Insight Vacations Launches Luxurious Itineraries in India

Insight Vacations has rolled out 12 luxurious itineraries in India under their India program. Two of the itineraries for luxury vacations are part of their luxury Gold Series. Splendors of the Taj & Tiger is an 11 day package where as the Imperial Treasures of India is a 12 day itinerary. 

They are part of the Insight Gold tours and provides the ultimate luxury experience. The guests get to stay at historic palaces, exotic resorts and many leading luxury hotels such as The Leela Palace, the award-winning Oberoi Hotels, The Imperial Hotel and historic Palaces of Taj Hotels.

Marc Kazlauskas, President of Insight Vacations is very upbeat about India as a captivating destination. India is a diverse and culturally rich region of the world. Insight has designed itineraries that brings the colorful region to life. Mr. Kazlauskas is confident that what they are offering to the travelers is a trip of a lifetime. 

The accommodations are some of the best in the world and the level of service is one of the highest in the industry. They are the masters of luxury travel and the packages they have designed are the most luxurious you can find any where. Many of the meals and sightseeing is included in the packages that enhances the value of an Insight Vacation.

The 11 days Spendors of Taj & Tiger goes beyond the beaten track of palaces, pavilions and painted elephants. You get the real feel of Old Delhi and visit the house where Mahatma Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life. The hotel in Agra is situated just 600 meters from the Taj Mahal. 

Three game safaris are also part of the package. The experience of looking for the Royal Bengal Tiger in an open canter truck is beyond words. Similarly the 12 day Imperial Treasures of India provides the experience of royal luxury, style and elegance. The hotels include traditional palaces in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and classic, contemporary, spacious properties in Delhi and Mumbai.

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