Discover India–Journey from Delhi to Goa

CITY - New Delhi


Set off to an adventure and in-depth cultural tour starting from New Delhi and ending in Goa. Covering around 7 cities, this package includes your accommodation, Tour Guide, Meals transport & Much more.

Tour Itinerary


For travelers on a budget who are after an experience full of the very best India has to offer, this tour showcases man-made wonders and natural marvels without missing its most famous cities and sights. From the shining marble of the Taj Mahal and the sparkling shores of Goa to Rajasthan’s colorful forts and temples, connect with the culture and spirit of this incredible land. Our expert team will take the hassle out of planning but leave you free to choose sites that really shine, so you can encounter India the way you (and your wallet) like.


Day 1:- On your arrival to Delhi

Namaste! Welcome to India. your adventure starts with the group meeting at 6:00 PM where we shall be collecting the data about your insurance and emergency contact details. Please keep them handy. Post group meeting, a dinner has been organized for you which is a great opportunity for you to know each other.

Day 2:- Delhi Sightseeing

In the morning, set off on the city’s modern metro system to explore the sights and sounds of Old Delhi on a guided walking tour. Inch your way through the streets around Chandni Chowk marketplace in a traditional cycle rickshaw. Perhaps visit the Jama Masjid, Delhi’s oldest and India’s largest mosque, and then stop by the Sheeshganj Gurudwara (Sikh Temple).  In the late afternoon, take a train ride to Agra. Overnight stay in Delhi.

 Day 3:- Delhi to Agra

Today take a train ride Agra that is best known as the site of India’s most famous landmark, the Taj Mahal. Enjoy a guided visit to this icon of Mughal architecture either in the morning or late afternoon for the best light depending upon the arrival time. You also have the option to visit the Agra Fort.

Day 4:- Agra to Jaipur

Today we take a bus ride to the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, the former capital of a princely state of the same name. Jaipur is known as the “Pink City” and is one of the most important heritage cities in India. It is home to India’s second most visited site, the Hawa Mahal, or “Palace of the Winds”. Take a cycle rickshaw to the markets and enjoy an orientation walk through the stalls. In your free time, opt to visit the City Palace or Jantar Mantar.

Day 5:- Jaipur

Enjoy a guided tour of the Amber Fort before having a free afternoon in Jaipur to explore the city.

Day 6:- Jaipur to Pushkar

This morning, travel to Ajmer and over Snake Mountain to Pushkar. The site of the world’s only temple to the Hindu god of creation, Brahma, Pushkar is often called “Tirth Raj,” the Raj (king) of pilgrim centres. After settling into our accommodation, we will take an orientation walk around Pushkar.

Day 7:- Pushkar

Before dawn today, we climb to the hilltop Savitri temple. After the morning walk, there is nothing better than spending time at one of the many cafés in town. All rested, head into the desert and enjoy to a traditional meal prepared and served by local cameleers, with gypsy dancers and music.

Day 8:- Pushkar to Udaipur

Today take a train(7.00-8.00 hours) and Continue south to lakeside Udaipur, famous worldwide for its plethora of breathtaking lakes and Raj-era palaces. It certainly lives up to its reputation as India’s most romantic city. Check-in at hotel & evening at your leisure.

Day 9-10:- Exploring Udaipur

Free time to explore the “Venice of the East” with its lakes, palaces, and narrow lanes.

Day 11:- Udaipur-Mumbai

Take a local bus to Ahmedabad and explore the famous Gandhi Ashram at Sabarmati. Overnight train from Ahmedabad to Mumbai.

Transport: Local bus (5.00-6.00 hours) Basic overnight train (beds) (7.00-8.00 hours).

Day 12:- Mumbai

Opt to shoot a picture of the Gateway to India, facing westward out to sea, and stop in for a cup of tea at the famous Taj Hotel next door. From here boats leave for Elephanta Island (also called Gharapuri Island or place of caves), famous for is cave temples carved straight from the rock Overnight stay in Mumbai.

Day 13:- Mumbai-Goa

Today, take a flight from Mumbai to Goa and Relax on a beach, visit the many Portuguese-built monuments, wander around the old churches of Old Goa (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and discover Panjim, the capital.

Day 14:- Goa

Enjoy a free day to wind down in North Goa. Visit nearby beaches, scour the markets, and be sure to try to some delicious Goan cuisine and fresh seafood.

Day 15:- Goa

Depart at any time.