Holiday in India: Solo traveller vs travel groups

Travelling solo or doing a small group tour of India, both have their own pros and cons. India has a lot to offer so it’s easy to get overwhelmed and feeling to explore more. As a solo traveller the first benefit is that you save a good amount of money and of course no travel routine to follow.

However, based on the words by few solo travellers, you generally miss a positive and relaxing side of your Indian holiday as most solo travellers don’t rely on pre-bookings, there is a lot to inquire and of course a chance of being misguided. You can change your plan whenever you want to but if the change is worth your time and money, you don’t know till you are there. Solo travellers mostly get to explore the famous tourists’ places but the hidden gems and their history generally slips. On the other side travelling through a professional travel agency provides you with a peace of mind that everything is arranged for you from the time of your landing. However, no matter what travel agency you choose, you have a travel itinerary to follow which is preferably selected by you. If the travel groups are large, it becomes more difficult to expect any change in your travel.

Our Specialisation in this matter!

Kiwi n tiger accounts for both travelling fun without compromising your budget or travel experience. Our clients are much more confident in us as we are based in NZ and are always happy to meet our clients on a coffee to discuss their travel plan to India. We not only promise an incredible holiday in India but also provide enough flexibility in our tours to change your travel plan as you feel on the day. As we focus on small tour groups (< 8 people) it’s easy for us to incorporate your interests such as shopping, village walk, safari or just a spa, without compromising on your or your travel companions’ daily experiences. As our clients totally loved this so far, we are confident to incorporate the flexibility much more. So Google might sum up how people felt about India as a solo traveller or as a part of the travel group, but you can choose how your Indian holiday experience will be by just choosing the right travel agency, sending us few queries and achieving the same confidence in your travel group which you want as a solo traveller.

2 Replies to “Holiday in India: Solo traveller vs travel groups”

April 5, 2020
Vishal, a great read indeed, another good BLOG article, and having spent over 20 years in the industry myself I totally agree with you 100%. I think more importantly, as I am learning by working with you and reading your brochure, watching your customer, video reviews, reading some on the words people have used to describe yourself and your tours, I cant understand why people dont choose specialists like yourself rather than take MAIN-STREAM tours, visiting the more commercial locations. Looking at some of your personalised, images too on facebook and Google Business really tell a story. GREAT WORK
    April 5, 2020
    Thank you very much Paul, We appreciate your comment on our blogs. We believe people are getting more and more aware of the authentic travel now to know more about cultural and traditional roots. Social media and the Internet is also a big help these days.

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