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Established more than 6 years ago, GoAvenues is the MICE Division of Travel Tours Group in India. This is  which makes us financially solid and completely reliable.  As a leading DMC, we realise that your clients are demanding and need answers yesterday. That's why we place great emphasis on speed. Your emails are answered asap and get our full attention.  We, at GoAvenues would be delighted to assist you with all your travel arrangements.

Short Bio Tyrone d'Souza - Goa

With an extensive professional experience spanning over 32 years aboard and India in the Travel and Hospitality Industry, I started GoAvenues in 2007.My company is a Destination Management company which primarily focused on the MICE segment. We specialize in all destination management services that include comprehensive group planning and travel services for conferences, events, large incentive & tailor-made groups, destination weddings, etc. During this time I have build strong relationship with key service providers including hotels across India. I have always been a passionate traveler, which has taken me around the Globe several times. We are now the MICE division of Travel Tours.


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The Trident hotel in Mumbai is magnificent, the staff is amazing, the food was exquisite ,I give them 20 our of 10 and will definitely recommend this to my colleagues.

Lino has provided us with exceptional service, he has gone the extra mile and I would love to deal with him in the near future. He is well knowledged, always patient, has brilliant negotiation skills and always remains professional at all times. Thank you for the exceptional service you have provided us and I look forward to dealing with GoAvenues in the near future.

Greetings Maria

This is a personal note of thanks to you, Lino and team at Go Avenues for a sterling job and service you have provided. Although we have not done the east tour in previous years, the response was well received. Go Avenues has been a great partner to work with, supporting my colleague Annah who is equally pleased with your services. She has spoken of Lino with high esteem and wish thank him for the support he had given her during her time in India. Most importantly, you have gone the extra mile to ensure the comfort of our clients and meet their needs is greatly appreciated.

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I wish Go Avenues well in your endeavours and hope to be in touch in the very near future.

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"Dear Lino, We had an excellent journey home.. As soon as we were seated all of us fell asleep! We were very pleased with your excellent services, and will definitely contact you again in the future! My girls were indeed very happy; they seemed to have gotten so much bigger in just one week. We'll keep in touch!"

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What makes India so incredible

Why India

The vast country of India, so vast you could consider it almost a continent, is a kaleidoscope of colors and smells, festivals, sounds, crowded bazaars, religious ceremonies... a country where many religions cohabit peacefully, Hindoes, Buddhists, Moslims and Christians, there is even a church in which all these religions are practised. Ruled by the British for many years, India only became independent in 1947.

From the famous Taj Mahal to the frozen mountain tops of the Himalayas, from the grand colonial mansions that line Mumbai (formely Bombay) to the huts which house the poor, from the protected tigers to the holy cows, from the houseboats in Kerala to the impressive mosques you'll find in cities, India is a country of sharp contrasts. This makes is also a fascinating country to visit and every time you do, you can have a completely different experience.

We would love to show you the best that our country has to offer. 

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Program idea India

Please find a stunning Golden-Triangle-program below. If you have something different in mind, please contact us and we will realise your idea's. Just email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Golden Triangle
Golden Triangle combines the ancient with the modern and nature's wonders with man's achievements. An amazing tour comprising the three famous cities Delhi, Agra and Jaipur which will leave you enthralled. Our golden triangle tour clubs royal Rajasthan with the terrific city of the Taj Mahal besides the pulsating capital of India, Delhi. The golden triangle tour of India is probably the most captivating holiday that can be spent in India.

Day 1 - Services on arrival in Delhi
•Late night/early morning: Arrival of guests at Delhi International Airport.
•Meet & assist ~ GoAvenues Field coordinator will meet the guests outside the airport with the group sign.
•Airport transfers ~ Guests will be transferred by private deluxe air-conditioned coach from the airport to Hotel. Water will be provided in the coaches. Distance from Airport to The Suryaa Hotel will be approx. 45 minutes.
•On arrival at the hotel ~ experience Indian warmth and hospitality as you are greeted with a 'Traditional Welcome'. Elegant ladies in local costumes greet you with garlands. Traditional Welcome with aarti and your forehead is anointed with the auspicious red 'Tikka'
•Exclusive separate checkin desk for the group on arrival. Direct delivery of luggage to the rooms
•Welcome gift (Maps on Delhi, Agra, Jaipur & Goa)
•Relax with a welcome drink.
•Optional: Light snacks will be served in the reserve area (at the restaurant)
•Banners and Flags to be placed at the hotel on request
•Overnight at the hotel

Delhi takes pride in being the capital of the country for many dynasties. A vibrant melting pot, it encapsulates two very different worlds, the 'old' and the 'new', each representing delectably different experiences. It has captivating ancient monuments, magnificent museums, a vivacious performing-arts scene and some of the subcontinent's yummiest places to eat. Delhi blends within its folds the great cultural variety of India. Delhi is not just a name, it is a feeling.

