India's North & South - Premium Adventure

India's North & South - Premium Adventure

15 Days Starting in Delhi and ending in Kovalam

Visiting: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Neemrana Fort-Palace, Kochi, Munnar, Periyar, Periyar National Park, Alappuzha, Kovalam, Kanyakumari, Kerala, Taj Mahal

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

AIR

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

4 - 16

Physical rating:

Leisurely

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus

Trip Styles:

Adventure Tours

Activities:

Sightseeing, Walking

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Tour Overview

Experience the astonishing diversity of India on this highlight-packed adventure that encompasses both the pulsating North and chilled-out South. We start by exploring the three cities that form the Golden Triangle: frenetic Delhi; Agra, home to the Taj Mahal; and the Pink City of Jaipur. We then fly south to gaze over vast tea estates, cruise the Kerala backwaters and spot wildlife with an indigenous guide. A hand-picked selection of accommodations and off-the-tourist-track adventures make this trip ideal for anyone who wants to experience everything India offers.

Highlights

  • Experience the diverse cultures of North and South India

  • Explore the Delhi backstreets with people who lived within them as children

  • See architectural wonders, including the Taj Mahal

  • Enjoy a nature walk and afternoon boat cruise in Periyar National Park

  • Cruise the Kerala backwaters from the comfort of a traditional houseboat

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Arrive In The Bustling City Of Delhi. Afternoon Visit Humayun’S Tomb
Location: Delhi
Meals Included: dinner

The adventure begins in Delhi, one of the three cities that comprises the Golden Triangle. There are free arrival transfers available for any flight, provided you have supplied your sales representative with your flight details in advance and have requested one.
Make sure you arrive at the start hotel by midday to join the afternoon tour. Your local leader will meet you at the hotel (a time is provided on arrival) and you'll head out for a gentle introduction to the city, visiting Humayun’s Tomb. This Unesco World Heritage site was built by Hamida Banu Begam, the widow of Mughal emperor Humayun.
Relax this evening and get to know your travel companions over dinner in the hotel before a restful night’s sleep.
Accommodation: Maidens Hotel (or similar)

Day 2 : Delhi; New To Old, Experience The Delights Off The Beaten Path
Location: Delhi
Meals Included: breakfast

Your journey through India starts with a jam-packed tour around the frenetic city of Delhi. We start in New Delhi this morning, driving past fine colonial buildings, including Rashtrapati Bhavan, a 320-acre (130ha) estate built by British architect Edwin Lutyens in 1931, which comprises the official residence of the President of India, Parliament House, and India Gate, a memorial to soldiers who died in the First World War.
We then visit Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, a Sikh place of worship, before stopping at their community kitchen to meet the people who serve food to thousands of the most impoverished Delhi citizens every day. We then see the Raj Ghat (the cremation ground of Mahatma Gandhi) before finishing the morning at Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in Old Delhi.
This afternoon is dedicated to exploring the sights and sounds of Delhi in ways that support local communities and charities. You'll see a side of Old Delhi few tourists get to visit on a walking tour led by guides who lived on the street as children. Curious and enthusiastic, they’re just as likely to ask questions as to answer them as you make your way around the hectic streets and bustling alleyways.
Accommodation: Maidens Hotel (or similar)

Day 3 : To Agra. Afternoon Visit Of Agra Fort
Location: Agra
Meals Included: breakfast

After breakfast, we drive (four to five hours, traffic dependent) to Agra, our second point in the Golden Triangle, and arrive at our hotel to freshen up.
This afternoon, we visit Agra Fort, which was built by the third Mughal emperor Akbar. Its mighty red sandstone walls protect the white-marble Pearl Mosque within, plus the palace, courtyards and gardens.
Accommodation: Clarks Shiraz (or similar)

Day 4 : Sunrise At The Taj Mahal Before Travelling To Jaipur, Stopping At The Abhaneri Step Well En Route
Location: Agra, Jaipur
Meals Included: breakfastdinner

The day starts with a sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal, considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. This beautiful white-marble monument was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Please note, if there is morning fog expected, then instead of sunrise, we visit the Taj Mahal after an early breakfast.
Late morning, we complete the Golden Triangle, driving to the 18th-century city of Jaipur (approximately five to six hours' drive). Along the way, we'll stop at Abhaneri Step Well. Not your ordinary water well, this architectural treasure is one of the oldest and deepest stepwells in Rajasthan.
Upon arrival in Jaipur, we take the Royal Grandeur tour, an exclusive exploration of the Chandra Mahal, the seven-storey private residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur, which sits within the City Palace complex. During the visit you will see various royal residential areas.
Please note: If we are short on time when arriving in Jaipur, this tour will be moved to the evening of Day 5.
This evening, we have a special dinner arranged at Baradari, a restaurant within the City Palace.
Accommodation: Mandawa Haveli (or similar)

