Trip Facts

Trek Name:  Rajasthan Tours 18 Days

Trip Duration: 18 days

Activities:  Tours

Country: India

Rajasthan Tours 18 Days

Known as "a land of courage and gallantry", Rajasthan has always fascinated people from far and wide. The indomitable forts, splendid palaces, amazing sand dunes, tranquil lakes, beautiful temples, and exotic wildlife of this state of India are truly mesmerizing. It is known worldwide for its lively and colorful customs, traditions and heritage. A combination of geography, history and lifestyle of the people make the culture of Rajasthan a unique and very distinct from others. The desert landscape of Rajasthan provides a breathtaking backdrop to the magnificent forts and palaces, which narrate stories of bravery and chivalry of the bygone era. The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks that have been set up to protect the plant and animal life also form an attraction to the wildlife enthusiast and adventurers from far and wide. The luxury trains that run in Rajasthan ranks among top ten luxury trains of the world. They were designed to showcase the grand lifestyle of the erstwhile Rajput rulers of the state. While traveling to Rajasthan by these luxury trains, you will get a sense of what’s it like to travel like royals.

Short Itinerary

Day 01: Onboard flight to New Delhi (India)

Day 02: Arrive New Delhi.

Day 03: New Delhi - Mandawa.

Day 04: Mandawa City Sightseeing Tours.

Day 05: Mandawa - Bikaner.

Day 06: Bikaner to Jaisalmere.

Day 07: Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tours.

Day 08: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur.

Day 09: Jodhpur to Udaipur.

Day 10: Udaipur Sightseeing Tours.

Day 11: Udaipur - Pushkar.

Day 12: Pushkar to Jaipur (281 km).

Day 13: Jaipur Sightseeing Tours.

Day 14: Drive Agra (via Fatepur Sikri).

Day 15: Agra Sightseeing.

Day 16: Agra - Delhi Sightseeing.

Day 17: New Delhi Sightseeing.

Day 18: Departure.

Day 01: Arrive New Delhi, and Delhi Sightseeing.

Our representatives will receive you at the airport with warm welcome, and drive you to your hotel. After a meal at the hotel and briefing and rest in the hotel.


Day 02: New Delhi - Mandawa.

After breakfast in New Delhi hotel, we checkout hotel and drive to Mandawa. Upon arriving Mandawa you check in hotel and rest and preparing for the sightseeing following day. Interest could walk arround the bazar.


Day 03: Mandawa City Sightseeing Tours.

Right after our breakfast at the hotel, we begin our sightseeing tour of Mandawa city, which is located 250km from New Delhi. It was once a town inhabited by the rich merchant families. The wealthy and dominant merchants constructed massive ‘Hawelis’(Indian Mansions), adorned with beautiful wall paintings, for the purpose of their residence. However, with time, the merchants moved on and migrated to other areas, leaving the beautiful hawelis in the shadows of anonymity. Still, the magnificence of these havelis did not diminish and now they have become a major tourist attraction of the city. Some of the main havelis for our sightseeing tours are:

Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haweli: This haweli has a painting depicting Lord Indra Dev on an elephant and Lord Shiva on his bull.

Goenka Double Haweli: This haweli, with two gates, has its portico adorned with elephants and horses.

Murmuria Haweli: The paintings of the haweli include a train with a crowded level crossing, with crow flying above it. Another impressive picture is that of Nehru on a horseback, holding the national flag.

Jhunjhunwala Haweli: The haweli is decorated with striking gold leaf painted room. Mohan Lal Saraf Haveli: The picture of Maharajas/kings stroking their moustaches beautifies this haweli.

Mandawa Castle: Situated in the middle of town, the Mandawa Castle is adorned with beautiful frescoes. The rooms of this palace are decorated with Lord Krishna’s paintings, exquisite carvings, and amazing mirror work. The Durbar Hall of the palace houses a number of antiques and paintings.


Day 04: Mandawa - Bikaner Sightseeing Tours.

