Omega Travel Group  
Call to book 020 7484 8909 (London) 0161 300 4100 (Manchester)
  0121 3668300 (Birmingham) 0131 344 0900 (Edinburgh)
Home Flights Hotels Car Hire Escorted Tours Holidays Cruises Transfers Extras Contact Us About Us View Booking
home page>India Tours>India Classic 10 DAYS

India Classic 10 DAYS (trip code:OTID-10D

Pictures shown sites described itinerary for reference only, subject to final contract version itinerary
choose a date, go to trip
date:    code:OTID-10D
price:(adult) (children)
vip price:(adult) (children)
  • Destination Description
  • Departure/Journey Info
  • Prices
  • Cancellations/Amendements

Booking Process :
1) Complete Online Booking form.
2) Payment can be made either by telephone or online in either English pound sterling or in euros.
    For Bank Transfer payment, please complete online booking form and then call 01908-259988
    to obtain bank details of where  the monies should be transferred to.
3) Once payment has been received, you will receive a booking confirmation within 1 working day.
4) Final confirmation together with confirmed itinerary will be received 24 hours prior to

Joining Instructions

Confirmed Tour Dates can be found on the website
This is all subject to your pre-payment being successful and receiving booking confirmation. 

Price Includes:
Price Includes: Includes all transportation and 3 star hotel accommodation or equivalent.
All accommodation includes daily breakfast.
Use of guide services.      

large map

schedule look all 0 comments

trip protocol


Arrive Delhi. Transfer to hotel. Check in 12 Noon.
Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Delhi Day 2

Morning: City tour of Old Delhi
– Visit-The magnificent Red Fort (closed on
Mondays), Jama Masjid. Drive past Kotla
Firoze Shah
, ruins of an old fort of the 14th century
with the 13 metre high Ashoka Pillar of 3rd BC.
Visit Raj Ghat, where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated
in 1948. Drive through the old city subject to traffic

Afternoon: City tour of New Delhi-Drive past the
Presidential Palace, the Rashtrapati,
the impressive Rajpath to the World  War I
memorial arch, the India Gate, Visit Humayun’s
built in 1565 AD by his grieving widow Haji Begum.
Visit the Qutub Minar, the 72 meter high Minaret.
and the ruins of Quwat-ul-Eslam (Light of Islam)
Mosque Overnight

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Jaipur Day 3

Arrive Jaipur and proceed to hotel
Rest of
the day at leisure. Overnight

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Jaipur Day 4


Morning :

Excursion to Amber fort
including Elephant ride.
Just 7 miles north of Jaipur is Amber
with its a honey-coloured fortress-palace in the Aravalli
which can be mounted by elephant. It has been
described as “the sleeping beauty of Rajasthan”.
The sombre exterior belies the richness of the royal apartments
which open on to striking views of the gorge. It also possesses a
Chamber of Mirrors. The Hall of Victory
presents a galaxy of decorative art - panels of alabaster with
fine inlay work of the tenderest hues.

Afternoon: City tour of Jaipur- a city which has the “tone of the autumn
sunset”. Visit Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) an
elaborate building encrusted with delicate honeycomb screens and
carved balconies from which the royal ladies, confined to their
quarters, could view the world outside. Jai Singh’s
built in the 17th century by the founder of
Jaipur who, besides being a prince was also soldier, astronomer
and builder. City Palace now a museum contains
fine Rajput and Moghul paintings, rare manuscripts and an armoury.

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Jaipur and Agra Day 5

Leave Jaipur for
by road (235 km.) en route
visit Fatehpur
. 37 km. west of Agra lies the ghost city of
Fatehpur Sikhri - an epic poem in red sandstone,
built by Emperor Akbar the Great in 1569 and
deserted 14 years later because its water supply failed. Its
glorious courtyards and palaces conjure up dreams of the
mysterious past. Buland Darwaza, the victory gate
looms 134 feet high. There’s the imperial Jami Masjid,
the tomb of Shaik Salim Chisti who predicted the
birth of Akbar’s son Jehangir, the Panch Mahal,
a strange building which resembles a Buddhist Temple, a cloistered
courtyard which was the Hall of Public Audience,
and the Pachchisi paved with black and white where the Emperor
played chess using slave girls as figurines.

