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Highlights of Northern India - 10 Days Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Orcha, Khajuraho & Varanasi tour with option to Extend to Bhutan, Nepal and Darjeeling

The tour highlights the very best and must see places of Northern India. From the capital Delhi, we travel to Jaipur, the capital of colourful Rajasthan. Visiting the myths and legends associated with Agra to see the mesmerizing beauty of the Taj Mahal. From Agra, journey through rural India to the picturesque town of Orcha and further away from cities to the Khajuraho, to admire the stunning 1,000-year-old temples – infamous for their explicit carvings depicting the entire Kama Sutra. Our final leg of this India journey brings us Varanasi, one of the oldest cities in the world and holiest for the Hindu.
From Varanasi you can extend your travel to Bhutan, Nepal or Darjeeling or all of them.


Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Delhi – Welcome To India. Upon arrival in Delhi, meet and transfer to the hotel. Take a rest to recover from jet lag.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 2: Short Delhi Tour and drive to Jaipur(B) After breakfast, check out of the hotel. Before taking on the road to Jaipur, we will briefly tour New Delhi. Drive through the Raj Path Avenue, where we will view the India Gate, a memorial for the unknown soldiers of World War, see the Parliament Buildings and President of India’s House all from outside. Then in the outskirts of Delhi, visit the World heritage listed sites of Humayun’s  Tomb, the first garden tomb built in 1570, which set a benchmark for later Mughal mausoleums in India, including the Taj Mahal. Also stop to wonder at the tall brick minaret of Qutab Minar, an UNESCO World Heritage Site made of red sandstone and marble, built way back in 1193.
Then begin our drive to Jaipur, which around 4 ½ hrs drive, scanning the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle. This evening, take a walk to the city’s crowded and colourful bazaars, which sell a wide variety of artisan goods. Jaipur is famous for semi-precious stones.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 3: Jaipur Tour (B) Jaipur also called “Pink City” is the capital of the colorful state of Rajasthan.  We begin our full day private tour after breakfast. At the outskirts of the city, on a hilltop is the fortress and Palace complex called Amber Palace. Ride the elephant uphill, just as in the old days the Kings would have to visit Amber Palace. Make a photos stop at India’s most photographed building after the Taj Mahal, the Hawa Mahal or ‘Palace of the Winds’. This famous building has elaborately carved facade built to enable the ladies in the Palace to watch the goings-on in the street below without being seen. Visit the City Palace and its museum, located in the heart of the Old City. Visit Jantar Mantar, one of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipur.
Option: In the evening, if you feel like it, you can discover the extravagance of a Bollywood blockbuster, at the spectacular Raj Mandir Cinema.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 4: Jaipur – Agra via Fatehpur Sikri (B) En-route to Agra, stop at Fatehpur Sikri, the deserted former capital of the Akbar, the most famous Mughal Emperor. This magnificent deserted Mughal city was built by Emperor Akbar in 1569, only to be abandoned after 15 years due to the scarcity of water. Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site and see the elements of different religions: Akbar built three palaces for each of his favourite wives—a Hindu, a Muslim, and a Christian. A highlight of the settlement is Jama Masjid, a striking mosque featuring elements of both Persian and Hindu design. The main entrance of the mosque is the impressive 54-metre high Buland Darwaza, the Gate of Victory, constructed to commemorate Akbar’s military victory in Gujarat.
Upon arrival in Agra, enjoy walking in Sadar Bazaar which is famous for handicrafts, marble goods and leather shoes.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 5: Agra – Taj Mahal (B) Early this morning, visit the Taj Mahal, the ultimate monument to love. Built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, the ornate carvings and bejewelled marble of this mausoleum are truly breath taking. Spend the afternoon exploring impressive Agra’s Red Fort, home to Shan Jahan and many Mughal Emperors prior and after him.
In the evening, you have an option to see light and sound show at Agra Fort, which displays and showcases the history of Agra Fort or you can simply rest and stay in the hotel.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 6: Agra- Jhansi by Train and drive to Orchha (B) Early this morning (at 8:00AM), take a two and half hour (A/c) train ride across Indian terrain to Jhansi. Transfer short distance to picturesque town of Orchha.
