Rajat Gupta is the gun young at Wind Horse Tours, New Delhi. With his advent there is infusion of fresh ideas, exuberance and passion , that changing travel scenario demands. He completed his degree course in Tourism Management in 2014.
At Wind Horse Tour, India, he is setting pace for innovations and fresh perspectives to thrive and to meet new demands. With opening of window for Visa on Arrival for many countries by Indian Government, this has thrown door wide open for travel industries to redesign structural patterns in term of infrastructures and itineraries.
He inherited the passion for the travel business from his father Santosh Gupta. While growing up or still now the travel talks hogs the limelight at the dinner table. He alway knew what he wanted or how he wants to shape up his career. Choosing travel management course was a conscious choice to hone his passion.
What Our Guest Says about the guide
LindaMay 15 -20, 2017
Anand and colleagues at Wind Horse,
My husband and I were thrilled to have visited Deeg. Although, it was in a terrible state of disrepair it was beautiful and very interesting. We were delighted to be in a location that did not have many, many tourists. It was interesting because it was more ‘contemporary’ and the water features would be beautiful if the trash was removed. We enjoyed seeing a smaller town, but would have been uncomfortable “strolling in the village” of Deeg. Are they prepared to welcome foreigners??
We enjoyed staying in the old section of Laxmi Vilas Palace in Bharatpur, it was beautiful and amusing since we were the only guests.
Our guide and driver for the tour were both excellent and exceptional. Hemant Simariya/Raj was an awesome historian which added so much to the visit. We were also very grateful to the driver for delivering us safely to our destinations and providing us with cool water which we relished when we returned to the car. (Yes, we knew it was going to be very hot in India.)
I enjoyed meeting the local host family and having a meal at their house. I cook Indian food, so the cooking demonstration was not new information, but would probably be even more interesting to those who do not prepare curries and chapati themselves. It was fun to be in a home and meet the family members.
My favorite sites were Jantar Mantar and Amer/Amber Fort, and my husband said the Taj Mahal was more beautiful than he expected.
WilliamApril 28 - May 07,2017
Li and I both had a good time on the tour. Our guide and driver were excellent and we had good conversations on the longer drives.I thought Amritsar’s golden palace was one of the more amazing experiences while the ceremony at the Pakistani Border underwhelming.
The long drives impressed upon us the vast scale of India. Our impression was that there is little to see between cities in the semi arid farmlands. Perhaps in future visits to India we would consider this in terms of or destinations and ability to take local flights between major internal destinations.
We also have a better understanding of what “off season” and +40c weather means. It was good in that we saw the Taj Mahal without the high season crowds but also tiring to be out in the afternoon heat. We will likely return to Rajasthan area in cooler months.
Everyone you arraigned for our tour and the people at the Oberoi hotels were wonderful! Hope to see you again!
I am impressed how well organized was our trip ! And I didn’t make it easy ! We had a little bit of everything : Varanasi in India, Kathmandu, Pukhara and tiger in Chitwan in Nepal, and the top – Bhutan with Tiger Nest and Festival ! All the guides are excellent, transportation great and we liked all places we stay in !
I am highly recomending individual trips. It cost more, but you can decide about everything to the smallest details , they are going to work with you
Thank you for your email. I greatly appreciate your interest to learn about our experience in India with Wind Horse.
I’m now in Dhaka and I think it will take some time to get back to my routine after the wonderful time that I spent in India with my parents.
The trip exceeded our expectations.
It is hard to identify highlights since we enjoyed a lot everything that we experienced. However, some of the things we liked the most are the Teej Festival in Jaipur, the visit to Fatehpur Sikri and the Taj Mahal, and the overnight train to Varanasi. Also, my parents really liked the visit to Qutb Minar.
The guides and drivers were really good, despite some difficulties with the language (Spanish, English, Hindi), and all the hotels were nice and comfortable. I am really glad we did not have any problems with the food.
We are extremely grateful to Rajat for all the support (including outside of the planned schedule) and for sharing lots of interesting information about life in India.
Thanks a lot for making everything work so smoothly!
James N.WNov 04 - 09,2015
India Tour of Delhi, Agra & Jaipur (India Portion)
We are now at the hotel in Delhi – reflecting on our great trip here. Thank you for making everything work so smoothly and adjusting to have Raj join. He was excellent to support our journey in many ways – and we got to know so much more about the culture, current events while he managed every detail along the way.
Denish was amazing as our driver – we never once were feeling anxious given the extremely busy roads…he was ever so skillful in navagating. We would daily comment on how he could seemingly thread-the-needle of what seemed to us as chaos on the road – but in actuality – we could see with his driving – it’s actually oddly harmonious and flowing ( amazing to experience).
Now we must bid goodbye on this short stay in India – headed to the airport in the morning…which Raj graciously arranged for us a car to pick us up at 8:45am at the Marriott Aero city hotel.
We know we will be back – other cities beckon – but for now, it’s off to Bhutan then Nepal.
Thanks again Santosh – wonderful to have met you and hope to cross paths on our next stay.