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The Best Places in North India Tour with Holi Festival

- Small Group Tour
12 Guest Maximum - No Minimum
15 DAYS - Activity Level : Easy
  • Delhi - 3 Days
  • Varanasi - 1 Day
  • Agra - 2 Days
  • Ranthambore - 2 Days
  • Jaipur - 2 Days
  • Udaipur - 2 Days
  • Mumbai - 3 Days


Highlights

  • Eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
  • India Gate
  • National Museum
  • Jama Masjid
  • Humayun's Tomb - UNESCO
  • Qutab Minar - UNESCO
  • Red Fort - UNESCO
  • Guided Walk Through Three Ancient Bazaars
  • Cycle Rickshaw Ride Through Delhiā€™s Chandni Chowk
  • Sunrise and Sunset Boat Cruises on the Holy River
  • Ancient Aarti Prayer Ceremony at Varanasi
  • Sunrise and Sunset Visits to the Taj Mahal
  • Three Wildlife safaris at Ranthambore Tiger Park
  • Ranthambore Fort
  • Elephant and Camel Back Rides
  • Elephant Ride to Amer Fort
  • Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds)
  • City Palace
  • Jantar Mantar - UNESCO
  • Amber Fort and Palace - UNESCO
  • Rajasthani Village Walk
  • An Amazing Museum

Detailed Itinerary

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Holi is celebrated all over India and its many regions. In our opinion, the best place for upscale explorers to safely observe and participate in Holi is the charming, laid back city of Udaipur in Rajasthan. Besides being one of India’s best cities to relax and explore, with its abundance of hills, lakes and palaces, Udaipur’s residents tend to be more cultured than some of the people found in India’s larger cities, where foreigners participating in Holi celebrations can draw unwanted attention and even some harassment.

When our guests participate in Holi in an upscale area of Udaipur along with our guides and staff, they can experience the best of Holi festivities without any risk of other participants paying them undue attention. We provide traditional Indian clothing to all our guests for this festival, and the resulting multi-hued attire is yours to keep afterwards.

All our guests also get preferred seating for the ancient and colorful Holika Dhan ceremony at Udaipur’s City Palace on the eve of Holi. The King of Udaipur and the Royal Family lead the ritualistic ceremony with the King lighting the traditional Holika Pyre, which is followed by regional cultural entertainment and a sumptuous feast




Day 1: Arrive at Delhi - most flights arrive either in the evening or at night, and we strongly recommend that our guests consider arriving a day earlier as this allows you to recuperate from jetlag, and serves as insurance against international flight delays and cancellations. The cost of an additional nights Hotel stay can be quoted upon request.
Our services begin here. You are greeted at the airport by an Easy Tours Travel Facilitator or your Tour Director, and ushered to a chauffeur driven vehicle. You are then driven to your heritage luxury hotel and assisted with your check-in. Your hotel is located on iconic Janpath, right next to very interesting bazaars and Connaught Place. The next day’s plans are briefly reviewed and you are presented with your welcome package. This package includes travel documents such as your air tickets and hotel vouchers, as well as copies of documents (such as our General Travel Guide) that were sent to you earlier.




Day 2: Delhi. (B,L) Begin your exploration of India with a guided city tour of Old Delhi.
This excursion begins with the amazing Red Fort. Both the Jama Masjid (Mosque) and this massive structure were built by Shah Jahan, the emperor who created the Taj Mahal. The great city inside the massive sandstone walls of the Red Fort offers visitors a large number of architectural and historical attractions. The Red Fort was the seat of the Mughal Empire for more than two hundred and fifty years and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an amazing example of a blend of Persian, Indian and European architecture.
One of your most enduring memories of India will be your next experience as you drive, Rickshaw Ridewalk and ride through the ancient city's streets and alleys. You will enjoy a fascinating rickshaw ride, and an extended walk with your Tour Director, through the crowded ancient alleys of Chandni Chowk. The cacophony of sounds, from the cries of hawkers and the animated bargaining, sounds which have echoed through the centuries, to the modern motor horns, all combine to make for a unique experience. The riot of colors further adds to the sensory overload, as do the diverse smells emanating from the street food stalls and spice markets that form part of the bazaar.
Next is an exploration of the Jama Masjid (1650 A.D.), the largest mosque in India. The Masjid is a magnificent example of Mughal architecture and is constructed of red sandstone and white marble. It is an active place of worship and its courtyard can hold 25,000 worshippers.
There is a break for lunch (included).
After lunch a short drive will deliver you to an oasis of calm and serenity, which also happens to be your last destination in Old Delhi. The cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi (Raj Ghat) is a simple yet stirring memorial to the father of the nation. Lush lawns extend beyond the enclosure surrounding the black marble platform occupying the spot where the Mahatma was cremated. An eternal flame burns next to the platform.
After this you will drive to the nearby National Museum, the crown jewel of India’s Museums, for a very short tour. There is a plethora of exhibits and artifacts and a comprehensive tour would take well over a day. Our visit will be brief, and your Tour Director will guide you through the Pre History Gallery’s Harrapan Collection and its displays from the Indus Valley Civilization, which flourished on the banks of the river of the same name. Most visitors to India are unaware of the fact that this was the most advanced and widespread of the world’s three oldest civilizations, and that the nation of India derived its name from this magnificent river. You will be amazed by the sophistication of the exhibits of pottery, tools, coins, jewelry and other artifacts that range from 10,000 BC to 1000 BC.
From the museum you will be driven back to your hotel.




