Tigers, Elephants and the Taj
15 Night Itinerary from £4,221
A relaxed journey exploring Rajasthan's sights, wildlife and countryside and staying in wonderful hand-picked hotels and luxury tented camps.
Select your preferred departure date
- Deldi - 2 Nights
- Agra - 1 Night
- The Taj Mahal & Ranthambore National Park - 2 Nights
- Shahpura - 2 Nights
- Sardargarh Fort - 2 Nights
- Jaipur - 2 Nights
- Dera Amer - 1 Night
- Anopura - 2 Nights
- Fly back to the UK - 1 Night
- See the sights, engage with wildlife, stay in hand-picked accommodation & discover lesser-visited Rajasthan.
- Explore Delhi with its mighty Red Fort, India Gate and the striking Qutub Minar.
- Travel by train to Agra and experience the Taj Mahal before the crowds of tourists.
- Enjoy three 4 x 4 games drives at Ranthambore and stay in an authentic luxury tented camp.
- Discover lesser-visited Rajasthan at Shahpura staying in the summer house of a local family.
- Stay at Sardargarh Fort for a truly unique experience that relives Rajasthan's royal past.
- Explore 'the Pink City' of Jaipur from your centrally located historical boutique hotel.
- Live with and appreciate the Indian elephant at Dera Amer Wilderness Camp, a magical experience.
- Relax in the Rajasthani countryside in a luxury Villa.
This itinerary can be tailored to your preferences by our specialist advisors, who can provide a guaranteed price based on your choice of route, duration, flights, hotels, transport and excursions.
Deldi - 2 Nights
Day 1 - Fly to Delhi
Day 2 - Arrive in Delhi
Day 3 - Full day tour of Delhi
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Thursday, 21 October 2021
Fly to Delhi
Depart from the UK on your overnight flight to Delhi.
Friday, 22 October 2021
Arrive in Delhi
Arrive in Delhi where you will be met by your Veloso Tours guide and transferred to your chosen hotel for a 2 night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Saturday, 23 October 2021
Guided tour of Delhi
Delhi is a dynamic city with an intriguing history. While evidence shows that the area around Delhi was first occupied around 2,500 years ago, Hindu mythology predates that by another 500 years. The British captured the city in 1803 and when they decided to make it the capital of India in 1911, they commissioned Sir Edwin Lutyens to draw up the plans. The result is slightly surprising with spacious tree-lined avenues punctuated with architecture which is among the most striking in the world.
On full day tour, we start in “Old Delhi,” you will head out to explore this exotic locale with its narrow dirt roads, myriads of people and inexpensive and colourful bazaars that keep alive the traditional workmanship for which Delhi has always been famous. Drive past Red Fort and visit the Jama Masjid, one of the largest Muslim mosques in India. A bicycle rickshaw will take you into the heart of Chandni Chowk (the silver square - so named because of the silver merchants).
Drive past India Gate, a 42-metre archway built in memory of Indian soldiers killed during the First World War and Rashtrapati Bhawan, built in the early 20th century as the Imperial residence of the Viceroy. Today, it is the official residence of the President of India.
We then continue to the prominent Sikh Gurdwara or Sikh house of worship. It was originally a bungalow belonging to Raja Jai Singh, a 17th century Indian ruler. It is open to people of all faiths, castes or creeds. The premises house a sacred pond in which devotees bathe. They believe that this would wash off their misdeeds and thus allow them to attain peace of mind. The 'Langars' or the community kitchen proves to be the ideal example of prodigious hospitality of the Sikhs. Anyone and everyone can have scrumptious meal irrespective of caste, colour or class.
We conclude the day by visiting the Delhi's most striking monument, The Qutub Minar, which looms majestically across the wide plains of Delhi, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was constructed in 1192 by Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak. Built in red sandstone and marble, it has a height of 72.5 meters (237.8 ft) and contains 379 stairs. A Soaring conical tower, it is an exquisite example of Indo-Islamic Afghan architecture and is the tallest minaret in India.
Delhi - Luxury Hotel
The Maidens Hotel was established in 1903 and remains a stately survivor of the golden age - the sweeping driveway and the grand façade give an inkling of its star-studded past. Its architecture is the most glorious illustration of old-world European charm with its colonial impressions. A stay at Maidens Hotel is a historically and culturally enriching experience! Every corner in the hotel has a story to tell, whether it's unraveling the majestic royals of the princely states, the Delhi Durbar with its pre-independence coronation, or the ruling times of The British Raj.
