Chandigarh 26th August:- Thomas Cook (India) Ltd., India’s leading integrated travel and travel related financial services company, has observed that demand for holidays is no longer restricted to the traditional Summer vacation. India’s new age travellers are displaying strong and growing appetite for travel during Autumn/Fall to enjoy nature at its best, with pleasant weather and the resplendent colours of autumn, giving the destination a distinctive appeal. In order to maximise the potential of the yet under leveraged season, Thomas Cook India has launched an array of special autumn tours.
With Europe recording extreme summer temperatures due to global warming/climatic changes, the
Autumnseasonis finding considerable appeal among India’s new
age travellers. Autumn’s pleasant/moderate weather (in between the heat of
summer and cold winters), its picturesque backdrop with gree n
leaves changing colour to myriad shades of ochre,
orange, red and burgundy, make it
visually mesmerizing. Autumn also offers travellers the
opportunity to indulge in fun outdoor activities like hiking,
camping, road trips, among others. Being off-peak, this season
offers India’s value seekers a truly affordable
Thomas Cook India’s air-inclusive autumn group packages start from Rs 89,900 per person* for a 7 day Europe tour (*twin share basis). The destinations on offer include favourites like Switzerland, France,
Italy, Germany, UK &
Ireland, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Scandinavia; also emerging
options like New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Canada and China.
Thomas Cook India has incorporated engaging experiences as part of its Autumn group and customised holidays including - hiking in the Bavarian Alps, or cruising in Lake Königssee in Germany; tru
ffle huntingand volcano
climbs in Naples, Italy; a celebration of music and wine in Lugano,
Switzerland; Whisky trails and magical castle
stays in Scotland; a trek to M t.
Fuji (5th station level) and a visit to the Eikando Temple
– one of Kyoto’s renowned autumn colour photo
stop, enjoying the Chuseok or Harvest festival in
South Korea, a scenic drive along Cape Breton Island in Canada and
Rajeev Kale, President & Country Head – Holidays, MICE, Visa, Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. Said that Indian travellers have become truly experimental and we’ve observed a marked shift in travel seasons- Autumn seeing growing interest with its spectacular
colours and pleasant weather making it a traveller's delight.
With an 18% growth in demand for autumn, the launch of
our Autumn Tours is aimed at capitalising on this significant yet
He added that although the demand for such travel is being led by millennial, young professionals, DINKS and families, it is also noteworthy to see that consumers from Tier 2 and 3 cities are also showing interest in autumn travel.