After breakfast drive to Bikaner, the city lies in the north-west part of Rajasthan with a 7 kilometer long besieged wall with five gates surrounding the city. Speckled with sand dunes, Bikaner occupied an important position on the ancient caravan routes. It served as a prime trading center to the merchants coming from West/Central Asia. The city consists of some splendid forts and palaces that serve as a legacy of the rich heritage of the city. Built up in red sandstone, these forts and palaces bring alive the architectural finery in which the state of Rajasthan abounds. Along with the amazing structures of the city, it is the cheerful people that further enhance the attractiveness of the city. Bikaner also houses one of the largest Camel research and breeding farms in the world. It is renowned for providing best riding camels in the world. We visit some of the following places tourist attractions in Bikaner.

Junagarh Fort: This is one of the forts in India that has never been conquered or seized. Enclosed by a moat, the fort has a number of gates. There are a number of buildings within the fort like Anup Mahal, Ganga Niwas and Rang Mahal. There is also a ‘Har Mandir’, the royal temple for worshipping gods and goddesses. Built in red sandstone and marble, these palaces house numerous courtyards, balconies, kiosks and windows.

Prachina Museum: Situated in the Junagarh Fort, the Prachina Museum houses a rich collection of royal costumes, textiles and accessories. There are also Poshaks (the traditional ladies ensemble) in the museum. Also on display are family portraits of the former rulers of Bikaner.

Lal Garh Palace: Constructed in red sandstone, the palace is an architectural delight. The architecture is a blend of Rajput, Mughal, and European architecture. Ornamenting the palace is amazing lattice-work and filigree-work. The palace also houses a rare collection of paintings and hunting trophies.

Rajasthan State Archives: This Directorate has in its possession some very precious administrative record of Mughal period like Persian Farmans, Khatoot, Akbarat, Vakil Report, Nishans, Manshurs, Arzdasht, etc. Also housed are the records created during administration of the princely states of Rajasthan such as Chithiat, Parwanas, Pattas, Rukkas, Bahiat, etc. The directorate also provides facilities like microfilming, reference library, and research rooms to the research.

Ganga Singh Museum: Ganga Singh Museum exhibits an array of archaeological discoveries dating back to the prehistoric Harappan and early Gupta period. The display includes paintings, arts and craft, terracotta, pottery, carpets, coins and ancient Rajput weaponry.

Bhandeswari Jain Temple: This temple was constructed in the fifteenth century and Bikaner' s oldest monument. Mirror work, frescoes and gold leaf paintings adorn the temple.

Hawelis: The nobles and the wealthy people of the bygone era used to live in huge mansions known as Havelis. Exquisite carvings and sprawling courtyards adorn these hawelis.


Day 05: Bikaner to Jaisalmer.

Today, we leave Bikaner and go to Jaisalmer by train. It will be a six hour travel, and after reaching Jaisalmer, we check into our hotel, and rest for the remaining day.


Day 06: Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tours.

The city of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, India is divided into two parts - the old city and the new city. Amongst the many attractions of the city, the main one is Jaisalmer fort. Built in the 12th century, this fort provides a magnificent view of the golden desert below. The other attractions include massive hawelis(mansions) built by wealthy merchants of Jaisalmer. Also, a desert safari of the city, providing a glimpse of sand dunes, will leave you with a sight forever etched in your memory. Withstanding the harsh climate and battering winds of the desert, the city of Jaisalmer has kept its age-old charm. Jaisalmer travel and tourism will take you back to the royal bygone era of the once princely state. The age-old traditions and culture of the city makes it a unique experience. The hostile terrain of the city fades in front of the warmth and hospitality of its people. We visit the following prominent places on our sightseeing tours of the city:

Jaisalmer Fort: Jaisalmer fort is the second oldest fort in the state of Rajasthan. It hovers on a 250 feet high hilltop, providing an amazing view of the vast desert below. There are five palaces within the fort, and exquisitely carved jail screens were put up to protect the interiors of the palaces from the desert storms and sweltering heat. The arches and spandrels of the palaces have been painted with mesmerizing murals.

