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Travel around the Golden triangle as a group

As with everything in life though it pays to be organised. So if you plan on seeing India on one of our amazing weekend trips and would like to be guaranteed a place please book well in advance of travel.

You can simply add this weekend trip when applying for any programme in India under ‘Optional Extras’. If you’ve already signed up for one of our volunteer programmes in India and would like to add this weekend trip, then please email us – Please note that places on our weekend trips are non-refundable and non-transferable.

We operate a number of amazing weekend trips every month that allow you to explore the country as a group with your new-found friends. The structured itinerary will allow you to make the most of your free time and we have maximised time to provide you with something different and exciting every day.

A member of our local team who knows the country inside out, will accompany you throughout the trip. Not only will you get to share all of their knowledge, but the trip will be even more enjoyable and safe.

India Golden Triangle weekend trip

Only £179pp — Includes private transport, accommodation, meals, and entrance fees

The Golden Triangle is the highlight of anyone’s trip to India and is a must see! During the three days we will explore the bustling streets in Delhi as well as Agra – both offering a unique experience.

As a small group, we will travel this incredible route where you will be able to try some mouth-watering cuisine from the markets of Delhi while stopping at the India Gate, Lotus Temple and other famous landmarks. You will also have some free time in Delhi to explore everything this amazing city has to offer!

You will be up early to see the sunrise behind the Taj Mahal – arguably the most beautiful building in the world! Learn all about its history and construction on a guided tour and ensure you get the must have photo on the famous bench!

Wander the walled city known as Agra Fort a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As you walk through the many courtyards your amazement will grow as the scale of what was built here begins to sink in!

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Dubai stopover trip

Only £219pp - Includes return airport transfers, accommodation, guided desert safari and city tour

If you’re flying to the other side of the world, why not break your long journey up with a stopover in Dubai? Enjoy 4 days and 3 nights in this glamorous state, that will amaze you in every way. Be in awe of the sheer scale of this powerhouse city, as you wander the vast streets surrounded by hundreds of skyscrapers.

Head to the top of the world, as you climb up the Burj Khalifa – the tallest building in the world at 828 metres high (additional cost)! Get lost in Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping centre with over 1200 shops and restaurants and head outside to watch the fantastic water and light show at Dubai Fountain.

Alongside all of the glitz and glamour, Dubai also has historic neighbourhoods, colourful souqs (markets), museums, mosques, beaches and of course the desert!

As a part of the trip fee, you will get to hop on board a land cruiser and head into the deserts of Dubai! The evening will be spent dune bashing, admiring the sunset, watching traditional dances and enjoying a BBQ under the Arabian stars – something you will never forget!

You will also head off on a 4-hour city tour around all of the major attractions. See the contrast between ‘new’ and ‘old’ Dubai, where you will get to admire the beaches, hotels, viewpoints, museums, mosques and more!

The stopover trip is the perfect blend of structured guided tours and free independent travel. You’ll have plenty of time to explore Dubai at your own pace and with so much on offer there will be many things for you and your new friends to choose from. Spend the day topping up your tan at Jumeirah beach, shopping to your hearts content at Dubai Mall or trying out some of the man adrenaline activities on offer.

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