Vacation India Reviews and Feedback from Real Travelers
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Rajasthan combines with Taj Mahal, Tiger, Khajuraho and Varanasi
Hello, Vikas! It is our pleasure to thank you immensely for taking the time and pain to plan this tour to Rajasthan, Agra, Khajuraho and Varanasi.
The hotels were top-class and most of them centrally located, and the experience of driver came into play as he drove us through the often traffic-ridden streets of India. The guides were very cautious and display professionalism to the fullest.
The No shopping policy particularly caught our attention and we really loved it.
The Taj Mahal, forts and palaces, camel and elephant rides, boat ride in Ganges, old Delhi chaos, and the ever smiling faces of the people, and not forgetting the wildlife in the Tiger Reserves, all this put together have surpassed our expectation. The friendliness portrayed by the people was phenomenal and seen everywhere.
You have demonstrated that a lot can be achieved in one day with your well-organized and detailed tour. The Holi festival in the quaint town of Mandawa blew us away and was one of the highlights of our journey, including the last day of rest in Udaipur in the magnificent hotel overlooking the lake – Hotel Karohi Haveli, which could probably be an insider tip.
25 Days South India + 1 Week Beach Vacation in Goa
We booked a 30 day trip of southern India with Vacation India through the internet. The director Vikas Agarwal was very helpful. We booked a car, driver and escort, which was Mr Argawal. When we arrived at Chennai Airport he and driver were waiting for us. The trip was very well planned and organised. We booked an economic trip with 3* hotels which were very good, once we had a bridal suite. It was quite hot, but with airconditioned car and hotel rooms it was OK. There was always plenty of drinking water in the car. We went down the east coast to the tip, then the highlands to Munar, tea growing, Ooty (coffee), Bandipur national park, unfortunately we didn’t see a tiger, you got to be lucky. We visited several heritage listed temples and finished in Goa, which is a popular tourist destination. The tour was very good and interesting and would recommend it to anyone. I am 76 and the wife 78 and the tour wasn’t strenuous. We congratulate Mr Aggarwal for the success.
Golden Triangle Tour
Hello Vikas, I wanted to thank you for the excellent services I enjoyed during my stay in India. It was a wonderful and excellent trip. I have no doubt that if I would return to India, I would contact with you to organize it. Visiting other places, of course. Being through Rajasthan has been a great experience. I would recommend that no one misses the light and sound show in the Red Fort of Agra. And the visit to Abhaneri Stepwell on the way to Jaipur and Bangla Sahib Sikh temple and National Museum in Delhi (they are rarely included in trips to India) are certainly something that should not be missed. Thanks for including and recommending such beautiful off the beat sites. Old Delhi was also a very positive experience, despite the city chaos. I have no doubt that the next time I visit India and want to plan a trip I will be in touch with you. But India is so big and lovely and I am sure there are so many other places to discover. As promised, I will definitely recommend your company (vacationindia.com) to my friends planning to India!
10 Days Taj Mahal, Tiger, Temples, Birds, Murals, Forts & Palaces and Rural Rajasthan
I told my husband a long time ago that I wanted to visit India sometime in my life. And he remembered that so when I turned 50 he surprised me with a trip to India. He picked out the Golden Triangle with Tigers tour because I am a big animal lover and he wanted me to not only enjoy the Indian countryside and sites, but knew I’d enjoy seeing some of its native wildlife.
I had never heard of the Golden Triangle, but it sure lived up to its name. We arrived in Delhi (our hotel was superb! Lushly furnished and it had full room service.) and settled in for a great dinner of local cuisine. The next day we had a chance to tour Delhi and visit some of the world’s most famous sites! The next day we went to Agra where we visited the Taj Mahal. People were happy to explain the history of the site. No wonder it’s one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
The most exciting part of our trip though was arriving at Ranthambore. That’s where the Indian tigers live at the Wildlife National Park. We had a chance to travel through the jungle with a naturalist who helped us find the tigers hidden in the jungle. What gorgeous animals they are! We probably shot off over 100 photographs to take home and share with family and friends.
It was nice to visit Jaipur – the “Pink City” – and stay overnight in our comfortable hotel. We had the chance to tour Jaipur before heading back to Delhi. Everyone we met along our journey was so helpful, and friendly. I left home with a new look at India and the people who live there. Thank you for helping us arrange a very fun trip! We felt safe and welcomed the entire time thanks to our driver, tour director and everyone we met at hotels and sites we visited.
8 Days Golden Triangle Tour India
Thank you Vacation India for your fabulous service, and help in arranging a memorable trip to India for my family. I wanted to take my kids someplace different where they could learn some history, see a different part of the world, and have fun too. We didn’t have a long time for a trip, so your representative recommended the Golden Triangle Tour because it would be 7 days long, and let us see some of India’s ancient monuments and colonial and modern cultural sites.
What made our arrival so fun was we were not only greeted at the airport, but we had a welcome party too! How fun for our kids that had never traveled overseas before. Then off to our hotel and our first stop was Delhi. We were amazed at the beautiful ancient and modern architectures. We didn’t realize we would see so many people even though the city is large. The next day we enjoyed a drive through the countryside to Agra. When we saw the Taj Mahal it was better than looking at the picture in a magazine. We had time the next day to visit more of Agra’s ancient sites before driving to Jaipur. If you didn’t know about Jaipur, be ready for a sea of pink (buildings). Wow! In every city, our hotels were comfortable and anything we asked for or about, someone was always happy to help us.
We had a fun time. It was relaxing. And we always felt safe and welcomed. The people are so friendly, and since we have a Texas accent, we got a lot of questions about cowboys and horses! We couldn’t have arranged or planned such a fun and memorable trip on our own. We’ll use Vacation India again for our next family trip.