12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights

Including return international flights, all transfers, all accommodation in 4-star hotels, small group experience, daily breakfast and some meals, guided market visits and cooking classes, in-depth sightseeing, and more

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  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
  • 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal and flights
 

Highlights

 

A feast for the senses awaits as you journey between major cities and immersive gastronomic experiences on a 12 day Exotic India food tour with Taj Mahal.

Land in Delhi and immediately get swept up in the noise, chaos and bewitching charm of the Indian capital city. Explore the history of Old Delhi on a guided city tour that sees you travel to some of the cityscape’s biggest draws, including Red Fort, Jama Masjid and the alleyways of Chandni Chowk. It is then straight into getting hands-on with Indian cuisine as you attend a cooking class to discover how to prepare and master classic Indian dishes – which you then enjoy for dinner! Travel to the Pink City of Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. See some of the city’s best-known sights, from City Palace and Jantar Mantar, to get a glimpse into Jaipur’s rich and royal history. Hop into a Jeep to be ferried to the entrance of the cliff-perched Amber Fort and marvel at this grand structure as you meander its courtyards, halls and gardens. Move into a local bazaar on a guided excursion through the market and to encounter some of the dishes Jaipur is well-known for – bites to anticipate include samosa, pakora and aloo tikka.

Make a pitstop to the ancient abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri on the way to Agra. Your time in Agra is devoted to two of the city’s legendary landmarks. First, the Taj Mahal. This manmade wonder needs little introduction and seeing its marble-clad beauty at sunrise is an experience that will stay with you forever. More of the city’s Mughal heritage is found at the red sandstone Agra Fort on an afternoon visit, which is then followed by a dinner of tandoor-cooked specialities in a local hotel restaurant. Set your sights on Lucknow and uncover the fascinating legacy of the city’s former Nawabs of Avadh rulers. A guided tour of Lucknow shows off awe-inspiring monuments such as Bara Imambara, and an evening excursion between some of the city’s best roadside eateries is a mouth-watering chance to savour the tastes and nuances of Awadhi cuisine. Continue to Kolkata and gain insight into how the cityscape evolved from an epicentre of British colonial rule to a hub of social, cultural and intellectual change. Take in the structures that hark back to the city’s days as Calcutta, and cap off your time in India with a spectacular gastronomic dinner (between 10 and 12 courses!) at the lavish home of Bomti Iyengar.

Those looking to stay away just that little bit longer can extend their trip to a 14 day itinerary, to include a 3 night end-of-tour stopover in Singapore on the way home.

 
 

Day 1: Australia – airplane-takeoff – Delhi

Make your way to the airport and board a flight headed to Delhi in India. Your flight lands at New Delhi’s International Airport and a tour representative will be awaiting your arrival upon clearing customs, immigration and baggage collection. This greeting includes a mouli ritual. (Mouli is a thin red cotton thread used in religious ceremonies throughout India). Your transfer will take you to your hotel for check in.

Day 2: Delhi (B, D)

A city tour of Old Delhi is the perfect introduction to the Indian capital city. Delhi covers an enormous area and promises its visitors an incredible juxtaposition between the old and new, the spiritual and the technological, and the familiar and the confronting. This excursion takes you past Red Fort, a remarkable citadel built by Shah Jahan in 1648. It was intended to serve as a palace and military fortress for this famed ruler, as he moved his capital from Agra to Delhi. The next stop on the tour is Jama Masjid, another of Shah Jahan’s architectural legacies in the city. It is the largest mosque in India. From here, move to Chandni Chowk by foot or by rickshaw to experience the vibrant atmosphere of this busy shopping and market area.

The first immersive culinary experience of the tour takes place this afternoon: a hands-on cooking class followed by a delicious dinner. Pick up tricks and techniques to mastering the flavours of Indian cuisine and learn how to prepare some key dishes before sitting down to enjoy the fruits of your labour for dinner.

