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North India

Romancing the Taj

Surely One of the most romantic monuments of the world, the Taj Mahal is a must on the itinerary of every visitor to India. Designed and built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to the luminescent beauty of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, after her death in 1631, a single visit does not do justice to the Taj. Like the famed beauty of the women it pays tribute to the monument changes with the light. It presents different facets at different times, and there are exquisite details it reveals hesitantly, almost shyly, to those who take the time.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
 
DAY 02 DELHI After a morning at leisure, a tour introduces you to the city of New Delhi. Drive through the colonial heritage of Lutyen’s Delhi and on to a closer look at the Qutab Minar and Humayun’s Tomb. Review your day at home with an Indian family over dinner, or attend a music/theatre performance.

DAY 03 DELHI Explore the Mughal capital of Shahjahanabad, better known today as old Delhi. Opposite the Red Fort stretch the bustling streets of Chandni Chowk which are visited on rickshaws.

DAY 04 DELHI ~ AGRA Leave for Agra at dawn. Visit the Taj Mahal and other monuments in the city. Return to the Taj at sun­set to see it fired by a different palette.

DAY 05 AGRA ~ JAIPUR Watch the pearly light of dawn paint delicate hues on the Taj before driving out to Jaipur. Stop en route to explore the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri or the Keo­ladeo Gana National Park.

DAY 06 JAIPUR Morning is a good time for the elephant ride up to the ramparts of Amber Fort. Your afternoon is dedicated to city sightseeing.

DAY 07  DELHI DEPARTURE   Drive back to Delhi. You are checked in for the day and free to explore or shop before transferring to the airport in time for your flight out






















The Taj & Beyond

AS MUCH AS she is known for her culture and civilisation, India is also famous for the range of her natural habitats that continue to provide sanctuary to a wide variety of wildlife – plants, birds and animals.
The vast man-made wetlands that are a major feature of the Keoladeo Gana National Park attract as many as 375 species of birds every year, many of them migrants from as far away as Siberia and Mongolia. The annual transformation of the park to a cacophonic nursery is an event eagerly awaited by birdwatchers across the globe.
In the shadow of the brooding silhouette of the Ranthambore Fort, lies tiger country and the powerful king of the jungle seems to know this. You may also spot other carnivores such as the caracal, panther and leopard.
Combining these with the pinnacles of the ‘golden triangle’ – Delhi, Agra, Jaipur – this itinerary strikes the perfect balance between the man-made and the natural.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airportfol­lowed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI After a morning at leisure, an afternoon tour introduces you to the city of New Delhi. Enjoy your welcome dinner at a speciality restaurant.
DAY 03 DELHI Explore the Mughal capital of Shahjahanabad, better known today as Old Delhi.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ AGRA Drive to Agra. Visit the Taj Mahal and other monuments in the city. Return to the Taj at sunset to see it fired by a different palette.
DAY 05 AGRA ~ BHARATPUR Leave early to stop at the desert­ed city of Fatehpur Sikri en route to Bharatpur.
DAY 06 BHARATPUR ~ RANTHAMBORE Morning round of birdwatching. Drive onto Ranthambore for 2 nights.
DAY 07 RANTHAMBORE A day dedicated to the wilderness.
DAY 08 RANTHAMBORE ~ JAIPUR Enjoy a game drive early in the morning. Drive to Jaipur after breakfast.
DAY 09 JAIPUR Go majestically up to the ramparts of Amber Fort on elephant back in the morning. Jaipur can be toured in the afternoon.
DAY 10 JAIPUR ~ DELHI ~ DEPARTURE Drive back to your hotel in Delhi. The day is at leisure for last minute shopping. Trans­fer to the airport in time for your flight out.


 Classic Rajasthan

A LEGENDARY LAND defined by the patchwork of kingdoms and principalities that were, till independence, ruled by maharajas, rajas, ranas and rawals. Bards that roam the countryside, picking out complex tunes on single-stringed instruments, still sing of heroic battles, chivalry and sacrifices.
Silent, rocky outcrops transform themselves into proud stone forts that stand sentinel over
the land. It is not difficult to imagine rank upon rank of loyal warriors streaming down
the hillside ready for battle. If you listen carefully, the breath of the breeeze brings you
faint echoes of clashing armour, neighing of horses and above it all, the spine-chilling
trumpet of a charging elephant. Today, many of the forts and palaces have
opened their doors to visitors as luxury hotels and resorts. Often run by members of the erstwhile ruling
families, these have given a new lease of life not only to the building but also to the culture. Staying here is to almost  travel back in time – to an era that was gracious, graceful and romantic.

