Glories of India 10 Days

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Experience India’s beautiful landscapes, atmospheric towns, and renowned cultural destinations, including ancient temples, British colonial treasures, and an abundance of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tour is ideal for first-time travelers to India who want a broad range of fascinating experiences in some of the country’s most intriguing places.



Day 1 - Canada-Delhi

Fly overnight to Delhi.


Day 2 - Delhi 

Welcome to India! Arrive in the energetic capital city of New Delhi; meet your representative and transfer to the hotel. Time to rest and relax after your journey and acclimate to the new time zone.


                    



Day 3 - Delhi (B)

Begin the tour at the walled city of Old Delhi. Pass by the massive Red Fort and continue to the imposing Jama Masjid, the great mosque of Old Delhi. Join an Optional tour: Cycle rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk to view the narrow, bustling alleyways of this area ($25 USD pp). Continue your afternoon tour in New Delhi or“Lutyen’s Delhi”, which is a combination of British and Indian styles. At one end of the avenue known as the Rajpath (literally the “King’s Way”) is the War Memorial Arch,better known as India Gate. At the other end stands the Rashtrapati Bhavan, one of the largest and most grandiose of the Raj constructions. Visit Humayun’s Tomb, a magnicent monument built in red sandstone. Marvel at the Qutab Minar, India’s tallest stone tower. Tonight, return back to the hotel and the remainder of your evening at leisure.


                    



Day 4 Delhi-Jaipur (B) 

This morning visit Akshardham also known as Swaminarayan. This is one of the Hindu religious complexes that displays millennia of traditional Indian and Hindu culture. Depart for Jaipur known as the “Pink City” of India for its ribbon of walls that extend throughout the city core. After arrival proceed to your hotel and the rest of the day is at leisure.


                    



Day5 Jaipur (B)
This morning you will visit Amber Fort, which evokes thoughts of legends and fairy tales. It has been constructed in white and red sandstone. In the afternoon, explore the city by joining an optional tour to Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Jantar Mantar ($35 USD pp). In the evening, join an optional tour to witness the evening prayer ceremony at the Birla Temple ($25 USD pp).


                    


Day6 Jaipur-Tehla (Vaanashrya) (B,L,D)
Set off to visit the Abhaneri Step Well. The concept of step-well was originated in India and acted as the reservoirs or the storage tanks that could store large amount of water and keep it cool as well. After breakfast, drive to Vaanashrya, where you will experience the luxury of camping in the middle of jungle. Upon arrival, you may join an optional Jungle Safari tour to Sariska National Park ($130 USD pp, minimum 2 people) or visit Mansarovar Lake to witness the sunset ($30 USD pp).


                    



Day7 Tehla (Vaanashrya) (B,L,D)
Continue on to visit Bhangarh, one of the Top 10 most haunted places in India. Here you will visit Bhangarh Fort – The Haunted Fort. After lunch, enjoy a Camel Safari through the local villages. Visit the Sarpanch and interact with nearby Banjara tribes on a comfortable camel cart and enjoy the true rural experience. Continue to a Village Walk and visit to a local School.


                    




Day 8 Tehla (Vaanashrya) - Agra (B)
This morning, proceed to Fatehpur Sikri, or “The City of Victory - the deserted red sandstone city. This ancient capital remains today in much the same condition that it was over 300 years ago. Later this afternoon, visit the Agra Fort, which dominates the center of the city with its imposing gates, walls of red sandstone and moat. Later, visit to an artisanal marble inlay unit. Here you will see how craftsmen skillfully create a beautiful inlay of precious and semi – precious stones into the marble. In the evening, you may join an option tour to witness the Mohabbat – the Taj Show ($50 USD pp).


                    




Day9 Agra-Delhi (B)
Early this morning you will visit the Taj Mahal to experience its splendour and beauty graced by the light of the rising sun. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, its unique beauty and immaculately intricate execution all contribute to the breathtaking rst impression as you pass through the arch of the entrance gateway. Return to your hotel for breakfast. This afternoon return to Delhi and the rest of the day is at leisure.


