Trip Length: 20 days
Trip Dates
: Oct 24-Nov 12, 2010
18 nights in Deluxe & Luxury hotels | 23 meals
2010 Rates
: $10,995 double | $15,895 single
Intra-tour flights: $1300 (4 flights)
International Airfare is additional.

day 1 -- sun, oct 24 Fly USA to New Delhi, India
Day 2 -- mon, oct 25 Arrive New Dehli
Day 3 -- tue, oct 26 Delhi sightseeing
Day 4 -- wed, oct 27 Drive to Agra. Visit the Taj Mahal
Day 5 -- thu, oct 28 Agra. Sunrise at the Taj Mahal.
Day 6 -- Fri, oct 29 Drive Agra to Bharatupur. Visit Fatehpur Sikri. Train to Ranthambore.
day 7 -- Sat, oct 30 Ranthambore Tiger Safari.
Day 8 -- sun, oct 31 Drive Ranthambore to Alwar
Day 9 -- mon, nov 01 Alwar. Visit the medieval site of Bhangarh. Sunset Cowdust Tour
Day 10 -- tue, nov 02 Drive Alwar to Jaipur. City tour of Jaipur.
Day 11 -- Wed, nov 03 Jaipur's Amber Fort
Day 12 -- thu, nov 04 Fly from Jaipur to Udaipur. Tour Udaipur.
day 13 -- fri, nov 05 Udaipur. Visit Nagda and Eklinji Temples
day 14 -- sat, nov 06 Fly Kochi (Cochin) Evening dance performance
day 15 -- sun, nov 07 Kochi tour
day 16 -- mon, nov 08 Drive to Alleppey & board your House Boat
day 17 -- tue, nov 09 Disembark in Kumarakom
day 18 -- wed, nov 10 Kumarakom. Explore the region by boat.
day 19 -- thu, nov 11 Drive Kumarakom to Kochi& fly to Mumbai
day 20 -- fri, nov 12 Depart Mumbai for the USA. Arrive USA
Whether you are a first time traveler to India or returning to explore more of the country's rich sights, this tour offers the best the country has to offer. From the capital of Delhi, to the Taj Mahal and the cities of Rajasthan as well as the backwaters of Kerala. A highlight is the famous "tiger safari." We have seleceted spectacular hotels - including the the Aman resort in Alwar - where you will be pampered and treated like royalty.
Join us for a trip-of-a-lifetime to one of the world's most fascinating destinations - India.

Sun, Oct 24, 2010 -- USA
Depart the USA on any regularly scheduled flight to Delhi.

Monday - Oct 25 -- Delhi
Today you will be arriving Delhi. After immigration and customs, you will be met by a Coda representative at the arrival hall who will assist you in transferring to your hotel, The Oberoi. Hotel The Oberoi Room Luxury room Meals None Tue, Oct 26 Delhi This morning you will have a slow start. You will first visit sights in New Delhi. Humayun’s Tomb, built in the mid-16th century by Haji Begum, senior wife of Humayun, the second Mughal emperor, is an early example of Mughal architecture. The elements in its design are of great interest for its relation to the later Taj. Qutub Minar dates back to the 13th century and is one of the greatest bequests of Islamic culture. Then drive past Rajpath (The Kings Way), another focus of Lutyens New Delhi . a ceremonial boulevard flanked on either side by ornamental ponds. Rashtrapati Bhawan, the official residence of the President of India, stands at the opposite end of the Rajpath from the India Gate. India Gate is an arch of triumph standing at the eastern end of the Rajpath. It bears the names of 85,000 Indian Army soldiers who died in the campaigns of WW I and the 1919 Afghan fiasco. For lunch we will reserve tables at Veda Restaurant (direct payment) serving fusion Indian cuisine. After lunch continue to the Red Fort. Shah Jahan started construction of the massive fort in 1638 and it was completed in 1648. In Chandni Chowk, a colorful shopping bazaar, enjoy a cycle rickshaw ride on the main street of Old Delhi. Jama Masjid is the great mosque of Old Delhi, the largest in India and the final architectural extravagance of Shah Jahan. Our final stop is at Raj Ghat, a simple square platform of black marble marking the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in 1948. Return to the hotel. Dinner is independent this evening.
Hotel The Oberoi
Room Luxury room
Meals Breakfast

