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Individual tours from the company MediTravel are ideal for those who do not want to depend on a large number of people and prefer unhurried quiet walks. Small groups or individual excursions allow you to make maneuvers, slightly changing the path or deviating from the planned plan, if you have a desire to explore other attractions, buy souvenirs or simply go snack. All the details are agreed in advance, but you can always adjust the course of the tour to your liking. This type of tourism is popular among people who are accustomed to travel in seclusion and with maximum comfort. Flexible tour conditions and interesting offers will allow you to learn a lot of new things and get as close to the culture as possible.

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"Mumbai - Goa"

Маршрут: Мумбай – Гоа
Длительность: 6 ночей / 7 дней
Мумбай (Бомбей) – коммерческая столица Индии, один из главных портов страны и столица штата Махараштра, один из самых населенных городов мира.
Гоа – самый маленький штат Индии, абсолютно не похожий на остальную часть Индии, но вместе с этим и один из самых лучших курортов в мире, раскинувшийся на берегу Аравийского моря.
day 1 - Arriving to Mumbai
  • Transfer to the hotel, accommodation, rest. Night in Mumbai
day 2 - Mumbai
  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • Departure on an excursion to the main sights.
    The tour of the city begins with an inspection of the Gateway of India, the entrance to the port of Mumbai. They were built in honor of the visit of King George V in 1911. This triumphal arch is the main symbol of Mumbai, during the reign of the English they met and escorted important guests arriving from the sea. Visit Mani Bhavan - the former residence of Mahatma Gandhi, as well as the Prince of Wales Museum.
    Chhatrapati Shivaji Station, former Victoria Terminus is a historic station, the symbol of Mumbai, an outstanding example of Victorian neo-Gothic architecture in India, combined with motifs borrowed from traditional Indian architecture. The building was built according to the project of the British architects Frederick William Stevens in 1878 - 1888.
    Further Slums Dharavi. Dharavi Slums are one of the largest in the world. Here live about a million people.
    Walk on the beach Chowpatty Beach. Chowpatty Beach (Chowpatty Beach) is located in the heart of the city, not far from Marin-Drive.
    Dhobi Ghat is the biggest laundry in the open air, with colorful bright clothes hung right on the street, where to this day it is washed according to the old method.
  • Return to the hotel, rest
day 3 - Mumbai
  • Pastime at own discretion
day 4 - Mumbai-Goa
  • Breakfast at the hotel, departure from the hotel
  • Transfer to Mumbai airport, departure from Mumbai to Goa
  • Arrival to Goa, accommodation at the hotel, rest
day 5 - Goa
  • Breakfast at the hotel, departure from the hotel
  • Departure on excursion to local sights.
    Tour of the spice plantation.
    Cathedral of St. Catherine - the largest Christian temple in Asia, the construction of which lasted more than 90 years. Unforgettable and harmonious impression leaves the Mediterranean architecture among tropical flora.
    Basilica Bom Jesus is a Catholic temple, known throughout the Christian world. Here lies the tomb with the imperishable remains of St. Francis Javier, the "Apostle of India", the former disciple of the founder of the Jesuit order, Ignatius Loyola.
    The capital of Goa is Panaji, with its spacious promenades, where the film festivals of all Asia are held, with old Portuguese quarters resembling the Venetian Burano and the towns of the Portuguese Algarve, with shopping streets where the patterns of Kashmiri rugs compete with the colors of Indian traditional and modern clothing. And also the buildings of the Panaji government.
    Altino Hill is one of the most popular methods to admire the beauty of Panaji, this is an excursion to the top of this hill. Since it is located almost in the middle of the city. In addition, he has great fame that this particular hill was visited by Pope John Paul II when he visited Goa.
    Visiting the popular temples of Goa: Hindu, Shri Mahals. Mahalsa is a Hindu temple in Ponda, one of the largest in Goa, dedicated to the female incarnation of the god Vishnu.
day 6 -Goa
  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • Relax on the beach
  • Night on Goa
day 7 - Return
  • Breakfast, check out of the hotel
  • Transfer to Goa airport
  • Departure to destination

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"Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Nimran"

