Each year, the reader’s of Travel+Leisure head to the polls to vote on their favorite countries, islands, hotels, and more as part of our World’s Best Awards. Reader wisdom is an invaluable resource both for us here at T+L, and for you, so you can get not only our take on a new destination but theirs as well. And, this year, there’s one place they are all raving about — India. And now, we want you to go there too on an expertly curated trip so you can see, taste, and discover everything the country has to offer alongside one of Travel + Leisure's editors.
From February 19, 2020, to February 28, 2020, we will journey from Mumbai to Jaipur to Agra and Udaipur on a trip so enchanting it’s nearly hard to describe. Here’s just a taste of the things you’ll do along the way.
In Mumbai, guests will experience the luxury of The Taj Mahal Palace while drinking in the views of the Arabian Sea, visit the Chor Bazaar alongside a local guide who will help you find all the best deals and take a private tour of Mani Bhawan, Gandhi's residence when he visited Bombay.
In Jaipur, guests will have the chance to do a one-on-one private session with a gem therapist, the opportunity to live like a local while spending time in the vibrant local markets, as well as visit the most stylish boutiques hand-chosen by Editor in Chief, Jacqui Gifford. Here, guests will also experience an afternoon at the Dera Amer camp outside of Jaipur to feed the elephants, learn the art of henna painting, turban tying, kite flying, and finish with a game of cricket.
In Agra, guests will fly in a private jet charter to see the Taj Mahal at sunrise and stay at the ultra-chic Oberoi Amarvilas.
And in Udaipur, guests will stay at the world’s best hotel in India, chosen by T+L readers, The Leela Palace Udaipur. There, they will also visit the home of Major Durgadas and Ms. Jyoti Jaso for a cooking demonstration followed by high tea.
And that’s just the beginning.
Space is extremely limited, so book now. We’ll see you soon in one of Travel+Leisure’s favorite destinations.
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