Starting from Delhi, the capital of modern India, this itinerary takes you across the state, bringing alive the vibrant colours of the desert state. Visit Manvar or Osiyan on the sand dunes and the great kingdoms of Rajputana – Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur, Jaipur where even so many years after democracy handed power to the people, the old ways live on. In most places, erstwhile rulers are still addressed as ‘father’, ‘protector’, ‘provider of food’, and command both respect and loyalty. And, though the pomp and ceremony may not compare with what it was in the old days, just a glimpse of the shadow of a royal lifestyle can be a
fascinating and memorable experience.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI The afternoon’s sightseeing introduces you to the different faces of the capital – contemporay Indian, Raj relic, conservative Hindu, Mughal …
DAY 03 DELHI Visit the old Mughal capital of Shahjahanabad focussed around Red Fort and Chandini Chowk.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ MANDAWA The drive to Mandawa takes about five hours, which gives you the afternoon to explore the famous havelis of the region.
DAY 05 MANDAWA ~ BIKANER Five hours by road north west of Mandawa brings you to Bikaner. The Junagarh Fort and the camel breeding farm are on the not-to-be-missed list here.
DAY 06 BIKANER ~ JAISALMER Since you will be spending two nights in this beautiful desert town, the first day gives you a break from sightseeing
DAY 07 JAISALMER Devoted to exploring the town, its spectac­ular fort, havelis and temples.
DAY 08 JAISALMER ~ MANVAR / OSIYAN Experience desert at Manvar or at Osiyan with a camel safari, fiery sunset and nights cold enough to gather around a bonfire
DAY 09 MANVAR ~ JODHPUR Travel to Jodhpur. Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, Old Fort Museum and Balsamand Lake are just some of the sights you will visit post lunch.
DAY 10 JODHPUR ~ UDAIPUR Stop at the little village of Ranakpur that has some outstanding intricately carved tem­ples. At Udaipur the evening is at leisure for you to enjoy as you will.
DAY 11 UDAIPUR The day is devoted to exploring this lake city, famous for its palaces, lakes, museums, temples, and gardens.
DAY 12 UDAIPUR ~ DEOGARH The magnificent Deogarh Palace now functions as a heritage hotel. Visit the village for an intimate experience of rural life.
DAY 13 DEOGARH ~ SAMODE Located just outside Jaipur this lovely little village is the perfect place from where to explore that city.
DAY 14 SAMODE A morning excursion to the ramparts of Amber Fort gives you the afternoon to visit sites and tour the bustling lanes of Jaipur’s bazaars.
DAY 15 SAMODE ~ AGRA On the drive to Agra a halt at the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri or Keoladeo Ghana National Park can be arranged.
DAY 16 AGRA ~ DELHI Visit the magnificent Taj Mahal and other exquisite monuments that are part of Agra’s heritage. Drive back to Delhi in the afternoon.
DAY 17 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.



Highlights of Rajasthan

THOUGH IT DOES not traverse very many cities, this itinerary encapsulates the colour and vibrancy of
the region. Introduction to the palimpsest that is India, are the seven cities of Delhi, amicably rubbing shoulders with modern cosmopolitan living. Agra adds further insight, particularly to the Mughal era. As tribute to the golden age of culture that it nurtured stands that ‘monument to eternal love’ – the Taj Mahal. The interplay of cultures is clearly visible in Rajasthan, but there are forts, such as the one at
Kumbalgarh near Deogarh, that proudly assert they have never been successfully assailed.
Mumbai, on the other hand, wears her multi­cultural identity with pride.

At the edge of the Thar Desert stands Jodhpur, one of the three most powerful of the erstwhile kingdoms of Rajasthan. The splendour of its imposing fort, glory of the many palaces and havelis and vibrant attraction of its bazaars make it one of the most popular destinations in Rajasthan. Charming Deogarh is off the beaten track, and the warm hospitality of the royal family makes it the ideal base for excursions to surrounding attractions.
From the craggy outcrops of the Aravali through the desert and into the green oasis of Udaipur you travel before linking up in international air schedules at Mumbai.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport fol­lowed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI After a morning at leisure, a tour introduces you to the city of New Delhi. Sundown takes you to a Hindu temple to be part of the evening prayer.
DAY 03 DELHI Explore Old Delhi, Shahjahanabad of the Mughals, still a vital, throbbing city of distinctive character.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ AGRA The express train to Agra leaves at dawn. The luminescent marble of the Taj expresses many moods, a single visit will not do justice. Return in the evening after having explored the town.
DAY 05 AGRA ~ JAIPUR Watch the pearly light of dawn paint delicate hues on the Taj before driving out to Jaipur. Halt en route at the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri or the Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
DAY 06 JAIPUR ~ JODHPUR Morning is a good time for the elephant back climb up to the ramparts of Amber Fort.It leaves the afternoon to explore the city. Travel to Jodhpur by the evening flight.
DAY 07 JODHPUR The ancient stronghold of Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, Old Fort Museum and Balsamand Lake are some of sights you will visit.
DAY 08 JODHPUR ~ DEOGARH Enjoy the hospitality of the royal family at the magnificent Deogarh Palace, which is now a heritage hotel. A visit to the village gives you an intimate insight into rural life.
DAY 09 DEOGARH ~ UDAIPUR Not very far away is Udaipur, the city of lakes, palaces, museums, temples, and gardens, all of which you will visit during the day.
DAY 1O UDAIPUR The morning is at leisure to enjoy and relax, and take a boat to explore the lakes.
DAY 11 UDAIPUR ~ MUMBAI ~ DEPARTURE Fly to Mumbai in the morning. Spend time sightseeing or shopping while you wait to be transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.