Day 3: Delhi. (B,L) Continue your exploration of Delhi with a guided city tour of New Delhi. This tour begins with a drive through Lutyens’ New Delhi. This drive will include photo opportunities at the following attractions - the exterior of the massive and awe-inspiring Rashtrapati Bhawan (known as Viceroy’s House during the British era) and Delhi’s landmark structure India Gate. From here you will be driven to visit the Bangla Sahib Gurudwara. This gold domed Sikh Temple is the most prominent Gurudwara in Delhi and is associated with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan. It was first built as a small temple by Sikh General Sardar Bhagel Singh in 1783, who supervised theQutab Minar construction of nine Sikh shrines in Delhi during the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Alam. The campus includes the temple, a kitchen, a school, an art gallery, and the holy pond (Sarovar), whose water is called Amrit (Holy Nectar). As with all Sikh Gurudwaras, the concept of langar (community meal) is practiced here and anyone may eat in the Gurudwara’s Kitchen. Thousands of meals are prepared daily and served to all visitors, regardless of race, religion or other status.  The food is prepared by the religious leaders who are assisted by scores of local volunteers. You will witness the fascinating processes of cooking, serving and cleanup for these countless meals. Only vegetarian food is served, so that no religion’s dietary restrictions are violated. After the langar ceremony, you will drive through Connaught Place, which is New Delhi’s downtown.
There is a break for lunch (included).
After lunch, you will drive to the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun. Delhi has such an abundance of amazing monuments that this Tomb Complex (1562 A.D.) does not quite get the acclaim that it deserves. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its amazing architecture and the elaborate gardens will captivate you as your Tour Director explains the unique architectural and historic facets of this monument.
The last part of this excursion is the awe-inspiring Qutab Minar (1193 A.D.). This 239 ft tall medieval tower is a symbol of victory and a beautiful example of Persian architecture from that period. There is a winding stairway inside the tower that goes up all the way to the balcony at the very top of the tower - unfortunately they are no longer accessible for visitors. The Qutab Minar and its Monuments are also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within the Qutab complex, amidst the ruins of the Quwat-ul-Islam Mosque, stands one of the legendary Ashoka Pillars. This large iron pillar has withstood the ravages of Delhi’s weather (and recent pollution) and has not rusted in over 1500 years.
After exploring the Qutab Minar you will be driven back to your hotel.




Day 4: Delhi - Varanasi. (B,L) You are assisted with your check-out from your hotel and driven to the airport. You are assisted with boarding the mid-morning flight to Varanasi. You are greeted on arrival at the Varanasi airport and then driven to your luxury resort where you are assisted with your check-in.
There is a break for lunch (included).
Afternoon - after lunch you will experience a city tour of Varanasi that includes visits to some of the ancient temples that lie along the banks of the holy river. You will walk through the narrow lanes and through the crowded bazaars to discover a way of life that has not changed much over the past few millennia.
Sunset cruise on the Ganga - Two of the highlights of your time in Varanasi are the sunset and sunrise cruises on the Ganga. You can float your own lamps while you watch the ancient prayer and oil lamp ceremony at sunset. Your boat enables you to enjoy a great view of the hundreds of lamps as they are sent floating down the holy river.