The hotel is located in North Delhi within close proximity to the major attractions and has 54 rooms and suites all with high ceilings, air-conditioning, mini bar, tea-coffee maker, LCD TV, satellite channels, safe, hair dryer, FREE Wi-Fi and telephone.
Public areas include lush gardens, a gym and classic wining and dining in the Cavalry Bar, the elegant Curzon Room restaurant serving Indian dishes and the Garden Terrace restaurant.
The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.
Delhi - Luxury Hotel
An iconic hotel in the heart of the Delhi, the Imperial Hotel has an awe-inspiring heritage and wonderful colonial elegance. Stroll through its art laden corridors and you’ll feel history come alive.
There are a wide choice of rooms, from Heritage rooms to suites with 4 poster beds. All are air-conditioned with private bathroom, luxury amenities, sitting area, hair dryer, safe, minibar and flat screen TV.
Perhaps the most enjoyable thing about a stay in the Imperial are the choice of restaurants and bars. The 1911 restaurant offers a wide range of international cuisine, the Spice Route is the hotel’s signature Indian restaurant and San Gimignano offers Italian dishes. Take afternoon tea in the Atrium lounge and enjoy relaxed drinks in a choice of two bars.
Other public areas include a spa, boutique, pool and gym.
Agra - 1 Night
Day 4 - Take the train to Agra Fort
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Sunday, 24 October 2021
Take the train to Agra Fort
Up early today to catch the 8am train to Agra. The journey takes about two hours and is a chance to chat to local people; that is one of the joys of travelling by train in India, everyone is so friendly and interested to find out about you - as you are about them.
Though Agra's history is largely recognised with Mughal Empire, the place was established much before it and has linkages since Mahabharata, the Mythological history. The golden age of the city began with the Mughals. Akbar made it the centre of art, culture, commerce and learning. During the peaceful reign of Shah Jahan, his passion for architecture came to the fore and the world-famous architectural masterpieces were constructed including the Taj Mahal.
On arrival, we check into our hotel for a 1-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.
Later this afternoon, we visit the imposing Red Fort of Agra (also known as Agra Fort). A creative, architectural, and strategic masterpiece, the Fort is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site. In a cruel twist, Emperor Shah Jahan, builder of the Taj Mahal and whose grandfather built the original Fort and who also assumed the throne himself, was imprisoned here at the end of his life by his own son – in a room looking out on the Taj Mahal across the river.
The Taj Mahal & Ranthambore National Park - 2 Nights
Day 5 - Taj Mahal & Ranthambore National Park
Day 6 - Morning & afternoon game drives
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Monday, 25 October 2021
Taj Mahal & Ranthambore National Park
This morning, we visit the Taj Mahal, the magnificent tomb of white marble built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz, who had implored her husband to build a monument symbolising their undying love for each other. Some 20,000 labourers and artisans from around the world spent 22 years constructing what became Mumtaz’s mausoleum, which was begun in 1632. Along with its exquisite symmetry, the Taj features striking examples of pietra dura, a decorative art in which craftsmen embed precisely cut semi-precious stones in marble to form dazzling patterns.
We then drive to Bharatpur railway station to take the train to Ranthambore. En-route we visit Fatehpur Sikri, the Capital of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. The fortress is a UNESCO world heritage site and is built entirely of red sandstone. The tomb of the revered saint Salim Chisti is built in pristine white marble and stands in stunning contrast to the red sandstone. This deserted sandstone city was the glorious but ephemeral capital during Akbar’s reign. Lying on a rocky ridge, this fortress is today a haunting complex with empty palaces, forts and mosques representing a variety of architectural styles. You often wonder how these ancient fortresses must have come alive with music, laughter, beautiful courtesans and the colour and pomp of royalty!
We re-join the train and arrive at Sawai Madhopur railway station, where we transfer to the Sher Bagh by SUJAN luxury tented camp for a 2-night stay on a full board basis.
Tuesday, 26 October 2021
Morning & afternoon game drives
Ranthambore National Park borders the outer fringes of the Thar Desert and is the former hunting grounds of the Maharajah of Jaipur. Ranthambore is now a 512-square-mile nature preserve (one of India’s largest) that is home to diverse plant life, historic ruins, hundreds of species of birds, reptiles, mammals, and of course, Bengal tigers.
