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INDIA & NEPAL & DUBAI

 
INDIA, NEPAL, DUBAI perfect combination to learn and enjoy. India has its origins in primitive times and remains an undiscovered land. It extendiende from the shores of the Arabian Sea to the foot of the Himalayas, being amazing in terms of historical sites. Nepal is a fascinating country, one of the richest countries in the world, from the point of view of biodiversity, due to its geographic location and its wide variation of heights. Dubai combines modernity, ostentation, luxury, mystery ....


Price:

desde U$S 5.900.-

*Tickets Available Rate - consult and quote us. Rate per person based on double occupancy. DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR INDIA VISA VISA http://www.indembarg.org.ar/sp/visapass.htm visa for India, Tour Libor is responsible for processing at no charge. Nepal visa is not included and is made when entering the country, remember to bring 2 passport photos (cost not included USD 30.00) visa requirements in India: Form completed and signed by the passenger and Original Passport valid for at least 6 months at the time of commencement of carriage. (Photocopy and 1 st and 2 nd page of the passport) 2 current photos from the front 4 x 4 (color) certificate of yellow fever vaccine (original)


Itinerary:

IDA: Exits in flight from Ezeiza Buenos Aires, Dubai, New Delhi. Transfer by shuttle to the hotel.
RETURN: Transfer by shuttle to Kathmandu. Out in flight from Kathmandu, Dubai, Ezeiza Buenos
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Saturday, 02 November: Buenos Aires - Dubai - Delhi

Boarding the flight. Departure flight EK0248 course Dubai.
Sunday, 03 November: Dubai - Delhi

Arrival in Dubai. Then loaded onto Flight EK510 bound for Delhi.
Monday November 4: Delhi

Arrival at International Airport Delhi Welcome to India! A receptive we wait in the airport after making the immigration and customs formalities. Departure to the hotel in air-conditioned vehicle to arrive, check in and stay at the hotel. Delhi is mostly a historic city, a elegant capital, which yields to Bombay and Calcutta trade and economic predominance. Delhi, in fact, are two different cities: the energy and colorful and crowded bazaars of the old Mughal architecture contrast with the formal splendor New Delhi, whose wide boulevards offer each time a new perspective of the city . In it, you find some of the world's most luxurious hotels, with comfort and style, assures you good rest to return from his travels. From here you will open the picture and sound of this city: the magnificent Red Fort, Jama Masjid (the largest mosque in India), Qutub-Minar complex and erect tower. Take time to stroll through the modern economic and craft centers shops. Magicians and dancing bears entertain in the market places, and wizards allow you to launch a quick glance to the future. Overnight at hotel.
Tuesday, 05 November: Delhi

