All India Introduction - 14 Days

Day 1. Arrive at Delhi

Overnight – The Oberoi New Delhi

Once upon a time, a modern jetliner landed at Delhi Airport.

VIP Arrival Services. Most flights arrive either in the evening or at night, and we strongly recommend that our guests consider arriving at least a day earlier. Meet your assigned representative from VIP Arrival Services as you exit the jet bridge from your plane at Delhi Airport. You are privately escorted through the complete arrival process, including immigration, baggage claim, and customs.

The Oberoi Delhi. Next you will be greeted by your Connoisseur Guide and driven to your top-ranked luxury hotel – check-in is available by 3 pm. Your suite at the Delhi Oberoi includes 24-hour butler service and access to the Resident’s Lounge with its associated benefits, and you are next to the historic Delhi Golf Club – tee time and more can be reserved with your tour.

Once upon a time, a modern jetliner landed at Delhi Airport.

VIP Arrival Services. Most flights arrive either in the evening or at night, and we strongly recommend that our guests consider arriving at least a day earlier. Meet your assigned representative from VIP Arrival Services as you exit the jet bridge from your plane at Delhi Airport. You are privately escorted through the complete arrival process, including immigration, baggage claim, and customs.

The Oberoi Delhi. Next you will be greeted by your Connoisseur Guide and driven to your top-ranked luxury hotel – check-in is available by 3 pm. Your suite at the Delhi Oberoi includes 24-hour butler service and access to the Resident’s Lounge with its associated benefits, and you are next to the historic Delhi Golf Club – tee time and more can be reserved with your tour.

Once upon a time, a modern jetliner landed at Delhi Airport.

VIP Arrival Services. Most flights arrive either in the evening or at night, and we strongly recommend that our guests consider arriving at least a day earlier. Meet your assigned representative from VIP Arrival Services as you exit the jet bridge from your plane at Delhi Airport. You are privately escorted through the complete arrival process, including immigration, baggage claim, and customs.

The Oberoi Delhi. Next you will be greeted by your Connoisseur Guide and driven to your top-ranked luxury hotel – check-in is available by 3 pm. Your suite at the Delhi Oberoi includes 24-hour butler service and access to the Resident’s Lounge with its associated benefits, and you are next to the historic Delhi Golf Club – tee time and more can be reserved with your tour.

Day 2. Delhi

Overnight – The Oberoi New Delhi

National Museum. Recommended Morning Visit – India’s National Museum. This short museum visit will enhance the unique experiences that await you. There are a plethora of exhibits and artifacts and a comprehensive tour would take a few days. We recommend at least a short walk with your guide through the Pre-History Gallery’s Harrapan Collection, which displays amazing artefacts from the Indus Valley Civilization, one of mankind’s four ancient civilizations. Highlights among these invaluable artifacts are as old as 10,000 BCE ago and include sophisticated pottery, tools, coins, and jewelry, and a lot more. Please let us know if you prefer a more comprehensive tour, or want to skip this visit.

Lutyens New Delhi. Begin your exploration of Delhi with a short drive through some of Lutyens’ historic New Delhi. You can stop for views of the exterior of the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the massive home of India’s President, and the India Gate, a War Memorial to the 84,000 British Indian Army soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War. These sights are progressively becoming harder to explore on foot and we recommend a drive by viewing for all but the most interested.

Humayun’s Tomb. Continue your exploration after another short drive to the magnificent tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun, one of Delhi’s three UNESCO World Heritage Sites for excellent reasons. Completed in the year 1562, the massive tomb’s perfect symmetry is quite magical to behold, and its unique beauty is enhanced by the surrounding manicured gardens. Your guide will reveal fascinating aspects of the structure as you walk around the tomb. You may want to have lunch at this point and options can include your nearby hotel.

Qutab Minar. Next you will be driven to the Qutab Minar Complex. The large campus has a number of interesting ruins from different epochs in Indian History, all towered over by the Qutab Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built as a symbol of victory after a major war, the awe-inspiring 12th Century Qutab Minar is 240 feet high and is still the tallest brick-built minaret on our planet.

Iron Pillar. Within the Qutab complex, amidst the ruins of the once spectacular Quwat-ul-Islam Mosque, stands the legendary 2500-year-old Iron Pillar. The pillar stands 23 feet and 8 inches tall, weighs about 7000 pounds, and has inscriptions that are still legible to a great extent. This massive cast iron structure is said to have been moved from its distant cave shelter to Delhi around the 12th century.

