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Spectacular India and Myanmar Tour

Spectacular India and Myanmar Tour

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Duration13 days 12 nights
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Create your own experience with Spectacular India and Myanmar Tour. This tour will give you a chance to discover the most signature attractions from Myanmar to India.
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Day 01
Yangon arrival
(D)
 
 
Welcome to Burma, the country just opened itself to the world and now waiting people to discover its unique Buddhist culture and heritage. Upon your arrival in Yangon, the former capital of Burma but nowadays one of the most developed city in Burma, your local guide will welcome you at the airport then escort you to hotel. In the evening, enjoy a Burma royal style welcome dinner with cultural show.

Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon
Day 02
Yangon city tour
(B)
 
 
After breakfast, head out to Kyauktawgyi Pagoda, home to the biggest Reclining Buddhist statue in Myanmar, filled with some faded murals depicting the life of Buddha. Back to Yangon downtown to uncover the best of China town, busy streets lined with British styled buildings. Next, we will explore Kandawgyi garden on foot. Relax with grand lake view and reflection of giant Shwedagon pagoda, your last sightseeing point of the day. Shwedagon pagoda is a beautiful religious complex with 65 stupas. This striking pagoda draws millions of pilgramers every year who come to pray and witness the 90-meters tall stupa, gilded with gold and diamonds.
The highlight of this day is the visit to Shwedagon pagoda, the most amazing religious site, filled with numerous golden stupa and a giant spire which dominate Yangon`s skyline by its sparkling flash. Enjoy our Myanmar welcome dinner at Karaweik Palace with cultural show

Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon
Day 03
Yangon - Bagan
(B)
 
 
This morning, we take a flight from Yangon to Bagan. Upon arrival, set out for the busy, lively market of Nyaung U, seeing how Bagan residents shops in the most vivid way. After that, visit Shwezigon pagoda then follow the historic trail to learn about different Buddhism message engraved in Ananda, Gawdamgyi and Hiltomilto pagoda. There are more hauntingly beautiful pagodas for your visit and free to customize your visit with our experience tour guide. Stop for a spectacular views on the upper terrace from Shwegugyi stupa.
Late afternoon, hop onto a boat for river sunset time by the legendary Irrawaddy River.

Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan
Day 04
Bagan - Mt Popa - Bagan
(B)
 
 
Rise up early to admire the mysterious sunrise over Bagan`s temple and jungle.
We then experience the change of landscapes on a car journey from Bagan to Mountain Popa. Popa Mountain is a famous meditation site, the shrine is dedicated to the worship of the 37 animist spirits, known as ‘Nats’. Climb up to the sacred site of Popa Kalat monastery.
On the way back, we will witness how local people make sweet molasses and wine from palm juice.

Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan
Day 05
Bagan - Inle lake
(B)
 
 
Leave Bagan for a flight to Inle Lake this morning. Spend full day exploring the best that Inle has to offer: floating garden villages, the Inpawkhone weaving village, famous cigar making workshops, traditional black smith, styled boat making houses.
You will have chance to meet long neck hill tribe, friendly kids from different villages in Inle Conclude your sightseeing day by watching the unique fishing technique from an Inthar fisherman.

Accommodation: Resort in Inle Lake
Day 06
Inle Lake - Sagar - Inle lake
(B)
 
 
After breakfast, set off from your resort for a scenic boat ride through less-visited path with beautiful mountain backdrop to reach Inle.
Upon your arrival in Sagar, explore its faded, famous “ sunken” stupas whose history dated back to 16th century. We then visit a fascinating village of Pa- O tribe and its nearby monastery before returning to your resort.

Accommodation: Resort in Inle lake
Day 07
Inle Lake –Indein – Yangon
(B)
 
 
After breakfast, enjoy a boat excursion winding through the small canals of Inle lake to see the lively Five Day market. This market attracts different local hill tribes coming to trade with fresh lake catch, farm produce, famous cigar, exotic foodshops and a wide range of local products that are totally unique. As we head back to Nyang Shwe town, we drop by the famous monastery of the area, seeing the best architecture that are well preserved in the pagoda before flying back to Yangon. Transfer to your hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon
Day 08
Yangon - Delhi
(B)
 
 
Today we take a flight from Yangon to Delhi that via Bangkok. On arrival, guide guide will welcome and escort you to hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel in Delhi
Day 09 :
Delhi
(B)
 
