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When we call one of our itineraries Best Ten Days, you know that we are serious. Best Ten Days: North India combines the absolute best of Northern India in a relatively short itinerary, utilizing standout hotels and the most efficient transportation to make the most of your time in this colorful, engaging country. We’re honored to be in the business of presenting these kinds of exceptional itineraries to exceed our customers’ expectations.
This itinerary is for the discriminating traveler who wants to see the best of North India in a compact, ten-day itinerary. It includes four domestic flights, one first-class train ride and some of the finest hotels the country. We’ve priced it with two levels of accommodations depending on your budget: Five star (deluxe) and Four star (superior). –
Best Ten Days: North India creatively combines the must-see’s like the incomparable Taj Mahal and Khajuraho’s erotic temples, with the must-do’s like a misty, sunrise boat cruise on the Ganges River and an elephant escort to Jaipur’s Amber Fort. We hope you will join us for this unforgettable journey.
|Day 1||Arrive in Delhi||Delhi|
|Day 2||Explore Delhi||Delhi|
|Day 3||Fly to Varanasi||Varanasi|
|Day 4||Fly to Khajuraho||Khajuraho|
|Day 5||Drive to Orcha and then to Agra||Agra|
|Day 6||Explore Agra||Agra|
|Day 7||Drive to Jaipur||Jaipur|
|Day 8||Explore Jaipur||Jaipur|
|Day 9||Drive to Udaipur||Udaipur|
|Day 10||Drive to Delhi and final departure|
Welcome to Delhi, the capital city of India. Enjoy your free afternoon to explore. (No meals).
Drive to Orchha. Visit Orchha town & later transfer to Jhansi railway station for train to Agra. Meeting assistance on arrival at Agra Station and transfer to Hotel. (Breakfast)
Morning visit Eklingji and return to hotel. Later transfer to airport for flight to Delhi. Meeting assistance on arrival in Delhi and transfer. (Breakfast)
Per person price valid until Dec 31, 2020
4 star hotels:
2 persons: US$ 3,300 per person
3 or more persons: US$ 2,970 per person
Single Supplement: US$ 950
DELUXE – 5 star hotels:
2 persons: US$ 4,600 per person
3 or more persons: US$ 4,140 per person
Single Supplement: US$ 2,750
Domestic airfare is extra (Delhi to Varanasi, Vanarasi to Khajuraho, and Udaipur to Delhi)
A peak season (December and January) supplement will apply.
We are happy to customize your tour. This trip can be organized according to your convenience and can be combined with one of our other India tours:
We can also combine this tour with any trip to Nepal and/or Bhutan. Write to us for more details.
You must get an Indian visa prior to arrival in India. You may submit your visa online. Click on this Indian Government website for details.
It is best to be conservative so cover up and dress in light, loose clothing. You can buy cheap and colorful Indian clothes once you get there. If you are traveling in the Winter months, do note Delhi and Agra can be quite cold (temperature can dip to the mid 40’s). So do bring clothing accordingly.
The best time to travel in North India is during the Autumn, winter and Spring months – October through April. Note, December and January can be a bit chilly. Late April through September are Summer and Monsoon and it’s best to avoid travel during these months.
Yes, ATM’s are widely available in all cities and towns of India. And most vendors will accept credit cards. There are also other forms of payment.
While traveling in India, things will not always go according to plan. So be patient. Here are some items you could include in your pack:
YES. As long as you apply the same level of carefulness as you would in any other large city. Petty theft and pick-pocketing is prevalent in some places and you must always be aware of your belongings.
As far as safety for women, India is generally safe. Women may experience unwanted attention from men. Dressing conservatively helps. And it is highly recommended not to travel or arrive at a destination late at night. Especially if you are traveling alone.
Indian food is SPICY; especially for those who have a bland palate. Spicy does not necessarily mean chilli spicy, but it also means the use of spices such as ginger, cumin, coriander, turmeric etc. That said, a wide variety of world cuisine is available. So you could choose what you want to eat.