Pushkar a cultural odyssey
WONDERFUL INSIGHTS to the throbbing commercial centres of Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Mumbai dazzles and not only because of the sunshine glinting off the sea.  It is the dream that glows in the eyes of the many who find their way here. Explore the colonial Gateway of India, frenetic bazaars in and around Crawford Market, the wealth of the museums … but Ahmedabad awaits, an old city rich in tradition and culture, with museums, stepwells, the Gandhi Ashram and many more sights.
Rajasthan brings a change of pace. Tranquil settings appreciate God’s endless bounty and exquisitely detailed, elaborate temples pay tribute to it – the Dilwara Jain temples near Mt Abu and the ancient Sun Temple at Modera in Gujrat visited enroute. The Sleepy little  town of Pushkar has the only temple dedicated to Brahma, the creator in the Hindu trinity. It comes alive for the annual Pushkar fair, when it is buried under the sea of humanity that descends upon it for a ritual bath in the lake and to participate in the cattle fair. While at Ajmer is the dargah of the renowned Sufi saint Moinudin Chisti, who is said to have blessed Mughal emperor Akbar with an heir, where believers still ask for boons.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Mumbai airport and transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 MUMBAI After the morning at leisure, set out to tour the sights of the city.
DAY 03 MUMBAI ~ AHMEDABAD A short morning flight gets you to Ahmedabad. You have the day to sightsee.
DAY 04 AHMEDABAD ~ MOUNT ABU The ancient Sun Temple at Modhera is visited en route; the exquisite Dilwara Jain tem­ples in the afternoon.
DAY 05 MOUNT ABU ~ UDAIPUR The morning’s leisure allows you to enjoy Mount Abu. Drive out to Udaipur, the city of lakes and palaces, later in the day.
DAY 06 UDAIPUR The entire day is dedicated to taking in the sights of this beautiful city.
DAY 07 UDAIPUR ~ ROHETGARH The drive to Rohetgarh takes in Ranakpur and its ornamented Jain temples, as well as lunch at the Maharani Bagh Orchard Resort.
DAY 08 ROHETGARH Visit Jodhpur, returning to the warm hos­pitality of the Rohetgarh royal family in the evening.
DAY 09 ROHETGARH ~ PUSHKAR Drive on to Pushkar to see the only temple dedicated to Brahma, the Creator in the Hindu Trinity, and the famous Dargah of the Sufi saint Mohammad Chisti in the nearby town of Ajmer.
DAY 10 PUSHKAR ~ JAIPUR Leave for Jaipur after breakfast. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the colourful bazaars of the pink city.
DAY 11 JAIPUR Morning is a good time to climb up to the ram­parts of Amber Fort on elephant back. The many attractions of Jaipur are toured in the afternoon.
DAY 12 JAIPUR ~ AGRA Leave for Agra in the morning, it will give you time to visit the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri en route. The luminescent marble of the Taj expresses many moods, a single visit will not do justice. Return in the evening after having explored the town.
DAY 13 AGRA ~ DELHI Drive to Delhi, taking a break at a small village en route. Sundown takes you to a Hindu temple to be part of the evening prayer.
DAY 14 DELHI The day is devoted to visiting the sights.
DAY 15 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.
NOTE Additional night at Pushkar during the Fair.


Traversing Rajasthan
This tour takes in the wide variety of landscape that add a new dimension to this fascinating land. Starting from the modern capital of Delhi you stop at Agra to pay tribute to the magnificence of the Taj. From there to the wet land of Keoladeo Ghana Natioanl Park that attracts avian life from as far as Siberia and Mongolia.

The rocky Aravali is not far, and the strategic advantage of the fort at Amber is clearly revealed. With Jaipur behind you the land gets more arid. Every now and then a herd of sheep and goats accompanied by a few straggling camels joins the road to the scenic 16th century castle at Khimsar.  The golden sands of the Thar shift around the ancient desert cities of Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner. This is arid country and the warm
monochromatic tint is relieved by vividity of colours and flashing smiles worn by the people. Located on the banks of Lake Pichola, Udaipur turns green again. Lush forested hills, where wildlife still abounds surround the settlement, while from little islands in the lake, palaces of pure white marble rise out of the water.


DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI After a morning at leisure, a tour introduces you to the city of New Delhi. Explore the Mughal capital of Shahjahanabad, better known today as Old Delhi.
DAY 03 DELHI ~ AGRA Drive out to Agra at dawn, You can check in and take the time to refresh yourself at your hotel before viewing the Taj Mahal and other monuments in the city. Return to the Taj at sunset to see it fired by a different palette.
DAY 04 AGRA ~ BHARATPUR Welcome the new day at the Taj before driving out to Bharatpur. The evening is a good time to visit the Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
DAY 05 BHARATPUR ~ JAIPUR On the way to Jaipur stop to explore the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri.
DAY 06 JAIPUR Visit Amber Fort on elephant back in the morning before setting out on a city tour of Jaipur
DAY 07 JAIPUR ~ KHIMSAR A long drive to Khimsar where you spend the night at the castle.
DAY 08 KHIMSAR Spend the day at leisure.
DAY 09 KHIMSAR ~ BIKANER The drive to Bikaner can be accomplished in the morning, leaving the afternoon free to tour the town and Junagarh Fort.
DAY 10 BIKANER ~ JAISALMER Leave for the medieval town of Jaisalmer. Your day there is at leisure.
DAY 11 JAISALMER Extensive sightseeing in and around Jaisalmer, and a camel safari at Sam sand dunes.
DAY 12 JAISALMER ~ JODHPUR Arriving at Jodhpur in the morning, you can spend the day exploring the city.
DAY 13 JODHPUR ~ UDAIPUR Visit the Ranakpur temples on the way to Udaipur.
DAY 14 UDAIPUR Spend the day sight-seeing in and around Udaipur, including a boat-ride on Lake Pichola.
DAY 15 UDAIPUR ~ DELHI After a morning at leisure fly back to Delhi in the afternoon.
DAY 16 DELHI ~ DEPARTURE The day is free for independent activity and last minute shopping before you transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.


Royalty & Tigers
A WONDERFUL ITINERARY that introduces you to Royal Rajasthan as a guest in some of its most spectacular forts and palaces. It also takes you into the dense forests of Ranthambore to meet the king of the jungle in his home ground. Both experiences are the stuff family legends are made of.

New Delhi, the contemporary manifestation of the many cities that have occupied this site is where you begin. Having toured the gems of her colonial heritage and turned the pages of history to earlier days: Agra is the first halt. The Taj, recognized as a World Heritage Monument is not to be missed, nor is it to be visited hurriedly. A loving tribute to a lady of extraordinary beauty, it has many moods – all of which have to be seen to be appreciated.
 
From there on to Jaipur, the imposing Fort of Amber, gateway to Rajasthan. The Royal Bengal Tiger waits in the shadow of another magnificent fort at Ranthambore. Approach with care – you may not be granted audience though he will make sure he catches a glimpse of you.
 
In contrast a warm welcome awaits in the palaces of Rajasthan. Turbaned family retainers will take care of your every need, wait on your smallest command, even as soft whispers of history echo in the rooms around you.
 
DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI The afternoon tour introduces the capital of the world’s largest democratic republic as well as the colonial and imperial city.
DAY 03 DELHI Visit old Delhi, the historic Mughal city of Shahjanabad, the Red Fort within the walls of which it was protected, and the busy market of Chandini Chowk.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ AGRA Drive to Agra this morning. Visit the Taj, then other monuments and return to see the setting sun paint the Taj in fiery hues.
DAY 05 AGRA ~ JAIPUR En route to Jaipur, explore the aban­doned red sandstone city of Fatehpur Sikri. There is also time to make a detour to Bharatpur if you want to.
DAY 06 JAIPUR Explore Amber fort and Jaipur
DAY 07 JAIPUR ~ RANTHAMBORE Getting to Ranthambore by the afternoon, an evening safari into the forest is possible if you want to see the jungle prepare for the night that lies ahead.
DAY 08 RANTHAMBORE The natural beauty and wealth of wildlife within the reserve fill the day.
DAY 09 RANTHAMBORE ~ KOTA Drive to Kota in the morning so that you have the afternoon to explore.
DAY 10 KOTA ~ UDAIPUR Bundi’s Taragarh Fort and the palace can be seen en route to the lake city of Udaipur.
DAY 11 UDAIPUR The morning is devoted to sightseeing. You can also go boating on Lake Pichola.
DAY 12 UDAIPUR ~ DEOGARH You are a guest of the royal family. Visit the village for a glimpse into rural life.
DAY 13 DEOGARH ~ JODHPUR Take a break on the way to Jodhpur to admire the intricate ornamentation of the Ranakpur temples. Jodhpur and the imposing fort that over­looks it will be explored in the afternoon.
DAY 14 JODHPUR ~ DELHI A flight takes you back to Delhi. Relax or shop on this last day.
DAY 15 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.




The heritage trail
India is a study in contrasts. The fast-paced cosmopolitan style of life in the metros is difficult to imagine whilst traversing the vast tranquility of her countryside. Elaborate, awe-inspiring architecture of the urban areas, complements the simplicity of rural homes.

The itinerary takes first time visitors, as well as those who want more, on a journey of discovery that begins in the capital city of Delhi and moves on to Agra, home of the Taj Mahal as well as other jewels of a golden ara. Rajasthan is replete with sprawling, stone-faced forts that, perched high on craggy hilltops are marvel of defensive building. Elaborate palaces and richly ornamented temples dot the town and cities with an exuberance that celebrates the skilled hands of the craftman. The highlight of the tour is, perhaps, the ancient magic that fills the caves of Ajanta and Ellora near Aurangabad in Maharashtra.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport, followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI Acquaint yourself with the architecture of the Raj before going back in history at Qutab Minar and Humayun’s tomb.
DAY 03 DELHI Explore Old Delhi in the morning. The evening offers  a cultural show to accompany dinner.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ AGRA The express train leaves for Agra at dawn. Begin the day’s sightseeing with a visit to the Taj.
DAY 05 AGRA ~ JAIPUR Another early start will allow you to stop at Fatehpur Sikri, abandoned because of water shortage. For wildlife enthusiasts, the Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a good place to stop.
DAY 06 JAIPUR Go up the ramparts of Amber on elephant back in the cool of the morning. Jaipur can be explored in the after­noon when the bazaars come alive.
DAY 07 JAIPUR ~ JODHPUR The morning is free to pursue your interest. The flight to Jodhpur leaves in the evening.
DAY 08 JODHPUR On the must-see list are the formidable Mehrangarh fort and Jaswant Thada.
DAY 09 JODHPUR ~ UDAIPUR The Ranakpur temples are on the way from Jodhpur to Udaipur and are conveniently com­bined with lunch at the Maharani Bagh Orchards.
DAY 10 UDAIPUR The maharajas of Udaipur have had a pas­sion for collecting art. The collection is worth viewing along with the other sights in this beautiful city.
DAY 11 UDAIPUR-AURANGABAD Take the morning flight to Aurangabad via Mumbai. The city has a fascinating imitation of the Taj built by one of the later Mughals in memory of his mother.
DAY 12 AURANGABAD Full day excursion to the Buddhist caves at Ajanta and Ellora.
DAY 13 AURANGABAD ~ MUMBAI The flight back to Mumbai is in the morning. You have the afternoon to tour the city.
DAY 14 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.


Lesser known gems of RaJasthan
HIDDEN AWAY out of sight just off the main tourist track, are some lovely small palaces and hunting lodges of erstwhile maharajas. Linked to make up a complete itinerary, they provide a unique experience and exposure to aspects of the country you may not otherwise notice.

Reputed to be impregnable, Kumbalgarh stands proudly along the border of Jodhpur and Udaipur. On its massive ramparts six horsemen could ride abreast. To this day, it remains a stern and forbidding sentinel over the countryside. In comparison, Udaipur is soft – a lush oasis in the midst of a harsh land, with gentle waves lapping at the feet of marble palaces. A slow boat ride across the lake reveals the beauty of the city, the richly ornamented havelis that line the banks and the social activity along the ghats. Almost at the gates of Jaipur, the richly decorated and elegantly managed Samode Palace takes you back in time – to when the rhythm of ankle bells beckoned from mirrored halls and soft whispers of intrigue scurried around the zenana. Echoes of the past are drowned by the cacophony of birdsong that carries to the little village of Nimaj overlooking the Chhatra Sagar Dam, while the fort of Devigarh has been innovatively converted into a beautiful boutique hotel with minimal interiors concept and spa and wellness programmes.
DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport fol­lowed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI The afternoon’s sightseeing introduces you to the different faces of the capital - contemporay Indian, Raj relic, conservative Hindu, Mughal…
DAY 03 DELHI Visit the old Mughal capital of Shahjahanabad focussed around Red Fort and Chandini Chowk. Review your day at home with an Indian family over dinner or attend a music or theatre performance.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ SAMODE A five-hour drive brings you to the personalised hospitality at Samode, located just outside Jaipur.
DAY 05 SAMODE Discover Jaipur city and Amber fort.
DAY 06 SAMODE ~ NIMAJ Stop in Ajmer en route to the tiny vil­lage of Nimaj on the banks of Chhatra Sagar lake
DAY 07 NIMAJ ~ ROHETGARH Drive to Rohetgarh near Jodhpur for a two-day sojourn. The day is yours to plan. Alter­natively, take a jeep safari to nearby tribal villages.
DAY 08 ROHETGARH Acquaint yourself with Jodhpur, the imposing Mehrangarh fort and Jaswant Thada.
DAY 09 ROHETGARH ~ KUMBALGARH Drive to the hill fort of Kumbhalgarh where you will stay at the hunting lodge of the erstwhile Maharaja.
DAY 10 KUMBHALGARH ~ DEVIGARH Having explored the fort, enjoy a short horse safari if time permits. Later in the day drive to Devigarh.
DAY 11 DEVIGARH ~ UDAIPUR ~ DEVIGARH  Take a day excur­sion to Udaipur to see the sights and enjoy a boat ride on Lake Pichola.
DAY 12 DEVIGARH ~ MUMBAI You have the morning at leisure. Your flight to Mumbai is in the evening
DAY 13 MUMBAI  Enjoy the vibrant intermingling of traditional and contemporary cosmopolitan spirit of the city as you visit heritage sights.
DAY 14 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out
NOTE In summer stay at Kuchaman Fort instead of Nimaj.

