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The offer of $1 deposits to secure an Intrepid Travel small group adventure applies to bookings made January 3 - February 15, 2019 and is valid on trips departing January 3 - December 14, 2019. The $1 deposit offer is only available to customers booking in the following currencies: USD. The $1 deposit can be paid towards any Intrepid Travel small group adventure with the following exclusions: Polar trips - includes all itineraries in the Arctic and Antarctic; Expedition Trips; Private Groups; Adventure Cruising, Short Breaks and gorilla treks - pre purchased permits are required to secure the trek to see the gorillas. Excluded gorilla trekking trips: YXOG, YXOCC, YXOIC, YXOEC, YXOGC, YXOFC, UXODC, YGAG, YGAR. If you wish to book the Inca Trial trek they are not eligible for the $1 deposit offer and will be required to pay the full deposit price at the time of booking. Pre-purchased permits are required to secure this trek. Trips with Inca Trail trek option: GGKY, GGBL, GGSQ, GGTA, GGHC-O, GGKP, GGKY, GGTBC, GGSEC, GGSO, GGSUC, GGRQC, GGRWC, GGRNC, GGRPC, GGRTC. If you choose to book the Quarry Trail trek or train option you do not require a permit and the trip can be booked with the $1 deposit offer. The offer can be applied to new bookings only. Under no circumstances will the offer be applied to existing bookings. There will be no extensions to the booking, travel or payment periods. The offer applies to the tour price only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount. The trip is subject to availability and confirmation by Intrepid Travel at time of booking. Additional restrictions may apply.
This awesome India adventure is for the inner-balance types out there (you know who you are). Seek out the best eats in Delhi, snap a selfie at the Taj Mahal, take a sunrise boat cruise down the Ganges in Varanasi, and get up early in Rishikesh for some yoga in an ashram. Spiritual enough for you?
Day 1: Delhi
Namaste! Welcome to Delhi. Today is an arrival day with no planned activities, except a welcome meeting at 6 pm where you'll meet your tour leader and fellow travel pals. After this important meeting, why not continue the introductions over an optional group dinner.
Day 2: Agra - Overnight train
Take a morning train to Agra, then it’s off to check out the one, the only, Taj Mahal. A local guide will tell you all about it and explain why it’s often called the world’s greatest monument to love (and don’t forget your camera). In the evening, catch an overnight train to to Varanas.
Day 3: Varanasi
Arrive early in the morning in Varanasi. Head straight to the hotel to freshen up, then plunge head first into this holy city, which is one of the world's oldest. Explore the narrow laneways and backstreets on a walking tour with your guide, then watch the world go by along the ghats. Your evening is free for you to chill out or explore some more.
Day 4: Varanasi - Overnight train
Wake up early and experience one of the highlights of your time in India. This morning, jump in boats and watch the sunrise over the Ganges. Pilgrims bathing, cremation fires and riverside haircuts – India is best before dawn and this is the best way to see it. The rest of your day is free to explore, before catching an overnight train to Delhi.
Day 5: Delhi
Arrive back in Delhi, freshen up, then head out on a walking tour around the commercial heart of Delhi, visiting Chandni Chowk (Sheeshganj Gurudwara) and Connaught Place along the way. Explore Old Delhi on a bicycle rickshaw to dig that little bit deeper. You'll then have some free time to do as much sightseeing as you can before your next stop.
Day 6: Rishikesh
Take a morning train north to Rishikesh. In the afternoon we’ll set off on a guided walk around the city. Later you may want to wander by the river, seek out a sitar or tabla lesson, or do more exploring through the city on two wheels. Tonight we camp at a site just outside of town.
Day 7: Rishikesh
What does one do in the yoga capital of the world? Yoga, of course. Enjoy an optional yoga lesson in the early morning or, for something more thrilling, whitewater raft down the Ganges. In the evening, maybe take a stroll along the holy Ganges River as temple bells ring and the nightly fire ritual of Ganga Aarti begins.
Day 8: Delhi
Take a morning train back to Delhi. The day is free for you to explore the city however you like. Maybe check out the World Heritage-listed Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar or Red Fort of Delhi. Or find a spot to grab a beer and chill. This is a good chance to grab some eats with your new travel pals before you all go your separate ways – perhaps some stuffed parathas, golden-brown aloo tikki or some tangy yogurt-drenched chaat.
Day 9: Delhi
That's all folks. This is the end of the adventure. There are no activities planned for today. Time to hit the beach?
Please Note: This tour is only applicable for 18 to 29 year olds.
1 Breakfast(s) Included
1 Lunch(es) Included
1 Dinner(s) Included
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