Day 2 - Delhi
Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
At 09.30am: Proceed for the guided tour of Delhi, a bustling metropolis which is in fact really two distinct cities – the colourful bazaars and Mughal architecture of Old Delhi contrasting with the formal Splendour of Lutyen's New Delhi.
Greet the morning on your first day in what is the world largest and most vibrant democracy. Our tour manager is at your service throughout your trip.
Departure by luxury bus with driver and English Speaking Guide.
Stop at Jama Masjid ~ largest mosque in India and start your group activity.
Later, board in the coaches and drive past Red Fort ~ a marvel in red sandstone, Raj Ghat ~ memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, President Palace, Parliament House & photo stop at India Gate.
Drive past to The Bahá'í House of Worship Popularly known as the Lotus Temple due to its flowerlike shape, is a Bahai House of Worship and also a prominent attraction in Delhi. It was completed in 1986 and serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent. It has won numerous architectural awards and been featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles.
Highlights of Delhi
Shop/ Bargin & Win Game ~ AT SPICE MARKET OF OLD DELHI Concept is to give Fix amount of Indian money to each couple or team together with specific target & Time to Bargain to the most and buy number of products. Winner will be given special incentive.
Chandni Chowk meaning the 'Moonlight Square' was designed and laid by Jahanara Begum, Mughal emperor Shahajahan's daughter between the Red Fort and Fateh Puri Masjid. In a way the street reflects the national unity, secularism and diversity of India as it houses many important places of worship of major religions of the world. The bazaar has several galis (lanes). Each of these galis represents a specialty of this market, for example the parathawali gali famous for its parathas.
The bustling bazaar hosts authentic Indian food, delicacies and sweets of more than 1,000 kinds, to sarees with intricate embroidery. There are lots of narrow lanes with many shops selling books, clothing, shoes and leather goods, electronic and consumer goods and what not. The area, even more so than the rest of the city, is very congested but a 'not to be missed experience'.
In the Indian metropolis of Delhi, visit the largest spice market in all of Asia, the bustling Khari Baoli bazaar. Open air shops on both sides of the road display sackcloth bags filled with pungent spices, bushels of fragrant flowers, nuts and sticky dried fruits, mountains of bright orange turmeric, mouth-watering sweets, gallons of gooey ghee and enough tea
Lunch at Rendevous Restaurant
Dinner at Chor Bizaar Restaurant

Day 3 Delhi - Agra
•08h30: After breakfast, group will be transferred to Agra by surface.
•Bingo game in the coach.
•On arrival in Agra, directly proceed for lunch at Rio Restaurant (the coach will then unload the baggage at the hotel and return to pick up the guest.
•13h00: Lunch at Rio Restaurant
•After lunch, checkin at Agra hotel
On arrival at the hotel, experience Indian warmth and hospitality as you are greeted with a 'Traditional Welcome with aarti' and your forehead is anointed with the auspicious red 'Tika' Direct delivery of luggage to the rooms. Check in on arrival at the hotel. Non Alcoholic welcome drink on arrival 02 bottles of mineral water per day at the hotel.

