Golf Tour of India

Tour Type:
Private Escorted Tours
9 Days

Starting From

NZ$ 3389

This tour not only gives you the privilege to play Golf in some of the oldest and historical Golf courses in India but also visit the monument of Love The Taj Mahal, stay in some of the Grand Palaces, sampling mouth-watering cuisine and shopping. These are the few highlights of this tour as in India you can play golf almost anywhere, in the hills and high Himalayan fastness, in metropolitan cities and in small towns, by lakes and forests, or surrounded by tea estates, out in the desert and in old British cantonments… the flavour of India is visible everywhere that golf in the country is played. 



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On arrival at Delhi International airport, please clear immigration and visa formalities, collect your baggage and proceed to the arrival lounge. TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS Tour Executive will page you by name and assist with a transfer to the hotel.


Enjoy city sightseeing tour and witness the display of rich cultural heritage that has flourished over the last three thousand years. Visit Qutb Minar, Jama Masjid and travel past the India Gate, Red Fort, Parliament and the President House.


After breakfast transfer to Jaypee Greens golf course for experience in India's first 18-hole golf course, designed by the legendary Greg Norman. Sprawls over 452 acres of land. This 72-par course is India's longest golf course, standing at 7347 yards, housing 14 shimmering lakes and water bodies together with 88 snow-white bunkers which give this lush green course a whole new meaning. Evening free to enjoy spa treatment (not included) or explore the local bazaar.


Leave after breakfast to Agra, afternoon visit Agra Fort, the great monument of red sandstone that was constructed in the 16th century, and Itimad-Ud-Daulah, also known as the mini Taj Mahal. Conclude the day with a sunset visit to the famous Taj Mahal, a monument dedicated to love. Stay two nights in Agra.


After breakfast transfer to Agra Club Golf Course, built in 1904 and upgraded to an 18-hole course. This course will surely test your golfing skills at the putting greens are not as smooth, but it will give you the chance to say that you played golf in the City of Taj Mahal. The evening is free to relax at the poolside, with dinner at the hotel.


Travel to Jaipur, the city that epitomizes the spirit of Rajasthan and retains its character and history. En-route visit Fatehpur Sikri, an outstanding example of Mughal architecture and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Evening free to relax at the hotel. Stay for the next three nights at Jaipur.


Start your city sightseeing tour with an excursion to Amber Fort. Later visit City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal. Afternoon, visit the local bazaar and conclude your day with dinner at the hotel.


Morning transfer for a round of golf at Rambagh Golf Club built in 1944 for former Queen Gayatri Devi of Jaipur, an18- hole challenging championship course with Par 70 Yardage-6303 (SSS 70). Playing on this course with its view of Nahargarh and Moti Doongri Fort is memorable. Afternoon, enjoy High Tea and the remaining day is free to relax or explore this colourful city.


After breakfast tour finishes with transfer to the Delhi airport by evening where you board your flight for your onward journey.


Hotel accommodation with private facilities

A private air-conditioned car with driver

Meals as specified

Private English speaking tour guide

Entry fee and monument charges

Jeep ride in Jaipur

Afternoon High Tea in Jaipur

Rickshaw ride in Delhi

Entrance fee with Caddy/Cart to the Golf Course in Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur

A bottle of water while travelling

Assistance and transfers

All current collectable taxes


Any international or domestic airfares

Train fares other than specified in the what's included section 

Airport taxes, visa & passport fees

Extra baggage charges

Early check-in or late checkout

Meals other than specified in the what's included section

Tips & gratuities

Travel & medical insurance

Camera & video permits

Expenses incurred due to flight/train cancellation or delay

Any expense of a personal nature, like drinks, laundry, telephone calls, mini bar, postage etc

Any optional excursion or tour

Entry charges at monuments/forts etc

Any other expense not mentioned in the what's included section