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Mystical India

Mystic India

October 2-19, 2014

From $4,738 per person, double occupancy
(includes airfare from New York City)

Nepal Extension
October 20-25, 2014

From $1,341 per person, double occupancy. A five-day/four-night post tour extension to Nepal is available for $1,341 total price (single supplement is $295); including additional airline taxes, fuel surcharges, and departure fees of $46 (subject to change until final payment is made).

Call (615) 322-3673 or download the trip brochure to learn more and register.
Click here to download the full trip itinerary (subject to change).

This 18-day adventure is the perfect introduction to India. The sights, sounds and flavors of the exotic locales are once-in-a-lifetime experiences you don’t want to miss. Temples, markets, forts, palaces and gardens are all on the itinerary, as are visits to the “pink city” of Jaipur, the Taj Mahal and the Ranthambore Tiger Preserve. Another tour highlight is a visit to Khajuraho and its 22 medieval temples dating back to the 10th century. Space on this deluxe journey is limited to only 24 guests. The optional Nepal extension includes the Boudhanath, the country’s oldest and largest Buddhist stupa, Patan Durbar Square, and the vistas of the Himalayan peaks.


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    Cary Allyn
    cary.allyn@vanderbilt.edu
    Director of Vanderbilt Travel Program—oversees the Vanderbilt Travel Program, promoting worldwide destinations featuring the company of Vanderbilt's finest faculty that allow alumni to continue their educational pursuits.
    Tel: (615) 322-3673
    Fax: (615) 343-5730

    Celia Gregory
    celia.s.gregory@vanderbilt.edu
    Program Assistant, Vanderbilt Travel Program—supports the Vanderbilt Travel Program and volunteer tracking.
    Tel: (615) 322-8919
    Fax: (615) 343-5730

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