The Land of culture and heritage. AGRA is the city of the inimitable TAJ MAHAL. It was the mughals who finally nurtured Agra with the finest monuments architects could design: The TAJ MAHAL of Shah Jahan, AGRA FORT of Akbar, Itmad-Ud-Daula and neighbouring Sikandra are but few of the many that spangle the city, each of which stands in mute testimony to the city's grandeurthe ages. AGRA, an educational and business centre too, is known for it's craftsmen and handicrafts. Marble and sandstone inlay work, Zari work, carpet and leather goods are some important crafts of the city.
16h00: visit Agra Fort by rickshaw (tuk-tuk). The guests will be picked-up from the hotel and transferred to Agra Fort by tuk-tuk.
Famous TUK TUK are known as Auto Rickshaws. short ride of 10-15 minutes.
Agra Fort ~ built by three Mughal Emperors starting from Akbar the Great in 1565 AD, which is a masterpiece of design and construction. Within the fort are a number of exquisite buildings including the Moti Masjid, Jahangir's Palace, Khaas Mahal and the Sheesh Mahal, Diwane-i-Am, Diwane-i-Khas and Musamman Burj where Emperor Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal Emperor died a prisoner
Later, visit Marble Factory in Agra
Return to the hotel by Air-conditioned deluxe coach. 20h00: Buffet dinner at the hotel restaurant. (Magic Show can be arranges during the dinner at additional cost)
Dinner at poolside pavilion HOTEL OBEROI AMAR VILAS IN AGRA
An exclusive private special meal could be arranged at one of the poolside pavilions The venue does not offer a view of the Taj Mahal, but does offer a breathtaking view of the hotel, the gardens and water bodies that surround it. A special instrumental music or dance performance could be organized exclusively.

Other highlights in Agra

Option 1: Mother Teresa's Charity Home, Agra Address: Prem Dan | 2 Ajmer Road, Agra 282001, India
Mother Teresa's Charity home in Agra has 48 children who are orphaned or come from poor families who can no longer provide for them; as well as 150 infirmed adults who can no longer care for themselves. The mission is solely reliant on private donations to support their cause.
Make a spiritual visit to Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity. Interact with the kids there. This is an orphanage for children whose parents are unable to raise them for a number of reasons. The sisters raise the children with love and provide care for those who are ill. Have a truly inspiring and humbling experience here. Mother Teresa's Charity home in Agra has 48 children who are orphaned or come from poor families who can no longer provide for them; as well as 150 infirmed adults who can no longer care for themselves. The mission is solely reliant on private donations to support their cause.
Option 2: Air Safari Balloon Ride, Agra
Get Ready For The Airborne Adventure & Breathtaking Views From Sunrise to 8:30 Pm IST Ride Every 30 Minutes Balloons have always amused us since ages. In our childhood also, our parents used to buy us a balloon, whenever there was a fair or exhibition nearby. Past few years, Helium gas based, winch controlled tethered Balloons are found in use in plenty in many countries except India. These were developed in US/European countries initially for "Weather Data Collection/Monitoring' but lately modified for use as an 'Amusement Ride'. They are found to be completely pollution free, safe. Ashok Oswal Group proudly offers the Helium Balloon rides in the city of Taj Mahal.
Air Safari Balloon Ride Highlights: The one and only in the city of Taj. Zero Polluting and environment friendly Most safe and secure as per European safety standards Can go up to 500 ft. height. Can carry up to 20 passengers.
Option 3: Relive the Mughal Era... Mohabbat the Taj
Expression of Love... The Sanskritik Natyashala presents 'Mohabbat-the-Taj' – a series of play depicting the saga of love. of Shajahan for Mumtaj Mahal- his beautiful wife; the lavish lifestyle of mughal era; emaculate hardship of the artisans for 22 years that created the most precious specimen of craftsmanship. The dialog in its pure urdu form is scintillating and fortunately it is available in 8 different languages through simultaneous translation headsets. The show is located at a venue just 5 minutes away from the Eastern gate of the Taj. It is very entertaining and colorful and is a great way to end a visit to Agra. Highly recommended for it adds a new dimension to the Indian experience.

