- Take the train to India's popular destinations
- See the majestic Taj Mahal in Agra. Visit Jaipur and Udaipur
- Explore the bustling city of Mumbai
- Discover Goa's historic churches. Sprawl on its beach
Start your journey from Delhi, from where you will board Gatiman Express, India's fastest train, to Agra, home to the Taj Mahal as well as Agra Fort. The journey continues to Jaipur, famous for the forts and palaces built by the Rajputs. Continue to Udaipur, yet another popular city in Rajasthan, before heading for Mumbai, India's financial capital.
Spend three nights in Goa, the Portuguese city famous for its beaches, before it's time to head home. Please note that entrance fees to the monuments mentioned on the itinerary is not included in the tour price.
Day 1: Delhi arrival
Day 2: Explore Delhi
Day 3: Delhi – Agra
Day 4: Agra – Jaipur
Day 5: Jaipur: The city of the Rajputs
Day 6: Jaipur – Udaipur
Day 7: Explore Udaipur
Day 8: Free day in Udaipur & evening train to Bundi
Day 9: Bundi – Mumbai
Day 10: Mumbai
Day 11: Mumbai– Goa
Day 12: Free day in Goa
Day 13: Goa sightseeing tour
Day 14: Goa departure
- 10 Breakfasts
- Accommodation in hotels/guesthouses for 11 nights. Two nights in the train
- Airport pickup and drop-off. Railway station transfers as per the itinerary
- Private cars for sightseeing tours as per the itinerary
- Train fares for all the sectors
- All applicable taxes and service charges and
- All road taxes, government taxes and driver allowances.
- Any International flight fare
- Travel/medical insurance
- Entrance fees to the monuments mentioned on the itinerary
- Camera fees at monuments (this is in addition to entrance fees)
- Any additional expenses arising due to unforeseen circumstances like flight delay/cancellation/hike in fare, strike or any other natural calamities
- Expenses that are personal in nature like phone calls and laundry
- Soft / hard drinks
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A deposit of 10% is required when booking this tour. The remaining balance will be charged 45 days prior departure. For any bookings within 45 days of departure, the full tour amount will be charged upon booking.Travel Insurance
We advise to take out Travel Insurance to cover for any unforeseen circumstances. Bookmundi recommends World Nomads' travel insurance.Other Practical InformationAccommodation: A selection of styles of hotels/guest houses are included in the tour plan. These hotels / guest houses could not be like what you are used to back home. Power cuts can be expected in many places, specifically thru North and Central India. Though many hotels have generators which are for backup to produce electricity at such instances. Transportation Train: Touring in India by train is an experience. Distances in India are long and Indian trains aren’t the worlds best, but journeying in these enhances a mesmerizing new aspect to a visitor’s experience in the country. There is nearly no improved way to get to make friends with the people and see the impressive views of the diverse Indian countryside. The anarchy on the Indian Railway stations is a duplication of the life in India. We use a combination of AC 2 tier, AC 3 tier and sleeper class (for overnight journeys) and AC Chair car or second-class seats for day trips. There are no cafeteria or buffet cars on Indian Railways, but on lengthy distance trains an assistant will arrive in your coach and ask if you would like to order food. Routine stops are made at stations where food is also accessible and on some trains many sellers board the train selling chai, cold drinks and crisps and biscuits. Don’t assume immaculate western standards anywhere in India, but you’ll find AC2, AC3 and AC Chair class clean by Indian standards, with both western-style and squat toilets generally in a good sanitary condition. Sleeper Class and 2nd class toilets may be a different matter! Carry your own toilet paper and hand wash soap or liquid. Indian trains are moderately safe to travel on, even for families or women voyaging alone, and you are unlikely to have any glitches. Having said that, thievery of luggage, although rare is not ignored of, so just for peace of mind you might like to take alongside a chain and padlock to secure your bags (freely obtainable at all Indian Railway stations). Normally, Indian Railways are very professional, but Indian trains do run late, and occasionally it’s hours relatively than minutes. Make sure you have something to engage your time – a good book, magazine or photos of your home country and family to show the Indian travelers also nearing for the train. Road: Going by road is definitely not what people are use to in Western countries. Rules are not constantly followed, drivers perform to speed, do not stay in their lanes, overtake in apparently chancy situations. The horn though is used very regularly and can variety from the latest Bollywood tune to Britney Spears! While the government is spending large sums of money refining the road substructure, there is a lot more to be done. Travel time is very long in contrast to Western countries and short distances can take a lot longer than at home.
Is Asia open for tourists?
Despite the initial fears of the Covid-19 pandemic, most Asian countries have managed to mitigate its effects. As such, many popular destinations throughout the continent are currently open for travelers with precautionary measures like mandatory vaccinations. A few countries, however, require newly arrived travelers to spend a couple of days in quarantine.
As of February 2022, countries like Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia are officially open for vaccinated tourists without the need for quarantine. Meanwhile, India and Indonesia are two of the countries that may require you to quarantine for up to a week on arrival. However, Japan, Vietnam, and Myanmar are yet to open their doors to visitors.
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India is generally safe for tourists. However, petty crimes, such as pickpocketing and purse snatching, are common. Tourists tend to be targeted in busy tourist areas, and petty crime frequently occurs on public transportation and overnight trains. Be aware of your surroundings and take care to avoid potentially risky situations.