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Take a flight from the US to Delhi via Doha and spend five nights exploring India's famous Golden Triangle. Arrive in Delhi during the night and you are transferred to your hotel for a few hours rest. Next day travel leisurely by private transfer to Agra, where you visit the mesmerizing Taj Mahal, The Palace of Love-- truly one of the wonders of the world. If there is time pop in and visit the Agra Fort and the nearby Fatehpur Sikri, the abandoned city of red stone. Next day drive to Jaipur, The Pink City. Next morning visit the Amber Fort ascending the fortress seated on elephants. Transfer to Delhi. Last day visit Old Delhi with its bustling markets and historic edifices, then the New Delhi. Next, stop for two nights in exquisite Doha, the capital of Qater, and marvel at its modern architecture. From $1,899 per person including air.
Take a flight to Bali from New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Houston or Dallas Fort Worth (different costs). Spend five nights in Bali at a charming resort and take a half-day city tour, visiting Bali Museum, Denpasar Arts Center and Badung Traditional Market. Another day, visit the 17th-century Royal Family Temple of Mengwi and the Beratan Lake. Next, spend two nights in Doha, the sprawling megalopolis capital city of Qatar, with a half day city tour. Pamper yourself with a spa treatment at Six Senses, or immerse yourself in Arabian Arts at the new Museum of Islamic Art built by famous architect I.M. Pei. From $1,399 per person.