Located on the banks of the Betwa River, Orchha has changed little over the centuries. Although a small town today, Orcha once served as the capital of the Bundela Kings, one of the largest and powerful Kingdom in central India, and as a result, Orchha has more temples and palaces than any town of this size deserves. Crumbling temples and palaces are scattered across rural countryside, their spires and domes rise from the jungle. Orchha, means ‘Hidden’ and it is indeed a hidden gem. Visit Orchha Fort Palace Complex, Raja Ram Temple and Cenotaphs and tour the local village.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 7: Orchha- Khajuraho (B) With our private vehicle, drive across the rural India to Khajuraho, which is around 180KM/4hrs away. Far from any major cities, Khajuraho’s remote location saved its stunning 1,000-year-old temples – infamous for their explicit carvings depicting the entire Kama Sutra. Although remote and very quiet today, in the tenth century Khajuraho was the center of the thriving civilization of the Chandelas.  This magnificent group of temples (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) was built between the ninth and tenth centuries. The erotic stone carvings here have come to symbolize the important role of love and prana energy in Hindu thought.  Only about 20 temples survive from the 85 that were originally built, but they are among the finest in India.  This afternoon, we visit the eastern and western temple complexes. In the evening there are optional activities such as Sound & Light Show in held near the Western temple or see the famous Kandariya classical dance performance in a Theater.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 8: Khajuraho- Flight to Varanasi (B) In the morning, visit the Southern group of temples and take a quick flight to Varanasi, the holiest of Hindu cities. Meet and transfer to the hotel.
Known as Benares or Kashi in ancient India, Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world, with a written history dating back more than 4,000 years. It has an intense, almost palpable atmosphere of spiritual devotion, a feeling of an unending religious festival. Hundreds of temples propitiate the thousands of deities in the Hindu pantheon. Pilgrims from every part of this vast nation crowd the narrow streets and the riverside ghats. Towards the evening, transfer to the bathing ghats located alongside the sacred River Ganges. People flock in large numbers every day to bathe and worship in the temples built beside the riverbank. Feel the timelessness of Varanasi as the sun sets and as the temple priests perform aarti, the sacred light ceremony, on the banks of Mother Ganga. After the puja ceremony is complete, transfer back to the hotel.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 9: Varanasi (B) At sunrise, we board our small boat for a cruise on the Ganges. From our boat we can see the everyday life of this holy city. People arrive at the ghats at dawn to take a ritual dip, perform yoga asanas, religious rites, wash clothes and offer flowers and incense to the river. After disembarking, walk with your guide to visit local temple before returning to the hotel for breakfast.
After breakfast, we drive to the nearby ancient Buddhist learning center of Sarnath. Here, Gautama Buddha preached his first sermon to his first disciples. Visit some of the Buddhist temples and Sarnath Museum, (except on Fridays, when the museum is closed) which houses some of the great treasures of Indian Buddhist art. We may be able to visit a local silk-weaving workshop.
Return to Varanasi, where plan on visiting Banaras Hindu University, Bharat Mata temple and if time is still available, we will walk through crowded alleyways, and browse its markets.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 10: Flight Varanasi – Delhi or extend to Bhutan or Nepa(B)Transfer to airport for your flight to Delhi. Connect your international flight OR you can opt for extension tour to Nepal and fly Kathmandu.


Nepal Extension via Lumbini

Day 10: Drive from Varanasi to Lumbini (6-7hrs), crossing into Nepal

Day 11 & 12: Lumbini to Chitwan: Drive to Chitwan and spend two nights in Chitwan National Park

Day 13 & 14: Travel to Pokhara (5-6hrs) and spend two nights in Pokhara

Day 15 & 16: Drive to Kathmandu (5-6hrs) and spend two night in Kathmandu

Day 17: Departure from Kathmandu and or extend to Bhutan

Bhutan Extension

Day 10: Fly or train from Varanasi to Kolkata

Day 11: Fly to Bhutan, travel to Thimphu

Day 12: Thimphu

Day 13: Thimphu to Haa Valley

Day 14: Haa to Paro valley

Day 15 & 16: In Paro valley with one day for hike to famous Takstang Monastery.

