IRCTC Area Manager BV Ramesh, Tirupati Railway Station Manager M Subodh Mithra and Tourism Associate B Sukumar releasing brochures of IRCTC packages in Tirupati on Friday
IRCTC Area Manager BV Ramesh, Tirupati Railway Station Manager M Subodh Mithra and Tourism Associate B Sukumar releasing brochures of IRCTC packages in Tirupati on Friday

Tirupati: The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) planned for international tours to Thailand and Sri Lanka and domestic tour to Kerala from Hyderabad.

Disclosing the details to the media here on Friday, the Area Manager of IRCTC BV Ramesh has said that the package duration of Thailand tour will be four nights and five days and covers Pattaya where there will be three nights stay and one-night stay in Bangkok. 

The flight will leave Hyderabad on February 15 to Bangkok and return on February 19. The cost of the package per person is Rs 45,214 for double or triple occupancy and Rs 50,598 for single occupancy.

The Ramayan Yatra to Sri Lanka will also has the same duration and this flight will leave Hyderabad on March 22 and return back on March 26. The package cost for single occupancy will be Rs 58,210 for single occupancy and Rs 38,368 per person for double occupancy.  

IRCTC will provide to and fro flight tickets, 3-star category Air-Conditioned (A-C) hotels, exclusive A-C vehicle for tourists, English speaking guide for entire trip, lunch and dinner in Indian restaurants with continental breakfast.

Visa charges and insurance is also included in the package and the entire cost is inclusive of all taxes. Kerala tour package duration will be five nights and six days and the flight leaves Hyderabad on February 21 to Cochin and return back on February 26. 

The cost of the package will be Rs 25,418 for double occupancy per person and Rs 36,571 per person for single occupancy. It covers Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady and Kumarkom. For further details one may contact at 9701360690 (Secunderabad), 9701360620 (Vijayawada) or 9701376620 (Tirupati) and visit the website www.irctctourism.com.
 


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