                    



Day10 Delhi Departure (B)
Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning. You will be transferred to the airport and fly back to your sweet home.

                    






Price Guide
• Prices are per person based on t win share accommodation

• Airport taxes are all included. ($680/pp)
• Single Supplement: $659 / $759
• Add on airfare from other cities:
Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria $300,Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Halifax, St. John $400,
Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec city $300
• Tour prices are subject to change without prior notice. Please check
with your travel agent or our website for the latest information


Departure Dates   Price (double occupancy)CAD P,P
International flight included
Return Date Land Only Package Price
2017/01/13 2017/01/22 N/A CAD$2799
2017/02/15 2017/02/24 N/A CAD$2799
2017/03/17 2017/03/26 N/A CAD$2799
2017/04/14 2017/04/23 N/A CAD$2699
2017/10/13 2017/10/22 N/A CAD$2899
2017/11/03 2017/11/12 N/A CAD$2799
2017/11/10 2017/11/19 N/A CAD$2799
2017/12/01 2017/12/10 N/A CAD$2899
Single Supplements +CAD$759



Price Includes
• International airfare from Toronto/Vancouver in economy class and airport taxes.
• Arrival and departure transfers
• 4-5 Star hotel accommodation
• Meals as indicated in the programs
• All transportation in the destination
• Entrance fees to scenic attractions as indicated
• English-speaking tour guide(s)








Price Does Not Include

• Visa fees
• Insurance of any kind
• Gratuities (Suggested standard: $10 USD/day/person)
• Personal expenditure such as laundry service,souvenirs and telephone calls



  • IndiaDelhi Pride Plaza Aerocity 4*

    http://www.pridehotel.com/delhi/new-delhi-aerocity/overview/

    Asset 5A, Hospitality District, Aerocity, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, Delhi 110037, India
    Within its majestic façade, 385 plush rooms featuring premier amenities complemented by high-speed internet connectivity,five state-of-the-art banquet halls spread across 12,000 sq ft., eclectic dining outlets, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and ORA spa, resonate true Indian hospitality and traditionally luxurious service, personalised to your whim. Be it a stayover, a business visit, a family vacation, a conference or a social gathering – experience the essence of pure pride in all that you do, when you are with us!

  • IndiaAgra Jaypee Palace 5*

    http://www.jaypeehotels.com/

    Fatehabad Road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282003, India
    Phone+91 562 233 0800

    Contemporary style and elegance best describes Jaypee five Star Luxury Hotels. With six hotels at six strategic destinations namely New Delhi, Agra, Mussoorie,Greater Noida and Uttarakhand, the group has five star hotels; two in New Delhi and one each in Agra and Mussoorie with a total capacity of 689 rooms. The Golf and Spa Resort is another 5 star luxury creation with 170 living rooms. The Golf & Spa Resort has set-up in collaboration with Six Senses Spa their first-ever Spa in India.

    With a chain of luxury and deluxe hotels in India, Jaypee Group has not only emerged as a trusted brand in the hospitality industry but promises to deliver utmost comfort to the customers. Every magical creation of Jaypee is aesthetically-designed and sufficiently accommodative.

  • IndiaTehla Vaanashrya 4*

    http://www.vanaashrya.com/


    Tehla Bye-Pass Road,Rajgarh, RJ SH 25A, Talab, Rajasthan 301410, India
    Phone: +91 98290 52535


    Located in the foothill of Aravali Ranges, experience the luxury of camping in the middle of jungle. Spread over an area of 12 acres with a lake, Vanaashrya offers absolute peaceful & prsitine atmosphere to relax. 
    Located just a stone throw away distance from Sariska National Park, the place is well connected by road and almost in the middle of the "Golden Triangle". 
    Each tent is well equipped with all the luxuries to make your stay very comfortable. 
    Enjoy the place or move around. Choose from a bouquet of short excursions; be it a Jungle Safari, Village Walk, Camel Safari, Cycling, trip to Bhangarh Fort, nearby lakes or trekking, choice is yours.