Day 5: Varanasi - Delhi - Agra. (B,L) Start your day with an early morning boat cruise on the Ganga. The best time to visit the Ghats is at dawn, as that is when the pilgrims take their morning dip. It is also the ideal opportunity to experience some of Hinduisms ancient and iconic rituals. You can simultaneously Varanasiwitness the ceremony of a recently deceased Hindu’s ashes being immersed in the river, while nearby, another Brahmin priest orchestrates the naming ceremony of a newborn. Your boat offers an excellent view of all the activity on the Ghats - women bathing discreetly while still wearing their sarees, priests offering prayers as they immerse themselves in the holy water, men that are oblivious to their surroundings as they practice yoga or meditate on the banks of the Ganga. 
Return to your resort for breakfast and pack.
You are assisted with your check-out from your resort and driven to the airport, where you are assisted in boarding your afternoon flight to Delhi. Lunch will be served on your flight this afternoon. You are greeted on arrival at the Delhi airport and driven to Agra on North India’s newest highway. You are assisted with your check-in at your hotel upon your arrival at Agra.




Day 6: Agra. (B,L) Enjoy a visit to the magnificent Taj Mahal at sunrise – the best time to see it during most of the year! The world’s greatest monument dedicated to love is obviously a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Taj Mahal was completed by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1653 A.D. as a memorial to his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal. This spectacular white marble mausoleum was created by about 22,000 skilled craftsmen and it took twenty two years to complete. When you experience the Taj Mahal with an Easy Tours Tour Director who shares unique insights into its innumerable facets, some of their passion for this masterpiece may rub off on you. As the rising sun’s rays illuminate the precious stones inlaid in the marble, they will gleam momentarily as the marble’s color changes. Return to your hotel after this and enjoy breakfast.
You are at leisure for a couple of hours to enjoy the facilities Taj Mahalat your hotel. Join your Tour Director for an afternoon of exploration at about noon.
There is a break for lunch (included) at a popular local restaurant - you have the option to enjoy their lavish buffet, or order ala-carte.
From here you will proceed for a walk through Agra’s ancient and iconic Kinari Bazaar. Although this has similarities to Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi, there are enough unique elements to this crowded and lively market where all sorts of goods are sold, from spices to clothing to crafts and much, much more. The exotic smells emanating from the colorful street food stalls, the sounds of the negotiating buyers and sellers, the sight of cows meandering docilely through the crowds, all combine to make an experience that you will not forget.
After your walk through the bazaar you will visit the first red sandstone fort of North India, the Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built in 1565 by India’s greatest Mughal ruler, Emperor Akbar. Its royal audience halls, immense stone courtyards, marble mosque and the private royal chambers give us a glimpse of the grandeur of the Mughal Empire.
Late afternoon: Enjoy a sunset visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the incomparable Taj Mahal. Explore the amazing Taj and its surroundings until it is time to admire the sun’s rays setting on the façade of the world’s finest monument.




Day 7: Agra - Ranthambore. (B,L,D) You are assisted with your check-out from your hotel and then you are driven to the Chand Baori stepwell at Abhaneri, located just off the Agra - Jaipur highway. Upon arrival at Abhaneri you will stop for lunch (included) at a nature resort that serves simple Indian organic and all natural food, most of which is freshly picked from their estate.
After lunch you will proceed to a very unique monument that is located nearby, next to a charming Rajasthani village. The massive 10th century Chand Baori stepwell is one of the most impressive in all of India. The depth of the stepwell is that of a modern 7 storey building, and there are stairs leading down to the bottom from three of the 100 foot plus (35 meters) four sides of the opening. Enjoy a guided exploration of the stepwell and then you will walk through the small village to get a glimpse of the lives of the simple but proud Rajasthani villagers. There will be young boys and girls herding goats, sheep, and cows around the area, camels carrying loads for their owners, and many other experiences that are only found in rural India. There are potters huts that you can stop at, as well as ladies weaving traditional garments, as well as opportunities to view many other indigenous activities. This is not a disguised effort to sell local wares, as is often found in tourism destinations. These are real villagers, and their simplicity, warmth, and hospitality will captivate you.
After this you will continue on with your journey to Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambore National Park). The second half of this drive is through rural Rajasthan and there are multiple photo opportunities of the colorful villagers as they go about their daily activities. You will also encounter many camels and other livestock on this drive. You are greeted on arrival at your jungle lodge and assisted with your check-in. All meals will be at your lodge during your stay at Ranthambore.
Since 2006, Easy Tours of India has tracked the percentage of tiger sightings for our guests in Ranthambore National Park. More than 85% of our guests have had tiger sightings during this period, with many of them getting multiple sightings.




