International Expeditions Offers New Journey to India

International Expeditions has announced a new 18-day Journey to India, with an itinerary that includes four states: Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Ultar Pradesh and western Rajasthan. The tour program also includes nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites and three national parks. The first departure is December 21, followed by seven departures in 2008: January 18; February 1 and 22; March 7; November 7 and 21; and December 19. Per person start at $5,098 and include all accommodations, meals, local transportation, guides and transfers for group flights. International and in-country airfare is not included. Four-day Kaziranga and seven-day Nepal post-journey extensions are also available. Visit [www.ietravel.com].

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