  • IndiaThe leela Ambience Convention Hotel 5*

    https://www.theleela.com/en_us/hotels-in-delhi/the-leela-ambience-convention-hotel-delhi/overview/

    Chanakyapuri, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi 110023, India
    Phone+91 11 3933 1234
    The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts is owned and managed by Hotel Leelaventure Limited. The company was established in Mumbai, India in 1983 and was founded by Late Capt. C. P. Krishnan Nair, Chairman Emeritus and Founder Chairman, who envisioned the hotel group to be amongst the finest luxury hospitality brands in the world. Today, a little more than 30 years since Capt. Nair began work on putting India on the luxury map of the world, The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts has grown from one hotel, on the outskirts of Mumbai, to nine award-winning properties across the country, celebrating India’s diverse geography and architectural history. All the while, The Leela has remained true to its objective of redefining standards of luxury hospitality, the world over.

Cycle rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk

US$25/ CAD$35 Per Person
The best way to view the narrow, bustling alleyways or galis of Chandni Chowk is a cycle rickshaw! Set out for a thrilling ride through the fabled “Chandni Chowk,” literally translated as “Silver Square”, which was designed by Jahanara Begum, Shah Jahan’s favorite daughter.


Jaipur: Witness the evening prayer ceremony at the Birla Temple
US$25/CAD$35 Per Person
In the evening you will proceed to the Birla Temple to witness the evening prayer (aarti) ceremony. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi, this temple reflects the secular ethos of India with its three domes representing varied approaches to religion. Built in pure white marble, you will find beautifully sculpted idols of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, as well as other Hindu Gods and Goddesses! A work of art, this temple truly represents architectural beauty, in a modern form. There are three domes at the Birla Temple that represent three different faiths.


Tehla (Vaanashrya): Jungle Safari to Sariska National Park
US$130/CAD170 Per Person
Numerous animals are found at the Sariska National Park and it is common to spot antelopes,nilgai, sambhar and chital (different species of deer). Down by the lake and at the water holes many other animals can be sighted like the sloth
bear, wild boar, porcupine, jackal, leopard, jungle cat and crocodile. A large number of birds are also found within the park and there are over 300 different species of birds here. But of course it is the tigers that everyone comes to see. And seeing these magnificent animals in the wild is a fantastic experience. Ranthambore is one of the best locations to get a close view. They are sighted almost daily somewhere in the park – especially early in the morning. The luckiest visitors may catch a glimpse of tigers hunting, and the females taking care of their cubs.


Visit to City Palace, museum and Observatory
US$35/CAD$46 Per Person
Visit to the City Palace complex that continues to evoke the splendour of a bygone era. In an unending series of delights, from its grand aged entrance to the play of ornamental fountains, the City Palace is a dazzling showplace of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Amongst the pleasures of the Palace is a museum with ample evidence of opulence. Next to the city palace is Jantar Mantar, literally translated as Calculation Instrument. This Observatory was built between 1728 and 1734 by Maharaja Jai Singh, Jantar Mantar was built on a grand scale and was way beyond its time. This was modeled after the one that was built in Delhi, the then Mughal capital. He had constructed a total of five of which theone in Jaipur is the largest.


Agra: Witness the Mohabbat – the Taj Show
US$50/CAD$65 Per Person
Witness the Mohabbat – the Taj Show, a saga of love based on a story behind the making of the Taj Mahal. The eternal love story of Emperor Shah Jehan and his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal and their romantic tale from Indian history has been told in a dramatic manner through a live performance.



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Packing List

 

Clothing should be comfortable and casual—and since laundry service is available in virtually every hotel, we urge you to resist the temptation to over pack.  When visiting places of worship, women should have their upper arms covered, and skirts or trousers must be at least mid-calf length.  Men should avoid shorts.