 
Morning after a relaxed breakfast we will take you to a tour of Delhi.
Pulsing with energy and colour, Old Delhi is laced by a maze of narrow lanes, which twist and turn between the tall, leaning buildings. You will witness the hustle and bustle of thronged bazaars where you will experience the full sights, sounds and aromas indicative of the Indian sub continent. In Old Delhi you will visit the famous Red Fort (closed on Monday) surrounded by shops and bazaars, the Jama Masjid with its tapering minarets and wonderful marble domes and Chandni Chowk. In Old Delhi you will also have an opportunity to experience a rickshaw ride (market closed on Sunday)
Then visit New Delhi. As a complete contrast, New Delhi stands in formal splendor. It is a city of wide boulevards that offers ever changing perspectives of Lutyen’s landscaped city. It is also a city known for its formal parks, magnificent Parliament Building, the Rashtrapati Bhawan (the official residence of the President of India in the 330 acres of land and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens) and India Gate. In New Delhi you will also visit Qutab Minar, the 72.5 meter high tower dating back to the 13th century, and Humanyun’s Tomb, which was built in the 16th century and architecturally considered the forerunner of the Taj Mahal.

Accommodation: Hotel in Delhi
Day 10
Delhi - Agra
(B)
 
 
After breakfast leisurely drive to Agra (Approx. 210 Kms/ 4 ½ hrs drive) En route visit Sikandra. Sikandra is the mausoleum of Akbar. Akbar himself started construction of this beautiful monument. This structure has a perfect blending of Hindu, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist, Jain themes. Sikandra is named after Sikandar lodi, the Delhi ruler who was in power from 1488 to 1517.
Sikandra Fort is located in the western periphery of the city at a distance of about 10 kms from the city center. Sikandra the last resting place of the Mughal emperor Akbar. Akbar was the greatest of the Mughal emperors and one of the most secular minded royalties of his time. He was the heir to a long tradition of oriental refinement, a great patron of the arts, literature, philosophy and science. A visit to Akbar's monument opens before one, the completeness of Akbar's personality as completely as the Taj Mahal does of Mumtaz Mahal's . Akbar himself planned his own tomb and selected a suitable site for it. To construct a tomb in one's lifetime was a Tartary custom, which the Mughals followed religiously. Akbar's son Jahangir completed the construction of this pyramidal tomb in 1613.
Upon arrival check in at hotel.
Afternoon Agra Fort (Near the gardens of the Taj Mahal stands the important 16th-century Mughal monument known as the Red Fort of Agra. More often than not, the Agra Fort is overshadowed by the pristine beauty of the Taj, but for those looking for something beyond romance, the Agra Fort is worth seeing. Situated on the bank of river Yamuna, the Agra Fort today, stands as a citadel of the past that has witnessed centuries slip by).

Accommodation: Hotel in Agra
Day 11
Agra
(B)
 
 
Early morning visit Taj Mahal ( closed on Friday) at sunrise. Someone rightly said, ‘see the Taj and die’ and the Taj certainly surpasses this thought. Described as the most spectacular monuments ever built for love, Taj Mahal is the Agra fascination and greatest pride of India. One of the legendary Indian poet -Rabindranath Tagore described its beauty as “a teardrop on the face of eternity”. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial for his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died after giving birth to their 14th child in 1631. Around 20,000 workers devoted day and night to construct this magnificent monument.
Taj Mahal proved to be the costliest tomb ever build on this earth. Specialists were brought in from Europe and other Asian counties to produce the exquisite marble screens and pietra dura made with the thousands of semi precious stones. It is said that Shah Jahan also wanted to built a black Taj Mahal as a tomb for himself on the opposite side of the river Yamuna.
The Taj is the monument of love, so its each and every detail has been conceptualized with at most care and meaning. The architects and builders made it a point not to confront the viewer with the mind boggling all at once. So they made the entry through a dazzling arched gateway inscribed with verses from Koran. The credit of designing this spectacular mausoleum goes to the architect Ustad Isa Khan Effendi from Iran. The best marble were transported from Makrana in Rajasthan, and the precious stones came from Afghanistan, Persia and Central Asia.
After the sunrise visit come back to hotel for breakfast. After breakfast visit Tomb of Itimad ud Daulah.
Tomb of Itimad ud Daulah- Before the Taj Mahal was built, its design was already standing in the form of Itmad Ud Daulah’s Tomb, hence it is affectionately known as the ‘Baby Taj’. Built to represent a silver jewel box in marble, this mausoleum houses the body of Mirza Ghiyas Beg, the father of the Mughal Empress Noor Jahan.
Relax for rest of the day.

