Incredible, chaotic and inspiring, this is the real India. India Unplugged is a far-flung adventure to one of the planet's most exotic destinations. See towering fortresses and holy rivers, hang out with camels, and try your hand bargaining in bazaars and if you still have time to check out the Taj Mahal.
Day 01/ 02: Arrive in India's mind-blowing capital and drive into all things Indian - curries, temples, mosques and crowded bazaars
Day 03 /05: take to the Thar Desert dunes on a camel, experiencing the life of a nomad with campfires, flok songs and traditional food
Day 06/ 07: Jodhpur, the colossal Meherangarth Fort dominates the skyline of Jodhpur, where alleys are filled with bazaars offering silver, antiques, and woodwork and textiles glory.
Day 08/10: Udaipur, Chill out with a chai in a rooftop cafe or explore Udaipur's options from cooking and yoga classes to cultural performances and shopping
Day 11: Jojawar in rural Rajasthan, the village of Jojawar is home to the tribal Rabari people and their camel herds
Day 12/13: Pushkar, This local market town draws desert tribal people for trade and is also a major pilgrimages site. It is hard to ignore Pushkar's spiritual vibe.
Day 14/15: Jaipur, the "Pink City" has enough bazaars to keep you busy for a month. Visit Amber Fort and catch a Bollywood film at the Raj Mandir. Hollywood rocks!
Day 16/17: Agra, Head on to Agra via the ghost town of Fatehpur Sikri and see the world famous monuments to love -the Taj Mahal. Check out the Red Fort and perhaps learn how to make a carpet.
Day 18/20: Varanasi, The sights and sounds of Varanasi are out of this world. Join pilgrims on the riverside ghats listening to hypnotic puja bells while watching sacred ceremonial rites.
Day 21/22: Kolkata, known as the "City of Joy" Kolkata is a vibrant cultural centre and one of India's most frenetic and friendly cities.
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Note: After end of the India trip, you can extend your great holiday to Nepal for trekking to the World’s highest peak Mt Everest (8848m) base camp, visit to Buddha’s birth place-Lumbini, and sightseeing tour in holiest Pasupatinath temple including lots of historical and world heritage sites. You can also combine a trip Tibet through Nepal.
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Two weeks holiday in Nepal with Mission Eco-Trek
My wife and I took a 2 week tour in Nepal with Mission Eco-Trek in Feb 2011 and had a fantastic time. Mission Eco-Trek provided the very highest caliber guides and Ram Kumar (the proprietor) personally made sure that everything went smoothly. When storms caused our original flights to be cancelled and then cancelled for a second time, he graciously accommodated our changes at no extra cost. The cost was reasonable and the services provided were exceptional -even beyond what we had expected from the contract....
Kevin & Jacque
New York, USA