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Uncover India: Delhi to Kerala

Operated by: Trafalgar

20 Days from $4,275 per person
JAN - DEC 2022
India Kerala Doorway In Shadow

Countries Visited

India ...more India

Locations Visited

New Delhi, Agra, Ranthambhore National Park, Jaipur, Deogarh, Udaipur, Mumbai, Kochi, Periyar National Park, Kumarakom ...more New Delhi, Agra, Ranthambhore National Park, Jaipur, Deogarh, Udaipur, Mumbai, Kochi, Periyar National Park, Kumarakom
  1. Day 1 Welcome to Delhi

    India's vibrant capital extends a lively welcome, launching an unforgettable journey through India's most exquisite sights. On arrival in Delhi, you'll be transferred to your hotel where you'll meet your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Reception with drinks and local appetisers this evening.

    meals Welcome Reception
    hotel Le Meridien New Delhi
  2. Day 2 Discover the Delights of Old Delhi

    Savour the scents of spice as you embark on an exhilarating rickshaw ride, navigating the busy streets of Old Delhi. See the Red Fort, a sandstone fortress which once housed the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for centuries. Next, ride through the colourful Chandni Chowk market and watch it come to life as the day's trading begins amidst the sounds of enthusiastic salesmen and endless traffic. Visit Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India. Admire its ornate façades before boarding a waiting vehicle to drive to Raj Ghat, a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. Pay tribute to this beloved figurehead, who led the campaign for India's independence from Britain. You'll come face-to-face with the site where he was cremated following his assassination in 1948. Today the simple square platform of black marble is surrounded by a tranquil park, befitting of its status as a place of contemplation. Your next stop is Agrasen Ki Baoli, one of the most noteworthy stepwells in Delhi. Hidden amidst the cacophony of Delhi's streets and business towers, this ancient water reservoir rises from the depths of the earth to stand atop 103 stone steps. Spend a few moments of serenity amidst its centuries-old ornate arches before returning to your hotel for an afternoon of leisure or consider one of our Optional Experiences.

    meals Breakfast
  3. Day 3 See the Sights of Delhi

    Dive Into Culture this morning and join a guided walking tour run by one of the rehabilitated street children who were taken in by the Salaam Baalak Trust in Delhi. Your visit is a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience and supports this non-profit organisation and the street children for whom it cares. Later, walk through Paharganj Bazaar, rubbing shoulders with the locals who flock to the market to shop every day. Escape the noise and head to New Delhi, designed and built by the British in the 1920s. Your first stop here is a visit to the UNESCO-listed Humayun's Tomb, the earliest example of Mughal architecture in India. Recently renovated with the gardens restored to their former glory, you’ll see first-hand why it served as the inspiration for the design of the famous Taj Mahal. Enjoy local flavours for lunch at a local restaurant near India Gate, then head to the Qutub Minar complex, also a UNESCO listed site. This fluted ‘Victory Tower’ is decorated with elaborate inscriptions, geometric carvings and elegant balconies. Returning your hotel later, you’ll drive past Lutyens' Delhi to view the elegant colonial façades leading British architect Edwin Lutyens left behind on the cityscape. You'll have the rest of the afternoon free, or perhaps join one of our Optional Experiences.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch
  4. Day 4 Sunset at the Taj Mahal

    It's time to leave Delhi behind, bound for the Uttar Pradesh city of Agra. While there are many reasons to love Agra, its own 'monument to love', the Taj Mahal is perhaps the most captivating. You'll have an opportunity to see its sun-kissed white marble façades just before sunset, watching as its elegant walls glow with rose and golden hues. Admire this well-preserved landmark from all sides. Step away from your fellow travellers for a minute and contemplate the magnificence of this man-made wonder before re-joining your group. This evening, you could choose to end a memorable day at an optional sound and light show prior to dinner.

    meals Breakfast, Dinner
    hotel Double Tree by Hilton
  5. Day 5 From the Taj to the Tigers

    There's more to Agra than the Taj Mahal as you'll come to discover the morning during your visit to the UNESCO-listed Agra Fort. Stroll through the chambers of a royal residence that was built in the 16th century and served as the principal residence of four generations of the influential Mughal emperors until the capital was moved to Delhi. Continue on to the long-deserted 'Ghost Town' of Fatehpur Sikri, which was built at great expense by Emperor Akbar in 1569 only to be abandoned soon afterwards because of a lack of water. The city remains beautifully preserved, albeit with an air of melancholy - a rusty-red sandstone masterpiece without a population. Later, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Bharatpur. Then experience first-hand a quintessential experience of getting around in India when you board a train bound for Ranthambore where you'll stay for the next two nights.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    hotel Anuraga Palace
  6. Day 6 Roam Ranthambore in Search of Tigers

