500 Scheduled Holidays, 1000 Tailor Made Holidays & Special Interest Holidays @ Unbeatable Prices & Service Inclusions
500 Scheduled Holidays, 1000 Tailor Made Holidays & Special Interest Holidays @ Unbeatable Prices & Service Inclusions
Family Holidays in India

This is a 'small group family adventure' - typically you will join several other families and travel in a group of minimum 4 and maximum 16 pax. The trips are great value and a great way for you and your children to meet new people! While itineraries are pre-planned there is some flexibility and you'll have plenty of time to yourselves. Most adventure kids tend to be aged between 7 and 15, but some are younger (minimum age is usually 5) and some older (perhaps travelling as part of a larger family group).

Location: Rajasthan, Golden Triangle in India

Come and meet India's people and let them show you their homeland!!

Outline Itinerary
Day 1: Delhi. Colourful and chaotic, Delhi is a great introduction to India. Explore the bustling markets that sell everything from spices to puppets.

Day 2-4: Jaipur. Visit the very ornate and very pink Hawa Mahal, explore the Amber Fort and perhaps even ride an elephant!

Day 5-7: Pushkar. Head out into the desert for an overnight camel ride and a night camping under the stars. Back in Pushkar keep an eye out for dreadlocked holy men or sadhus.

Day 8-9: Bijaipur. The fantastic Castle Bijaipur is a great base to explore the local villages. Jump on a bicycle for a ride through the countryside or take a dip in the castle's pool.

Day 10: Bundi. The thriving old city of Bundi is small enough to explore on foot. Absorb the timeless atmosphere in the colourful fruit market, see the intricately carved stepwells and visit the hillside palace.

Day 11: Ranthambhore National Park. A safari through one of the original Project Tiger reserves allows us to see sambar deer, wild boar, crocodiles and, if we're really lucky, the elusive Bengal tiger.

Day 12: Bharatpur. Explore the Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary on a guided rickshaw tour. See how many of the 400 species of birds you can spot.

Day 13: Agra. Wander through the impressive Red Fort imagining how emperors once lived, and see India's most recognisable monument, the Taj Mahal. There may be an opportunity to see how handmade carpets are made.

Day 14-15: Delhi. Return to Delhi in time for a final farewell breakfast and a chance to continue exploring the city's fantastic sights.
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Kamal Pokhari,Kathmandu-Nepal
Tel: (+977-1) - 4428500, 4415372, 4415373
Fax:977 1 4434491,
Email: info@amadablamadventures.com or team@amadablamadventures.com
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