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Jun 28

Who is Responsible for the Quality of a Trip?

Scenario #1: Jane is visiting a new destination and relies on a travel agency to confirm her hotel and touring services. She arrives at the hotel, checks-in, and finds that her room does not meet her expectations. The agency quoted a 4-star property, but Jane feels it is below average. The view from her window is less than appealing, she can hear her noisy neighbors, and the air-conditioning is faulty. Later in the evening, guest services calls to follow-up and assure her room is comfortable. Jane communicates none of her concerns. Two days later, her travel agent also places a courtesy call. Again, Jane says the trip is wonderful and does not share her negative impressions about the hotel.

Posted by Allison Sodha at 04:25 AM

Posted in Communication, Accommodations, Transportation

Jun 20

Independent Itineraries by Sodha Travel

Did you know that Sodha Travel reserves Independent Itineraries across India and Nepal? An Independent Itinerary, or II, allows a traveler the flexibility to plan as many or as few details of their trip before departure. I am proud that Sodha Travel is one of few agencies that not only specializes in travel to the Indian subcontinent, but also provides direct support and advocacy from team members in the United States and India.

Posted by Allison Sodha at 03:54 AM

Posted in India, Packing, Testimonials

Jun 7

June Featured Tour: Ganges River Rafting and Elephant Safari

Our June Featured Tour is the popular Ganges River Rafting and Elephant Safari! Spend 9 days/8 nights on an adventure itinerary that also incorporates bonfires, cliff jumping, and hiking an ancient pilgrim route to Badrinath.

Posted by Allison Sodha at 04:19 AM

Posted in India, Adventure, Featured Tours, Himalayas

Jun 1

Bhutan Himalayan Marathon

On November 11, 2011 at 11:11 am, a field of Bhutanese and international runners will participate in the inaugural Bhutan Himalayan Marathon. This event offers athletes a unique opportunity to experience the Kingdom of Bhutan on a 26.2 mile course in the shadows of the highest mountains in the world. The country fiercely regulates inbound tourism in an effort to protect its culture and environment, and international registration is only open to 150 runners.

Posted by Allison Sodha at 06:41 AM

Posted in Bhutan, Events, Adventure, Himalayas

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