India Travel Agencies Savannah GA

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Club at Savannah Harbor
(912) 201-2240
Savannah, GA
 
Edgewood Travel
(912) 351-0570
Savannah, GA
 
Summit Cruise & Travel Store
(912) 961-0979
Savannah, GA
 
American Express Travel
(912) 966-2304
Savannah, GA
 
Williamsburg Travel Management - American Express
(912) 966-2304
49 Ida J. Gadsden Drive
Savannah, GA
Services
Annual Travel Benefit,NO FINANCIAL SERVICES

There & Back Again Travel
(912) 920-8222
Savannah, GA
 
Dixon Singleton
(912) 233-5656
35 E Broad St
Savannah, GA
Agency
There and Back Again Travel, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.thereandbackagain.com

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Dream Cruises Unlimited Inc.
(912) 921-1301
Savannah, GA
 
Diamond Casino
(912) 897-3005
Savannah, GA
 
Rhonda Jackson
(609) 674-3777
24 Boy Scout Court
Augusta, GA
Agency
Global Travel Intl
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Destinations
Caribbean, India, Latin America & Mexico, U.S. - Alaska, U.S. - Florida, U.S. - Las Vegas, U.S. - Northeast, U.S. - Southeast, U.S. - West
Specialities
Adventure Travel, All Inclusive, Art & Culture / Music, Beach Vacations, Business Travel, Educational, Golf & Tennis, Luxury Travel, Minority-African American, Minority-Asian, Minority-Hispanic, National Parks, Safari, Singles, Women's Travel
Website
rhondajackson.globaltravel.com

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India: A Sojourn to the Evolving East 3

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Trip Planner: 3 Week Whirlwind Tour

This itinerary touches on some of India's most popular destinations. While the itinerary is padded with travel time, it doesn't allow time to experience India at a leisurely pace. Despite seemingly close proximities, road conditions vary. Have guides and transportation lined up in advance to ensure that you can experience as much as possible.Â

• Delhi to Haridwar/Rishikesh (3 days + .5 day travel) 125 miles

• Route through Delhi to Agra (1.5 days + .5 day travel) 126 miles

• Agra to Varanasi (2 days + .5 day travel) 358 miles

• Varanasi to Jaipur (3 days + 1 day travel) 486 miles

• Jaipur to Udaipur (2 days + 1 day travel) 252 miles

• Udaipur to Bombay (1.5 days + .5 day travel) direct flight 495 miles

• Bombay to backwaters (3 days + 1 day travel) direct flight Cochin 860 miles

• Return to Bombay or Delhi for your flight home

Focus on Ayurveda

As all Ayurvedic doctors will tell you, in order to truly achieve the health benefits of this natural medicine, one must go through a process to bring balance to the three main biological forces or doshas. Kerala in particular is famous for hosting numerous Ayurvedic centers and healing retreats, but there are a few that stand out as offering regimens that stay true to the science as opposed to simply offering resort-style rejuvenation. In my experience, CGH Earth's Kalari Kovilakom ( www.kalarikovilakom.com ), offered the most genuine program, refusing to compromise the regimen, yet pampering the guest with loving attention within a well-appointed setting. The 14-, 21- and 28-day stays focus on weight loss, anti-aging, stress relief, or rejuvenation. Another popular spot for travelers seeking a less expensive alternative, Kairali Ayurvedic Health Resort, in Palakkad, Kerala, offers supervised Ayurvedic programs. In addition, Kairali is expanding by franchising the brand and maintaining a business selling Ayurvedic formulations to local pharmacies and online ( www.kairali.com ).

Spiritual Comfort Aboard Spa on Wheels

Amid the din and heat of Mumbai's Victorian train station, the elegant Deccan Odyssey is a fantasy trip into India's regal past: White-gloved porters in scarlet tunics, gourmet meals by chefs from Taj hotels, and a spa car come with this train fit for a maharajah.

Steps from my stateroom, Spa Plumeria offers massage, Clarins facials, and Ayurvedic treatments. Staffed by a therapist and beautician from the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai, the spa on wheels features a salon for hair and nail care, a massage cabin with steam and shower, even exercise equipment. There is also a lounge where tea is served, a bar car, and two different restaurants with international and vegetarian options. Forget signing checks—the fare covers sightseeing excursions and meals—but spa services are extra.

The world's spa train takes the stress out of travel to southern India. Our seven-day journey included visi...

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