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india tour for physically challengedThese Special Interest Tours programs are best run with minimum 6 travelers to a group and more
Duration : depends on the destinations
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Tailor made as per participating members choice.
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This tour is maliciously planned, keeping in view the physical limitations of participants.
We have been designing accessible holidays and escorting groups on accessible vacations exclusively for slow walkers, wheelchair travelers, Disabled people, their families and their friends  with solo traveler, small group, large group who want to plan their itinerary to visit India Our wheelchair accessible group tours take wheelchair travelers, their families and friends directly to the living classrooms of culture and history. As an expert our experience has taught us how to make things right for our vacationing guests with wheels.
 
 
Wheelchair & barrier free holidays
 
Personal comforts included , Continuing education included, Special themes & close interest tours On our accessible group tours everyone has an equal opportunity to participate fully in every part of our tour. We welcome families, single travelers, and friends on our wheelchair accessible group tours and cruises. As a private alternative we create custom accessible vacations for travelers who want their own adventure at their own pace. Escorted tours for the physically challenged.
 
Golden Triangle with Nepal
 
This is a classical tour, popularly known as Golden Triangle, which India showcases, with a tingly touch of Nepalese frontiers, where you find yourself in the midst of the “bests”. The Capital Delhi, destroyed and reconstructed seven times, where modernity rubs shoulders with the hoary past, offering monuments from many past centuries. Jaipur, the famed Pink City of Rajasthan, reflects the glory of its marvellous Rajput History. A city with its amazing fusion of history, religion, music, dance arts and crafts. Agra, once the capital of the Mughal Empire and emperors, with their passion for building, endowed the city with some of the finest brilliant structures in the world. Taj Mahal, as we all know, has a structural elegance and pristine beauty that has been rarely matched. Nepal, the only Hindu kingdom of the world is situated between Tibet and India has thus produced a remarkable mixture of peoples and cultures offering us a fascinating diversity of ethnic and cultural groups with their wonderful historical background.
 
ITINERARY
 
 
Day 1: Arrive Delhi
Upon arrival, the STI representative will welcome each member with garlands, cold towels and soft drinks/mineral water. After the welcome, we drive in an Air-conditioned deluxe Coach to the Hotel The Grand. The morning is free to relax. This afternoon your guide will escort you through bustling New Delhi with the imposing Qutab Minar (A 70 meter high victory tower built about 800 years ago), Emperor Humayun's Tomb which had served as the base model for the other Mughal Monuments to follow-including the Taj Mahal. We visit the Houses of Parliament, and the Presidential Palace. Drive past India Gate, built to pay tribute to the 30,000 Indian soldiers, who lost their lives while fighting for the British during the First World War. Evening enjoy welcome dinner at the hotel. Welcome Dinner in a renowned restaurant. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.

 
 
Day 2: Delhi
This morning tour this regal city of contrasts. Visit Old Delhi where the Raj Ghat stands as a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. Later drive past the Universal Mosque of Jama Masjid and the Red Fort. Drive past the fabled Chandni Chowk (Silver street). Here, alleys filled with Gold and Silversmiths, the exotic spice market and colourful fabric merchants are some of the sights that will amaze and tempt you. Afternoon relax in the hotel and later in the evening, enjoy the Dances of India Show. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.
 
 
Day 3: Delhi - Jaipur
Morning drive to Jaipur, the Pink city and the capital of the state of Rajasthan.  The 'pink city' applies specifically to the old walled quarter of the Rajasthani capital, while in the northeast of the town, glorious palaces and temples, in an assortment of styles, spanning over many centuries, are scattered throughout the predominantly urban area. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.


 
 
Day 4: Jaipur
Morning, visit the fairy tale like Amber Fort, as you ascend the hill like a Maharaja on the back of an Elephant. En route photo-stop at the honey-comb designed Hawa Mahal also known as the "Palace of Wind " from where the royal ladies, who lived in seclusion, observed life on the outside. Afternoon visit to the City Palace of the Jaipur Maharaja and the amazingly accurate Jantar Mantar, the medieval stone Observatory. Later free to explore this vibrant city, with its colourful bazaars filled with exquisite jewellery, carpets, artefacts, textiles and more!   Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.

