We, Sair, know that this is not the best time to travel. As much as the pandemic has undermined us, we suggest you follow the government and WHO’s guidelines and only travel if it is essential. This issue is about raising awareness about the novel coronavirus epidemic and precautions of how to avoid it. Also, being a beacon for travelers, we will not let our readers be disappointed and will continue sharing travel stories and Inspirations after the epidemic ends.
Though travel is a no-no, Sair is committed to creating valuable experiences. So we are soon coming up with Sair Staycations. These curated stays are in some of the exotic locations of India, where you can enjoy controlled activities and work from home. All of these are designed in a way that the customer gets a peaceful environment in this chaotic predicament and can focus on work, if any, at the same time. With schools shutting, offices asking for work from homes, cinemas, museums, and public areas getting closed, such staycations will be a sigh of relief. If you live in metro cities, take your family in a vintage villa in Coorg, enjoy trekking, bonfires, games, and nature sightseeing or even working in a safe place. And Needless to say that these stays follow the maximum degree of cleanliness and hygiene. Moreover, we make sure that the cabs you use, and hotel/homestays you stay in, are disinfected, and the staff maintains social distancing, use masks and follow precautions in terms of hygiene. We also provide our customers with masks, hand-sanitizers, and tissues to maintain cleanliness and offer guidance in times of need.
Given the critical conditions, the Sair Reseller Support contact number will also act as a helpline for guiding while traveling. Please feel free to call us or Whatsapp us to know more. And finally, though it is not the best time to travel, do start planning for your summers as we have come up with travel plans and packages for the summers at low prices.
We look forward to listening to your tour plans and creating more experience. Please note that the precautions which are taken are from credible sources like WHO.
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