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Uniworld - INDIA’S GOLDEN TRIANGLE & THE SACRED GANGES

About India

To travel through India is to encounter a country more complex and beguiling than perhaps any other.

As intriguing as it is enthralling, India will work its charm on you in myriad ways, making for a journey you will rave about the rest of your life. Wander amongst imposing fortresses and dusky-hued palaces, explore centuries-old bazaars and marvel at the exquisite Taj Mahal in Agra—justifiably considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Highlights:

  • 7-night Ganges River cruise in a riverview stateroom onboard the Ganges Voyager II
  • 5 nights in luxurious Oberoi Hotels & Resorts, including daily buffet breakfast and all service charges, taxes and porterage
  • 11 days of hosted excursions
  • 4 UNESO World Heritage sites
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