Outline of Other Tours offered by GW Travel Limited

Although we have already given you a taste of GW Travel's rail offerings, we thought we might sum up an outline of a few more options that might wow your clients.

On the 15-day, westbound Darjeeling Mail tour, guests will get to explore India, from Bombay to Calcutta and several stops inbetween. Here is a brief outline of this tours itinerary:

Day 1-2, Calcutta; Day 3-5, Darjeeling; Day 6, Siliguri; Day 7, Varanasi; Day 8, Delhi; Day 9, Jaipur; Day 10, Fathepur Sikri; Day 11, Agra; Day 12, Udaipur; Day 13-15, Bombay.
Tour Dates: 2008, September 19 - October 3; 2009, April 6 - April 20

The 15-day, westbound  Trans-Siberian Express Classic Route might be a good options for clients who have always wanted to explore the mystery of Russia.

Day 1, Vladivostok (arrivals); Day 2, Vladivostok; Day 3, Khabarovsk; Day 4, On Board; Day 5, Ulan Ude; Day 6, Ulaan Baatar; Day 7, On Board; Day 8, Lake Baikal; Day 9, Irkutsk; Day 10, On Board; Day 11, Novosibirsk; Day 12, Yekaterinburg; Day 13, Kazan; Day 14, Moscow; Day 15, Moscow (departures).

Westbound Tour Dates for 2008 include, May 16 - May 30; June 13 - June 27; Aug 8 - Aug 22; Sep 5 - Sep 19

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