 Day 4 Agra - Jaipur
Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
08h00: checkout of the hotel and proceed for a visit to Taj Mahal by Tonga ride ~ colorful horse carriages to take in its sublime beauty at the first rays of the sun. (Board on your decorated and personalized Tonga upto the Entrance gate of Taj Mahal).
Taj Mahal - the inimitable poem in white marble. Built over a period of 22 years, by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 16th century, for his Queen Mumtaz Mahal to enshrine her mortal remains, it is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Note: Taj Mahal is closed on Friday.
Optional cost: Group picture in front of Taj Mahal. (With Client's logo & a nice handmade paper Frame with Client's logo)
Optional Cost: Miniature Taj Mahal (9" size in a nice velvet box) for each person. Later, checkout from the hotel and drive to Jaipur.
Enroute visit "Fatehpur Sikri' (45 min) ~ World Heritage Site
Fatehpur Sikri - This exquisite city was built by Akbar the Great in 1569, in red sandstone; with its forts, palaces and mosques. The city was abandoned 14 years after its creation due to political reasons. Must see are - The Diwan-i-am - a vast courtyard in which the emperor gave daily public audience; Diwan-i-khas - a large quadrangle which contained all the major functions of the Palace, Pachisi court, the Emperors private living quarter, Jodha Bhai's Palace, Mariam's Palace, Birbal's Palace, Hawa Mahal and Panch Mahal are some of the important buildings of this residential complex. The Friday Mosque and the exquisite tomb of Sheik Salim Chisti are in the religious grounds set aside in a separate enclosure adjacent to the secular buildings Lunch at one of the Old Heritage Havelis known as Laxmi Vilas Palace in Bharatpur
Option 1: Enroute Bhandarej Village
After lunch, continue drive to Bhandarej. Bhandarej is a small village around 45 miles from Jaipur in Rajasthan. The village has a lovely setting besides a lake and Mina settlements around it. Staying in this village gives an idea of what rural life is all about in this part of India.
Interaction with local people .
Spend time by interacting with the village people or an event or activities can be organized with the local school children or local village kids such distributing some gifts to the children's etc.
Option 2: Enroute Peharsar Village
Visit the homes of locals and see them in action in fields.
Peharsar near Bharatpur (and the Keoladeo Ghana NP) is home to the Chandra Mahal Haveli, a heritage property built by nobles of Emperor Akbar in 1699, who conquered Peharsar in all of three hours, (a pehar), from where the village of Peharsar gets its name. The village of Peharsar is itself relatively unremarkable, a poor village whose mainstay it would seem is the Haveli. However, a stay here offers the chance to see another side of Indian village life. Whilst some locations may state they are a 'village', Peharsar is a real village, tiny in all respects with just a small village store or two and a small local school.
Option 3: Enroute Abhaneri Village
Abhaneri is a walking distance from a great historical site of the 7th Century Step well or "Bawri", which are the unique invention of the natives. It is one of India's deepest and largest step wells and is located in front of the Harshat Mata Temple, an ancient 7th Century sun temple. Abhaneri draws many tourists including OAT .
Drive further to Jaipur.
Arrive Jaipur
•On arrival at the hotel, experience Indian warmth and hospitality as you are greeted with a 'Traditional Welcome with aarti' and your forehead is anointed with the auspicious red 'Tika'
•Direct delivery of luggage to the rooms.
•Check in on arrival at the hotel.
•Non Alcoholic welcome drink on arrival
•01 bottle of mineral water per day at the hotel.
•Dinner at the hotel Restaurant in Jaipur.
•Overnight stay at th hotel.
Optional - Maharaja welcome on arrival at the hotel
A majestic welcome in true Royal Rajasthani style.
As the guests disembark at the entrance to the hotel, they are welcomed by "Kachi Ghori", a traditional Rajasthani dance. Walking towards the entrance to the lobby, beautifully adorned camels and horses stand at attention, regaling the guests as they used to for the Indian kings of yore. Ladies, dressed in traditional Rajasthani outfits shower rose petals while musicians at the entrance play lilting tunes from Rajasthani classical instruments. This majestic scene is completed with garlands, Aarti and tika welcome.
Welcome Drink (a Fruit Cocktail) will be served while guests are distributed room keys in specially designed key pouches with the "Company's" Logo. Guests will then be escorted to their rooms for immediate check-in.
The procession will include the following:
•2 Horses
•2 Camels Red Carpet Welcome
•Traditional musician
•Rajasthani girls for showering of petals and welcome aarti, tikka, garlanding

Jaipur was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II (1693-1743) and is the capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is surrounded by hills and dotted with forts. Houses with pink latticed windows line the streets, and look almost magical at sunset. Jaipur's regal heritage is evident in its architecture and culture. Beautifully laid out gardens and parks, attractive monuments and marvelous heritage hotels, once the residence of Maharajas are testaments to the Rajasthan of yesteryears. The arts and crafts of the state are amazing. The bazaars are a lot of fun for not just what are available, but also for the cheerful people in their traditional costumes.

