Jal Mahal Palace At Jaipur Jal Mahal Palace At Jaipur

 India Two Centre Holiday
 Jaipur And Beach Stay In Goa
01
 Depart  UK  
02
 Arrive
 Delhi
 To Agra
 · Red Fort At Agra
03
 Jaipur  · The Taj Mahal At Sunrise
04
 Jaipur  · The City Palace And
   Hawa Mahal
 · Cultural Evening At      Chokhi Dhani
05
 Jaipur  · On Elephant Back
   To Amber Citadel
 · The Famous Jaipur     Markets
06
 To Goa  Beaches    · Beach Stay For
   Number Of Nights
   As Required
   Depart
 Goa
 Arrive UK
 · Transfer To Airport
This Is A Private Tour With Your Own Vehicle
And Driver-Guide
When To Go: July - April When To Go: July - April
The Taj Mahal The Taj Mahal
Peacock Gate At Jaipur Peacock Gate At Jaipur
Cultural Show At Chokhi Dhani Cultural Show At Chokhi Dhani
Elephants At Amber Fort
Elephants At Amber Fort
Intricate Stonework Inside Amber Fort Intricate Stonework Inside Amber Fort
Palolem Beach In Goa Palolem Beach In Goa
Goa’s Lovely Mediterranean Style Hotels Goa’s Lovely Mediterranean Style Hotels

Two Centre India Holiday

Room And Breakfast
Based On 2 Persons Sharing Room

SUMMER: 01/05 – 30/09 WINTER: 01/10 – 30/04
FEATURED TOUR – LAND HOLIDAY ONLY
  SUMMER 2016 WINTER 2015
 FIRST CLASS HOTELS  £478 PP  £516 PP
 STANDARD 3 STAR HOTELS  £398 PP  £426 PP


FEATURED TOUR – WITH FLIGHT PACKAGE (LHR)
  SUMMER 2016 WINTER 2015
 FIRST CLASS HOTELS  £1098 PP  £1136 PP
 STANDARD 3 STAR HOTELS  £1018 PP  £1046 PP
*Based On Lowest Non – Peak Period Airfares
airplane
INCLUDES
  • Private tour of India in an air-conditioned vehicle with English speaking
    driver.
  • All entry fees for places of interest as described in itinerary.
  • Services of local English speaking guides at Agra and Jaipur.

OFFERS AND DISCOUNTS
  • Children under 6 years of age sharing parents bed are given this tour FREE  OF CHARGE!!
  • Special rates available for 2 adults and 1 child sharing triple room.
  • Discounts available for families and groups.
  • Flight and accommodation supplements may apply at peak periods.
  • The cost of INTERNAL FLIGHTS is not included. These will be quoted separately as they are system fares that change on a regular basis.
  • Your Goa beach stay is chargeable separately and several hotel choices   
    will be offered.

TAILOR MADE ALTERATIONS
  • You are welcome to suggest changes or alterations such as a more relaxed
    tour with fewer activities, additional nights at places that may interest you.
  • Tell us about any special interests and we will incorporate them in to your
    tour schedule.

India Two Centre Holiday

Jaipur And Goa’s Beaches

A holiday combining Jaipur and a beach stay in Goa is an ideal option for those who want to see India without the travelling!

Touring India can be a daunting thought when thinking about all those long journey times. Our unique Two Centre India Holiday enables you to experience a great deal of what India has to offer by basing your North India stay at Jaipur, one of the fabled Princely States of Rajasthan. A detour on the way for one night at Agra to see the wonderful Taj Mahal means that you do not miss this great highlight of India either.

Jaipur is the ultimate fairy-tale city of the Rajput Maharajahs with a sprawling Palace Quarter enclosing intricate buildings such as the Hawa Mahal. Amber Fort is an impregnable fortress that is reached on Elephant Back on the outskirts of the city.

A cultural evening at Chokhi Dhani will enable you to absorb Rajasthan’s vibrant artistry and cuisine.

Convenient internal flights from Jaipur Airport easily take you to the famous beaches of Goa for a relaxing beach stay to complete your wonderful holiday in India.

Recommended For: Anyone who wants to experience India based on one or two locations combined with a relaxing beach stay at the end in Goa.

 

Day 01

Depart UK
Depart UK – Overnight flight.

 

Day 02

Agra
The Trident Agra  

Private Guided Tour Of The Red Fort At Agra
The 16th century Mughal monument known as the Red Fort Of Agra was built by Akbar The Great (1556-1605) and is in fact a walled palace that remained India’s premier city for almost two centuries.

The powerful fortress of red sandstone encompasses many fairytale palaces within its 1.5 mile-long enclosure walls, including the Jahangir Palace, the Khas Mahal, audience halls such as the Diwan-i-Khas and the Sheesh Mahal (The Glass Palace) which is inlaid with thousands of mirrors and was once the dressing room of the harem.

