Our family lived in Singapore for two years and, before moving back to the US, we wanted to do one last trip to somewhere we’ve always wanted to experience: India. The challenge was that neither my wife nor I had ever visited India and the initial research left us completely overwhelmed. Where should we go with a family of six (the two of us and our four young boys)? How will we get around the country? What are the best sites to see, including those that many typical tourists don’t know about? Will food be an issue? What if we need assistance and the people around us don’t speak English (hint: we don’t speak any Hindi). And finally, how do we plan the trip of our dreams without breaking our bank accounts? Our prayers were answered once Sumitra from Passport Perfect sat us down. “Relax,” she said. “Tell me your vision and concerns, and let me give you some options that will make this a once-in-a-lifetime experience for your family.”
Passport Perfect completely planned out a 10-day northern India “extravaganza” that was surprisingly affordably and detailed down to the hour. We saw various parts of Delhi, drove down to Agra to visit the Taj Mahal, and then drove back to Delhi. We then flew to Jodhpur in the state of Rajasthan where we stayed at the majestic Umaid Bhawan Palace, spent an entire day in the 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort atop the mountain, and another day outside the city riding camels and zooming around in buggies amongst the sand dunes. After flying back to Delhi, we took an overnight train to Ramnagar in the state of Uttarakhand. We stayed at a wonderful lodge within Corbett National Park, one of the most beautiful natural wildlife sanctuaries we had ever seen. Over the course of the next several days, our family embarked on numerous jeep safaris into the park where we saw myriad of animals: elephants, spotted deers, jackals, fish owls, vultures, etc. It was difficult to leave Ramnagar, but we headed south to Delhi via train and relaxed at another luxurious hotel in the big city before flying to back home to Singapore.
My family and I will never forget our vacation to India. And it would not have been possible without the due diligence, experience, and trust that Passport Perfect provided.
Mark Luley… American origin traveled with his family to India (Jaipur, Ranthambore and Agra) in January 2018.Mark Luley American Origin was based in Singapore
Before going to India recently, for the first time ever, I was a totally unsure what to expect. Mixed opinions from my friends and family made me think it would not be as great as Cambodia or Myanmar. Now I think it is also a photography heaven however you need to make sure you plan it with care and with the right people. I used #passportperfect and the whole trip went flawless, they also made sure I had enough photo opportunities and I even went to an Indian home to eat Indian food!”
Anna de Witt… Polish origin, based in Singapore, traveled with a female friend to India (Jaipur, Ranthambore and Agra) in Jan 2018.Anna de Witt Polish Origin, based in Singapore
Passport Perfect… the name speaks for itself. Simply a perfect experience. I got to experience India from it’s best… hand selected. It was overwhelming… such a variety, so many colours, such friendly people… and yes, best food ever. From the very first second until the end, everything had been arranged for smoothly and perfectly; I didn’t have to worry about the tiniest thing; to me that’s what makes a vacation so relaxing. The hotels and the places we got to see were so well picked; just loved it. Passport Perfect has exceeded my exceptions by far. If you want to explore India like a true insider… go for Passport Perfect!
Dr. Alice Niemann Fritsch… Polish origin, based in Singapore, traveled with a female friend to India (Jaipur, Ranthambore and Agra) in Jan 2018.Dr. Alice Niemann Fritsch German Origin, based in Singapore