On today’s morning and afternoon game drives, we’re sure to see game (tiger and leopard sightings are not guaranteed). One of India’s best known national parks, Ranthambore belongs to India’s groundbreaking Project Tiger, dedicated to preserving and protecting the once plentiful Royal Bengal tigers that roamed the land here. Now threatened by poachers, illegal logging, and encroaching civilisation, India’s tiger population has decreased precipitously; it is believed that just 58 tigers currently live in Ranthambore (which actually represents a net gain in the past decade or so). Nationally, Project Tiger has seen the Bengal population rise to about 2,500 at latest count in 2016 from the 1,800 counted when the project launched in 1973.
The park’s varied landscape of beautiful lakes, lush grasslands, deep ravines, wooded valleys, and open scrub also features picturesque ruins of old fortifications and the thousand-year-old Ranthambore Fort, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ranthambore National Park - Luxury Lodge
Sher Bagh by SUJÁN is one of the first ever Relais & Chateaux's in India and acknowledged as the most charming and authentic place to stay in Ranthambore. The SUJÁN family has played an active part in the conservation effort at Ranthambore since 1974 and included in the rates is a 'Conservation Contribution' that helps fund the conservation activities and community development initiatives in the local area.
The comfortable tents are arranged in a semi-circle and each has its own verandah and a beautifully spacious bathroom. The interiors are stunningly decorated in keeping with their jungle surroundings – they ooze style and can be rated up there with some of the greatest African safari camps. The Royal Tent with its four poster bed, large sitting room, private garden and heated pool looking out over the hills, is truly exceptional, and the Luxury Tent with its outdoor Jacuzzi and tree shower is equally special – both come with butlers a beck and call and camera equipment at your disposal.
There is a secluded swimming pool which looks out over grassy fields to the private and inviting jungle SUJÁN Spa tents. The spacious main lodge has a library bar which is warm and welcoming on chilly winter nights, whilst the elegant lounge tent exudes calm is the perfect spot for afternoon tea. The dining tent is cosy yet airy and here one feasts on glorious cuisine, much of it sourced from their own, organic vegetable garden.
Games drives are operated in 4 x 4 vehicles and can be adapted to your needs.
Sher Bagh by SUJÁN really is the perfect place for wildlife lovers looking for a truly genuine and luxurious jungle camp, where the family connection with Ranthambore, service and cuisine are unsurpassed.
Shahpura - 2 Nights
Day 7 - Travel to Shahpura
Day 8 - Relaxing & exploring at Shahpura
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Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Travel to Shahpura
Early this morning we will have one last safari in the National Park, before we depart for Shahpura.
After being welcomed by a member of the Shahpura family at Shahpura Bagh, a beautifully restored summer home for a 2 night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. Spend the afternoon simply relaxing by the pool with a good book surrounded by 45 acres of flora and birdsong. Take a walk around the estate, through the fields and by the lake, settle in.
This evening we will depart to visit the private fort, Dhikhola, situated at 12 km from Shahpura Bagh. Accompanied by hotel’s naturalists the drive involves stopping to visit the iconic Ramdwara temple, driving through scenic rural roads and stopping to visit banjara/tribal villages to interact with the locals. The 400 year old battle fort is used as an eyrie and offers fantastic views of the countryside and manmade lakes. Enjoy your sun downers while you witness village life unwind.
Thursday, 28 October 2021
Relaxing & exploring at Shahpura
After breakfast, start your day with a visit to the historic quarter of Shahpura and pay a visit to the Arya Samaj School which is run by Shahpura’s family trust. Drive through the countryside and explore the rich colour and life of village and tribal settlements that are scattered around the area to get a feel for authentic rural Rajasthan. Continue to the beautiful environs of Nahar Sagar Lake and 150 acre of farm (this is an excellent birdwatching hotspot!)
Later this afternoon, enjoy the Bullock Cart ride within the property or to the adjacent bazaar of Shahpura.
Rajasthan - Luxury Boutique
A beautifully restored former summer home of the rulers of Shahpura, located next to a serene lake in the countryside is perfect for a couple of days relaxation after sightseeing in Jaipur, Jodhpur or Udaipur.
