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Ancient Tribes of Odisha and Chhattisgarh

Trip Length 15 days

From $5,695

  • Mingle with fascinating Donguria, Muria, and Bonda tribespeople at their vibrant village markets on this mind-opening journey
  • Marvel at thousands of exquisite stone carvings adorning the Konark Sun Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Overnight at the charming Kanker Palace—the legendary home of the Maharajas—as guests of the royal family!

Discover a side of India few visitors have a chance to explore: the fascinating eastern tribal regions of Odisha and Chhattisgarh. Known for their elaborate adornments and artisan craftsmanship, these ancient tribes—originally from Africa—have been largely untouched by modern times, holding fast to their richly diverse cultural identities. Your journey begins in Kolkata, not far from India’s eastern border with Bangladesh, and travels westward into Odisha and then Chhattisgarh. Here you’ll meet the Dongarias, renowned for their skill with herbology, the Muria with their unforgettable stilt dance, and the Bondas, clad in strand after strand of colored beads. Explore sacred temples and elaborate palaces, and get a glimpse of tribal life as you mingle with locals at lively village markets. You’ll also visit the vast Bhubaneshwar temple complex, see the magnificent Konark Sun Temple, and overnight at a Maharaja palace as guests of the royal family. Join us for a mind-opening journey into the very heart of India!

Day 1: Arrive in Kolkata

Welcome to Kolkata, the capital of the Indian State of West Bengal. An MTS representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your magnificent hotel in Kolkata.

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation:The Oberoi Grand

Day 2: Travel to Bhubaneswar, the "Temple City of India"

Today, we’ll fly to Bhubaneswar, the “Temple City of India,” where 500 of the original 7,000 temples that once surrounded Bindusagar Lake still stand. Set on the edge of rice fields in the Mahanadi Delta, Bhubaneswar offers a striking contrast to the architectural legacy of its period of greatness over a thousand years ago. The graceful towers of these early temples still stand, complemented by extraordinary stone carvings. We’ll have the chance to see the town’s most important temples: Parasurameswar (7th century), Mukteswar (10th century), Rajarani (11th century) and Lingaraj (11th century). While visitors are allowed to stroll the grounds, only Hindus are allowed to enter the inside of Lingaraj.   

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Trident Hotel

Day 3: See the beautiful Konark Sun Temple

We’ll start the day with a four-hour drive to Puri, stopping to see the Konark Sun Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s most stunning monuments of religious architecture. Beautifully illustrating the height of Orissan temple architecture, the magnificent Sun Temple represents an elaborate chariot of the Sun god Surya and is oriented eastwards to catch the first rays of sunrise through its main entrance. The massive structure, now in ruins, sits in solitary splendor surrounded by drifting sand, but its best-preserved buildings include an audience hall, dance hall, and dining hall. The poet Rabindranath Tagore said of Konark, “there, the language of stone surpasses the language of man.” Once we arrive in Puri, we’ll check into our hotel and head out to visit some of the nearby fishing villages.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hans Coco Palm

Day 4: Explore the Jagannath temple complex and journey to Gopalpur

After breakfast, we’ll visit the town of Puri and see the exquisite Jagannath temple complex, dating from the 11th century. Although only Hindus are allowed to enter the Temple of Lord Jagannath, views of the vast temple will leave you in awe as you stroll through its picturesque grounds. For devotees of Lord Jagannath (Krishna) and the Orissan people, the temple at Puri is an important holy site and one of India’s most sacred Hindu pilgrimage destinations. Our journey continues on to Gopalpur—a four-hour drive with fascinating stops along the way. En route, we’ll stop at the village of Raghurajpur, where master painters create intricate scenes on dried palm leaves. We’ll end the day at our hotel, set serenely on the Bay of Bengal.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Mayfair Palm Beach Resort

Day 5: Enjoy village visits en route to Rayagada

Today, we head for the city of Rayagada, making a few stops en route to sample rural life and learn more about traditional regional crafts. We’ll start in the silk-weaving village of Berhampur, where we’ll watch tribal people practicing their ancient handiwork. Next it’s on to the State of Andhra Pradesh, where we’ll visit villages and people of the Kumiti and Saura tribes. After a long day on the road, we’ll have the chance to stop in Taptapani, interact with a few of the villagers and see its hot sulphur springs, revered for their medicinal properties.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Sai International OR Tejasvi International

Days 6-9: Visit colorful markets and villages

We’ll spend the next several days visiting the vibrant markets of the Odisha and Chhattisgarh tribal districts. We’ll browse the weekly market of Desia Kondh, where locals sell impressive brass jewelry, and visit the colorful market of the Dongarias, renowned for their deep horticultural knowledge. Dongarias collect 200 different specimens from the forest and grow more than 100 plants in their own gardens, which they sell for medicine. Our cultural immersion continues with the fascinating Bonda market. The most insular ethnic people of India, Bonda culture has changed little over the last thousand years, and there are only 5000 Bondas left. We’ll also visit the Poroja people and their market, then a Kotpad weaving village and a terracotta village, where we’ll witness artisans in action.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hello Jeypore OR Bastar Jungle Resort

Day 10: Experience the Bison Horn Dance and stay at the Kanker Palace

After breakfast, we’ll drive to the village of Nayennar to witness the mesmerizing Bison Horn Dance of the Muria tribe. Later, we’ll visit the village of Kondagaon, where the lost art of wax casting is used to make brass idols for which the region of Bastar is known. We’ll finish the day driving to the elegant Kanker Palace, where we will be guests of the local royal family who lives there. Delight in the stately splendor of this legendary home of Maharajas as you enjoy cocktails and dinner with the royal family!

