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India tour highlights comprised of India’s most popular cities, Delhi, Agra and jaipur, this amazing 10-day golden triangle tour is perfect for solo travellers looking to get a taste of life in India, not to mention a glimpse at one of the seven wonders of the world. starting in Delhi, a place steeped in rich history, with tours of both the old and new city, we work our way south, to Agra, to visit architectural delight, the Taj Mahal. one of the world’s seven wonders, this magnificent structure was built by mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife in 1632 and is an undoubted highlight of this trip. from here, we’ll be heading west to Jaipur, stopping on the way to visit the abandoned mogul capital of Fatehpur Sikri. once in jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, we will visit the stunning amber fort, the palace of the winds and the city palace. depending on the time of year, it is also in Jaipur where you can join the locals in their colourful celebrations of holi festival, making this trip extra special. we’ll finish up our incredible India tour with a safari in the Ranthambore national park, home to India’s tigers, leopards and marsh crocodiles!




Namaste - Welcome to Delhi

Welcome to Delhi. No planned activities today, but you are free to join the guide for dinner and meet your fellow travellers this evening.


Delhi to Agra for Stunning Taj Mahal Sunset

After breakfast we will drive to Agra and in the afternoon/evening will witness the magical sunset over the Taj Mahal, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Marvel at the architectural splendour of the Taj Mahal built by Shah Jahan to enshrine the remains of his favourite wife. A true masterpiece that will wow you!

Mehtab Bagh, Fatehpur Sikri and travel onto Jaipur

After breakfast you will be taken to Mehtab Bagh (Moonlight Garden) to view the Taj Mahal for a full circle view back across the Yamuna River after which we will continue our journey to the ‘Pink City’, Jaipur. On the way we will visit the historical site of Fatehpur Sikri. The city was founded in 1571 as the capital of the Mughal Empire by Emperor Akbar and remarkably well preserved with stunning architecture.

agra fort

Exploring Jaipur the Pink City

After breakfast in the hotel, we will visit the majestic Amber Fort housing the breath taking beautiful Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Palace) accessed via the grand entry gate Ganesh Pol. Stunning architecture and stooped with history. Learn more about the history and enjoy the amazing views over the city. We will continue to Hawa Mahal one of the most important Landmarks in Jaipur (Palace of Winds) which has 953 windows where the Royal Rajput ladies used to watch the hustle and bustle of the city. Finishing our tour at The Jantar Mantar Observatory for an astronomical experience.


Jaipur free day

Today is a free day for you to spend at your leisure. Maybe explore one of the bustling bazaars or visit Birla Mandar or watch a movie at the iconic Raj Mandir.


Holi Celebrations and travel to Ranthambore

Today you will enjoy the Holi Celebrations if the trip is scheduled during the festival of Holi and then drive to Ranthambhore later in the afternoon.

Morning and Afternoon Tiger Spotting and Jungle Safari in Ranthambore

After breakfast we will proceed to Ranthambore National Park for a shared canter jungle safari to try and spot the rare Indian tigers along with other wildlife including deer, sambhars, peacocks’ crocodiles, parrots, and lots of different bird species of Ranthambhore National Park

After lunch we return to Ranthambhore for another shared canter jungle safari for a second chance to spot the rare Indian tigers. (We had some great sightings on the last trip, so hopefully get to see them again).


Ranthambore to Delhi

Today, we will travel from Ranthambore to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, you will have some free time for last minute shopping at the local market and in the evening, we will visit the famous Gurdwara Bangla Sahib to attend the evening ceremony.

Explore Delhi- Full day of sightseeing

After breakfast we will head out to explore Delhi and see some of the must sees with our guide. We will visit Raj Ghat and Shanti Vana – the cremation sites of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, Jama Masjid and drive past Red Fort and Chandni Chowk. After which we will enjoy a rickshaw ride in the busy bazaar.

In the afternoon we will continue onto the Qutub Minar minaret andvictory tower, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate (War Memorial Arch). Also drive past the President’s House, Parliament House, Government Secretariat Buildings and Connaught Place shopping centre




Bid farewell to India

You will be transferred to the airport for your international flight home


Check FCO Travel Advice and Entry Requirements

Visa Requirements

A valid visa is required for India . British passport holders can refer to this link: However if you are joining the trip from any other country, check with your local Embassy.

Vaccinations and Health Advice

You can check Vaccinations and Health Advice via this link or your with your local GP surgery

Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance is mandatory for all our trips and should include Covid cover for trip cancellation. It must also cover you for any activities that you book that are not included in the itinerary.

Packing List and other Useful information

  • Backpack or day bag


  • Sun protection - hat, sunscreen, sunglasses

  • Travel wipes/ Hand sanitizer/Face Mask

  • Insect/Mosquito repellent

  • Comfortable walking shoes/trainers or sandals

  • Light fitting and loose clothing especially for visits to temples (long sleeves nd long trousers are recommended)

  • If the trip is during Holi, you can take some white clothing to wear on the day that you are happy to spoil or you can buy something locally

  • Medication – If you are carrying prescribed medication, you will need to carry a doctor’s note with you to verify this.

  • Print out of your visa and Travel Insurance Policy

The preferred local currency in India is Indian Rupees. You can buy these in India and will usually get the best exchange rates once in country. ATM’s are available in most towns and credit cards are also accepted in most bigger towns but best to carry cash for local purchases from small businesses. We recommend budgeting GBP20.00/25.00 per day for meals and extras but this of course depends on where you eat and the number of courses. This doesn’t include a budget for alcohol or tipping. Tipping isn’t mandatory but if you wish to reward the guide and driver for good service we recommend USD3.00-5.00 per person per day to be split between the guide and driver.