Day 5 : Jaipur's Amer Fort, Bazaars And Foodie Tour
Location: Jaipur
Meals Included: breakfast, lunch

After breakfast, we visit the splendid Amber Fort, which rises above a lake a few miles from the main city. Descending from the fort, we reach the City Palace building in the centre of Jaipur. Formerly the residence of the Maharaja, it is now a museum containing rare manuscripts, paintings, royal garments and weapons.
After working up an appetite from our morning sightseeing, we journey through broad pink avenues of sandstone to explore the colourful bazaars of Jaipur for a walking light lunch. Let your Tour Leader guide you on a foodie adventure, feasting on delicious local snacks and street food. The walk ends at Lakshmi Misthan Bhander, popularly known as LMB, one of the most famous sweet shops in Jaipur. Savour mouth-watering Rajasthani snacks and delightful treats.
The rest of your afternoon and evening is free to relax at the hotel or continue roaming around the old city markets. Jaipur is a centre of many handicrafts, including durries (woven rugs), carpets, printed cloth, semi-precious stones and leatherwear. It will be difficult to leave without buying a small memento.
Accommodation: Mandawa Haveli (or similar)

Day 6 : Feel Like Royalty At Neemrana Fort-Palace
Location: Neemrana Fort-Palace
Meals Included: breakfast, dinner

We say goodbye to Jaipur and head to the glorious 15th-century Neemrana Fort-Palace, a sprawling resort that extends over nine palace wings. Try not to get lost as you relax and recharge from the first half of your trip.
Neemrana Fort-Palace is not just a hotel though; steeped in more than 500 years of history, it has hanging gardens, pools with views over the hillsides, and dromedaries (Arabian camels) that will take you on an unforgettable ride around the area (optional activity).
As the sun sets over the Aravalli hills, enjoy the magical atmosphere as hundreds of lights sparkle across the resort.
Accommodation: Neemrana Fort-Palace Hotel (or similar)

Day 7 : Fly South To Kerala
Location: Delhi, Kochi
Meals Included: breakfast

Spend a relaxed morning at the Fort-Palace Hotel as your journey in North India is coming to an end. We leave the palatial surroundings and head to Delhi Airport for a late afternoon flight to Cochin (or Kochi as it’s otherwise known) in the southern state of Kerala. There’s a wild mix of history and culture in Kerala, influenced by more than 600 years of traders and travellers. The Cochin of today is a centre of Keralan arts and wandering the quaint lanes, which are lined with cafes, galleries and handicraft shops, reveals traditional and contemporary art scenes.
If you're not too tired from the travel, you can join your leader for a waterfront dinner this evening. Enjoy local seafood specialities and curried dishes while gazing over the meeting point of the backwaters and the Arabian Sea.
Accommodation: CGH Casino (or similar)

Day 8 : Cochin Sightseeing, Drive To Munnar
Location: Kochi
Meals Included: breakfast

Cochin has been a main port for centuries and although it is blossoming into a cosmopolitan city it still holds a deep-rooted history and old-world charm, particularly on the small coastal islands of Willingdon and Fort Kochi.
After an early breakfast, we cross over the harbour for a walking tour of the Fort Kochi neighbourhood. Stopping first at the Dutch Palace, built by the Portuguese and presented to Raja Veera Kerala Varma of Kochi, the palace was later renovated by the Dutch and is now a museum for the area. Walking along the seafront, we pass many fisherman stalls selling the day’s catch. Stop to try your hand at working the Chinese fishing nets, imposing cantilevered contraptions that are a legacy of ancient traders. We end the morning tour with a visit to the Jewish Synagogue, the oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth of Nations, situated down a quaint street full of local embroidery and craft shops.
We have time to grab a bite to eat or explore more of the market shops before we continue into the tea hills of Munnar (approximately four to five hours’ drive). The drive to Munnar winds up from the lowlands and backwaters through spice and tea plantations towards the Western Ghats. Entering Munnar, we marvel at the endless rolling hills covered in tea plants.
Accommodation: Devonshire Greens Hotel (or similar)

Day 9 : Morning Walk Through The Tea Plantations To A Hilltop Station
Location: Munnar
Meals Included: breakfast, lunch

