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Duration- 17 Nights / 18 Days
Places: Delhi-Sikandra-Agra-Fatehpur Sikri-Jaipur-Mumbai-Goa-Cochin-Periyar-Kumarakom-
Mode of Transportation- Mix of flight and private vehicle with experienced English speaking chauffer
Meals- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Tour Manager- Available at your service right from your arrival till departure
Tour Guide- Local tour guide will be made available at all the locations
Inclusions- All inclusive except expense of personal nature like laundry, entry fee of camera etcetera
Hotel category- Category of your choice. We recommend palatial / boutique properties wherever
Golden Triangle-India's golden triangle is a tourist circuit that connects the national capital, New
Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The Golden Triangle is so named because of the triangular shape formed by
their locations on a map and also because of the vast wealth of cultural and historic treasures to be
found in these three cities The trips usually start in Delhi and move south to the site of the Taj
Mahal at Agra then west, to Jaipur (the desert landscapes). It is normally possible to do the trip by
road, train or plane. The Golden Triangle is now a well-travelled route, providing a good spectrum of
the country's different landscapes in short duration. The circuit is about 450 Miles by road. Each leg is
about 4 to 5 hours of seamless driving with few short breaks en route to cover places of historical
Goa- The historic city of Goa exhibits the cultural influence of the Portuguese. Goa became
an overseas territory of the Portuguese Empire for about 456 years. It is one of the most visited tourist
place because of its white-sand beaches, active nightlife, places of worship, and World Heritage-listed
architecture. It also has rich flora and fauna and one of the rare biodiversity hotspots of the world.
Mumbai- Located on a coastline Mumbai is the financial, commercial, [28]  and the entertainment capital
of India. The Portuguese were actively involved in the foundation and growth of their Roman
Catholic religious orders in Mumbai. Mumbai has the second largest number of Art Deco buildings in
the world after Miami.  Mumbai has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Chhatrapati Shivaji
Terminus, the  Elephanta Caves  and the Victorian and Art Deco Ensemble
Kerala- Kerala – the ‘Queen of the Malabar Coast’, is indeed one of the most gorgeous and enticing
holiday destinations in the entire country. Adorned by the enchanting charm of the Arabian Sea,
guarded by the lofty Western Ghats, jotted with numerous lagoons, and strapped by a chain of canals,
this picturesque holiday casts a magical spell on all its visitors! Fondly called ‘God’s Own Country’,
Kerala boasts of its bountiful beauty and prismatic offerings.

Day 1 – Arrive Delhi
A very warm welcome to India’s capital city!!! Upon arrival you will be welcomed by your English-
speaking tour manager and chauffer. Tour manager will help you with hotel check in and discuss the
tour details. Depending upon your flight timings local excursions can be planned for the day.
Today’s Excursion- It will depend upon guest’s time of arrival in Delhi
Night stay at hotel in Delhi
Day 2 – Delhi Sightseeing
Post breakfast at hotel embark on a full day city tour. We will cover / pass through all the below listed
places of importance. You have option to add / omit places.
Today’s Excursion-
Qutub Minar- Built in 1193, it is the tallest minaret in the world built of bricks. It is
a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The compound also has an iron pillar famous for the rust-
resistant composition and is an excellent specimen of ancient metallurgy
Humayun Tomb- The tomb of Humayun construction was completed in 1572. The building
was the first to use its unique combination of red sandstone and white marble. The tomb was
declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Agrasen ki baoli- Agrasen Ki Baoli is a 60-meter long and 15-meter wide historical stepwell
built in 14 th century.
Jama Masjid- It was built between 1650 and 1656.At the time of its construction, it was the
largest mosque in the Indian subcontinent. The mosque predominantly uses red sandstone &.
Black marble. The courtyard can accommodate 25,000 worshippers.
Red fort- The Red Fort historically served as the main residence of the Mughal emperors. Its
design is credited to architect Ustad Ahmad Lahori, who also constructed the Taj Mahal.  it
was completed in 1648. The World Heritage Convention characterises the Red Fort as
representing "the zenith of Mughal creativity"
Raj Ghat- It is a black marble platform that marks the spot of Mahatma Gandhi's cremation. It
is on the west bank of the Yamuna River

Rickshaw ride- The Old Delhi Rickshaw Tour is special as it is royal and regal. Hop on board
our cushy rickshaws and explore the Mughal-built Walled City in a comfortable, eco-friendly
and adventurous way. This tour is a mix of Old Delhi Heritage and culture. Immerse yourself
in this enigmatic experience and have the best of this Old City.
Drive through / Photo stop - President house / Parliament house / India Gate

Night stay at hotel in Delhi
Day 3 – Delhi to Agra via Sikandra (130 miles- 3 hours)
After early breakfast at hotel, we will depart for Agra visiting Sikandra enroute. Upon arrival check in
and relax for a while before we proceed to take a spectacular view of Taj Mahal during the sun set.