Day 5 - Jaipur
Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
Leave for sightseeing of Jaipur. Steeped in history and culture, this city is known for its magnificent Palaces and forts; broad avenues and spacious gardens. Jaipur with its romantic charm takes you to an epoch of royalty and tradition.
Proceed to visit AMBER FORT, the ancient capital of the Rajput rulers, perched atop the hill overlooking a lake. Upon arrival at Amber, ascend to this hilltop fort in Maharaja style by decorated Elephant.
Amber Fort is a marvellous example of Rajput architecture with its terraces and ramparts reflected in the Maota Lake below. The interiors of the fort has various royal halls decorated with intricate ivory, mirror and glass work complemented by exquisite wall paintings. As you move between the rooms of this magnificent structure feel the history and visualise the pomp and grandeur of a kingdom never conquered.
By seeing the majestic ramparts of the Fort, which surround the palace, one can imagine the power of the character. Visit the beautiful complex of palaces including inlaid mirror palace, halls, pavilions, gardens and the famors Kali temple.
Decend down from the fort and return back to the city.
Visit a factory to see the famous block printing work being done since centuries in Jaipur.
In the afternoon, Visit THE CITY PALACE - the Royal residence of Maharajaha built in Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, Hawa Mahal" the Palace of Wind & the Observatory of the 18th century.
Visit the visit the OBSERVATORY, begun by Jai Singh. The most striking instrument is the sundial with its 27m high gnomon. The shadow that casts moves up to 4m an hour.
Optional Visit at CHOKHI DHANI Village
A rich cultural village with camel rides ,elephant rides, Henna painting, acrobatics, rajasthani puppetry and dances.. An evening excursion to Chokhi Dhani complex, ethnic village resort located at a distance of 15 km from Jaipur. Rajasthani village atmosphere is recreated on the sprawling ground & includes the entertainment by folk dancers & musicians. Guests can move around freely, enjoy the virbrant Rajasthani culture and traditional cuisine.
Lunch at Holiday Inn Restaurant followed by Turban Tying Demonstration.
Dinner at Spice Court Restaurant with cooking demonstration (Guests will be entertained with music & dances during dinner)
Evening : A sumptuous buffet Dinner will be provided by the poolside. The meal will be accompanied by live classical music.
Stunning display of floral logo followed by a dinner with a well-illuminated Palace backdrop and live folk dance performance will make the guest feel "WOW" .
Royal Dinner at the City Palace
This Palace is the Royal residence of Maharajaha built in Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, Hawa Mahal" the Palace of Wind & the Observatory of the 18th century. Upon visiting the magnificent City Palace, it's easy to see that the royal family of Jaipur was one of the richest in India. The huge complex of courtyards, gardens, and buildings blend both Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The Peacock Gate is exquisite, and contains an alluring display of detailed workmanship featuring bright peacocks. Today, the royal family lives in the graceful Chandra Mahal (Moon Palace) bordering the courtyard. Also inside the City Palace complex is a museum, art gallery, and interesting displays of royal costumes and old Indian weapons.
Cultural Programme and Cocktails The guests will enjoy a performance of folk dances (Kathak or Rajasthani Dances) with Cocktails at Sukh Niwas / Sobha Niwas.
Royal Dinner Venue : The Sukh Niwas Terrace :25-75 guests : A Buffet Dinner with combination of Indian/Continental dishes will be laid. The Royal Family Members may join the Dinner subject to their availability Recital of Sitar and Tabla to accompany the Dinner.
