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Rajasthan, Ajanta, Ellora, Mumbai and Goa

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17 days 16 nights

Code NI-RJ5

Category North India Classic Tours

  • Group Size 2-10 Persons
  • Difficulty Level 2
  • Rating Popular
  • Trip Starts From Delhi
  • Trip Ends At Goa
  • Accommodation Hotels
  • Type Classic Circuits
  • Season October through April
  • Destination Delhi Agra Jaipur Ranthambore National Park Chittorgarh Ranakpur Udaipur Mumbai Aurangabad Goa
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In this trip, we visit India's most treasured historical monuments that include the Mughal and Rajput forts, palaces and temples. Taj Mahal- one of the wonders of the modern world is one significant highlights of this trip. Many of these architectures are recognized by UNESCO as the world heritage sights. We learn about the Indian history, Hindu culture and traditions. The arts, sculptures and murals of the palaces, the columns and the high walls of the forts all have interesting stories of the bravery and wars, friendship and rivalries, love and romance.

We explore the ancient rock-cut cave temples in Ajanta and Ellora Caves near Aurangabad and then move on to the cosmopolitan city of Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay where we will experience the flairs of British India. We conclude our tour in Goa in western India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. A Portuguese colony until 1961, Goa is known for its beautiful beaches.

Trip Cost  (Land)

  • US$ 3398 per person on double occupancy basis
  • US$ 1398 Private Room Supplement
  • US$ 350 Estimated in-tour airfare ( Udaipur-Mumbai-Aurangabad-Goa)-Subject to change.

Trip Dates

2019: 3 Apr, 22 Apr, 2 Oct, 14 Oct, 8 Nov, 18 Nov, 2 Dec, 30 Dec

2020:13 Jan, 27 Jan, 10 Feb, 26 Feb, 9 Mar, 24 Mar

Guaranteed departure with minimum 2-participants!

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01~Arrival in Delhi

Upon arrival, complete the immigration and customs formalities and meet your guide and driver at the arrival gate, followed by transfer to the hotel for check-in. The balance of the day is at leisure.

Overnight: The Park Hotel
Day 02~Visit the attractions of Old and New Delhi

After a relaxed breakfast, we’ll have an orientation meeting and then set out to tour the ancient city. We begin our sightseeing from Humayun’s Tomb-a massive octagonal edifice-built by Haji Begum in honor of her husband-Humayun the second Mughal Emperor. Her design, which offers a superb example of early Mughal architecture, influenced Shah Jahan significantly, who later built the Taj Mahal, following the same model. The entrance to the tomb is through a succession of formal gardens, which are in the process of being restored to the classic Persian style.

We will also visit Qutub Minar; an impressive red sandstone tower inscribed with Islamic writings. It was built to commemorate the defeat of local rulers of Delhi by the Muslim general Qutb-Ud-Din-Aibak, at the end of the twelfth century. We will then drive to Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque). It is the largest mosque in India and a notable example of Delhi’s distinctive Indo-Islamic architecture. Another highlight of our day will be a bicycle-rickshaw ride from this great mosque through the bustling and colorful market lanes of Chandni Chowk to the Red Fort.

We’ll explore other parts of Old Delhi as well as the formal government buildings of “new” Delhi, constructed by the British in the 1920s. Nearby, in the parkland of Raj Ghat, we’ll have time to visit the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi and look at some of the local bird life. We should find Hoopoe, Common Mynah, House Crow, and Rose-collared Parrot as well as egrets and other waders in ponds.

Overnight: The Park Hotel
Meals : Breakfast
Day 03~Travel to Agra- the land of Taj Mahal

After breakfast, we drive to Agra (approx. 131miles/ 4 ½ hrs). Upon arrival, check in the hotel and later proceed for sightseeing.

We first visit Agra Fort – the 16th-century Mughal citadel known as the Red Fort of Agra. It was built by the Emperor Shah Jahan, who also built the Taj Mahal and Delhi's Red Fort. Recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site, Agra Fort is a citadel of the Mughal era that has witnessed centuries slip by but still stands gloriously on the bank of River Yamuna.