Wed, Oct 27 -- Delhi – Agra
This morning drive to Agra (a little more than four hours.) En route visit Sikandra, the tomb of Mughal Emperor Akbar. Upon arrival you will check in to the Oberoi Amarvilas. This evening visit the Taj Mahal by sunset. Hotel Oberoi Amarvilas Room Premier with balcony (view of Taj Mahal from your room) Meals Breakfast Thu, Oct 28 Agra Early this morning visit the Taj Mahal ‘Monument for Love’ at sunrise. The Taj Mahal is perhaps the world’s most perfectly proportioned monument. This stunning mausoleum immortalized the name of Shah Jahan’s last wife Mumtaz Mahal, “light of the palace”. Built by Indian artisans and artisans from neighboring Islamic countries, it is aptly described by the poet laureate Tagore as “A tear on the face of eternity”. Decorated with a mosaic of semi precious stones and Persian calligraphy recreating verses from the Koran, the mausoleum is an “Urs”, an important place of pilgrimage since the empress died in childbirth making her a martyr. Prayers are said and passages from Koran are constantly recited in the mosque and cenotaph chamber. Return to your hotel for breakfast. This afternoon visit Agra Fort that stands on the site of a 14th century fort that was occupied by the Lodi Sultans of Delhi. Richly decorated with marble and mosaic, it was in a part of this fort that Shah Jahan spent the last years of his life, imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb. His private quarters where he was confined, has a magical view of the Taj Mahal across the river Yamuna.
Hotel Oberoi Amarvilas
Room Premier with balcony
Meals Breakfast

Fri, Oct 29 -- Agra – Bharatpur – Ranthambore
After breakfast drive a little over two hours to Bharatpur en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri, among the world’s most perfect ghost cities and a marvel of design and construction. It was conceived and built by Emperor Akbar, one of the most enlightened rulers of his time. Built in 1571, it is a synthesis of the flourishing styles of the Persian courts and the prevailing Hindu Islamic trends. Today its pristine red sandstone buildings are as perfect as when they were first built. Stop at the Laxmi Vilas Palace, Bharatpur for lunch. Later transfer to Bharatpur railway station for train to Ranthambore. Leave: Bharatpur at: 03:55 PM by: Jan Shatabdi Express Arrive: Ranthambore at: 06:00 PM Upon arrival, transfer to Oberoi Vanyavilas for overnight. Spanning about 250 square miles, Ranthambore covers a variety of habitats, from lakes and rivers to deciduous forest and open bush land. The forests of Ranthambore, in the state of Rajasthan, were once the private hunting grounds of the Maharajahs of Jaipur. Their desire to preserve game in these forests for sport, was partially responsible for the tigers' conservation and subsequent rescue by Project Tiger. Tigers are often spotted in the daylight rolling lazily in the sun or hunting down Sambar around the lakes. It has been named a World Heritage Site because of the picturesque ruins that dot the park - lake palaces, ‘chhatrs’, old fortifications and the majestic, centuries-old Ranthambore Fort. Tiger, leopard, hyena, jackal, sloth bear and wild boar are the main predators in the reserve, and there are many species of herbivore, including spotted deer, Sambhar deer, Nilgai and chinkara
Hotel Oberoi Vanyavilas
Room Luxury Tent Meals
Breakfast and Lunch

Sat, Oct 30 -- Ranthambore
Early in the morning set off by shared jeep or canter to explore the park for a morning game drive, looking for tiger, spotted deer, barking deer, Nilgai and sloth bear. We might also spot marsh crocodile and python around the lakes. Woodland, ground and water birds are among the rare jungle fowl and as well as many species of eagle. In the afternoon enjoy another game drive in the park by shared jeep or canter.
Hotel Oberoi Vanyavilas
Room Luxury Tent
Meals Breakfast

Sunday, Oct 31 -- Ranthambore - Alwar
Early this morning enjoy a final game drive at the park. Return to your hotel for breakfast, afterwards driving to Alwar, a little over six hours drive. Upon arrival check in at hotel Aman Bagh. Alwar is also known as the “tiger gate” of Rajasthan. There are several forts and palaces with their own uniqueness and archeological treasures to explore. The Amanbagh derives its name from the words aman, meaning ‘peaceful' in Sanskrit and bagh, meaning ‘garden' in Hindi. It lies within a walled compound that was once used by the Maharajah of Alwar. Long since abandoned, the trees and vegetation continue to thrive due to a reliable water supply drawn from an adjacent lake.
Hotel The Amanbagh
Room Court Yard Haveli Room
Meals Breakfast

