• Delhi

    Arrive in Delhi. The world’s fourth-largest city is home to a host of historic monuments, breathtaking palaces, fascinating museums, bustling markets, delicious restaurants and much more.

  • New Delhi

    Spend the day with a private guide and driver exploring the myriad treasures New Delhi has to offer. Take in the beauty of the city’s government buildings, explore Humayun’s Tomb (predecessor to the Taj Mahal) and visit the Qutb Minar, a soaring 238-foot-high ancient Islamic monument.

  • Old Delhi and Agra

    Spend the morning exploring the walled city of Old Delhi with your private guide. Wander through the region’s winding and exotic bazaars before visiting the Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque; and the Red Fort, a palace and residence of many Mughal emperors. Later in the morning, take a scenic drive to Agra and visit the Agra Fort, a red sandstone wonder. In the evening, see the stunning Taj Mahal itself, where you can watch as the colors of the sunset reflect off white marble walls.

  • Agra and Jaipur

    See the Taj Mahal at sunrise to avoid the crowds and explore the lush gardens and serene reflecting pools in peace. Later, take a scenic drive to Jaipur, known as the Pink City for its distinctly colored buildings. En route to Jaipur, visit Fatehpur Sikri, a 400-year-old town that boasts one of the best preserved collections of Mughal architecture in India.

  • Jaipur

    Spend the day at leisure taking in Jaipur’s many forts, monuments, temples and gardens or simply relax at your hotel.

  • Jaipur

    Visit the breathtaking Amber Palace, a magnificent fort with spellbinding views of Maota Lake. Then, explore the City Palace. Located in the heart of the Pink City, the sprawling complex houses a museum, numerous royal residences and the fascinating Jantar Mantar observatory. A hub for arts and crafts such as block printing, stone carving, painting and more, Jaipur’s markets and shops are also worth a visit.

  • Rajasthan

    Take a four-hour journey to Rajasthan. Known as the Land of Kings, this beautiful countryside is comprised of golden sand dunes, lush forests and exotic wetlands. Take a guided village and farm tour to learn about the area’s rural traditions.

  • Jodhpur

    You will be driven through the scenic countryside to Jodhpur. Set in the stark landscape of the Thar desert, the Blue City is known as much for its breathtaking forts and palaces as it is for its marvelous shopping and local cuisine. After resting at your hotel, explore the city via rickshaw or head to the main bazaar, a busy shopping area where you can purchase beautiful fabrics and other handmade curios.

  • Jodhpur

    Spend the day taking in the sites at your leisure with a knowledgeable private guide. Stop by the Mehrangarh Fort, which houses a museum and several palaces; and the Umaid Bhawan Palace, one of the world’s largest private residences.

  • Rajasthan

    A private guide and driver will take you to the Rajasthani countryside, where you will explore Bishnoi village, a sheepherding community that will give you a glimpse into India’s rural ways of life.

  • The Maldives

    Known for its turquoise reefs; warm, deep blue waters; and pristine white sand beaches, the Maldives is the perfect place to relax at the end of your trip. You can simply relish in the area’s picturesque mornings, bright days and breezy nights or engage in the many activities on offer. Take a private diving lesson and see thousands of species of fish or learn to surf from a local expert. Excursions to nearby islands are also a great way to take in the local flavor.

  • Depart the Maldives

    Board a flight home at a nearby airport.

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