IRCTC unveils international tour packages

IRCTC offering tour packages to Sri Lanka, Russia and Thailand

GN Bureau | August 16, 2017


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 Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd. (IRCTC), an Indian Railways’ PSU, has come up with an International tour package based on leisure and pilgrimage theme.

IRCTC is one of the biggest e-commerce website across Asia.
 
There is Ramayana Yatra Srilanka as well as Charming Russia.
 
Along with these international tour offerings, there will be one fixed departure for Thailand. Tour of Dubai and Abu Dhabi for 4 nights have also been introduced Ex-Delhi.
 

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