Day 3: Delhi – Jaipur (B)

Depart Delhi after breakfast and undertake the six-hour drive to Jaipur. The capital of Rajasthan, known as the ‘Pink City’, is home to a landscape dotted with opulent royal palaces, formidable clifftop fortresses, immaculate gardens and frenetic local markets. Check into the hotel and have free time for the remainder of the day.

Day 4: Jaipur (B, L)

Head out into Jaipur on a sightseeing tour. Explore the intricate complex of the City Palace and its gardens, courtyards and elaborate structures, and get a peek into Jaipur’s bygone area at the museum that houses rare manuscripts, costumes, carpets and paintings. Walk to nearby Jantar Mantar, an observatory established by Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. There is time to peruse the stalls at a local market before sitting down to lunch at local restaurant, Spice Court. This is a great opportunity to order dishes that are specialties of Rajasthan. Continue your sightseeing of Jaipur with a visit to Amber Fort. This clifftop fortress is a symbol of the city and was a seat of power before the construction of City Palace. First built for a successful general of a Mughal emperor, Amber Fort is a marvel of battlements, lake views and clusters of ornate hallways and courtyards. A Jeep ferries you up to the fort’s entrance, and you then have time to meander the sight ahead of this evening’s walk through a Jaipur bazaar. This wander will take you past local craftsman and artisans, many of whom continue to use techniques passed down through multiple generations. This evening is also a chance to sample some of Jaipur’s best bites, from pakora (fried snacks), aloo tikka (potato fritters), samosa (fried or baked filled pastries) and traditional sweets.

Day 5: Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri – Agra (B)

Say goodbye to Jaipur as the itinerary takes you towards Agra today. Enroute, a stop is made in Fatehpur Sikri. This ancient city was founded in the 16th century by Mughal Emperor Akbar, however, was later abandoned by the ruler and its residents following a failed military campaign and the drying of water wells. Much of the site has remained untouched and is a fascinating glimpse into what life may have looked like in the 1500 and 1600s. Continue to Agra and check into your hotel upon arrival.

Day 6: Agra (B, D)

An early wake up call has its rewards this morning as you make the trip to what is arguably India’s most recognisable structure: the Taj Mahal. This marble-clad mausoleum was the ultimate declaration of love from Shah Jahan upon the death of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The construction of the Taj Mahal took more than 22 years and 10,000 men. It now stands as a manmade wonder of the world. Take your time to really soak in the intricacies and details of the Taj Mahal’s design and architecture as you walk the immaculately symmetrical grounds. The next excursion of the day is an afternoon visit to nearby Agra Fort. This sandstone sight served as the seat of power for Mughal emperors, and features grand halls, courtyards, ramparts and gardens. Two places of particular note that you’ll encounter within Agra Fort include the Hall of Public Audience and its Royal Pavilions. Your group has dinner afterwards at a nearby hotel restaurant.

Day 7: Agra – Lucknow (B)

Make the drive from Agra to Lucknow this morning (approximately five to six hours). Lucknow is the capital of Uttar Pradesh and, thanks to its heritage as the centre of the Nawabs of Avadh, carries on a legacy of the arts, including dance and music. Check into your hotel upon arrival and then enjoy the rest of the day as free time.

Day 8: Lucknow (B)

Explore Lucknow with a morning city tour. You will be driven past the tombs of Sa’adat Ali and Begum, and you’ll see the façade of Chattar Manzil on the way to Bara Imambara (also known as Asfi Mosque). This impressive structure was built in 1784 by the fourth Nawab of Avadh, as a way to employ locals in the years that followed a particularly devastating famine. The world’s biggest hall to exist without support pillars or walls can be found inside. Other sights of note within the wider complex include the Turkish Gate, Clock Tower and Babylon of East. This evening, join your group for a food-focused walking tour of the city. Armed with cutlery and crockery, this unique experience sees you move between local streetside eateries as you sample some of the best of Awadhi cuisine that Lucknow has to offer. Some of what you might taste include tunday kabab (a dish made from minced meat), nihari Kulcha (meat served in gravy), rogan josh, tokri chaat, and sheermals (a sweet naan bread).

