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The Grand Indian Route

Ludhiana, India
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About The Grand Indian Route
The Grand Indian Route /TGIR is an Inbound Tour Operator arranging the trips to India. We are a team of small group "Affordable Luxury Travel" specialists, providing a tailored travel service for discerning clients to a wide range of Luxury trips to India within the desired budget & interest. India is a mine of surprises and we bring our travelers to this land of Gods where every village, town or city drips with abundant culture and richer heritage. From bamboo huts to urban skyscrapers and from luxury hotels to camping under the stars, we customize your travel to get your “India Travel” etched into your client's memories for a lifetime. Whatever you need when it comes to traveling India, we recommend that you point your mouse towards The Grand Indian Route. All we need is a chance to prove our worth.
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Viajero wrote a review 18 Sep
Sopelana, Spain17 contributions4 helpful votes
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It has been a great success to hire our tour of Rajasthan with The Grand Indian Router. From the first contact, the negotiation and definition of the trip have been clear and concise, and the quality of the service exceeded our expectations. The vehicle was always clean and in good condition, and the driver very professional. We would certainly repeat. Thanks to our driver Divakar and our trip manager Karan.
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Date of experience: September 2022
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Response from 9karanj, Owner at The Grand Indian Route
Responded 6 days ago
Dear Iker and Noelina, Thank you so much for such a positive reply. Kind regards, Team TGIR
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Ankit wrote a review 7 Sep
Punjab, India1 contribution
Earlier this year, I skydived in Pokhara with a breathtaking view of the Himalayas. This experience was organized by The Grand Indian Route. It was flawless from start to finish! A big thank you goes to this company for organizing this event so well. They provided us with excellent service from the moment we landed in Kathmandu. Upon arrival at the airport, we were picked up, driven to the hotel, and their staff was always available to assist us with anything we needed. Even the restaurants where we ate were excellent! We had an amazing skydiving experience, and the mountain view was breathtaking. There's no better view than jumping with such a view. I highly recommend everyone to do it at least once. Having a team of experienced instructors, made the sky diving process great. The experience was amazing and unforgettable, thanks to The Grand Indian Route and I would highly recommend The Grand Indian Route for your visit to Nepal
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Date of experience: September 2022
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Oliver Manuela wrote a review 4 Sep
New York City, New York1 contribution
The Grand Indian Route helped us plan our trip to Rajasthan and we had a wonderful experience. So far we have booked almost everything with TGIR and they have arranged everything for us at an extremely competitive price. We were very pleased with the driver's politeness and knowledge, as well as his willingness to listen to what we wanted. We requested 5-star hotels, and all of the hotels in Rajasthan were 5-star hotels, surpassing our expectations. The desert camp at Jaisalmer was also excellent. As we really wanted to do some adventure activities, the team arranged some for us. In general, we enjoyed elephant activities the most. Our trip was also guided by an excellent guide. In addition to taking photos for us, he explained almost everything to us. It could be said that he was the Indian Wikipedia. As part of our 10-day trip, we visited the Taj Mahal, traveled to Rajasthan, Jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi, and Agra, and explored offbeat locations like Rusirani village and the Desert Camp at Jaisalmer. Definitely worth recommending. We appreciate you making our journey memorable once again
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Date of experience: August 2022
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carlos patterson wrote a review 1 Sep
New York City, New York1 contribution
Having never been to India before, we were looking for some information about the place. In the end, we decided to book the Rajasthan tour with The Grand Indian Route because of all the excellent reviews we had read. Although we had looked at other tours, the trip was quite long and we did not have a lot of time to spend on it. Our first contact with The Grand Indian Route was very positive. They offered us some options that looked very attractive, and we were very impressed by the skeleton itinerary sent by Karan. In the end, we decided the golden triangle was the right choice for our trip. This included Jaipur, Pushkar, Jodpur, Udaipur, and Delhi, as well as the desert camp and Taj Mahal. It was absolutely perfect. There were no problems with the arrangements, and the hotels and visits were exactly as described. Our driver met us at the airport and was so kind and knowledgeable. We requested a 5-star category hotel with Karan and what he provided was excellent. We met our personal tour guide the next day, who was with us throughout the trip. We even met his family in Jaipur during our trip, which was not included in our itinerary. Thanks to Vijendra for that. Overall, it was a great experience. We had an unforgettable trip to India. I would definitely recommend this trip to anyone! It was amazing!
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Date of experience: August 2022
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Shashikant S wrote a review Aug 2022
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We are just returning from 15 days in India, including Rajasthan and Kerala, and wanted to share our experiences. Over the course of 9 days, we visited Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ranakpur, and Udaipur, then flew to Kochi and visited Munnar, Kumarakom, Allepey houseboat, and Marari beach. For the trip, (The Grand Indian Route) provided the car and driver Kerala was on our minds, but we weren't sure whether to include it or keep it for another trip. It was suggested to us by many people that we spend more time in Rajasthan because we were trying to do too much. We are a couple in our 30s who have traveled extensively, usually independently. We like to be busy on holiday, so in the end, we went to both regions, and we are so glad we did. They were so different it was like going to 2 countries! It was amazing to see all the forts, palaces, and temples in Rajasthan. There was a kind of sensory overload that has to be experienced in person to truly appreciate - the hustle and bustle, the smells, colors, and noise. As we had been to Asia before, we were prepared for what we would experience in India if we went straight there. Yes, there are cows, dogs, camels, elephants, people, cars, and rickshaws everywhere, but this just makes the journeys more interesting. The people were very friendly, smiling and waving, wanting to take our photo as much as we wanted to take theirs. After visiting the classic Golden Triangle, we were glad we opted to visit Jodhpur and Udaipur as these cities were very different. Although the sites in Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur were great, the cities were just so busy and people often pestered us to buy things, whereas in Jodhpur we sat on rooftops and wandered the markets with no hassle at all. A stay in Ranakpur was a welcome rural retreat and allowed us to relax a bit and see more of the rural way of life. Udaipur was great to hang out on a rooftop and look at the lake. Towards the end of the 9 days, we felt we had seen a lot and, to be honest, I think we were probably a bit "palaced out" by the time we got to Udaipur, so it felt like the perfect time to head South. So then off to Kerala - totally different, lush green palm trees everywhere. The pace here seemed more relaxed, less chaotic, and the standard of living higher. A stay in Munnar with its zillions of tea plantations offered amazing scenery; A night by Vembanad lake, a houseboat stay, and a time at the beach offered opportunities to relax and watch the local life pass by. The standard of all hotels was very good, and the food was no problem (even for 2 fussy eaters). We ate mainly in hotels or decent restaurants which all had a good choice, and we didn't get any upset stomachs. Having a driver allowed us to see so much in this short time. We really can't say which bit we preferred, they were so different. We enjoyed the amazing historical sites and chaotic atmosphere of Rajasthan, just never knowing what we would see, smell or hear next! And the relaxation and scenery of Kerala allowed us to unwind a bit at the end of a busy trip. Throughout the tour, I was blown away by everything! The Grand Indian Route is definitely worth considering and I'd love to travel with them again in the near future.
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Date of experience: July 2022
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