Breakfast at the hotel and visit old and new Delhi. Welcome the new day visiting the world's largest democracy. As he embarks on his adventure through the land, will experience real sights and sounds of India. During the trip the tour operator is always ready at your service to let them know the many faces of this land so vast. Delhi is the capital of modern India. Here you can see the mix of old and new India, the old and the old. Delhi comprises of seven ancient cities covering the period between the ages 11 and 20. Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many emperors leaving behind a large number of monuments that commemorate the grandeur and glory. Very few cities in the world can express such a profusion of architectural styles. Old Delhi was a walled city. The Mughal emperor, Shah Jehan in 1650 change the Mughal capital from Agra to Delhi. Shah Jehan possessing an exquisite talent, especially in architecture, created the seventh city and in the process attracted Delhi's glorious renaissance. Start the day riding the tricycle "rickshaw" and stroll through Old Delhi. Will visit Chandni Chowk, India's largest mosque Jama masjid, a panoramic view of the Red Fort and walk in the Gandhi Memorial - Raj Ghat. The bustling bazaar of Chandni Chowk is best visited on foot or by rickshaw. Its narrow streets are full of shops, especially clothes and silver jewelery. The Jama Masjid. The Jama Masjid or Friday Mosque is one of the largest mosques in India. It is the main center of worship for Muslims in Delhi. Situated opposite the Red Fort, the mosque was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan between 1644 and 1658. The Raj Ghat is a memorial dedicated to the memory of the father of modern India, the great Mahatma Gandhi. It is a simple but emotionally charged, especially for fans of this historical figure so charismatic. This pilgrimage is located in Old Delhi, particularly south of the Red Fort in New Delhi on the banks of river Yamuna. The Raj Ghat is also known as the Tomb of Gandhi. Admission to the exhibition is free, and I visited from 9:30 to 17:30 every day except closed on Monday. Then, view of New Delhi. New Delhi was designed and built by the British in 1920 is a city of wide boulevards impressive Government buildings, green parks and gardens. In 1911 King George V announced the transfer of the capital from Calcutta to Delhi. Royales architects, Lutyens and Baker put the designs and construction of the eighth city of Delhi - New Delhi. Lutyens designed the "City British measures" the city with magnificent buildings situated between the wide avenues with tree lines punctuated by Mughal style gardens, well planned with fountains and shallow pools. It took 20 years to complete this immense task. Visit two major ancient monuments of Delhi - Humayun's Tomb and the Qutub Minaret. You will also pass along the ceremonial avenue, Rajpath, after visits to India Gate and Parliament of India. Also visit a Hindu temple and Sikh temple. Humayun's Tomb Humayun's tomb is a complex of buildings of Mughal architecture in the Indian city of Delhi. Understand the main tomb of the Emperor Humayun as well as other tombs, mosques and other buildings. The resort is considered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site which is one of the first signs of Mughal architectural art. It is also one of the resorts that best preserved. Humayun's tomb is built with red sandstone which was added decorative details drawn in black and white marble. Its structure is octagonal and ceilings are intricately decorated with paintings. Qutub Minaret: The Qutb complex is a complex of buildings and monuments located in the city of Delhi in India. The construction of this complex was initiated Qutb-ud-din-Aybak, the first ruler of the dynasty of slaves. Lakshminarayan Temple: Lakshmi Narayan Temple or the Birla Temple as known, is a temple dedicated to Vishnu, the protector of the Hindu Trinity. The temple is a major attraction of Delhi. The stillness and peace of the temple is interrupted only by the kirtans (songs) that resonated the sanctus. There are altars to the gods of the Hindu religion. Situated in the city center and is a main attraction. The Gurdwara Bangla Sahib Gurdwara Bangla Sahib Sikh temple is the main city of Delhi in India. Located very close to the central Connaught Place, its structure is immediately recognized by its distinctive golden dome. The Gurdwara Bangla Sahib was originally a palace, known as Jaisinghpura, building owned by Raja Jai ​​Singh, the ruler of seventeenth century India. The eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan, lived there during his stay in Delhi in 1664. At that time, a cholera epidemic hit the city. Overnight at hotel.
Wednesday, 06 November: Delhi - Udaipur

After breakfast at the hotel, free time. Then transfer to airport to board the flight to Udaipur. Upon arrival, transfer and check into the hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Thursday, 07 November: Udaipur

After breakfast at hotel, visit to Udaipur. The monumental City Palace, standing on the lake, is the largest palace complex in Rajasthan. This is a cluster of buildings erected by various Maharanas and yet retains a surprising palace design uniformity. The construction was started by Maharana Udai Singh, the founder of the city. The palace is surmounted by balconies, towers and cupolas, and has views over the lake and the town center from the upper terraces. Access to the castle is by the North sector, through the Bari Pol, 1600, and the triple door Tripolia, 1725, with its eight carved marble arches. It was, once, an office where Maharanas were weighed under the gate, and its weight in gold or silver was distributed among the populace. The main part of the palace now houses a museum containing a large and varied, if somewhat battered, collection of parts. The museum includes the Mor Chowk with its beautiful mosaics of peacocks, the favorite bird of the Rajasthani. EI Manak ("ruby") exhibits Mahal glass and porcelain figures, while Krishna Vilas has a remarkable collection of miniatures. In the Bari Mahal is a central garden very solemn. Zanana Mahal In most paintings can be admired. The Moti Mahal presents beautiful mirror work and the Chini Mahal is covered in ornamental tiles. Among other showpieces include Rolls Royce of princes. Saheliyon Saheliyon ki ki Bari Bari, or Garden of the Maids of Honor, is north of the city. This small ornamental garden with its fountains, kiosks, marble elephants and a delightful lotus pond. In the afternoon boat ride on the serene waters of Lake Pichola. The island palace in the center of the lake is called Jagmandir Palace and is a quiet place from which can be seen daily ablutions and laundry lakeshore. Looking to the other side of the bank there is a wonderful view of the city. You will also have time to visit the vibrant markets that extend behind the City Palace. Overnight at hotel.
Friday November 8: Udaipur - Jaipur

After breakfast at the hotel, travel by road to Jaipur. Reach Jaipur and check in at hotel. Jaipur is known as the Pink City is the capital of the picturesque state of Rajasthan. It has the characteristic of being a planned city. During the walk through the old part of the city can enjoy a kaleidoscope of colors and sounds. Overnight at hotel.
Saturday, 09 November: Jaipur

