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Win an eye-opening rail trip across India for two!

Win an eye-opening rail trip across India for two!

National Geographic Traveller and G Adventures have teamed up to offer you and a guest the opportunity to win one of G Adventures’ brand new rail trips — the two-week ‘Northeast India & Darjeeling by Rail’.

On this incredible escape, you and your guest will travel off the beaten path and see India in a very different way — by train. You’ll get up close with authentic India, from experiencing a sunrise boat trip on the Ganges, to heading north by local train and riding Darjeeling’s famous Toy train.

There will be plenty of palaces and forts for you to see, and you’ll still have all the social elements of travelling with a group. Add in local meals and a large helping of culture and you’ll discover this is the journey of a lifetime.

G Adventures is all about giving back to the communities that its travellers visit, so you’ll also see a Planeterra Foundation project — G Adventures’ non-profit organisation — in bustling Delhi. The New Delhi Streetkids project takes children off the streets and provides them with jobs as tour guides.

This trip is one of 24 new rail trips by G Adventures. One of train travel’s greatest advantages is that it gives you the opportunity to really see the country you’re travelling through. G Adventures’ rail trips follow some of the most iconic and scenic rail routes in the world, including eye-popping landscapes in the Alps, the Himalayas and Siberia.

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For more information or to book, please call G Adventures on T: 0344 272 2040 or visit gadventures.co.uk

The Prize

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The winner will receive two flights from the UK up to the value of £750 each, plus two places on the same guaranteed departure of G Adventures ‘Northeast India & Darjeeling by Rail’ trip (AHDR) with a minimum of four, full-fare travellers already booked.

Competition closes at 23:59GMT on 20 April 2015