Hello Rachel and Sanjeev,


I wanted to write to tell you my clients loved their day trip. Everything went perfectly, as you said. They said the guide was extremely knowledgeable, the sights were beautiful, lunch was delicious, and all went as planned. They had a very good time.


A tiny thing that was mentioned that seemed a little strange was that beverages, including water, were extra at lunch. It would seem that non alcoholic beverages and water would be considered part of a meal.


And a VERY BIG thank you to the tour company. An older couple from the group left their passports on the bus. They were at the train station about to head back to Delhi and someone from the tour company found them and ran them to the train station. What a disaster that would have been as they were taking a flight at 4am late that night back home. So thank you, thank you , thank you. They asked that if I could get in touch with the tour company to again express their gratitude for their efforts to please do so!


Thank you for making our clients day trip a wonderful experience.


Sincerely,

Dawn Hackett

International and Domestic Travel Counselor

Allure Travel by CTM

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Agra Heritage Walk Tour

 

Tour Cost: USD 55 per person based on 02 pax
Tour Cost: USD 95 total for single pax

 

Inclusions

  • Guided walk around the village
  • Packaged drinking water
  • Pick & drop from hotel.
  • Refreshments (tea and snacks)

Pickup from hotel

 

Guided Tour
Visit the Tourist Village Kachhpura which offers a Mughal Heritage Walk with an experience of the Mughal era with its “NATURAL AND RUSTIC SETTING” View of rare “RICH ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE” and feel of the “LIVING TRADITIONS”. The youth from the community, trained as tour facilitator, provide both historical facts and anecdotes. Experience the Kachhpura tourist village and explore some lesser known monuments in the shadow of the Taj and Red fort.

During the walk, you can stop and talk to the local cottage industry for leather shoe making in Agra which makes Agra an exporter in the Shoe industry all across the globe. Women groups are involved in making cloth bags, hand fans from waste, local musical instrument and toys which can be shopped from the stall near the central courtyard. Pottery making can be seen along with trying your hands on it to make small earthen ware.

 

After visit drive back to hotel.

 

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