Lodi Art District. Very near your hotel is the Lodi Art District and this will be your last experience today. The quality of the street art found here will both surprise and delight you. The subject matter includes a focus on women, and ranges from colorful visualizations by international artists to unique perspectives of everyday life in Delhi and India. Here is a Google Arts and Culture presentation on the Lodi Art District – https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/lodhi-art-district-st-art-india/NQKi787tb1GHJA?hl=en.

Day 3. Delhi

Overnight – The Oberoi New Delhi

Old Delhi. We recommend a start around 9 :45 AM to avoid traffic. You are driven to ancient Old Delhi, where your exploration will focus on three historic masterpieces. One of the world’s largest populations flourished among these three attractions during the Mughal Dynasty’s two and a half century reign from the Red Fort. The Red Fort and Jama Masjid were built by Shah Jahan, the emperor who created the Taj Mahal. The now nearby Yamuna River ran directly on one side of the large forted city inside the Red Fort, and the bazaar and the mosque lay on the other side, surrounded by a city full of people.

Chandni Chowk Bazaar. Start by enjoying an easy walk through ancient and crowded Chandni Chowk Bazaar. This walk is a cultural revelation and it can be as short or long as you want. This massive shopping and mixed-use area is home to the world’s largest spice market and a lot more. As you begin the walk you will experience the sounds, smells, and colors of Chandni Chowk which, even today, is one of Delhi’s major wholesale and retail markets, as well as a street food destination. It’s narrow roads and alleys are surrounded by historic buildings with architecture featuring intricately carved facades, domes, and arches.

Jama Masjid. Next up is an e-rickshaw ride in the same area that ends at the largest mosque in India, the Jama Masjid (1650 A.D.). The Masjid is a magnificent example of Mughal architecture and is constructed of red sandstone and white marble. It is an active place of worship and its courtyard can hold 25,000 worshippers. Bare legs and shoulders are not permitted inside the mosque and we include sarongs for those who need them.

Red Fort. After a break for lunch, you will visit the incredible Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site described by the World Heritage Convention as “representing the zenith of Mughal creativity”. The massive sandstone walls of the octagonal Red Fort range from 59 to 108 feet, and the 1.5 mile long span is made even more imposing by turrets and bastions at multiple strategic spots. You can experience how the emperors lived and ruled, how the noblemen ran the kingdom, how the women’s section operated with the support of eunuchs, how food, water, and waste were handled, and much more with your guide.

After exploring the Fort, you are driven back to your hotel so that you can arrive before Delhi’s rush hour begins.

Day 4. Delhi – Agra

Overnight – The Oberoi Amarvilas

Drive to Agra. You are assisted with your check-out from your hotel after breakfast and you will be driven to Agra on a roughly 3.5-hour journey. After exiting sprawling greater Delhi, you will be driving along lush farmland and villages on one of India’s best elevated tollways.

Oberoi Amarvilas. Upon arrival at Agra, you are driven to your gorgeous luxury resort where you can drop your bags off and use the facilities to freshen-up. Your Taj Mahal view room will be ready for check-in by 3 PM at the latest.

Agra Fort. Now you will experience the predecessor of the Red Fort, the Agra Fort. This UNESCO World Heritage Site Forted City was built in 1565 by India’s greatest Mughal ruler, Emperor Akbar, and much was then copied in Delhi’s larger Red Fort about 7 decades later by his grandson, the visionary builder Shah Jahan. There are unique views of the Taj Mahal from a section of the fort, including from the room where Akbar’s great-grandson Aurangzeb imprisoned his father Shah Jahan during the end of his life.

Mehtab Bagh. After relaxing and enjoying your memorable view for a little while, you will proceed for a sunset visit to Mehtab Bagh, which is a Mughal Garden built at the same time as, and located across from the Taj Mahal on the other side of the Yamuna River. From this vantage point you can admire the magnificent Taj Mahal as the setting sun’s rays play on the facade of the world’s finest monument.

A note for photography enthusiasts: Although we include a sunrise and a sunset visit to the Taj Mahal, you may want to ask us to change the timing of one or both because the best photos are usually during the day. For five days a month, before, during, and after the full moon, a separate limited availability moonlight visit can also be added with prior notice.

