The show, set mainly in Indian capital Delhi, debuted on Sunday evening (23 June), and Indus believes it is likely to generate “a surge in interest in holidays to India”.
Indus says it is able to assist agents with tailor-made itineraries throughout the country, leaning on its near 25 years’ experience as an India specialist operator and its “extensive portfolio” in the region, which includes a range of small group tours and access to expert local guides.
Other locations featured in the show include Chimu Palace in Jaipur, Unesco World Heritage site Amber Fort and the iconic Taj Mahal.
Its seven-night Classical Golden Triangle tour, taking in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, leads in from £1,398pp based on two sharing, with return flights, transfers, B&B accommodation and all excursions.
Indus also offers an extended 15-night Golden Triangle and Rajasthan tour from £2,100pp.
The operator says it can also assist agents with extensions to Kerala, Goa, Amritsar and Nepal.
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