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Newmarket Holidays is offering £100 discount on India tours

Newmarket Holidays is offering a £100 per person saving as part of a ‘Discover India’ promotion, covering all new bookings made up until December 21.

Speaking about the Indian programme, the commercial director of the escorted tours specialist, said it comprises well-planned itineraries covering all the major sites, decent accommodation and a wide range of experiences brought to life by expert tour managers

 

“The recent introduction of the Small-Group Tours has seen the ‘experiential’ side of things brought even more to the fore, with home-stays, market-visits and cooking experiences all part of the mix,” added Sharman.

 

Holidays to India start from £1,199 per person (India – Tigers & the Taj Mahal – 10 days). Special departures to celebrate Diwali and Holi are available, and the operator also offers opportunities to extend holidays after the tours, with beach-stays in Goa or Marari Beach, Kerala.

Agents can save clients £100 per person on selected holidays on all bookings made by December 21 using the promotional code TAJMAHAL

 

Visit https://www.newmarketholidays.co.uk/india to find out more

 


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