Greves Tours Accepted as Preferred Virtuoso Tour Op

India and Asia specialist Greves Tours announced Tuesday that it had been accepted as a preferred tour operator in the Virtuoso luxury travel network. The family-owned-and-operated business was launched in 1995 to provide luxury vacations in India, Nepal, Bhutan and the Indian Ocean for travelers from the U.K., and expanded in 2005 to offer its products to travelers from the U.S. According to the company, such factors as in-depth knowledge of the destination and highly personalized on-site contacts have been some of its key operating strategies. Greaves CEO Shahrookh Cambata said in a statement that the company was "delighted and privileged" to join Virtuoso. "[We] feel it is both a testament to the strength of our brand and our continued commitment to providing our clients with extraordinary experiences throughout India."

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