Authentic India Tours

by Julia on May 23, 2018

Experience the true essence of South India

Spice up your day with the chance to win an Indian Spice Hamper from Authentic India Tours.

UK based travel company, Authentic India Tours, owned by the Compton Group is announcing the launch of its bespoke tours of South India by giving people the chance to win an Indian Spice Hamper and a recipe book that is packed with delicious, authentic Indian recipes.

As all traveller’s needs are unique, the different packages offered by Authentic India Tours give people the chance to see and experience the magnificent South India landscape the way they want to, safe in the knowledge that they are travelling with a team of highly experienced experts and an ABTA registered travel company.

Peter Ballard, Director of the Compton Group, said: “South India has grown in popularity in recent years and we’re excited to offer people the chance to escape the hustle and bustle and immerse themselves in the heritage and cultural sites of majestic South India. We’re offering a range of tailor made private and group tours in addition to our wellness experiences. Or, for the more energetic we’re offering people the chance to take in the sites and smells of Kerala on bike, with our organised cycling tours.  Our local experts are on hand 24/7 to ensure that people’s every need is taken of, ensuring they enjoy a stress-free break in the beautiful surroundings of South India.”

As well as many other tours, Authentic India Tours are now offering you the chance to experience the Onam Festival with 8 night tailor made trips starting at only £1165 per person.

To enter the competition all you have to do is head over to www.authenticindiatours.com/win-a-hamper/ and choose your favourite tour, and then go to their Facebook page www.facebook.com/authindiatours and let them know what it is by commenting on their competition post.

Authentic India Tours is an ABTA registered tour company specialising in private and group tours and wellness and adventures breaks in South India.

 

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