Sustainable operator shares tribal Northeast India with UK travel trade

Greener Pastures, a sustainable travel company based in Northeast India, promoting responsible tours, is looking to build relationships with the UK travel agents and opportunities with UK trade operations. 

They offer agents, whose customers are looking for  off-the beaten-track, educational or conservation-focused experiences, a range of tailor-made holidays.

The tours offered are suited to the first-time visitor to India wanting to explore more remote regions or those who have visited the area multiple times but are now seeking an adventure away from the tourist hot-spots.

Greener Pastures will offer UK travel agents net rates which can be marked up with a recommended 10% and suggested cap of 20%.

In addition, the company seeks B2B opportunities for inclusion in UK-based tour operators’ Indian portfolios.

It creates itineraries for the independent traveller and groups to remote regions; showcasing the seven sister states of Northeast India.

The ten portfolios on offer are:

· Wildlife Journeys
· Tribes and Culture
· Adventures
· General Tours
· Plantation Stays
· Monsoon Specials
· River Cruise
· Culinary Trails
· Short Breaks
· Plan Your Own trip

The Tribes of Nagaland 11-day tour including airport pick up, transportation in private a vehicle, 10-nights accommodation, all meals, sightseeing activities as well as required permits and English speaking guide starts from £650.00 net per person (based on group of 4).

Agents requiring a quote can contact Greener Pastures on ukagents@thegreenerpastures.com

Vaivhav Todi, managing director said: “We’re very excited to strengthen our relationship with the UK travel trade. Over the last few years we’ve had support from selected travel agents that know we are experts in the region. Our knowledge and attention to detail is focused on providing a life changing experience to the visitor whilst being conscious of the places we travel to and the people that live there. We put together incredible itineraries and know the north-east intimately.”

 

 

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