Shahpura Bagh has six spacious suites leading out to a magnificent pool and gardens. There are also two rooms in the main house – ideal for families or two couples travelling together.
The main house has a welcoming verandah, elegant drawing room and a dining room which opens onto a pretty al fresco dining patio, shaded by fruit trees - it is al fresco dining here whenever possible. The cuisine is delicious Rajasthani home-cooking and limited continental.
The style and décor of Shahpura Bagh is very much a mixture of Rajasthani meets colonial, with a quiet, understated yet elegant air. The large, lofty rooms have been superbly decorated and the bathrooms are spacious, with state of the art fittings.
Rural activities include cycling, bird watching, jeep safaris, picnicking and visiting the village. At the end of the day, visit the stunning step well and exquisite temple before heading out to nearby Dikhola Fort for a memorable sundowner in a turret looking over the lake and village. Or perhaps a gloriously romantic dinner under a star-clad sky; it’s not often one can dine in one’s ‘very own fort’!
Sardargarh Fort - 2 Nights
Day 9 - Travel to Sardargarh Fort
Day 10 - Local villages & relaxation
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Friday, 29 October 2021
Travel to Sardargarh Fort
After breakfast, we depart for Sardargarh Fort, one of the magnificent battle forts of Rajasthan with a 300 year history. It is now an all-suite hotel offering a reflection of the history and culture of a bygone era. Placed amidst the mountains and deep forests of Chuppun, Sardar Singh, one of the most powerful Dhodhias, built the Sardargarh Fort from 1738 to 1743.
We stay at Sardargarh Fort for 2-nights on a bed and breakfast basis. After you have checked in, the owner will take you for a privileged inside look at this extraordinary historical and architectural monument to the grandeur of bygone days, learning about the forts history and distinguished inhabitants.
Saturday, 30 October 2021
Local villages and relaxation
This morning after breakfast, take a jeep ride to a local villages and learn about life in rural areas ending at Lake Manohar. The afternoon is free to enjoy the beautiful setting of the hotel.
Rajasthan - First Hotel
Located 2 hours drive from Udaipur, Sardargarh is one of the magnificent battle forts of Rajasthan with a 300 year history. It is now an all-suite hotel offering a reflection of the history and culture of a bygone era. The fort still retains its medieval underground infrastructure – passage systems, rooms, halls, granaries and stores which are open to guests. With breath-taking views of the lake and the Aravallis, Sardargarh offers guests an exceptional experience of the heritage of the land ranging from folk music, art and farm-to-table cuisine.
The heritage Hotel has 21 air-conditioned suites, each with private bathroom, FREE Wi-Fi,, King size beds, tea and coffee maker, mini bar and telephone.
Public facilities include a swimming pool, courtyard and meals and drinks served on the terrace or the patio.
The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.
Jaipur - 2 Nights
Day 11 - Travel to Jaipur
Day 12 - Explore Jaipur
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Sunday, 31 October 2021
Travel to Jaipur
Today we drive to Jaipur, the largest city of Rajasthan which is an epitome of magnificence and vibrancy. This royal place is rich in heritage, culture and architecture with splendid fortresses, majestic palaces, tranquil temples and beautiful havelis. Other than these captivating attractions, Jaipur displays exquisite handicrafts and spectacular jewellery. On arrival, check-in to the wonderful, centrally located Samode Haveli for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. Your boutique hotel is a delight, with an interesting family history with many artefacts adorning the walls that will enable greater insight into Rajasthan's majestic past.
Evening is free to explore the colourful markets of the pink city.
Monday, 01 November 2021
Jaipur was the home of India’s legendary Hindu warriors, whose historic forts, palaces, and gardens lend a timeless quality to this storied region. Called the “pink city” for its buildings of rose-hued sandstone, Jaipur today retains the exquisite symmetry of its original construction, as well as the eight historic gates that protected the city centuries ago.
Today enjoy a full day sightseeing including a visit to the Amber Fort and a photo stop at the Palace of the Winds, the Hawa Mahal, in the morning. We also visit Amber Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site built by the Kachhawah Rajputs as their capital from 1037 to 1728 and considered the pinnacle of Rajput architecture. We tour the unoccupied citadel and admire the fresco-covered portal, the impressive room of mirrors, walls of jewel-encrusted marble, and the royal apartments offering beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding valleys.
