Treasures of India - Wheelchair Bound - 19 nights

Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra, New delhi

India, known to be the land of epics and legends, is said to be older than history. Her ancient culture, festivals, fabled forts and palaces, stories of luxurious lifestyles lived by the maharajas and adventures of kings make her an enigma for trav...

India, known to be the land of epics and legends, is said to be older than history. Her ancient culture, festivals, fabled forts and palaces, stories of luxurious lifestyles lived by the maharajas and adventures of kings make her an enigma for travellers from all parts of the world. A country of striking contrasts, India pulsates with a spectacular mix of people, traditions and landscapes.

This tour attempts to unfold all this and an opportunity to understand, experience and enjoy her sublime beauty, though demystifying this land would amount to a work in progress

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  • Especially curated for our wheelchair-bound guests the tour moves at a leisurely pace. The sightseeing tours have been designed to be enjoyed in a relaxed manner. This trip will include the services of drivers who have been specially trained to understand the needs of travellers on wheelchairs and guides who are aware of ramps and accessible points at all places. The tour will have provision to include services like WAV (wheelchair accessible vehicles), ramps, wheelchairs, travel commodes and more, on request and payment of a supplement charge.
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What’s Included?

  • Accommodation at hotels mentioned or similar.
  • Transfers by AC vehicle as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • All excursions and sightseeing tours by AC vehicle as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • English speaking local guide during sightseeing at all sightseeing places. Assistance of an Enable Travel representative at airports.
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  • Day 1 Arrive Mumbai

  • Day 2 Mumbai

  • Day 3 Mumbai

  • Day 4 Mumbai - Ahmedabad

  • Day 5 Ahmedabad

  • Day 6 Ahmedabad

  • Day 7 Ahmedabad - Udaipur

  • Day 8 Udaipur

  • Day 9 Udaipur

  • Day 10 Udaipur - Jodhpur

  • Day 11 Jodhpur

  • Day 12 Jodhpur - Jaipur

  • Day 13 Jaipur

  • Day 14 Jaipur

  • Day 15 Jaipur - Agra

  • Day 16 Agra

  • Day 17 Agra - Delhi

  • Day 18 Delhi

  • Day 19 Delhi

  • Day 20 Depart Delhi

  • Day 1
    Arrive Mumbai
    • On arrival at the airport in Mumbai following customs, immigration formalities and baggage collection, as you exit the arrival terminal, an Enable Travel representative will meet you with a placard bearing your name. The representative will guide your wheelchair to the awaiting vehicle, facilitating your smooth transfer to your hotel and assist with check in.

      This buzzing cosmopolitan is not only the commercial capital of the country, but a mecca for fashion as well. In all its progressiveness, Mumbai still has an old-world charm that refuses to fade away. You will soon find out that Mumbai is as addictive as the roadside chai that is so popular here. Like a sepia-toned photograph, stately Victorian buildings still look down upon a frenzied city life. Modern Mumbai offers a plethora of dining and shopping options in its mega malls with reserved parking and accessible restroom stops.

      Holiday in Mumbai and experience the sheer energy that this city radiates.

      Standard check in time is at 1400 hours.
      Early check in is subject to availability

    • The rest of the day is at leisure allowing you to relax and unwind in the comfort of your hotel.

    • Meals included: None (meals on your own)
    • Gordon House
  • Day 2
    • Enjoy a city tour of Mumbai.

      Post breakfast, the morning unfolds with a visit to the iconic Gateway of India, built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary in 1911.

      Accompanied by your local guide, you approach the Gateway of India through a cobblestone pathway that bridges your drop-off point and the Gateway. In the comfort of your wheelchair, the flagstones are not too demanding and the curbside parapets are just the perfect height for seated travellers to gaze out at the bobbing yachts and ships or take in the majesty of the architecture.

      Continue your tour to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly Prince of Wales Museum) and visit the chambers to admire the exquisite exhibits.

      From natural history to ancient India, religion to modern art, science to entertainment, the museum offers a completely independent experience for the traveller. Every exhibit boasts ramps, elevators whisk you to any of the levels and a tiny but accessible restroom that fits a regular wheelchair is also available.

      Later, we drive past some of the finest architectural buildings in the Fort area.

    • The rest of the day is at leisure for independent activities.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Gordon House
  • Day 3
    • Enjoy a visit to the Banganga Tank.