Day 5. Agra

Overnight – The Oberoi Amarvilas

Sunrise Taj Mahal. Enjoy a sunrise visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the incomparable Taj Mahal. Morning is the best time to experience it during most of the year, except for some years during which morning fog in late December and most of January. Since it is more expensive for Indian tourists to enter at this early hour the massive monument and its surrounding Mughal gardens have a lot fewer visitors.

The Taj Mahal is obviously a UNESCO World Heritage Site and we will not attempt to describe it – better writers have tried and failed. Suffice it to say that the years, expertise, and riches spent on it have bestowed mankind with its most magnificent creation. As the rising sun’s rays illuminate the precious stones inlaid in the marble they will gleam for a few moments and change colors. Return to your resort in time for breakfast and enjoy the facilities and views for a couple of hours.

Kinari Bazaar. At some time in the late morning or early afternoon we recommend a visit to Agra’s ancient Kinari Bazaar. A ‘Kinari’ is a decorative edge in a fabric or other material, and here you will find sections of stores that offer a dizzying variety of tassels, borders, laces, beads, fabric and other edgings, and a lot more.

Sunset Taj Mahal. Enjoy a late afternoon visit to the Taj Mahal. You can admire the magnificent Taj Mahal in detail, and your guide will suggest spots to watch the setting sun’s rays play on the facade of the world’s finest monument. Return to your gorgeous resort that is a very short walk or drive away.

Day 6. Agra - Jaipur

Overnight – Rambagh Palace

You can enjoy a late lunch at Jaipur today, or have your Agra resort pack a to-go snack for the drive. You are assisted with your check-out from your resort and then you are driven to the Chand Baori stepwell at Abhaneri, located just off the highway before you turn into the countryside.

Chand Baori Stepwell. The massive 10th century Chand Baori stepwell is one of the most impressive in all of India and is located next to a charming Rajasthani village. The depth of the stepwell is that of a modern 7 story building, and there are stairs (no longer accessible to visitors) leading down to the bottom from three of the four 100 foott wide sides, creating the symmetry and beauty of the ancient structure. It highlights this travel article – https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/india-beautiful-stepwells-spc/index.html.

Rambagh Palace. Continue on the drive to the UNESCO World Heritage City of Jaipur. Upon arrival at Jaipur, you are assisted with your check-in at the Maharaja’s former residence, the Rambagh Palace. Jaipur’s most magnificent lodging is located next to the Rambagh Golf Course and tee time and more can be reserved with your tour.

Train and Platform Restaurant. While you are at the palace, we recommend dinner at an incredibly charming and atmospheric venue. The unique Steam Bar & Restaurant on the Rambagh Palace grounds is comprised of a lovingly restored 19th century narrow-gauge steam train and a recreated colonial era railway station – you can eat in the train compartments or on the authentic colonial era platform next to the train.

Shopping in Jaipur: Jaipur is India’s shopping mecca for all sorts of exquisite hand-crafted items, including fabrics, carpets, pottery and jewelry, and those who are interested in shopping can have their Guide serve as a personal shopper during your time here.

Day 7. Jaipur

Overnight – Rambagh Palace

Pink City. Begin your exploration of the walled pink city of Jaipur. You will start with a stroll through the fascinating main bazaar in the heart of the pink city and watch the locals as they shop for pretty much everything a consumer can possibly want. This atmospheric and crowded bazaar has multiple rows of sellers, starting from the sidewalks and ending at the sometimes centuries old brick-and-mortar stores.

Bazaar Walk. There are rows of busy street vendors with their displays or carts, usually offering fresh produce or inexpensive everyday essentials. Behind them the brick-and-mortar stores sell their wares in sections of the bazaar that focus on similar products. Almost everything under the sun has a section in this massive web of a bazaar, which includes scores of byzantine alleys leading into inner courtyard shops that only the locals know about.

Hawa Mahal. A short walk or drive will bring you to the most photographed of Jaipur’s monuments, the enchanting Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Wind). This intriguing facade was built in 1799 so that the ladies of the court could use its unique windows and observe the bustling bazaar without being visible to people on the streets. The gorgeous design and architecture are supremely functional as they guide prevailing winds over water bodies and through ingenious lattice windows, resulting in naturally cooled chambers for the royals.