Nathmal Ji kee Haweli: Built in the 19th century, the haweli is an epitome of side-by-side symmetry. Standing as guards to the haweli are huge tuskers carved out of yellow sandstone. The attractions of the haweli include miniature style paintings adorning the walls on the inside.Salim Singh Ki Haveli: Salim Singh was the Prime Minister of the princely state of Jaisalmer. The haweli is named after him only. It is located just below the hill. Built about 300 years ago, the haweli has an arched roof with carved brackets in the form of Peacocks.Patwon Ji Ki Haveli: This five story high haweli is one of the largest and most intricate hawelis in Jaisalmer. The haweli is beautifully and extensively carved, and some of the inside walls still contain paintings and mirror work.Tazia Tower: Some Muslim craftsmen constructed the Tazia tower to give as a gift to their royal benefactor. Rising from Badal Mahal (Cloud Palace), the five-tiered tower looks splendid. A skillfully carved balcony beautifies each story of the tower.Gadsisar Lake: Gadsisar is an artificial lake built in 14th century. This rainwater lake served as the main source of water for entire town at that time. The embankments of the lake house numerous small temple & shrines. The road to the lake has a beautiful gateway arching across it.


Day 07: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur. City Sightseeing Jodhpur.

The City of Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan. Also known as the "Sun City", Jodhpur has quite a history attached to it, which now stands divided into two parts - the old city and the new city. Surrounded by a 10 km long wall, the old city has 8 gates leading out of it. Beyond the walled old city, lies the new city of Jodhpur. The main attraction of the city is the massive Mehrangarh fort, one of the largest forts in India. Housing numerous places, galleries, a temple and a museum inside it, the fort reflects the talent of the Jodhpuri artisans. Apart from that, various other attractions like a number of lakes, gardens, museums, temples, etc make Jodhpur travel and tourism a truly fulfilling experience. We undertake sightseeing tour of the following locations of Jodhpur:

Mehrangarh Fort: One of the largest forts in India, the Mehrangarh fort is the pride of Jodhpur. The fort has seven gates, some of which still stand as a witness to the battles fought by the armies of Jodhpur. The fort houses a number of palaces inside, with extensive patios. A museum also finds a place inside the fort, displaying a rich collection of old royal palanquins, arms, paintings, costumes, etc. There are also a number of galleries and temples inside the fort. The Mehrangarh fort is a living proof of the expertise and hard work of Jodhpur artisans.

Umaid Bhavan Palace: One of the famous places to see in Jodhpur is the Umaid Bhavan Palace. Built with the noble intention of providing employment to the people during famine, this palace is an architectural beauty. The palace has been divided into three parts – first part functions as a hotel, the second as a museum, and the third houses the royal family.

Rai ka Bag Palace: This was amongst the favorite retreats of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. This palace ranks amongst the popular attractions of Jodhpur.

Jaswant Thada: It is a royal cenotaph built in the memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. A white marble memorial, the cenotaph is adorned with exquisite carvings. It houses the portraits of the former rulers of Jodhpur. Built like a temple, the Thada is a perfect example of skill of the Jodhpuri sculptors.

Museums: The most famous museum of Jodhpur is the Government museum situated in the Umaid public gardens. It has on display an array of weapons, textiles, miniature portraits local arts and crafts, etc. Along with that, the other museums of Jodhpur are the Mehrangarh fort museum, and the Umaid Bhavan palace museum.


Day 08: Jodhpur to Udaipur .

Today, we leave Jodhpur and go to Udaipur . Upon reaching Udaipur, we check into our hotel, and rest for the remaining day.


Day 09: Udaipur Sightseeing Tours.

Also known as the ‘Venice of the east’, the city Udaipur in Rajasthan mesmerizes the visitors with its charm and beauty. Because of many lakes, it is sometimes also called the ‘city of lakes’. The City is also known for its exquisite arts, craft and miniature paintings. For our sightseeing tour we select the following prominent places:Lake Palace: This is situated on the Jag Niwas Island in the middle of Lake Pichola. It was constructed to serve as a summer palace for the royalty. Textiles and handicrafts used in ethnic themes all over the palace make it a mesmerizing sight. Presently, the palace has been converted into a five star hotel.

City Palace: A fusion of Medieval European and Chinese architecture, this marble monument is situated on the eastern banks of Lake Pichola. Numerous balconies, towers and cupolas of the palace provide a marvelous view of the lake and the city below.

Lake Pichola: An artificial lake, Lake Pichola was constructed by Maharana Udai Singh II after he founded the city of Udaipur. The lake is 4 km long and 3 km wide and encloses the Jag Niwas Island and the Jag Mandir. One of the most scenic spots of Udaipur, Lake Pichola also houses the City Palace on its eastern banks. Jag Mandir: It was meant to serve as a hideout for Prince Khurram, the estranged son of Emperor Jehangir. Located on the other island palace in Lake Pichola, the palace has some exquisite carvings, which include a row of carved elephants guarding the island, grey and blue stone carved chhatri, etc.

