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SUGGESTED PROGRAM FOR INCENTIVE TOURS:

THE RAJ
ASTHAN INCENTIVE

Duration : 11 nights / 12 days

Cities
covered :
Delhi - Udaipur - Jodhpur - Jaipur - Samode - Agra - Delhi

Highlights
: It is not by chance that this comprehensive tour of Rajasthan has been called ‘The Rajputana Incentive’. An abundance of deserts, forts and palaces makes Rajasthan one of India’s most diverse and exciting states.
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[Best suitable for 6 travelers and above]

Day 1 - DELHI
Arrive Delhi. Our representative will meet the group on arrival and escort them to hotel.
Traditional Welcome on arrival at the hotel in specially reserved area/room of the hotel. The area is decorated with flower arrangements, soft sitar music is provided in the background. An assortment of cocktails and snacks are provided.

Afternoon city sightseeing tour of New Delhi visiting Qutab Minar-234 feet high tower, nearby stands the Iron pillar, the Tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun, the modern Birla Mandir Temple. Drive past India Gate (War Memorial), President’s House, which was once the Viceroy’s Palace, Parliament House and Secretarial Buildings.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 2 - DELHI
Morning city tour of Old Delhi visiting Red Fort, Jama Masjid, drive past Chandni Chowk and visit Raj Ghat – the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi.
Rest of the day free. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3 – DELHI / UDAIPUR
Morning transfer to airport to board flight for Udaipur.
Meeting and transfer to the hotel. Check in at hotel.
Later city sightseeing tour visiting the City Palace, Jagdish Temple & drive around Fatehsagar Lake, Sahelion Ki Bari (Queen’s resort for her friends) and Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir (Folk Art Museum).

Late afternoon enjoy boat ride on Lake Pichola and visit Jag Niwas Palace built in the middle of the lake. Visit Borra Nahal, Khas Mahal and the courts, gardens and fountains.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 4 – UDAIPUR / JODHPUR
(261 kms)
Depart by coach for Jodhpur. En route visit Ranakpur, famous for the Jain temple dates back to the 15th century. It has 29 halls, supported by more than 1444 pillars, each different. Intricate carvings adorn the interiors of the vast temple complex. Nearby are two more Jain temples and a temple to the Sun God.
Lunch at Maharani Bagh Orchard Retreat.
After lunch proceed for Jodhpur. Arrive and check in at hotel.
Rest of the day free. Overnight at hotel.

Day 5 - JODHPUR
Morning city tour of Jodhpur visiting the Mehrangarh Fort, situated on a low sandstone Hill, including Moti-Mahal and Phool Mahal. Also visit Jaswant Thada - an imposing Marble Memorium built in 1899.
Rest of the day free
Overnight at hotel.

Day 6 – JODHPUR / JAIPUR
In time transfer to the airport to board flight for Jaipur.
Meeting and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 7 - JAIPUR
Morning sightseeing tour visiting Amber Fort. You ride up to the ramp of this 11th Century Baston atop a gaily decorated elephant. Thereafter, proceed for city sightseeing, visiting the Maharaja’s City Palace which now houses a museum containing rare manuscripts, fine specimens of Rajput and Mughal paintings and weapons. Observatory and drive past Mahal, the Palace of Winds and, through the pink-rose residential and business areas.

Afternoon free for shopping. Jaipur is a major gems and jewellery centre where one can find some of the finest Jewellery besides woolen carpets & cotton rugs, hand-block printed Sanganeri & Bagru cotton fabrics.

Day 8 – JAIPUR / SAMODE
(40 Kms)
Morning depart by coach for Samode.
Samode, nestled picturesquely amid the rugged countryside is today the residence of Rawal Raja Ragvendra Singh.
Arrive and check in at Samode Palace.
Later explore the Palace. Overnight at Palace hotel.

Day 9 – SAMODE / AGRA
(284 Kms)
Morning depart by coach for Agra. En route visiting Fatehpur Sikri - a cultural and imperial capital conceived and built by Emperor Akbar. Continue your journey to Agra. Arrive and check in at the hotel.

Day 10 - AGRA
Morning city sightseeing tour of Agra visiting the world famous Taj Mahal built by Emperor Shahjahan for his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal. Also visit Agra Fort, an impressive cluster of Palaces, fortresses and mosques, on the banks of river Yamuna across Taj Mahal and handicraft emporium to see marble inlay work done by craftsman.
Rest of the day free. Overnight at hotel.