 

Clothing

·       Cotton collared shirts or blouses with short sleeve

·       Light weight or cotton trousers or jeans

·       Capris or skirts

·       Underwear

·       Pajamas

·       Bathing suit and cover-up

·       Closed-toe, lightweight walking shoes that should be easy to slip on and off as you will need to remove them in places of worship

·       Sandals for the pool

·       “Dressy” shoes for evening restaurants

·       Sunglasses

·       Suitable outfits for smarter dining establishments

 

Electrical Plugs and Adaptors

 

·         Electrical converter and adapter plugs.  (Electricity is 220-240V; outlets vary)

India Plug Adapters and Outlet Shapes

 Two round pins
 Three round pins arranged in a triangle


Personal Supplies

 

·       Small backpack or tote bag for transporting items such as camera

·       Calculator for currency conversions

·       Combination locks for luggage—TSA approved if you plan to use them on international flights

·       Camera and equipment: sufficient film, memory sticks or data cards, extra batteries, lens cleaner and all chargers 

·       Batteries for appliances and cameras, and a power surge cable to protect your laptop from voltage fluctuations

·       Toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss

·       Laundry soap for hand-washing personal smalls

·       Small scissors and tweezers

·       Prescription medications—consider two sets, packed into different bags.  Prescription medications should never be placed in checked luggage on international flights.

·       Remedies for headache, heartburn, diarrhea, colds and allergies; eye drops, disinfectants, antibiotic and antihistamine creams (Familiar brandsmaynot be available locally.)

·       Contact lens solution and extra set of disposable lenses

·       Band-aids

·       Razor and shaving cream

·       Chapstick and moisturizing lotion

·       Sunscreen with a high SPF rating

·       Facial tissues

·      Address book for postcards

·      Journal or paper and pen for trip notes

·      Passport with visa(s); credit cards

·      Keep a copy of your passport’s ID page and travel insurance policy in a separate location in your luggage.

·       Prescription glasses and a copy of the prescription

·       Sense of humor!

 

Nonessentials…Just for Fun

 

·       Deck of cards

·       A good book

·       Travel pillow

 


Notes for Photographers:

 

·       Depending upon the kind of photographic gear you use, be sure to take sufficient film, tape stock or DVDs as the brands that you usemaynot be available locally.  Bring extra camera batteries for all equipment, including your flash attachment and video cameras. 

·       Also remember that for each plug-in charger required for your equipment, you also need an adapter for the electrical outlet.

·       If using a digital camera, youmaywish to purchase extra memory sticks and/or data cards so you don’t run out of space for the multitude of images you will undoubtedly snap. 

·       Be sure to bring your camera’s instruction booklet because, even if you never needed to know before, on this trip you will certainly want to know how to increase your “depth of field,” i.e. to have in focus both your spouse in the foreground and the monument in the background.

·       It is best to ask before taking photographs of places of worship, tribal communities, and women, and photography is prohibited in high-security areas like airports and railway stations.

 

Note:

Sunscreen, sunglasses and hats are recommended.


 

Destination Information


 

Ø  Passport and Visa Information  

All visitors to India are required to have a valid passport and an Indian visa prior to arrival India. Please ensure your passport is valid for more than 6 months after your expected return from India. Additionally if you are visiting a restricted area – Sikkim,

Andaman and Nicobar Islands etc., the visa must include permission to visit these places. The visa form can be downloaded from www.indianembassy.org

 

India restricts re - entering the country within 60 days of your departure. Therefore if your trip requires you to have multiple entries into India you would have to apply for a double/multiple entry Indian visa that carries a remark that you would be re-entering the country within 60 days. To obtain this waiver you would have to provide your tickets and itinerary along with the visa form. Please be aware that it is the traveler’s responsibility to obtain all correct documentation prior to arrival in India.

 

Ø  Visa on Arrival restricted to certain Nationalities

The Government of India in November 2014 has introduced TVoA (Tourist Visa on Arrival) enabled by ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) to facilitate foreign travelers visiting India.

