Incredible India

17 days | Delhi to Mumbai

Deal Details

Travel Dates

Feb - Apr, Sep - Nov 2024; Jan - Apr 2025

Priced From

$5,030 per person
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Embark on a comprehensive 17-day journey that encapsulates all the must-see sites of India, a country renowned for its unique blend of tradition and innovation, coupled with a wealth of diverse landscapes and historic monuments. Begin your adventure in the vibrant capital, Delhi, immersing yourself in its bustling energy before exploring the famed Golden Triangle—Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur.

Delve into the spiritual ambiance of Varanasi, where you can immerse yourself in local culture and witness the mesmerizing Grand Prayer Ceremony along the sacred Ganges River. Experience regal living in Rajasthan, exploring a world that boasts a vivid contrast of colors and traditions. Discover the hidden gems off the beaten path alongside popular attractions, gaining insights into the local lifestyle and cultural diversity.

Cap off your journey in Mumbai, where the dynamic cityscape reveals a tapestry of contemporary and historic marvels. This tour promises an all-encompassing exploration, offering a rich tapestry of India's landscapes, monuments, and the vibrant tapestry of its people.


Dates Twin NZ$ per person Single NZ$ per person
22 Feb - 09 Mar $5,398 $7,081
17 Mar - 03 Apr ~ $5,947 $7,840
11 - 27 Apr $5,030 $6,338
19 Sep - 05 Oct $5,318 $6,874
25 Oct - 10 Nov + $6,048 $8,012
14 - 30 Nov $5,703 $7,554
23 Jan - 08 Feb, 16 Feb - 04 Mar $5,703 $7,554
06 - 23 Mar ~ $6,254 $8,312
17 Apr - 03 May $5,215 $6,727

~ Holi     + Diwali

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  • 16 Nights deluxe accommodation Travel
  • Sightseeing and transfers by chartered air-conditioned vehicle
  • Group assistance Sightseeing as specified
  • Meals as specified
  • Accompanied Tour Manager (minimum 07 people)
  • Monument entrance fees Rickshaw ride in Delhi
  • Jeep ride at Jaipur
  • Village experience
  • Walking food tour in Lucknow
  • Airfare Udaipur - Mumbai in economy class
  • Train ticket in air-conditioned class
  • Boat ride at Varanasi
  • Udaipur Dharavi Slum Tour
  • Bottled water while travelling
  • All current taxes


  • Guaranteed departure with a minimum of 4 passengers 
  • Suggested gratuity of NZ$150 per person for your Driver, Tour Guide/Manager
  • Any items of a personal nature, not listed above are at an additional cost.
  • Contact World Travellers for an International return Airfare.


Day 1: Arrive Delhi
On arrival at the airport, meet your Tour Manager who will assist you to transfer to the hotel. Stay two nights in Delhi.

Day 2: Delhi 
Enjoy breakfast followed by a briefing before starting the full day sightseeing of Delhi. Visit Jama Masjid, Qutab Minar, India Gate and explore Chandni Chowk bazaar by rickshaw. (B,D)

Day 3: Delhi – Varanasi 
Transfer to board the morning train to Varanasi. Evening witness the breath-taking Ganga Aarti ceremony. Stay two nights in Varanasi. (B,D)

Day 4: Varanasi 
An early morning start for a heritage walk and sunrise boat ride on the Ganges to witness the perpetual movement of the pilgrims on the steps. After breakfast enjoy a city tour and then take an excursion to Sarnath where Lord Buddha preached his first sermon at the deer park after his enlightenment. Later we explore the silk weaving village observing the art of silk weaving and shop for beautiful souvenirs. (B,D)

Day 5: Varanasi – Lucknow
Travel to Lucknow, known as ’The City of Nawabs’, this bustling city is home to exceptional Islamic and British Rajera architecture, some fascinating bazaars and amazing food, and is truly a unique mix of the ancient and the modern. In the evening enjoy a walking food tour which allows you to hop in, hop-out of the world-famous traditional roadside eateries. Stay two nights in Lucknow. (B,D)