Waking up to peaceful views and fresh air, we walk among the beautiful hillside tea plantations this morning. Watch the pickers working and learn the local history and tea-making process from your local guide.
After our walk, we stop to visit the Madupetty Dam, a hydroelectric project constructed in the 1940s for water conservation and electric power. It is also a haven for wildlife. We then continue our drive to the beautiful Top Station, at an altitude of about 5,575ft (1,700m), a great viewpoint to take in Munnar, the Tamil Nadu plains and sprawling tea estates. A packed picnic lunch will be arranged for you here.
For those keen to learn more about tea, this afternoon there is an optional visit to the Tea Museum and factory and your leader can also arrange a tea-tasting experience.
Accommodation: Devonshire Greens Hotel (or similar)

Day 10 : On To Thekkady. Afternoon Spice Plantation Visit And Cooking Demonstration With A Local Family
Location: Periyar
Meals Included: breakfast, dinner

Today we head to Thekkady, driving through the Kerala countryside out of the tea hills and into the spice plantations (approximately four to five hours). We stay at CGH Spice Village, a unique property modelled on the villages of the indigenous Manan community from this region. A representative from CGH Spice Village will take you on a short tour around the hotel’s spice plantation, farm and paper-making station, where you can also try to make paper.
During your stay in Thekkady, you may also want to take in a Kathakali (traditional dance form of Kerala) or Kalaripayattu (oldest martial art form of Kerala) live performance if time. Please speak to your Leader on when the best time to book these in will be.
Late afternoon, we head to a local spice plantation for a tour and insight into the variety of spices and plants grown in the region. Kumily is known as the heartland of spices due to the large number of plantations spread across the region. You can't help but feel nature's power walking between the cardamon leaves, pepper vines, turmeric roots and many more, smelling the aromatic air. This will give an insight into the growing, harvesting and processing of spices. To finish the day, we are welcomed into a family home with a special cooking demonstration and dinner.
Accommodation: CGH Spice Village

Day 11 : Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary; Morning Jungle Walk Followed By Afternoon Boat Cruise On The Lake
Location: Periyar National Park
Meals Included: breakfast, dinner

It's an early start today. We join an indigenous guide at Periyar National Park for a nature walk through the evergreen and moist deciduous forests, which are interspersed with marshy grasslands. On this gentle trek, we come across many different species of birds and butterflies, while looking for some of the rarer wildlife here, including elephants, sloth bears and elusive leopards and tigers.
After our walk, there is free time to wander through the shops and stalls in Thekkady.
This afternoon, we return to the park for a boat cruise (on sharing basis) on Periyar Lake. This will give you an opportunity to see the wildlife that comes near to the lake for water and fodder. The guides on the boat are also very good at spotting wildlife and more than happy to help you snap some great photos.
Dinner this evening will be at 50 Mile, a restaurant in the CGH Spice Village where all ingredients are sourced within 50mi (80km) of the property.
Accommodation: CGH Spice Village

Day 12 : Wake Up With Yoga. Continue To Alleppey And Overnight On A Houseboat
Location: Alappuzha
Meals Included: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Early risers can join a yoga session within the hotel grounds to wake up and feel ready to start the day.
After a relaxed breakfast, we head to Alleppey (approximately four to five hours' drive), where we cruise the Kerala backwaters on a houseboat. These enchanting boats, built of anjili (wild jack) wood and bamboo, transported goods for hundreds of years. Now they have been decorated and made into comfortable cruise boats.
As you meander through tropical vegetation while relaxing on deck, you can observe the daily activities of people living beside the backwaters. There is also a prolific display of bird life, including kingfishers, kestrels and herons. Lunch and dinner are served on board; in the evening, the boat is anchored by a bank and we watch the sun set over paddy fields.
Accommodation: Deluxe houseboat

Day 13 : Leave The Houseboat And Drive To Kovalam
Location: Kovalam
Meals Included: breakfast, dinner

We enjoy breakfast on board before we arrive back in Alleppey and it's time to leave our houseboat and start the drive along the scenic Malabar Coast to the beachside destination of Kovalam (approximately four to five hours' drive). Passing through Quilon for a tea break en route, we make it to our last destination of this epic journey.
Once a relaxing hideaway on the old hippie trail, Kovalam has now been discovered, but the influx of tourism has not diminished this beautiful setting.
Your afternoon is free to relax at the hotel, spend time at the beach or rejuvenate with an Ayurvedic massage. This evening, your leader invites you to join him for a farewell dinner as the sun sets at your hotel with your fellow travellers.
Accommodation: Gokulam Grand Turtle On The Beach (or similar)

Day 14 : Free Day To Relax On The Beach Or Optional Day Trip To Kanyakumari
Location: Kanyakumari
Meals Included: breakfast