For an interesting meal within the Pink City bazaar area, we recommend the excellent cafe at the small historic lodge, The Johri. Locally sourced fresh organic vegetarian cuisine is served here, and the Indian chaat items are recommended. Other options, including fine dining at your palace hotel, are available.

Jantar Mantar. One of the wonders you will visit today is the Jantar Mantar (UNESCO World Heritage Site), an amazing stone observatory that was built by the founder of Jaipur in 1728. Beloved Sawai Raja Jai Singh was passionate about architecture, mathematics and astronomy, and had five stone Jantar Mantar astronomical observatories built in India, all of which allow calculations by the naked eye. The most impressive of these is at Jaipur, where a massive stone sun dial that is accurate to within 2 seconds.

City Palace. Located next to Jantar Mantar is your next experience, City Palace, the royal residence. Members of the family still occupy a part of the palace complex that is closed to the public. You will enter through grand painted entrances and unique courtyards and experience how Jaipur royalty lived and worked over the last 2 plus centuries, and the beautiful artwork and other trappings they surrounded themselves with. You can visit your choice of the palace’s small museums that include displays of local armor, miniature paintings, and a large and impressive collection of ancient royal garments and accoutrements.

Day 8. Jaipur

Overnight – Rambagh Palace

Albert Hall. You first experience this morning will be at the exterior of the Albert Hall Museum to admire the gorgeous Indo-Saracenic architecture. The building was completed in 1887 by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob and the extremely ornate structure was built out of marble and stone by Rajasthan’s unmatched craftsmen. Its exterior walls are painted with depictions of ancient civilizations. Rudyard Kipling (himself the son of a museum curator) on a visit was so impressed that he wrote “it is now a rebuke to all other museums in India from Calcutta downwards”.

We recommend touring some of the museums exhibits as, being Rajasthan’s State Museum, it was designed to reflect Rajput design and color. You can explore the sections that interest you, picking from many fascinating collections of historic craftsmanship such as pottery, jewelry, weavings, sculptures, paintings, to a collection of coins spanning many eras of India’s long history.

Monkey Temple. From the Albert Hall you are driven into Jaipur’s Aravalli Hills and the ancient Hindu pilgrimage site of Galtaji. The 15th Century group of temples here are sometimes called the Monkey Temple because of a large troop of monkeys makes their home in this part of the hills. They jump into and swim around the main pond with reckless abandon and their social behavior and grooming rituals can be fascinating to watch.

The picturesque complex of temples has seven ponds that are fed by springs on the surrounding hilltops. You can explore inside the beautiful pink stone Galtaji Temple, and there are other ancient temples in the complex for those interested. The Rajasthani architecture makes them very different from most temples in North India. A bit of an uphill hike can bring you to the hilltop Sun Temple.

Amer Fort: You have many options for lunch today from which your guide will assist you in selecting. Your last and most awe-inspiring experience in Jaipur is the gargantuan Amber Fort and Palace complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 16th century complex sprawls over a number of hills and their valleys, with rolling defensive walls surrounding the hills around it and was home to the Jaipur Royal Family for about a century and a half. 

Fort Architecture and Design. The massive citadel is visually stunning from the ground with just the façade of the visible walls, towers, gardens, and ramparts as they conform to the contours of the hills. Inside the citadel the views only improve, but now, changing the scale, it is time to admire the intricacy and creativity in the breathtakingly beautiful displays in chambers and hallways that you will experience. You will see how the king lived and ruled, how the noblemen ran the kingdom, how the proud Rajasthani Queens ran the women’s section, how food, water, and waste were handled, all while admiring the wonderful architecture and craftsmanship.

Day 9. Jaipur – Fort Kochi (Cochin)

Overnight – Brunton Boatyard

You are assisted with boarding your early afternoon no-frills flight to Cochin. This is a one stop flight with a plane change at Mumbai. Your baggage will have been through checked in at Jaipur.

Brunton Boatyard. Upon your arrival at Cochin Airport, you are driven to historic Fort Kochi and the bayfront location of the charming Brunton Boatyard. Built on the foundations of a historic Dutch boatyard, this boutique 22 room lodge does not boast the luxury of most of your previous hotels, but it oozes a magical charm and has incredible service levels and is by far the best lodging in the ancient historic seaport.

