Nexus Holidays has expanded into India and Sri Lanka, introducing a series of new tours that aim to provide the same style of affordable luxury the company currently offers in China and Japan.

The Shanghai-based firm has released five escorted tour options that offer choices for both the first time visitor and repeat traveller.

Among them is the seven-day Passage to India, aimed at first timers and focused on the Golden Triangle between New Delhi, Jaipur and Agra, including the Taj Mahal. Priced from $1,599 per person twin share, it includes flights and offers a mix of four and five-star accommodation. For a more in-depth visit, Nexus has introduced its nine-day Colours of India. As well as the cities of the Golden Triangle, it also includes the blue city of Jodhpur, the lake city of Udaipur and the ancient town of Pushkar. It is priced from $1,999 per person including flights.

Having originally planned to offer Sri Lanka as an add-on to India tours, Nexus has instead created a dedicated nine-day itinerary, Secrets of Sri Lanka, visiting a succession of destinations including Colombo, Kandy, Galle and the Sigriya Rock Fortress. Other tours in the program include a nine-day South India Highights with Kerala Backwaters and the nine-day Classic Nepal.

The company is also about to release a series of tour add-ons under a program of Island Escapes — beach and resort-based packages in destinations including the Maldives, Vietnam, Langkawi, Bali and Lombok.


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