Learn to dance like Bollywood star

LEARN to shake your hips like a Bollywood queen and dish up Indian curry like a chef on a wholesome tour of India's famous Golden Triangle and the palm-fringed island of Goa.

Escape Travel is offering travellers a glimpse into the deeply rooted traditions of India on this 14-day tour that spends three nights in Delhi, one night in Agra, two nights in Jaipur and one night in Surajgarh, before travelling to Goa for six nights.

In Goa, travellers take part in a two-hour Bollywood dance class at the Delhi Dance Academy and three hands-on cooking classes, including visits to local markets, lunch, a recipe book, apron and spice utensil guide.

Sightseeing highlights include the Red Fort and Jama Masjid, India's oldest and largest mosque; Raj Ghat, the site of Gandhi's cremation; Agra Fort, which boasts some of India's finest Mughal buildings; the famous Taj Mahal; and Amber Fort.

Prices start from $3215* per person twin share, including 13 nights accommodation, breakfast daily, some other meals, a local flight from Delhi to Goa, three cooking classes, return airport transfers, transport throughout, English- speaking Indian tour leader, some local guides and sightseeing as per itinerary.

Tours depart September 22 and October 6 this year; March 16, March 30, April 13 and April 27 next year and is valid for sale until January 31, next year.


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