Day 11 – AGRA / DELHI
(230 Kms)
Morning depart by coach for Delhi. Arrive and check-in at hotel.
Rest of the day free. Overnight at hotel.

Day 12 - DEPART DELHI
In time transfer to International Airport to board flight for onward destination.


SPECIAL EVENTS:

DELHI
1. Dinner in a Speciality Restaurant (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Be it an Indian, Chinese, Italian or French Food, New Delhi abounds with a varied choice of speciality restaurants.

A special menu, which is specifically designed with the logo of the company printed on it, is presented to each group member. A part or whole of the restaurant is exclusively reserved for the group. Tent cards bearing the name of the group are placed on each table, lending an exclusivity to the group’s evening. Western Bank can be provided, if required.

2. Henna and Tea (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Henna (mehandi) is applied to ladies palms in intricate designs by a professional: after a while the green paste is washed away leaving behind an overprint of the motifs in a rich auburn colour that lasts for several days. This programme can be organised over tea, so you can show off your Indian ‘makeup’ over dinner.

3. Sari Tying Demonstration (Minimum: 15 Pax)

The sari is the elegant attire of the Indian woman, and you will he shown how to drape six yards of the fabric into the deft folds of this dress. Ladies from the group will be invited to wear a sari, and the one who can drape it the fastest wins a prize.

UDAIPUR
1. Lily Pond Dinner (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Dine under the stars at the picturesque Lily Pond at the Lake Palace. The Buffet consists of the variety of Soups, Starters, Salads, Chinese, Continental dishes and Indian specialties (Indian fiery curries for the strong hearted) and deserts with the accompaniment of Indian Classical Music.

JODHPUR
1. Dinner on the Ramparts (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Experience the pleasure of dinning in the noble surroundings at the Mehrangargh Fort where selected portions of the fort are specially illuminated for you.

Depending on the season you can relax on the ramparts under the starlit sky, and listed to the sounds waiting up from the walled city below - as many a Maharajah may have done in days gone by. Then savour sumpuous Barbeque, traditional breads hot from the oven and your choice in liquors, while the famous Langa community entertains you with liting folk ballads of Jodhpur.

JAIPUR
1. Royal Welcome (Minimum : 15 Pax)

In the hey-days of the Maharajas, they welcomed their honoured guests with colourful pageantry. A Royal Welcome is accorded to groups on their arrival at the hotel with decorated camels, elephant, horses lined up and ladies in traditional Rajasthani costumes perform the “Arti” ritual.

“Arti” - young girls hold trays in their hands containing an oil-wick lamp, small “Katories” filled with moist vemnillion powder which is applied with the middle finger on the forehead of the guest. The tray is moved around the face of the guest once.

2. Rajasthani Evening (Minimum : 15 Pax)

A typical Rajasthani village is created for this evening. Mud walls, gaily painted with an entrance, are built around the gardens of a palace. Food stalls are built, with thatched roofs, where Rajasthani ladies cool local food in traditional earthen-ware pots and a demonstration of their cooking can be seen as group members partake of this special meal. Continental food is also served. Stalls are also put up displaying local wares such as puppets, ladies making bangles, black-smiths of the gypsy clan can be seen at their trade, henna is applied on the hands of ladies from the group. Entertainment is provided by troupes of folk dances and musicians.

SAMODE
1. Royal Samode Dinner

Dinner is held in grand Durbar Hall and served in traditional Rajasthani “Thali” (tray). Guests are seated on soft mattresses with cushions and bolsters. While folk dancers whirl in gay abandon.

The evening comes to an end with a spirited extravaganza of dazzling fireworks which light up the night sky.

AGRA
1. Mughal Theme Dinner (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Agra being synonymous with the great Mughals, a special evening is arranged in the banquet hall of the hotel. On arrival, ladies are presented with a silk scarf and gentlemen with a brocade turban. Guests are seated on the carpeted floor with cushions and bolsters in Mughal style. A sumptuous meal of the Mughal dishes is served and a special programme on Indian music and dances arranged.

2. Kite Flying (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Battle over a gaily papered kites as you participate in the popular sport of the royal homes. As the kites soar in an azure sky, you can attempt to be the winner by allowing the powder glass coated string of your kite to cut those of others. what a day of excitement and fun !

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