Gay Group Trip: The Jewels Of India
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For travelers in the 19th century who spent their lives trading on the ancient silk route, Delhi was often the first promise of shelter, food, and business after crossing the indomitable Himalayan Mountains. Today, despite having been transformed by British occupation, the city remains a melting pot of cultures. You will be met at the airport before being escorted to your hotel where you will check in and meet the rest of the group. You’ll then be free to spend the rest of the day relaxing at your leisure. During your time in Delhi you’ll explore both the city’s old and new districts, where you’ll tour iconic sites including the Red Fort and Qutub Minar.
After arriving in Agra you’ll enjoy a whistle-stop tour of the Mughal temples that line many of the city’s most bustling streets before setting off from the hotel for the unique opportunity of experiencing the Mughal Heritage Trail under the guidance of a local expert. The highlight of Agra is undoubtedly the Taj Mahal, yet there are plenty of other reasons to visit Agra, and it’s here that your group will be able to enjoy the intoxicating collection of markets and temples that are characteristic of the region.
Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest and most popular national parks in Northern India. Located around 130km from Jaipur, it was once the preferred hunting ground of the ruling Maharajas of Jaipur. Today the park is teeming with wildlife and attracts people from across the globe hoping to catch a glimpse of the fierce tigers that prowl its forests. You’ll stay in a converted safari lodge, and enjoy a behind-the-scenes view of how the park works to protect its endangered populations.
Jaipur was one of the first examples in the world of city planning. The 250-year-old settlement is a breathtaking blend of forts, palaces, and teeming markets. Known as the pink city for its characteristic pink sandstone, it’s arguably the most colorful city in the world, and is where you’ll visit the Maharaja’s walled palace, the old city, and the Jantar Mantar observatory. No trip to Jaipur would be complete without a tour of the Amber Fort, and it’s here that you’ll participate in the colorful festivities of the Hindu Holi festival.
After a seven-hour journey through the countryside of Rajasthan, you’ll arrive in Udaipur. The city is one of the most romantic places in India and is mesmerizingly surrounded by beautiful shimmering lakes. You’ll spend your time exploring the city where you will visit the City Palace and take a boat ride on Lake Pichola. On the last night, you will have a farewell dinner, no doubt with plenty of amazing experiences to reflect on. Best-known for its stunning peacock mosaics and wall paintings, Udaipur is the ideal place to end your tour of India, and perfectly encapsulates the unique charm and beauty of this extraordinary country.
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