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Follow in the footsteps of the Rajahs on a regal voyage of discovery through the Land of the Kings. Explore ancient palaces and magnificent forts, sleep in the lap of luxury.
Step off the plane and into our care with assistance on arrival at Delhi International. Redolent with history, the Imperial Hotel is a fascinating blend of Art Deco, old Colonial and Victorian styles. Prepare for the memorable days and nights ahead over a breakfast briefing. Explore the vibrant cities of New and Old Delhi.
Spend your first night in India pampered by contemporary luxury, surrounded by its fascinating past. Show traditional respect as you slip off your shoes when you approach Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial, Raj Ghat. Breathe in the intoxicating spices as you take your first bite of authentic Mughalai food at Kareem’s restaurant. Bump through the streets of Old Delhi in a romantic rickshaw ride.
Say farewell to Delhi and relax with a smooth transition to Jaisalmer, nicknamed the ‘Golden City’, an oasis in the heart of the Thar desert. Founded in 1156, this medieval city rises on a sea of sand protected by a three-mile stone wall. Relish unparalleled levels of luxury, Rajasthani-style at the Suryagarh hotel.
In the flickering lights of the evening, explore Jaisalmer’s magnificent fortress city. Wonder at the sheer scale of Jaisalmer Fort, one of the world’s largest, complete with its own palaces and Jain temples. Take time to meditate on the shores of Gadi Sagar Lake, shrines and temples reflected in its still waters. See the sky blaze with colour then reveal a thousand twinkling stars in the velvet beauty of the evening desert sky.
After a leisurely breakfast enjoy a relaxed drive across the desert back to the red-rose sandstone city of Jodhpur. Explore the walled city on a half-day tour, spend the evening cosseted in the Raas hotel, in the shade of Mehrangarh’s Victory Palace and Gate.
Lose yourself in the bustle of Jodhpur’s spice bazaar and the temptations of its glittering jewellery market. Contrast the gleaming white marble Jaswant Thada monument with the rose-pink stone of the city. Enjoy dinner on the hotel terrace, each bite delicately-flavoured with hand-ground spices, specially selected from a 200-year old shop.
Check out after breakfast and travel to one of the world’s most extraordinary temples. By evening you’ll be enjoying a cocktail in the Janana courtyard watching the sun set over the ‘City of the Lakes’. Explore Udaipur’s palaces and landscaped gardens on a half-day tour.
Count the 200 pillars which support the 29 halls and 20 domes at the breathtaking architectural miracle of the Ranakpur Jain temples. See the city from a different angle on an exclusive boat ride on picturesque Lake Picholla. Cool down with a coconut milkshake after one of the city’s famously spicy Mirchi Bada snacks. Savour the traditional welcome at the Fateh Garh hotel, a sanctuary with dazzling views over the Aravalli ranges.
Relax and enjoy your journey to Jaipur, we’ll take care of everything. Look for the city’s distinctive pink-painted streets and wide boulevards as you are whisked from the airport to the Rambagh Palace hotel. Discover why the city earned its nickname of the ‘Paris of India’ on a half-day tour.
Ride like a Rajah to the fort on an elephant. Be amazed by the ingenuity of the city’s past inhabitants at Jantar Mantar, the world’s largest stone observatory. Watch in wonder as dusk blushes Jaipur’s terracotta buildings a deeper shade of pink. Sleep soundly in the palace known as the ‘jewel of Jaipur’, former home to generations of royalty.
Start the day with an early breakfast, tonight you’ll sleep surrounded by opulence at the ITC Mughal, a paradise for the contemporary Mogul. But first a visit to the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri, then on to Agra, home to one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and three World Heritage sites, prepare to be dazzled…
Walk through the haunting perfection of the abandoned palaces and courtly houses of the ‘Ghost City’. Lose yourself in the love story of Shah Jahan and his wife Mumtaz Mahal at the Kalakriti theatre. Sleep contentedly with the thrill of seeing the Taj Mahal in the morning.
Slip through the centuries in the beautifully-preserved city of Agra, once the capital of the Mughal empire. Surrounded by some of the world’s finest structures end your Indian idyll in the grandeur and intrigue of the court. With a day-room at your disposal you can freshen up before dinner.
Hear the clip-clop of horses’ hooves as you ride in a carriage to the Taj Mahal as the sun rises. Be inspired by the rags-to-riches story behind the construction of the marble tomb of Itmad-ul-daulah. Swap stories and addresses over one last farewell dinner. Take home memories more precious than a Mogul’s hoard.