    Start the day with an early morning visit to Ranthambore National Park, which was once the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Before the heat of the day sets in and the wilderness awakens, keep a keen eye out for the resident animal and birdlife that find sanctuary here. You'll also want to have your camera ready in case the park's tigers make a brief appearance. Return to your hotel for a late breakfast, followed by some time to relax or consider joining an Optional Experience. After lunch, there's more time to explore the park for glimpses of the various species of bird and wildlife. Dinner is served this evening at your hotel.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  7. Day 7 Onwards to Jaipur

    Continue your journey to Jaipur, the Pink City. After some free time for lunch, join a workshop on hand-block printing, one of the most famous traditional art forms of Rajasthan. A skilled 'Local Specialist' will show you the tricks of the trade as you observe how the prints are handmade using small wooden blocks and hone your own block-printing skills. Later, you'll see the talents of local craftspeople on display during a visit to a local market. Admire the colourful textiles and perhaps buy a memento or two to take home. Jaipur is particularly renowned for its embroidery and blue pottery. This evening, join a local family for an exclusive 'Be My Guest' dinner in their home. 'Connect With Locals' and savour some of the local delicacies.

    meals Breakfast, Be My Guest
    hotel Hilton
  8. Day 8 Explore Colourful Jaipur

    One of today's highlights is a visit to the UNESCO-listed Amber Fort. But first, stop to admire the red and pink façades of the Palace of Winds, whose latticed windows once revealed the outside world to the sheltered ladies of the royal household. Continue with a visit to the ornate City Palace, an impressive complex of buildings from different eras and gardens in the heart of the Old City. You'll have some free time for lunch before visiting the UNESCO-listed Jantar Mantar Observatory, featuring the world's largest sundial. Later, you could choose to join our optional Aarti ceremony, offering a blessing to one of the Hindu deities and hopefully receiving one in return.

    meals Breakfast, Dinner
  9. Day 9 Venture to Deogarh

    A brush with Rajasthan royalty awaits as you leave Jaipur behind and head to Deogarh. This small city is perhaps best known for being home to the royal family of the Deogarh thikana. You'll overnight in one of Trafalgar's 'Stays With Stories' properties - Deogarh Mahal, once a magnificent fort at the centre of an expansive territory. Tread in the footsteps of the Rawats (Rajas) of Deogarh and watch the world discreetly from behind the fort's jali windows. This evening, a 'Local Specialist' will share the captivating stories across the centuries as you relive the old tales of family feuds and innumerable legends.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    hotel Deogarh Mahal
  10. Day 10 Delve into Deogarh and All Aboard a Rural Railway

    Join the locals in their favourite commute when you board a metre-gauge train from Kambali Ghat to Phulad this morning. The rail connection was originally launched by the British to unite the regions of Mewar and Marwar who didn't enjoy the friendliest of relationships at that time. Today it is the lifeline of the local people. 'Dive Into Culture' watching the rural landscapes flash past as you experience first-hand a typical experience of India. This afternoon, you could choose to take an optional village walk with a 'Local Specialist'. Or simply enjoy some free time and relax at your historic hotel, soaking up its regal atmosphere. Join your fellow travellers for an enchanting cultural dance show, followed by dinner.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  11. Day 11 Journey to Udaipur

    Royalty behind, romance ahead. Your next stop is Udaipur, the City of Lakes. The historic capital of the kingdom of Mewar, Udaipur is dazzling with its many palaces, temples and Havelis (mansions). After lunch at a local restaurant, take a sunset cruise on Lake Pichola and admire the golden hues glinting off lakeside façades. Located at the heart of Udaipur, Lake Pichola and the beautiful Aravali Hills provide a mesmerising backdrop for yet another glorious day in Rajasthan. There's no better way to end the day than on the water.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch
    hotel Fateh Niwas
  12. Day 12 Uncover Udaipur's Treasures

    Discover the history of the Mewar dynasty this morning when you visit Udaipur's exquisite City Palace. Admire the panoramic views of the city and Lake Pichola from the palace's ornate façades. No expense was spared in its construction. Its balconies, towers and cupolas are adorned with marble, murals, silver-work and coloured glass befitting of the building's stature as the home of the Maharanas for many centuries. Take a leisurely walk past the 17th-century Jagdish Temple next, then find sanctuary in the Garden of the Maids, said to have been designed by Rana Sangram Singh himself to provide a tranquil space for his queen and her 48 maids. This garden is dotted with lotus pools, marble pavilions and elephant-shaped fountains. This makes it the perfect space to centre yourself for a 'Dive Into Culture' encounter with the city's lively markets and bazaars. Jostle for your spot in the liveliness of the locals' day to day.