Day 10. Cochin

Overnight – Brunton Boatyard

Fishing Nets. This day will start with a 1-minute walk from the Brunton Boatyard to the most photogenic of Cochin’s attractions, Kerala’s massive pole mounted fishing nets. Folklore will have it that these enormous nets (or at least their design) were brought here by famed Chinese explorer Zhang He about 600 years ago. Local fishermen manipulate these massive nets with an ease that comes from centuries of generational experience.

Ownership of the net and its prized location is handed down from generation to generation. The lowering and raising of the nets, with the fishermen deftly walking up and down the angled wooden poles and manipulating them in and out of the water with thick, well-worn ropes, has a synchronicity and rhythm that is fascinating to observe.

Historic Kochi Walk. Continue exploring more with an 8-to-10-minute walk through historic Fort Kochi’s charming streets and alleys. You will be surrounded by Portuguese, Dutch and British architecture that is home to chic small cafes, boutique stores, art galleries, and a lot more.

Basilica and Church. Arrive at Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica and experience its impressive collection of colorful artworks. A 5 minute walk from here will bring you to the St. Francis Church, which was established by the Portuguese Franciscan Friars in 1503. This was the first European church built in India and its simple yet elegant façade showcases wooden doors and arched windows, while the interior boasts ornate altar decorations and intricate carvings.

Dutch Palace. After a break for lunch a 10-minute drive through Fort Kochi will bring you to the Dutch Palace. The unattractive squat building was actually built by the Portuguese in 1555 and its beauty lies inside, where the walls are covered by exquisitely carved wooden murals depicting scenes from the epic Ramayana and really ancient Puranic tales.

Jewish Synagogue. Very near the palace is the Jewish Synagogue which was built in 1568 and is still an (barely) active house of worship for the couple of remaining Jews in the area. The synagogue is closed on Fridays and Saturdays and to get to it you will walk on Jew Street, which runs through Jew Town – you will see ancient street signs with those names as you walk past the antique stores and souvenir and art outlets. A Jewish presence existed in Kochi from at least 70 A.D. and the charming synagogue was once a busy house of worship for locals.

Spice Processing. Very near Jew Town lie the inconspicuous but thriving spice processing plants and warehouses of Mattancherry. On weekdays you can watch the finest Malabar Spices as it is processed, combining time-honored techniques and state-of-the-art machinery to preserve the flavors and essential oils of the spices. Housed in colonial-era buildings, these warehouses are characterized by their red-tiled roofs, weathered walls, and wooden accents.

Sunset Harbor Cruise. Late this afternoon you can enjoy the Brunton Boatyards complimentary tea, which includes some delicious finger food and good coffee options, before boarding the Brunton Boatyard’s boat (the last boat made by the Dutch shipbuilder, over 60 years ago) and joining other hotel guests for a sunset cruise on Cochin’s massive Harbor.

Optional Cooking Lesson. Optional: In the evening you are hosted by a well-known Keralan Chef and at her home. A Keralan cuisine cooking lesson will be followed by a delicious dinner, along with opportunities to learn about their daily lives and the local culture. You will be asked about this option soon after reserving your tour.

Day 11. Cochin – Kumarakom

Overnight – Kumarakom Lake Resort

Backwaters of Kerala. You are assisted with check-out in the late morning and you now proceed on a 1.5 hours scenic drive to the charming pastoral region of Kumarakom. Upon arrival at your gorgeous lakefront resort, you will feel that you have traveled back in time as this is when you will really start understanding why the state of Kerala dubs itself as ‘God’s Own Country’. You are in a location that defines the word idyllic, with a calmness and peace not found almost anywhere else.

Kumarakom Lake Resort. Your Guide will bid you a temporary farewell after getting you checked-in – all services will be provided by the gracious resort staff while you are here. Your beautiful resort offers a variety of unique local activities as well as great walks, and a plethora of other activities, some of which are chargeable. The resort also has some of Kerala’s best Ayurvedic practitioners and available treatments.

