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IRCTC launches “Awesome Bali” package from Lucknow

IRCTC, the tourism wing of the Indian Railways, has announced an “Awesome Bali” package for a five-night, six-day tour from Lucknow. The tour, provided by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), will commence on August 11. The package offers sightseeing of major tourist attractions in Bali, including the Kintamani Tour, Ubud Village, Tanah Lot Temple Tour, and a cruise, among others. According to IRCTC, the all-inclusive meal package has a limited capacity of 35 people.

The itinerary for the five-night, six-day package includes visits to Ulwata Temple, Kintamani Village, Ubud Coffee Plantation, Ubud Royal Palace, Ubud Traditional Art Market, Bali Safari & Marine Park with Jungle Hopper Pass, Tanjung Benoa Beach, Turtle Conservation Island, and Tanah Lot for the Sunset Tour.

The package price starts at INR 92,000. The cost for double and triple occupancy is INR 92,700 per person, while single occupancy is priced at ₹1,01,400 per person. For children aged 5-11 years with an extra bed, the price is INR 88,000, and for children aged 2-11 years without an extra bed, the cost is ₹82,550. Infant charges (for air tickets only) will be applicable for children below 2 years, and it needs to be paid directly at the airline counter during check-in. The package price includes a 5% TCS (Tax Collected at Source) amount, which will be deposited in the client’s income tax account.

In addition to the package from Lucknow, the IRCTC tourism department has also introduced Bali packages from Delhi and Kolkata on September 10 and October 31, respectively. The package price for Delhi starts at INR 92,500 for double and triple occupancy, and INR 99,005 for single occupancy. The Kolkata package is priced at INR 82,000 for double and triple sharing, and INR 93,000 for single sharing.


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