      This morning, following a leisurely breakfast, proceed on a visit to one of the oldest places in the city, Banganga Tank. A word of advice: Before leaving your hotel, we suggest a washroom break, as the stroll through the old city takes a couple of hours to navigate comfortably on your wheelchair and there aren't any accessible toilets nearby. And don't forget to pack your suntan lotion, sunhat, etc.

      Enjoy the daily activity at the vegetable and flower stalls adorning the sides of the narrow lane as you watch religious pilgrims feeding the holy cow.

      While the actual water body is not accessible due to a large number of stairs reaching down to the banks, the periphery of Banganga offers a much richer experience as you weave through the slightly bumpy cobblestones, peek into temples and get blessed by priests.

    • The rest of the day is at leisure. You have the choice of taking the Shop Till You Drop tour, visiting some of the finest retail stores in South Mumbai.

      Shop Till You Drop Tour
      If you are in need of some retail therapy, Mumbai is the place for you. Get your hands on some trendy jewellery or even antiques. Find contemporary Indian designers and popular brands and get lost in malls and independent stores. Feel free to go overboard, because Mumbai aims to please.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Gordon House
  • Day 4
    Mumbai - Ahmedabad
    • This morning, an Enable Travel representative will meet you at your hotel and facilitate your smooth transfer to the airport. The airline staff would help you with all the check in formalities right up to boarding the plane. We shall confirm your pick-up time in advance.

      Note: Flight cost is not included.

      On arrival at the airport in Ahmedabad, you will be received by an Enable Travel representative with a placard bearing your name. The representative will guide you to the awaiting vehicle, facilitating your smooth transfer to your hotel and assist with check in.
      Ahmedabad is a destination with multiple personalities, all of which are intriguing. A busy metropolis with a magnificent past, an interesting heritage and scenic landscapes, it's easy to see what lures tourists here. The legacy of Mahatma Gandhi, the beauty of textiles and crafts and the relics of history also make for interesting exploration. A reflection of culturally rich Gujarat, Ahmedabad will not fail to astound you.

    • Visit to Sabarmati Ashram.

      Later in the afternoon, you will visit the Sabarmati Ashram, the former residence of the Father of the Nation - Mahatma Gandhi. It is said that he chose this place, as it lies between a cemetery and a prison, and anyone who joined in the non-violent revolution would land up in one of the two places. This is the place from where he initiated the freedom movement, inspiring crores of people to stand up for their rights. You can find out more as you explore the museum, which is thought-provoking and informative. Certain sections of the well-spread Ashram complex, most of which is on ground floor, are accessible by wheelchair. Enclosures on minor elevations may be accessed with a bit of assistance.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Lemon Tree
  • Day 5
    • Enjoy a heritage tour in Ahmedabad.

      A heritage tour of the old part of town is probably the best way to experience the milieu of this city's vibrant living culture. Early morning, embark on an exploration of the old city with your local guide. As you walk through the streets, check out how the locals begin their day - a visit to a temple, feeding the birds and the holy cow, while some would be busy searching for the best stock to invest in their regional daily newspaper.

      Watch out for beautifully carved bird feeders on the city's narrow streets, affluent mansions that stand out with their wooden facade, flower sellers setting up their stalls, fruit and vegetable vendors decorating their carts, sweet and savory shops busy replenishing their counters with the most delectable regional specialties.

      Later, return to the hotel - we understand you must be ravenously hungry by now.

    • Explore the city of Ahmedabad.

      After a hearty breakfast, set out to visit the famous House of Mangaldas Girdhardas (MG House), a colonial style mansion replete with courtyards and verandahs where you can relax and breathe in some fresh air. MG House is a typical rags-to-riches story of the textile magnate Mr. Mangaldas Girdhardas, who rode through the ranks to build this house in the city centre.

      Cruise through the beautiful open courtyards with an array of traditional flooring, the conventional Gujarati style wooden swings, a statue here and a sculpture there, some period furniture. What's more, you even get the opportunity to peep into a small textile gallery and admire beautiful heirlooms like Bandhej, Mata Ni Pachedi, Kalamkari and many more. It is a wonderful expression of rich Gujarati heritage, encapsulated in exotic colours, intricate designs and rich weaves.

      Later, eat as the locals do, at the traditional Vishalla Restaurant and enjoy a hearty meal with some typical local savouries and tea. Set amidst a typical rural setting, open and expansive, this place is a welcome departure from the busy city.

