Four Seasons Vacations believes in customising your travel.
Studies have shown that one of the most sophisticated travellers is the non-resident Indian from across the globe. Travelling back to India can be for a variety of reasons, and apart from visiting friends and family, most tend to combine it with another event. To ensure that you have a smooth and hassle-free travel experience, we offer a wide range of services.
Visiting friends & relatives and exploring India:
An overwhelming majority return to meet their relatives but also explore the fast changing face of India. Rajasthan, God’s Own Country, Ladakh are the favourites. Of course we can suggest many other options to explore the lesser known destinations.
Avoid the hassles of finding the various service providers for the Big Fat Indian Wedding. We take care of your family and guests travelling from across the globe, and of course India, and suggest the most suitable hotels & resorts for your functions and within your budget. Most sought after destinations are Jaipur, Udaipur, Goa and Delhi. We also take care of your guests to explore India pre or post the event. Need help with trousseau shopping? We offer help in planning and visiting the best places in Delhi, Jaipur, Benares, Bangalore and Chennai.
Religious and Philanthropy visits:
A time comes in everyone’s life when one’s beliefs fuel the desire to seek blessings. Visit the dhams, Gurudwaras, Dargahs you have been keen to visit, but never had the time to. Why not visit the Char Dham in comfort and while you are in the area, indulge in some Spa therapy to ease away all the stress.
Explore your roots
The next-gen has never been to India! We help them visit their roots and understand India a lot better. Come and see how India is developing into a fast paced economy while visiting the land of your forefathers.
In the neighbourhood :
We have stunning locales around us. Srilanka and Maldives have the best beaches in the world, Bhutan – the happiest place in the world and Nepal with the Himalayas. This time around why don’t you visit India and take a break by visiting one of these places ?