Posted by: rajtravel | October 8, 2015

Tahiti honeymoon destination!!!!

IC-TahitiFeaturing the Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa

Experience the magnificent island of Moorea with this value vacation package and spend 5 nights in an Overwater Bungalow at the Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa. Includes roundtrip international air from Los Angeles, inter-island transport by passenger ferry, free daily breakfast for two, Couples Massage, ATV Tour, Jet Ski Tour, Sunset Dinner and more .Call Raj Travel for more details at (510)583-7777.


Maeva! Welcome! Tahiti – Moorea – Bora Bora – Island names that evoke wonderful states of mind: seduction, honeymoons, romance, adventure and escape… You have probably dreamt about these marvellous, imaginary, fertile world of sun-drenched landscapes that suddenly apppear right before your eyes upon exiting your airplane? Here, around these South Sea isles, a romantic sunset sea sends giant curls of turquoise waves breaking onto the colourful reefs that protect the tranquil lagoon of warm, bright-emerald waters and white coral-sand beaches. “Paradise on Earth”

Posted by: rajtravel | October 7, 2015

Fiji vacations holiday season !!!!!!

While some parts of the world are celebrating a white Christmas by making snowmen and baking hot roast dinners with all the trimmings, Christmas in Fiji is a different experience entirely. The warm and sunny weather means sand rather than snow and cold meats and seafood rather than a hot roast meal, much like Christmas in Australia. However, while people the world over enjoy celebrating Christmas with colourful decorations and fireworks, Fijians prefer family get togethers, church masses and carolling. However on Christmas Eve Fijian children still expect Santa to visit them with gifts.


When it comes to the food, just like any other day in Fiji, everything is cooked in the ‘lovo’ underground hot stone ‘oven’ that are place just outside homes. A big feast is planned for either Christmas Eve or Christmas Day and some of the more popular dishes include garlic spice chicken, beef, pork, fish, cassava and Dalo. Another special dish often served at Christmas time is Palusami, spiced mutton wrapped in leaves and cooked in coconut cream. With such beautiful weather to enjoy over the festive season, it’s no wonder Fijians like to make Christmas and New Years a month-long celebration! Visit us @

Posted by: rajtravel | January 29, 2015

Introducing Mauritius

Mauritius is a fascinating, world-in-one-island slice of paradise. Its very name of conjures up images of tropical luxury and stupendous extravagance. While in many destinations famed for cobalt-blue seas, white sandy beaches and luxury hotels, you may eventually find yourself wishing for something to do besides sunbathing and swimming, it’s often hard to know what to do next in Mauritius. The island is loaded with historic sights, cultural diversity, geographic variation and almost limitless activities to distract you from the daily grind of beach and pool. But perhaps its single biggest asset is the relaxed charm of its warm and welcoming people.

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Top things to do in Mauritius

Best places to stay in Mauritius

Many see Mauritius as the ultimate holiday destination; palm-fringed white sandy beaches, clear waters and sun that warms you to the core. Whether it’s five star luxury or a beachfront hammock you’re after, do your research and book ahead. Here Lonely Planet authors have picked out a selection of their favourite places to stay in Mauritius.


Posted by: rajtravel | January 26, 2015

Grand Pacific Hotel Fiji

In the heart of the South Pacific, the Grand Pacific Hotel once established the standard of luxury that was fit for Kings and Queens. Now, one hundred years later, it has raised that standard once again to unprecedented levels. Experience for yourself a destination of distinction unlike any other.

  • Colonial Luxury
  • Fine Dining
  • Event Coordination
  • Conference Hosting
  • Spa Revival
  • Luxurious Rooms
  • Epicurean Delights

The Grand Pacific Hotel premier dining venues deliver an extraordinary array of gourmet choices fusing the best of continental selections, sumptuous sea food delights and cutting edge indigenous flavors.

While relaxing in one of the spacious, elegant guest rooms at The Grand Old Lady feel free to order a delicious meal prepared by our restaurant staff. It will be delivered to your room where you can enjoy it in comfort and privacy.

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Posted by: rajtravel | December 19, 2014



Cloud 9 is Fiji’s only two level floating platform with an internationally stocked bar and Italian wood-fired pizzeria surrounded by turquoise blue water and picturesque views.

This unique venue has surround sound system throughout, sun decks, hanging chairs and day beds. Cloud 9 is built with precision and creativity giving you an experience like no other!

Cloud 9 caters to all events at the ocean – whether it’s your special day tying the knot, a unique private party, or a corporate function with a twist! Cloud 9 is here to create an ambience perfect for all.