      Vishalla also prides itself on its presentation of Indian culture and tradition in its village-like environment with its museum of old utensils known as Veechar Utensil Museum, the only museum of its kind in the world. Designed and conceptualised by an interior designer, the museum displays a wide collection of utensils ranging from leaves and a gourd jug to stainless steel and glass utensils, metal utensils made of brass, copper, bronze, zinc and German silver, pots, spoons and vessels for churning buttermilk, etc. What makes it so memorable is that the food you now partake is also served in these utensils.

      Go around the hut-like museum and marvel at the inimitable beauty of these utensils that speak of the unmatched art and genius of mankind at a time when people did not have modern facilities . Being able to touch the exhibits is the best part of this visit and one of their crew members is always available with explanations to ensure you have a more fruitful visit.

      Both, the restaurant as well as the utensils museum, are wheelchair-inclusive.

    • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    • Lemon Tree
  • Day 6
    • Post breakfast, the day is free to relax or you also have the option to select one of the exciting optional excursions crafted for you.

      You could choose to visit the only surviving Sun Temple in Modhera. It is one of the greatest monuments of the Solanki dynasty, whose rulers were believed to be descended from the sun. Its magnificence begins from the outside with the exterior that is intricately carved with demons and deities. Step inside to find 52 sculpted pillars depicting scenes from the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, and a hall with 12 niches that represent the different monthly manifestations of Surya (the sun god).

      This is followed by a drive to an architectural wonder, Rani Ki Vav - the queen of stepwells in India. On the list of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites, it is a perfect example of necessity leading to an invention wherein arid climate inspired the need for stepwells. The minute and exquisite carvings here are a testament to skilled craftsmanship.

      Both the attractions are partially accessible to wheelchair users. Though, it might be a little difficult to enter the main sanctum sanctorum, the affluently carved temple exteriors surely make up for it, as they offer you amazing photography opportunities. We suggest you carry a powerful pair of binoculars - a perfect value addition for a closer look at the profusely carved stepwells of Rani Ki Vav.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Lemon Tree
  • Day 7
    Ahmedabad - Udaipur
    • This morning, following a heavy breakfast, you would be driven to the city of lakes, Udaipur (a journey of 260 km / approx. 6 hours drive) through the picturesque countryside of the Aravalli's, past the villages of the Bhils - the warrior tribes.

      There are provisions along the way to stop for a cup of tea or coffee along with fairly clean washrooms, these might not be completely wheelchair accessible. Conversely, we suggest you reduce your intake of beverages.

      On arrival into the beautiful city of Udaipur, check in to your hotel.

      With stunning marble palaces overlooking pristine lakes, all surrounded by the omnipresent Aravalli hills, Udaipur has all the ingredients of a romantic and dreamy destination. Everything you see, touch and smell in the Venice of the East will leave you wanting more.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Jagat Niwas
  • Day 8
    • Enjoy a city tour of Udaipur.

      After a leisurely breakfast, we begin the day with a visit to sections of the striking City Palace Complex. Built on top of a hill, its flamboyant architecture will take your breath away. Like poetry in stone, the interiors are adorned with the beautiful tiles, paintings and mosaic tile work.

      Subject to having obtained prior permission from the City Palace Museum authorities, our vehicle can go right up to the entrance of the museum. With an elevator in place, some of the ornate courtyards (Manak Chowk and Mor Chowk), silver gallery and beautiful rooms such as Priyatam Niwas are accessible.

      From the palace, continue onto the Old City market, past the ancient Jagdish Temple. There are treasures to be found in this buzzing market, so keep a look out for colourful knick-knacks to take back. You never know what you might find.

      Later in the afternoon, we visit Saheliyon Ki Bari, the Garden of the Maids of Honour, designed as a peaceful retreat outside the old city of Udaipur. Built by Maharana Sangram Singh II for the 48 girls that he received as part of his dowry, this quiet garden presents a perfect fusion of Indian and English architecture.

      Away from the city humdrum, it is a good spot to enjoy the tranquility of lush green lawns, fountains, pools, flowers, trees and some marble art.

      Most parts of this garden are easily accessible for all travellers.

    • The rest of the day is at leisure for individual activities.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Jagat Niwas
  • Day 9
    • Enjoy a relaxed breakfast at your hotel The day is free to enjoy the tranquility of the city or you may choose to take the optional excursion to the beautiful Jain temples in Ranakpur.

