Experience the richness of Indian culture on this classic Royal India tour. Begin in Delhi with a visit to old and new Delhi, explore the magnificent Taj Mahal in Agra, and the stunning pink city, Jaipur visiting famous landmarks including the magnificent Amber Fort. Continue to the sacred city of Hindu’s – Pushkar; wander around the famous 8th century Brahma Temple dedicated to Lord Brahma and Pushkar Lake. Then travel to Rajasthan’s most romantic city, Udaipur to witness its rich history matched by its picturesque setting among the Aravalli Mountains and three manmade lakes. While in Jodhpur explore the majestic Mehrangarh Fort, Patwon ki Haveli and in Jaisalmer the Salim Singh ki Haveli. On the way to Bikaner and Mandawa, you will see the most beautiful wall paintings and mansions before traveling back to Delhi for last-minute shopping.
Prices for this tour are based on per person, based on a twin / double room sharing basis.
Single supplement is available, starting at USD 699 per person.
Discover the Colourful Pushkar Fair by choosing our 10th Nov 2021 & 02 Nov 2022 departure
Pushkar fair offers a wonderful glimpse of the rich culture, tradition, rural lifestyle, traditional folk dance, and handicrafts of Rajasthan. The grand occasion of the Pushkar festival is definitely a priceless treat for those who wish to eye the vibrant cultures and traditions of Rajasthan. You can marvel at the visit colors of Rajasthani culture by visiting the Pushkar fair by choosing our 10th Nov 2021 departure 02 Nov 2022 listed below.
Optional Extension to South India is available at an additional cost.
Indus Travels would like to reassure you that after booking your tour, should the USA/Canada government advise against all travel to your chosen destination, or you decide against travel Indus Travels will offer a change of tour* to one of our other great destinations or a full refund for the tour if you inform us minimum 60 days before departure*.
As always, your safety is our priority for Indus Travels! *Only for new bookings made after 1 March 2020.