Desde: 2,229 USD

DBL + 950 de impuestos

 

Departures Daily, Duración: 11 Dias / 8 Noches

Paises del viaje: India

Ciudades: Mumbai – Aurangabad – Jaipur – Agra – Delhi

VISIÓN DE CONJUNTO

Day 01 MEXICO – DUBAI

Departure in flight to USA, arrival and connection with destination flight to Dubai. Night on board.

Day 02 DUBAI – BOMBAI (MUMBAI)

Arrival and flight connection to Bombai (Mumbai). Night on board.

 

Day 03 BOMBAI

Arrival in the morning, reception and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

 

Day 04 BOMBAI – AURANGABAD

Breakfast. Visit of the city of Mumbai including Mani Bhawan, Dhobi Ghat, India Gate, Hanging Gardens and stop for silent tower view.

Mumbai: also known locally Mumbai is currently the official name in English since 1995, is the capital of the federal state of Maharashtra in India. It is the most important port city of the subcontinent with about 40% of the country’s foreign traffic. The name derives from the local goddess Mumba Dev ?. Between 1626 and 1995 was officially called “Bombay" traditional name whose use continues to recommend in Spanish the Association of Academies of the Spanish Language.

Dhobi Ghat: It’s amazing to see this place with so many clothes and the way they wash them and dry them to get back to the people.

Tower of Silence: This millennial funerary rite, believed to predate Parsi’s own 2,500-year-old faith, was recommended by the Prophet Zarathustra as a way to avoid contamination of the four sacred elements: air, water, The earth and, the most sacred, the fire.

After the visit, transfer to the airport for flight to Aurangabad, arrival, reception and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

 

Day 05 AURANGABAD – AJANTA AND ELLORA CUEVAS

Breakfast. Departure for visit of caves of Ajanta (Closed Monday) and the return visit of caves of Ellora (Closed Tuesday) and lodging.

Cave of Ajanta:. All the caves are located around the inner face of the mountain. In the center, we walked in a place that could have been a paradise of flowers and nature at the time.

In the mountain, there are 30 caves sculpted from the 1st and 2nd century BC until the 5th and 6th centuries AD. Within the same (or ancient monasteries) we can find thousands of paintings and sculptures that describe the life of Buddha and through these paintings and sculptures the researchers could observe the evolution and stages of art in India. Ajanta is more than a sculptured and painted mountain, it is a gallery of frescoes of great value that show the splendor of art in India to the Gupta empire. Ellora Cave: Ajanta Cave are different than Ajanta these caves stand out for being sculpted temples outdoors with a level of detail that for the time are astonishing. In these caves we can see the history of 3 great living religions in India: Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. In addition, they demonstrate the spirit of religious tolerance of ancient India, since all these temples are in the same place and share the same space. Within a 2km long estate, we find more than 34 caves and between 600 and 1000 monuments. The first 12 caves are Buddhist, the next 17 are Hindu and the last 5 are Jain.

Day 06 AURANGABAD – BOMBAI – JAIPUR

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport to take flight to Mumbai and flight connection to Jaipur, arrival assistance and transfer to hotel. Accommodation.

Jaipur, the pink city that owes its nickname to the color of the sandstone with which the buildings of the ancient city were built. The pleasant design of this villa is due to the Maharaja Jai ​​Sigh II which began its construction in 1728 and got its architect Vidyadhar Chakravarty to successfully mix styles as diverse as Hindu, Jaina, Mongolian and Persian. Arrival in Jaipur and transfer to hotel. Accommodation.

Day 07 JAIPUR – AMBER – JAIPUR

Breakfast. Excuse to strong Amber (rise / fall in jeeps), carried out by the Mongol kings with the objective to defend the citadel, constructing a palace and another fortress in a higher position. Visit Palace of the Maharajah, residence of the royal family of Jaipur, an area full of palaces, gardens and other buildings including the Chandra Mahal, seven stories high inside which is the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum in Which can be seen carpets, enamels, weapons, paintings with miniatures, cannons and robes of the maharajas, Jantar Mantar, Observatory, with a sundial of 30 m. High altitude and other astronomical instruments of great interest, the Central Museum and the Ram Niwas Gardens which contains a small zoo with a crocodile and other species. If you have an opportunity, do not miss the Elephant Festival which is celebrated in March where you can admire these beautifully adorned procession animals. Return hotel and accommodation.

