To Mr. Gupta and all the staff,
we want to thank you for the beutifull trip that we had in your country.
the organization was great, the good and beutifull hotels allow us to combine trip with plesure and rest.
the treak wasn easy but well orgenized. ashok is a gret guide, knows many intersting things on the way, all the guys werw very nice. the food was great , diffrent every day and fresh and not spicy.
yogy is a great driver . polit and ready to help thank you again
i gave Mira and Nirit your email, i am sure you will give them good service
we will be happy if you can send us picture from the trek
regards from ofer vaknin
We’re re-sending this note as I don’t know if you originally received it. I notice the email was to firstname.lastname@example.org but we also have you as email@example.com.
We just wanted to let you all know how much we enjoyed our return trip to India.
Please extend our greetings to all in you office. And too, we are disappointed that we didn’t meet with the Gupta’s or visit you as it is such a long, long trip away and not to get together again was unfortunate.
However, we extend our very best to all of you.
Dear Mr. Gupta, Laxmi, et al at Paradise Holidays,
Our trip to India was again a very interesting, fulfilling and mostly exciting venture!
Every day offered new opportunities for interacting with the local people. The guides and drivers all did a good job and a few offered more to do as time allowed.
We were often surprised with the accommodations: I’d say that “pleasantly surprised” was the more common expression. This trip was different than previous ones and we appreciated the 2 night stays at some of these places. There were a couple places we would have preferred to stay longer, and you may also be a bit surprised: Sanchal Fort in Barmer! That is quite a city and very definitely a good representation of both old and contemporary India. I thought it a fascinating city.
Haridwar is also a surprise: very active, contemporary, and interesting compared to our first visit in 2001.
Ahore, the city near Ravla Bhenswara was also active and interesting.
Of course, I could go on. However, suffice it to say that this too was a most interesting trip with a great deal of variety. The temples in Mt. Abu were spectacular. We also found some of the less touristy forts to offer a great deal of history and charm. We were quite gratified to also see so many India tourists visiting these historic places. The step wells offer a great insight into previous generations, as do the old temples.
We were quite disappointed to have missed meeting up with all of you. We always look forward to getting re-acquainted with the Paradise family and to see the progress the 2nd and 3rd generation Gupta’s are making.
If you have any questions about our tour we will be pleased to answer. We look forward to reviewing our trip via our pictures and the itinerary and to leave reviews at trip advisor as many of the places we stayed desire to have positive reports made.
Our very best wishes to all of you and we hope to return again to the land that has offered us so many great memories.