Book with Raj Travel  for an experience like no other!

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Posted by: rajtravel | December 19, 2014

DUBAI Your Dream Destination


The distinctive sail-shaped silhouette of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is more than just a stunning hotel, it is a symbol of modern Dubai.

Yet for all the wonder this stunning structure provides when you finally see it in person, it is the service within that really makes the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah so extraordinary.

Repeatedly voted the world’s most luxurious hotel, this magnificent destination offers you the finest service and facilities throughout – right down to an optional chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce.

Burj Al Arab Jumeirah suite-only accommodation offers discreet check-in within your rooms, a private reception on every floor and a host of personal butlers, each a warm messenger of our unparalleled hospitality.

We can make you experience it for yourself.


Posted by: rajtravel | July 2, 2012

Vacation Packages to Fiji Islands!!!!!!!!!!

Fiji has some great underwater resort. Poseidon Undersea resort is in Fiji. Just imagine to be in a room underwater.ImageThis will be a great experience. 

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

It’s been many hoteliers’ dream to build an underwater resort where guests could be immersed, quite literally, in the wonders under the sea. To mark the fifth anniversary of its landmark underwater restaurant, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island will make part of this dream a reality by turning its submerged dining room into a luxury suite for the night.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island’s restaurant, Ithaa, sits five meters under the Indian Ocean, encased in clear glass for panoramic views of the surrounding coral reef and its vibrant ecosystem. At the time of its construction, the restaurant was the widest constructed undersea structure in the world and has hosted almost 44,000 diners since its opening in 2005. During its cameo as a suite, guests will be treated to a private Champagne dinner and en-suite breakfast, not to mention the majestic novelty of watching exotic fish swim by while relaxing in bed.


ImageThe cost of sleeping under the sea will no doubt be very steep, especially considering the limited timeframe and the fact that rates at the hotel already often exceed $1000 a night.

For those holding out (and saving their dough) for the full underwater hotel experience, one of the more ambitious projects, the Poseidon Undersea Resort, will supposedly have its soft opening sometime in 2010. The five-star underwater resort, which has been under construction for several years, will be comprised of 24 spacious glass-pod accommodations and a restaurant/lounge complex on the seafloor 40 feet below the surface outside a private island in Fiji. Don’t hold your breath though; the Poseidon Undersea Resort was initially slated to open in late 2008.

Call Raj Travel today for more details…(877)725-8728 or visit us on Raj Travel Iphone App.

Posted by: rajtravel | June 7, 2012

Disneycruise Specials from Raj Travel,Inc



Location: Europe

Coming in 2013, Disney Cruise Line will be returning to Europe with 13 ports of call in the Mediterranean featuring several exciting new itineraries! Explore ancient cities and age-old cultures brimming with history thousands of years in the making.

Travel to Rome, home of the larger-than-life Colosseum and the breathtaking Sistine Chapel, soak up the sun and fun on the Greek Island of Mykonos or take in the romance of Venice and its famed St. Mark’s Cathedral—just to name just a few.

Your home port in Europe is the city of Barcelona in Spain, where architectural wonders, charming cafés and beautiful beaches make it an ideal place to embark on your Western Mediterranean cruise.


A family vacation thousands of years in the making is yours when you explore Europe with Disney Cruise Line as your guide. Awe-inspiring locales along the Mediterranean—including Italy, Spain, France and more—combined with world-class entertainment, dining and a dollop of Disney magic onboard, hold the promise of a truly unforgettable retreat for the entire family.



Disney Cruise Line has selected the most stunning destinations—in the most exciting regions around the world—for cruises you and your family will always remember. Discover the world of delights waiting for you on your next Disney cruise.


From the tropical splendor of Disney’s very own Castaway Cay to the historic wonders of the Mediterranean, this 14-night transatlantic cruise offers a variety of unique places to visit. Call Raj Travel at 877-725-8728 or visit us at

Posted by: rajtravel | September 28, 2011

So get this….Flying over the holidays is going to cost more this year….Yes MORE… And trust me the longer you wait to book, the pricier it’s likely to get.

According to Expedia the average domestic airfare for the weeks of Thanksgiving and Christmas is $383, 4 percent higher than last year…Now that is expensive…..

But get this as airlines fly fewer routes to cut costs, there are fewer seats available. Flights are fuller than ever, and airlines can charge more.

Airlines have an additional reason to charge families more during the holiday season: there are fewer high-paying business travelers, and airlines need to make up for that loss of revenue.

My Suggestion is that you can save money by manipulating travel websites, planning itineraries that are a little less convenient and taking advantage of airfare refund policies.