We continue on to Jantar Mantar, the incredible open-air Royal Observatory (ca. 1728) housing oversized astronomical instruments and a UNESCO World Heritage site; and City Palace, former residence of the Maharajas of Jaipur, built in the shape of the city itself and now converted to a museum that houses the rulers’ magnificent art collections.
Jaipur - Luxury Boutique
Samode Haveli is a little gem, oozing charm and character in the heart of Jaipur, amongst a maze of busy streets. Formerly the townhouse of the eminent Samode Family, the hotel breathes history with its pretty courtyards and leafy garden.
The bedrooms vary in shape and size and are superbly decorated, according to the owners’ impeccable taste – modern Rajasthani colour meets contemporary chic. All are air-conditioned, with private bathrooms and luxury amenities.
Perfectionists to the end, the family are constantly thinking up mouth-watering new menus and the gloriously grand dining room, bar and al fresco dining courtyard – any gourmet would be satisfied here. Choose to dine in warm grandeur, under the stars, or enjoy a private dinner by the step well, exquisitely lit with hundreds of flickering candles. The inner courtyards and shady verandahs are replete with soft, elegant furniture and provide perfect places to relax in after an exhausting shopping or sightseeing trip, if not tempted to head to the small but excellent spa for a reviving massage. On chillier nights, spend the evening in the sumptuous, ornate comfort of the marvellous drawing room, covered with floor to ceiling intricate frescoes, and indulge in a bygone age of the royal life of the Samode Family.
There is also a gym and exquisite swimming pool with a beautiful poolside bar.
Samode Haveli is a relaxed, friendly place and is a great option for anyone wanting a delicious, traditional little boutique hotel in the middle of the old city.
Dera Amer - 1 Night
Day 13 - Dera Amer, living with elephants
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Tuesday, 02 November 2021
Travel to Dera Amer
After breakfast, a short drive will take us to Dera Amer, where you stay in a first class tented camp to get a rare appreciation of the Indian Elephant. Acquiring 180-acres of largely neglected scrubland in 1981, the Singh family made a commitment to returning this stretch of land to its state of untouched natural beauty. Over 30-years later, Dera Amer is something of a sanctuary for animals: both domestic and wild, and the perfect place to understand and engage with elephants for a truly inspiring experience. You stay here is in safari style tents dotted around acres of wild scrubland with all meals included.
On arrival, you will be greeted by the elephants and you can make your first contact with these kind hearted giants by the way of feeding bananas. Throughout your stay you are encouraged to assist the staff with their care and conservation of the elephants.
Enjoy the thrill of a Jeep safari through the forest area passing by the village school, fields, medieval step well, The Old Delhi gate (the original gate of the walled city on the Delhi Jaipur route) before at Amer Fort.
You can also go for a short trek in the hills surrounding the camp accompanied by a local tribal guide.
There is time for a freshen up before proceeding to witness the beautiful sunset from the rocks where sundowners are served. In the evening, take in the calm of your surroundings, and the beautiful night skies as you sit next to the crackling bonfire being served cocktails (direct payment) and snacks from the live barbecue. Your personal chef prepares the evening meal and a local musician entertains you with traditional ragas, passed down to him through the generations then dine under stars listening to the sounds of the jungle.
Rajasthan - First Lodge
Dera Amer was established by a passionate ‘hathi’ (elephant lover), and offers guests the unique experience of spending time with an elephant for 24 hours or more, in one of six comfortable tents.
It is a unique tented camp set up in a very pretty patch of several hundred hectares of wilderness in the wooded Aravalli Hills, just a short drive out from Jaipur.
Each tent is totally private, beautifully furnished, has comfortable beds, verandahs and state of the art attached bathrooms with piping hot water and electricity.
It’s a special experience, spending a night under canvas then waking to breakfast with an elephant outside your tent, under the shade of a tree and with your feet in the sand. Dining at night, al fresco under a star clad sky and surrounded by candles is a truly special moment. Solar powered and with their own organic farm nearby, most produce is locally grown and sourced and meals here are a feast of freshness.
Aside from enjoying the calm and comfort of the camp, guests staying here can get deeply involved with elephant life interacting with the resident elephants in their natural habitat - spend time feeding them, washing and scrubbing them - all in privacy and exclusivity.
