Return economy-class flights from Australia to India. Taxes included
Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour
All touring in air-conditioned vehicles excluding jeep & Canter safari vehicles and water-based activities
Tipping Made Easy, $250pp pre-paid
18 nights in good quality hotels
1 night at Manvar desert camp, a permanent dune safari camp with proper beds and attached bathroom with running hot and cold water facilities
19 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 8 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners
English-speaking locally based guides
Explore the bustling city of Delhi, including visits to Jama Masjid (inside), Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar and Humayun Tomb. Take a rickshaw ride through Chandni Chowk and an exotic spice tour of Khari Baoli Market, and drive past the Rajpath, Lutyen's Buildings and India Gate.
Visit Akshardham Temple and discover centuries of traditional Indian and Hindu culture throughout the complex and take a cultural boat ride to learn about thousands of years of Indian history.
Ride by Jeep up to the magnificent Amber Fort in Jaipur, followed by a tour of its many beautiful rooms within the fort including the amazing Hall of Mirrors. Here the light of a single match sets off a dazzling display as it is reflected by thousands of tiny mirrors that line the walls.
Tour the 'Pink City' of Jaipur including the Jantar Mantar Observatory, Sawai Man Singh 11 Museum, Hawa Mahal and the colourful bazaar.
Explore Junagarh Fort and visit a camel breeding farm in the fortified city of Bikaner.
Visit Karni Mata Temple at Deshnoke, an unusual holy shrine and home for thousands of protected rats.
Half day tour of the desert city of Jaisalmer, including a visit to the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort and some of the city’s historic sandstone havelis of the wealthy merchants
Spend 2 nights in Jodhpur, known as the 'Blue City' because local Brahmins have painted their homes blue to show their status to all. Our touring includes the Mehrangarh Fort and its beautiful palaces - Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal, and the marble monument of Jaswant Thada.
Visit the incredible marble Jain Temple at Ranakpur (of which no 2 of its 1,400 pillars are the same) and beautiful Kumbhalgarh Fort enroute to Udaipur.
Visit the deserted Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri which was built in 1569 but abandoned 15 years later due to lack of water. The sheer size of this city and its well-preserved state will astound you!
Take a city tour of Agra, including the imposing Agra Fort, known for its fine Mughal architecture.
Visit Agra’s stunning Taj Mahal. A symbol of India, it is considered by many to be the most beautiful monument in the world.
Visit the famous Pushkar Festival. An annual five-day camel and livestock fair - one of the world’s largest! The festival is held on the banks of the Pushkar Lake and is attended by hundreds of thousands of people each year.
Morning tour of Udaipur, the 'City of Lakes', which includes the City Palace, Jagdish Temple and Sahelion-ki-bari.
Visit Garh Palace in Bundi, known for its artistic Rajput style architecture.
Delve into one of India’s best-known and most interesting regions, Rajasthan. Take in modern cities, arid deserts and lush jungles. Admire the beauty of the Taj Mahal, explore historic forts and visit stunning palaces on this fascinating journey.
We explore both the old and new parts of the city - you'll be amazed by the array of colour on display. We'll also take an exciting rickshaw ride through the colourful streets of the bustling bazaars at Chandni Chowk.
Visit grand palaces, sweeping deserts and majestic forts. We’ll take an exhilarating camel ride across the desert, spend a night at a dune safari camp and spot game on safari at Ranthambore National Park
THE COLOUR & EXCITEMENT OF THE PUSHKAR FESTIVAL
The Pushkar Festival is an annual five-day camel and livestock fair and one of the world's largest camel fairs. The festival is held on the banks of the Pushkar Lake and is attended by thousands of people each year. Livestock is bought and sold and stalls abound with jewellery and textiles. The festival begins each year with a camel race followed by music and exhibitions
A non-refundable deposit per person to secure your Bunnik Tour, together with a completed Fitness to Travel declaration form (Part 1), is required within 7 days from the date of reservation. 45 days after your booking has been confirmed we will require a progress payment amount to cover airfares, taxes and fuel surcharges. At this stage we will also require a completed Passenger Pre-Registration Form. Final payment is due 120 days prior to departure. Please note that tour costings are based on using special airfares which require early payment - see below Payment Schedule. Separate deposit payments may be required for pre and post tour extensions. We may cancel your booking if either the deposit payment or the final payment is not paid by the relevant due date. In the event of cancellation, the cancellation conditions set out below will apply. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars and must be paid in Australian dollars apart from Arctic and Antarctic Cruising programs which are quoted in US dollars and must be paid in US dollars.