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On the Go Tours Launches Their India Brochure

June 23, 2017 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

On The Go Tours, an award-winning tour operator specialising in locally-led group tours and tailor-made holidays to worldwide destinations, has launched their new India brochure for 2017-2018 departures.

On The Go Tours has recently added seven new tours to their Indian subcontinent offering, as well as evolving several existing tours with new locations and experiences.

Travellers can now choose from over 70 tours in India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, ranging from festival tours in Bhutan to safari adventures in Sri Lanka or active cycling journeys through India.

On The Go Tours has altered the itineraries of eight existing tours, such as Taj Express, to exchange the city of Alsisar for the ancient city of Karauli. In keeping with On The Go Tours’ ethos to offer unique and authentic experiences, the change reflects an amazing opportunity for travellers to stay in the recently opened stately palace, Bhanwar Vilas. Guests can explore this extraordinary palace at their own pace or in the company or a very special resident, the Princess of Lucknow. The Princess lives at the palace along with the Maharaja, Maharani and family, and she also restored the nearby Karauli City Palace which is closed to the general public.

The Karauli City Palace rivals Jaipur in its striking and glorious architecture, just on a slightly smaller scale, and the gates are unlocked to On The Go Tours’ guests by the royal family. Guests can then roam freely around the guest quarters, reception halls, harem, temples, accommodation wings, kitchen, banquet halls and reception rooms, which is a very rare privilege.

For guests on Delhi tours that encompass a Saturday morning, they will now have the option of an early morning cycling tour of old-Delhi. This fascinating two wheeled excursion shows a different side to Delhi and uncovers hidden gems before the hustle and bustle of the day begins.

The Indian Subcontinent tours range from day trips and city breaks to 18 day journeys, and are suitable for all types of travellers from solo travellers (no sharing and no single supplement on select departures) to families.

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