A simple but valuable strategy: If you find a good fare, jump on it. The price might drop later on, but not much…well its hardly the case anyways….

Here are seven tips to help you save…..


Adding a couple of days to your trip before or after peak travel days can lower fares significantly. So can flying on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day or early on the morning of New Year’s Day. These days tend to be less busy.

A flight from Chicago to Seattle, leaving the Tuesday before Thanksgiving and returning Sunday, cost a whopping $420 on a recent search. A budget-conscious traveler could leave on the morning of Thanksgiving, return the following Monday and cut the airfare to $327…BINGO….

Most travel websites have search options that make it easy to find the cheapest days to travel.

Flying nonstop is ideal, but that convenience isn’t free. Booking an itinerary that includes one stop could save you $100 round-trip. Just make sure to leave plenty of time to connect so that even if your first flight is late, you don’t miss the second leg.

And be careful booking an itinerary that includes a stop in a cold-weather city. Last year, a Christmas weekend snowstorm on the East Coast caused more than 10,000 flight cancelations, stranding passengers for days.

Some airlines have a virtual monopoly at certain airports, allowing them to charge more. One of America’s most expensive airports is Cincinnati, which is dominated by Delta. To save money, many fliers instead choose airports in Dayton, Ohio, Louisville, Ky., or Indianapolis.

Other airports are expensive to fly in and out of because they lack a low-cost carrier to keep prices in check or because business travelers are the primary customers.


PICK TWO DIFFERENT AIRLINES  Most airlines now sell one-way flights at reasonable prices. One airline might be cheaper for the outbound flight and another for the return. You could even arrive at one airport and depart from another. Many sites automatically display these multi-carrier itineraries; others require separate searches.

Most big airlines allow passengers to cancel and rebook tickets purchased through their websites within 24 hours without penalty. After you book, check the next morning and see whether the price fell. Alaska, Continental, Delta, Southwest, United, US Airways and Virgin America all allow this.

The cheapest flight doesn’t always show up on every website. Expedia, Orbitz and Travelocity are the biggest online ticket-sellers. Sometimes better deals can be found on sites such as Kayak, Hipmunk, AirfareWatchdog, Yapta, FareCompare, CheapOair, Mobissimo and

Some airlines, like Southwest, aren’t included on many of these sites. Most airport websites list the airlines serving them. Look there to make sure you aren’t missing a carrier.

Hotel and car-rental reservations are typically refundable. Check frequently and rebook if prices have fallen. Alternatively, if you’re willing to commit, many hotels offer discounts for non-refundable bookings.

Hotels and car-rental companies frequently offer discounts to members of AAA and AARP and to government workers. They also have special rates for employees of certain companies. It never hurts to ask.


Posted by: rajtravel | September 22, 2011

How you can Avoid Baggage Fees

Dont you agree airline baggage fees is the biggest rip-off in the travel industry, beating out Wi-Fi charges at hotels, car rental fees and even timeshares.

I’m with you guys — I hate those fees. And while my personal strategy for avoiding them is to cram everything into a carry-on no matter how far or how long I’m traveling, that’s not the only way to outsmart the airlines. 

“Virtually all major airlines offer some kind of frequent flier program that includes baggage fee discounts or waivers for ‘elite’ or ‘preferred’ members. … If racking up 25,000 miles a year doesn’t seem attainable, consider applying for an airline credit card. Several major airlines waive checked bag fees for cardholders. For example, Delta SkyMiles cardholders can check one bag for free on Delta flights, and Continental Airlines Presidential Plus cardholders can check two bags for free.”

Of course, you’ll want to read the fine print before adding yet another piece of plastic to your wallet. The annual fee on the Delta SkyMiles credit card is $95 — so getting that free checked bag won’t pay off until you fly at least two round trips. (A single checked bag on Delta usually costs $25 each way.) Alternatively, if you travel with a buddy, you can cancel out that annual fee even sooner; the card grants a free checked bag not only to you but also to your travel companions — up to eight of them.

Meanwhile, Continental’s Presidential Plus card will set you back a whopping $395 per year. That fee gets you plenty of extra perks, such as waived foreign transaction fees and miles that never expire, but they may not be worth it if you only travel once or twice a year.

If you are traveling internationally….dont “OVERPACK”….and if you are traveling domestically…well some airline such as Southwest, Bags fly free with them….

My sister just came back from Fiji….she paid $200.00 for the overweight luggage…..i think that is ridiculous..for me, baggage fees are a major rip-off…..believe it or not.


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