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Welcome to India and the start of your holiday! You will be met at Delhi International Airport by our friendly local team and transferred to your hotel. At your specified time we have included return transfers to and from the Grand Prix (Tickets not included you need to purchase them here http://www.indian-grand-prix.com)
Today and tomorrow return transfers to and from the Grand Prix are included.
This morning, our Welcome Meeting takes place. We’ll then enjoy a morning sightseeing tour of Old Delhi, taking in the impressive Red Fort, Jama Masjid - India’s oldest and largest mosque. In the afternoon we drive around 4-5 hours to Agra. Evening at your leisure.
Bright and early you will visit the Taj Mahal for sunrise and a guided tour. We then return straight to Delhi airport around 4-5 hours drive for your flight to Mumbai that departs approximately 17:00. Arriving into Mumbai our friendly local team awaits to drive you to your hotel.
Enjoy a day at leisure to explore (Hotel check out 12 noon) you can leave your bags with the concierge service at the hotel. Tonight we will transfer you to the station for the Konkan Kanya Express train departing at 23:05.
Arriving at Goa station around 13:00 you will be taken to your hotel near Anjuna beach. (Casa Anjuna Boutique Hotel)
Enjoy the next few days in Anjuna at your leisure staying at the Casa Anjuna Boutique Hotel.
Today we will transfer you to South Goa and check into your 5 star beach resort the Park Hyatt Hotel. Day at leisure.
Sit back and relax here in this laid back coastal area of India, walk along palm fringed beaches looking for shells and watching the fishermen at work, or simply kick back and enjoy some fresh fruit cocktails served on a silver platter.
We will transfer you to the airport in time for your flight home.
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