Cox and Kings widens scope of India brochure

Cox and Kings widens scope of India brochure

UPMARKET operator Cox and Kings has revamped its India brochure with dedicated sections on hotels and major city attractions.

New tours have also been added to the programme as the company aims to increase its 1999 carryings of 10,000 by 15%.

The 18-page hotel section has details of quality properties across India and is split into geographical areas. The section follows an increase in the number of quality hotels featured in the programme.

The brochure's city portfolio section includes details of the main attractions in Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay, Jaipur and India's other main centres.

Agency sales manager Natasha Gubbay said:"The idea of both sections is to provide the customer with greater detail so they can make a more informed choice."

New tours are the nine-day Keralan Experience, 21-day Grand Tour and 14-day Heritage Rajasthan.

Prices lead in at £695 for the nine-day Indian Experience. It has been extended by one night from the 1999 tour.


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