      Hidden deep in the Aravalli hills, some 90 km from Udaipur, is Ranakpur. It boasts of some of the most exquisite Jain temples in the country famous for their intricate friezes and sculptures. 1,444 intricately carved marble pillars spread out over 48,000 sq ft make this one of the most impressive temples you will ever see. What's most interesting is that no two pillars are alike.

      The age-old temple architecture could not imbibe provisions for wheelchair users. However, today the temple staff is happy to carry you up the steps and around the temple in a palanquin chair provided by them.

      Following lunch, return to Udaipur.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Camellia
  • Day 10
    Udaipur - Jodhpur
    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Camellia
  • Day 11
    • Explore the Mehrangarh Fort and the Clock Tower.

      After your breakfast at the hotel, proceed for a tour of Jodhpur starting with the mighty Mehrangarh Fort. While Rajasthan is sprinkled generously with a number of forts, Mehrangarh Forts stands out from the lot. Perched on top of a 125-metre high hill, the fort is as imposing as it is magnificent. Get ready to be immersed in legends that whisper through the walls of this monument. Visit the ramparts where you will discover antique artillery that defended the fort during its time. Inside the fort, which is still run by the Maharaja of Jodhpur, visit sections of the palaces with their delicate friezes and respective museums, displaying treasures of the royal family?
      Though you will be accompanied by a local guide, you may want to take the audio tour, as it is a part of your entrance ticket. Due to the architectural layout of this majestic fort, only a few sections are accessible using a wheelchair, which are really worth the visit.
      The entry to the fort is slightly rough through a pretty uneven walkway; the wheelchair can reach the elevator which will take you straight to the point that offers a bird's eye view of the blue houses. You can now head to the Daulat Khana Chowk, one of the most important courtyards, which are a part of the museum. As you sail through this area, listen to the royal family's anecdotes in the wonderfully scripted audio tour, gaze at the craftsmanship that was once described by Rudyard Kipling as "The Work of Angels and Giants" and get transported back in time. With a bit of assistance, you could also visit some of the adjoining sections of the museum around the courtyard.
      Seated like a Royal on your comfortable wheelchair, how about getting lost into the heart of Jodhpur? Yes, we are talking about your visit to the century-old clock tower - a prominent landmark surrounded by the vibrant sounds, sights and smells of Sardar Market, which is marked by triple gateways at its northern and southern ends. Plunge into the old city's commercial heart with crowded alleys and bazaars selling vegetables, Mathaniya'sred chilli, spices, bamboo, wooden handicrafts and sweets. And don't forget to sample the uniquely stimulating flavours of tea as well as the uniquely popular Makhania lassi for a trueRajasthaniexperience.
      Though the entry to the clock tower is through an uneven cobbled pathway, its age-old character more than makes up for this. Post this eventful day, we will head back to the hotel.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Camellia
  • Day 12
    Jodhpur - Jaipur
    • The rest of the day is at leisure for independent activities.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Coral Tree
  • Day 13
    • Explore Amber, en route photo stop at Hawa Mahal.

      After a hearty breakfast at your hotel begin an exciting day around Amber with a photo stop at the beautiful Hawa Mahal. It would be a great idea to carry a sunhat, sunscreen and sunglasses on sightseeing, and use washrooms just before you head out.

      The Palace of Winds is a five-storey spectacle with a dazzling pyramidal facade and overhanging windows. The journey now continues on to the ancient Amber Palace. Perched atop a ridge just outside Jaipur city, Amber is surrounded by fortified battlements, overlooking the Maota Lake. Built in the 17th century, it was once the seat of power before the birth of the Jaipur's City Palace. Today, though, it stands as a silent spectator to a bygone era, overlooking the ruins and sprawling crenulated wallsspread over the Aravalli.

      Though not long, through a winding uphill and a bit rough drive, you are taken in your car up to the main gate where you can tour sections of the palace that is famous for its excellence in design and ornate decor. With a bit of assistance through a steep ridged ramp, you can easily enter the palace and explore the second courtyard. The palace staff is happy to carry you in your wheelchair to some of the other areas of the palace connected with a reasonable number of steps. There are also places where wheelchair accessibility is possible through some easy ramps.

      Within the complex, see the Ganesh Pol, an awe-inspiring gateway painted with beautiful images of the elephant-headed god, Ganesh. You will not help but notice as you move through the halls of the princes the merging of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles making its way into the apartments, gardens and landscaping of the palace.