Classic North India

FROM THE HEART of modern India at New Delhi to the sweeping ghats of the holy city of Varanasi; from the urban jungle that is Bombay to the dense natural wilderness of Ranthambore. The magnificent sweep of this itinerary covers the classic cities of North India — Varanasi (Benaras) and Khajuraho, besides giving you a glimpse of Rajasthan, the Taj Mahal and one of the country’s leading wildlife sanctuaries.
Start with an introduction to the city of New Delhi, much of whose heritage from the British Raj is now symbolic of the world’s largest democracy. See the Qutab Minar, the 12th century tower of victory; Humayun’s tomb, a precursor to the Taj Mahal; Old Delhi, the former Mughal Capital.
Situated on the west banks of the Ganges River, Varanasi is also known as Kashi or ‘City of Light’. With a legacy that goes back more than 3000 years, it has the distinction of being the oldest living city on earth. The sculptural beauty of the temples at Khajuraho have made them a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by the Chandela rulers in 9th and 10th century, the temples are widely regarded as being the pinnacle of north Indian temple architecture. Row upon row of gods and goddesses, dancers and maidens, warriors and beasts rise up to the sky, perfectly proportioned, to be viewed from ground level. Once the capital of Bundela kings, the town of Orchha is today the site of some magnificent ruins and three outstanding temples. Located on an island created by the looping of the slow moving Betwa River, the town remains one of the
most beautiful of the country’s ancient settlements.
Come back to Delhi after a wild break at Ranthambore, completing the ‘golden triangle’ with visits to Agra to view the majestic beauty of the Taj and other exquisite monuments, and the pink city of Jaipur.

 
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DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at New Delhi air­port followed by transfer to the hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI A slow start to the first day gives you time to unwind before your introduction to New Delhi, both as the British visualised it and as it has taken shape since Independence.
DAY 03 DELHI Visit the old city, established by the Mughals as their capital after Agra.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ VARANASI A morning flight takes you to Varanasi. Sarnath, just outside the city is where the Buddha preached his first major sermon following enlightenment. Come back before sunset, in time for the prayer ceremony on the ghats.
DAY 05 VARANASI ~ KHAJURAHO The early morning boat ride on the river Ganges provides an unmatched view of the various ghats and the ceremonies being performed. Your flight to Khajuraho is about noon, so you can explore the temples in the afternoon or evening.
DAY 06 KHAJURAHO ~ ORCHA ~ JHANSI ~ AGRA Drive to Jhansi via Orcha, where you stop to admire the temples and have lunch. The express train to Agra leaves from Jhansi.
DAY 07 AGRA The luminescent marble of the Taj expresses many moods, a single visit will not do justice. Return in the evening after having explored the town.
DAY 08 AGRA ~ RANTHAMBHORE  Drive to Ranthambhore enroute visiting Fatehpur Sikri and Stepwells of Abhaneri.
DAY 09 RANTHAMBHORE Early morning is the best time to spot animals so you go out with the first game drives.
DAY 10  RANTHAMBHORE – JAIPUR  Drive to Jaipur in the morning. Rest of the day at leisure
DAY 11  JAIPUR  Explore Amber fort in the cool of the morning; tour Jaipur in the afternoon.
DAY 12 JAIPUR – DEVIGARH  Fly to Udaipur in the morning but spend the day at leisure enjoying Devigarh
DAY 13  DEVIGARH  A fullday excursion to Udaipur City and the Ranakpur temples
DAY 14  DEVIGARH – UDAIPUR – MUMBAI  Fly to Udaipur early in the morning. You then have the day to tour the city.
DAY 15  DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out