Today’s Excursion-
Sikandra- The four-storied tomb combines both marble and sandstone in its exterior. The
construction of Sikandra was completed in 1613. The tomb with is set amidst a large garden
and is enclosed by four battlemented walls, each with a large gateway. The 99 names of Allah
have been inscribed on the tomb.
Agra Fort- Also known as Agra's Red Fort was built by the Mughal emperor in 1573.It served
as the main residence of the rulers of the Mughal Dynasty until 1638, when the capital was
shifted from Agra to Delhi. The 40 hectare fort has a semi-circular plan, its chord lies parallel
to the river Yamuna and its walls are seventy feet high.
Taj Mahal- The Taj Mahal is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the right bank of the
river Yamuna .The tomb is the centrepiece of a 17-hectare complex. The Taj Mahal complex
is believed to have been completed in its entirety in 1653 at a cost estimated at the time to be
around ₹32 million, which currently would be approximately  US $1 billion. The construction
project employed some 20,000 artisans. The Taj Mahal was designated as a UNESCO World
Heritage Site 
Night stay at hotel in Agra
Day 4 – Agra to Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri (150 miles- 5 hours)
Post relaxing breakfast at your hotel we will drive to Jaipur, visiting the abandoned city of Fatehpur
Sikri enroute.
Upon arrival check in and relax for a while before we embark on half day city tour.
Fatehpur Sikri- It is a abandoned palace city which sits on rocky ridge, 1.9 miles in length and
0.62 miles wide and palace city is surrounded by a 6 km (3.7 mi) wall on three sides with the
fourth bordered by a lake. Some of the important buildings in this city holds both religious and
secular importance. The city was built massively and preferably with red sandstone.
Guided tour of old city
Visit shops for souvenir shopping
Night stay at hotel in Jaipur
Day 5 –Jaipur sightseeing
Post relaxing breakfast at your hotel we will embark on our full day local tour.
Today’s Excursion-

Amer fort- Amer fort is great example of architecture. Constructed of red sandstone and marble, the
attractive, opulent palace is laid out on four levels, each with a courtyard. Its construction ensured that
a cool climate is artificially created by winds that blow over a water cascade within the palace. This is
a UNESCO World Heritage Site 
Jaigarh Fort- The Amer fort along with Jaigarh Fort, is located immediately above on the Hill of
Eagles. The Amer fort and Jaigarh Fort are considered one complex, as the two are connected by a
subterranean passage. This passage was meant as an escape route in times of war to enable the
royal family members and others in the Amer Fort
Nahargarh Fort- Along with Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh once formed a strong defence ring
for the city. Nahar in local language means 'abode of tigers'. The popular belief is that Nahar here
stands for the kind named Nahar Singh Bhomia, whose spirit haunted the place and obstructed
construction of the fort. Nahar's spirit was pacified by building a temple in his memory within the fort,
which thus became known by his name
Hawa Mahal- The structure was built in 1799 from red and pink sandstone. Its five-floor exterior is
akin to a honeycomb with its 953 highly decorated small windows. The original intent of this design
was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life and festivals celebrated in the street below without
being seen. This architectural feature also allowed cool air to pass through, thus making the whole
area more pleasant during the high temperatures in summer
City Palace- The City Palace, Jaipur was established in 1727. It now houses the Museum, and
continues to be the home of the Jaipur royal family. The royal family has around 500 personal
servants The palace complex has several buildings, various courtyards, galleries, restaurants, and
Jantar Mantar - A Jantar Mantar is an assembly of stone-built astronomical instruments, designed to
be used with the naked eye. The instrument can be used with an accuracy of about 20 seconds by a
"skilled observer" to measure the time of day, and the declination of the Sun and the other heavenly
bodies. It is the world's largest stone sundial. The Jaipur Jantar Mantar is a UNESCO World Heritage
Optional (At extra charge)
Elephant ride to Amer fort
Jeep ride to Amer fort
Hot Air balloon – City view from the top
Night stay at hotel in Jaipur
Day 6 – Jaipur to Mumbai (Flight-2 hours)
Post breakfast at hotel we will leave for airport to board flight to Mumbai.
Post check in relax for a while before we embark on a half day city tour.
Today’s Excursion-
Gateway of India-The Gateway of India is an arch-monument erected to commemorate the
landing of King-Emperor George V, the first British monarch to visit India, in December 1911.
Marine drive- Marine drive is also known as the Queen's Necklace because, when viewed at
night from an elevated point, the street lights resemble a string of pearls in a necklace with a
background of Arabian sea.
Rajabai clock tower-The big ben of India and represents the son’s love for his mother.

Victoria terminus-The gothic beauty was built as part of golden jubilee of queen Victoria in
1887. This UNESCO world site is one of the oldest train stations in India.
Night stay at hotel in Mumbai
Day 7 –Mumbai to Goa (Flight-1 hours)
Post breakfast at hotel we will proceed to Airport to board flight to Goa.
Upon arrival check in and rest of the day at leisure. You can relax and enjoy the cool breeze at
resort’s private beach and later enjoy the night life of Goa.
Night stay at hotel in Goa

Day 8 –Goa
We will start early today for dolphin sightseeing tour which is a perfect opportunity to watch dolphins
do somersaults on the waves of the Arabian Sea. After the dolphin sighting tour, enjoy breakfast at
hotel. Post relaxing for a while we will take a half day local tour of north Goa.
Today’s Excursion-
Dolphin watching- On your dolphin watching trip, be ready to be amazed by the endearing
dolphins perform splashes and other tricks in the crystal blue waters of Goa.
Fort Aguarda- Aguada Fort that has a legacy of 400 years old history. You will get a
breathtaking view of the Arabian sea and witness the architecture of the Portuguese that
reflects through this fort
Beaches- We will cover few beaches of north goa like Calangute Beach, Baga Beach and
Anjuna Beach.

Night stay at hotel in Goa

Day 9 –Goa
After relaxing breakfast at hotel and morning stroll on private beach we will set on half day tour of
south goa.
Today’s Excursion-
Churches- Walk through historical Old Goa Churches: - St Francis Xavier, Se Cathedral &
Basilica of Bom Jesus.
Beaches- We will spend some time on Miramar beach

River cruise- Later in evening we will set on cruise on Mondovi River.
Night stay at hotel in Goa

Day 10 –Goa to Cochin (Flight-5 hours)
Post breakfast at hotel we will leave for Airport to board flight to Cochin. Cochin, the confluence
point of the alluring Arabian Sea and the Silent Backwater, will be your host for the day
Check in at hotel and spend day at leisure. In evening we will enjoy the cultural show by local artists.
Today’s Excursion-

Cultural Show- Kathakali dance by local artists.
Night stay at hotel in Cochin
Day 11 –Cochin to Munnar (90 miles -4 hours)
After breakfast at hotel of your stay we will start for our scenic tour of Munnar. It’s a beautiful drive
away through lush green hills and tea gardens. The scenery is spectacular and you can linger awhile
at the Neriamangalam bridge for a view of the Periyar River and also at the falls at Cheeyappara and
Munnar- Munnar is a hill station which sits on the confluence of three mountain streams surrounded
by dense greenery.
Check in at hotel and spend day at leisure.
Today’s Excursion-
Neriamangalam bridge
Cheeyappara fall
Valara fall
Night stay at hotel in Munnar
Day 12 – Munnar to Thekkady (75 Miles / 3 Hours)
Post a relaxing breakfast at hotel we will proceed for Thekkady after spending half day exploring
beauty of Munnar. The drive to Thekkady is through Cardamon hills.
Today’s Excursion- at Munnar
Mattupetty dam
Echo point
Tea museum

Optional Tour at Munnar-
For adventure lovers’ boat, raft, bike or horse ride.
For wildlife lovers’ opportunity to spot endangered mountain goats and other wildlife
Night stay at hotel in Thekkady
Day 13 – Thekkady
Post relaxing breakfast at hotel we will proceed for local site seeing tour.
Thekkady- It’s a small town near the  Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary . Thekkady is considered a heaven for
natural spices such as black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, nutmace, ginger, and clove.
Today’s Excursion-
Periyar wildlife Sanctuary- This Tiger reserve is spread across 300 square miles with thick
evergreen forest. The splendid artificial lake adds to the charm of the park. The greatest
attractions of Periyar are the herds of wild elephants, deer and bison that come down to drink
in the lake. The sanctuary can be accessed by trekking, boating or jeep safari. 
Elephant Junction- 30 Mins of Elephant ride
Spice plantation tour
Optional tour at Thekkady-
Boating in Periyar lake
Bamboo rafting
Tribal tour of nearby village
Night stay at hotel in Thekkady
Day 14 -Thekkady to Kumarakom (100 miles / 4 hours)
Post relaxing breakfast at hotel we will proceed for our next leg of journey to Kumarakom.
Kumarakom- Kumarakom is a popular destination famous for its backwater tourism. It is set in the
backdrop of the  Vembanad Lake .
Today’s Excursion-
Backwater site seeing- Indulge in activity of your choice
Explore local market
Night stay at hotel in Kumarakom
Day 15 – Kumarakom to Alleppey (2 Miles / 30 Minutes)
Post relaxing breakfast at hotel proceed to board your houseboat.

Houseboat- A house boat is about 100 feet in length and has a width of around 13 feet in the middle.
The materials that go into the making are local and ecofriendly; bamboo poles, coconut fibre, ropes,
bamboo mats, carpets etc. These houseboats are fully furnished single room, double room and triple
Today’s Excursion-
You will be on houseboat for next 22-24hours. Cruise through the backwater, discover
the swaying beauty of the narrow canals, verdant paddy fields, coconut lagoons
and coir villages; overnight stay will be in the houseboat.
Night stay on houseboat
Day 16– Alleppey to Kovalam (100 Miles / 4 hours)
Post breakfast on the boat house you will disembark and proceed for beach location Kovalam. It’s a
beach location where there is no activity planned for the day. You are free to explore beaches which
are in close proximity to your hotel.
Kovalam is a small beach town, there are three large beaches at Kovalam divided by rocky outcrops
providing distinct bays which you can choose to explore.  Lighthouse Beach is the most popular and
Samudra the most peaceful and private.  Swim in the azure waters of the Arabian sea, sunbathe, play
beach cricket or enjoy a calming Indian massage.  The beach is well serviced with amenities but they
are not overpowering and do not disrupt the gentle ambience of the palm-fringed golden shores. 
Today’s Excursion-
Beaches- We will cover Lighthouse beach and Samudra beach
Optional activity-
Water sports
Ayurvedic massage / Spa
Night stay at hotel in Kovalam
Day 17–Kovalam
Post breakfast at your hotel whole day is at leisure to explore beach and indulge in ayurvedic
Optional tour
Tour of Kanyakumari (50 miles / 2 hours) - This is the farthest land point of India. With your
entry in Kanyakumari, you can see the charming excellence wherein the Indian Ocean,
Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal converge with one another. Following this, you will
be taken for a pontoon ride to the prestigious Vivekananda Rock Memorial.
Vellayani Lake- This fresh water lake also serves as a host to Snake Boat Races in

Night stay at hotel in Kovalam
Day 18–Kovalam to Thiruvananthapuram (15 miles / 30 mins & flight- 3.30 hours)
Post breakfast at your hotel we will proceed to Airport for our onward journey to Delhi.
Night stay at hotel in Delhi (depending upon your onward journey)

Note: This is just a time bound sample itinerary indicative of how and what all could be
explored. We can customise the tour as per your requirements. Set your expectations
and we will offer memorable experience. Please reach out to us for personalised holiday

All meals- breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation for 17 Nights / 18 Days
All mode of domestic transportation
Jungle safari / elephant ride
All the entry tickets
English speaking tour guide at all the locations

International flight (optional)
Travel insurance (optional)
Any service / activity not mentioned in Itinerary
Expense of personal nature like laundry, entry tickets for camera etcetera
Optional tours / activities
Water sports activities
Ayurvedic massage / Spa

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