Route: Delhi (1 night) - Agra (2 nights) - Jaipur (2 nights) - Nimran (1 night)
Delhi (1 night) - Mumbai (3 nights)
Duration: 10 nights / 11 days
Mumbai (Bombay) is the commercial capital of India, one of the main ports of the country and the capital of the state of Maharashtra, one of the most populated cities in the world.
Goa - the smallest state of India, absolutely different from the rest of India, but at the same time it is one of the best resorts in the world, located on the coast of the Arabian Sea.
day 1 - Delhi (the capital of India)
  • Arrival in Delhi. Upon arrival in the capital of India you will meet our representative at the international airport. Indira Gandhi.
  • Transfer to the hotel, accommodation.
day 2 - Delhi-Agra (the city of the Taj Mahal)
  • Breakfast at the hotel, departure from the hotel
  • Comfortable transfer to Agra (journey time - 3.5 hours)
  • Arrival in Agra, accommodation at the hotel, rest
  • Lunch at an ethno-restaurant
  • Visiting Fort Agra - its mighty walls are built of red sandstone, inside the fort there are graceful palaces and halls, beautiful gardens, where the complex work on marble inlay - "pietra dura" was first applied. The Red Fort in Agra is the story of three generations of the Great Moguls, a story of brutal wars, tremendous love, a struggle for power and the fall of a great empire.
  • In the evening at 6.30 pm for an extra charge - Theater performance: you have the opportunity to see a theatrical performance that tells the story of the emergence of the architectural miracle of the Taj Mahal "Mohabbat de Taj - the saga of love". The production tells about the legendary love of the royal couple, bright costumes, songs and dances fascinate, and on the stage appears the world's largest copy of the Taj Mahal. (It is necessary to book in advance).
  • Return to the hotel, rest.
day 3 -Agra (city of love)
  • Early in the morning at 05:30 departure from the hotel for an excursion to the Taj Mahal at sunrise (the exact time you will be informed by the guide, based on the time of sunrise on your date).
    This morning you will have an unforgettable impression - you will see the Taj Mahal in the rays of the rising sun. You will visit this magnificent building - the symbol of love, appreciate its exquisite design, the symmetry of this poem, composed in marble. Taj Mahal is an extravagant symbol of Shahjahan's love for his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal.
  • Return to the hotel for breakfast, rest.
  • Visit to the world-famous Marble Factory in Agra
  • Lunch at an ethno-restaurant
  • Visit the garden of Metab Bagh (Mehtab Bagh in translation from Hindi - "Moon Garden"). It is located north of the Taj Mahal complex and Fort Agra on the other side of the Yamuna River floodplain. Now there is a garden complex, on which low trees are planted, in the shape of a square (about 300 by 300 meters). The Metab Bagh Garden was the last of the constructed gardens along the Yamuna River opposite the Taj Mahal and Fort Agra. Shah Jihan, who built the Taj Mahal, immediately took note of a crescent-like cape on the opposite shore, and realized that this was the ideal place to watch the Taj Mahal. There and was later created this "Moon Garden" for pleasure and contemplation by Taj Mahal.
  • Visiting the mausoleum of Itimad-Ud-Daul ("Baby Taj") is a monument of Mughal architecture, one of the prototypes of the Taj Mahal and one of the first buildings in the Islamic architectural tradition, which was built entirely of marble. Also in the construction of Baby Taj, for the first time in India, European pietra dura technology or stone incrustation was tested.
  • A trip to the Indian textile store, where you can buy or order, for example, some kind of silk and you will be made in a few hours.
  • Return to the hotel, rest.
day 4 - Delhi - Fatehpur-Sikri - Jaipur (city of jewelers)
  • Breakfast at the hotel, departure from the hotel
  • Transfer to the city of Jaipur (5 hours on the road)
  • On the way visit the "dead city" Fatehpur-Sikri. The history of the creation of this now abandoned city is like a fairy tale. Then the not-so-lucky Emperor Akbar came here to meet with the Sufi mystic Shaykh Salim. He asked for an heir. Akbar's request was answered, and soon his son was born. And then Akbar fulfilled his oath - he built a new city. So on the rocky hills, 40 km from Agra, there was Fatehpur-Sikri. Although no one lives in the city, it is well preserved until today, and thousands of pilgrims come to the grave of the buried in the courtyard of the royal mosque of Sheikh Salim to pray for the gift of his son.
  • On the way, lunch at the Laxmi Vilas Palace in Bharatpur
  • Arrival in Jaipur, accommodation at the hotel, rest
5 day —Jaipur (pink city)
Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan, also called the "pink city" because of the color of the walls and houses in the old part of the city, which consists of 9 square quarters, symbolizing 9 subdivisions of the universe according to Indian cosmography.
  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • After breakfast at 08.30 am visit to the majestic Amber Fort built in the 16th century. Elephants in colorful blankets and brightly decorated, are here an exotic transport, helping to get to the top of the hill to the fort (a question of availability). It is also possible to climb to the fort by jeep or on foot. In the Fort you will have an unforgettable tour of its halls, palaces, halls and gardens.