Towards dusk, we visit the Mehtab Bagh (also called Moonlight Garden) which is a little known place for viewing Taj Mahal during the sunset time. The garden lies opposite of Taj Mahal on the northern shores of Yamuna River whereas Taj Mahal stands in the southern shores. Most travelers visit Taj Mahal from the main gate at the south side. Enjoy the views of Taj Mahal in tranquil surroundings with no rush.

Overnight: Grand Imperial
Meals : Breakfast
Day 04~Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri and Chand Baori Step Well

After breakfast, proceed to Jaipur (approx. 153 miles / 5 ½ hrs. drive) en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri.

We get up before dawn for a sunrise tour of Taj Mahal from the southern side of the monument. It's a fantastic experience to see the iconic monument bathed in the morning sunshine! Taj Mahal, built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, is a spectacular monument built to represent eternal love.

We return to our hotel for breakfast, and soon we head out to Jaipur. About 25 miles from Agra, we stop to visit the Fatehpur Sikri- a UNESCO recognized world heritage site. Fatehpur Sikri, the abandoned capital of Emperor Akbar, illustrates the fusion of Hindu and Muslim architectures.

About 56 miles before Jaipur, we take 12 miles detour of Chand Baori, which is an ancient step well, built in between 800 and 900 A.D. It's an ancient architecture designed and structured as a water reservoir to supply water to the citizens of dry and arid Rajasthan.

On arrival, check in to the hotel and take rest for the day.

Overnight: Alsisar Haveli
Meals : Breakfast
Day 05~Jaipur: Explore the fort, palaces and markets

After breakfast, we set out to explore the attractions of Jaipur- the capital of Rajasthan State. Jaipur is also called the Pink City. Do you know why? The king of Rajasthan, in a short notice, ordered a fresh coat of paint for Jaipur to welcome the Prince of Wales visiting India in 1905-6, but the contractor did not have any other color in stock enough but pink. So, the entire city got its pink shade which has been Jaipur's tradition till today!

We first drive 7 miles on Jaipur- Delhi highway outside the city to visit Amer Fort that lies atop Amaravali Hills. From the parking, we take an elephant ride up the hill (subject to availability and alternatively by Jeep). On the return, we will take the local shared jeep.

Amber Fort, also called Amer Fort, was built in the 16th century and is one of the most excellent examples of the combination of Hindu Rajput and Mughal Muslim architectures. The fort, made in red sandstone and white marble, tells the glory of the fierce Kachawaha Dynasty that ruled over the region from 12th to the 18th century. The interior wall of the palace exhibits vivid scenes with carvings, precious stones, and mirror settings. The fort has heavily structured high walls to protect the residents from the warring enemies.

Now, we retrace our drive to the Jaipur city and visit Hawa Mahal- one of the most photographed architectures of Jaipur. The peculiarity of the palace is the high screen wall facing to the street from where the women of the royal family could observe the street activities without being seen from the outsiders!

Next, we move on to the City Palace, which is another blend of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. The royal family still occupies a part of the palace, and we have access only to the section that now is a museum. The museum has an extensive collection of costumes, woodwork, brassware, jewelry, and pottery. Nearby is the Jantar Mantar observatory, build in the 18th century, it is a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments.

The afternoon is free for your interests. Jaipur is shopper's paradise and has the world famous traditional jewelry designed stylishly.

Overnight: Alsisar Haveli
Meals : Breakfast
Day 06~Ranthambore National Park

(190 km, 3.5 hrs.)

After an early breakfast, we bid farewell to the Pink City of Jaipur and head out to Ranthambore- a renowned habitat of Royal Bengal Tiger. The road goes through the semi-arid countryside, giving us a first-hand experience of rural India away from the city. We will see the desert scrubs are being watered and the barren land is transformed into farmland, and camels pull their rickety loads along the highway unconcerned with the honking truck traffic. The colorful turbans and costumes change from region to region and from village to village, and the brightly colored saris stand out against the barren landscape.

We arrive at our accommodation at Sawai Madhopur around noon. We will have time to take a shower and a sumptuous lunch before we embark on an afternoon safari, which starts at 3 PM during winter and 4 PM in Spring and Summer. Ranthambore, on the fringes of the Vindhya Hills in Eastern Rajasthan, protects 400 square kilometers of rocky hill and plateau country in the dry deciduous jungle. A formidable fortress high above the plains provides a dramatic backdrop for viewing the game and a glimpse into Rajasthan’s valorous past. Although it is one of the smallest reserves in India, Ranthambore is famous as the most prominent tiger sanctuary in the country. In addition to the Bengal Tiger, we hope to see an impressive array of wildlife, including Langur, Sambar, Nilgai, Chital, Wild Boar, Jackal, Fox, and Sloth Bear. We will also be looking for local avian specialties, among the 300 species of birds in the park. Our lodging for the night is a former hunting lodge set in extensive grounds. In the evening, we will take a stroll in the local village and the neighborhood.

