I can't help re the Thomas Cook one but a few travel agencies in Goa offer this tour.
Here's a link to one company:
We've used them for the Mumbai tour (which was well organised) and a few other day trips.
It's run by an English couple and Eddie is in the ofice most days, if you drop him an email with any questions he'll reply, he's a nice guy.
We've always found that Tour Operator trips are much more expensive than those booked in resort.
I know some people ]have done this trip DIY - if you use the search facility, it should bring some threads up if you're interested in that.
Hi do it yourself you will not believe how much cheaper it and its not as hard or stressful as you think try that link to a company in delhi who will arange everything for you http://www.namasteindiatours.com/ they where really great and we did not have to pay till we reached delhi if you need anymore info PM me.Irishman
I have just been on that site and it is quoting me a more expensive price than thomas cook are??
Hi I take it you mean daytrippers that are expensive yes i thought so to but if you check namaste there golden triangle tour 5days 6nights works out at £308 for 2 people you can get a flight with kingfisher or spice jet for about £70 return each,namaste pick you up at the airport and you practically own the driver for the whole time you are there,great service and reliable,if you happen to book ask for your driver to be sanjay good driver fantastic guide who will cater for your every need.Irishman.
Thomas Cook is a large and reputed travel operator in India. If you post the names of the hotels and other inclusions, will let you know whether it is worth it and the category of hotels.
You can also visit Makemytrip.com which is another reputed online travel operator in India and compare rates.
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