Mon, Nov 01 -- Alwar
Rising early today drive to the medieval site at Bhangarh. This abandoned township belonged to the Jaipur royal family and legend has it that this city of magnificent bazaars, palaces, gardens, temples and bathing pools was deserted overnight because it was cursed by an evil court magician. The best time to visit it is either early morning or at sunset. You will visit early in the morning and breakfast will be served on the site. A private yoga session will be arranged at this atmospheric site. Rest of the day is free for independent activities. A great way to experience rural Rajasthan is to head out in a jeep for a tour of the surrounding villages during peak hour! Peak hour being that hour of the afternoon when the local neighbors are herding the goats, cows and buffalo’s home after a day’s grazing. The locals will wave and the children will run after the car and you may even be invited for chai (tea) in one of the neighbor’s homes. We encourage you to communicate with the local village friends. For many, this Sunset Cow Dust Tour is a profound & inspiring experience.
Hotel The Amanbagh
Room Court Yard Haveli Room
Meals Breakfast

Tue, Nov 02 -- Alwar – Jaipur
Morning after breakfast you will drive a little over two hours to Jaipur. Jaipur, "The City of Victory", was first intended to be "Sawai Jaipur", named after the boy Prince who commissioned it - Maharaja Jai Singh II - a warrior, astronomer and politician who reigned over the Mughals from 1699 to 1743. Today's Jaipur is pink, visually described as the city shaded with the autumn colors of a sunset. Although originally the walls were render set and pigmented the color of red sandstone, Jaipur's universal coat of pink only came in 1876 to coincide with the visit of the Prince of Wales (King Edward VII). Almost the entire city was given a coat of pink paint, thus giving it the name "The Pink City". This afternoon enjoy a city tour of Jaipur. Tour the part of the City Palace which is open to the public. The most impressive part of the palace is the Diwan-I-Khas or the hall of private audience. Entered through a gateway richly decorated in pietra dura and flanked by a pair of elephants carved out of a single block of marble, the star exhibits of this area are a pair of enormous sterling silver vessels used to store holy water from the Ganges. Also of interest is the Art Gallery which has a collection or royal memorabilia. The Jantar Mantar which you visit next is a collection of futuristic structures and astronomical instruments designed by Sawai Jai Singh the founder of Jaipur. Finally you may wish to explore the colorful markets of Jaipur, in the heart of what is known as the Pink City. One of the fun ways to travel is by cycle rickshaw.
Hotel Oberoi Rajvilas
Room Premier room
Meals Breakfast

Wed, Nov 03 -- Jaipur
After breakfast proceed for a visit to Amber Fort. ‘Amber Fort’ the old capital of the Kingdom of Kachhawa. As a result of the cordial relations between the rulers of Jaipur and the Imperial power, Amber’s wealth grew enormously. Raja Man Singh was mainly responsible for the exquisite artwork, palaces and temples within the fort of Amber, which drew much of its inspiration from sumptuous décor of the surrounding Mughal courts. After your tour of Amber Fort you will be taken to the outskirts of Jaipur to experience an Elephant Safari at the Dera Amer followed by lunch at the camp. Return to your hotel in the afternoon and remainder of the day at your leisure to enjoy the amenities at the hotel or go shopping.
Hotel Oberoi Rajvilas
Room Premier room
Meals Breakfast & Lunch

Thu, Nov 04 -- Jaipur – Udaipur
Early morning transfer to the airport for the flight to Udaipur.
Leave: Jaipur at: 07:00 AM by: 9W 2207 (Jet Connect)
Arrive: Udaipur at: 07:45 AM
Udaipur is a very romantic city, with the palaces built around Lake Pichola and the Aravali Hills forming the backdrop. Home of the Mewar Rajputs, whose symbol is the rising sun, Udaipur was built as a result of the former Mewari Capital, Chittorgarh being destroyed in a bloody siege. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel, The Oberoi Udaivilas. Since the check in time at the hotel is 2:00 PM, leave your luggage at the hotel and after breakfast proceed for a city tour of Udaipur. The City Palace was the home of the Maharanas of Udaipur who according to legend descended from the Sun, the whole complex appropriately faces east. In terms of an exemplary eye to detail and craftsmanship, few palaces match the artwork in this palace. Also of particular note here is the exquisite collection of priceless Rajput Miniature paintings done in the Mewari tradition. Walk through the Crystal Gallery which has a rather eclectic collection of Crystal Object d’art and furniture including a complete bedroom set, discovered recently in a store room in the palace. Finally you visit the Bagore Ki Haveli, a splendid Museum exhibiting Udaipur’s traditional arts and crafts, costumes, musical instruments and marble work. After lunch, check in to your rooms. Later, enjoy an exclusive boat cruise on Lake Pichola, sailing past its picturesque ghats and palaces.
Hotel Oberoi Udaivilas
Room Premier room
Meals Breakfast