Fateh Sagar Lake: Fateh Sagar Lake lies to the north of Lake Pichola. The attractions of the lake include the beautiful Nehru Island as well as an islet housing a solar observatory.. Sahelion Ki Bari: Sahelion ki Bari, also known as ‘the garden of maidens’, consists of pools with elegant kiosks, flowerbeds, lawns, fountains, along with an array of trees. There is also a sitting room decorated with paintings and glass mosaics in the garden.

Jagdish Mandir: Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, in 1651. It houses an image of Lord Vishnu in black stone, along with a brass image of Garuda, his carrier. Covering the exterior and the plinth are base relief of alligators, elephants, horsemen and celestial musicians, rising in rows. It is the largest temple in Udaipur.


Day 10: Udaipur - Pushkar Sightseeing Tours.

Departing Udaipur early morning after breakfast. And, after reaching Pushkar, we immediately proceed to our sightseeing tour of the city.

Introduction to Pushkar city: Pushkar city is mainly known as one of the most famous and revered pilgrimages of India. It is regarded to be the abode of Lord Brahma, one of the three Hindu gods forming the great Hindu trilogy. Lord Brahma symbolizes birth and is regarded as the creator of the world. Apart from the famous Pushkar Lake and numerous temples in the city, Pushkar is also famous for the ‘Pushkar Fair’, which fair is held annually amidst religious significance. Also, organized at the same time, is the largest Camel fair of the world.

Pushkar Camel Fair: The venue of the Pushkar fair is the Pushkar Lake. This fair is renowned throughout the world. It’s an annual event, organized during the month of November. Pilgrims, from far and wide come to attend this fair and take sacred dips into the Pushkar Lake. Apart from having religious significance, this fair is also the largest camel fair in the world.

Brahma Temple: The most famous and visited tourist attraction of Pushkar is the Brahma Temple. It is the only temple of Lord Brahma (creator of the world) in the whole world. The temple was constructed in the 14th Century, and houses a life-size statue of Lord Brahma. The temple is made up of marble and its floor is decorated with silver coins donated by the pilgrims.

Pushkar Lake: The legend behind the Pushkar Lake is that the lake originated when some Lotus petals fell on Earth from the hands of Lord Brahma. Surrounding the lake, are 52 ghats, each having water with special powers. The Pushkar Lake also serves as the venue for the renowned Pushkar fair held every year.

Savitri Temple: Dedicated to Goddess Savitri, the wife of Lord Brahma, this temple holds a legend to itself. It is believed that once Lord Brahma had to perform a Yagna immediately. However, the performance of the Yagna required the presence of his wife. So, he married a local milkmaid named Gayatri for the purpose. When Brahma's wife, Savitri, found out, she cursed Lord Brahma that he would be worshipped only in Pushkar and only once a year. Then, she immolated herself at the Ratnagiri Hill, where the temple now stands.

Warah Temple: The Warah temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu (preserver of the world). The temple has an image of lord Vishnu in the incarnation of a wild boar. The legend has it that Lord Vishnu came here and took the form of a Warah (wild boar) to kill the demon Hirnayaksh.


Day 11: Pushkar to Jaipur.

After breakfast drive to Jaipur. Drive will provide you with wonderful experience of Indian way of life. Upon reaching Jaipur, we check into our hotel, and rest for the remaining day.


Day 12: Jaipur Sightseeing Tours.