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kanker Palace Heritage

Day 11: Explore Kanker and witness the Gotul Dance of the Muria tribe

After breakfast, we’ll drive to the village of Bahigaon to see the Gotul Dance of the Muria tribe. This is a traditional dance for bachelors in search of a mate, and “Gotul” refers the dormitories where young boys and girls are encouraged to mingle before their marriages. Your afternoon is free to explore the atmospheric grounds of Kanker Palace and relish in your sublime surroundings.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kanker Palace Heritage

Days 12-13: Travel to Bhoramdeo and hike to the Baiga tribe

We’ll travel to Bhoramdeo and check in at the Jungle Retreat, nestled in the Maikal Hills, before hiking to the village of the Baiga tribe. Tattooing is an integral part of the lifestyle of the Baiga tribe and the women adorn their bodies with culturally significant tattoos, with knowledge passed from generation to generation. We’ll cap off our two-day visit to Bhoramdeo with a trip to its tantric temple.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat

Day 14: Return to Kolkata

After breakfast, we’ll transfer to the airport in Raipur and fly east to Kolkata to stay in the luxury hotel from our first night of the trip. We’ll gather the group for a farewell dinner.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:The Oberoi Grand

Day 15: Depart from India

This morning we'll depart from Kolkata, and catch our flights home or onwards.

  • Breakfast

Nov 30, 2017 - Dec 14, 2017

pricing

2017 Prices

$5,695 (4-14 members)

$295 internal airfare - subject to change
$1,500 single supplement

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Bastar Jungle Resort — Jagdalpur

On the outskirts of Jagdalpur, just on the edge of the forest, sits the Bastar Jungle Lodge. Several tidy, quaint cottages make up this quiet property, which feels worlds away from the maddening pace of the city. Families will be comfortable in the spacious rooms, and those using the lodge as a home base from which to set out on adventures will be well-situated to do so. The location is ideal for trekking to tribal villages, exploring waterfalls and caves and venturing out to Kanger Valley National Park.

Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat — Chhattisgarh

Once in a while your travels find you in that magical place, where your heart connects with the spirit of the people and the land. Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat is one such place. Located in the Maikal Hills of the north-western Chhattisgarh district of Kawardha, owner Sunny Upadhyay welcomes guests to his farmhouse-style establishment with open arms. Made up of five comfortable guest rooms, there is a very intimate, communal vibe to the property—particularly during meals and sunsets around the campfire. Sunny runs BJR to focus on authentic experiences and interactions with the gentle Baigas and Gonds (indigenous tribes), whether that's in the tolas (villages), or during a visit to the weekly haats (tribal markets), which Sunny leads tours to.

Hans Coco Palm — Puri

The Hans Coco Palms at Puri is a peaceful getaway spot away from the frenetic pace of the local pilgrimage town. With its pristine coastline and coconut groves, this is a perfect setting for a relaxing break. Thirty-six air-conditioned rooms offer a nod to colonial architecture and decor, while the swimming pool and gardens are well-kept and a lovely place to unwind.

Hello Jeypore — Jeypore

Hotel Hello Jeypore is located in the business district of Koraput. Spacious rooms have been recently renovated and offer TVs and air conditioning. Enjoy a hearty breakfast in the restaurant, or dinner on the rooftop in the warm evenings. Cool off in the pool, or relax in the spa and steam bath facilities.

Kanker Palace Heritage — Chhattisgarh

Built in the early 20th century, Kanker Palace was originally known as Radhanivas Bagicha and served as the residence of the British Agent during the Raj. Currently inhabited by the royal family, several rooms and cottages have been converted to host guests. With its Colonial style architecture, the Palace is stately, elegant, and has an old world charm while offering modern facilities, including Western style bathrooms. The warmth and hospitality of the staff and royal family here is unparalleled, as is the food and ambiance. To stay at Kanker Palace Heritage is to step into the world of mystical India.

Mayfair Palm Beach Resort — Odisha

With its pristine beaches framed by clusters of palm trees overlooking turquoise waters, Gopalpur-on-Sea is an ideal location for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. Mayfair Palm Beach Resort offers guests a variety of room types, each stylishly decorated and equipped with all modern amenities, some including spacious balconies or private dip pools, all including lovely views. The restaurant offers a menu of multi-cuisine items, including Indian, Chinese and Thai. Enjoy a cocktail by the pool, or head over to the Beach Bar for a barbecue.

