Incredible Indian Tours on TOFTigers

31 December 2016

TOFTigers newest member is Incredible Indian Tours, set up in 2006 by non-nationals who now call India home. The company operates small group tours across India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Burma. It uses local transportation for an immersive experience, visiting the must-sees as well as the hidden treasures that larger tour groups miss out on. A foreign tour escort and local guides and contacts ensure hassle-free travel. Individualised itineraries or special interest tours are also organised. Incredible Indian Tours also sets aside a percentage of profits for conservation and development activities. So, if you want to go rhino or elephant spotting in a wildlife sanctuary in Nepal, search for the best chai in India, or enjoy one of the best beaches in Sri Lanka, visit their TOFTigers webpage or contact Debbie Kindness, debbie@incredibleindiatours.com +91 95490 02876

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