Fri, Nov 05 -- Udaipur
After breakfast, visit Eklinji & Nagda. The small but beautiful complex at Nagda, known as the “Sas” and “Bahu” temples (literally Temples of the Mother in law and Daughter in law) were elaborately carved in the 10th century and dedicated to Lord Vishnu. On the larger Sas temple, there are beautiful friezes with scenes from the Ramayana, meeting of lovers, and images of the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The Bahu temple has a richly carved archway and columns profusely carved with female figurines. Arrive at Devigarh Fort Palace for lunch. On the way back to the city visit the 8th century Eklinji Temple. Eklinji was a reincarnation of the Indian deity Shiva, and the patron god of the Maharanas of Udaipur.
Hotel Oberoi Udaivilas
Room Premier room
Meals Breakfast & Lunch

Sat, Nov 06 -- Udaipur – Mumbai – Kochi
Transfer to the airport for your flight to Mumbai.
Leave: Udaipur at: 08:20 AM by: 9W 2207 (Jet Connect)
Arrive: Mumbai at: 09:35 AM
Upon arrival change flights for Kochi. Leave: Mumbai at: 10:35 AM by: 9W 2101 (Jet Connect) Arrive: Kochi at: 12:10 PM Meet upon arrival and transfer to hotel Taj Malabar. Kochi (Cochin) is situated on the trade route between Europe and China on one of the finest natural harbors on the Arabian Sea coast. Cochin has been a port of call for foreign traders from very early times. At the entrance of Cochin harbor, the Chinese fishing nets add a wistful aura to the surroundings. These nets are the only remaining evidence of the Chinese contacts of ancient times. In the evening, watch a performance of the colorful Kathakali theater dancers, with their lavish costumes and exotic masks. These dramatic dancers base their plays on events and episodes from the great epics of India.
Hotel Brunton Boat Yard
Room Standard Sea Facing room
Meals Breakfast

Sun, Nov 07 -- Kochi
After breakfast proceed for a city tour of Kochi. The Jewish Synagogue was built in 1568 and destroyed by the Portuguese in 1662 then rebuilt by the Dutch two years later. Scrolls of the Old Testament and a number of copper plates inscribed in Hebrew script are kept preserved in the synagogue. It contains beautiful Belgian glass chandeliers and is paved with hand painted, willow pattern tiles from Canton in China. Look around the Mattancherry Palace or ‘Dutch Palace’ with its wonderful murals depicting the entire story of the Ramayana on its walls. Although not an opulent building, the Mattancherry Palace has a charm of its own. Built in 1503 by Portuguese Francisan Friars, St. Francis Church was the first European Church built in India. It was restored in 1779 by the protestant Dutch, converted to an Anglican Church by the British in 1795, and is presently used by the church of South India. Vasco da Gama's remains were buried here in 1524 and later moved to Lisbon, but his tombstone still remains. The huge cantilevered Chinese fishing nets at the entrance of Kochi harbor are a fascinating sight, brought by traders from the court of Kublai Khan. Afternoon will be at leisure to enjoy the amenities at the hotel.
Hotel Brunton Boat Yard
Room Standard Sea Facing room
Meals Breakfast

