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£709 -- 'Golden Triangle' Tour of India, Save £150*
£709 -- 'Golden Triangle' Tour of India, Save £150*

£709 -- 'Golden Triangle' Tour of India, Save £150*

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Travelpack has taken £150 off the price of a 6-night/7-day tour of India. This holiday is now £709 per person, including flights, transfers, accommodation and guided tours of some of the country's most famous sights.

This deal includes:

Return direct flights with Virgin Atlantic from Heathrow to Delhi
Three nights' B&B at the 3-star 1589 Manor Gurgaon, Delhi
Two nights' B&B at the 3-star The Palms, Jaipur
One night B&B at the 3-star Pushp Villa, Agra
Sightseeing tours of Delhi, Amber Fort (including an elephant ride) and the Taj Mahal
Transfers in a private, air-conditioned car
A representative will also be on hand to offer assistance on arrival and departure, as well as during check-in and check-out at all hotels featured in the tour.

The price is valid for travel 1 November-10 December. Book by 25 August.

Update 19/08/2010, 13:56: The offer is no longer available on 21 November.

Click here for more information on the tour and itinerary

travelzoo.com/uk/…29/

5 Comments

have you heard about package holiday companies spending beyond their means with the gamble of attracting more passengers?

I know one person who went on one of these 'once in a lifetime' package holidays -never again!

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OperateOnMe

have you heard about package holiday companies spending beyond their … have you heard about package holiday companies spending beyond their means with the gamble of attracting more passengers?I know one person who went on one of these 'once in a lifetime' package holidays -never again!



Obviously.
There's a clue in the term "Once in a lifetime"? loloO

Original Poster

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This seems like a very good price, but be aware that the driving times between these three cities is longer than you'd expect given the distances. For a 6-7 day break you'll be spending quite a bit of time in the air or on the road. If there's an option to extend for a few days I'd take it - mid range accommodation is pretty reasonable in Delhi and there's plenty to see and do there.

We were travelling with our kids and personally found train travel much easier, quicker and more pleasant than long car journeys in India.

Still, good deal - heat added.

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peterjmay

pap joke



No it's not.
It's spot on.
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