Day 8: Ranthambore. (B,L,D) Covering an area of 410 square kilometers, Ranthambore National Park runs along the eastern spur of the Aravali mountain range untilTiger it meets with the Vindhya ranges. Ranthambore was once the Jaipur rulers’ private  hunting ground. In 1972 it was declared a Sanctuary and was brought under the Project Tiger Conservation platform. Dry deciduous forest covers most of the park, and the vegetation is lush around the many small lakes and ponds. The open grasslands that are the tiger’s favorite terrain account for much of the land on the higher slopes. This varied flora supports a large number of animals including a variety of deer, the sloth bear, the shy caracal, leopards and of course, the tiger. 
Enjoy wildlife safaris into the park in the morning and evening.
In between safaris, you have the option of a guided visit to the Ranthambore Fort. This excursion does have a fairly steep climb with approximately 700 feet of stairs. The massive Fort is one of the finest examples of the ancient Hindu concept of Vana-Durg, or a fort protected by a jungle.  The history of this Fort (originally built in 944 A.D.) is a chronicle full of tales of blood and valor. Successively occupied by the Muslims, Rajputs and Mughals, the insides of the fort today lie partly in ruin. There are superb views of the park to be had from its ramparts. There is also an ancient temple located in the fort which attracts a continuous stream of pilgrims from the surrounding villages. A little note of caution - a large number of aggressive langurs (South Asian monkeys) have made the Fort area their home and it is not advisable to have food or shiny objects visible in your hands as you tour the fort as they will be snatched away.




Day 9: Ranthambore - Jaipur. (B,L) Enjoy your last safari into Ranthambore in the morning. Return to your lodge after the safari to freshen up and have breakfast. You are at leisure for a while so that you can freshen up, after which you are assisted with your check-out from your jungle lodge and then there is a break for lunch (included). After lunch you are driven to Jaipur. Sawai Madhopur itself (the community located next to Ranthambore) is a rural small town, and you will drive through it to get a glimpse of life here before you head for Jaipur. The first half of this drive is also through rural Rajasthan and there are multiple photo opportunities. You are assisted with your check-in at your gorgeous hotel upon your arrival at Jaipur.




Day 10: Jaipur. (B,L) Start your day with an excursion to the Amber Fort and Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located a short distance from the walled city. Just like the Emperors of a few centuries ago, enjoy the ascent up to the ramparts of the fort on top of a colorfully caparisoned elephant. If you prefer not to ride the elephants, you can be driven to the rear entrance of the monument. The massive Fort complex was originally built by Raja Mansingh and is one of India’s finest examples of Rajput architecture. Explore the chambers and hallways, which are famous for their exquisite designs and handcrafted embellishments. Return to the valley beneath the Fort and you are driven to the historic Samode region for a unique Rajasthani experience. The custodians will give you a guided tour of the unique Samode Palace, presently operating as a luxury boutique hotel.
Amber Fort The famous Rajasthani lunch is included at the Palace.
After lunch you will experience a camel back (camel-drawn cart is an option) safari through surrounding rural area, which is also dotted with historic monuments. A village walk will take place, when you can observe how the locals go about their daily lives and work. Please bear in mind that this is a semi-arid locale and there are no large sand dunes. You are driven back to your hotel in Jaipur after the camel safari.




Day 11: Jaipur (B,L). Continue your adventure with an exploration of the walled pink city of Jaipur, including its magnificent City Palace. You will start with a visit to Jantar Mantar (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), a fascinating stone observatory built by Raja Jai Singh in 1728. Among other instruments, it includes a massive stone sun dial that is accurate to within 2 seconds. After the observatory comes a photo opportunity at the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Wind). This intriguing facade was built in 1799 so that the ladies of the court could use its unique windows and observe the bustling bazaar without being visible to the people on the streets. Continue the tour with an exploration of the City Palace, the former royal residence (a part is still occupied by the Royal family and is not accessible to the public), built in a delightful blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles. Your Tour Director will regale you with stories of royalty as you admire their trappings. This immense complex also houses a number of museums that offer a large and impressive collection of costumes, armory and miniature paintings. You will also take a stroll with your Tour Director through the “pink” bazaar in the heart of the old town, and watch the locals as they bargain for their everyday necessities.
There is a break for lunch (included).
You are now driven to the outskirts of Jaipur to the ancient Hindu pilgrimage site of Galtaji in the Aravalli Hills. The complex of temples here is collectively known as the Monkey Temple because a large tribe of monkeys lives here and believes they own all the monuments. We recommend that you don’t carry any food in your hands, as it may be snatched away. The complex of temples has several ponds that are fed by springs on the hill tops, and Hindu pilgrims consider taking a dip in these to be purifying. The monkeys agree and swim around the main pond with reckless abandon, and many of them can be seen diving into the pool from various vantage points.
Enjoy a guided tour of the beautiful Galtaji Temple, which is crafted in pink stone. There are other ancient temples in the complex, such as the Balaji Temple. Monkeys are everywhere, and they are obviously in-charge! For someone not used to their social behavior and grooming practices and rituals, observing them can be fascinating.If you are up to a trek and have the time, you can climb to the top of the tallest hill in the area and visit the Sun Temple.
After this excursion, you will be driven back to your hotel.




