$2699 – 2-for-1 India: 9-Day Small Group Tour w/Flights, reg $5999
Incredible value - two travel for just $1350pp including flights, transfer, tours & meals
This nine-day tour of India -- a "soulful, soul-stirring country, overflowing with cultural treasures, spiritual wonder, and natural beauty" (Fodor's Travel) -- is the best priced flight-inclusive India holiday we have ever published.
The small group tour itinerary focuses on India's Golden Triangle - Delhi, Agra and Jaipur - and is available for an incredible $2699 for two guests, saving $3300 off the regular price of the package.
Small group tours allow you to travel off the beaten track and experience a country as a traveller rather than a tourist. Group sizes are limited to a maximum of 20 people per vehicle and you'll have a chance to meet local people and gain real insights into India's cultural heritage.
Travelzoo Tip: March is a particularly good month to visit India's Golden Triangle if you prefer to travel when it's a little cooler - it is also the month when the colour-throwing festival of Holi takes place.
- Return international flights including checked baggage
- Seven nights' accommodation in Delhi, Jaipur and Agra
- All transfers and air-conditioned coach transport throughout
- Eight meals: breakfast daily and one dinner
- Sightseeing as per itinerary with an English-speaking guide
- Return airport transfers and transport throughout in air-conditioned vehicles
Prices are for two travellers. Valid for travel from Sydney or Melbourne.
Weekly departures from 10 March until 19 June 2020. A high season surcharge applies on selected departure dates.
Other options: A three-day extension to Varanasi, a place Lonely Planet describes as "the India of your imagination", is available for an extra $1100 for two. You can upgrade to premium 4- and 5-star accommodation throughout for an additional $800 for two.
Available until sold out.
The iconic Golden Triangle circuit includes India's most must-see sights. Begin in Delhi, India's vibrant capital where you'll explore the walled city of Old Delhi, the Red Fort and the largest mosque in India as well as a cycle rickshaw ride through one of the colourful bazaars. Cross over to New Delhi to see Laxminarayan Temple, the presidential palace and the spectacular Lotus Temple.
The next stop is Jaipur, known as the 'Pink City' after the town and its hilltop forts were painted a bright pink to celebrate the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1876. While here, head to the ancient Amber Fort high in the Rajasthan Hills to get a view of the city.
The final stop is Agra, where the iconic Taj Mahal awaits. The incredible palace commissioned to be built by Shah Jahan in 1631 in memory of his late wife, is widely regarded as one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World.
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