Travel to india and nepal prices
Traveling through India and Thailand is a way to potentiate all our sensations: we will raise the volume with the pulsating streets of Delhi, the color with the markets and the bazaars of spices, and the brightness with the sight of the white Taj Mahal. To visit India is to visit the cradle of the world’s four major religions: Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. From north to south, we will discover the charm of the cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and then visit the most important Thai temples. This is a journey that will mark your destiny, because this adventure has it all.
Exploring the most important sites of Delhi. After breakfast, we will visit India’s largest mosque, Jama Masjid, located in the heart of old Delhi. Afterwards, we will approach the place where Gandhi was cremated, called Raj Ghat. From this important avenue we will discover the most important government buildings, to finish the tour at the India Gate, an arch built in honor of the soldiers killed during the First World War. Later, we will visit the Sikh Temple, a temple of the Sikhist doctrine, where food is provided free of charge to thousands of people every day. We will be able to enjoy the chants and prayers, while we contemplate its wonderful and cozy architecture. To conclude the day we will visit the impressive Qutub Minar Minaret, one of the tallest stone towers in the world, measuring 72 meters high. Dinner at the hotel.
We will continue the tour to see Raj Ghat, the memorial to Gandhi, and we will also see other monuments such as the Gateway of India, the Parliament and the Presidential Palace. Finally, we will see the highest minaret in the world, Qutub Minar, and a Sikh temple.
We will drive to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. This town is known for its buildings dominated by the color pink, which represents the hospitality of the Rajput culture. It was founded by Rajah Jai Singh in the eighteenth century and is protected by forts and palaces that inspired fairy tales. Along the way we will be able to see the contrast of Delhi and Indian village life.
At the appointed time we will head to Amber Fort. We will ride an elephant up to the top, where the fort and its majestic wall are located. On the hill, we will have a view of the city of Amber along the Maota Lake.
In the afternoon, we will drive to Jaipur. There we will visit the City Palace, also known as the Maharaja’s Palace, a museum that was once the residence of the royal family. Then continue to Jantar Mantar, which means magic in India, is the largest observatory in the world, built with stone and marble between 1728 and 1734.
Travel to Thailand
Your trip to India and Thailand includes: tour of New Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, New Delhi, Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Siem Reap, Bangkok, excursions with English speaking guide and daily accommodation with breakfast. Not included: taxes 8% (bcarios. gtos., adm. e iva). Consult airfare.
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport for flight to Chiang Rai. Arrival and welcome by our English speaking guide. Continuation by mini bus and visit to the Golden Triangle, where the borders of Myanmar, Laos and Thailand meet along the Mekong River. Traditional boat ride enjoying the daily life of the Lao people. Lunch at local restaurant. In the afternoon, visit to the Opium House before visiting Akha and Yao ethnic minority villages. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast. Transfer to Chiang Mai airport and departure by flight to Siem Reap. Arrival at Siem Reap International Airport, visa formalities and welcome by the guide and transfer to the hotel. Lunch. Transfer to the most important temple of Siem Reap: Angkor Wat, the architectural jewel of the Khmer Empire. Weather permitting we can enjoy a magnificent sunset. Return to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
It is difficult to expose negative points about Thailand… maybe because it is so much for tourism, it has lost a bit of its authenticity for travelers looking for more authentic experiences discarding comfort… in that case we have the neighboring countries, such as Laos, Cambodia or Burma, where the tourist has not yet invaded every corner and you can get lost in villages where they are not so prepared to receive tourists.
We hope we have helped you to choose between some of the most demanded destinations by all travelers… India or Thailand, Thailand or India? I am sure everyone has their own opinion… What is yours? Which one do you like the most?