Explore el Triángulo Dorado de la India en este tour privado de 4 días a través de Delhi, Agra y Jaipur. Observe de cerca la Puerta de la India y el Raj Ghat mientras descubre las calles de Delhi con su guía. Luego viaje en un vehículo privado a través de las ruinas del Imperio Mughal, visite los sitios que figuran en la lista de la UNESCO como el Taj Mahal y Fatehpur Sikri en Agra, y tome un paseo en jeep hasta el Fuerte Amber. Obtenga acceso privilegiado a la historia real de Jaipur en un viaje al City Palace y disfrute de un alojamiento de 5 estrellas con desayuno incluido.
Vea tres sitios del Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO: el Taj Mahal, el Fuerte de Agra y Fatehpur Sikri y aprenda sobre las maravillas arquitectónicas del Imperio Mughal
Viaje con un conductor privado en un vehículo con aire acondicionado hacia y desde los lugares
Tu guía privado asegura una experiencia más personal.
Se incluye alojamiento de 5 estrellas con desayuno, más recogida en el aeropuerto / hotel y traslado.
Sigue a tu guía en una aventura de 4 días que destaca la historia, la arquitectura, la cultura y las tradiciones de algunas de las ciudades más fascinantes de la India. Este tour privado incluye recogida y devolución en su hotel de Delhi o el Aeropuerto Internacional Indira Gandhi, así como transporte en un vehículo privado con aire acondicionado. Se incluye alojamiento de cinco estrellas y desayuno buffet, y su guía le recomendará con gusto restaurantes locales para el almuerzo y la cena (a su cargo).
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This was a spectacular tour! I can't...
, nov 2017
This was a spectacular tour! I can't recommend it highly enough. It's the second time I've done the same tour. This time with a friend of mine. The one and only critizism I have was the first hotel we stayed in in Delhi. I can't remember the name but the hotel was pretty run down looking and the service was not impressive. The first time I went with my husband and we stayed at La Meridian which was exceptional. This second hotel definitely didn't live up to the first, however everything else was great. My least favorite part was that in each city we were taken to shops that clearly had a relationship with the guides and though they kept saying there was no pressure to buy, there was. Also, by the second time I went I had learned that the prices they were selling rugs for was NOT the great bargain they tried to get you to believe. Prices for rugs were better in Jaipur than in New Delhi so if you are wanting to buy, you might consider waiting.
As always with the many viator tours we have taken, the guides were professional and knowledgeable and I felt that by taking the tour we saw and learned far more than we would have on our own.
Another thing I learned the second time around is to request that you go by sunrise to the Taj Mahal. Our first guide only mentioned the option at the end of the day! Not only is the light beautiful though not always the pink that people hope for, but the crowds were lighter.
I have been to India several times for work and have not enjoyed it so when the opportunity came up to go to India on vacation with my daughter, I decided to do a tour to control the chaos and crowds. It was a very well run and organized tour. I recommend staying at the Maidens when staying in Delhi...this was a top notch historic hotel. We stayed at the Trident hotels in Agra and Jaipur and they were also nice although 5 star might be a bit overrated. It turned out the driver stayed with us the entire trip and each day we would pick up a tour guide who was a specialist in each city. PK was our driver and was a very kind and helpful driver and advisor along the trip. Each tour guide was also fantastic and specialist in their city. The only confusion along the way was our driver and tour guides were not very knowledgable about what was or was not included in my package and kept asking me what was included. I had to pull up the Viatour website on my phone to show them and clear it up. I had already given my voucher to the greeting person at the airport but that did not seem to explain anything to them. Hopefully Viatour and Sita, the local tour company, can work on their communications and not put the customer in the middle next time. A few more tips....do not eat in the hotels, they are very expensive and PK will take you to any restaurant you want. Going to the Taj Mahal at 5:30am was a good idea to miss the crowds and get nice pictures with the sun coming up. Yes, the driver is instructed to take you to designated stores to buy stuff. Sita is payed lots of money to do this. We said yes sometimes and no othertimes depending on our interest. I do not feel any stress about going in....you are not obligated to buy and just try to enjoy the experience. I enjoyed the entire tour and would call this a bubble vacation where everything is handled and you are somewhat insulated but if you have never been to India, this is the way to go the first time.
Overall the tour was great. We have tour guides in each city we visited and a very reliable driver, Hamesh who drove us in delhi, Agra and Jaippur. All the tour guides were very knowledgeable about all the interesting cities we visited. The ITC Hotel in Agra is really magnificent and is just 5-10 minutes away from Taj Mahal The ITC hotel is definitely a 5 star. Trident Hotel in Jaipur is also a 5 star hotel and equally clean and beautiful. However, Welcome Hotel in Dwarka located in Delhi is a run-down hotel that needs major renovation and we rate this hotel as 1.5-2 stars. The hotel in Delhi is the only negative part of this tour. Overall, the tour was well-planned with detailed itineraries in each city.
Our first trip to India and it was an Amazing tour... Excellent hotels... very good food.... Perfect itinerary.... great guides ... No worries they pick you up from airport and back.. They took care of all the details. Highly recommended... you will enjoy it
For a first-timer and a solo-traveler in India like me, this tour gave me such a memorable experience, in beautiful way. I was very-well served and accompanied by the tour guide and the driver for the whole trip as if I was a VIP. The whole trip and great places that I visited was in my pace and rhythm so I could really enjoy.... And the hotels....ohhh their service and hospitality were the best!
Although it was costly but really really worth it! This is the best choice if you want to enjoy such a luxury private tour!
The Old/New Delhi portion of the tour was a joke. We were taken to a sweat shop and harassed by the manager to buy something while our guide just sat there and made phone calls. It did not feel comfortable or safe at all. The sites were mostly just drive-by views of the monuments from the road. To go inside the Jama Masjid mosque was extra. Agra and Jaipur were better, but the Jaipur tour involved another stop at some factory with a high-pressure sales pitch. On group tours these aren't as much of a problem, but on a private tour it can be very uncomfortable. The guides only wanted to stick to the itinerary, so there wasn't much opportunity to stop and take pictures of monuments you were passing but not on the itinerary. You would assume on a private tour there would be more flexibility. The hotels were the highlight of the tour, but these same hotels can be booked through an online hotel booking website. If you are looking for flexibility but also the relative safety of a group tour, these are not the tours for you.
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