Day 9: Lucknow – airplane-takeoff – Kolkata (B)

A transfer takes you to the airport and you board a one-way flight from Lucknow to Kolkata. Formerly known as Calcutta, this city was the former epicentre of the British Empire’s colonial rule in India. A tour representative meets you upon arrival at the Kolkata airport and sees you taken to the hotel for check in. You then have the remainder of the day as leisure time.

Day 10: Kolkata (B, D)

A city tour of Kolkata awaits following this morning’s breakfast. One of the first sights visited is Raj Bhawan, the former residence of the Governor-General Marquis of Wellesley. It is now the home of the State Governor. Continue to Writers’ Building, a site linked to the beginnings of the East India Company, and admire the design of Metcalfe Hall (modelled after the Tower of Winds in Athens). See the third-largest bridge in the world at Howrah Bridge, and take in the imposing sight of Fort William. There may also be a visit to Victoria Memorial (closed on Mondays and national holidays). Take a break for lunch at a local restaurant and stop for a refreshment at a neighbourhood coffee house. Use some free time to wander an adjacent market and reconvene with your group for an indulgent 10- to 12-course set dinner at Bomti Iyengar’s house. The menu is designed to reflect Kolkata’s heritage and is dotted with local delicacies. This evening is an indulgent way to cap off your time in India.

Day 11: Kolkata – airplane-takeoff – Australia (B)

A transfer takes you to the airport at the necessary time for you to catch to your return flight to Australia.

Day 12: Australia

Arrive back in Australia today.

 

Day 1: Australia – airplane-takeoff – Delhi

Make your way to the airport and board a flight headed to Delhi in India. Your flight lands at New Delhi’s International Airport and a tour representative will be awaiting your arrival upon clearing customs, immigration and baggage collection. This greeting includes a mouli ritual. (Mouli is a thin red cotton thread used in religious ceremonies throughout India). Your transfer will take you to your hotel for check in.

Day 2: Delhi (B, D)

A city tour of Old Delhi is the perfect introduction to the Indian capital city. Delhi covers an enormous area and promises its visitors an incredible juxtaposition between the old and new, the spiritual and the technological, and the familiar and the confronting. This excursion takes you past Red Fort, a remarkable citadel built by Shah Jahan in 1648. It was intended to serve as a palace and military fortress for this famed ruler, as he moved his capital from Agra to Delhi. The next stop on the tour is Jama Masjid, another of Shah Jahan’s architectural legacies in the city. It is the largest mosque in India. From here, move to Chandni Chowk by foot or by rickshaw to experience the vibrant atmosphere of this busy shopping and market area.

The first immersive culinary experience of the tour takes place this afternoon: a hands-on cooking class followed by a delicious dinner. Pick up tricks and techniques to mastering the flavours of Indian cuisine and learn how to prepare some key dishes before sitting down to enjoy the fruits of your labour for dinner.

Day 3: Delhi – Jaipur (B)

Depart Delhi after breakfast and undertake the six-hour drive to Jaipur. The capital of Rajasthan, known as the ‘Pink City’, is home to a landscape dotted with opulent royal palaces, formidable clifftop fortresses, immaculate gardens and frenetic local markets. Check into the hotel and have free time for the remainder of the day.

