Southern Travels launches Durga Puja holiday packages to avoid last-minute rush
Southern Travels, one of India’s leading travel agencies, has announced the launch of its special holiday packages for Durga Puja, the much-awaited festival of the Bengali community. Now, with its new holiday packages across the globe, the company eyes further bolster its presence in the region and provide the globetrotters with the refreshing yet affordable travel experience. The Durga Puja holiday packages include a range of options for travellers to choose from, including accommodation, transport, and sightseeing tours. The packages cater to travellers of all budgets, with options ranging from budget-friendly to luxurious.
“The new holiday packages by Southern Travels are primarily designed to attract families, couples and friends, who seek a relaxing vacation and a comforting trip to exotic locations. Our utmost commitment towards customer satisfaction and exceptional service will be reflected in our offerings at our Kolkata branches. With this, we look forward to serve more travel enthusiasts from Bengal – one of the largest travelling communities.” said Alapati Krishna Mohan, MD, Southern Travels.
The Durga Puja packages feature thrilling activities such as wild safari, game drives, and camping in South Africa and Kenya, as well as water sports in Australia. These packages include meals that mostly consist of Indian cuisine at the destinations. The prices for the fixed packages are competitive, and Southern Travels also provides the option to customize packages to the same destinations, which may incur different costs.
Moreover, to make holiday packages more affordable, Southern Travels is offering a discount of up to ₹15,000 until May 31, 2023.
The company has been enhancing the travel experience of people from South India and now the brand is further expanding its wings to various other part of the country. Southern Travels has also been a popular choice for domestic tourism, with destinations including Chardham, Varanasi, Vaishno Devi, Goa, Kerala, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Darjeeling and Kashmir.