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Give your family a fascinating introduction
to India, visiting the nation’s most
celebrated sights and seeking out tigers in
Ranthambore National Park. Explore the
cities of Delhi and Jaipur, and complete
this once-in-a-lifetime experience by
exploring rural Rajasthan by train and
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Fly to Delhi. Arrive the following day and transfer
to the historic Maidens Hotel (Deluxe Suite) for 2
nights. Late afternoon tour of old Delhi including
a visit to Chandi Chowk bazaar by rickshaw. (N)
Witness the changing of the guard ceremony
at the Presidents Palace, then take a walk
at India Gate, built in memory of the Indian
soldiers who fought in the first world war.
Continue to Qutb Minar to marvel at the 13thcentury
obelisk. This evening, prepare some
local dishes at a cookery class in an Indian
home. Eat what you prepare while enjoying an
evening of stories and traditions. (B, D)
Take a 2-hour train ride from Delhi to Agra.
Transfer to the Trident Agra for 2 nights
(interconnecting Deluxe Rooms). Afternoon at
leisure. Evening Kalakriti dance performance. (B)
Rise early to see the sun rise over the Taj Mahal.
Visit Agra Fort and a wildlife sanctuary that
cares for rescued dancing bears and elephants.
This evening, sample savoury snacks on a ‘chaat
crawl’ around Agra’s best street food stalls. (B)
Drive to Bharatpur (1.5 hours) and take a
rickshaw ride around the Keoladeo Bird
Sanctuary. Travel by train to Sawai Madhopur
and transfer (30 minutes) to Sawai Vilas for
2 nights. Explore Ranthambore Fort with its
resident monkeys and breathtaking views. (B, D)
Seek out tigers, sloth bears and monkeys on a
4x4 safari. Other wildlife to look out for includes
sambars, panthers and marsh crocodiles.
Afternoon at leisure or visit a local village and
school to learn about rural life. (B, L, D)
Drive to Jaipur and visit the Dera Amer elephant camp. Feed and walk with the
elephants before enjoying dinner at the camp.
Transfer to Trident Jaipur for 2 nights (Deluxe
Room). (B, D)
Explore the ‘Pink City’ including Amber Fort,
City Palace and the Jantar Mantar astronomical
Optional early morning balloon ride over rural
Jaipur. Travel by road to Deogarh for a 2-night
stay in the idyllic, family run Dev Shree. (B)
Take a scenic 1.5-hour train ride on a metregauge
railway, mixing with the local villagers
who join the train as it traverses the Aravalli
hills. Or take a tour of the local village, trying
you hand at a potter’s wheel and watching
local artisans at work. (B)
Travel to Udaipur, visiting Kumbhalgarh Fort en
route. Stay 3 nights at Fateh Garh. (B)
Spend a leisurely day visiting the City Palace,
Hathi Pol bazaar and the lakeside setting of
Udaipur. Late afternoon boat ride on Lake Pichola
to explore the island palace, Jag Mandir. (B)
Take a bike ride through the local villages
surrounding your hotel. Afternoon at leisure
followed by an evening stargazing session. (B)
Fly to Delhi for an overnight stay at Pride Plaza
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
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