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Travel: breaking off the shackles of packaged tourism

Hindustan Times | ByRishad Saam Mehta
Feb 22, 2014 09:37 PM IST

Want a driving holiday in the Alps? Or a cruise to Antarctica? Today, boutique travel agents suggest experiences rather than destinations, writes .

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OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: Tourists en route the Gadsar Pass in Kashmir. (Photo: Rishad Saam Mehta)</strong)
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: Tourists en route the Gadsar Pass in Kashmir. (Photo: Rishad Saam Mehta)
Because most of us lead inactive lives working behind a desk, travellers are looking at holidays that are a sort of detox from their sedentary lifestyles
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