Day 6: Lucknow 
Enjoy a city sightseeing tour and visit Bada Imambara, a famous monument of Lucknow, Government Museum. In the afternoon visit a chikan workshop that will mesmerise you as you watch skilled workers delicately working in unique styles and stitches on very light cotton cloths. Also, take a leisure walk in Hazrat Ganj and Aminabad’s local bazaar. (B,D)

Day 7: Lucknow – Agra 
After breakfast travel to Agra, home of the Taj Mahal. Visit to a marble inlay workshop to see artisans creating a masterpiece in marble and precious gemstones. Stay overnight in Agra. (B,D) 

Day 8: Agra – Jaipur 
Early morning visit the Taj Mahal, the world’s greatest monument of love and devotion with its superb craftsmanship of semi-precious stones inlaid into the marble in beautiful patterns. After breakfast visit the impressive 16th century Agra Fort a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Travel to Jaipur, famous for colourful markets filled with textiles, jewellery and fantastic souvenirs. Stay two nights in Jaipur. (B,D)

Day 9: Jaipur 
Start a full-day sightseeing tour with an excursion to the majestic Amber Fort, constructed from yellow and pink sandstone and gleaming white marble. Back in the city, photo stop at Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds and visit City Palace Museum. Late afternoon
women will have Heena painting, and men will learn the art of Rajasthani Turban tying. Enjoy exploring the local bazaar in the evening. (B,D)

Day 10: Jaipur – Jodhpur 
Today drive to Jodhpur, a bustling desert city the second-largest city in Rajasthan with a landscape dominated by the massive Mehrangarh Fort atop a sheer rocky ridge. Evening free to explore the Sadar Bazaar famous for glass bangles, rugged camel leather mojari slippers and incredible fabrics. Stay two nights in Jodhpur. (B,D)

Day 11: Jodhpur Sightseeing 
Morning enjoy a city tour and visit Mehrangarh Fort nestled atop a hill, at a height of 410 ft above the city, and stands as a majestic citadel of colossal proportions also go to Jaswant Thada, an imposing marble cenotaph. (B,D) 

Day 12: Jodhpur – Udaipur 
Drive to Udaipur and en-route visit Ranakpur, renowned for its Jain temples with intricately carved marble pillars and domes believed to have been built in 1439 AD. The temple rests on 1444 elegantly carved pillars no two pillars are identical. Stay two
nights in Udaipur. (B,D)

Day 13: Udaipur Sightseeing 
Start your full-day sightseeing tour with visit to City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Museum, Jag Mandir, Saheliyon-Ki-Bari and Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir which is an Indian folk-art museum. Conclude your evening with a boat ride on Lake Pichola. (B,D)

Day 14: Udaipur – Mumbai 
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before the transfer to board your flight to Mumbai. On arrival transfer to the hotel, the remaining day is free to relax. Stay three nights in Mumbai. (B,D)

Day 15: Dharavi Slum & City Tour 
In the morning we enjoy a city sightseeing tour of Mumbai and visit, the Gateway of India, Hanging Garden and Dhobi Ghat. Our afternoon visit to Dharavi demonstrates why it is the heart of a small-scale industry in Mumbai. Many people know Dharavi as the ‘largest slum in Asia’, but there is much more to this historic area of Mumbai than poverty. This place is the best example of multicultural and multireligious as the temples, mosques and churches stand side by side. (B,D)

Day 16: Elephanta & Bazaar 
We enjoy an excursion to Elephanta Island and visit beautiful caves dating back to the 5th Century. On our return we explore Crawford Markets, having goodies for everyone that bring back childhood memories no matter where you were born. (B,D)

Day 17: Mumbai Departure 
After breakfast tour finishes with a direct transfer to Mumbai airport. (B)

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