    • Take the rest of the day at leisure to explore and soak in the city.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • Coral Tree
  • Day 14
    • Explore the city of Jaipur.

      Spend a memorable day at your leisure around the royal city of Jaipur.

      This morning, you are invited to relive the grandiose of Jaipur and its nobility with a tour of the Pink City. The highlights of the tour include a visit to sections of the City Palace, including an enigmatic peek into their collection of traditional Rajasthani costumes, the Mughal and Rajput armoury, their extensive art gallery, royal paraphernalia and rare astronomical works. One can now paint a picture about the life and times of the royals.

      Proceed to the awe-inspiring Jantar Mantar Observatory, a stone astrological and astronomical observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh in the 18th century. Both the attractions are adjacent to each other and are wheelchair-friendly.

      Late in the afternoon, explore the bustling bazaar of the Old City to shop for the famous Jaipuri textiles and jewellery.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • The Loft
  • Day 15
    Jaipur - Agra
    • Transfer from hotel in Jaipur to hotel in Agra, en route visit Fatehpur Sikri.

      Following breakfast, drive from the capital of the Rajputs, to the capital of the Mughals, Agra (a journey of 230 km / 7 hours approx.). En route visit the deserted capital of the Mughals, Fatehpur Sikri.

      There are provisions for tea or coffee along the way along with fairly clean washrooms, though these might not be completely wheelchair accessible. Conversely, we suggest you to reduce your intake of beverages.

      Make a stop at the deserted fort of Fatehpur Sikri, a brilliant fusion of both Hindu and Mughal architecture. Located just 40 km from Agra, it is an enchanting folly that changed the landscape of the region, a mesmerising capital city built by Akbar in honour of Sufi saint Sheikh Salim Chisti only to be deserted within 14 years to fall to slow, poetic ruin. Ramps are placed at appropriate spots, ensuring comfortable mobility throughout the monument complex.

      On arrival in Agra, check in to your hotel.

      The stuff of epic stories and wondrous romance, Agra is enveloped in a tapestry of magic and allure. Known to the world as the city of the Taj Mahal, Agra is a story woven by the Mughals with their political design and artistic propensity. The architectural splendour of the mausoleums, forts and palaces is a vivid reminder of the opulence of the empire that came to shape the ethos of the region for centuries to come. From the Taj Mahal to the massive Agra Fort, Agra is rife with beauty, opulence and an unfound grace.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • The Loft
  • Day 16
    • Enjoy a visit to the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort.

      The day begins with breakfast after which we begin with a tour of the Taj Mahal.

      The Taj, considered as the epitome of love, was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal. The perfect symmetry, the ethereal glow, its unimaginable scale and the exquisite detailing covering every inch of marble justifies it as one of the most spectacular wonders of the world.

      Accompanied by your local guide, seated in your wheelchair, you can comfortably bridge the gap between the drop-off point and the entrance to the Taj Mahal complex. However, if possible, subject to having obtained prior permission on the day of visit, our vehicle can go right up to the entrance gate of the Taj Mahal complex. The complex itself is very well ramped right up to the last platform. But there is no wheelchair accessibility to the final enclosure where the cenotaphs lie.

      We don't think you would mind taking a washroom break before heading off to Agra Fort, an outstanding example of Mughal art and architecture. An impregnable military structure built by Akbar, the Agra Fort luxuriated with the elegance, lavishness and majesty of an imperial palace. Relive the era as you step into the seat of power and the stronghold of the Mughal Empire. Absorb the glory of this imposing, red sandstone structure, as you cruise conveniently through most of its well ramped palaces, pavilions and courtyards.

    • The rest of the day is at leisure for individual activities.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
    • The Loft
  • Day 17
    Agra - Delhi
    • Transfer from hotel in Agra to hotel in Delhi, en route visit Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb.

      Today, post breakfast, we visit the tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah followed by our drive to Delhi, via the Express Highway (a journey of 202 km / 4.5-hours drive approx.). Along the way, there are provisions to stop for a cup of chai or coffee and to use fairly clean washrooms, which might not be totally wheelchair-accessible.

      The charisma of times of yore greets you right at the outskirts of the city, as you stop to visit the magnificent Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb, popularly known as the 'Baby Taj'. Filled with gardens, mini structures and heritage monuments, this elegant tomb is the first structure of its kind to be constructed of pure marble in Mughal India and a perfect draft of the iconic Taj Mahal. The complex itself is very well ramped right up to the last platform. But there is no wheelchair accessibility to the final enclosure where the cenotaphs lie.

