An Indian Classic: The Taj, Tigers & The Golden Triangle

  • Day 1 - Overnight Flight

    Your Indian adventure begins with an overnight flight to the capital city, Delhi.

  • Day 2 - Delhi

    On arrival in this colourful, busy, city you'll be met by your local guide an escorted to your well-located city hotel.

    Your evening is at leisure. Be sure to check in on your Blank Canvas app for restaurant and bar suggestions tailored to your requirements.

  • Day 3 - Delhi

    Today you'll embark on a city tour of intoxicating Delhi. You'll see all the main sights including the majestic Red Fort.

  • Day 4 - Agra

    You'll hit the road today en route to an Indian gem - Agra - home to the world famous Taj Mahal.

    Dinner can be enjoyed at your hotel or in town, if you fancy some local fare and a bit of culture.

  • Day 5 - Agra

    Rise early as your local guide takes you to a lesser known spot where you can watch sunrise over the Taj Mahal. You'll then explore the complex and discover why it's considered one of the seven wonders of the world.

    You'll round off your tour of the city with a trip to Agra Fort, which is well worth the visit in its own right.

  • Day 6 - Ranthambore National Park

    A complete change of pace today as your escorted deep into the jungle for 2 nights on safari in the beautiful Ranthambore National Park. Your safari lodge is nestled in the bush, miles from civilisation.

  • Day 7 - Ranthambore National Park

    The main draw here is - of course - the opportunity to spot tigers in the wild, and this is one of the best reserves in the world in which to do so.

    You'll have the best chance to do so today as you head out on safari with an expert ranger before heading back for dinner under the starry rural sky.

  • Day 8 - Jaipur

    Next it's Jaipur, considered one of the most beautiful cities in India.

  • Day 9 - Jaipur

    Enjoy a day out with your guide today soaking in the very best the 'Pink city' has to offer.

    Jaipur is called the "Pink City" due to the distinctive pink colour of its buildings. The city earned this nickname during the late 19th century when it was painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) on his visit to India.

  • Day 10 - Jaipur

    You'll have the day at leisure before a special last night sampling some of the best street food in northern India. After, you'll have the option to return to your hotel to chill, or stay out and visit a bar or two.

  • Day 11 - Day Flight

    Today you head back to Jaipur airport in good time for your onward flight.

From £2280pp

Price includes

  • Flights included
  • In destination transfers
  • Activities and excursions as detailed
  • All accommodation
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