Day 4: Jaipur (B, L)

Head out into Jaipur on a sightseeing tour. Explore the intricate complex of the City Palace and its gardens, courtyards and elaborate structures, and get a peek into Jaipur’s bygone area at the museum that houses rare manuscripts, costumes, carpets and paintings. Walk to nearby Jantar Mantar, an observatory established by Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. There is time to peruse the stalls at a local market before sitting down to lunch at local restaurant, Spice Court. This is a great opportunity to order dishes that are specialties of Rajasthan. Continue your sightseeing of Jaipur with a visit to Amber Fort. This clifftop fortress is a symbol of the city and was a seat of power before the construction of City Palace. First built for a successful general of a Mughal emperor, Amber Fort is a marvel of battlements, lake views and clusters of ornate hallways and courtyards. A Jeep ferries you up to the fort’s entrance, and you then have time to meander the sight ahead of this evening’s walk through a Jaipur bazaar. This wander will take you past local craftsman and artisans, many of whom continue to use techniques passed down through multiple generations. This evening is also a chance to sample some of Jaipur’s best bites, from pakora (fried snacks), aloo tikka (potato fritters), samosa (fried or baked filled pastries) and traditional sweets.

Day 5: Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri – Agra (B)

Say goodbye to Jaipur as the itinerary takes you towards Agra today. Enroute, a stop is made in Fatehpur Sikri. This ancient city was founded in the 16th century by Mughal Emperor Akbar, however, was later abandoned by the ruler and its residents following a failed military campaign and the drying of water wells. Much of the site has remained untouched and is a fascinating glimpse into what life may have looked like in the 1500 and 1600s. Continue to Agra and check into the hotel upon arrival.

Day 6: Agra (B, D)

An early wake up call has its rewards this morning as you make the trip to what is arguably India’s most recognisable structure: the Taj Mahal. This marble-clad mausoleum was the ultimate declaration of love from Shah Jahan upon the death of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The construction of the Taj Mahal took more than 22 years and 10,000 men. It now stands as a manmade wonder of the world. Take your time to really soak in the intricacies and details of the Taj Mahal’s design and architecture as you walk the immaculately symmetrical grounds. The next excursion of the day is an afternoon visit to nearby Agra Fort. This sandstone sight served as the seat of power for Mughal emperors, and features grand halls, courtyards, ramparts and gardens. Two places of particular note that you’ll encounter within Agra Fort include the Hall of Public Audience and its Royal Pavilions. Your group has dinner afterwards at a nearby hotel restaurant.

Day 7: Agra – Lucknow (B)

Make the drive from Agra to Lucknow this morning (approximately five to six hours). Lucknow is the capital of Uttar Pradesh and, thanks to its heritage as the centre of the Nawabs of Avadh, carries on a legacy of the arts, including dance and music. Check into the hotel upon arrival and then enjoy the rest of the day as free time.

Day 8: Lucknow (B)

Explore Lucknow with a morning city tour. You will be driven past the tombs of Sa’adat Ali and Begum, and you’ll see the façade of Chattar Manzil on the way to Bara Imambara (also known as Asfi Mosque). This impressive structure was built in 1784 by the fourth Nawab of Avadh, as a way to employ locals in the years that followed a particularly devastating famine. The world’s biggest hall to exist without support pillars or walls can be found inside. Other sights of note within the wider complex include the Turkish Gate, Clock Tower and Babylon of East. This evening, join your group for a food-focused walking tour of the city. Armed with cutlery and crockery, this unique experience sees you move between local streetside eateries as you sample some of the best of Awadhi cuisine that Lucknow has to offer. Some of what you might taste include tunday kabab (a dish made from minced meat), nihari Kulcha (meat served in gravy), rogan josh, tokri chaat, and sheermals (a sweet naan bread).

Day 9: Lucknow – airplane-takeoff – Kolkata (B)

A transfer takes you to the airport and you board a one-way flight from Lucknow to Kolkata. Formerly known as Calcutta, this city was the former epicentre of the British Empire’s colonial rule in India. A tour representative meets you upon arrival at the Kolkata airport and sees you taken to the hotel for check in. You then have the remainder of the day as leisure time.