 
 
Day 5: Jaipur - Bharatpur
Late Morning, drive to Bharatpur, a bird-watcher’s paradise and the prized capital of Maharaja Suraj Mal. On arrival check into the hotel. Rest of the day relax in the hotel. Dinner and overnight at your 2/3-Star hotel.
 
 
Day 6: Bharatpur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Morning visit Keoladeo Ghana National Park on cycle Rickshaw with a naturalists to see this magnificent birds paradise and the nesting ground of thousands of Egrets, Siberian Cranes, Migratory Water fowls and other birds. Later, drive across the plains of Uttar Pradesh to Agra. En-route visit Fatehpur Sikri - the Ghost Capital of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. This is one of the most beautiful fortresses in India and is now a UNESCO world heritage site. It is built entirely of red sandstone and the tomb of the saint Salim Chisti is built in pristine white marble and lends a stunning contrast. On arrival in Agra, check into hotel. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.

 
 
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Day 7: Agra
Morning visit the legendary Taj Mahal. Considered "poetry in marble", the Taj Mahal is a symbol of eternal love. It is truly awe inspiring and more beautiful than words can describe. Later, proceed with the tour of the Agra Fort, reminiscent of the glorious and sorrowful Mughal reign. Rest of the day free. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.





 
 
Day 8: Agra - Delhi (By Road - 4 and half hours)
After a leisurely breakfast, late morning, we proceed to Delhi. On arrival check into the Hotel. Rest of the day free. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
 
 
Day 9: Delhi – Kathmandu
In the Morning, a representative will assist you for transfer to the airport to fly to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. The beautiful Himalayan Kingdom has snow-capped mountains and rolling green hills. Small as the country may be, the land is diverse geographically as well as ethnically. You will find rich cultures and vibrant traditions, exquisite temples and monuments as well as fast flowing rivers and tropical jungles teeming with wildlife, making your trip an unforgettable one. It is a country where people of different races and religions live in harmony. On arrival, the group will be met by a representative and transferred to your hotel, dinner and overnight.

 
 
Day 10: Kathmandu
Morning sightseeing of Kathmandu visiting the Durbar Square, the temple of the living goddess- this is an 18th-century palace in Kathmandu with beautifully carved window frames, some of them carved in the shape of peacocks while the central one is covered in gold. The palace is known as Kumari Bahal, where Kumari, the living goddess of Kathmandu, resides. The goddess appears out of the windows in the courtyards sometime and it all depends on your luck whether you can see her or not and walk through the Durbar Square of old Kathmandu with its craft shops and superbly carved wooden houses. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.

 
  Day 11: Kathmandu
 
 
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After breakfast, visit to Durbar square of Patan, also known as Lalitpur, the city is a concentration of Buddhist monuments, Hindu temples and ancient palaces.  Swyambunath, this sputa is said to be over 2500 years old and one of the world's most glorious Buddhist Chaityas. Afternoon at leisure. Evening walk through the Durbar Square of old Kathmandu, with its crafts shops and carved wooden buildings. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.


 
 
Day 12: Kathmandu

After breakfast, visit the temples of Boudhanath and Bhaktapur, also known as Bhadgaon by local residents, is home of medieval art and architecture. The main square of the city contains several temples other architectural showpieces; The Lion Gate, The Palace of 55 windows, Batsala Temple. Pashupatinath, this temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. A pagoda-style temple with gilt roof and richly carved silver doors it is one of the most holy temples for Hindu devotees. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.

 
 
Day 13: Kathmandu - Delhi

A representative will assist you for transfer to the airport to fly to Delhi. On arrival, you will be met by a representative and transferred to hotel. Later in the evening we will have a Farewell Dinner at a local restaurant. Transfer to your hotel, dinner and overnight.
 
 
Day 14: Depart Delhi

Morning: half-day vehicle at disposal to do the last minute shopping. Afternoon free. Late evening breakfast a representative will assist you for transfer to the International Airport to board the onward destination.

 
 
 
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