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Welcome to India and the start of your holiday. We will be there to meet you at the airport and will transfer you to your hotel. You have the rest of the day at leisure.
Enjoy a half day sightseeing tour of one of the most highly populated cities in the world, accommodating approximately 18 million people! Highlights include the Prince of Wales Museum, Gateway of India and Marine drive. You have the afternoon free.
Today you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to to Udaipur. It is an early one - departing Mumbai at 05.55 and arriving 07.40. On arrival you will be transferred to your hotel. You have the day free to explore.
This morning will consist of an orientation and sightseeing tour of Udaipur - including the City Palace and museum - before having a few hours in the afternoon to explore for yourselves.
Today we journey to Rohetgarh, which is about six hours away. On arrival you will be transferred to your hotel.
Today, we travel to Jodhpur, the largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur. Known as the Blue City, in reference to the indigo coloured buildings that dot the old city, and the local’s belief that blue acts as effective defence against mosquitoes! When you arrive enjoy free time to explore or simply relax and soak up the atmosphere.
Today you will enjoy some touring in this colourful Rajasthani city, taking in the mighty fort and bazaars of the old city which are gathered around the city’s tall clock tower. This afternoon is at your leisure to enjoy your hotels facilities or further exploration of the city.
Today will be spent driving to Jaisalmer, a medieval caravan outpost in the Thar Desert. The drive will take about 6 hours. Exquisite wood and sandstone buildings dot the town and within Jaisalmer Fort are homes, hotels and shops hidden in ancient lane ways.
Today enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of the city including the sandstone fort which is an imposing sight, towering magnificently over the city. Later this afternoon we will take you on an exciting camel safari on the Sam sand dunes. The evening is free and at your leisure to enjoy the city on your own.
Today we go to Bikaner, which is about eight hours away.
Today we have a half day sightseeing tour of the town. Much of the atmospheric old town which we will explore is still encircled by massive fortified walls. Within these walls are havelis, artisan shops and people going about their daily lives. We also visit the spectacular Junagarh Fort & museum, built between 1587 & 1593 during the rule of Rai Singh.
Today we journey to Jaipur 'The Pink City'. The drive is about seven hours.
This morning we visit the delicate pink, magnificent fort-palace of Amber - a wonderful example of Rajput architecture just north of Jaipur. Enjoy an afternoon sightseeing tour of the city. Rest of the evening is free and at your leisure.
After a relaxing breakfast we will head off to Agra home to of India's most famous monuments - the Taj Mahal. You have the rest of the day free.
After breakfast we head out to view the magnificent Taj Mahal. Enjoy your own time to explore and a guided tour of this once powerful Moghul emperor’s monument to love. Later we visit Agra fort built under the Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1565 that contains numerous palaces and a white marble mosque and the Baby Taj. Remainder of the day is at your leisure.
Today we journey to Delhi. On arrival you will be transferred to your hotel and you have the rest of the day free to explore.
Today we explore both Old and New Delhi - the order of New Delhi is a huge contrast to the unorganised chaos of the Old City. But both are just as appealing. Highlights we be the impressive Red Fort, Jama Masjid - India’s oldest and largest mosque, Raj Ghat - the site of Gandhi’s cremation and more.
Today, you bid farewell to Incredible India as we transfer you to the airport for your departing flight.
A flamboyant showcase of Rajasthani architecture and a firm favourite on tourist itineraries as the third corner of India’s ‘Golden ...