After breakfast departure from the hotel for a half day excursion to Amber Fort. Near Jaipur, about 11 kilometers, is located Amber, imposing fortress that towers over a rocky hill next to a lake. Caparisoned elephants, go-slow, carry visitors to the top of the hill is a strange feeling to go elephant riding, that slow lateral balance accompanied by a slight increase, a row of elephants rises, another falls, its undulating idle and is accompanied by a beautiful view: up the walls of the fortress, ever closer, down the lake and the beautiful gardens that seem to float in it, and in the trees that line the road, lots of monkeys in many different positions and attitudes. Upon entering the fort there is a large courtyard elephants approaching a wall to stop travelers, but also there are many monkeys around play, others sit on the walls, one of them eating a bunch of flowers, delicious appetizer . In Rajasthan many monkeys living in the wild, but have been brought Amber to the delight of tourists. The main entrance is impressive Amber Palace, decorated with carvings and floral, with the elephant God Ganesh on the door, and several windows with stone lattice where women could see without being seen. The interior of the palace is also of great beauty, with its walls decorated with small mirrors embedded, so it has been called Sheesh Mahal, or Palace of Mirrors. This building is a marvelous example of Rajput architecture with terraces and ramps that are reflected in the lake in the valley Maota. The climb to the fort is on elephant back. In the afternoon, visit the City Palace: In the heart of Old Town, the Palace of the City (City Palace) occupies a large area divided into a series of courtyards, gardens and buildings. The outer wall was built by Jai Singh, but other parts are much more recent, some of the century. The current palace is a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The former Maharaja still resides in a section of the building. The Chandra Mahal, seven-story, is the center of the palace, with beautiful views over the gardens and the city. On the ground floor and first floor of the Chandra Mahal is the Museum of the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. The units are lavishly preserved, and the museum has an extensive collection of art, carpets, enamel and antique weapons. The paintings include miniatures of Rajasthani schools, Mughal and Persian. The collection of guns and swords dating back to the fifteenth century, as well as many of the ingenious and delicate weapons was famous Rajput warriors. In section taught textile suits and dresses and Maharanis former maharajas of Jaipur. Other sites of interest in the palace are the Diwan-i-Am, or Hall of Public Audiences, with its intricate decorations and manuscripts in Persian and Sanskrit, and the Diwan-i-Khas, or Hall of Private Audience, with a gallery marble slabs. There is also a clock tower and the newer Mubarak Mahal. On the outside of the buildings, you will see a huge vessel in which a maharaja used to carry water on their trips to England. The tour includes a visit to the Palace Museum where you can see a sample of traditional Rajasthani and Mughal art. It also includes a mandatory stop in front of the famous Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) - a marvel of five floors with a spectacular pyramidal facade hanging latticed windows, cupolas. The Palace complex is located in the heart of the walled city and provides an idea of ​​the accuracy of the founder of the city, Sawai Jai Singh, who left a legacy imposing, magnificent architecture and craftsmanship. Sawai Jai Singh built many buildings within the complex but only one of the structures built by later rulers even in the twentieth century. The palace is a blend of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. The royal family still lives in part of the palace. Observatory Adjacent to the entrance to the City Palace is the observatory or Jantar Mantar, whose construction was initiated by lai Singh in 1728. Jai Singh's passion for astronomy was far beyond his skill as a warrior and, prior to the building of this, several scholars sent abroad to study other observatories. The Jaipur is the largest and the best preserved of the five who ordered to build, and was restored in 1901. The others are in Delhi (the oldest, dating from 1724), Varanasi and Ujjain. The fifth Muttra Observatory, has disappeared. At first glance, Jantar Mantar appears limited to a curious collection of sculptures but in fact each construction has a specific purpose, such as measuring the position of stars, altitudes and azimuths or calculating eclipses. The most striking instrument is the sundial with gnomon 30 feet high. The shadow it projects moving at the rate of four meters per hour. It is very accurate, and works with the local time of Jaipur. After the visits, you will have free time for shopping in the city bazaar. Overnight at hotel. Optional: Bollywood Movie Raj Mandir cinema.
Sunday November 10: Jaipur - Ranthambore