Mon, Nov 08 -- Kochi – Alleppey – House Boat
This morning drive for a little over one hour to Alleppey. Upon arrival board your House Boat for an overnight cruise to Kumarakom. The waterways form a basis for a distinct regional lifestyle, and traveling by houseboat along these backwaters is one of the highlights of a visit to the state. The boats cross shallow, palm-fringed lakes studded with Chinese fishing nets and along narrow, shady canals giving one a chance to see this unique lifestyle. The Houseboats or Kettuvalloms are one of the most enduring images of the backwaters. These air conditioned, palm covered boats are designed to navigate the narrow canals. The boat has two comfortable bedrooms with small en-suite facilities and a larger, open sided sitting area where meals (prepared on board) are served. Each boat has a Captain, mate and butler who will accompany our excursions. Enjoy your lunch and dinner on board the House Boat.
Hotel House Boat Room
Premium one bedroom
Meals Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tue, Nov 09 -- Disembark Kumarakom
After breakfast on board disembark at Zuri Kumarakom Kerala Resort & Spa’s jetty and check in. A sleepy little backwater village set on the Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom has more canals than roads. Explore the intricate network of canals by canoe, seeing lush palm groves and stretches of rice fields, and gliding through backwater villages where daily life has remained unaltered for centuries. The traffic on the broader canals, of ferries and cargo boats, emphasizes the economic importance of these vital waterways. The reminder of your day is at your leisure to enjoy the amenities at the resort including the various spa options.
Hotel Zuri Kumarakom Kerala Resort & Spa Room Zuri
Deluxe room
Meals Breakfast

Wed, Nov 10 -- Kumarakom
Today breakfast at the resort and enjoy the rest of the morning at leisure to enjoy the amenities at the resort or to explore near-by places. This afternoon board the boat to continue exploring the area. Stop at a local farmhouse for lunch with the family. Tour the family’s spice plantation. Cruise back to the hotel in the evening.
Hotel Zuri Kumarakom Kerala Resort & Spa Room Zuri
Deluxe room Meals
Breakfast & Lunch

Thu, Nov 11 -- Kumarakom – Kochi – Mumbai
The morning is at leisure at the resort. In the afternoon drive to Kochi airport (a little over two hours) Board a flight to Mumbai.
Leave: Kochi at: 06:05 PM by: 9W 2104 (Jet Connect)
Arrive: Mumbai at: 05:45 PM
Transfer to the Hotel Leela Kempinski, near the airport.
Hotel Leela Kempinski Room
Deluxe Premier room
Meals Breakfast

Fri, Nov 12 -- Mumbai to USA
This morning transfer to the International Airport for your flight back home.

Oberoi New Delhi - Located in New Delhi, India’s capital city, The Oberoi, New Delhi reflects the city’s spirit in a harmonious blend of tradition and contemporary sophistication.
Oberoi Amarvilas - Enjoy the luxury of your own private view of the greatest monument to love. Wake up to the glorious sight of the Taj, bathed by the first rays of dawn. Watch her sparkle by day as the sun shines on her architectural perfection. Allow yourself to be swept away by her romance at dusk. Let the nights be filled with the magic of the Taj by moonlight.
Oberoi Vanyavilas - Nestling in the natural beauty of the wilds, The Oberoi Vanyavilas is India’s leading luxury jungle resort on the edge of the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. The resort setting is picture-perfect with a dramatic watercourse and sun-kissed private decks. The luxury tents with finely embroidered canopies, luxurious bathrooms and private walled gardens are in perfect contrast to the ruggedness of the jungle.

Amanbagh - Situated in the foothills of the Aravalli Hills and built, haveli-style, using soft sandstone and pale pink marble, Amanbagh is a regal garden estate in the starkly beautiful wilds of Rajasthan. Circled by walls which enclose a verdant oasis watered by a nearby lake and tributaries of the Chambal River, Amanbagh was once the site of the Maharajah of Alwar’s hunting lodge, and his favored garden retreat, evoking the cultural richness, the princely pleasures, and the dramatic romance of the Moghul era.

