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How to sell a low-cost, flexible tour of India to solo travellers

Solo travel doesn’t have to mean self-booked. Here’s a great way for agents to book a safe, flexible and affordable tour of India for solo travellers.

With escorted group tours starting from as low as $1,429 (including flights), offering flexibility and a wealth of itineraries taking travellers to some of India and the Himalayas’ most revered ancient and contemporary attractions, Gate1 Travel has options aplenty for agents and solo travellers alike.

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Here are some highlights of Gate1 Travel’s India Escorted Tours:

First-class accommodation

Your clients can stay in comfort by night and tour India’s awesome attractions by day.

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Enjoy seven nights of first class accomodation on Gate1 Travel’s 9 Day Golden Triangle of India tour!

All meals included

Clients are able to start the day the right way with a guaranteed breakfast for every day of their tour.

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Clients can kick back and enjoy prime Indian cuisine with 18 meals included in the 12 Day Kaleidoscope of India tour.

Sightseeing per itinerary in modern, air-conditioned motor coach

Travellers can sit back, relax and soak in their surroundings without worrying about keeping cool.

Tour Bus at Tea Plantations in Munnar, India
Clients can enjoy complementary wireless headphones for enhanced tours on Gate1 Travel’s 16 Day Kaleidoscope of India with Nepal tour.

Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout

Your clients can get the most out of their experience with guides that speak fluent English.

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Travellers see the very best of India’s attractions on the 18 Day Classic India with Ranthambore & Nepal tour.

Comprehensive, guided sightseeing and entrance fees per itinerary

There’s no need for your clients to stress about paying for attractions – they’re all part of the price of their tour.

Young Woman Kayaking Through the Backwaters of Monroe Island
Clients can discover South India on a small group tour with Gate1 Travel’s 16 Day Spiritual Southern India.

Active itinerary with unique cultural features

Travellers can soak up the religious and mythological roots of India with a comprehensive guide, an itinerary that keeps them on their feet and a wealth of cultural experiences.

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Clients can explore some of the gems of the Himalayas on Gate1 Travel’s 18 Day Himalayan Kingdoms: Nepal & Bhutan tour.

Visas sorted for visits to Bhutan

With limited visits to Bhutan on offer per year, the last thing your client needs to worry about is getting a visa. Gate1 Travel has it sorted.

bhutan buildings early in the morning with mist
Travellers can take it slow and enjoy nearly a week in Bhutan on the 26 Day India, Nepal & Bhutan, Tradition & Majesty tour.

For more information on Gate1 Travel’s tours of India and the Himalayas, click here.

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