 
Temples of the North & the Taj

VARANASI, THE CENTRE of the Hindu universe, has maintained without break a religious tradition that goes back to the sixth century BC. In all these years, great sages, teachers and students have sought answers at the ghats. Amongst these have been the Buddha, Mahavira, Shankaracharya and many others. Others look for release from life’s cycle, and cremation here in Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganges, is one way of attaining it.
The temples of Khajuraho also promise enlightenment. †he erotica that they have gained such notoriety for has its basis in tantric belief. There are only a few of these panels; the temples, particularly Kandariya Mahadev, in their proportions, embellishment and composition represent the best of North Indian temple architecture.
To a visit to these cities, the itinerary adds a trip to the Taj Mahal – that striving for perfection in the expression of eternal love. The result is a near perfect tour of classical north.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at New Delhi airport followed by transfer to the hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI A slow start to the first day gives you time to unwind before your introduction to New Delhi, both as the British visualised it and as it has taken shape since Independence.
DAY 03 DELHI Visit the old city, established by the Mughals as their capital after Agra.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ VARANASI A morning flight takes you to Varanasi. Sarnath, just outside the city is where the Buddha preached his first major sermon following enlightenment. Come back before sunset, in time for the prayer ceremony on the ghats.
DAY 05 VARANASI ~ KHAJURAHO The early morning boat ride on the river Ganges provides an unmatched view of the various ghats and the ceremonies being performed. Your flight to Khajuraho is about noon, so you can explore the temples in the afternoon or evening.
DAY 06 KHAJURAHO ~ ORCHA ~ JHANSI ~ AGRA Drive to Jhansi via Orcha, where you stop to admire the temples and have lunch. The express train to Agra leaves from Jhansi.
DAY 07 AGRA The luminescent marble of the Taj expresses many moods, a single visit will not do justice. Return in the evening after having explored the town.
DAY 08 AGRA ~ DELHI Drive back to Delhi where the after­noon is your own to go shopping!
DAY 09 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.



The Central Provinces
The forested state of Madhya Pradesh also retains some of the most pristine environment in the country. Many of its towns and villages are dependant on narrow single track roads for contact with the outside world – which makes it a wonderful place to visit if you are looking for something more than overtly touristy circuits. Accomodation, though not luxurious, is comfortable.
Ancient temples, forts, palaces, wildlife parks, this itinerary has it all. The massive, nearly 3­km fort at Gwalior is a formidable structure richly embellished with carvings. Within it shelter some outstanding temples and palaces. Datia is another fort that is not to be missed. Together these two forts reveal the finest aspects of Rajput architecture. Not too far away Orcha and the World Heritage Site of Khajuraho show you the best of the ancient North Indian style of sculpural temple architecture.
Should the Bandhavgarh National Park fire your enthusiasm, an extension to Kanha National Park is possible if you have an additional three days time.

AY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI The afternoon’s sightseeing introduces you to the different faces of the capital - contemporay Indian, Raj relic, conservative Hindu, Mughal …
DAY 03 DELHI Visit the bustling lanes of Old Delhi after touring the austere beauty of the Red Fort, seat of Mughal power until the 1857. On the way back stop at the tranquil gardens of Raj Ghat dedicated to the ‘Father of the Nation‘ Mahatma Gandhi.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ AGRA The early morning express train takes you to Agra. Check into the hotel before your first visit to the Taj and the numerous other attractions the city offers. Return to the Taj to see the setting sun touch it with gold.
DAY 05 AGRA ~ GWALIOR An early start to the day will get you to Gwalior in time to enjoy an afternoon’s sightsee­ing. Gwalior Fort, which overlooks the town and now houses a school, is a lovely sight in the evening.
DAY 06 GWALIOR ~ DATIA ~ ORCHA En route to the scenic town of Orcha on the banks of the Betwa stop at Datia. The sprawling palace is one of the finest examples of Rajput architecture.
DAY 07 ORCHA ~ KHAJURAHO Leave Orcha after early breakfast to explore the Khajuraho temple complex in the afternoon. There is also a sound and light show at the
temples in the evening that is well worth attending.
DAY 08 KHAJURAHO ~ BANDHAVGARH Check in for three nights at the Bandhavgarh National Park.
DAY 09 & 10 BANDHAVGARH Track the leopard, wild dog, jackal, deer and the Royal Bengal Tiger. Birdwatchers also have wonderful opportunities to view rarely seen avians.
DAY 11 BANDHAVGARH ~ DELHI A last elephant ride into the park before you transfer to Katni to take the overnight train back to Delhi.
DAY 12 DEPARTURE Day rooms have been booked for you to relax until it is time to transfer to the airport for your flight out.
OPTIONAL EXTENSION 4-nights at Kanha, day 11 onwards.








Highlights of North India

THIS TOUR TAKES you to eastern Uttar Pradesh and Awadh, that legendary centre of nawabi etiquette and culture. Be it cuisine, clothes, music or dance, Awadh and the Nawabs were more refined than any. Lucknow rapidly grew to be the cultural capital of Northern India. It even developed its own distinctive style of architecture. The buildings of the French architect Le Martinere, the British residency and the Imambaras of the muslim Nawabs are amongst the foremost examples of the diversity of this style. Further east, on the banks of the River Ganges lies the ancient, seemingly unchanged city of Varanasi, the holiest of cities for Hindus, its temple spires reaching upward to the sky. Khajuraho too, is known for its temples, built in the 9th and 10th century by the Chandela dynasty, they are part of a World Heritage Site, as is the the Taj Mahal, built by Shah Jahan for his beloved Mumtaz Mahal in the 17th century. One of the most beautiful building in the world, it took about 20,000 workers 12 years to complete.
The itinerary also includes Jaipur and Udaipur with their beautifully painted havelis and light, airy palaces. And though it does not linger there it also stops at the cosmopolitan capital of Maharastra, Mumbai.
 
DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI Take the morning to refresh yourself. Then set out to get acquainted with the capital city.
DAY 03 DELHI Old Delhi makes for fascinating sightseeing with the commercial bustle of Chandini Chowk in complete contrast to the dignified solidity of the Red Fort.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ LUCKNOW The morning flight to Lucknow frees the rest of the day for sightseeing.
DAY 05 LUCKNOW ~ VARANASI After exploring the city in the morning, take the afternoon train to Varanasi.
DAY 06 VARANASI The early morning activity on the ghats is best viewed from a boat. Explore the city during the day and return to the ghats in time for evening prayers.
DAY 07 VARANASI ~ BANDHAVGARH Take a train to Katni and then drive on to Bandavgarh National Park.
DAY 08 BANDHAVGARH Track the tiger at home.
DAY 09 BANDHAVGARH ~ KHAJURAHO After a morning of game viewing, take the long drive to Khajuraho.
DAY 10 KHAJURAHO Visit the temples in the morning and enjoy the sound and light show in the evening.
DAY 11 KHAJURAHO ~ ORCHA ~ AGRA Leave in the morning to get to Orcha in time to see its famous temples before board­ing the afternoon train to Agra.
DAY 12 AGRA Take things easy as you visit the Taj Mahal and the Fort over the day.
DAY 13 AGRA ~ JAIPUR On the way to Jaipur the silent, red sandstone sprawl of the Fatehpur Sikri is worth the halt.
DAY 14 JAIPUR ~ UDAIPUR The pink city of Jaipur awaits exploration. Your flight to Udaipur leaves in the evening.
DAY 15 UDAIPUR You have all day to explore the gracious palaces and havelis that the city is famed for.
DAY 16 UDAIPUR ~ MUMBAI Your flight to Mumbai is in the morning. The afternoon tour will show you Mumbai’s colonial heritage.
DAY 17 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time  for your flight out.


Lesser known gems of central India
Definitly not for the first time visitor, this itinerary visits the very heart of central India. The unindustrialized heart covered with thick forests interspersed with ancient forts and palaces.The tour includes the ancient caves in Bhimbhetka. More than 600 rock caves and shelters covered with paintings depicting the life of hunters and gatherers of upper paleolithic times. It also takes you to Sanchi, the largest Buddhist site in the India, which includes the stupas that originally contained relics of the Buddhas disciples. And, on the looking down on the densely forested countryside the ruins of the 23 sq km fort of Mandu. Now home to the leopard and panther, it was once known as the ‘City of Joy’ and redolent with palaces, pools, gardens, and pavilions.


DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI Take it easy in the morning before setting out to tour New Delhi in the afternoon.
DAY 03 DELHI Explore Old Delhi, Shahjahanabad, the Mughals made their capital after leaving Agra, which is still a vital, throbbing city of distinctive character.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ AGRA The express train to Agra leaves at dawn. Check in to your hotel and refresh youself, before leav­ing to see the Taj, Agra Fort and  other monuments in Agra. Return to see the Taj at sunset.
DAY 05 AGRA ~ GWALIOR An early start will get you to Gwalior in time to spend the afternoon sightseeing.
DAY 06 GWALIOR ~ BHOPAL A convenient morning train to Bhopal leaves the afternoon free for sightseeing.
DAY 07 BHOPAL From Bhopal it is a day’s excursion to the paleolithic Bhimbhetka caves and the temple at Bhojpur.
DAY 08 BHOPAL ~ INDORE ~ MAHESHWAR Another day’s excursion to Sanchi, after which you take the flight to Indore and drive on to Maheshwar.
DAY 09 MAHESHWAR From Maheshwar, it’s a full day excur­sion to Mandu.
DAY 10 MAHESHWAR ~ INDORE ~ MUMBAI Your flight to Mumbai is in the evening.
DAY 11 DEPARTURE The morning is free to see preferred sights in the city - the Gateway of India, for instance, or the Prince of Wales Museum. Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.


Heritage Himachal & the Golden Temple

WELCOME TO Himachal Pradesh, the ‘land of snow’, whose proximity to the heavens also makes it referred to as the ‘land of the gods’. This, as the Himalaya raises its mighty head to gossip with the clouds, is easy to believe. The soft, natural beauty of the land is uplifting regardless of the face it reveals, the mood it is in.

This itinerary takes you to Shimla, the stately summer capital of the Raj, with its resplendent Viceregal lodge, the Christ Church and other  Raj buildings. From there to Paragpur, the only listed ‘heritage’ village
in the country and the orchards and tea gardens of Palampur framed  against the mighty Dauladhar mountain range.  Nearby is the Andretta, a potter’s village which was the home of the famous studio potter, Sir Shobha Singh. His son lives in Andretta today and the place has acquired a reputation as an artists’ colony.
Dharamshala is the current home to the Dalai Lama (his headquaters are in nearby McLeodganj) and has a sizable Tibetan community. Coming down the hills you stop at Amritsar to visit the Golden Temple, which is the holiest of the Sikh shrines.
The tour has an old world charm to it that not only has to do with the ambience of places visited but is accentuated by the picturesque heritage  homes and palaces where you will be staying.

DAY 1 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport, fol­lowed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 2 DELHI A whole day to get to know the capital city.
DAY 3 DELHI-SHIMLA Your train to Kalka connects to the famed Toy Train to Shimla.
DAY 4-5 SHIMLA Take a heritage walk of Shimla or visit Nald­hera for a round of golf.
DAY 6-7 SHIMLA ~ PALAMPUR Drive to Palampur for two days of relaxation. You could visit Andretta.
DAY 08 PALAMPUR ~ PARAGPUR A scenic drive takes you to Paragpur and an afternoon exploring the heritage village.
DAY 09 PARAGPUR ~ DHARAMSHALA On the way to Dharamshala there are many opportunities to enjoy the dis­tinctive sights of the Kangra Valley.
DAY 10 DHARAMSHALA Spend the day visiting the Budhist learning centers and other places of interest at McLeodganj, home to the Dalai Lama.
DAY 11 DHARAMSHALA ~ AMRITSAR The 200km journey takes six to seven hours so it is best to leave after early breakfast.
DAY 12 AMRITSAR ~ DELHI Visit the Golden Temple, Jalian­wala Bagh and also the Wagha border with Pakistan. You could revisit special places of interest or relax until it is time to take the evening train to Delhi.
DAY 13 DEPARTURE The day is at leisure. Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.

