Bespoke Traveling in India
Jacada Travel’s newly unveiled bespoke journeys to India makes for a once-in-a-lifetimes adventure, where you can hope to encounter some tigers in the wild or take a breather from life in a digital detox getaway while lapping up India’s rural majesty.
From dramatic landscapes to mesmerizing architecture, India’s thousands of years of rich history and great culture can certainly overwhelm, but Jacada Travel’s travel designers will have you on restricted and off-the-tourist-trail journeys that are unbeknownst to most, thanks to their secured private access.
The new specially tailored experiences include some exclusive access to Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort and Jaipur’s City Palace.
Intricately designed rooms, walls of mirrors and bejeweled oil lamps are some things to look forward to when on an extremely exclusive private tour to the City Palace, whose famous guests include Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and Oprah Winfrey.
Come night time, you could also indulge in a fine dining experience the palace or watch dancers in the mosaic room.
Guests can also look forward to a cultural smorgasbord in the regal 18th century BrijRama Palace, where you can experience a private prayer ceremony. Now a heritage hotel, the BrijRama Palace took 13 years to restore and now has beautiful carvings and hand-painted ceilings.
Finally, for a touch of wilderness, the extremely remote, family-run Samode Safari Lodge is where you can switch off from the world in an ultimate digital detox journey with no Wi-Fi and limited phone access.
Right at the core of Bandhavgarh National Park, this luxury lodge is the gateway to over 400 square kilometers of great wildlife – the remaining few places to experience tigers in the wild today.
For more information go to: https://www.jacadatravel.com/
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