    meals Breakfast
  13. Day 13 Fly to Mumbai and Set Sail to Elephanta Island

    Say a fond farewell to Rajasthan and board your early morning flight to Mumbai, India's largest city. There's nothing subtle or serene about this cosmopolitan metropolis. Expect larger than life, loud and high-spirited as you spend the next day discovering all it has to offer. But first, embark on a cruise across Mumbai Harbour to see the centuries-old rock-cut temples on Elephanta Island. This UNESCO-listed labyrinth of caves features ancient temple carvings, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Return to your hotel later for dinner and some free time.

    meals Breakfast, Dinner
    hotel President - IHCL SeleQtions
  14. Day 14 Explore Mumbai's Metropolis

    Embrace the magnetism of Mumbai, starting with a visit to the iconic Gateway of India, an iconic archway on the water's edge that welcomed the first-ever visit to India of a British Monarch in 1911. Afterwards, visit Dhobi Ghat where you'll 'Dive Into Culture' exploring the world's largest outdoor laundry. Here thousands of kilograms of clothes are brought from all over the city each day for washing. See the UNESCO-listed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, a historic railway station built to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. Then, continue to Churchgate Station and see the Dabbawallas (Tiffin Carriers) who have been ferrying hot lunch boxes by bike across the city to office workers for over a century. Later, visit Mani Bhavan, a museum and historical building which was once Mahatma Gandhi's residence during his stay in Mumbai. You'll have some free time this afternoon to relax or considering joining an optional Bollywood Tour to uncover the captivating world of film-making in India.

    meals Breakfast, Dinner
  15. Day 15 Fly to Kochi

    Dip more than your toes in the bountiful backwaters of Kerala, 'God's own country'. This slice of southern India is a lush garden filled with spices, brilliant colours and the enchanting sounds of nature. Relax on the tranquil shores of the Arabian Sea, let the freshest seafood melt in your mouth and sink into a more straightforward way of life - one where nature sets the pace for the day. But first, take and your flight from Mumbai and on arrival at Kochi Airport, you'll be transferred to your hotel. Later, join your local Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Reception with local appetisers.

    meals Breakfast, Welcome Reception
    hotel Le Meridien Kochi
  16. Day 16 Nature and Wildlife in Periyar National Park

    Your love affair with Kerala's lush landscapes begins today. Head to Periyar, named after Kerala's longest river which winds its way deep through the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park. Choose to spend the afternoon either relaxing at your stunning resort hotel or soaking up the sounds of nature during an optional immersive Nature Walk with an expert 'Local Specialist'. This evening look forward to an exhilarating 'Dive Into Culture' Kalarippayattu performance. Watch as trained Kalari warriors show off this most ancient of martial arts, jumping and somersaulting in the ultimate coordination between mind and body. This is followed by dinner at your hotel.

    meals Breakfast, Dinner
    hotel Elephant Court
  17. Day 17 Onwards to Kumarakom

    The intoxicating scents of cardamom, cinnamon and cloves will linger long after today's encounter with Kerala's famous spices. Your first stop today is a visit to Kumily Spice Garden. Here you'll learn how the locals grow and share an astounding variety of flavourful spices, ranging from pepper and ginger to vanilla and cardamom, the queen of spices. Gain insights into the entire process of spice cultivation at close quarters and discover how Kerala's spice trade with the world has shaped its culture and heritage to this day. There's more to experience as you head to Kumarakom, a tranquil village set on the peaceful banks of Lake Vembanad, the largest lake in Kerala. Embark on a walking tour and 'Dive Into Culture' as you admire the vibrant day-to-day of village life in the regional market and on its lively streets.

    meals Breakfast, Dinner
    hotel The Zuri Kumarakom Resort and Spa
  18. Day 18 Cruise the Calm Backwaters

    Kerala's intrinsic relationship with water takes centre stage today. Enjoy a leisurely start to the day or choose to take part in an optional yoga session before boarding a traditional houseboat for a cruise surrounded by Kerala's iconic backwaters. Take a deep breath and enjoy the slow, sultry pace of life fringing the narrow canals as you wind your way to Alleppey. Watch villagers wave to each other from their wooden Shikaras (traditional boats), see how life unfolds along the palm-fringed shoreline. Even your ride for the day is rooted in history. These houseboats, known locally as Kettuvalloms, were formerly old barges used to ferry rice and spices. Upon arriving in Alleppey, you'll disembark and return to Kumarakom for dinner and a relaxing evening.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  19. Day 19 Explore Multi-Cultural Kochi

