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Explore the rich history of the Moghuls as you travel through the heart of the Rajasthan. Starting in historic Delhi, go on to discover the beautiful lake palaces in Udaipur, the impressive fortress-dominated Jodhpur, the marble purity of the Jain Temples at Rankapur and the majesty of the "Pink City" of Jaipur. In Agra, marvel at the perfection of the Taj Mahal that is beyond comparison before finishing in India's holiest city, Varanasi where the veneration of Hindu Gods reaches its pinnacle.smrtovnice
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The Rajasthan is one of the most visually stunning and historically fascinating parts of India, and is a treasure trove of palaces, fortresses, temples and other architectural wonders of the Mughal Empire. This in-depth, 2-week tour takes you not only to the well-known cities of Agra, home of the iconic Taj Mahal a UNESO heritage site and considered the pinnacle of Mughal art in India, the pink-walled city of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur. Deep in the countryside you'll visit Pushkar, famous for its seasonal camel fairs, and Jaisalmer with its golden city walls surrounded by the Thar Desert.smrtovnice
This journey through Tamil Nadu and Kerala introduces you to a rich mix of culture and scenery. Marvel at the cliff-side carvings of Mamallapuram, walk through India's biggest temple complex in Trichy, see the fabulous Chola Bronzes in Tanjore and visit many diverse crafts centres and markets. In Kerala's lush landscapes learn about its plantations and spice gardens before seeing the wildlife of the Periyar Tiger Reserve while on foot, on elephant back and by boat. Relax on a private houseboat, exploring the tranquil backwaters and canals around Alleppy, then finish the tour in historic Cochin, founded by the Portuguese in the early 16th Century.Details
The state of Kerala is a lush tropical paradise of historic towns, hilltop plantations and scenic coastlines. After touring Cochin, a former 16th Century, Portuguese colony, look for wildlife in the Periyar Reserve and then explore the glorious backwaters around the village of Kumarakom before spending 24 hours on board a luxury houseboat traversing the area's tranquil canals. The remainder of the tour is spent relaxing on one of Southern India's most popular beaches, Kovalam, enjoying the resort's facilities and watching beautiful sunsets over the Indian Ocean.smrtovnice
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