Day 10: Kolkata (B, D)

A city tour of Kolkata awaits following this morning’s breakfast. One of the first sights visited is Raj Bhawan, the former residence of the Governor-General Marquis of Wellesley. It is now the home of the State Governor. Continue to Writers’ Building, a site linked to the beginnings of the East India Company, and admire the design of Metcalfe Hall (modelled after the Tower of Winds in Athens). See the third-largest bridge in the world at Howrah Bridge, and take in the imposing sight of Fort William. There may also be a visit to Victoria Memorial (closed on Mondays and national holidays). Take a break for lunch at a local restaurant and stop for a refreshment at a neighbourhood coffee house. Use some free time to wander an adjacent market and reconvene with your group for an indulgent 10- to 12-course set dinner at Bomti Iyengar’s house. The menu is designed to reflect Kolkata’s heritage and is dotted with local delicacies. This evening is an indulgent way to cap off your time in India.

Day 11: Kolkata – airplane-takeoff – Singapore (B)

A transfer takes you to the airport at the necessary time for you to catch to your one-way flight to Singapore, in anticipation of your end-of-trip stopover in this exciting city-state. Please make your own way to the hotel upon arriving at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN).

Day 12: Singapore (B)

There is no set itinerary or sightseeing schedule for your Singapore stopover, and how you choose to spend your time here is entirely up to you. Continue your culinary adventures by seeking out some of Singapore’s best bites, either at the famed hawker centres or at any of the more refined establishments scattered throughout the city. Use this delicious fuel to hit the pavement and tick off some of Singapore’s landmarks, including Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Zoo, Sentosa Island and the area around Marina Bay Sands.

Day 13: Singapore (B)

Today is your last full day in Singapore. Squeeze in any last-minute sightseeing, souvenir shopping on Orchard Road, or feasting on platefuls of laksa, noodles and satay.

Day 14: Singapore – airplane-takeoff – Australia (B)

Check out of the hotel and head to the airport to catch your return flight to Australia. Arrive back home today. Please note that some flights may arrive in Australia one day later.

 

Inclusions

 
  • Return Singapore Airlines flights 
  • All transfers within India
  • 10 nights’ twin share accommodation in 4-star hotels 
  • Delicious daily breakfast, plus one lunch and 3 dinners
  • Small group experience with maximum of 16 travellers
  • In-depth sightseeing as per the itinerary, including a rickshaw ride in Delhi, Jeep ride in Jaipur to Amer Fort, guided market visits, cooking classes, walking food tours plus traditional meals
  • Dedicated air-conditioned transport with English-speaking tour guides throughout
  • All monument entry fees as per the itinerary
  • Option to extend to a 14 day itinerary to include a 3 night 5-star stopover in Singapore at the Mandarin Orchard Hotel

 

Highlights: 

  • Tour Old Delhi, and be immersed in the flavours of Indian cuisine with a hands-on cooking class and feast on dishes prepared for dinner
  • Travel to Jaipur to see City Palace and Jantar Mantar ahead of a Jeep ride to the entrance of the grand Amber Fort
  • Delight in tastings of regional specialities such as pakora and samosa on a guided walk of a Jaipur bazaar
  • Visit the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri on the way to Agra to marvel at the marble-clad Taj Mahal 
  • Admire the architecture of Lucknow and meander between some of the city’s best roadside eateries on a locally-led experience to discover the Awadhi cuisine
  • Fly to Kolkata and see the sights, and cap off time in India with a spectacular multi-course fine-dining dinner at the home of Bomti Iyengar
 

Fine Print

 

How to book:

  • Bookings essential
  • Voucher valid for 1 person (must purchase 2 vouchers)
  • Must book minimum 65 days prior to departure
  • Book early to secure your desired date and time

Payment Information:

  • A deposit of $299 per person is due at the time of purchase in order to secure your date
  • All peak season surcharges, interstate surcharges (if applicable) and single supplements (if applicable) are also due at the time of purchase and will be reflected at the checkout stage
  • Final payment is due 120 days prior to travel. If you book within 120 days of travel, you will be sent an invoice within 7 days for final payment
  • Up to 12 Months Interest Free available: https://exclusives.webjet.com.au/up-to-12-months-interest-free/
  • Invoices will be emailed to you in advance and it is your responsibility to ensure payments are made prior to the due date
  • All payments received are strictly non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Should payment not be received by the due date, your booking will be cancelled and all prior payments will remain strictly non-refundable
  • Your tour is subject to availability at the time of your booking. We advise you to book early to avoid disappointment

Documentation: Documentation will be provided after final payment is complete and within 2-3 weeks of travel, including E-Ticket instructions, hotel confirmation, itinerary extension & optional tour confirmation (where applicable) and destination travel tips.

Tour Excludes:

  • Travel Insurance
  • Airport transfers in Singapore 
  • Visas
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping
  • Anything not mentioned or ‘optional’ in the itinerary.

Single Supplement:

12 day itinerary – $599 per person in addition to your twin share price.
14 day itinerary – $1,099 per person in addition to your twin share price.

Please purchase one twin share voucher and then purchase your single supplement. You can purchase your single supplement by clicking here.

Tour Only: To purchase this tour without the return international flights, click here. By selecting this option, all airport transfers (if applicable) and all internal flights will be forfeited. Please refer to the live calendar to view and select Tour Only start date.

Group Size: 4 – 16 people

Accommodation: The accommodation listed below may be subject to change, but will remain of a similar or higher standard. Any changes remain beyond our control and all efforts are made to communicate these as soon as possible. We endeavour to always book non-smoking rooms however these cannot be guaranteed. Rooms offered are based on a lead in room type and any bedding configuration preferences are on a request basis only.

Delhi: WelcomHotel Dwarka or similar
Jaipur: Clarks Amer or similar
Agra: Clarks Shiraz or similar
Lucknow: Fairfield by Marriott Lucknow or similar
Kolkata: Peerless Inn or similar
Singapore: Mandarin Orchard Hotel

Bedding: 1 x double bed or 2 x single beds

Please note, all bedding configurations are on the request basis only and cannot be guaranteed.

Maximum Room Capacity: 2 people

Triple Share: Not available

Child Policy: Same price as an adult – Minimum age 2 years.

Itinerary: Please note, tour itinerary is subject to change without prior notice based upon weather, traffic condition and other unforeseen occurrences.

Tipping: tips and gratuities are not included in the package and are at your own discretion (as a guide, approx. AUD $5-$10 per person, per day as per the industry standard). While it may not be customary in Australia, tipping is entrenched into many cultures especially within the tourism industry globally. It helps reward and inspire excellent service.

Health: Different levels of travel involve varying degrees of activity and we recommend a good level of fitness and health in order to fully experience the package and optional tours purchased, including site-seeing by foot, climbing of stairs or extended day touring. It remains each passenger’s responsibility to inform Webjet Exclusives of any health or mobility issues that may impact the running of the tour, both for the safety of the passenger concerned and for other travellers in the group.

Travel Insurance: We strongly recommend that all customers purchase Travel Insurance as soon as they make a purchase on our website. Help cover yourself for the unexpected with Webjet Travel Insurance, we highly recommend it. Click here for a quote.

Visas: Visas are not included. It is the traveller’s responsibility to ensure they meet the visa requirements for the country they are visiting. Webjet Exclusives is unable to provide visa advice.

For Visa assistance, please visit Webjet’s Travel Visa Service page

 

Travel Dates

 

2020:

3 March
17 March
7 April
5 May
23 June
21 July
11 August 
25 August 
8 September 
6 October 
3 November 

Surcharges will apply to some dates, please see the availability calendar for more details

Availability on Departure Dates listed in Fine Print is subject to change. Live availability is shown on the availability calendar after clicking on the BOOK NOW button

Tour Only option – Navigate to the Fine Print tab and proceed to “click here” for Tour Only option to view live availability.  Note, Tour Only option commences on Day 1 of the flight-inclusive itinerary.