      On arrival in Delhi, check in to your hotel.

      Delhi is more than just the capital of India.From the grand monuments, to the chaotic markets, every part of the city has its own story to tell. What's most fascinating is that Delhi is a city that bridges two contrasting worlds. On one hand, Old Delhi is a labyrinth of narrow lanes surrounded by charming havelis and imposing mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi is composed of spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings.High on adrenaline, the city has much to show you.

    • The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 18
    • Explore the city of Delhi.

      After a leisurely breakfast, we start the day with a tour of Imperial Delhi. We take the morning drive as a great opportunity to drive past some of the most renowned monuments of the city like the mammoth India Gate (War Memorial Arch) that stands in the middle of the crossroads , the stately Parliament House flanked by lush gardens and the Rashtrapati Bhawan (the President's Residence).

      Next, we continue onwards to the Humayun's Tomb - a mausoleum built by Bega Begum in 1569, dedicated to her beloved husband. The monument is a seamless blend of Persian and Mughal architecture and seems to hover over a bed of well manicured lawns.

      The initial path leading you to the main complex of Humayun's tomb has some slightly bumpy patches of cobbled stones, which gradually smoothen out into fine sandstone gravel, leading up to the base of the plinth carrying the main mausoleum. Though the principal edifice on the plinth is inaccessible to wheelchairs, it is anyway viewed better from a distance.

      Following a tantalising Dilli lunch and clean and accessible washrooms, we drive through the lively streets of South Delhi and head to visit Qutab Minar, the leaning tower of India (it leans 2 feet off its axis) located in a lush green complex. Though, it was the first formal entry of Islamic rule in India, its various structures offers very interesting insights into its architecture.
      If time permits; enjoy some shopping at the designer mall, Emporio.

      Later, return to the hotel.

    • The rest of the day is at leisure for independent activities.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 19
    • Enjoy a city tour of Old Delhi.

      This morning, following a leisurely breakfast, take in the sights and sounds of Old Delhi with a visit to the magical old town.

      A word of advice: before leaving your hotel, we suggest using the washroom as the tour of the old city takes a couple of hours to navigate comfortably on your wheelchair and there aren't any clean accessible toilets nearby. And, of course, don't forget to pack your suntan lotion, sunhat, etc.

      Your introduction to the grand old city begins with a short drive around the locality enveloping the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. Situated on a mound in the heart of the erstwhile capital of the Mughals, this impressive red sandstone structure projects beautifully into the Old Delhi skyline with a courtyard capable of holding 25,000 devotees.

      After having experienced all the hustle-bustle of the old city, we now head to the calm and serene Raj Ghat - the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. Raj Ghat with its sublime expanse of lush green trees affords a perfect ode to one of the greatest souls ever. It is bound to leave you with an aftertaste of inspiration.

      Later drive pass the Red Fort. Once the residence of the Mughal Kings till 1857, the Red Fort was the pride of the Mughal empire, built at the pinnacle of their reign. Head to the calm and serene Raj Ghat - the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. Raj Ghat with its sublime expanse of lush green trees affords a perfect ode to one of the greatest souls ever. It is bound to leave you with an aftertaste of inspiration.

      Proceed to visit Bangla Sahib -the Sikh Temple. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent Sikh gurudwara, or Sikh house of worship, in Delhi, India and known for its association with the eighth Sikh guru, Guru Har Krishan, as well as the pool inside its complex, known as the "Sarovar". If you are lucky and in time, you may not only get the opportunity to visit the main prayer all but also the community kitchen that feeds free food to a large number of people every day without and discrimination concerning their color, caste, religion or socio economic status. What's more, major park of the work in the kitchen is done (including cooking, service and cleaning) by volunteers.

    • The rest of the day is at leisure for various activities. If you require us to organize transportation for you to pursue any of the optional activities, please let us know in advance.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 20
    Depart Delhi
    • Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at your comfortable hotel.
      Check out from your hotel at 1200 hours.

      Today, you bid farewell to your tour, continuing onwards to your next destination.