Day 12: Jaipur - Udaipur. (B,L).You are assisted with your check-out from your hotel and driven to the airport. You are assisted with boarding the morning no-frills flight to Udaipur.You are greeted on arrival at the Udaipur airport and driven to your boutique hotel, where you are assisted with your check-in, if an early check-in is available. If it isn’t, you can drop your bags off and use the facilities to freshen up. City Palace Proceed for a city tour, including a tour of the fabled City Palace. At this Palace complex, explore the beautifully decorated rooms with thousands of exquisite, handcrafted mirrors that cover the walls, the ancient ivory doors (a dark reminder of Indian royalty’s passion for hunting), the brightly colored stained glass windows, expansive inlaid marble balconies and the unique peacock courtyard. There are amazing views to be had from this structure, especially of Lake Pichola, the Lake Palace hotel and Jag Mandir Island. Enjoy a private tour of the amazing Crystal Gallery, which houses the world’s largest collection of priceless crystal. Marvel at pieces like the complete bedroom furniture set in crystal and the gorgeous crystal fountains in the courtyards. Lunch today is included at the Sunset Terrace restaurant at City Palace. Enjoy spectacular views as you dine on fine cuisine.
After lunch you will enjoy a cruise on Lake Pichola and visit the historical and beautiful monuments at Jag Mandir Island (if available – the royal family at Udaipur will occasionally rent out the island for large celebrations, and on those occasions the island cannot be visited by tourists).
Late afternoon: you are driven to visit the Monsoon Palace, a small hilltop structure that offers amazing views of the picturesque city of Udaipur and its lakes and palaces. The short drive up the hill takes you through a protected wildlife sanctuary and occasional wildlife sightings can be experienced. Enjoy the spectacular sunset from this vantage point before returning to your hotel.




Day 13: Udaipur - Mumbai. (B,L) Today is Holi, the festival of colors, one of India’s biggest festivals. We do not recommend celebrating Holi in almost all cities of India as this festival includes intoxicated youth who can get aggressive in the celebratory crowds, especially with foreign visitors.
The upscale area (in the small city of Udaipur) where our guests celebrate is an exception and the celebration here is a lot of fun, but not crazy. The locals take to the streets and everyone douses each other with powdered colors as well as colored water. You will walk through residential neighborhoods and small bazaars as you celebrate. Our guests are provided with traditional Indian clothing on the day before Holi and you are welcome to keep the colored clothing as a memory afterwards.
Return to your hotel after the celebration.
You are assisted with your check-out from your hotel and then there is a break for lunch (included). After lunch you are driven to the airport in time to board your early evening flight to Mumbai. You are greeted upon arrival at the Mumbai airport and driven to your hotel where you are assisted with your check-in. Your Hotel has one of the best locations in Mumbai and the views of the massive bay, the Queen’s Necklace (Marine Drive), and the city of Mumbai, are spectacular. The area in front of your hotel is where middle class residents of Mumbai come in the evenings to enjoy the ocean breeze and socialize. It is a great place to walk on your own, as locals sit on the promenade and street vendors hawk their wares to them, from street food to toys to foot massages!




Day 14: Mumbai. (B,L) Proceed for a guided city tour of Mumbai. The tour begins at the Prince of Wales Museum, built to commemorate King George V’s first visit to India in 1905.Gateway of India Designed in the Indo-Saracenic style, the museum has sections of art, paintings,  archeological exhibits and natural history. After the museum tour you will visit the famous Dhobi Ghat and observe the age old tradition of the Dhobi’s doing Mumbai’s laundry!
There is a break for lunch (included).
Continue the tour with a drive up to Malabar Hill where the hanging gardens give a panoramic view of the city and the Queen’s Necklace (Marine Drive). The tour then takes a drive through the Flora Fountain and Fort area where you can view the impressive Gothic and Victorian buildings that were constructed during the British Raj. Visit the Victoria Terminus (now known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus). It is India’s finest example of Gothic architecture and one of the world’s busiest railway stations.
Drive around Horniman Circle and visit the Town Hall, right beside the docks of Mumbai. Visit the city’s signature landmark, The Gateway of India, situated overlooking Mumbai’s harbor. This structure was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai. After this touring, you are driven back to your hotel.