Jaipur literally means the city of victory and is the capital of Rajasthan. Also known as the Pink city, Jaipur is surrounded by rugged hills on three sides. There are numerous monuments also in the city that stand as a witness to the royal bygone era. Apart from that, various parks, gardens, lakes, etc provide the tourists with an unforgettable experience. Not only for sightseeing purpose, the city of Jaipur is also widely known as a shopper's paradise. You will find some of the most impressive handicrafts in Jaipur markets. We select the following prominent places for our sightseeing tours:

Amber Fort: The Fort is located at a distance of 11 kilometers from Jaipur. The exterior of the Fort is not in the least like its interiors. The outside is very imposing and rugged looking, whereas the inside is a comforting and warm interior influenced by both Hindu and Muslim style of ornamentation. On the walls, are paintings depicting various hunting scenes, and the walls are covered with intricate carving, mosaic and minute mirror work that make the halls look very majestic and imperial. The fort is built with white marble and red sandstone, and looks even more attractive because of the Maota Lake in the foreground. Hawa Mahal: Adjoining the famous City Palace wall, this Mahal has become one of the major landmarks of Jaipur. The palace is a five-storied building with arched roof is shaped like a pyramid. As one looks at this building, one realizes that the rear side of the building is comparatively very plain and lacks much of ornamentation. One is rather surprised at the contrast, since in the front of the Mahal, there is intricate carving and much attention has been paid to minute details, while the backside of it is more a mass of pillars and passages. Since the Hawa Mahal was built at a time, when women of the royal families were restricted from the coming out to the public. This does explain why Hawa Mahal has such tiny windows and many screened balconies. The royal ladies could look below at the people and many other processions in the streets without showing themselves and thus enjoy a sense of freedom.

City Palace: Jaipur city is known for its many palaces and forts, and one of these major landmarks is the City Palace Complex. The architecture of the City Palace is a synthesis of Rajasthani and Mughal styles of architecture. The Complex comprises of many structures, courtyards, gardens and buildings. There are many splendid small palaces and halls in the complex, and also has a famous temple called the Shri Govind Temple and a museum inside called the City Palace Museum. Here is a splendid gateway, which leads to the Diwan-I-Khas (Hall of Private audience). It is an open hall, where there are two silver vessels on display, which are in the Guinness book of World Records.

Jantar Mantar: The Jaipur observatory was built in 1728. There is actually a fascinating story in relation to the construction of the Observatory. According to the story, King Sawai Jai Singh II sent his envoys to various parts of the world. The emissaries came back with manuals and astronomical tables and tons of data on the advances made in the fields of astronomy. La Hire's "Tables" was one of these manuals, and impressed by it, Sawai Jai Sing II ordered the observatory to be constructed according to the data available in this manual. Amazingly, after Jantar Mantar was built, it was discovered that the Observatory was more accurate than the Table itself. So when you are in Jaipur, do not miss the opportunity to check out the biggest stone observatory in the world, which is still in a running condition and stands witness to the wisdom of the former age.


Day 13: From Jaipur to Agra.

We depart Jaipur on our coach bus, and head to Agra enjoying the landscapes as we take a ride of 5 and half hours long. Upon reaching Agra, we check into our hotel, and relax for the rest of the day.


Day 14: Agra fullday sightseeing.

Agra Sightseeing Tours. In the morning, after breakfast at the hotel, we go out for the sightseeing tours of the following prominent attractions of Agra:

Taj Mahal: Taj Mahal is regarded as one of the eight wonders of the world, and some Western historians have noted that its architectural beauty has never been surpassed. It is also inducted into UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and is the most beautiful monument built by the Mughals, the Muslim rulers of India. It is built entirely of white marble. Its stunning architectural beauty is irresistible particularly at dawn and sunset. The Taj seems to glow in the light of the full moon. Taj Mahal was built by a Muslim Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his dear wife and Queen Mumtaz Mahal. It is an "elegy in marble" or some say an expression of a "dream." Taj Mahal (meaning Crown Palace) is also a Mausoleum housing the grave of Queen Mumtaz Mahal at the lower chamber. The grave of Emperor Shah Jahan was added to it later. Taj Mahal was constructed over a period of twenty-two years employing twenty thousand workers. The architectural design uses the interlocking arabesque concept, in which each element stands on its own, and perfectly integrates with the main structure. It uses the principles of self-replicating geometry and the symmetry of architectural elements.

Agra Fort: The fort is built alongside the Yamuna river and stretches almost 2.5 km consisting of wall built in red sandstone. The wall has 2 gates – ‘the Delhi Gate’ and ‘the Amar Singh Gate’. You can only enter the fort via the Amar Singh Gate. Inside the fort, there are many buildings of historical importance, and many sites of architectural beauty, such as Diwan-i-Am (Hall of Public Audience), Royal Pavilions containing beautiful mosques, palaces, and Bazaar. Several of the buildings are made of pure marble with beautiful carvings. To cool off the rooms in the marble pavilions, the walls were hollow and filled with running water. From the balconies in the pavilions, you have a nice view of the Yamuna river and Taj Mahal. As the story goes, the emperor Shah Jahan, who built the Taj, was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb in the Agra Fort, where he had a view of the building erected for his deceased wife.


