Reveling in its reputation as one of India’s most dynamic and trendy cities, Mumbai has metamorphosed from being a fishing settlement into a sprawling, bustling megalopolis. The “City of Dreams” home to people from all backgrounds and social strata exists in harmony. It is the city that never sleeps, that comes alive at the crack of dawn, the birthplace of Bollywood. A true-blue melting pot.
Arrive in Mumbai and meet our KEY representative at the airport who will assist with Customs Clearance and luggage retrieval. You will then be transferred by private vehicle to your hotel.
Taj Mahal Palace
The Taj Mahal Palace opened in Mumbai, then Bombay, in 1903, giving birth to the country’s first harbor landmark overlooking the majestic Gateway of India. Each of the 285 rooms & suites are a striking blend of nostalgic elegance, rich history, and modern facilities. For those who would like to experience fine dining in style, they host 9 of the city’s most acclaimed restaurants and bars, renowned for delectable cuisines from India, Europe, the Middle East and the Orient.
Start your day with a sumptuous breakfast and then head out to Churchgate to get a glimpse in the lives of Dabbawala.
Head to Mahalaxmi to visit the world’s biggest open laundry and peek into a day of a local ‘Dhobi’, washer men.
Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum
The Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum is the oldest museum in Mumbai. Situated in the vicinity of Byculla Zoo, Byculla East, it was originally established in 1855 as a treasure house of the decorative and industrial arts, and was later renamed in honour of Dr. Bhau Daji Lad
In the evening, explore Colaba causeway on foot, which is home to many historical buildings while meandering through the quiet lanes.
Enjoy a guided tour of Udaipur including the magnificent City Palace, which was built in 1559AD and sits on the edge of Lake Pichola.
in 1651, this temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu has a black marble image of Lord Vishnu, which is unusual for the northern part of the country, where statues of Gods are normally in marble.
After exploring the temple, enjoy a beautiful sunset cruise among the serene waters of Lake Pichola during the magical hours of dusk.
En-route to Ranakpur visit the Kumbhalgarh Fort, a world heritage site that you may be surprised to discover is the second longest continuous wall in the world, earning it the title of "Great Wall of India".
The Ranakpur Jain Temple is a holy pilgrimage for Jains in India. It was constructed between the 14-15th centuries, the ornate temple worships Tirthankara Rishabhanatha.
Mountbatten Lodge is an opulent 4 suite hideaway nestled in a ruggedly scenic valley and bordered by the Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary. Large windows provide jewel-like glimpses of the surrounding jungle, and tall French doors open from each of the suites onto large individual entertaining areas with their own private plunge pool. Lunch is served al fresco under our 300-year-old banyan tree while dinner is served in the candle lit tent.
The Ranakpur-Kumbhalgarh forest reserve is a treat for nature lover's. Nestled in the lap of the Aravallis, this reserve is one of the few destinations in North India which offers sightings of the elusive leopard.
Jawai Bandh is one of the most famous and biggest dam in the western Rajasthan state, built across the Jawai river in Pali district. Jawai Dam also has crocodile sanctuary for Indian Mugger crocodiles and migratory birds including sarus cranes and flamingo.
Local Shepard Hike
Start the morning early and walk towards the dwellings of the local Rabari shepherds and follow their trail.
Experience historic Rajasthan at luxury camp Raas Chhatrasagar, sitting on the brink of Chhatra Sagar Dam with the expanses of open fields and skies. An off the beaten place in the true sense, you can wander off exploring the countryside. With an infinity pool overlooking the greens, it is indeed an oasis in the middle of nowhere.
Visit the local village to get a peek into the life of the locales. Walk around to witness the rustic countryside and find weavers, traders and other artisans doing their daily chores.
The lake is an amazing place for birdwatching, this area host a number of species of local and migratory birds and is truly a birder’s paradise.
Visit the Mandore Gardens, a charming collection of old temples and monuments, situated on the outskirts of the city.
With the majestic views of Mehrangarh fort, Raas is based around an original eighteenth century Haveli. The hotel has thirty-nine rooms and suites, each of which had been constructed to their distinctive design principles. Views of the fort and the serene atmosphere of their Haveli courtyard provide a tranquil backdrop for meals all throughout the day at Baradari.
Without a doubt Mehrangarh Fort is the site to see in Jodhpur and it is worth making a day of it. The history is simply fascinating, a blend of elephant battles, Mughal sieges and political machinations.
A quick tuk-tuk ride away from your hotel is the oldest (and bluest) heart of Jodhpur. The blue houses were traditionally owned by members of the Brahmin caste, who painted their houses with indigo. Now everyone has taken up the practice, as it is thought to cool houses and repel insects, and blue has become Jodhpur's signature color.
Reach Delhi and meet our representative on arrival who will assist in your transfer and check-in to the hotel. Your evening will be free to explore Janpath, a bustling market right outside your hotel.
The Imperial Hotel
Over 200 spacious and unique rooms and suites, overlook the verdant gardens which encase the historic hash structured building. Truly impeccable dining experiences await you at The Imperial's award-winning restaurants which range from South-East Asian to Italian cuisine.
Start your day sightseeing and drive to Old Delhi. Visit the Jama Masjid followed by the by-lanes of Chandani Chowk.
The last refuge of Mughal Emperor Humayun reminds rather of a luxurious palace, than a tomb. Located in the eastern part of Dehli, Humayun’s tomb is one of the best preserved Mughal monuments.
Walk through the streets in Lodhi Colony and celebrate amazing street art in India’s first public art district.
Mehar Chand Market
Mehar Chand Market, a bustling stretch of road in the heart of New Delhi, India’s capital, has recently emerged as the hottest shopping area in the city among cognoscenti on the hunt for one-of-a-kind finds.