Overnight: The Tigress Resort
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 07~Game drives in Ranthambore National Park

Following an early morning cup of tea or coffee, we embark in the morning adventure in an open vehicle, for our game drive in the nearby National Park. Here, where maharajahs formerly had their hunting preserves, we’ll watch for tigers in addition to their plentiful prey. Small lakes with stone pavilions and gazebos provide habitat for waders, ducks, storks, and crocodiles. The morning safari will be from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (during summer) and 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (during winter). After returning to our lodge, we will have our breakfast. Between now and lunch, we will have time to rest, write journal or postcards or chitchat with our guide and naturalists or take a walk in the neighborhood.

After lunch, again we embark on our safari adventure. We will go to a different zone of the park now. Each safari will be in different zones so that you have an opportunity to explore the diverse flora and fauna of the park. In the evening, sit around the bonfire and chitchat with other guests and naturalists and tell your stories of the day and listen to others who had been in different zones.

Overnight: The Tigress Resort
Meals : Breakfast
Day 08~Bundi and Chittorgarh

281 miles, 5 or 6 hours by car

After breakfast, leave for Chittorgarh, the home of Chittor Fort, which is probably the most massive fort of India.

About 90 miles (2.5 hours) from Ranthambhore, we stop in a rural town of Bundi –not so much frequented by foreign tour groups. Bundi has notable palaces, fort, step wells, and water tanks. If you wish, you can climb the Taragarh Fort, which is a steep climb but worth the effort. The fort is overgrown and less visited than other forts of India. Other attractions are Bundi Palace, Sukhmahal Palace, Ranjit ki baori step well, Nawal Sagar Lake, and Sadar Bazaar market. We may not have time to visit all.

Late afternoon, we leave for Chittorgarh (191 miles, 3.5 hours). Check into your room and balance of the day is at leisure.

Overnight: Castle Bijaipur
Meals : Breakfast
Day 09~Ranakpur & Udaipur

After breakfast, visit the Chittor Fort-a 7th-century, a vast hilltop complex with the remains of uncountable temples and monuments. Spread over an area of 692 acres of land and sprawled over the hill above the plains of Berach River valley, Chittor Fort is the most massive fort of India and an independent UNESCO heritage site. The fort complex consists of several historical palaces, gates, temples, and two prominent commemorative towers. 

Expect to need about three hours to see all the attractions: The victory tomb, Jain temple, Mirabai and Padmini's palaces, and Kumbh palace are the most prominent ones. The history of Mewar kingdom's courage and the story of the sacrifice of Rani Padmini gives everyone goose-bumps as you go around the ruins of the palaces and the temples.

Afternoon, leave for Udaipur (75 miles, 2.5 hours). Check in hotel and leisurely exploration of the town.

The city of Udaipur is situated in the Aravalli ranges of Rajasthan, and since it was the capital of Mewar rulers, it's called the jewel of Mewar. Udaipur, set on the shores of three lakes and surrounded by scenic mountains is also called as the City of Dawn. It is a beautiful old city with narrow lanes flanked by bright stalls, gardens, lakes, palaces, and temples meandering through it.

Overnight: Jagat Nivas Palace
Meals : Breakfast
Day 10~Udaipur: Explore the lakes, palaces and the temples

The city of Udaipur is situated in the Aravalli ranges of Rajasthan and since it was the capital of Mewar rulers, it's called the jewel of Mewar. Udaipur, set on the shores of three lakes and surrounded by scenic mountains is also called as the City of Dawn. It is a beautiful old city with narrow lanes flanked by bright stalls, gardens, lakes, palaces, and temples meandering through it.

After breakfast, we set out to explore the attractions of Udaipur. We begin from Udaipur City Palace, which is one of the architectural marvels of Rajasthan. Rested peacefully on the banks of Lake Pichola, the palace is the most-visited tourist attraction in Udaipur. The palace claims to be the largest palace complex in Rajasthan.