Day 17: Departure

 

 


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Trip highlights

  • A brief tour in capital Delhi to cover Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Rajpath Avenue and India Gate.
  • Discover the delights of the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur, where we ride an elephant to Amber fort. Visit Hawa Mahal, City Palace Museum and Jantar Mantar Observatory
  • Tour the ruins of Fatehpur Sikri, Akbar’s capital city, on our way to Agra.
  • Visit the timeless Taj Mahal of Agra and get swept up in a kaleidoscope of colours in the local market.
  • Travel through central India’s rural areas and spend a night in picturesque Orcha with palaces and temples rising from the jungles
  • Peruse Khajuraho’s erotic temple carvings
  • Mingle with pilgrims in spiritual Varanasi, where we ride boat on Ganges, visit sarnath and stroll through it narrow alleys filled with lively shops and color. Also visit Sarnath from Varanasi
  • Easily extend your trip to Nepal, Bhutan, Darjeeling/Sikkim or all

Trip Overview

Trip Price From US$ 1110 | See Details

Trip Accommodation4 star deluxe hotels with combination of heritage hotels.

Trip SeasonsJanurary to March
August to December

Group SizeMaximum 8 pax ( Guranteed even for single traveller)

MealsDaily breakfast only

RouteDelhi-Jaipur-Agra-Jhansi-Orchha-Khajuraho-Varanasi

Trip TypeCultural Tour

Best MonthsFebruary, March, April, August, September, October, November

Good MonthsJanuary, December

Lean MonthsMay, June, July

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Delhi – Welcome To India. Upon arrival in Delhi, meet and transfer to the hotel. Take a rest to recover from jet lag.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 2: Short Delhi Tour and drive to Jaipur(B) After breakfast, check out of the hotel. Before taking on the road to Jaipur, we will briefly tour New Delhi. Drive through the Raj Path Avenue, where we will view the India Gate, a memorial for the unknown soldiers of World War, see the Parliament Buildings and President of India’s House all from outside. Then in the outskirts of Delhi, visit the World heritage listed sites of Humayun’s  Tomb, the first garden tomb built in 1570, which set a benchmark for later Mughal mausoleums in India, including the Taj Mahal. Also stop to wonder at the tall brick minaret of Qutab Minar, an UNESCO World Heritage Site made of red sandstone and marble, built way back in 1193.
Then begin our drive to Jaipur, which around 4 ½ hrs drive, scanning the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle. This evening, take a walk to the city’s crowded and colourful bazaars, which sell a wide variety of artisan goods. Jaipur is famous for semi-precious stones.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 3: Jaipur Tour (B) Jaipur also called “Pink City” is the capital of the colorful state of Rajasthan.  We begin our full day private tour after breakfast. At the outskirts of the city, on a hilltop is the fortress and Palace complex called Amber Palace. Ride the elephant uphill, just as in the old days the Kings would have to visit Amber Palace. Make a photos stop at India’s most photographed building after the Taj Mahal, the Hawa Mahal or ‘Palace of the Winds’. This famous building has elaborately carved facade built to enable the ladies in the Palace to watch the goings-on in the street below without being seen. Visit the City Palace and its museum, located in the heart of the Old City. Visit Jantar Mantar, one of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipur.
Option: In the evening, if you feel like it, you can discover the extravagance of a Bollywood blockbuster, at the spectacular Raj Mandir Cinema.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 4: Jaipur – Agra via Fatehpur Sikri (B) En-route to Agra, stop at Fatehpur Sikri, the deserted former capital of the Akbar, the most famous Mughal Emperor. This magnificent deserted Mughal city was built by Emperor Akbar in 1569, only to be abandoned after 15 years due to the scarcity of water. Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site and see the elements of different religions: Akbar built three palaces for each of his favourite wives—a Hindu, a Muslim, and a Christian. A highlight of the settlement is Jama Masjid, a striking mosque featuring elements of both Persian and Hindu design. The main entrance of the mosque is the impressive 54-metre high Buland Darwaza, the Gate of Victory, constructed to commemorate Akbar’s military victory in Gujarat.