After breakfast at hotel, depart by road to Ranthambore. It is a three hour trip to Ranthambore. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel. Lunch at the hotel. In the afternoon safari in Ranthambore National Park. There was a time when in the Ranthambore National Park to Jaipur emperors went to hunt. In 1955, it was declared a game sanctuary in 1980, became a national park. The park is spread over an area of ​​1334 km2 but the central area is only 392 km2 - not open to the public. The Ranthambore Park is located between the mountain range and Vindhya Arawali. The park is famous for tigers and attempts to preserve them, the number of tigers is stable if not growing. You can see the tigers hunting and care for their young even during day. Ranthambore is one of the best places to see these majestic predators. Ranthambore is a heritage site because of the picturesque ruins that give a special touch to the park. There are lake palaces, Chhatris ¨ ¨, old fortifications and a majestic fort dating back to the tenth century, overlooking the park. The lovely Jogi Palace is located at the foot of the fort and gives magnificent view of Padam Tlao, painted white with white lilies. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Monday November 11: Ranthambore

Early morning, Jeep Safari. After breakfast at the hotel. Lunch at the hotel. In the afternoon, again, Jeep safari in Ranthambore National Park. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Tuesday November 12: Ranthambore - Fatehpur - Sikri - Agra

After breakfast at the hotel, travel by road to Agra. On the way visit Fatehpur Sikri. Fatehpur Sikri was built by Mughal Emperor Akbar. It was the imperial city of the Mughal dynasty between 1571 and 1584. The architectural splendor of this city mysteriously dissolved when it was evacuated in less than twenty years of being the capital of the empire. But no words can describe the aura that is experienced while walking between buildings of this abandoned city. Fatehpur Sikri is the most popular excursion from Agra, the city of Taj Mahal. After sightseeing, travel by road to Agra. On arrival check in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Wednesday November 13: Agra

Breakfast at hotel then city tour of Agra. Then you will visit the world famous Taj Mahal. If there is a building that represents a country that is the Taj Mahal. This famous monument was built pair Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal Taj lady. It has been described as the most extravagant monument has been erected not by love, since the emperor was heartbroken when Mumtaz, to whom he was married for 17 years, died giving birth to their fourteenth child in 1629. The construction of the Taj Mahal began in 1631 and was not completed until 1653. Workers were recruited not only from all over India but also from Central Asia, with a total of 20,000 people participated in the works. The curious story of the Taj is that they should have been two. It is said that Shah Jahan intended to build itself as a mausoleum made of black marble, a negative of the white Taj Mahal Mumtaz. Before you can start this second masterpiece, Aurangzeb overthrew his father. Shah Jahan spent the rest of his life in the Red Fort of Agra, overlooking in the distance, over the river, the final resting place of his wife. The Taj Mahal stands on a marble base with white minaret in each of the corners. Decorative purposes only and is not called to prayer from them. The backbone consists of four small domes surrounding a larger central and domed. The tombs of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan are surrounded by a vast garden. Seen from the river, which flank two identical red sandstone mosques. The entrance to the grounds of the Taj is made through a high red sandstone porch where there inscribed verses from the Koran in Arabic. The paths that lead to the Taj are separated by a long canal in which the Taj is reflected in all its glory (when carrying water). Then you will visit the Red Fort of Agra. The Emperor Akbar started the construction of solid Agra Fort in 1565, and additions were made till the time of his grandson Shah Jahan. While in Akbar's time the fort was primarily a military structure, with Shah Jahan partially converted into a palace. In the visit to Agra fort is must since many of the events of the Taj took place here. There are many fascinating buildings inside the massive walls of 20 meters. thick extending over 2.5 km. surrounded by a moat of more than 10 meters. wide. The fort stands on the banks of Yuma, and only open the door of Amar Singh, to the south. Inside, the fort is actually a city within a city. It is open from dawn to dusk. Then visit the impressive building which is also a World Heritage Site and the Agra Fort where you can enjoy walking through the halls of this royal residence. Afternoon free for independent activities or shopping. Overnight at hotel. Optional tour Mohabbat the Taj.
Thursday November 14: Agra - Delhi - Varanasi

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning transfer to Delhi airport to board the flight to Varanasi. Upon arrival in Varanasi transfer and hotel registration. Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world, with a history dating back to 3000-5000 years. Today, it retains much of the attraction of the ancient world. The center of the Hindu world, Varanasi touts unparalleled diversity and a unique sense that can be experienced anywhere else. In the afternoon, observing religious ceremony at Ganges ghats. Observing rituals that have taken place in the Ghats of Varanasi since time immemorial. It is a process Ganges Goddess worship with various musical instruments, the songs of the Sages can become relaxing. It is a truly magical moment. Overnight at hotel.
Friday November 15: Varanasi - Kathmandu

