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Do you need a Trip Planner for a trip to India?



 
 
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Old July 12th, 2010, 01:34 PM posted to rec.travel.asia
Renato V.
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Default Do you need a Trip Planner for a trip to India?


"Rasia Sharma" ha scritto nel messaggio
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India is a very popular country among the travellers. Various Indian
destinations attract millions of domestic as well as international
travellers. There are countless things which attract the travellers.
It may be Indian-culture, heritage, diverse cultures, colourful
attires, vibrant people, art and craft, large number of languages and
dialects and lot more. Apart from these there are attractions such as
ancient and medieval architectural attractions such as old forts,
palaces, mansions, temples, churches and more. When it comes to
natural beauty, there is no place in the
world as diverse as is India. You can enjoy the beauty of mountains,
beaches, sea, backwaters, plains, rugged terrains, plains, plateaus,
deserts, dense jungles, colourful and diverse flora and fauna and more
at a single place called India. However, when you start dreaming of
visiting to any Indian destination, it seems a huge task to find
relevant information and get the perfect arrangements for your travel
to India. You can solve this problem by getting in touch of any of the
reputed Indian tour operators and India Travel agents.


That's not true at all and I can tell it for sure because of my bad
experience.

I had a trip to India in April this year traveling the south of the country
from Chennai to Cochin ,
I relied on GOC Holydaymaker in order to organize the trip and the result
was half a disaster.

Stay away from this indian tour operator in order to avoid waisting your
money and time

http://gocholidaymaker.com/

they are not professional people, they are hobbyist tour operator including
their italian rapresentative Silvana Condemi.

Regards
Renato Valterza
Turin, Italy






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Old July 15th, 2010, 08:49 AM
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What are the India essential travel highlights? For those who don't have much time, they just want to visit the key sites.
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Old July 15th, 2010, 06:03 PM posted to rec.travel.asia
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Default Do you need a Trip Planner for a trip to India?


"manh" wrote in message
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What are the India essential travel highlights? For those who don't have
much time, they just want to visit the key sites.


http://www.destinationindia.com/attracions.html

HTH

tim


 




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