We take a boat ride from the jetty of the palace and go around the lake. We are able to see the other side of the palace and some life in the lakeshore, including the laundry men who are called dhobis, washing clothes and some people bathing. We stop at the Palace of Jagmandir Island. The palace is surrounded by an array of enormous stone elephants and has a chhatri carved from grey-blue stone.

We return to the dock and probably, it's time for the lunch break (pay on your own). After lunch, there is more to see. We visit the Jagdish temple of the mid-17th century. An Indo-Aryan style of architecture, this temple claims to be the largest in Udiapur. A black stone image of Lord Vishnu and a brass image of Garuda can be seen here.

If time allows, we visit Saheliyon-ki-Bari, also known as the Princess Garden, or the Garden of the Maids of Honor. This is a small, disheveled garden, which was laid out for 48 women attendants who came as part of a princess’s dowry. It has fountains, kiosks, marble elephants, and a lotus pool.

Overnight: Jagat Nivas Palace
Meals : Breakfast
Day 11~Flight to Mumbai and afternoon sightseeing

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Mumbai. Upon arrival, meet your local guide and transfer to the hotel.

Later, your guide and driver will take for you for sightseeing in Mumbai. We begin from the Prince of Wales Museum (closed on Monday) has a priceless collection of art, sculpture, old firearms, rare coins, and miniature paintings. Next, we will visit the Gateway of India–a treasured monument that was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar in 1911. It is complete with four turrets and intricate latticework carved into the yellow basalt stone. Drive further, and you will pass a famous seafront, Marine Drive–a winding stretch of road with tall buildings on one side and sea on the other. Next, we visit the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus - a superb older Victorian train terminal that signifies the total British era of scale, grand architecture and a thriving, busy railway station that is today struggling to cope with the sheer volume of people.

If time allows, it will be interesting to visit the Dhobi Ghat, an open-air laundromat. Dhobis are the traditional cloth washers. Dhobi Ghat has rows of outdoor concrete wash pens, each fitted with its flogging stone. Clothes here come from Mumbai's hotels and hospitals.

Overnight: Trident Nariman Point
Meals : Breakfast
Day 12~Flight to Aurangabad

Leisurely morning breakfast and you have free time until afternoon airport transfer for flight to Aurangabad. Upon arrival, meet our local representative and transfer to the hotel for check in.

Overnight: Hotel Lemon Tree
Meals : Breakfast
Day 13~Excursion of Ajanta Caves

After breakfast, we go for an excursion to the Ajanta Caves, 60 miles northeast of the town (closed on Monday). It's a famous World Heritage Site with 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments that date back from 2nd to the 7th century. Beautiful frescoes, wall paintings, and vivid sculptures reflect the peak of ancient Indian art and architecture. The horseshoe-shaped gorge has 30 caves dividend in two phases. We spend a reasonable amount of time, exploring this ancient cave and retrace our drive to the hotel in the afternoon.

Overnight: Hotel Lemon Tree
Meals : Breakfast
Day 14~Excursion of Ellora Caves

After breakfast, we proceed to Ellora Caves which lies 20 miles northwest of Aurangabad. It's closed on Tuesday. This is also a UNESCO recognized World Heritage site. Ellora has 34 "caves" which are actually excavated out of the vertical face of the Charanandri hills. With Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain rock-cut temples viharas and mathas built between the 5th century and 10th century, Ellora Caves are one of the finest examples of Indian rock-cut cave temples.

In the afternoon, we visit the Daulatabad fortress on a conical hill about 656 ft. high that now has the ruins of Ajanta and Ellora style Buddhist temples.

Overnight: Hotel Lemon Tree
Meals : Breakfast
Day 15~Flight to Goa

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Goa - the former Portuguese colony. Upon arrival, meet our local representative and transfer to the hotel.

Afternoon, proceed for a half day of sightseeing that starts with a drive to Dona Paula - an idyllic spot which overlooks Goa’s magnificent harbor of Mormugão. Next, proceed to Panjim - the Portuguese capital of Goa, which was initially a fishing village. Panjim still displays that old charm, with typical Portuguese architecture mirrored in the houses and villas spread along the River Mandovi. Notable among the classic structures are the Panjim Church, Palácio Patriarchal (Bishop's Palace) and Palácio Idalcão (the present Secretariat) which was built by Adil Shah in 1492. We also stop at the fruit and vegetable market for guests to experience the sights and smells of Goa.