  • Lunch at an ethno-restaurant
  • In the afternoon, a sightseeing tour of Jaipur: a visit to the City Palace of Maharaja and its museums that store a collection of royal objects. Also you will see Jantar-Mantar - an ancient observatory under the open sky, consisting of huge instruments for observing the heavenly stars.
  • Acquaintance with Jaipur crafts - making ornaments, colorful fabrics, carpets, etc., watch the work of masters and enjoy shopping in this city of colorful crafts.
  • Visiting the Hawa Mahal Passage (Palace of the Winds), built in the 18th century for royal wives and consisting of countless carved windows and balconies. Even in the hottest time of year, in the small rooms of Hawa Mahal, a slight cool wind wanders around, it is this feature of the building that awarded the Indian Palace with the second mysterious name.
  • Return to the hotel, rest.
day 6 - Jaipur - Nimrana –
the heart of the Golden Triangle
  • Breakfast at the hotel, departure from the hotel
  • Transfer to Nimran (2 hours on the road in a comfortable car)
    Nimran was the third capital of the descendants of Prithviraja Chohan III, who was killed in battle in 1192 AD. According to legend, later one of the most brave leaders of the people Nimola Meo, dying in battle from the hands of opponents, asked to build a new fort and call him by the name of the capital of the lost kingdom. This picturesque place was chosen for the construction of Rajo Rajdo.
    Fort Nimran Palace. Built in 1464 as a fortress-palace, today it is one of the most famous hotels of "historical heritage" in India. It is a stunning palace complex, set in 10 hectares on the slope of the mountain. In the fortress is a road paved with ancient masters. Hanging gardens, an abundance of flowers, open terraces and packs of parrots released from cages (can not fly far away). Swing chairs, located in loopholes of the fortress and servant in national dresses. And most importantly, a stunning panorama of Rajasthan.
    The fort is 140 km away. from Delhi in 10 minutes drive from the highway connecting Delhi and Jaipur. Turned into a hotel in 1986, the restoration work was awarded the National Prize.
  • Hotel accommodation. If desired, you can take a camel safari, thereby diversifying excursions.
day 7 - Nimran - Delhi
  • Breakfast, check out at 12.00
  • Moving to Delhi (2.5 hours on the road in a comfortable car)
  • Arrival in Delhi, accommodation at the hotel, rest
  • Evening pastime at will
day 8 - Delhi - Mumbai
  • Breakfast, check out of the hotel
  • Sightseeing tour of Old and New Delhi
    In the morning you will visit the Jama Masjid - the largest mosque in India and the architectural masterpiece of the Muslim religion.
    Then visit the Memorial Raj Ghat. This is the royal place of cremation. The place was originally on the bank of the river. The Yamuna. There was cremated not only the fighter for the national freedom of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948, but also his wife Indira Gandhi in 1984, as well as her son Rajiv in 1991. Raj Ghat was transferred from the bank of the Yamuna River and built a whole park around the memorial. And on the memorial there is an eternal fire, where on Fridays there are ceremonies in memory of Mahatma Gandhi.
  • Dinner
  • Continuation of the excursion in New Delhi. Visit the Indian Gate - the memorial arch to Indian soldiers. Further - the President's Palace and the House of Parliament.
  • Flight from Delhi to Mumbai
  • Accommodation in hotel, rest
day 9 - Delhi - Mumbai
  • Breakfast, check out of the hotel
  • Departure on an excursion to the main sights.
    The tour of the city begins with an inspection of the Gateway of India, the entrance to the port of Mumbai. They were built in honor of the visit of King George V in 1911. This triumphal arch is the main symbol of Mumbai, during the reign of the English they met and escorted important guests arriving from the sea.
  • Return to the hotel
  • Continuation of the excursion.
    Visit Mani Bhavan - the former residence of Mahatma Gandhi.
    Chhatrapati Shivaji Station, former Victoria Terminus is a historic station, the symbol of Mumbai, an outstanding example of Victorian neo-Gothic architecture in India, combined with motifs borrowed from traditional Indian architecture. The building was built according to the project of the British architects Frederick William Stevens in 1878 - 1888.
    Slums of Dharavi. Dharavi Slums are one of the largest in the world. Here live about a million people.
  • Dinner on the beach Chowpatty Beach. Tasting of Indian snacks. Chowpatty Beach (Chowpatty Beach) is located in the heart of the city, not far from Marin-Drive.
    Dhobi Ghat is the biggest laundry in the open air, with colorful bright clothes hung right on the street, where to this day it is washed according to the old method.
  • Return to the hotel, rest.
day 10 – Mumbai
  • Pastime at own discretion
day 11 –Return
  • Breakfast, check out of the hotel
  • Transfer to the airport of Mumbai

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