Ladakh

LADAKH, AN extension of the Gobi desert and Tibetan plateau, comprises some of the world’s highest and harshest terrain. Large stretches of stark high altitude deserts and ‘moonscapes’ makes this a forbidding landscape to view even from within the safe embrace of an aircraft – but there is also a strange beauty, an attraction that is almost addictive. At an altitude of 14,000ft, it is essential that you acclimatise yourself, if the rarified air is not to overwhelm you. Accommodation is simple, even basic, but comfortable.
Driving out of the capital Leh, you are faced with the ever changing palatte of the mountains … unbelievable hues of purple and red that stand out in sharp contrast to snow-capped peaks. Scrub and rough tenacious ground cover do little to clothe the starkness. The land seems empty, until a faint tinkle of bells heralds the arrival of pashm goats, whose coat veilds the famous pashmina, followed by the nomadic herdsmen with their yak and sheep. The predominantly Buddhist region has Gompas (monasteries) clinging to mountaintops in what seem the most precarious locations.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at New Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI A day to visit the many sites that together make up the capital city of India.
DAY 03 LEH Fly to Leh in the morning. A day to acclimatise to the change in altitude is essential.
DAY 04-05 LEH Visit the Leh city and surrounding monasteries of Hemis, Thikse, Shey and the Stok palace.
DAY 06 LEH ~ ALCHI ~ ULETOPKO Drive to Alchi to visit the monastery situated on the banks of the River Indus. After which you carry on to Uletopko to camp overnight.
DAY 07 ULETOPKO ~ LAMAYURU ~ LEH After breakfast at camp leave for Lamayuru to visit one of the most picturesque monas­teries in Ladakh. Drive back to Leh after lunch.
DAY 08 LEH Full day excursion to Khardungla Pass at 5,260m the highest motorable pass in the world.
DAY 09 LEH ~ DELHI Take the morning flight to Delhi. The day yours to explore or shop.
DAY 10 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.


ROAD TO LADAKH

Driving to Ladakh it is good to keep in mind that you are on the highest motorable road in the world. One that affords some breathtaking views of the “roof of the world”. Taking you through north-eastern Himachal Pradesh and Lahaul Valley is the Rohtang Pass. As you get higher, the gentle greens of the verdant valley slowly give way to the harsh dry deserts of higher altitude and the stark, startling beauty of the painted mountains. The inaccessibility of the higher reaches of this region is what makes it so attractive. Accommodation is comfortable but basic – we use tents in Jispa and Sarchu. There are few who venture here and through the number is increasing, the unparalleled beauty of these mountains remains unspoiled and the lifestyle of the people still untouched by the modern age

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport followed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI After a morning at leisure, a tour introduces you to the city of New Delhi. Sundown takes you to a Hindu temple to be part of the evening prayer.
DAY 03 DELHI Visit the busy lanes of the old Mughal capital of Shahjahanabad.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ CHANDIGARH ~ NALAGARH The morning train takes you to Chandigarh from where your chauffeur will drive you to Nalagarh and the Heritage Palace you are booked at.
DAY 05 NALAGARH ~ MANALI Stop and visit the Naggar fort en route to Manali.
DAY 06 MANALI Spend the day in appreciation of the natural beauty and sights around Manali.
DAY 07 MANALI ~ JISPA Cross the Rohtang Pass to drive on to Jispa.
DAY 08 JISPA ~ SARCHU The Bara Lacha pass takes you across to the Zanskar and Spiti valleys and on to Sarchu.
DAY 09 SARCHU ~ LEH From Rupshu, the highest inhabited region in the world, cross the Taglang la pass to Leh.
DAY 10-11 LEH Two full days to explore Leh city and the sur­rounding monasteries of Hemis, Thikse and Shey.

DAY 12   LEH-DELHI  Fly back to Delhi and catch up with last minute souvenir shopping

DAY 13  DEPARTURE  Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.


The Hills of Kumaon
KUMAON WAS POPULAR with the British sahibs and their families as a summer retreat from blistering heat that engulfed the plains. The gentle hills, lush valleys and mild weather reminded them of ‘home’. The sloping, slate-roofed stone cottages with ivy-covered walls at many a ‘hill station’ step straight
out of the English countryside. Ranikhet is still the headquarters of the Kumaon regiment of the old British Indian Army while names such as Binsar, Almora, Ramgarh, conjure up images of romantic, cloud-shrouded little towns.
But before going up into the hills, we traverse tiger country – the dense forests along the banks of the Ramganga river as it skirts the foothills of the mighty Himalaya that comprise the Corbett National Park. Established as a wildlife reserve in 1936, the park covers much of the terrain criss-crossed by Jim Corbet, after whom the park is named, as he tracked the Man-eaters of Kumaon. At the little hamlet near Ramganga you can visit Corbett’s home, which has now been converted into a museum.

DAY 01 ARRIVAL Reception and welcome at Delhi airport fol­lowed by transfer to your hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI Relax through the morning before setting out to acquaint yourself with New Delhi.
DAY 03 DELHI Visit the bustling lanes of Old Delhi after tour­ing the austere beauty of the Red Fort, seat of Mughal power until the 1857.
DAY 04 DELHI ~ CORBETT Drive out to Corbett National Park this morning for a two-night stay.
DAY 05 CORBETT Jeep and elephant safaris take you through one of the country’s finest wildlife sanctuaries.
DAY 06 CORBETT ~ NAINITAL Journey by road to the cool heights of Nainital.
DAY 07 NAINITAL Walk around the mall, the flats, and the serene beauty that surrounds Lake Naini.
DAY 08 NAINITAL ~ RANIKHET The meadows of Ranikhet with their breathtaking views of the high Himalaya are just a short drive away.
DAY 09 RANIKHET ~ ALMORA Spend the next two days at the tranquil resort of Kalmatia Sangam near Almora.
DAY 10ALMORA A day at leisure to be spent admiring the nat­ural beauty of thick oak forests at Binsar.
DAY 11 ALMORA ~ RAMGARH Drive on to Ramgarh today and the old world charm of the bungalows there.
DAY 12 RAMGARH ~ DELHI The journey back to the capital takes the morning. The afternoon is at leisure
DAY 13 DEPARTURE Transfer to the airport in time for your flight out.





 

 

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