Oberoi Rajvilas - Recreating the magnificence of princely Rajasthan, in a beautiful fort setting, with Jaipur as its backdrop, The Oberoi Rajvilas is set in 32 acres of landscaped gardens with pavilions and reflection pools that create the romance and grandeur of Rajasthan. Rooms, luxury tents and villas with private pools are clustered around private courtyards in a richly embellished fort setting. At The Oberoi Rajvilas superb attention to detail creates a soothing blend of warm, effortless service and harmonious spaces.
Oberoi Udaivilas - Conceived as a traditional Indian palace, The Oberoi Udaivilas showcases the rich heritage of the Mewar region of Rajasthan with its rambling courtyards, gentle rippling fountains, reflecting pools and verdant gardens. Grand architecture inspired by the palaces of Rajasthan present a picture of majesty resplendent with pavilions and domes that lead you to a journey of discovery. Interiors embellished with decorative domes, hand painted frescoes, intricate mirror work and beautifully crafted artifacts create an ambience of regal splendor.
Brunton Boatyard Hotel - All of the hotel's 22 rooms overlook the sea, and so, by happy circumstance, do the en-suite bathrooms. Few pleasures rival a long hot soak in your tub of an evening, watching the dolphins play tag with the trading ships of the globe. You can choose from regular rooms, or the stately Harbor suites, where the appointments feature original colonial era artifacts.
Hotel Zuri Kumarakom Kerala Resort & Spa- Experience the cozy ambience and captivating landscape of this India luxury hotel, offering an exquisite convergence of modern style and breathtaking natural beauty.
Hotel Leela Kempinski- The Leela Kempinski Mumbai is a convenient 5 minutes drive from the Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport and 15 minutes drive from the domestic airport in one of the best Mumbai hotels. We will relax here waiting for our return flight to the USA.


# Travelers
5 to 10
2 to 4
Intra-tour Airfare
$1300 Econ. Class
Bus. Class - Pls inquire
Tour costs are based on current airfares, tariffs and currency values at the time of publishing of the tour (usually 1 year prior to departure.) All rates & fares are subject to change until final payment is made as specified in our Terms and Conditions.


  • 18 nights accommodation based on twin sharing at the following hotels/room categories.
  • Breakfast on fixed menu basis.
  • Accommodation on board House Boat includes all meals. Air-conditioning is available only in the bed room for the House Boat.
  • Fixed menu lunch at Laxmi Vilas Palace Bharatpur, Devigarh & Farm House Lunch, Kumarakom on 29th Oct, 05th Nov and 10 Nov ’10.
  • Bhangarh Fort Yoga session followed by breakfast on 01 Nov ’10.
  • Cow Dust Sun Set Tour at Alwar on 01 Nov ’10.
  • Dera Amer decorated Elephant Safari with lunch on 03rd Nov ’10 in Jaipur.
  • Three game drivers at Ranthambore using Jeep or Canter based on availability along with Park Naturalist.
  • Services of English Speaking local guide during sightseeing (Except for Alwar) and services of accompanying English Speaking guide from Alleppey to Kumarakom.
  • All transport services by Air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Entrance & Camera fees to monuments of visit as per the itinerary.
  • Domestic bottled during sightseeing tours and excursions.
  • Air-conditioned chair car train fare for Bharatpur to Ranthambore by Jan Shatabdi Express.


  • Cost of meals which are not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Gratuities for driver and guide.
  • Alcoholic drink, laundry and telephone charges.
  • Domestic Internal Airfare (given separately).
  • International airfare, Visa fee, airport tax and any kind of insurance.
A single entry visa for India is required for American/Canadian passport holders. For current costs and to download forms, we recommend using Zierer Visa Service. To Speak directly to ZVS Customer Service, call 866-788-1100 (toll-free in the U.S.). Please note that visas cannot be processed more than 90 days prior to departure and processing may take several weeks to complete.
You may also apply directly with an Indian Consulate in your area. For information, google the Indian Consulate nearest you (e.g. Indian Consulate New York).
* You must have a valid passport that remains valid six months past your return to the U.S. You should also have a minimum of two empty passport pages.
* A copy of your original Birth Certificate is now required as part of the application for an Indian visa.

If you plan to visit Nepal or another country before or after India and will return to India to fly home, you will need a multiple entry visa for India, and this visa now requires special documentation to obtain it. Please inquire with us.

None required or recommended. It is recommended you have your regular vaccinations up-to-date before traveling. For further information, visit the Center For Disease Control website.

Delta, British Air, Air France, Lufthansa, Air India are among airlines that can be used for this trip. We recommend booking at least 7 months in advance if you want to try to use Frequent Flyer Miles for free tickets or upgrades or the American Express Platinum card 2-4-1 program.

All departures are guaranteed on a minimum of 2 participants. Current pricing is based on a minimum of 10 travelers. Fewer than 10 travelers may necessitate a recalculation of rates. A Coda Tour Escort will travel with the group based on a minimum of 10 travelers. Local hosting will supervise groups less than 10 travelers.




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