    Remnants of Kerala's colourful centuries-old trading history are best explored in the old port city of Kochi. It was here that Chinese, Arab and European merchants would come to buy the fragrant spices that found their way to tables all over the world. In turn, they left their mark on Kochi's architecture, cuisine and traditions. Colonial bungalows, Catholic churches, mosques and a European fort dot the cityscape of what was once known as the 'Queen of the Arabian Sea'. Enjoy some free time for lunch and then embark on a city tour to see this multi-cultural centre first-hand, including views of the Mattancherry Dutch Palace and St Francis Church, built by Portuguese traders. Visit the Fort Kochi area and see the traditional cantilevered Chinese fishing nets, unique to this part of Kerala. Admire how these fixed land installations made on bamboo scaffolding are artfully lowered into the sea to catch the seafood for which Kochi is so famous. This evening, 'Connect With Locals' and enjoy a cooking demonstration with a local family followed by a delicious 'Be My Guest' Farewell Dinner.

    meals Breakfast, Be My Guest
    hotel Le Meridien Kochi
  20. Day 20 Farewell Kochi

    Your epic encounter with India has sadly come to an end, but your memories will last a lifetime. Take a transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

    meals Breakfast
Uncover India: Delhi to Kerala
Price Includes

Dining Highlights

  • 19 breakfasts
  • 7 lunches
  • 15 dinners (including Connect With Locals)

First class travel Highlights

  • Audio Headsets for flexible sightseeing
  • Daily breakfast and an average of 50% of evening meals
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach or alternative transportation (such as rail journeys)
  • Trafalgar bonus - Intra-Air flight: Udaipur to Mumbai and Mumbai to Kochi.
  • Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted
  • Optional Experiences and free time
  • All porterage and restaurant gratuities
  • Must-see sightseeing and surprise extras
  • An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
  • All hotel tips, charges and local taxes
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of your guided holiday
  • Handcrafted Highlights

Sightseeing Highlights

  • EXPLORE Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Mumbai and Kochi.
  • VISIT Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar in Delhi, the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort in Agra, Ranthambore National Park, the Amber Fort and City Palace in Jaipur, the City Palace and Garden of the Maids in Udaipur and Mani Bhavan in Mumbai and Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumily Spice Garden and St Francis Church in Kerala.
  • VIEW the Palace of Winds in Jaipur
  • SEE the Red Fort, Parliament House and India Gate in Delhi, the Gateway of India and the Chhatrapati Shivaji historic railway station in Mumbai.
  • CRUISE across Mumbai Harbour to Elephanta Island and the Kerala backwaters on a houseboat.
  • CONNECT WITH LOCALS Savour dinner with a local family at their home in Jaipur. (Day 7) Special Farewell Dinner with a family in Kochi. (Day 19)
  • DIVE INTO CULTURE Take a rickshaw ride through Old Delhi. (Day 2) Learn about the daily lives of the street children of Delhi. (Day 3) Visit a local market in Jaipur. (Day 7) Travel on a metre-gauge train in the countryside. (Day 10) Visit a Dhobi Ghat in Mumbai. (Day 14) See an Indian martial arts performance. (Day 16) Discover rural life on a walking tour. (Day 17) See the unique Chinese fishing nets. (Day 19).
  • LOCAL SPECIALIST in Periyar. (Day 16)
  • MAKE A DIFFERENCE On a walking tour with a guide from the Salaam Baalak Trust which cares for the street children of Delhi. (Day 3)
  • STAYS WITH STORIES Stay in a beautifully maintained heritage resort in Deogarh, which was once a magnificent fort. (Day 9)

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Optional Add-Ons

Optional Experiences are subject to change. Your Travel Director will supply you with a final list of Optional Experiences available on your trip. Optional Experiences cannot be booked online; they can be purchased during your trip through your Travel Director.