Accommodation: Hotel in Agra
Day 12
Agra - Jaipur
(B)
 
 
After breakfast proceed to Jaipur ( Approx. 245 Kms / 5 ½ hrs drive) en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri
Fatehpur Sikri (40 kms west of Agra, is built a city predominantly in Red Sandstone and is called Fatehpur Sikri. Fatehpur Sikri was built by the Great Mughal Emperor Akbar during 1570 and 1585. It is one of the finest examples of the culmination of Hindu and Muslim architecture. Fatehpur Sikri Mosque is said to be a copy of the mosque in Mecca and has designs, derived from the Persian & Hindu architecture).
After the sightseeing continue for Jaipur.Upon arrival transfer to hotel for check in.
Jaipur – The Pink City : Jaipur needed a fresh coat of paint to welcome its distinguished guest the Prince of Wales in 1905-6. The contractor inability to supply any other color in the required quantity compelled the choice of pink shade for its walls. A contractors compulsion famed Jaipur to Pinkcity. Since then the PINK color is associated with hospitality in Rajput culture. Overnight in Jaipur.

Accommodation:Hotel in Jaipur
Day 13
Jaipur
(B)
 
 
After breakfast, you will be taken for sightseeing of Jaipur. Morning proceed to Amer fort with elephant ride while going uphill the fort (subject to availability and alternatively by Jeep). After seeing the fort come back down the fort by open Jeep. Amber fort complex stands amidst wooded hills. One of the finest examples of Rajput/Mughal architec-ture. Built in 16th century it stands as a testament reflecting the glory of the fierce Kachawaha Dynasty that ruled over the region from 12th to the 18th century. The Amber Fort set in picturesque and rugged hills is a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture.
Constructed by Raja Man Singh I in 1592 and completed by Sawai Jai Singh I the fort is made in red sand stone and white marble. The rugged forbidding exterior belies an inner paradise with a beautiful fusion of art and architecture. Amber is the classic and romantic fort- palace with a magnificent aura. The interior wall of the palace depicts expressive painting scenes with carvings, precious stones and mirror settings. In the foreground is the Maota Lake providing a breathtaking look. Built mainly for the warring enemies as a safe place, the heavily structured walls could defend the residents within the ramparts of the fort.
Then proceed to visit Hawa Mahal which is the best-known landmark of Jaipur. In the heart of the city is situated the City Palace, a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The place is now a museum except for one section where the erstwhile royal family still lives. Jantar Mantar is only one of the five ob-servatories constructed by Jai Singh to whom the city owes its name. Central Museum has a large collec-tion of costumes, woodwork, brassware, jewelry, and pottery. The hilltop forts of Nahargarh, Jaigarh, and Amber constitute the real Rajputana legacy. The Maota Lake offers a breathtaking reflection of the mag-nificent Amber Fort-Palace.

Accommodation: Hotel in Jaipur
Day 14
Jaipur - Jodhpur
(B)
 
 
After breakfast morning drive to Jodhpur ( Approx. 340 Kms /6 ½ hrs drive).
Upon arrival check in at hotel.
Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan. Jodhpur is famous for its magnificent forts and palaces. It is situated at the edge of the Thar Desert with Jaisalmer on its west, Barmar, Jalor and Pali on its south, Bikaner on its north, and Nagaur on the eastern side. Founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a chief of Rajput clan known as the Rathores, Jodhpur was the capital of the Rathore Kingdom. Until recent times, Jodhpur was known as the ancient kingdom of Marwar, the largest kingdom in Rajputana. Afternoon visit Mandore gardens and clock tower.

Accommodation: Hotel in Jodhpur
Day 15
Jodhpur - Udaipur
(B)
 
