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Day 1 : Arrive Delhi
Day 2 : Delhi
Day 3 : Delhi-Mandawa
Day 4 : Mandawa-Bikaner
Day 5 : Bikaner-Jaisalmer
Day 6 : Jaisalmer
Day 7 : Jaisalmer
Day 08 : Jaisalmer
Day 9 : Jaisalmer - Jodhpur
Day 10 : Jodhpur
Day 11 : Jodhpur - Rankpur - Udaipur
Day 12 : Udaipur
Day 13 : Udaipur - Jaipur
Day 14 : Jaipur
Day 15 : Jaipur - Bharatpur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Day 16 : Agra - Varanasi
Day 17 : Varanasi
Day 18 : Varanasi - Delhi
 

Money/Currency

Overview
Indian Currency is the Indian Rupee (Re/Rs). Since you are not allowed to bring in Indian currency, your best option is the airport bank. Indian Rupee notes are printed in denominations of Rs 1000, 500, 100, 50, 20, and 10. The Rupee is divided into 100 Paise. You will see only 1, 2, 5 Rs coins, though coins below 50 paisa are rarely seen.

You should keep small denominations notes for the small payments like tips, bus tickets, and meals. When going to a remote area or small town where encashing of travellers cheque will be difficult you can take 1000 Rs and 500 Rs notes, but you should be careful when using them and should not be confused with 100 Rs.

Travelers Cheques
Traveller's Cheques issued by reputable companies (eg Toverview Cook, American Express) are accepted without difficulty. Traveler's Cheques exchanged in banks or hotels, and can only very rarely be used directly for Payment. You need identification documents like a passport to be shown. Except in hotels, encashing Traveler's Cheques nearly always takes up to 30 minutes or longer, So it is worth taking larger denomination Traveler's Cheques and changing enough to last for some days. Banks accept both Dollar and sterling. Other major currency Traveler's Cheques are also accepted in some larger cities. If you are traveling to remote areas it is advised that you buy Indian Rupee Traveler's Cheques from a major bank, as these are more widely accepted than foreign currency ones.

Credit cards
Major credit cards are increasingly accepted in the main centers, though in smaller cities and towns it is still rare to be able to pay by credit card. Visa and Master Card have a growing number of ATMs in major cities, but many ATMs only deal with local account holder. HDFC bank have the facility of withdrawing money from you overseas account. You can use their ATM m/s to withdraw money in Indian Rupee, presently there branches are in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur only in Rajasthan. Railway Reservation center 17 major cities are now taking payment for train tickets by visa card which can be very quick as the queue is very short.

International transfers
Don't run out of money in India unless you have a credit card against which you can draw traveller's Cheques or cash. You can also use HDFC ATM facility to withdraw money from your overseas account, but there is a limit of Rs 15,000 in a day. Having money transferred through the banking system can be time consuming. It's usually straightforward if you use a foreign/private banks elsewhere it may take a fortnight and will be a hassle.

You can also use Western Union for money transfer and they are having agents in Rajasthan.


Hotel

Tour Cost Based on Per Person in US$
No. of person travelling Budget Standard Deluxe
Single person 1231 1512 On Request
Twin Sharing ( minimum 02 ) 714 866 On Request
Triple sharing ( Minimum 03 589 746 On Request

Hotel Envisaged
City Budget Standard Deluxe
Delhi Incredible Home Stay Hotel Almondz The Royal Plaza
Mandawa Mandawa Haveli Mandawa Haveli Castle Mandawa
Bikaner Hotel Sagar Heritage Inn Gajner Palce
jaisalmer Hotel Bharat palace Pleasant Haveli Hotel Rang Mahal
Jodhpur Ajit Mansion Haveli Inn Pal The Gateway
Udaipur Pichola Haveli Ram Pratap Inder Residency
Jaipur Rajputana Haveli Khandela Haveli Country Inn Suits
Agra Hotel M House Royal Residency Wyndham Grand
Varanasi Hotel Heritage Inn Grand Meraden Hotel Ramada


Inclusions:
• Accommodation in all the hotels on single/twin/triple sharing basis in A/C STD room, as per the list above.
• Breakfast on all days.
• All prevailing taxes like Luxury tax in all hotels and Expenditure tax wherever applicable.
• All transfers to or from hotels, city tours, excursions, drives by an air-conditioned transport.
• Inter state road tax, toll tax, driver’s allowance, parking etc.
• An elephant ride at Amber Fort , Jaipur.
• Camel Ride in Jaisalmer.
• 01 hour man pulling rickshaw ride.  
  • Train Tickets : Agra – Varanasi – The best available A/C class


    Exclusions:
  • • Any lunch, dinner, snacks, mineral water etc. unless mentioned in the itinerary.
    • Services of an English speaking local guide
    • Flight : Varanasi – Delhi
    • Entrance fee to any monuments or camera fee.
    • Any airfare or airport tax
    • Tips, gratuities.
    • Portage, laundry, telephone calls, table drinks or any other expenses of personal nature.

      * Compulsory fields.
    * Name :
    * Address :
    *Tel No. :
    * Country :
    * E-mail :
    ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED :
    Arrival Date :
    Departure Date :
    No. of Rooms
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    Category of Rooms
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    Single
    Double
    Triple
    Type of Rooms Required : Standard
    Suite
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