Upon arrival in Agra, enjoy walking in Sadar Bazaar which is famous for handicrafts, marble goods and leather shoes.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 5: Agra – Taj Mahal (B) Early this morning, visit the Taj Mahal, the ultimate monument to love. Built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, the ornate carvings and bejewelled marble of this mausoleum are truly breath taking. Spend the afternoon exploring impressive Agra’s Red Fort, home to Shan Jahan and many Mughal Emperors prior and after him.
In the evening, you have an option to see light and sound show at Agra Fort, which displays and showcases the history of Agra Fort or you can simply rest and stay in the hotel.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 6: Agra- Jhansi by Train and drive to Orchha (B) Early this morning (at 8:00AM), take a two and half hour (A/c) train ride across Indian terrain to Jhansi. Transfer short distance to picturesque town of Orchha.
Located on the banks of the Betwa River, Orchha has changed little over the centuries. Although a small town today, Orcha once served as the capital of the Bundela Kings, one of the largest and powerful Kingdom in central India, and as a result, Orchha has more temples and palaces than any town of this size deserves. Crumbling temples and palaces are scattered across rural countryside, their spires and domes rise from the jungle. Orchha, means ‘Hidden’ and it is indeed a hidden gem. Visit Orchha Fort Palace Complex, Raja Ram Temple and Cenotaphs and tour the local village.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 7: Orchha- Khajuraho (B) With our private vehicle, drive across the rural India to Khajuraho, which is around 180KM/4hrs away. Far from any major cities, Khajuraho’s remote location saved its stunning 1,000-year-old temples – infamous for their explicit carvings depicting the entire Kama Sutra. Although remote and very quiet today, in the tenth century Khajuraho was the center of the thriving civilization of the Chandelas.  This magnificent group of temples (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) was built between the ninth and tenth centuries. The erotic stone carvings here have come to symbolize the important role of love and prana energy in Hindu thought.  Only about 20 temples survive from the 85 that were originally built, but they are among the finest in India.  This afternoon, we visit the eastern and western temple complexes. In the evening there are optional activities such as Sound & Light Show in held near the Western temple or see the famous Kandariya classical dance performance in a Theater.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 8: Khajuraho- Flight to Varanasi (B) In the morning, visit the Southern group of temples and take a quick flight to Varanasi, the holiest of Hindu cities. Meet and transfer to the hotel.
Known as Benares or Kashi in ancient India, Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world, with a written history dating back more than 4,000 years. It has an intense, almost palpable atmosphere of spiritual devotion, a feeling of an unending religious festival. Hundreds of temples propitiate the thousands of deities in the Hindu pantheon. Pilgrims from every part of this vast nation crowd the narrow streets and the riverside ghats. Towards the evening, transfer to the bathing ghats located alongside the sacred River Ganges. People flock in large numbers every day to bathe and worship in the temples built beside the riverbank. Feel the timelessness of Varanasi as the sun sets and as the temple priests perform aarti, the sacred light ceremony, on the banks of Mother Ganga. After the puja ceremony is complete, transfer back to the hotel.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 9: Varanasi (B) At sunrise, we board our small boat for a cruise on the Ganges. From our boat we can see the everyday life of this holy city. People arrive at the ghats at dawn to take a ritual dip, perform yoga asanas, religious rites, wash clothes and offer flowers and incense to the river. After disembarking, walk with your guide to visit local temple before returning to the hotel for breakfast.
After breakfast, we drive to the nearby ancient Buddhist learning center of Sarnath. Here, Gautama Buddha preached his first sermon to his first disciples. Visit some of the Buddhist temples and Sarnath Museum, (except on Fridays, when the museum is closed) which houses some of the great treasures of Indian Buddhist art. We may be able to visit a local silk-weaving workshop.
Return to Varanasi, where plan on visiting Banaras Hindu University, Bharat Mata temple and if time is still available, we will walk through crowded alleyways, and browse its markets.
Overnight in hotel.