By the early morning boat ride on the river Ganges. There is an attraction all over India like Varanasi. No architectural splendors, no beautifully carved palaces or impregnable strong, and yet the city has a special charm. Located on the banks of the Ganges, extends along the Ghats of the river in a picturesque mix of tall buildings opposite lanes, between temples, a fascinating area to walk on. Varanasi, nowadays, it is also a major center for education and crafts. The city is the birthplace of many educators, musicians and major artists. Breakfast at the hotel then transfer to airport to board the flight to Kathmandu. Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Saturday November 16: Kathmandu

After breakfast city tour of Kathmandu. Kathmandu is also known as Kantipur, the capital of Nepal. The tour includes Durbar Square where the best sights of the city. The tempo of the Living Goddess, Kumari Ghar, is where the goddess manifests his devotees from the balcony of the temple. Kashtamandap is a house that is believed to have been built from the same tree and gave the name to the city of Kathmandu (pronounced like and which in Sanskrit means "shelter made of wood"). Swayambhunath is located approximately 4 km from Kathmandu and is a Buddhist stupa of about 2000 years old. The main stupa is composed of a solid hemisphere of brick and a stupa-conical support topped with a pinnacle of copper gilt. The base is painted on all four sides of the stupa and you can see the eyes of the Buddha. This structure is a mosaic of small stupas and pagodas. In the afternoon visit Patan. Patan also known as Lalitpur, the city of the arts that is located four stupas that look like they were built in the s. III AD by Emperor Ashoka. You can see the Durbar Square, the Patan Durbar which has a bronze collection, the Krishna Temple built by Narshing Malla, Hiranya Varna Mahavir and the Temple Mahaboudha. Overnight at hotel.
Sunday November 17: Kathmandu

After breakfast at the hotel, visit Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur is a city in Kathmandu valley about 12 km from the capital Kathmandu and its name in Sanskrit means the city of devotees. Also known as Nepal Bhasa Khwapa and colloquially as Bhadgaon. Bhaktapur was the oldest of the three kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley Newar. It has a population of about 300,000 people, of whom the vast majority are Newars being the most isolated city in the other two that form the valley, Kathmandu and Patan. In the afternoon visit Bhadgaon and Pashupatinath. Visit Pashupatinath temple in the city of the same name. Pashupatinath Temple is one of the holiest temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located in a place with lots of greenery on the banks of the sacred Bagmati river, the pagoda style temple has a gilded ceiling and carved doors. Visitors are allowed to view the temple from the east bank of Bagmati river, but the entrance to the temple is forbidden to nohindús. Pashupatinath is the center of annual pilgrimage on the day of Shivaratri which coincides in February or March. Bouddhanath The stupa is one of the largest of its kind. It is based on two pairs of eyes in each of the four corners that look for good behavior for the prosperity of the human race. The Buddhist stupa was built by King Man Deva at the advice of the Goddess Mani Jogini. It is built with an octagonal base with prayer mills. The shrine is surrounded by houses for Lamas or Buddhist monks. Overnight at hotel. Optional Excursion: Flight over the Himalaya mountains.
Monday November 18: Kathmandu - Dubai

Breakfast at hotel and free day for independent activities. Evening transfer to international airport to board the flight out at 18:45 hrs. Arrive Dubai, transfer to hotel. Accommodation.
Tuesday November 19: Dubai

After breakfast at the hotel, possibility of optional excursions as Dubai Tour.
Wednesday November 20: Dubai

After breakfast at the hotel, possibility of optional excursions such as Abu Dhabi Tour.
Thursday November 21: Dubai - Buenos Aires

Transfer to the airport for your departure flight to Buenos Aires EK0247.



Duration:
17 NOCHES


Departure date:
31-12-2018


Included Services:
Air from Buenos Aires with Emirates.

17 nights accommodation with daily breakfast.

03 safaris in Ranthambore National Park.

Full board in Ranthambore.

Vehicle air conditioning throughout the trip.

Visits to places mentioned in the program.

Services-speaking local guides in each city.

Rikshaw ride in Old Delhi.

Boat ride on the River Ganges.

Boat ride on Lake Pichola in Udaipur.

Elephant back ride at Amber Fort.

Entrance to all the monuments specified.

Assistance Travel Assistance Universal Value.


Services NOT Included:
Visas
     Personal expenses such as drinks, tips, insurance, laundry and phone calls.
     Any other service that has not been specified as "included".
     Transfer to Buenos Aires


Package Valid Until:
31-12-2018


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