luxury cruise holidays, 21 January: Thomas Cook India along with its group company, SOTC Travel has recently introduced their exclusive luxury cruise holidays to the polar extremes of the Antarctic and Arctic regions. This luxury travel plan was drafted keeping the high spirit of the travellers and backpackers and to offer them spectacular landscapes and a lifetime experience. Fueled during the Covid-19 era, this is trend to experience the wonders of natural beauty as travelling away from the crowds.

After the restrictions are now relaxed from most of the countries, the demand for the spectacular location increased, therefore, Thomas Cook India and SOTC Travel decided to facilitate the same by offering majestic wildlife, local cultures through Arctic and Antarctica.

Rajeev Kale, president and country head of holidays, MICE, Visa in Thomas Cook (India) expressed, “The COVID lockdown period has resulted in an unprecedented surge in demand for bucket list destinations – away from crowds and combined with immersive experiences. Keeping this in mind, we are delighted to introduce luxury cruises to Arctic and Antarctica, targeted at India’s discerning HNI-UHNI segment. Given that sailing the majestic seas of the Arctic and Antarctic regions are available only for a few months each year, this exclusive product has been launched well in advance – to enable our customers’ avail of special early bird discounts to avail of a once in a lifetime holiday experience.”

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Sharing his take on it, president and country head of leisure in SOTC Travel, Daniel D’souza quoted, “Luxury travel market offers significant growth potential with Indian travellers increasingly looking for exclusive and indulgent experiences. To cater to this set of expectations and preferences from the rising wave of luxury consumers, SOTC has introduced unique cruise voyages across Antarctica, Arctic and Greenland curated for those who seek the thrill of unchartered landscapes and unexplored destinations.”


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