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Inspiring India

Posted on Tue, 07/19/2011 - 10:34 by cariat

.... I was in India four decades ago and traveled by air from Burma to Calcutta, by train to Patna, air to Kathmandu and back, train onto Benares, Delhi, Agra,(Taj Mahal by Full Moonlight!)  Jaipur, Udaipur and Bombay...and then boarded a ship to Port Said, Egypt. Three weeks in an  AMAZING land - part of a sixteen-month trip around the world!
Poverty is excruciating, culture overflowing with richness, spirituality on multiple levels from various concepts of a Single Source, embues their daily life. The color, scents, tradition, etc. all create an  enormous kaleidoscope of Life. The country is huge, its population more so....the mountains are  high and glorious, the plains vast and flat as a piece of paper: from browns to greens to muddy waters and lazy beasts roaming it all. The emotional space in which these people need to keep themselves just to get through a day must be almost holy to endure what the majority of them do. If you can, see "City of Joy" with Patrick Swayze....India without the smells.....!

Photo Website of My Trip to India with Easy Tours in 2009

Posted on Sat, 11/27/2010 - 23:56 by Sharon Hallgrimson

Rather than download numerous pictures, I'm inviting Easy Tour alumni and potential travelers to view an extensive photo web-site that I constructed when I returned from India in 2009.  To enter the web-site, go to http://imagesofindia2009.shutterfly.com/, and input sharon as the password to enter the site.  I included commentary, and I encourage visitors to look at all the categories detailed at the top of the site.  There are many additional categories under the tab "Other" as well.

I hope you enjoy viewing the photo slide-shows as much as I enjoyed putting this memory together.  An incredible trip that was possible with the expertise of Easy Tours of India. 


Sharon Hallgrimson

Easy Tours of India launches the E-Village!

Posted on Fri, 11/26/2010 - 18:53 by easytours

Easy Tours of India launches the eVillage!

November 26, 2010 Easy Tours of India launches the E-Village!

Luxury Small Group Tour combining the best of India and Dubai

Posted on Fri, 11/26/2010 - 12:45 by admin

Asia's Premier Travel Facilitator has introduced a unique package that includes the world's finest lodging at hotels such as the Oberoi Resorts and Taj Palaces, as well as convenient round-trip international travel on Emirates, one of the world’s finest Airlines.

The tour includes non-stop flights to Dubai departing from Los Angeles, New York, Houston or San Francisco. India is just a luxurious 3 hour hop after a brief stopover in Dubai. Add-on’s are available from other US cities, as are Business and First Class upgrades.
 This Escorted 16 day experience starts with a two week tour of the premier destinations of India before heading to Dubai. Besides the amazing places that you will visit, this itinerary includes exclusive experiences such as meals with famous chefs, fine dining at venues such as the Burj Al Arab, a desert safari, the viewing platform at the world’s tallest building, elephant and camel back excursions and much more. The complete itinerary can be found at http://www.easytoursofindia.com/tours/16dayindiadubai/opulent.htm

It is Easy Tours’ goal to offer our clients unique, unsurpassed luxury travel experiences.” Sunil Trehan - President, Easy Tours of India. The unveiling of Easy Tours' India and Dubai Package comes just months after they expanded their First Visit Collection to over 50 itineraries and 280 guaranteed small group departure dates every year. To learn more about this amazing tour, visit http://www.easytoursofindia.com/tours/16dayindiadubai/opulent.htm

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5 Dishes that will make India a top destination for foodies in 2010.

Posted on Fri, 11/26/2010 - 12:45 by admin

Top luxury tour operator for India, Easy Tours of India, predicts a surge in culinary tours to India from the U.S. for 2010.

The Taj Mahal, Red Fort, and tandoori chicken? Tours of India are widely known for showcasing the country's amazing world heritage sites and now luxury tours of India are becoming a favorite for foodies as well. The rapidly increasing availability and popularity of Indian cuisine in the U.S. over the last decade has sparked an interest in culinary tours of India.
India provides culinary choices that are diverse as the country is large. Culinary tours of India showcase cooking styles that vary greatly depending on region and religion. Indian food can be spicy or mild, sweet and sour or subtle, vegetarian or meat and fish. Below are five dishes that tour managers at Easy Tours of India recommend you not miss during any culinary tour of India.

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