Arrival of the guests : The guests will arrive from the Tripolia Gate – This entrance is otherwise used exclusively only by the Royal Family Members. The cars/coaches will come upto the gate of the Mubarak Mahal –the Royal Reception area of the City Palace. Where the guests will be received.
•The sound of Nagaras and Trumpet will announce the arrival of the guests.
•A welcome procession of 2 Elephants, 4 Horses , 4 Camels and 2 Buggies will be arranged near Mubarak Mahal.
Welcome Ceremony : The procession and the guests will enter the main Palace through the Rajendra Pol. Girls in traditional attire will shower the rose petals from the Jharokhas.
•The guests will get down near the steps of Sarvato-Bhadra - Deewan-E-Khaas (Hall of the Ministers) and the procession will take a round of Sarvato-Bhadra Chowk. After taking a round, all the elephants, horses, camels etc. will be placed on the both sides of Riddhi – Siddhi Pole.
•Girls attired in Traditional Rajasthani costumes will welcome the guests with Teeka and garland at the steps of Sarvato-Bhadra.
Events planned at the Chomu Palace Hotel are the customized events designed as per the requirements of the individuals and Group travelers. The hotel has unique venues in the restored Palace which offer picturesque gardens, private terraces and pool area venues.
These events start with the Royal Welcome followed by meals and Folk performances.
These events can be designed not just for the staying guests but also for the guests who are not staying with The Chomu Palace Hotel but would like to celebrate their event with us.
Venue : Pool side Garden Area or Main Courtyard
•Two Camels
•Two Horses
•Ladies with Garlands and petal throwing at arrival
•Tikka and Arti
•Local traditional dances
•Folk music and traditional band
•Fire Works for 4-5 min
Royal Welcome The welcome starts with the guests being received 100 yards away from the palace by a elaborate procession of Camels, horses. This procession escorts them to the main hotel entrance. The floor area is decorated with flowers, Red Carpet, drums and the Bakia (grand trumpet).
The whole atmosphere is like a dream setting. The guests are further honored by applying Tikka (A special maroon color round mark applied with a finger in the center of forehead it is the biggest symbol of honor in Hindu custom) The guests are garlanded with fresh flowers garland the guests then enter the main palace to reach the red platform From where they view the magnificent façade of the palace. To welcome the guests there is a group of folk performers that includes a group of men each playing different folk musical instrument of Rajasthan in Palace Courtyard. They play their instruments to the same song and synchronize their music. On this music there is a group of two Rajasthani folk dancer women, all wearing different colorful costumes and their main performer performs at the Central Chaupar Also there is a group of procession musicians along with escorting welcome dancers who walk along with the guest. The guests are served with a special welcome drink.
•A royal welcome is reserved for you, illuminated castle, red carpet, fireworks, camel, affixing the "Tikka" and welcomed by a shower of rose petals.
•Welcome drink
•Then visit the palace with its galleries and its audience hall, the Durbar Hall, decorated with paintings and mirrors, is like a little fairy-tale castle.
•A sumptuous gala dinner will be served under the stars on the terrace illuminated.
•Rajasthani music to accompany your meal.
•Performing folk dances
•A fireworks show will end the evening
ADDITIONAL COST: Ladies will be given saree to wear for the gala dinner which can be kept for themselves after the dinner.
Note: we will get some local women to help the ladies to dress the sarees. Please inform the ladies to carry a white blouse to wear along with the saree.

