BARE NECESSITIES TOUR OF NORTHERN INDIA
Tailor Made Sample Itinerary No.4
This itinerary of northern India takes in some wonderful locations while providing private road transfers, quality accommodation and the chance to see many of the sights in your own way. You have the opportunity to explore New Delhi, the wildlife at Bharatpur, the fabulous Taj Mahal and the Moghul city of Fatehpur Sikri either independently or with optional guide before taking the sleeper train to the highlight: Bandhavghar, probably the best tiger reserve in India. From your first class jungle resort, enjoy four inclusive guided game drives to view the most majestic of all cats, as well as a plethora of other wildlife. This tour has it all: train journeys, culture, wildlife, architecture and history, all at an affordable price - aside from the tiger game drives, we let you decide what to do and how you wish to fly.
Trip Tip: Taj Mahal is closed on Fridays. Red Fort in Delhi closed Mondays. Choose travel dates accordingly.
From £1210 per person.
Price is per person sharing double/twin rooms.
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This tour is part of our new collection of Bare Necessities sample tailor-made tours where you decide what to do when, while staying in a great selection of accommodation and benefiting from our usual high standards of service.
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Thank you for arranging such a thoroughly enjoyable trip, which went so smoothly. We hope to return to India again before too long.
Mr & Mrs J C, Middlesex.