Take in the sights, sounds and smells of India on this 15-day tour of Rajasthan.

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Take in the sights, sounds and smells of India on this 15-day tour of Rajasthan. Starting and ending in Delhi, you'll enjoy a safari in Ranthambore National Park, explore Old Delhi, visit historic forts and of course, enjoy a visit to the magnificent Taj Mahal.

START: Delhi, India
FINISH: Delhi, India
STYLE: Original
THEME: Explorer
GROUP SIZE: Min 1, Max 12

1. Intrepid requires a scanned copy of your passport bio page at time of booking to secure a permit for your Ranthambhore National Park visit. Authorities at Ranthambhore NP follow a strict booking process whereby permits are issued on a first come first serve basis. If we do not receive correct passport details in time we cannot guarantee you on the tiger safari.

2. This trip travels back to Delhi on the afternoon of day 14 arriving into the capital around 11pm. Please do not book departure flights out until at least 4am on day 15 to allow for delays.

3. A single supplement is available on this trip and covers all nights.

4. The Pushkar Camel Fair is held in late Oct early November, please see the climate and seasonal information in these Trip Notes for more detail.

5. Hot air balloon flights are operated by Sky Waltz in Jaipur. Flights operate mornings from September to June and morning and evening from September to March. Morning flights depart around sunrise and evening flights late afternoon and last 60 mins. Return transfers, tea and coffee plus light refreshments and a certificate of flight are included in the cost. You can register your interest and pay your tour leader at your joining meeting on day 1 of your trip. Payment must be made by cash in either INR/AUD/USD/GBP only and is USD$260pp (subject to change). Flights are subject to ticket availability weather conditions. Tickets are fully refundable in case of poor weather.

6. Due to animal welfare concerns we no longer ride camels on this itinerary.


This is our most popular trip to Rajasthan and one of the top selling trips in our entire range. Opulent, whimsical and romantic – Rajasthan will no doubt capture your imagination and your heart too.

Don't worry if you find the idea of travelling to India daunting at first - your local leader will be on hand to give you all the insider info to help you have a memorable experience of this captivating, but sometimes challenging, country.

Walk through past hills, shimmering lakes and marble palaces of Udaipur – India’s most romantic city and one of our favourites. Read more about why here:

Watch the sunset from a rampart on Fort Madhogarh, one of the heritage hotels (and a former royal residence) that will be your accommodation while here.

Keep your adrenaline charged with an evening tiger-spotting safari among the lakes and jungles of one of India's best known national parks - Ranthambhore.

Visit our local friends in their home on the border of sacred Pushkar Lake and the evocative Thar Desert. Share a meal together and gain insight into local life.

Could any visit to India be complete without a visit to the Taj Mahal? Here's what you need to know about your visit:


$ 1,530 USD

p/person in a twin share room

Confirm with a $400 Deposit

*Prices may vary depending on seasonality*


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