Other highlights in Jaipur

Option 1: Heritage walk in Jaipur ~ Experience the Living Heritage of Jaipur
For the first- time visitor, Jaipur is definitely a feast for the eyes because life in the walled city has the flavor and ambience of old times. Despite having grown into a bustling metropolis, the ancient heart of this planned city still beats in its gali- mohallas rather than the beautiful palaces. Along the route of the walks, you will find many warm and friendly people who will happily welcome you into their homes. Jaipur Bazaar Walk followed by lunch at the local restaurant serving Thali
This walk is designed especially for you if you are spending only a day or two in Jaipur. If you enjoy exploring new places, try this walking tour of the 'native' bazaar areas of Jaipur. In this tour you will crisscross the medieval center of the city, taking you along the famous markets and its by lanes, recapping the most important historicla events, while briefly introducing the basic cultural fabric that Jaipur has to offer from its history.
You will be fascinated by the vibrant street markets, the colorful people, the multi cultural mix of mosque, temples, monasteries, the different cuisines and the shee throbbing energy of the place.
Come with an open mind and be ready for some pleasant surprises.......
For the meal, we recommend a Thali Service – a regal Indian way of dining. "Thalis", which are a variety of menu items served on one platter, are a customary style of meal in India.
A Thali is an Indian meal with contents varying from state to state. Depending on the restaurant or the region you are in, the Thali consists of delicacies native to that region. A Thali typically comes as a North Indian or a South Indian. The North Indian Thali starts you out with Pooris, Chappattis (Rotis), different vegetarian specialties (curries), usually a sweet, and other miscellaneous items. The South Indian Thali comes with applams papad, rice delicacies and similar items from the North Indian. Both of these usually come with "bottom-less" refills on all components of food; the idea is that one eats until fully satisfied
Enjoy a gourmet Lunch ~ "THALI"
Our Indian chef conducts a Spice talk for all the guests. He explains about all the traditional Indian spices, their usage in Indian food and their various other values. This has been a very interesting and well appreciated topic for all our guests in the past. After the 20-30 minute talk, we could distribute some notes and spice pouches for the guests to take home. We can again organise traditional dance and music for the evening.
Option 2: Visit to Elefantastic Farm followed by lunch at Dera Amer 90, Chandra Mahal Colony, Delhi Rd, Amber, Jaipur 302028, India
Experience the Heart of Giving for the Heart of Living at The Elefantastic. Elefantastic is a unique and inspiring experience that is a must do for anyone visiting India. Elefantastic is owned and managed by a former Elephant Rider ( Mahut), farm focusing on health-care and breeding management for friendly, beautiful and special elephants to produce healthy elephants to live on Earth. Although Elefantastic was only born on 21st February 2012, the family's involvement with the elephants backdate to over 4 generations ago.
Many of the tourists were interested in the day to day life of elephants and what they do with them, rather than just wanting an ordinary ride. Here, one can get the opportunity to see more in depth insight into the lives of the elephants. You will see that all of our elephants are well fed, with spacious rooms, attentive vet check ups every week to make sure they're all at the peak of their health, with loving and caring riders...
Lunch at Dear Amar
Situated behind the hills of the famous Amer Fort is the ideal location for outdoor recreational and adventure activities in very close proximity to the city of Jaipur.
For the adventurous, enjoy a special treat. While in Jaipur take out half a day or full day to see the countrywide from the backs of Elephants. Rides (at additional cost) take you through riverbeds and forests and you experience the rural India at its best. Interact with villagers and get a glimpse into their lifestyle. The ride is a unique experience in the beautiful countryside of Jaipur.
Option 3: Elephant Polo at Dera Amer with Lunch/Dinner
The experience of witnessing elephant polo at this location is unique and special. The polo is organized in the middle of the forest and neighboring an old fortified temple. Prepare yourself to play Tug off war Game in Jaipur pre or post Elephant Polo match and match your team strength with non other but with Elephant...

Day 6 - Delhi Airport
This morning after breakfast you will transferred back to Delhi. This transfer will depend on the international flight schedule of the guests.
Option include driving or taking schedule flights or train journey.
Train Options:
Jaipur Delhi (double Decker Train) – Dep at 0610hrs Reaches at 1030hrs
Jaipur Delhi (Shatabdi Express) : Departs at 530hrs Reaches at 2230hrs
On arrival in Delhi, either transfer straight to the international airport for the return flight home or to a local restaurant for refreshments / dinner as appropriate.
Its time for your magical journey to come to an end. This evening you will be transferred to International Airport for your flight back home with fond memories of India.

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•The Maurya
•The Leela Kempinski
•Dusit Devarana
•The Lodhi

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•Oberoi Amarvilas
•Radisson Blu
•Wyndham Grand
•Taj Gateway
•ITC Mughal
•Jaypee Palace

5 Star Hotels in Jaipur
•Oberoi Rajvilas
•Jai Mahal Palace
•Taj Rambagh Palace
•ITC Rajputana
•Fairmount Hotel
•Lebua Resort
•The Raj Palace

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We have offices all over India and Goa, and have excellent supplier relationships. This makes our proposals exceptional, creative and exciting to you and your clients. We are very experienced in every step of the way: from planning till operations, we will provide you with the necessary service to make you and your group feel comfortable and happy. If you want to create an absolutely memorable event for your clients in India and Goa, just contact us and we will start working immediately.

We have offices in Delhi, Bangalore, Goa, Chennai, Mumbai, Cochin and Hyderabad. Our staff is very motivated to achieve the best programs for our clients. We work precisely, provide unique ideas and keep to the deadlines. We keep in close contact with you  to ensure the best service possible. 

We specialise in MICE, VIP Groups, Special Groups, Luxury Travel, Conferences, Meetings, Special Interest Groups, Cruises, Shore Excursions, Corporate Travel, Hotel Bookings, Gala dinners and Fine Dining in whole India.

Travel facts India

Travel facts India

Currency Rupee
Language Hindi
Local time GMT (London) + 5.30hours
Public holidays Public holidays in India
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+31 570 605831
+55 21 99999-4245
+27 11 465 8798

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