 

Day 03

Jaipur
The Trident Jaipur

The Amazing Beauty Of The Taj Mahal
The world’s greatest monument to love – the Taj Mahal, lies overlooking the River Yamuna. The Taj was built in 1631 by Emperor Shah Jahan to enshrine the body of his favourite wife. To truly appreciate the wondrous Taj Mahal and its many moods, you should aim to visit it at dawn or dusk when the reflection of the sun changes the colour of the dome from white to shades of pink.

Laxmi Vilas At Bharatpur
The Laxmi Vilas Palace (1887) is an ideal place to have lunch on the way to Jaipur.

 

Day 04

Jaipur
The Trident Jaipur

The Princely City Of Jaipur
The 'Pink City' of Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and a glorious city that was meticulously planned by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727.

Private Guided Tour Of Jaipur City Palace
The old Pink City of Jaipur has a stunning backdrop of ancient forts and palaces that stand as dramatic testimonials of a bygone era and a reminder of their lingering romance. Seven gates into the old city remain, one of which leads into Johari Bazaar - the famous jewellers' market that has the best selection of precious stones in India.

The magnificent City Palace built by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1728 is enclosed by high walls and set amidst courtyards with fine gardens.

The City Palace is now a vast museum with exhibits that have lost none of their splendour. Royal retainers, clothed in turbans and full livery, still guard the principal halls and entrances with fine displays of royal costumes and armaments.

The Palace of the Winds or Hawa Mahal (1799) is Jaipur’s most famous landmark originally built to offer the women of the court a vantage point from which to watch the activity in the bazaars below.

The Jantar Mantar (1734) is a fascinating astronomical observatory that is also well worth visiting.

Rajasthan Cultural Evening At Chokhi Dhani
The name of Chokhi Dhani is synonymous with Rajasthani cultural experiences. Spread over 10 beautifully landscaped acres, this cultural village is dotted with stages and platforms where different folk artists perform concurrently.

A village fair is created every evening as an ongoing celebration of the rich and vibrant cultural heritage of Rajasthan. You can also sample exquisite and authentic Rajasthani cuisine at various indoor and outdoor restaurants.

Live dance and music performances through the evenings are one of the major attractions at Chokhi Dhani. The Kalbeliya dance of Rajasthan is famous all over the world for its high beat pulsating music and fascinating all-round fast body movements.

 

Day 05

Jaipur
The Trident Jaipur

The Fabulous Amber Fort And Palace
After breakfast leave for Amber (pronounced Amer), 7 miles from Jaipur with one of the most fantastic settings in the whole of India.

Here, the Amber Fort (1592) lies cradled in picturesque and rugged hills with a long line of ramparts and battlements leading up to the Jaigarh Fort in the distance.

The forbidding exterior of Amber Fort belies an inner paradise with palaces that are a beautiful fusion of Hindu and Mughal architecture. The top attraction here is the chance of an Elephant Back Ride to ascend to the top.

The Bazaars And Markets Of Old Jaipur
Jaipur contains some of the most famous markets in India. All of the bazaars are located within the old walled city area. They are the perfect place to shop for handicrafts, antiques, jewelry, gems, pottery, carpets, textiles, metalwork and leatherware.

Jaipur is a major center of jewelry production and is especially known for precious, semi-precious stones and traditionally designed jewellery. The best place to purchase them is at Johari Bazaar, the jeweler's market of the city. Various necklaces, pendants, earrings, rings, bracelets and other pieces of jewelry, made of gold studded with precious stones like diamonds, emeralds, rubies and pearls are displayed to mesmerize you with their sheer beauty and glitter.

Visit the Bapu Bazaar or Nehru Bazaar to get the popular 'Mojri' footwear. The Kishanpol Bazaar is well known for textiles and wooden furniture. The Tripolia Bazaar is known for ironware, brassware and carpets.

 

Day 06

Beach Stay In Goa

To Goa’s Beaches
From Jaipur Airport to take a flight to the beach resorts of Goa.

Beach Resorts In Goa

North Goa
Classic beaches that started the Goa holiday revolution still attract large numbers of tourists each year. Northern Goa will appeal to people who like to wander around beach markets, sample restaurants and bars lining the beach and maybe try a little of its legendary night life.

Candolim, Calangute, Baga, Anjuna, Vagator, Morjim and Arambol are some of the well known beaches of North Goa. Note that a lot of beach hotels here are not actually on the beach, but are within a few minutes walk.

South Goa
The quieter, more relaxed beaches of South Goa contain most, though not all, of Goa’s upmarket resorts. The beaches are less crowded and most hotel properties tend to be right on the beach.

Varca, Cavelossim, and Mobor are the most beautiful beaches of South Goa. Colva is the most important beach in the south and is rapidly gaining in popularity.

The beaches continue until Palolem in the south, a glorious stretch of white sand facing a blue bay between two wooded headlands.

NOTE: You can choose as many beach nights as you require.

Depart Goa

Depart Goa - Daytime flights arrive back in UK the same day.

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