Coincidentally, this week’s week road and rail wrap was written by our editor whilst on his morning bus commute.
International Rail offers free day on BritRail passes
Australian-owned rail travel experts International Rail is offering a free travel day on selected BritRail passes for agents to pass onto their clients until 21 July 2019.
The bonus is available on BritRail, BritRail England, BritRail London Plus and BritRail South West Passes in either first or second class.
The BritRail Flexi Pass is now available for four travel days plus a bonus day (five in total) in one month from only $411 per adult in second class.
Agents can purchase BritRail products by visiting the International Rail website or by emailing email@example.com.
Dragoman Overland returns to Pakistan
Overlanding specialist Dragoman is returning to Pakistan in June of 2020 and have just released its tour for sale.
Their inaugural journey back to Pakistan is called ‘Pakistan Discovery’ and is a 15-day adventure through this incredible landscape. Travelling between Lahore to Islamabad, this incredible journey is priced from $3,700 per person.
Dragoman reservation team can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 1800 951 060, and brochures can be ordered from TIFS.
Extreme Bike Tours slashes rates for Bhutan adventure
Extreme Bike Tours has shaved $US1,000 off rates for its 15-day Bhutan adventure tour in 2020, and is also offering a further 10 per cent discount for riders who book in a group of four or more.
There is no deadline on these special offers, which will appeal to the more than one million Australians who ride motorbikes.
Located on the ancient Silk Road, filled with monasteries and ancient forts, Bhutan’s Himalayan landscape offers a diverse range of picturesque views from sub-tropical plains and primeval forests to towering snow-capped mountains.
Extreme Bike Tours is offering the unique thrill of exploring this country on the back of a Royal Enfield Classic motorcycle.
The 15-day, personalised small group tour begins in Delhi, India, on 11 April 2020, before a flight to Bagdogra in the Indian state of West Bengal.
The motorbike tour through the mysterious Buddhist kingdom once shut off from the world begins in the border town of Phuentsoling.