Thomas Cook India, India’s leading integrated travel services firm, and its Group Company, SOTC Travel Ltd., launched the India Holiday Festival-inviting Indians to explore and discover their own country. Extending from January 20 to 31, 2021, the package provides an exceptional variety of holiday options along with the One Plus One Offer. Incredible India provides a fascinating choice and variety of locations and interactions that are comparable to or overshadow the best in the world.
Thomas Cook India and SOTC’s India Holiday Festival provide an exciting assortment to begin their holiday planning: Kashmir-Asia’s largest tulip garden-with rows of multi-hued tulips to make Holland envious; Shimla’s natural sights with relaxing hiking in the crisp mountain air; Gulmarg’s snow-capped wonderland or Coorg, Munnar and Coonoor’s rolling hills that will keep Switzerland in check; Kerala’s languid backwaters set against the lush green of God’s land to match either of Venice’s canals; India’s favorite beach getaway of Goa or the blue waters, the pristine sands and the thrilling water sports of Andamans that hold their own against Phuket.
India’s secret jewels include the Grand Canyon of India – the Gandikota Hills in Andhra Pradesh, the Magnetic Hill in Ladakh, the Chenab Bridge, the world’s tallest rail bridge, the world’s largest sundial in Jaipur, Varanasi – the world’s oldest living area, the floating post office of Dal Lake, the Lonar Lake and the celestial wonder – built by a meteor, awe-inspiring Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya, and much more. India’s options for health and rejuvenation are abundant: Kerala’s Ayurveda, Himalayan yoga, and Tibetan medicinal therapy in Uttarakhand.
India has become a favorite holiday destination and Indians are keen to enjoy the wonders of the world. India’s Holiday Festival brings special packages with exclusive offbeat experiences. From captivating animals to stunning golden beaches, outdoor activities, and holy vacations, these getaways give consumers conservation and quality time in scenic environments.