Taj, Tigers & Temples Family Holiday Summer Itinerary

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Delve into the vibrant culture and heritage of Northern India

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Duration: 10 Days
Starts in: India
Group Size: 4-24

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Delhi; afternoon sightseeing in Delhi.

Early morning train to Agra; sightseeing including Agra Fort; afternoon free.

Sunrise visit to Taj Mahal; to Fatehpur Sikri, former capital of the Mughal Empire; on to Bharatpur for lunch and cooking demonstration at a local home; evening free.

Morning explore bird sanctuary by cycle rickshaw - the park has more than 360 species of bird; afternoon transfer to Sariska National Park.

Nature walk; village visit.

Morning game drive; to Jaipur.

Sightseeing day including Amber Palace.

To Pushkar; optional camel cart ride passing through traditional villages.

Morning free to explore; afternoon train to Delhi; arrive in the evening.

End Delhi.

Additional Information

Delve into the vibrant culture and heritage of India on this fun-packed family adventure. From a camel ride in Rajasthan to wildlife at Sariska National Park, India offers memorable experiences that will last a lifetime. Experience the hustle and bustle of Delhi and the 'pink city' of Jaipur, visit imposing forts and magical palaces, learn about Mughal history whilst watching the sunrise at the Taj Mahal, and discover the ancient ruined city of Fatehpur Sikri. No trip in India would be complete without the local transport; tuk tuks and cycle rickshaws are a fun way to explore, whilst train journeys offer encounters with friendly locals who are always eager to strike up a conversation.

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