India Family Tiger Adventure Itinerary

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      USD $995
      CAD $995
      AUD $1,045
      EUR €725
      GBP £625
      NZD $1,240
      ZAR R9,510
      CHF FR895
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india agra taj mahal sunset silhouette dusk

india agra soccer game local kids playing taj mahal

india bengal tiger wild wildlife safari forest national park

india jaisalmer women locals colourful pink green

india kerala boat canal lake river locals rowing

india old man face paint elder local beard

Day 1 Delhi

Welcome to Delhi, a magical city of surprising contrasts. Get to know this mammoth metropolis on a guided sightseeing tour of Old and New Delhi. Visit the Jami Masjid, Delhi’s largest mosque, then ply your way through the crowds and down to the impressive Red Fort. Marvel at New Delhi's wide boulevards and imposing buildings and visit Parliament House, President House and India Gate.
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Day 2 Agra

Witness the sunrise bathe the Taj Mahal in pink hues. Marvel at the ornate beauty of this exquisite monument to love decorated with semi-precious stones. Head to just outside of Agra to visit the rose-coloured Fatehpur Sikri.
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Days 3-4 Ranthambore National Park

Explore Ranthambore National Park, a real-life 'Jungle Book' that is home to historical ruins as well as wildlife, including the Bengal tiger, the jungle cat, crocodiles and three types of antelope – nilgai, sambar and chital.
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Days 5-6 Jaipur

Glimpse a complete cross-section of Indian life on a train ride to the ‘pink city’ of Jaipur, where camels and bullock-carts fill the streets and monkeys live in the city walls. Visit the City Palace, once the home of the maharaja, before seeing the 18th-century Jantar Mantar, an astronomical observatory built by the city’s founder, Jai Singh.
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Days 7-8 Nawalgarh/Surajgarth

Drive through the princely state of Rajasthan and catch glimpses of life in the most colourful of India’s regions. See sari-clad women carrying terracotta pots of water and, if time allows, stop for a game of cricket with the locals.
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Days 9-10 Delhi

Return to Delhi. Perhaps stop by Ghandi’s house, chase a bargain in the shops and markets around Connaught Place or say farewell to India with a hearty local meal.
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