    • Meals included: Breakfast
  • Mumbai
  • Ahmedabad
  • Udaipur
  • Jodhpur
  • Jaipur
  • Agra
  • New Delhi

The financial capital of India, Mumbai is where dreams come true. Home to one of the world's most prolific film industries, this powerhouse city is full of energy and good vibes. Add lip-smacking street food to the list and you are good to go! Don't forget to explore hidden temples, hippie cafes and the stunning colonial architecture. This city of dreams is sure to make you fall in love!

India's western-most city, Ahmedabad is popular with pilgrims and will never disappoint the peace-seeking traveller. Visit Mahatma Gandhi's former home, Sabarmati Ashram, explore the old-world charm of the city and get lost in the fascinating maze of some remarkable buildings here. Ahmedabad is a city not to be missed!

The regal city of Udaipur is a paradise for people fond of royal architecture. From the temples, palaces and havelis to colourful streets, Udaipur is a city straight out of a miniature Mughal painting. Fondly known as the Venice of The East, this city boasts of beautiful lakes. Udaipur is indeed magical and romantic and an unmissable part of Rajasthan!

A rhapsody in blue, Jodhpur is a mighty and magnificent city in Rajasthan. Get lost in the dreamy maze of the architectural wonder of the Blue City. Admire the larger-than-life forts and experience its languid charm This picturesque city is sure to mesmerise every inch of your thrill-seeking soul. With all the stunning medieval streets, colourful bazaars and the happy vibe, it's difficult not to be smitten by Jodhpur!

Adorned with pretty pink palaces, lush green gardens and grand forts, Jaipur represents the rich and vibrant culture of Rajasthan. The enthralling mahals and thoughtful locals make it worth every tourist's time. The camels, festivities and the hippie culture are an add-on to this stunning Pink City nestled between mighty forts and the rugged Aravalli Hills.

The mystical appeal of one of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal draws tourists from all over the world. But the Taj isn't the only attraction here. The magnificent legacy of the Mughal empire includes a grand list of tombs and mausoleums that are all worth a visit. Also, don't miss out on the bustling bazaars and splurge a bit on luxurious carpets and leather goods!

Magnificent, mystic and magnetic, Delhi is a bustling backstreet of mausoleums and vibrant bazaars. Explore the chaotic bylanes of Old Delhi, tussle in the gleaming gardens at dusk and gorge on the most delicious roadside chaat. The city of Djinns is overwhelmingly fascinating to all!

  • Mumbai
    3 nights

    Gordon House

    Superior Room
    • Bar
    • Air Conditioner
    • Restaurant
    • Room service
    • Business Center
    • Gym
    • Internet
  • Ahmedabad
    3 nights

    Lemon Tree

    Superior Room
    • Restaurant
    • Cafe
    • Room service
    • Business Center
    • Pool
    • Gym
    • Internet
  • Jodhpur
    2 nights

    Jagat Niwas

    Economy Room
    • Air Conditioner
    • Room service
    • Internet
  • Jaipur
    3 nights


    Economy Room
    • Bar
    • Restaurant
    • Room service
    • Pool
  • Agra
    2 nights

    Coral Tree

    • Internet
  • New Delhi
    3 nights

    The Loft

    Economy Room
    • Internet


  • Accommodation at hotels mentioned or similar.
  • Transfers by AC vehicle as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • All excursions and sightseeing tours by AC vehicle as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • English speaking local guide during sightseeing at all sightseeing places. Assistance of an Enable Travel representative at airports.
  • All currently applicable taxes, i.e. Hotel tax and Transportation tax.
  • Porterage at airports - 2 pieces of baggage per person.


  • Any transport to Mumbai/ from Delhi. Your tour price starts ex - Mumbai.
  • Air, train or bus fare from / to your originating city of stay, unless specified.
  • Internal flights.
  • Visa fee.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Any meals / en route meals unless specified.
  • Any additional sightseeing tours other than those mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Items of personal nature, viz, tips, porterage, room service, laundry, mineral water, alcoholic or non alcoholic beverages, phone calls, additional sightseeing tours and excursions not included in the itinerary, still or video camera fees, etc.
  • Any increase in fuel cost, government taxes, entrance fees, intra and interstate taxes, etc. The tour price will be amended in accordance.
  • Entrance fees @ INR 10731 per person, payable extra over and above the tour cost.
  • Any items or services not specified in the itinerary under 'HOLIDAY PRICE INCLUDES' header.
  • Supplement charges applicable for long weekends and festivals.
  • Any rides, safaris, boating charges, additional sightseeing tours other than the mentioned in inclusions.
  • Goods and Services Tax of 5%.

