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Cox & Kings launches its 2020 programme for India & Beyond

Cox & Kings has launched its 2020 programme for India & Beyond, featuring value and small group tours and tailor-made ideas.

The expanded collection includes new experiences that showcase the different destinations, as well as one new escorted tour to Kerala and many new ideas for private travel.

'Splendours of Kerala' is a new group tour designed exclusively for solo travellers and takes in every aspect of the laidback southern Indian state of Kerala. Guests will ge to tour Fort Kochi by tuk-tuk, learn how to cook Kerala cuisine, spot wildlife in Periyar National Park and cruise the backwaters. The ten-day /eight-night tour is priced from £2,595 per person.

New private travel ideas includes 'Grand Tour of Northern India'. It encompasses the holy city of Varanasi, the Taj Mahal, Jodhpur's blue-washed houses, and the beautiful lakes and palaces of Udaipur. Guests will also go in search of the Royal Bengal tiger in Panna National Park, a reserve known for its increased number of tiger sightings. The 16-day /14-night private tour is priced from £2,795 per person.

'Taj & Tigers Family Adventure' is takes guests to the nation's most celebrated sights and seeking out tigers in Ranthambore National Park. The trip includes excursions to the cities of Delhi and Jaipur, a rural bicycle ride through Udaipur, a visit to a wildlife sanctuary caring for rescued dancing bears and a cookery lesson in a local home in Delhi. The 16-day /14-night private tour is priced from £3,365 per person.

'Bhutan in Style' is also a new trip that takes guests through the remote hidden kingdom of Bhutan while staying in five-star accommodation (Amankora Thimphu, Punakha and Paro). On this tour, guests can completely immerse themselves in the local way of life, whilst enjoying the scenery and monasteries. The trip also includes a wealth of walks through rhododendron forests, rice fields, local villages and valleys surrounded by Himalayan peaks. The 11-day /eight-night private tour is priced from £8,595 per person (includes all meals).

All prices are based on two sharing and include international flights, transfers, excursions, the services of an English-speaking tour guide and Bed & Breakfast accommodation with some other meals unless specified otherwise.

For the full programme, go to www.coxandkings.co.uk/destinations/indian-subcontinent


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