Arrive Agra and proceed to hotel
City tour
of Agra: Visit the Taj Mahal - the greatest love
story ever told. On the death of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, in
wild extravagance, Shahjehan built her this memorial. 20,000 men
laboured for over 17 years to build this wealth of white marble
and precious stone. Visit Agra Fort - behind its
forbidding red sandstone battlements lie palaces that tell the
story of the Mughal Empire. The most impressive part of the Fort
are the Dewan-e-Am, where the Emperor sat on his
throne to dispense to his subjects, and the Dewan-e-Khas
where he received foreign dignitaries. Visit the tomb of
Itmad-ud-Daulah, father of Queen Nur
- a two-storied tomb bearing mosaics in inlaid
semi- precious stones. Overnight

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Agra, Jhansi and Khajuraho Day 6

Transfer to Railway station
Agra for Jhansi by train- Shatabdi Express

Arrive Jhansi & transfer to Khajuraho by road En route
Visit Orchha.
Lunch at Orccha on direct

Arrive Khajuraho and proceed to

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Khajuraho Day 7

City tour of Khajuraho Temples-
Khajuraho was
the capital of the Chandela kings and its temples were built in the
short span of hundred years, from 950-1050 AD. Most of them were
destroyed by Muslim invaders. Adorned with exquisite sculpture, only
22 temples remain of the original 85. They are the strange works of a
long dead people. Khajuraho’s temples are covered with hundreds of
sculptured figures - a galaxy of gods and goddesses, beasts and
serpents, and a multitude of erotic couples which represent a paean
to life, to love and to joy. The most famous are the Kandariya
Mahadev, the Chaturbhuj, the Paraswanath and the Ghantai - the summit
of Hindu sculpture: voluptuous forms; human and divine, throbbing
with life and sublime in expression.
Transfer to airport

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Varanasiv Day 8

The time to see the ghats is early dawn when out of the morning
mist, forms descend the steps, their numbers increasing by the
minute until a solemn silent multitude, lit by the sun’s first
rays, moves in the same direction to immerse itself in the holy
stream and to salute the sun. During this particular sightseeing
no monuments are visited. See the Bathing Ghats,
Cremation Ghats, The Gyanvapi Mosque
built in the 17th century when the fanatical Emperor Aurangazeb
pulled down the original Vishwanath Golden Temple
and on its site raised a mosque. After the boat ride visit the
Golden Temple and walk through the narrow lanes
of Varanasi.

Sightseeing of Varanasi - (3 hours) During the
30 km. drive you will see the Bharat Mata Temple,
dedicated to Mother India, which, instead of gods and goddesses,
houses a relief map of India carved out of marble. Emperor
Aurangazeb’s Mosque
built in the 17th century on the
site of a Hindu Temple. The rear of the mosque reveals specimens
of the ancient temple art of India. Vishwanath Temple
(Golden Temple)
erected by Rani Ahalyabai Holkar of
Indore in 1776. The shikharas of the temple are gold plated. Visit
Varanasi Hindu University, a great seat of
oriental learning. It started as a centre of education in
Sanskrit, Indian art, culture and music. Visit the Durga
(Goddess of Power) Temple
popularly known as the Monkey
because of hundreds of monkeys in the courtyard

Excursion to Sarnath-
Sarnath, 10 km. from
Varanasi - (3 hours) The Buddha preached his first sermon to five
disciples at the Deer Park here, enshrining the principals of his
teaching into laws. The Dhamek Stupa marks the
location of a once resplendent monastery. A large complex of
ruined monasteries cover the area north of the stupas. Some of the
buildings belong to the Kushan and Gupta period. The first monk
communities probably settled here in the 3rd century BC. Near the
Dhamek Stupa is a new monastery built by the Buddhist
Mahabodhi Society
. The major events of Buddha’s life
are depicted here in wall paintings by a Japanese artist. Sarnath
has an interesting archaeological museum which has preserved the
famous Sarnath pillar whose capital forms India’s
national emblem.

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Delhi Day 9

Breakfast at hotel.
At leisure. Transfer to airport

Depart Varanasi

Arrive Delhi. Transfer to the hotel.

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Delhi Day 10

Transfer to international airport.

  • Breakfast:
  • Lunch:
  • Dinner:
  • Transportation:
  • Hotel:

Visa Notice

Visas& Documentation:
It is the traveller’s responsibility to ensure that they are in possession of a valid visa to enter a foreign country. All participants of our European tours must be in possession of a valid passport, visa and or any other photo identification such as driving licence or student ID card.


Travel Insurance:
Omega Tours highly recommends that all travellers should purchase travel insurance

to cover issues such as cancellations, medical attention, hospital fees and theft, loss of possessions. 

Tour Members Who Are Lost During the Tour
Should certain people get lost or get seperated during the tour, please call the tour leader mobile phone for help. Please also make sure you have a copy of accommodation addresses during the
tour so that you can rejoin the group at the next accommodation.

India Classic 10 DAYS

Departure Dates Tour Code Original Prices Special Offers Tour Status Booking

no comment

no comment~

India Classic 10 DAYS

setout date code price vip price status booking