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Dear Mr.Vijay,
Thanks a ton for organizing such a wonderful tour of Agra. Wish you best of luck for the future.

Kind Regards, Aaron Yeung - Brisbane, Australia

Dear Mr.Vijay,
Thanks a lot for your prompt & effective Service during our tour to Delhi,Agra, Nainital, Ranikhet etc.
We are quite satisfied the way Travel Organizer India had managed our Tour plan
perfectly & in well organized manner...

– Dhaval Upadhyay - Vadodara, India

Hi Munendra,
Thank you very much for the trip it was amazing! I am adding Mike to this email, he will be writing a feedback email to you on behalf of all of us.

– Ari - Israel

Dear Mr. Chauhan, My family was very happy with your taxi service and the professional attitude of your company and your driver. I have always used and recommended your service to all my friends as well...

– Jasjit S. Walia - M.D.,M.B.A., F.A.C.C.

Dear Munendra Singh Chauhan
Our 2 days(16/04 & 17/04) trip to Agra & Fatehpur sikhri was very comfortable. The vehicle was good, driver was very co-operative and his driving on highway was very safe...

– Narendra A Bhat, Bangalore

Hi Munendra,
Thanks for arranging the tour, we had a great time in India. Awesome service!thanks.

– John,Singapore

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Most Popular tourist Destinations To Visit in India


Agra invokes the tourists for its loving symbol of Taj Mahal built by Mughal ruler Shahjahan.


Delhi the capital of India containing large number of sightseeing & incredible places in India.


This town is specially loved by the British for its blissful typical weather, perfumed broods, icy mountain and green beautiful meadows.


Jaipur is the most charming capital among all Indian states. It’s called pink city of India which make Rajasthan imperial in all ways. Why Rajasthan still remains the royal that exist in fortress


Goa smallest state of India situated on the west cost of country recognized as the konkan surrounded by Arabian see from west, Karnataka to the east, and by Maharashtra to the north.


Despite being listed by National Geographic Traveller as one of the world’s ten ‘Paradises Found’, Kerala remains remarkably ‘un-found’ by mass tourism.