Discover the Lotus Temple and Dilli Haat

Join your Travel Director for a visit to the Lotus Temple, an architectural marvel famous for its unique lotus structure which has won several awards for its style of building. It is composed of 27 free-standing marble-clad 'petals' arranged in clusters of three to form nine sides, with nine doors opening onto a central hall with a height of slightly over 112 feet and a capacity for 2,500 people. It is a modern style non-religion-oriented temple open to all and is surrounded by nine ponds and gardens covering 26 acres in total. Afterward, spend some time browsing at Dilli Haat INA, an open-air food plaza cum craft bazaar that was established to encourage arts and crafts in India. It has food stalls representing each state in India and offers a complete variety of tasty Indian snacks from across the country. Products on offer also include many ethnic creations such as rosewood and sandalwood carvings, colorful fabrics and drapery, gems, beads, brassware, metal crafts, and silk and wool fabrics.
Adult Price: $23

Delhi's Heritage Park: Sunder Nursery

Visit the Sunder Nursery with a Local Specialist and discover the fascinating Biodiversity Zone as well as the stunning gardens inside the nursery such as the Paradise Garden, Water Garden and Sunken Garden. Dating back to the 16th century, this spectacular heritage park complex is a treasure trove of attractions. It covers an area of 90 acres and boasts several UNESCO World Heritage monuments, 300 plant and tree species, marble fountains, raised sandstone pathways and around 80 resident bird species. After discovering the nursery’s main attractions on a walking tour with the Local Specialist, enjoy some free time to explore further at your leisure.
Adult Price: $23


Mohabbat-E Taj Show

Spend a memorable evening getting to know the epic love story of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal in a thrilling Bollywood style show. The 90-minute song and dance performance paints a vivid tale of how Shah Jahan built the iconic Taj Mahal after his beloved wife Mumtaz died in childbirth. The show features the largest replica of the Taj Mahal, made in pure white Makrana marble, just like the real mausoleum. Performed by over 80 talented artists dressed in dazzling costumes, this is sure to be a night to remember!
Adult Price: $53


Save the Tigers: The Dhonk Initiative

Interact with local women working on indigenous craft forms at the Dhonk Textile Studio and take the opportunity to contribute to the ‘Save the Tiger’ cause. The Dhonk initiative started several years ago to encourage local families away from poaching tigers and other terrible activities such as illegal cutting of trees, grazing, ecologically harmful ways of farming, etc. This initiative provided them with an ethical livelihood. It’s a holistic craft project and a huge variety of products are manufactured. Meet the Manager who will give a brief talk about the project and with the Travel Director on-hand to assist with translating, chat with the local women and learn more about the work they do.
Adult Price: $15


Aarti Ceremony at the Birla Temple

Experience India’s rich spirituality at the Birla Mandir, one of the most famous temples in Jaipur, dedicated to the Hindu Gods, Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi. The temple is made of pure white marble and you’ll find beautiful sculptures of the Hindu Gods and Goddesses and mythological scenes. You’ll get to witness the enchanting Aarti (religious ceremony), with an up-close view of the priest who has a tray with a small bell and offerings of food, water, flowers and incense. A traditional ‘Aarti lamp’ is passed around the deity accompanied by singing and the ceremony ends with everyone sharing the food that has been offered to the Gods.
Adult Price: $19


Village Walk

Join a Local Specialist for a leisurely walk around Deogarh village. Visit the local market and marvel at the quaint sweet shop, barber shop and other shops which are essential for the needs of daily life. With the help of the Local Specialist, take the opportunity to talk to the locals and the shopkeepers to gain an understanding of their lifestyle. There will also be an opportunity to visit one of the village houses and enjoy a cup of local tea chai, prepared for you by the family that lives there.
Adult Price: $20


The Art of Painting on Water

Visit a local artist and discover Jal Sanjhi, the rare art of painting on water. Boiling water is placed in a flat container and sprinkled with various secret ingredients to create a floating base. The artist then uses 200-year old stencils and a palette of special colors to start the magic over the floating canvas. As more and more colors and stencils are used the process becomes increasingly difficult and calls for exceptional talent. When the piece is finished the artist dips his hand into the water causing the artwork to ripple. Each painting lasts for one day at the most before the powders eventually sink. Following the demonstration, take the opportunity to try this for yourself and be sure to take photographs of your finished masterpiece!
Adult Price: $63


Bollywood Adventure

Ever since the first film was screened at the Watson Hotel in Mumbai in 1896, India’s motion picture industry (now known as Bollywood) has captivated millions of audiences. India now produces close to one thousand feature films every year - including films in Hindi and several regional languages besides documentaries, TV serials and commercials. Our Bollywood tour is led by a Local Specialist and includes a selection of various activities relating to the Indian television and film-making industry. Visit a famous studio in Mumbai and see the various sets used when filming the movies such as a police station, courtroom, jail, etc. The Local Specialist will explain how everything works behind the scenes, including how special effects are done and it may be possible to view some actual live filming (subject to availability on the day of the visit). There will also be the opportunity to watch a brief documentary on 100 years of Bollywood history, learn about voice recording and see a performance by real Bollywood dancers. Photography is allowed everywhere during the tour except where live filming is taking place.
Adult Price: $124

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