Correctly against the use of howdahs (elephant saddles) on pachyderms, guests have the fabulous opportunity to stroll around in the wilderness with them, listening to their ‘chat’ and rhythm, getting to know one of these incredible, memorable, extraordinary animals. Walk with a local villager through village hutments, fields and ancient monuments in the jungle - the walk of a lifetime.
Dera Amer puts the elephants first and it’s all about them! Their lives and routines are not changed for the good of the guests and they do exactly what they want, wandering around the camp and its environs in what is as close to their natural environment as it can be. A totally non-commercial venture, it’s magical to simply ‘live’ amongst these magnificent beasts as they go about their daily business.
Anopura - 2 Nights
Day 14 - Elephants & Anopura
Day 15 - Exploring Anopura
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Wednesday, 03 November 2021
Elephants and Anopura
This morning spend some quality time with your elephant as breakfast prepared for you. Enjoy an early morning walk, listening to the gentle rumble of the elephant as she sashays along as you stroll to the nearest village.
After breakfast, we will have a short drive to reach Anopura, nestled within the fold of green hills, Anopura is a hidden, and thankfully, forgotten corner of the world. This is a land of timeless villages, childhood dreams and nature in its purest form and a chance for you to relax in the countryside or by the pool, away from the bustle of the tourists.
Thursday, 04 November 2021
Full day to explore the nearby villages, tour to organic farms. Or simply relax in the sunshine at your luxury villa.
Rajasthan - First Boutique
This gorgeous little oasis sits in very pretty farmland and woodland just 1 hour from Jaipur by the village of Ramgarh.
There are 2 villas each with their own pool and lovely covered verandah / lunching area / shady chill out zone, replete with comfy daybeds and cushions. Built of warm, local stone, the villas each have a pretty central courtyard with the bedrooms, sitting room and dining room fanning off. Stone, local artefacts, colourful rugs, oodles of space, soft lighting, private balconies and excellent bathrooms are what it is all about inside.
Ingeniously designed, they are simply the most gorgeous pools and are made of different coloured slate tiles which glisten and sparkle through the water. Surrounded by wide, sun-filled terraces with plenty of daybeds, yet with a hugely inviting, shady gazebo replete with deep, cushioned sofas and dining area just to one side, one could spend hours or days relaxing here, gazing out to the hills and hardly believing the ‘buzz’ of Jaipur is just down the road.
The bedrooms are all different – some smaller and cosy, others larger and airy and spacious – and have been beautifully, rustically, simply but very comfortably furnished. The thick stone keeps the heat out but the warmth in and there are no end of places to snuggle up in with a good book or just for a daydream – either inside or out! Snug sitting rooms are perfect for the chillier winter nights and al fresco, poolside is idyllic on warm sunny days.
Anopura prides itself on its delicious home cooking, scrumptious salads and hugely varied menu - most produce is farm fresh, locally grown or sourced; and its wonderful, proud, smiling team of staff. With a hugely welcoming, warm, cosy atmosphere – very much a home from home - Anopura oozes space and style; privacy and calm. A gentle place to come for days or weeks, to soothe the soul.
Fly back to the UK - 1 Night
Day 16 - Fly back to the UK
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Friday, 05 November 2021
Fly back to the UK
Transfer to Delhi airport for your flight back to the UK, arriving home later the same day. Or extend your stay in India depending on your interests.
|Season||Low Season||High Season|
|Travel Dates||16 April - 30 September||1 October - 15 April|
|Multiple Travellers - Twin Room||£4,221||£4,868|
|Single Traveller - Own Room||£6,345||£7,554|
Prices are a guideline and per person. Please request a quote for Special Events, Christmas, New Year's Eve & Easter.
- 16 days / 14 nights
- International flights to/from the UK to Delhi
- All transfers and transport
- Accommodation as described
- 14 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 3 dinners
- Excursions as described including Entrance fee
- 3 Exclusive Jeep Safaris in Ranthambore National Park
- National Park entrance fees
- Services of English speaking local guides
- Sundowner at the Dhikola Fort
- Jeep Safari at Shahpura to explore the local villages
- Bullock cart ride at Shahpura
- Tour of Sardargarh Fort
- Jeep ride to explore the local villages in Sardargarh
- Activities at Dera Amer (as specified in the itinerary)
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