From here, we head to Old Goa. Visit the Basilica of Bom Jesus where the remains of St. Francis Xavier are kept in a silver casket entombed in a Florentine style marble mausoleum.

Evening time is free to relax on the beach.

Overnight: Radisson Blu
Meals : Breakfast
Day 16~A free day to relax in the beaches of Goa

Take your time to relax on the beaches of Goa.

Overnight: Radisson Blu
Meals : Breakfast
Day 17~Depart

Service ends with a transfer to the airport. You can book ticket to Mumbai and connect with your international flight back home

Meals : Breakfast

Trip Map

Trip Info

Trip Includes

  • Accommodation on double occupancy basis.
  • Daily breakfast at your hotels.
  • Service of local English-speaking certified-guides.
  • One time entrance fee to the monuments as per the itinerary.
  • Elephant ride at Amer fort (subject to availability and alternatively by shared Jeep)
  • Shared boat ride at Lake Pichola in Udaipur.
  • Air-conditioned car or van for all transfers and sightseeing.
  • All currently applicable taxes.
  • All current Government taxes.

The trip does not include

  • India visa fee.
  • International and in-tour airfares. Estimated In-tour airfare $350 is not included in the price.
  • Drinks, tipping, laundry, telephone calls, camera fees, and other personal expenses.
  • Car at disposal or any sightseeing on leisure days unless specified above.
  • Early check-in or a late checkout room (s) at any hotel (s) unless specified above.
  • Liability for change in itinerary due to reasons beyond our control like change in flight or train schedule; political disturbances, natural phenomenon, etc.
  • Any supplement charges for New Year or Christmas.
  • Camera/video camera fee at the monuments and museums

Guaranteed departure with a minimum of two signups

We guarantee departures with sign-up of a minimum of two persons. Group of family and friends booking and traveling together are entitled the right amount of saving. Sometimes, there are early bird booking discounts, and other offers are also available. Please, give us a call to find out if there are any discounts available.

Trip Difficulty Level

This trip is suitable for all travelers with an average health condition. There are no extreme adventures on this trip but visiting some forts and temples require climbing of stairs, particularly Taragarh Fort in Bundi which is a steep uphill climb. If you don't want to hike, you can stay behind with your driver. There are a couple of long day drive, such as Agra to Jaipur, minimum 6-hours plus stop time and likewise, from Ranthambhore to Chittorgarh takes about 5 hours but we will have occasional stops on the way to visit the sights.

There are three jeep safaris in Ranthambore National Park and boat trip in Lake Pichola. 

Life on the Trip

A cultural sightseeing day, depending on the season, starts between 8.30 A.M. to 9 A.M. Our guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel. We visit the sights and monuments or participate in activities, and we will have a lunch break around noon to 1 pm. After lunch, we again embark on the tour for 2 to 3 hours, and we are brought back to our hotel late afternoon, and our guide will generally leave us free. We will have time to take rest, write diaries, or wander about ourselves.

When we are driving from one city to another, we usually spend 4-5 hours on the road with occasional stops for photography and drinks and snacks. Some days can be longer.

A jungle safari trip begins very early morning, sometime before dawn depending on the season. Chances of game viewing are higher very early morning or late afternoon. Usually, the morning safari begins around 6 a.m. following a cup of tea or coffee. We take safari style open jeep and ride for 3-4 hours. The park has different safari routes, and we will make a different way on each safari. We will be back to our lodge or tent by 9:30 to 10:00 am, and then we will have a sumptuous breakfast. Then we will have time to rest, write diaries or chat with the lodge staff and naturalists. We will have a light lunch around 1 p.m., and we will embark on another safari around 2:30 pm or 3 p.m. Depending on the area we are visiting, we will be back to our lodge around 6:30 pm. We will have our dinner around 8 p.m., and then we will sit around the bonfire and chat with other fellow travelers or naturalists about the sightings of the day.

Some forts require climbing of stairs, and you are expected to participate unless you wish to stay behind with the driver.