Day 08 JAIPUR – FATEHPUR SIKRI – AGRA

Breakfast. In the morning, departure by private vehicle to Agra en route will make a stop for the visit of the deserted city of Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri. Visit of Fatehpur Sikri. Continue to Agra. Arrive and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

Day 09 AGRA – DELHI

Breakfast. Visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World Taj Mahal (closed on Fridays), The monument that has given world renown to Agra and which has become symbol of India is the Taj Mahal. Mausoleum that Emperor Shah Jahan had built in 1631 in honor of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj lady, who died when giving birth to his fourteenth son in 1629.

Fuerte Rojo was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983. The building dates back to 1565 and is conceived as a walled palace surrounded by a deep water pit. The fort, which is accessed from an imposing gate called Amar Singh, contains numerous palaces and stately buildings built by Mongol emperor Akbar, and used in successive governments of the Mongol Empire as the base of operations of power. After the visit and departure to Delhi, arrival and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.

 

Day 10 DELHI

Breakfast. Departure for visit of Old Delhi visiting, Jamma Masjid started its construction in 1644 by Shah Jahan is the largest in India with a capacity for 25,000 people. It consists of three large doors, four watchtowers and two 40 m minarets. Of height listed alternating red sandstone and white marble. The Raj Ghat, beautiful park where there is a black marble platform that indicates the place where the Mahatma Gandhi was cremated after his assassination and where were also Incinerados the Pandit Nehru and Indira Gandhi. We will continue the visit of New Delhi, government buildings, Gate Gate India This is a triumph arch built in stone of 42 m. Of height in which they appear the names of 90,000 soldiers of the Indian army that died during World War I. Walk around the parliament area and President’s residence. Continue to Sikh Temple, The Gurdwara Bngla Sahib is a temple of Sikh faith, is built in the area of ​​connaught place in the place in which the Sikh guru, It is the most important temple of the Sikhs in Delhi. Thousands of people come to visit this temple.

Qutub Minar is one of the oldest monuments of the first city of Delhi, since its construction began in 1199. This complex is characterized by combining Hindu styles with Islamic elements. Its minaret, the highest in the world, reaches a height of 72.5 m. Arranged in five declining diameter flats. At the foot of the minaret is the Alai Darwaza Gate, red and yellow bricks, which was the entrance to the mosque. Also here is the tomb of Sultan Iltutamish and the mausoleum of Imam Zami. Return to the hotel and overnight.

Day 11 DELHI – DUBAI – USA – MEXICO

At dawn we will board the flight to Mexico City, via Dubai – USA, bound for Mexico City

… End of our services.

RATES AND HOTELS

RATES AND HOTELS

Type of Room in:

Doble

Triple

Sencilla

Category

Price per Adult

VIAJES

2129.00

2129.00

479.00

SUPER MEGA

2249.00

2249.00

619.00

SUPL. AIR WEEK END

55.00

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EXPECTED HOTELS or similar

City

Hotel

Category

Bombai (Mumbai)

Ferivas Vivanta by Taj

4* 5*

Aurangabad

Lemon Tree Vivanta by Taj

4* 5*

Jaipur

Park Regis Radisson

4* 5*

Agra

Clarks Shiraz / Fern Radisson

4* 5*

Delhi

Holiday Inn Mayur Vihar Piccadily/Crown Plaza

4* 5*

 

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Prices valid until September 30, 2017

Prices quoted in US dollars, payable in National Currency at the exchange rate of the day.

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INDIA

INDIA

DESDE
818USD

DUBAI

DUBAI

DESDE
279USD

MALDIVES

MALDIVES

DESDE
599USD

SHRI LANKA

SHRI LANKA

DESDE
338USD

MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA

DESDE
6,383USD

NEPAL

NEPAL

DESDE
308USD

BHUTAN

BHUTAN

DESDE
1,599USD

TIBET

TIBET

DESDE
499USD