When it comes to planning for a luxury holiday, you can
never be too sure. That holds especially true if you’re traveling abroad. Read on for tips on how to plan your luxury travel in India.
|How to Plan your Luxury Travel in India|
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The case deepens if the destination in question happens to
be India. Now if you are worried, you should check out the top 10 reasons to visit India
Yes, luxury vacations in India can get tedious if not
planned thoroughly and one requires the managerial acumen like that of Sheldon
Cooper to successfully map luxury tours to India.
We will still brief you the little Do’s and Don’ts of
planning luxury vacations in India
Start with the bare basics. No amount of research is enough
when scouting for that perfect Indian tour operator
Do not fall for sugar coated promises, do not fall for fake
online reviews by shady, made up names like Sam Jackson Brad Sean, do not share
personal details – whatever you do, do not send any advance payments until
is a big market travel wise. There is no
dearth of vendors and if lucky (read persistent) you may land up an
unbelievably profitable deal. A number of travel companies may try to convince
you to make a part payment so that they may bag you the “Best Deal’.
Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Having arrived in India, insist on employing only registered vendors.
Ask your travel agent to send you scanned PDFs of the
certifications of each vendor – the cab service, the caterer, independent spas,
There is a high chance he may not be able to send you the
same; but at least he’ll know you mean business and are fussy about the quality
of service rendered.
Since this is a luxury tour we’re talking about, do not
throw a fit if you have to shell out a few bucks extra to get things done in
Here, a $2 “bakshish”
(financial token of gratitude or appreciation) goes a long way and may even
save the day for you.
And if you're planning a trip to India, you might want to check out these posts previously posted on this blog: