2008 Highlights of Rajasthan:14 day India Tour

2008 Highlights of Rajasthan - 14 days

Dawn at the Taj Mahal is an experience of a lifetime.

When the sun rises behind the Taj Mahal, casting pink and orange hues over the world's most famous monument to love, you will understand the magical spell India casts on her travellers.

Rajasthan is home to some of the country's most impressive sites and most hospitable people. Start your journey in Delhi and discover the dichotomy between her modern skyscrapers and Old Delhi's winding alleys. An exciting rickshaw ride is the best way for you to come face to face with the locals; colourful sari stalls, fragrant spice markets and the occasional lumbering elephant make for a fascinating backdrop! And then on to Rajasthan where you're destined to discover windswept deserts, Maharajahs palaces, and a history as old as time.

Delhi, Agra and Taj Mahal, Ranthambore National Park, Jaipur, Nimaj, Osian Camel Camp, Jodpur, Udaipur.

Trip grading: MODERATE Suitable for travellers with an average to above-average level of fitness and mobility. Prepare for some long road journeys.

What's included: (Standard) – 13 nights hotel accommodation (1 night in a tented camp), all road transport by air-conditioned vehicles, all sightseeing as specified (excluding entrance fees), Western tour leader based on a minimum of seven travellers, local English-speaking guides throughout, arrival and departure transfers, breakfast daily, four lunches and four dinners.

Tour Leader: Travel Indochina tour leader based on a minimum of 7 people.

Maximum group size: 15 

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Go Deluxe: Indulge in the royal Raj treatment when you take our Deluxe option. Delhi’s Imperial Hotel is one of the most impressive in the world – the art collection, top-table restaurants and colonial-era touches make your introduction to India the beginning of a fairytale.

Not Ready to go Home Yet?: Take our 3-day ‘Mumbai City Stay’ and you will discover the treasures of Bombay, Bollywood and beyond. See remarkable British architecture, colourful streets and the vibrant culture of India’s most cosmopolitan city.

Ask our Travellers: "What an experience. I’ve travelled before, but this trip was exceptional and I loved it so much. Amazing!" M. Kelly - Australia

Responsible Travel: We’ve chosen some beautiful, atmospheric heritage hotels for you to stay in, and by doing so you’re able to help us protect India’s rich cultural heritage.

Did you know: Travel Indochina can organise your flights and any additional accommodation. Call us on 1300 138 755 to speak to one of our experts or click here to request a quote.

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Departure dates

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  • 05/11/2008 | Closed
  • 12/11/2008 | Request
  • 03/12/2008 | Request
  • 24/12/2008 | Request


  • Days 1 to 2      - Delhi 
  • Day 3               - Agra 
  • Days 4 to 5      - Ranthambore National Park
  • Days 6 to 7      - Jaipur
  • Day 8               - Nimaj
  • Day 9               - Osian
  • Days 10 to 12  - Jodhpur
  • Days 13 to 14  - Udaipur