 

Purpose and Validity of TVoA enabled by ETA

·       Foreigners whose sole objective of visiting India is recreation, sightseeing, short duration medical treatment, casual business visit, casual visit to meet friends or relatives etc. Not valid for any other purpose/ activities.

·       Entry into India within 30 days from the date of approval of ETA.

·       Valid for 30 days stay in India from the date of arrival in India.

·       Allowed to enter and depart from any of the nine airports, viz Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram.

·       Cannot be availed more than twice in a calendar year.

 

Who All Are Eligible

·       Nationals of following countries:

Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Cook Islands, Djibouti, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Finland, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kingdom of Tongo, Laos, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Niue, Norway, Oman, Palestine, Papua & New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Kiribati, Republic of Korea (i.e. South Korea), Republic of Marshall Islands, Republic of Nauru, Republic of Palau, Russia, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Tuvalu, UAE, Ukraine, USA, Vietnam, Vanuatu. List of more countries for TVoA may be notified by Government from time to time.

·       Foreigners of above countries who holds an ordinary passport with 6 months validity.

·       Foreigners travelling on passport other than ordinary passport such as Diplomatic, Official, Special and Service Passports are not eligible for TVoA service.

·       Should not have a residence or occupation in India.

·       Travelers should have return ticket or onward journey ticket with sufficient money to spend during his/ her stay.

·       International travelers having Pakistani Passport or Pakistani Origin may please apply for regular VISA at Indian Mission.

Instructions for TVoA enabled by ETA

·       Applicants may apply online at https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html

·       TVoA links may also be found in website of Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs and the Bureau of Immigration. The online application should be submitted minimum 4 days in advance and maximum 30 days of proposed date of travel.

·       Recent front facing photograph with white background and photo page of passport to be uploaded while applying.

-         Not applicable for Foreign Citizens requiring a double entry visa.

-          

4 EASY Steps for VISA Application:

 

Step 1: Apply online https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html

Upload Photo and Passport Page

 

Step 2: Pay VISA fee online

Using credit/ debit card

 

Step 3: Receive ETA online

ETA will be sent to your e-mail

 

Step 4: Fly to India

Print ETA and carry at the time of travel

 

Ø  Health Information

No vaccinations are required before arrival into India. However, the CDC does advise that you take precautions against malaria. Mosquitoes are generally only found outdoors at dusk, however it is wise to be cautious.

 

Do not drink water from the tap!  While in some of your hotels the water is sufficiently treated to be drinkable, it is better to be safe than sorry.  It is also easier to get in the habit of never using tap water, than to try and evaluate the situation each and every time.  It is also recommended that you use bottled water to brush your teeth.


 

 

Ø  Climate

Temperatures in India vary through the year and are different in North and South India.

 

A

Maximum average temp. in Fahrenheit

B

Minimum average temp. in Fahrenheit

C

Average rainfall in inches

Seasons

Period

North India

South India

A

B

C

A

B

C

Winter

November - March

70

43

0.99

89

72

0.32

Summer

April - June

105

82

0.33

92

80

0.50

Monsoon

July - September

95

75

7.23

85

76

24

Autumn

October

92

65

0.41

88

75

2.54

 


 

Ø  Clothing             

December and January can be chilly in the north, and wool sweaters or even a jacket are recommended.  If you are travelling at any other time of the year, or to other parts of India, light cotton clothing will be sufficient. Comfortable and casual are the watchwords.  You should also be sensitive to local customs, and stay away from very revealing clothing, especially outside the major cities.  Those sensitive to air-conditioning might want to carry a small, light wrap to put around their shoulders.

 

Do bring several sets of clothing, as the roads are dusty and although your vehicle air-conditioned, walking around will get clothes dirty fast!  Laundry service is available in all the hotels so you can replenish your supply of clean clothing, as you need it.

 

Ø  Visiting places of worship          

When visiting places of worship, women should have their upper arms covered, and skirts or trousers should be at least mid-calf length.  Men should avoid shorts.  Do carry an extra pair of socks in your handbag as you will also need to remove your shoes when entering sacred locations. Try to ensure that your shoes should be easy to slip off and on. 