Day 15: Agra - New Delhi

Upon arrival in New Delhi, check in hotel, half day sightseeing to the following locations.

India Gate: India Gate of New Delhi, the war memorial arch, was built by the British in the honor of the unknown martyrs, who lost their lives in the First World War and Second Afghan War. Originally known as All India War Memorial, it has the names of the soldiers who died in the wars inscribed on its walls. Since 1971, there is the eternal soldier's flame burning under it, known as 'Amar Jawaan Jyoti'. It is the ceremonial boulevard of the Indian republic that boasts of ornamental parks, pools and gardens alongside. It is here that the much-awaited event of Republic Day Parade takes place on 26th January every year.

Presidential Residence of India: Also known as President's House, the building holds a prominent position in New Delhi. Designed by the British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, this classical building uses colors and details peculiar to Indian architecture. It was in 1950 that President started living in this ceremonial building and the formally known 'Viceroy's House' was renamed as 'Rashtrapati Bhavan.' It has 340 decorated rooms and a floor area of 200,000 square feet. It presents a spectacular blend of Mughal and European architectural styles.

Raj Ghat: The cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi is one of the most visited sites in Delhi. It consists of a simple square black-marble platform that stands on the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated. Nearby, there are cremation sites of Jawaharlal Nehru - the first Prime Minister of India, and other great personnel of India, such as Indira Gandhi, Sanjay Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri. Raj Ghat is situated to the south of Red Fort and is very peaceful site.


Day 16: Full day New Delhi Sightseeing.

After breakfast, we will have full day sightseeing tour New Delhi.

Red Fort: It is one of the most spectacular pieces of Mughal Architecture, built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan between 1638 and 1648. The Fort sports all the obvious trappings befitting a vital center of Mughal governance - halls of public and private audiences, domed and arched marble palaces, plush private apartments, a mosque, and elaborately designed gardens. Even today, the Fort is an eloquent reminder of the glory of the Mughal era, and its magnificence simply leaves one awestruck. It is still a calm haven of peace, which helps one to break away, from noisy and busy life outside the walls of the Fort.

Qutab Minar: The victory tower’ whose foundation was laid in 1199 A.D., and is undoubtedly one of the finest stone towers in India, and one of the most important landmarks of Delhi. The tower tapers from a base of 14.32 m to 2.75 m at its top, and was taken 20 years to complete. Built in red sandstone, this tower sports the inscriptions of verses of Holy Quran and some intricate carvings.

Lotus Temple: The 40 m high Lotus Temple is one of the most beautiful temples in India built in the shape of a half-opened Lotus flower. Completed in 1986, this pure white marble temple is also known as ‘Taj of Modern India’. Surrounded by carefully manicured lawns, it has been constructed using marble, cement, sand and dolomite. The temple structure has 27 giant white marble petals and nine pools, indicative of the nine unifying spiritual paths of the ‘Baha'i faith’, which believes in oneness of all religions and mankind. The faith emphasizes on ‘prayer’, which is described as 'Conversation with God,' and ‘meditation’, which is described as 'Key for opening the doors of mysteries'. The temple represents the broad views and scientific ideas of Baha`i faith and signifies the purity and the universality of the Lord. A perfect silence is maintained in the main hall of prayer, to allow the devotees to meditate and pray peacefully.


Day 17: Departure from Delhi.

After one last meal at the hotel, we thank you for being with us in your incredible journey of Rajasthan, and drive you back to international airport of Delhi for your safe trip back home.


- All airport transfers.

- Hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis.

- Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

- Private vehicles.

- Local English Speaking Tour Escort/guide.

- All sightseeing with entry fees.

- All applicable govt. taxes.


- All flights.

- All applicable airport taxes.

- Special entry fees for camera / video camera.

- Laundry, telephone calls, drinks, etc.

- Tips.

- Travel and Personal Insurance.

- Passport and Visas.

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