Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Who Needs A Vacation?




Just wanted to share with you guys a press release that I received today about an awesome vacation opportunity. 

While this amazing opportunity is WELL out of our price range, (hell, we have never even stayed in a hotel since we had kids!) I can sure dream, and this looks like an incredible experience!


Indus Travels Satisfies “Neo-Frugal Travelers” With
New Luxury Maharaja Tour to India - Includes Free Airfare!
Richmond, Canada, February 15, 2011 – Premier India tours company Indus Travels is bound to satisfy any “neo-frugal traveler” with their new, 15 day, luxury “Maharaja India Tour,” which includes free international airfare from the U.S. or Canada for all bookings made by March 31, 2011. Travelers will see all the incredible highlights of India from $4,875 per person including airfare valued at around $1,500 per person.
Indus Travels’ newest offering is “just what the accountant ordered.”  Travelers today are focused on getting maximum value for money and brag about how much they save, not spend, on their high-end excursions, according to TravelMole, a highly respected online travel news outlet.
The “Maharaja Tour” offers fantastic big bang-for-the-buck and a fascinating insight into Magical India, as called by the Indian Ministry of Tourism, an organization which in 2010 named Indus Travels the best tour company to India from the Americas for the third time.
On the trip, where style and comfort are paramount, travelers will have the opportunity to soak up India’s most alluring and enticing sights along the way. From the mysticism of Varanasi and the majesty of the Taj Mahal to the palaces of Rajasthan, travelers will immerse themselves in the local culture by day and enjoy such luxurious accommodations as the deluxe Oberoi properties by night.
Highlights of the trip include an elephant ride at Amber Fort & Palace, which served as the backdrop for the Mira Nair movie "Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love," a morning boat ride on the Ganges, a safari in Ranthambore National Park, which boasts one of the country's largest tiger populations and an impressive array of other animal and bird life, as well as the experience of an evening ceremony on the Ganges in Varanasi.
Indus Travels has scheduled five departures for small groups of up to 16 travelers from April 2011 until January 2012, for travelers keen to explore the mysticism and diversity of this fascinating destination on luxury tours to India par excellence.
About Indus Travels
Indus Travels’ forte is tours to India, from budget to deluxe, where they provide the most in-depth services of any North American tour company. The company that was established in India in 1990 and opened an office in Richmond, Canada, in 2001, maintains a large staff in New Delhi to handle all ground operations. Indus Travels also specializes in tours to other Asian destinations such as Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan, and offers both custom tours and small group trips.
For more information, visit www.industravels.ca or call (866) 978-2997.

disclosure: I was not compensated in any way for this post. I simply think it is an amazing opportunity!

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