Explore India and Save on OAT's 2013 Heart of India Adventure

Free Single Supplements and Land-Tour only prices up to $2200 lower per couple than in 2012

May 29, 2013, 09:25 ET from Overseas Adventure Travel

BOSTON, May 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Solo travelers and couples who want to explore India can enjoy significant savings on Overseas Adventure Travel's (OAT) 16-day Heart of India adventure for 2013.  OAT has lowered the cost of its trip by up to $2200 per couple ($1100 per person) over 2012 and offers solo travelers free Single Supplements on the base trip and on all pre-and-post trip extensions, including its newest extension to Sri Lanka, as well as its other extensions to Bhutan, southern India, and Nepal.

OAT's Heart of India adventure begins at $2295 per person or from $144 per day. In small groups of just 10-16, travelers visit the "Golden Triangle" cities of Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, and lesser visited destinations such as Ranthambore National Park for game viewing; the magnificent temples of Khajuraho; the holy city of Varanasi; and a rural village, where travelers experience local farm life.  

What's Included:  Accommodations (4 nights in Delhi, 3 nights in Jaipur, 2 nights near Ranthambore National Park, 1 night at an OAT camp, 2 nights in Agra, 1 night in Khajuraho, and 2 nights in Varanasi); 33 meals (14B, 9L, 10D, including a home-hosted dinner); 25 small group activities; services of a resident OAT Trip Leader; and more. 

For travelers who choose OAT's international airfare, the trip begins at $3495, which includes the base program, international air from New York, transfers, all taxes, fees and airline fuel surcharges. Pre-trip extensions include the new 9-night Sri Lanka: Mystical Temples & Tropical Landscapes from $1695 ($188 per day), or the 8-night Bhutan: The Hidden Kingdom from $2695 ($337 per day), while post-trip options include the 5-night South of India: Kerala & Cochin from $1495 ($299 per day), or a 5-night stay in Kathmandu, Nepal from $1295 ($259 per day).

Departures are currently available from August-December 2013.  For more information about OAT's Heart of India adventure please visit or call OAT at 1-800-955-1925.

Established in 1978, Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) is part of Boston-based Grand Circle Corporation's family of travel companies, which include Grand Circle Cruise Line and Grand Circle Travel.  OAT offers unique, small group adventures by land and sea worldwide to Americans age 50 and older.  Since 1992, its charitable arm, Grand Circle Foundation, has donated or pledged $92M USD to humanitarian, educational, and cultural organizations worldwide, including about 100 schools, in 50 countries.

SOURCE Overseas Adventure Travel