Day 10: Flight Varanasi – Delhi or extend to Bhutan or Nepa(B)Transfer to airport for your flight to Delhi. Connect your international flight OR you can opt for extension tour to Nepal and fly Kathmandu.


Nepal Extension via Lumbini

Day 10: Drive from Varanasi to Lumbini (6-7hrs), crossing into Nepal

Day 11 & 12: Lumbini to Chitwan: Drive to Chitwan and spend two nights in Chitwan National Park

Day 13 & 14: Travel to Pokhara (5-6hrs) and spend two nights in Pokhara

Day 15 & 16: Drive to Kathmandu (5-6hrs) and spend two night in Kathmandu

Day 17: Departure from Kathmandu and or extend to Bhutan

Bhutan Extension

Day 10: Fly or train from Varanasi to Kolkata

Day 11: Fly to Bhutan, travel to Thimphu

Day 12: Thimphu

Day 13: Thimphu to Haa Valley

Day 14: Haa to Paro valley

Day 15 & 16: In Paro valley with one day for hike to famous Takstang Monastery.

Day 17: Departure

 

 


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Dates & Prices

Cost Per Person in US Dollars
This is small Group Journey with daily – guaranteed departures, but available for private trips at a small premium.
Cost is based on number of participants (Maximum 8 members). At the time of sign-up, you will be invoiced based on 2 participants and final invoice will be raised on total sign-ups before departure.

  • 6-8 members: $1110 Per Person
  • 3-5 members: $ 1170 Per Person
  • 2 member: $1260 Per Person
  • Single member: $1970 (including single room supplement)
  • Single room supplement: $400
  • For trips in May until 15 September 10 % discount will be provided.
  • Exclusively choosing to travel privately will be charged small fee. Ask for details
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Accommodations

4 star type hotels are used.
1 night in New Delhi in Jaypee Siddharth or Hotel Hans
2 nights in Jaipur in Hotel Sarovar Portico
2 nights in Agra in hotel Howard Plaza
1 night in Orchha in hotel Amar Mahal
1 night in Khajuraho in hotel Ramada Khajuraho
2 nights in Varanasi in hotel Hindustan International


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    5 "James N.W" India Tour of Delhi, Agra & Jaipur (India Portion) Hi Santosh, We are now at the hotel in Delhi - reflecting on our great trip here.  Thank you for making everything work so smoothly and adjusting to have Raj join.  He was excellent to support our journey in many ways - and

    India Tour of Delhi, Agra & Jaipur (India Portion) Hi Santosh, We are now at the hotel in Delhi - reflecting on our great trip here.  Thank you for making everything work so smoothly and adjusting to have Raj join.  He was excellent to support our journey in many ways - and we got to know so much more about the culture, current events while he managed every detail along the way. Denish was amazing as our driver - we never once were feeling anxious given the extremely busy roads...he was ever so skillful in navagating.  We would daily comment on how he


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    Our guide Gaurav was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed his company. ( Our guide Gaurav was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed his company.)
    5 "Carlo P. & Benjamin P. S. D." I also wanted to say what a wonderful tour we had. Our guide Gaurav was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed his company. He loves his country and religion and we learnt so very much from him. He always went the extra mile to make our trip extra special and to

    I also wanted to say what a wonderful tour we had. Our guide Gaurav was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed his company. He loves his country and religion and we learnt so very much from him. He always went the extra mile to make our trip extra special and to make sure we were enjoying every moment. The driver did a fantastic job in the chaotic traffic and got us safely to our destinations. We were so grateful that he was driving. The hotels were lovely and Gaurav made sure that we took time to enjoy the hotel and pool. Thank