 
Early morning, after breakfast you will be driven to Udaipur via Ranakpur famous for temples.
Upon arrival in Ranakpur proceed for sightseeing of Ranakpur. One of the five holiest places of the Jain community, Ranakpur derives its name from one of its former rulers Rana Kumbha. Situated at a distance of 96 km from Udaipur, Ranakpur is known for its beautiful temples. Lush green hills surround this picturesque little town, which is one of the most fascinating place to visit Rajasthan. In fact the beautiful natural surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for the beautiful temples Ranakpur is famous for. Most of these temples made of amber stone, date back to the 15th century and are a magnificent sight to behold. Once the sightseeing is over continue drive to Udaipur.
The city of Udaipur is located in the Aravalli ranges of the royal state of Rajasthan and is also known as the jewel of Mewar. Also known as the City of Dawn, Udaipur is surrounded by ancient mountains and set on the edge of three lakes. It is a beautiful old city with narrow lanes flanked by bright stalls, gardens, lakes, palaces and temples meandering through it.
Udaipur was founded in 1559 and named after Maharana Udai Singh. It then replaced Chittor as the capital of the Sisodia dynasty, when according to legend, the Maharana went out hunting one day and met a holy man who blessed him and told him to built a palace at that very spot, as it would be well protected. Today, Udaipur is a one of the better-known tourist destinations of India and an integral part of any itinerary for Rajasthan.
Upon arrival enjoy the romantic ambiance & fresh feel in the air. Later in evening you will be taken for Boat ride (subject to adequate water level on the lake) in Lake Pichola.

Accommodation: Hotel in Udaipur
Day 16
Udaipur
(B)
 
 
Today morning after breakfast you will be taken for sightseeing of Udaipur. Visiting City palace, Saheliyon ki Bari & Jadish temple. Udaipur City Palace is one of the architectural marvels of Rajasthan, located peacefully on the banks of Lake Pichola. This majestic City Palace is the most-visited tourist attraction of Udaipur and often distinguished as the largest palace complex in Rajasthan. Initially, Maharana Udai Singh built this superb wonder, but the present form of the Palace is the result of subsequent additions by his successors.
The Jagdish temple was built in 1651 by Maharana Jagat Singh. Built in Indo-Aryan style , the temple is the largest temple of Udaipur. A black stone image of Lord Vishnu and a brass image of Garuda can be seen here.Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandir, the Indian folk art s museum, has interesting exhibits that include folk dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, folk musical instruments, folk deities and paintings.
Late afternoon enjoy common boat ride in Lake Pichola (subject to adequate water level on the Lake).

Accommodation: Resort in Udaipur
Day 17
Udaipur - Mumbai
(B)
 
 
Morning is left free at your leisure.
Afternoon in time transfer to Udaipur airport to board flight for Mumbai.
Depart Udaipur at 1740 hrs by Air India flight
Arrive Mumbai at 1905 hrs
Upon arrival transfer to hotel.
Mumbai once used to be a cluster of seven islands of Colaba, Mumbai, Mazagaon, Old Woman’s island, Wadala, Mahim, Parel, and Matunga Sion, which were the homes of the Koli fishing community. Being situated on the western coast, it became an important trading center and port city after the English King Charles the Second gave it to the East India Company in 1668. The islands were named ‘Bombay’, meaning ‘good bay’ in Portuguese, by the Portuguese. In 1996, it was officially renamed Mumbai, the name being derived Mumbadevi, the goddess of the Kolis.

Accommodation: Resort in Mumbai
Day 18
Mumbai
(B)
 
 
Today after breakfast you will be taken for full day sightseeing of Mumbai starting with The wonderful Prince of Wales museum (closed on Monday) is regarded as one of the best museums in the country with art, sculpture, old firearms, and rare coins and a priceless collection of miniature paintings on display. We will then proceed to The Gateway of India is a treasured monument that was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar in 1911. It is complete with four turrets and intricate latticework carved into the yellow basalt stone, further drive past a popular sea front, Marine Drive is a winding stretch of road with tall buildings on one side and sea on the other. It was once called the Queen’s Necklace because of its curved shape. Tours continues with visit to Mani Bhawan & Hanging gardens. Mani Bhawan used to be the Mumbai residence of Mahatma Gandhi. one of the important places to visit in Mumbai. It has a reference library with over 2000 books and other of the Mahatma’s belongings. The Hanging Gardens or Ferozeshah Mehta Garden and Kamla Nehru Park are located opposite each other. Both the gardens provide lovely sunset views over the Arabian Sea. The latter has the famous “Old Woman’s Shoe” that is a delight to all children.

Accommodation: Hotel in Mumbai
Day 19
Mumbai departure
(B)
 
 
In time transfer to Mumbai airport for your flight back home

Accommodation: not included
Service Inclusion
Tour's Included
  • Hotel rooms based on twin/ double sharing
  • Visa Arrangement for all countries
  • All domestic flights
  • Private transfer by A/C verhicles
  • English speaking guide
  • Meals indicated in the itinerary
  • Entrance fees where applied
  • Water and tissues
 
Tour's Excluded
  • Flights out Burma
  • Visa stamp fees
  • Meals not mentioned in program
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Others services not indicated
 

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