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Delhi Stopover, India's Golden Triangle plus Goa (14 nts).




India's Golden Triangle (Delhi, Agra & Jaipur) really requires no introduction. Some of the sights within are listed below:-
Delhi: India Gate, Houses of Parliament, Humayun's tomb, Red Fort, Jama Masjid and many more sights.
Agra: Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Itamadh-Udh-Dhaula, Fatehpur sikri.
Jaipur: The Palace of Winds, City Palace, Observatory, Amber Palace, Jaigarh fort and many more.
Mumbai: The centre of the Indian Film Making Industry (referred to as Bollywood), monuments such as Gateway of India, Bombay Victoria Terminus, red turf in the centre of the city called the Bombay Maidan for cricket lovers.
Goa: Notable for its' beaches, mapusa market and easy going life-style.

Detailed itinerary is given below:


Day Itinerary
01 DELHI. Arrival transfer from airport to hotel in Delhi for 2 night's stay.
02 DELHI.Full day sightseeing of Old & New Delhi.
03 DELHI - JAIPUR. Proceed to Jaipur for 2 night's stay.
04 JAIPUR. Full day sightseeing of Jaipur and Amber. Return to hotel for overnight stay.
05 JAIPUR - FATEHPUR SIKRI - AGRA. Early departure from Jaipur to Agra visiting Fatehpur Sikri en-route. Check in at hotel for overnight stay. Afternoon sightseeing of Taj Mahal and Agra Fort.
06 AGRA. Mathura - Bombay. Morning sightseeing of Agra. Then depart to Mathura railway station to catch onward train to Mumbai. Mathura - Mumbai: 1840 - 1015. Travel by AC 3 Tier.
07 MUMBAI. Arr Mumbai 1015 hrs. Day in Mumbai. No hotel provided. Bombay - Goa. 2250 - 1045 *. Travel in AC 2 Tier or AC 3 Tier.
08 Arr Goa 1045 hrs. Check in at hotel for 7 night's stay. (Note: Transfer from railway station to hotel not included).
15 Goa. Check out of hotel. Trip concludes.

KEY TO AID UNDERSTANDING OF TABULAR ITINERARY ABOVE.
Alphabets in red represent car + driver itineraries for individuals for that section.
Alphabets in green means train travel for that section (generally in AC 2 Tier or AC 3 Tier unless stated otherwise).
Alphabets in blue indicate flights between sections.


Rates given above are based on standard rooms on a twin share basis. If you require costing based on single rooms or triple rooms or superior rooms at the properties, please email us and we shall get back to you with a costing.

Standard hotels: Grand Park Inn, Delhi; Raj Mahal/ Residency Royale, Agra; Bharat Mahal Palace, Jaipur; Siesta De Goa/ D'Silva Residence, Goa.

Note: Hotels in Delhi are now very expensive as Delhi is enjoying a corporate boom. Grand Park Inn is a simple basic hotel but with AC rooms & attached shower/toilet facilities. If you are looking for superior standard, please contact us but it would be considerably more.

Recommended upgrade on standard grade hotels are: Suite rooms at Shahpura House in Jaipur.

Superior hotels: Connaught/ Parkland/ Silver Ferns, Delhi; Clarks Shiraz, Agra; Samode Haveli, Jaipur; Cidade De Goa, Goa.

Cost Includes:   transfers & sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary in red using a non Ac car with driver; train travel if applicable in AC 2 Tier or AC 3 Tier; stay at hotels mentioned on a twin share room only basis inclusive of local taxes.
Cost Excludes: meals; guides; entrance & camera fees to monuments.


Note: Price are valid for trip conclusion by 30 Sep 2015. There is likely to be a peak season supplement for travel dates which fall between 20 Dec 2014 - 10 Jan 2015.

Not included: International air travel.
However, S.D.Enterprises would be happy to recommend agents that could procure international scheduled air tickets as "ticket providers". (London - Delhi, Goa - Mumbai - London).

You can tailor-make a trip that suits your individual requirements.
For rates pertaining to the season specific to your trip, please email us.


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