This tour takes in the highlights of India while maintaining a focus on community projects. As well as the Taj Mahal and the Pink and Blue cities, spend some time in Chandaleo village taking part in water conservation or female cooperatives. Another highlight is volunteering at a girls' school in Karauli - a fascinating insight into the changing dynamics of Indian society.
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- Arrival transfer from Delhi airport to your hotel
- Visit Jama Mosque followed by a rickshaw ride and walking tour of Old Delhi, including Spice Market
- Visit monuments of New Delhi - Humayun's Tomb, Qutab Minar, Lutyens's Buildings
- Transfer from Delhi to Agra
- Visit the Taj Mahal - the monument of love
- Tour of stunning Agra Fort
- Walking tour of Agra
- Transfer from Agra to Karauli
- Learn about Karauli royal family's charitable trust and volunteer at a local school
- A second day to learn about Karauli royal family's charitable trust and volunteer at a local school
- Transfer from Karauli to Jaipur
- Tour of Amber Fort
- Tour of City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal
- Explore old Jaipur in a heritage walk
- Transfer from Jaipur to Chandelao in the outskirts of Jodhpur
- Community work at Chandelao
- Tour of Jodhpur - Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada and Clock Tower Market Area
- Transfer from Jodhpur to Udaipur
- En route visit the temples at Ranakpur
- Tour of Udaipur - City Palace, Jagdish Temple and Sahelion ki Badi
- Transfer to Udaipur airport
- Arrive Delhi and connect to your international flight
Considering the vast and varied landmass, it comes as no surprise that India's climate is complex. If you prefer to avoid extremes of heat and rainfall, it's best to aim for the cooler, drier months of October through to March. However, if a trip to either of the country's extremities appeals, take note: For the southern states, the retreating monsoon (October to December) is a consideration. Here, you find the most appealing climate between November and February. For reliable trekking weather in the Himalayas 1000km to the north, peak season is October, November and then March and April.
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