Day 15: Mumbai - International/Delhi Flight. (B) You are assisted with your check-out at your choice of time in the morning (anytime before noon, depending on the time of your international flight) and then driven to Mumbai airport in time for your outbound flight. Board your international flight or your flight to Delhi.
Departure Option 1: If you are boarding your international flight from Mumbai, since most international flights depart at night or the very early morning, you are assisted with check-in at your airport hotel - your room will have been reserved for this night (until noon on the following day) with a complimentary shuttle, so you will have the full use of your hotel's facilities right up until it’s time to board your international flight.
An optional (no charge) guided city tour of Elephanta Cave can be facilitated for those with late departures. (You will need to make this selection at the time of reserving your tour). Proceed for a five to six hour excursion to the Elephanta Island Caves. You are assisted in boarding the boat for the one hour journey. Elephanta is Mumbai’s most significant tourist attraction and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are five Hindu Caves dedicated to Lord Shiva and two Buddhist caves. Your tour will focus on the Hindu Caves. Carved out of hard basalt between 450 A.D. and 750 A.D., the main cave was an active place of worship till the Portuguese conquered the area and inflicted severe damage to the caves in the early 16th century. In its heyday the island was known as Gharapuri (the Fortress city) and there is still a village on the island with the same name. The island was renamed Elephanta by the Portuguese. Although the caves have many massive sculptures of Lord Shiva and other divinities, the most impressive creation at Elephanta is the Trimurthi sculpture. This 20 foot tall three headed figure portrays the three manifestations of Lord Shiva – The Creator of all life, The Preserver of humanity and The Destroyer of the world.
Departure Option 2: If you are boarding a daytime flight to Delhi (flight cost is included) in order to connect with your international departure from that city, you will have two options.
Departure Option 2A: If your international flight departure is less than four hours from your scheduled arrival time at the domestic terminal at Delhi, you will ask the airline staff to assist you with checking in for your next flight (occasionally this may require a transfer to another terminal – airport coaches are available) -  OR
Departure Option 2B: If your international flight is scheduled to depart later, additional services/accommodation can be quoted upon request to match with your international flight.
Our services end at Mumbai airport.
Inclusions
* Daily breakfast at all the hotels (14 Breakfasts)
* Lunch every day except at on arrival and departure days - (13 Lunches)
* 3 Dinners
* Both Sunrise and Sunset boat cruises on the Ganga
* Both Sunrise and Sunset visits to the Taj Mahal
* Guided visit to the National Museum in Delhi
* Personal Elephant ride (per couple) at the Palace in Jaipur
* Camelback (or Camel cart) safari at Samode.
* Rickshaw Ride through Delhi’s Chandni Chowk
* Walk through the ancient Spice and Street Food Market in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk
* Boat ride on Lake Pichola in Udaipur
* Applicable monument entrance fees as per the itinerary
* All other meals as specified
* Hotel check-in is at 2 pm and checkout is at noon for almost all the hotels
* All transfers and sightseeing by Mini Coach or personal upscale Crossover
* Complimentary Wi-Fi in all vehicles, except for remote regions
* Availability of an Easy Tours Travel Facilitator at all destinations
* Services of an accompanying Easy Tours Tour Director
* Easy Tours Facilitator for assistance on initial arrival and final departure
* All safari related costs at Ranthambore, including park entry, naturalists, vehicle fees etc.
* Bottled water during sightseeing/excursions and other drives
* All currently applicable taxes.


Not Included
* International Travel
* Expenses of a personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls, drinks etc.
* Meals other than those specified above
* Travel insurance, visa etc.
* Camera fees - still and video


Lodging
Delhi
The Imperial - Imperial Room
Varanasi
Taj Ganges - Deluxe Room
Agra
Taj Gateway - Premium Taj View Room
Ranthambore
Taj Vivanta Sawai Madhopur Lodge - Superior Charm Room
Jaipur
Jai Mahal Palace - Luxury Room
Udaipur
Lalit Laxmi Vilas Palace - Valley View Room
Mumbai
Trident Nariman Point - Premier Ocean View Room


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