Udaipur Active and outdoor Tours 2019/2020

1 Active and outdoor Tours with 15 Reviews

  • Delhi - Take a rickshaw through the winding streets of Old Delhi.
  • Agra - Visit the magnificent Taj Mahal at sunrise.
  • Jaipur - Test the accuracy of the sun dials at the observatory.
Read More
Add to Your Tour Wish List
  • Starts New Delhi, India
  • Ends Udaipur, India

Rajasthan - Land Of The Maharajahs

This memorable Indian journey traces the old camel caravan routes through Rajasthan, discovering magnificent forts ... Read More
SavingUS$ 86
From US$ 1,624 14 days View Tour
Next Departures
Oct 12 Only 4 seats left
Oct 19 10+ seats left
Best Price Guarantee
We guarantee you the best price.
Showing 1 - 1 of 1 results

Udaipur Tour Reviews

4.8 - Excellent Based on 15 customer reviews
NORTH INDIA EXPLORED Reviewed Tour: North India Explored
4 - Very Good
“Good trip covering lots of places in North India-lots of forts and temples with a bit of wildlife. Good way to see a lot of different places in a relatively short time”
North India Explored and more Reviewed Tour: North India Explored
5 - Excellent
“A brilliant 3 week trip packed with new experiences and sights - a neverending explosion of colour, noise, beauty moments to take your breath away.”
DELHI TO MUMBAI Reviewed Tour: North India Explored
4 - Very Good
“THIS WAS THE FIRST OF THIS TRIP. It was a pilot study which needs some small adjustments. Further time was needed at Jodphur. We also spent far too much time in an uncomfortable rickety bus even by Indian standards. I say this after experience of other Exodus trips in India. There were also too many organised shopping experiences. This group who loved shopping were saturated. The chance to eat at road side stops was good as the food was very cheap and well cooked. Generally an excellent trip but the choice of extending the tour of Rajastan to Gujurat needs rethinking where I believe that we misssed important cultural aspects such as the textiles. Both museums were closed in Ahmedabad on a Wednesday. This was shear bad planning. Meanwhiole friends tell me that we didn't see many important textile experiences elsewhere.”
Back to top