Dates & Price

Price Validity Category Twin / Double Single
1st Oct 2019 - 31st Mar 2020 HERITAGE 2,848 3,919
1st Oct 2019 - 31st Mar 2020 ECONOMY 2,876 3,986
1st Oct 2019 - 31st Mar 2020 SUPERIOR 3,447 4,943
1st Oct 2019 - 31st Mar 2020 DELUXE 4,285 6,534
1st Oct 2019 - 31st Mar 2020 LUXURY 9,698 17,216

Before you Go

  • Red Fort, Delhi, remains closed to visitors on Mondays.
  • The Taj Mahal remains closed to visitors on Fridays.
  • We request all our guests to let us know of all their special requirements, i.e. dietary, mobility, accessibility, vision, speech or hearing, at the time of booking, enabling us to plan the trip accordingly.
  • If you use a motorised wheelchair, please carry sufficient battery back-up (in case of a breakdown).
  • Manual wheelchairs can be arranged on request and an additional charge.
  • Voltage available in India is 220-240 volts. International adapters are available at most hotels.

Important Info

  • The following monuments/sites are closed to visitors on:

    • Red Fort, Delhi: Monday
    • Taj Mahal, Agra: Friday
  • Check in time will be 1400 hours and Check out time will be 1200 hours.
  • Prices are subject to change without any prior notice.
  • Rates include only those items specified in your itinerary.
  • Distances mentioned in itinerary are approximate and driving time depends on traffic conditions.
  • During the visit to the Taj Mahal, tourists are required to travel from the parking lot to the main gate (and back) on foot or by battery operated non AC vans. These vans cannot be pre-booked ad guests will have to wait in queue for their turn. These vans are not wheelchair-friendly. For our wheelchair-bound guests, permission to drop and pick them up at the monument gate is subject to local conditions.
  • Visitors going to any religious places, e.g. Jama Masjid (Delhi) should be modestly dressed. Admission will be denied to anyone wearing short pants/skirts, sleeveless T-shirts/blouses. Bare shoulders and midriffs are not permitted and should be covered with shawls.
  • No wearing footwear and no carrying plastic or leather articles while entering any temple.
  • The rates mentioned above are confidential and should not be shared with a third party without written consent of Enable Travel. All arrangements made by Enable Travel are in the capacity of an agent only. Enable Travel will not be liable for claims or expenses arising from circumstances beyond our control such as accidents, injuries, delayed or cancelled flights and acts / forces of nature.
  • In case, at the time of booking, accommodation is not available in the hotels mentioned above, we will book an alternate hotel / category of room for which the supplement / reduction will be advised accordingly.
  • A refund / discount would not be applicable if breakfast or any meals included in the package are not utilised.
  • Enable Travel's costs are based on contracted rates for leisure business. No conference / business / corporate activity have been envisaged in the tour cost. Including any such activity may result in the above being treated as a business delegation and the hotels are likely to charge a separate contracted rate for the same.

  • In case of any additional expense incurred due to a change in Government of India and Reserve Bank of India regulations pertaining to taxes, fuel hikes, entrances to monuments, transport, fluctuation in the rate of exchange and any force majeure situation due to natural / political conditions, Enable Travel reserves the right to adjust the tour price accordingly.
  • Smoking in Public Places has been prohibited in India. Public places include open spaces, restaurants, hotels, pubs, discotheques, banquet halls, etc. No services would be permitted / provided in separate smoking enclosures / areas, if available, with the exception of rooms designated as 'smoking rooms' in hotels.
  • Force Majeure Situations: Enable Travel and its associates shall not be liable to pay any compensation where the performance / prompt performance of our contractual obligations is prevented / affected or any damage or loss is suffered as a result of a "force majeure" situation. In these Booking Conditions, "force majeure" would stand for any event which Enable Travel or the supplier of the service(s) in question could not, even with all due care, foresee or avoid. Such events may include war or threat of war, riot, civil strife, actual or threatened terrorist activity, industrial dispute, natural or nuclear disaster, adverse weather conditions, fire and all similar events outside of our control. Enable Travel and its associates are not liable for any compensation for damage caused by a force majeure or other unforeseen events. Enable Travel would notify our clients / agents timely of such force majeure events as and when feasible and will aim to limit the damage and supplement cost befalling the clients / agents for alternate arrangements deviating from the planned programme.