Newmarket Holidays is predicting a surge in India tour bookings following the return of the nation’s e-Tourist Visas for British residents. Prior to the pandemic India was a top-selling vacation spot for the escorted tour specialist, however the software course of for e-Tourist Visas for British residents was paused in March 2020, after which changed by in-person appointments that led to lengthy delays in processing purposes.
Richard Harrington, Newmarket Holidays Destination Manager – US, Canada & Asia cheered the change: “It’s great news that the e-Tourist Visa has returned. It’s a far simpler, faster and much cheaper option for customers travelling to this much-loved destination.”
Newmarket Holidays provides 9 escorted excursions and has 60 accessible departure dates for India in 2023 and 2024, with all guided group journeys together with hand-picked lodging, escorted excursions and actions that take travellers past the guidebooks, meals, transfers and return flights.
Three of their hottest India excursions embody:
India – Tigers & the Taj Mahal, a bestseller that’s the good introduction to one of many world’s most fascinating and alluring locations. It visits the Golden Triangle of spectacular northern cities, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and unimaginable websites that embody the Taj Mahal at daybreak, the Palace of the Winds and the traditional Amber and Red Forts, earlier than looking for tigers within the jungle of Ranthambhore.
India’s Rajasthan – Palace and Fort, a small-group tour that features stays in a few of Northern India’s best heritage resorts and is filled with memorable experiences, together with the Gatimaan Express, Agra, Jaipur, and distant Bikaner, a cruise on the Ras Niwas Palace Boat alongside the Chambal River, the astonishing Jain temples in Ranakpur and the monumental Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur.
Kerala & India’s Beautiful South, explores an idyllic land of historical ports, labyrinthine backwaters and forested uplands dotted with temples and tea plantations. Highlights embody a narrow-gauge rail journey by the Nilgiri Mountains, the traditional seaport of Kochi, and French-influenced Pondicherry, the place there’s a Hôtel de Ville and beret-wearing gendarmes.