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    We did appreciate the fact that during our trip you made sure that everything went well. ( We did appreciate the fact that during our trip you made sure that everything went well.)
    5 "Richard, Martin, Daniel & Rémi." North India tour from 20Oct till 17Nov 2012 Hello Santosh, Martin, Richard, Daniel & I would like to thank you very very much for the great Indian adventure you had planned for us. Everything went smoothly from the start till the end. We did appreciate the fact that during our trip you made

    North India tour from 20Oct till 17Nov 2012 Hello Santosh, Martin, Richard, Daniel & I would like to thank you very very much for the great Indian adventure you had planned for us. Everything went smoothly from the start till the end. We did appreciate the fact that during our trip you made sure that everything went well. Santosh, I am sorry I could not call you back before our departure but we did not have any more minutes available on our phone and we had to leave earlier the hotel because of the death of the indian political official that day. The bookings of


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    The trip was excellent / amazing. Both my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it! ( The trip was excellent / amazing. Both my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it!)
    5 "John & Bernadette Gallagher" Delhi- Agra- jaipur from 30 Sept to 07 Oct 2011 The trip was excellent / amazing. Both my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Top marks to Mukesh (guide) and Hacinda (driver). I couldn't say enough good about them. They made a great team and always went the extra mile to make

    Delhi- Agra- jaipur from 30 Sept to 07 Oct 2011 The trip was excellent / amazing. Both my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Top marks to Mukesh (guide) and Hacinda (driver). I couldn't say enough good about them. They made a great team and always went the extra mile to make our trip to India a memorable and successful trip. Please be sure to pass our compliments on Mukesh & Hacinda to your supplier in India. Delhi Taj Mahal Palace is a great hotel - would recommend it. All visits made here were very good. Agra The train experience was a good one. The Taj was as


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    5 "Cindy S" As I mentioned, I am happy to give you my personal feedback on this trip. This was the trip of a lifetime for me! Thank you, Cindy- Bhutan Traverse & North India Sept 9-29, 2010.

    As I mentioned, I am happy to give you my personal feedback on this trip. This was the trip of a lifetime for me! Thank you, Cindy- Bhutan Traverse & North India Sept 9-29, 2010.


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    the many faces and experiences of Bhutan are indelible fixed in our minds ( the many faces and experiences of Bhutan are indelible fixed in our minds)
    5 "John B" Just a few selected photos to give you a hint of what we were doing in Bhutan. Ugen, I'll send a short report to you in the near future. I completed the longer form that Wind Horse provided at the beginning of our adventure. The bottom line is that while

    Just a few selected photos to give you a hint of what we were doing in Bhutan. Ugen, I'll send a short report to you in the near future. I completed the longer form that Wind Horse provided at the beginning of our adventure. The bottom line is that while we are glad to be home after three long and fairly rigorous weeks, the many faces and experiences of Bhutan are indelible fixed in our minds. Sonam and Mr. Guddu (sp?) were our perfect hosts. Jb. West to East Bhutan Traverse from Sept 10-24 & North India from 24-29 Sept 2010.


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    Thank You again for your splendid selection of companies to serve me in the various cities that I was in ( Thank You again for your splendid selection of companies to serve me in the various cities that I was in)
    5 "Skip Nieman" Hello Santosh Now that I am home from all my journeys, I have some time to write you. Thank You for arranging my trip with such great people, meeting me and driving in all the cities that I visited on my whirlwind tour of Northern India. They were always on time

    Hello Santosh Now that I am home from all my journeys, I have some time to write you. Thank You for arranging my trip with such great people, meeting me and driving in all the cities that I visited on my whirlwind tour of Northern India. They were always on time and they waited for me at the airport sometimes for hours due to my delayed flights. Of specific mentioning were the Driver and Guide in Agra/Jaipur ...they were super. The driver was MORE THAN excellent ...he was totally a great guy .In fact he was the best driver that I


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