Today is free to unwind after a whirlwind journey through India. Walk along the soft, sandy beach or visit the shops for last-minute souvenirs. This is a great chance to enjoy fresh seafood from one of the many small beach restaurants. Try tandoori dishes – the clay ovens add an exquisite taste to bread and curries.
Alternatively, if you still have some energy left you could choose the optional day trip to Kanyakumari, the end point of India where 3 oceans meet, the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Take a ferry over to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, visit the Gandhi Memorial where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were kept before immersing them into the waters and finally see the Kumari Amman temple. Spend some time at the Kanyakumari beach and witness confluence of Indian Ocean, bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. This is a full day trip, usually leaving the hotel after an early breakfast and returning between 6-7pm traffic dependent.
Accommodation: Gokulam Grand Turtle On The Beach (or similar)

Day 15 : Ends In Kovalam
Location: Kovalam
Meals Included: breakfast

The adventure ends today. Begin your return journey home or, if you’d like a bit more time to explore Kovalam, speak to your sales representative about extending your stay.
Please note, airport security does not permit any spices/pepper to be carried in hand luggage so please pack these in your main luggage. Electronic devices and batteries should be packed in hand luggage as these are not permitted in your hold/main luggage.

What's Included

  • Meals
    14 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 7 dinners.

What's Not Included

  • Visas and vaccinations

  • Travel insurance

  • Tips for the Tour Leader

  • Single accommodation (available on request)

Food

All breakfasts, four lunches and seven dinners are included in this trip.



India is famous for its food and there is ample opportunity to try various curries such as the familiar tandoori, biriyani and thali. If you are a vegetarian, India is a great destination. There are wonderful desserts and excellent beers, soft drinks and Indian specialities, such as lassi, a refreshing yoghurt drink.



You should allow at least 1,400-2,400 Indian rupees (US$20-US$35) per day for lunch and dinner. You can eat out very cheaply in India, but if you go to the more expensive restaurants most of the time, you will spend the top of the suggested amount. In most towns we visit, there is a good selection of restaurants and a choice between Indian and Western food. Please note, service in restaurants can be quite slow. Tea and soft drinks are very cheap in the north, a (large!) bottle of beer is approximately 285 rupees (approximately US$4). However, due to Kerala state laws, alcohol licenses are limited to one or two bars in each area and not all hotels are permitted to serve alcohol. The first day of every month in Kerala and certain holidays in India are dry days, when no alcohol is permitted for sale.



Mineral water is widely available, but drinking water is provided in a large container on the bus to reduce our use of plastic, so please bring your own refillable water bottle.

Accommodation

This trip includes eight nights in premium hotels, three nights in heritage stays, two nights in epic stays and one night on a houseboat.



The hotels used are premium or heritage quality (four to five-star, local rating). Our heritage stays have original features and offer a unique step back in time. We include two epic stays, one in the north and one in the south: the medieval Neemrana Fort-Palace and CGH Spice Village. It's worth noting that in Neemrana Fort-Palace, no two rooms are alike due to the building's ancient and protected history. The property layout is unchanged and keeps it's charm from when it was once an active Fort-Palace.



The deluxe houseboats have spacious air-conditioned bedrooms with en suites, plus a sundeck and separate dining area, although the style/layout can vary from boat to boat. Accompanying you on board will be a cook, driver and assistants. Expect traditional Keralan meals prepared for you using local produce. Houseboats have two to five twin-bedded rooms. Larger groups may be split over several boats; however, the group will come together for riverside stops and the overnight anchor point where your leader will be on-hand.



Please note, the gas water heaters on some houseboats are open-flued systems, as used in many parts of India. While this complies with Indian law, it does not meet UK standards and therefore we must inform travellers that there is a risk (while minimal) of carbon monoxide emissions. We have asked our leaders, where applicable, to install a carbon monoxide alarm, and to brief your group about keeping their rooms ventilated at night (ie window open) to ensure sufficient air circulation.

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Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Indias North & South - Premium adventure

Great holiday excellent guide

Indias North & South - Premium adventure

Our guide Mayank made the trip outstanding and our drivers and local guides were excellent as well.

India's North & South - Premium Adventure

Trip was excellent, leader was outstanding. Pre-trip organisation etc was smooth with responsive staff on phone and email.

India's North & South - Premium Adventure

Our guide Mayank made the trip outstanding and our drivers and local guides were excellent as well.

India Premium

A trip of two very different halves. The busy bustling Golden Triangle followed by the calm and beauty of Kerala.

Indias North & South - Premium adventure

Trip was excellent, leader was outstanding. Pre-trip organisation etc was smooth with responsive staff on phone and email.

India's North & South - Premium Adventure

Great Holiday, Excellent Guide.

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