Day 12. Kumarakom Lake

Overnight – Kumarakom Lake Resort

Backwaters Cruise. In the late morning you are assisted in boarding your Resort Houseboat for a cruise on the backwaters. Most descriptions and media about the backwaters illustrate the incredible natural beauty of the region. Yet the magical subtropical charm created by the lush vegetation, palm and coconut trees and other exotic plants, along with the fresh water canals, rivulets and lakes, is just part of your experience on the backwaters.

Unique Riparian Culture. To many of our guests the most charming part of their cruise is the opportunity to be part of a unique way of life that hasn’t changed much for a few centuries. As you cruise, you are literally witness to how life has been lived for a long time in this area. Although now there are small dirt and paved roads leading to most homes and other structures, the residents of this area have always depended on the waterways for most of their movement from one place to another, and this practice continues today.

Local Lifestyles. What are streams to you are their streets and alleys, and much of your time on the backwaters is spent cruising by their small backyards. You will witness men, women and adolescents rowing themselves to their destinations, children in crisp uniforms being rowed back from school, women handwashing their laundry and dishes in the fresh water streams, fishermen and produce sellers rowing up to the backdoors of small homes to sell their wares to housewives for the next meal, children swimming, and a whole lot more.

On Board Experience. As you take in the amazing cornucopia of visual delights, the cook and other staff make sure that all your needs are taken care of, while serving you with freshly made local cuisine for lunch. At sunset, when all houseboats on the backwaters anchor on the shores of the lake, you will disembark from your houseboat directly at the jetty of your lakefront resort.

Day 13. Kumarakom – Cochin – Delhi

Overnight – The Oberoi Gurgaon

Small Canal Cruise. If you arise a little early this morning you can experience the backwaters as few visitors ever do – prior reservations are required for this activity. You are assisted in boarding a traditional Keralan small rowboat and head out for an exploration before the regular daily activities on the lake start. Your boat will be rowed by a local who has grown up on the backwaters and you will cruise through smally waterways that the larger tourism boats cannot access. The serenity and charm of your idyllic surroundings at this time of day is worth getting up early for this morning. Return to your resort for another delicious breakfast.

Flight to Delhi. You are driven to the Cochin airport and assisted with your check-in for your flight to Delhi. At Delhi your guide assists you in getting checked-in at your gorgeous hotel and then bids you farewell. If you do not require lodging in Delhi as your international flight is on this evening, there will be a nominal cost reduction.

Day 14. Delhi – International Flight

Overnight – The Oberoi Gurgaon

VIP Departure Services. Check-out at the appropriate time (your room is available until noon) and a private Oberoi vehicle will transfer you to the airport. At the airport you will be introduced to your Airport VIP Services Representative who will escort you through check-in, customs and immigration.

Lodging Details

Destinations Lodgings
Delhi
The Oberoi New Delhi – Oberoi Suite
Agra
Oberoi Amarvilas – Premier Balcony Room with Taj View
Jaipur
Rambagh Palace – Historical Suite
Fort Kochi
Brunton Boatyard – Sea Facing Deluxe Suite  
Kumarakom/Backwaters
Kumarakom Lake Resort – Heritage Lake View Villa with Private Pool
Backwaters
Kumarakom Lake Resort Houseboat for Day Cruise

Inclusions

  • Daily breakfast at all the hotels except for Arrival Day
  • Accompanying Connoisseur Guide to assist you during your on-tour flights & drives
  • Sunrise and Sunset visits to the Taj Mahal
  • E-Rickshaw Ride in Old Delhi
  • Optional Cooking Lesson & Dinner at Cochin with a Chef at her family home
  • Lunches/Dinners include regular hotel bottled water
  • A Supplement to include Lunches and Dinners is available but not recommended
  • Hotel check-in is at 3pm and checkout is at noon for almost all the hotels
  • All transfers and sightseeing by personal luxury vehicle
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in all vehicles, except for remote regions
  • All currently applicable taxes.

Exclusions

  • International Travel
  • Expenses of a personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • All alcoholic and non-alcoholic premium beverages during included meals
  • Meals other than those specified above
  • Travel insurance, visa etc.
  • Camera fees

Pricing

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Land Cost

Double Occupancy

$21,058.00* Per Person

Single Occupancy

$40,010.20* Per Person

Internal Flight Costs

Business Class

$736.00* Per Person

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Business Class Flights included in Internal Flight Costs: Cairo – Aswan – Abu Simbel – Aswan / Luxor – Cairo