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14 Day Mysteries Of India

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14 Day Mysteries Of India
Collette Tours

✓ Feast your way through Old Delhi on a street food tour
✓ From the fabled Taj Mahal to the iconic tigers of Ranthambore, step into a world of captivating mysteries and vibrant colour.
✓ Stand in awe before the Taj Mahal at sunrise.
✓ Ignite your spirit during the holy Ganga Aarti ceremony in Varanasi.
✓ 24 Meals - 13 Breakfasts - 5 Lunches - 6 Dinners
✓ Superior twin share accommodation
✓ Sightseeing and transportation as per the itinerary

14 Day Mysteries Of India

Collette Tours

✓ Feast your way through Old Delhi on a street food tour
✓ From the fabled Taj Mahal to the iconic tigers of Ranthambore, step into a world of captivating mysteries and vibrant colour.
✓ Stand in awe before the Taj Mahal at sunrise.
✓ Ignite your spirit during the holy Ganga Aarti ceremony in Varanasi.
✓ 24 Meals - 13 Breakfasts - 5 Lunches - 6 Dinners
✓ Superior twin share accommodation
✓ Sightseeing and transportation as per the itinerary

From PP Twin Share

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$5,414 PP
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