Bookings not accepted when within 65 days of departure

 

Flight Information

 

Airline Information:

  • Return economy airfares departing Sydney, Melbourne or Perth with Singapore Airlines and their codeshare partners
  • Please note, some flights may have up to 5 hours of transit time in Singapore 
  • Adelaide – A $250 interstate surcharge per person apply
  • Flights include one piece of carry-on and one checked-in baggage per person
  • Once your booking is confirmed, no further changes can be made, and your booking will remain non-refundable, non-changeable and non-transferable.

 Flight Conditions:

  • Note that the total length of the package includes time spent in flight as specified in the itinerary
  • Some flights may depart a day before/after, involve up to 3 transits, stopover or a substitute airline
  • Full names (First, Middle & Surname) as per passport must be provided at the time of booking. Names cannot be changed once booked.
  • One-way flights cannot be accommodated. All flights within the package must be utilised, any flight intentionally forfeited will result in later flights being cancelled.
  • All flights have been booked to meet minimum connection times as per airline policy and fare rules
  • Flight itineraries will be provided with final documentation
  • Airline schedule changes can occur and are beyond our control. If you have received your documents an updated itinerary will be provided.

Flight Options:

Date/Itinerary Variations:

  • Flights will be ticketed as per the dates and itinerary of the tour unless otherwise advised at the time of completing the booking form.
  • If we can accommodate your request at no additional cost flight tickets will be issued as per the request on the booking form and acknowledgement will be sent via email.
  • If your flight variation incurs additional airfare and taxes a request for payment will be sent via email. If payment is not received by the date and time advised Webjet Exclusives will proceed to book flights as per the dates of the tour.
  • Any additional accommodation outside the tour itinerary will need to be arranged at your own expense. Any alteration to the original flight itinerary offered will forfeit the included airport transfer (if applicable) and you will need to make your own way to and from the airport.

Cabin/Class Upgrades (where applicable):

  • Please select your preferred cabin class from the drop-down box on the booking form at the time of making your purchase
  • The quote will be sent via email only. Failure to pay by the stipulated date and time will result in the quote expiring, by which Webjet Exclusives will proceed to book the economy airfare included in your package.
  • A flat fee of $350.00 per person for this service, plus any additional airfare and taxes will be quoted if choosing to upgrade your flights to another cabin class.
  • Any additional accommodation outside the tour itinerary will need to be arranged at your own expense. Any alteration to the original flight itinerary offered will forfeit the included airport transfer (if applicable) and you will need to make your own way to and from the airport

Tour Only:

  • Tour only options may be available on selected deals, please refer to the fine print tab of the deal for specifics.
  • Any additional accommodation outside the tour itinerary will need to be arranged at your own expense. Any alteration to the original flight itinerary offered will forfeit the included airport transfer (if applicable) and you will need to make your own way to and from the airport.
  • All tour only bookings remain strictly non-refundable, non-changeable and non-transferable from the time of purchase. Webjet Exclusives will not be able to assist with flight change requests/schedule changes for airfares not booked by Webjet Exclusives.

 

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Package Inclusions
  • Return Singapore Airlines flights plus all transfers within India
  • 10 nights’ twin share accommodation in 4-star hotels 
  • Delicious daily breakfast, plus one lunch and 3 dinners
  • Small group experience with maximum of 16 travellers
  • In-depth sightseeing as per the itinerary, including a rickshaw ride in Delhi, Jeep ride in Jaipur to Amer Fort, guided market visits, cooking classes, walking food tours plus traditional meals
  • Dedicated air-conditioned transport with English-speaking tour guides throughout
  • All monument entry fees as per the itinerary
  • Option to extend to a 14 day itinerary to include a 3 night 5-star stopover in Singapore at the Mandarin Orchard Hotel

 

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