 

Ø  Currency

Most international banks have locations in the larger cities throughout India, many with 24-hour ATMs.  If you wish to change money during your stay, banks offer the best exchange rates, but you may also change money at your hotels.  All major brands of traveller’s cheques are accepted in India, and major credit cards are widely accepted in most hotels, restaurants, and larger stores.

 

The Indian currency is called the “Rupee” and the coins are known as “paisa” and  100 paisa makes 1 Rupee. Coins are issued in denominations of one, two, five and ten rupees. Paper notes are issued in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 Rupees

 

There is no limit to the amount of foreign exchange cash or its equivalent that you can bring into India. However you must declare the foreign exchange/currency to the custom officers in the following cases where:

(a) the value of foreign currency notes exceeds US$ 5000 or equivalent

(b) the aggregate value of foreign exchange including currency exceeds US$ 10,000 or equivalent.

 

Do keep your currency exchange receipts as you may be asked to produce them upon your departure from India, or if you need to reconvert rupees into foreign currency upon departure.

 

It is illegal for any Foreign Citizen to carry Indian currency into India. A foreign traveler to India would have to exchange his foreign currency into Indian Rupees upon arrival into India at the airport / hotel.

 

Ø  Language

There are 22 National Languages recognized by the Constitution of India, of which Hindi is the Official Union Language. Besides these, there are 844 different dialects that are practiced in various parts of the Country. The official language is Hindi in the Devanagri script. The States are free to decide their own regional languages for internal administration and education. English is widely spoken.

 

Ø  Cuisine

Indian cuisine is varied and is not restricted to only curry. An authentic Indian curry is an intricate combination of a stir-fried Masala - a mixture of onion, garlic, ginger, and tomatoes; various spices and seasonings with which meat; poultry, vegetables or fish is prepared to produce a stew-type dish. The word Masala also means spice.

 

Indian food is categorized into six tastes - sweet, sour, salty, spicy, bitter and astringent. A well-balanced Indian meal contains all six tastes and this is not always accomplished. This explains the use of numerous spice combinations and depth of flavour in Indian recipes. Side dishes and condiments like chutneys, curries, daals and Indian pickles contribute to and add to the overall flavour and texture of a meal and provide balance needed.

 

Most of the spices used in Indian cooking were originally chosen thousands of years ago for their medicinal qualities and not for flavour. Many of them such as turmeric, cloves and cardamoms are very antiseptic, others like ginger, are carminative and good for the digestion. All curries are made using a wide variety of spices.


 

 

Ø  Baggage allowance on Indian Domestic Carriers

The baggage allowance on various Indian domestic carriers which includes Air India, Jet Airways and Indigo Airlines, Jet Airways and its subsidiary airlines JetKonnect has been revised as detailed below. The same is subject to change without any prior notice. Cabin baggage will be restricted to 7 kgs, as before. 

 

Airline

Economy Class

Business Class

Per Kg Rate

Indigo

15 KG

NA

INR 250 per KG

Jet Airways

15 KG

30 KG

INR 350 per KG

Jet Konnect

15 KG

30 KG

INR 350 per KG

Air India

15 KG

35 KG

INR 350 per KG

Go Air

15 KG

15 KG

INR 250 per KG

Vistara

15 KG

30 KG

INR 350 per KG

Note:

Excess baggage payment on Jet / Jet Konnect and Air India is payable at the time of check-in. This cannot be pre – paid.

 

Excess baggage can be pre-booked in advance on certain low cost carriers and is available on various weight slabs as detailed below:

Excess Baggage Package*

Rate

5 KG

INR 1000 + 14% S.Tax = 1140

10 KG

INR 1750 + 14% S.Tax = 1995

15 KG

INR 2250 + 14% S.Tax = 2565

30 KG

INR 3750 + 14% S.Tax = 4275




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