Culture and Beaches of India
This 11-day Culture and beaches tour will show you the frenetic, brash, vibrant and brilliant side of India. Start in Mumbai, the political and entertainment capital. Goa, the ultimate Indian beach destination showcasing temples, churches, attractive beaches and a mesmerizing nightlife. The Indian Heritage is reflected in the city of Delhi, yet bubbling with a thriving present. Feel the ultimate charm of Agra as you walk along the pathway to the Taj Mahal. To celebrate the visit of the Prince of Wales to Jaipur, the city decided to recoat its building, hence the name “Pink City” Here you visit the Amber Palace on elephant back; followed by an exploration of its markets, making Jaipur India’s best shoppers paradise. Just one trip may scratch the surface of this incredible country but it will leave you coming back for more.
At a Glance
Day 1 Welcome to Mumbai. Transfer to your hotel
Day 2 Morning tour of Mumbai’s most important sites
Day 3 Mumbai-Goa (Flight) and transfer to your hotel
Day 4 Morning tour of Goa’s main sites
Day 5 Goa: the day is yours to relax or explore more of Goa
Day 6 Goa-Delhi (Flight) and transfer to your hotel
Day 7 Combined Old and New Delhi and travel to Agra
Day 8 Taj Mahal and Agra Fort tour
Day 9 Stop at Fatehpur Sikri before arriving in Jaipur
Day 10 Tour of Jaipur with Elephant ride to the Amber Fort
Day 11 Return to Delhi Airport for onward/return flight
A Melting Pot of Contrasts
A melting pot of religion, ancient traditions, and rich cuisine, India has plenty to keep you entertained. It also claims one of the world’s New 7 Wonders – the iconic Taj Mahal and miles of coastline.
A spiritual and intoxicating country, India is home to millions of people. Mountains, desert, coastal landscapes spiced with some of the world’s largest and culturally diverse cities. It is somewhat of an enigma, as this nation is constantly changing and embracing the modern world while maintaining its cultural customs, and beliefs of old.
Mark Twain, famous American author and humorist portrayed Indian culture perfectly through his following words, “In religion, India is the only millionaire, the one land that all men desire to see and having seen once, by even a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for all the shows of all the rest of the globe combined.”
Indians and their heritage are completely immersed in cultural diversities, with its vibrant states having cultural diversities in terms of traditions, rituals, beliefs, values, attitude, behavior, food, clothes and lifestyle. Each state differs from the other providing you so much to learn about. It is known for treasuring rich cultural heritage that no other country has.