We try our best to adhere to the itinerary, but it should be taken as a general guideline or scope of activities rather than an inflexible series of events and depending on the local conditions or time factor; it can change from the exact sight to see to the precise city to stop.

Indian Visa

You need to obtain an Indian visa before you arrive in India. The Indian embassy has appointed Cox and King Global Services-a private contractor to process all the India visa applications in the United States.

You can also apply for an Indian eVisa online. You need to initiate the application between 4 and 120 days before your arrival in India. You will receive an electronic visa in pdf by email within three or four business days. The visa is valid for two entries.


Accommodations in this trip are superior-class hotels, four-star by local standard and heritage properties which are former castle or palaces. The hotels provide the most modern amenities that include a private bathroom with a hot and cold shower, central air-conditioning, phone, mini refrigerator, on-site restaurant, etc. 

Accommodations listed are our preferred properties and are subject to availability at the time reservation is processed. If the listed hotels are not available for any reason, we will book your accommodation in a similar property.


The tour cost includes daily breakfast at your hotel. While in Ranthambore National Park, you have three meals a day provided by your hotel. Most of your hotels have on-site restaurants that serve traditional Indian and western style dishes. Traditional Indian cuisines are often spicy as they use hot peppers, garlic, ginger, cumin, coriander, turmeric, etc. but you can request for a mild spice level. If you have any special dietary requirement, please let us know in advance.

Tour Guide

For the sightseeing and excursions, we hire the local guides who know the area the best and have first-hand information. The guides are college educated professionals, trained and certified by Indian tourism authorities. As for National Park visits, our lodges or national parks provide certified naturalists and guides for the game drive. They are knowledgeable, friendly, and flexible. They will show you the wonders of the areas that you would never discover on your own and share their knowledge on Indian history, culture, and religion. For travels between the cities, you will be with driver only. Your guide or driver brings necessary vouchers for the hotels and buys admission tickets where appropriate. If you are a group of 10 people or more, we can afford to send a tour director, accompanying you throughout the trip.


Depending on the group size, we use air-conditioned Sedan Cars, SUVs, Mini Van, or coaches for all transfers and tour in the cities. All transportation and game drives in the National Park will be by open-topped safari style jeeps with theater-style seating or sideway benches. The roads inside the park are a dirt road and are bumpy and dusty. You can wear pollution masks to protect your nose from the dust.

Health and Personal Fitness

While there are no specific physical requirements, all participants are expected to be in good health condition, have a positive attitude, team spirit, and desire for adventure. You need to prepare for some long journeys on a bumpy and dusty dirt road and some amount of walking and even climbing stairs.

Travelers are recommended to start mild exercises like jogging, walking, cycling, or swimming several months ahead of the trip to prepare.

Traveling during late spring and summer, it can be boiling and make sure that you can bear it when you go during this period. Travelers are advised to bring their medical kit and prescription drugs.

International and Internal Airfares

The trip involves four domestic flights which are not included in the tour and costs about $350. We will book that flight for you and advise the exact cost once you confirm your participation on the trip. You can purchase your international airfare on your own. You need to arrive in Delhi and return flight must be from Goa. If you need any help on this, certainly feel free to contact us. 


When you are sure you are traveling, please don't delay in booking so that we can secure you on the preferred hotels and flights. We request an initial deposit of US$ 300 along with a completed trip application form and a passport scan. The second payment will be for the internal airfares. The final payment is due 90 days before the trip date.

Cancellation fee

  • Ninety days before departure: Administrative fee US$ 50 per person.
  • 60-89 day's before departure: US$ 250 or 25% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • Forty-five days to 59 days before departure: US$ 450 or 50% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • Thirty days to 44 days before departure: US$ 600 or 75% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • Less than 30 days: 100%.

Travel Protection Plan

While we plan and do our best to make your trip smooth and seamless, there may be chances of unforeseen events and conditions such as illness, accident, inclement weather, and flight cancellation or missed-connection or loss of baggage, etc. that may cause interruption or delay or cancellation of your trip putting your hard earned travel investment in jeopardy. It's also possible that you may need medical assistance, emergency evacuation, or medical transportation when you get ill or involve in an accident when you are traveling in remote areas. Far & High's Tour cost does not cover any of these expenses or losses, and so we strongly recommend you that you should protect yourself and your travel investment against those unfavorable conditions.


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