Sai International — Rayagada

The newly renovated Sai International sits slightly off the beaten path, making this relatively secluded outpost a sound choice of lodging in the Rayagada region—known for its tribal culture and dramatic landscapes. A convenient space to rest before and after long days of exploring, the Sai International provides good service, clean accommodations, and a tasty dinner each night. Ultimately, the Sai International creates a comfortable environment, which allows guests to focus on partaking in a rich cultural experience.

Tejasvi International — Rayagada

The Tesjavi International is a 38-room hotel equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, room service, and a 24-hour supply of hot water—they also offer room service and laundry. The Tesjavi chefs create an international flavor with their dining options, serving Chinese, Thai, and Indian Dishes. Local attractions include Haitipathar and the famous Maa Majhighariani Temple. The Rayagada region is tremendously diverse, and guests will get a chance to take in the natural beauty and step off the beaten path for a cultural experience of a lifetime.

The Oberoi Grand — Kolkata

The Oberoi Grand is known as the Grand Dame of Kolkata, and for good reason. Set in the prime location near the lively markets and cultural attractions and given its storied history for hosting dignitaries, heads of state and celebrities, the hotel is rich in heritage and known for its classic style and excellent service. Classically styled rooms are decorated with colonial furniture and high-end finishes, and boast views of either the busy markets or gently swaying palm trees. The swimming pool and surrounding gardens create a peaceful oasis in the middle of the city.

Trident Hotel — Bhubaneswar

The Trident Hotel serves as a comfortable retreat in the ancient temple city of Bhubaneswar, the largest city in Odisha. Its 57 elegant rooms are set amid manicured lawns, and the hotel also boasts a modern fitness center, swimming pool, and very friendly staff. The hotel’s restaurant whips up mouth-watering dishes, highlighted by fresh seafood and local produce. The Trident blends a wonderful combination of rich culture and hospitable accommodation, and its serene setting evokes a feeling of tranquility.

  • Mingle with fascinating Donguria, Muria, and Bonda tribespeople at their vibrant village markets on this mind-opening journey
  • Marvel at thousands of exquisite stone carvings adorning the Konark Sun Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Overnight at the charming Kanker Palace—the legendary home of the Maharajas—as guests of the royal family!

Discover a side of India few visitors have a chance to explore: the fascinating eastern tribal regions of Odisha and Chhattisgarh. Known for their elaborate adornments and artisan craftsmanship, these ancient tribes—originally from Africa—have been largely untouched by modern times, holding fast to their richly diverse cultural identities. Your journey begins in Kolkata, not far from India’s eastern border with Bangladesh, and travels westward into Odisha and then Chhattisgarh. Here you’ll meet the Dongarias, renowned for their skill with herbology, the Muria with their unforgettable stilt dance, and the Bondas, clad in strand after strand of colored beads. Explore sacred temples and elaborate palaces, and get a glimpse of tribal life as you mingle with locals at lively village markets. You’ll also visit the vast Bhubaneshwar temple complex, see the magnificent Konark Sun Temple, and overnight at a Maharaja palace as guests of the royal family. Join us for a mind-opening journey into the very heart of India!

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Kolkata

Welcome to Kolkata, the capital of the Indian State of West Bengal. An MTS representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your magnificent hotel in Kolkata.

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation:The Oberoi Grand

Day 2: Travel to Bhubaneswar, the "Temple City of India"

Today, we’ll fly to Bhubaneswar, the “Temple City of India,” where 500 of the original 7,000 temples that once surrounded Bindusagar Lake still stand. Set on the edge of rice fields in the Mahanadi Delta, Bhubaneswar offers a striking contrast to the architectural legacy of its period of greatness over a thousand years ago. The graceful towers of these early temples still stand, complemented by extraordinary stone carvings. We’ll have the chance to see the town’s most important temples: Parasurameswar (7th century), Mukteswar (10th century), Rajarani (11th century) and Lingaraj (11th century). While visitors are allowed to stroll the grounds, only Hindus are allowed to enter the inside of Lingaraj.   

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Trident Hotel

Day 3: See the beautiful Konark Sun Temple

We’ll start the day with a four-hour drive to Puri, stopping to see the Konark Sun Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s most stunning monuments of religious architecture. Beautifully illustrating the height of Orissan temple architecture, the magnificent Sun Temple represents an elaborate chariot of the Sun god Surya and is oriented eastwards to catch the first rays of sunrise through its main entrance. The massive structure, now in ruins, sits in solitary splendor surrounded by drifting sand, but its best-preserved buildings include an audience hall, dance hall, and dining hall. The poet Rabindranath Tagore said of Konark, “there, the language of stone surpasses the language of man.” Once we arrive in Puri, we’ll check into our hotel and head out to visit some of the nearby fishing villages.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hans Coco Palm

Day 4: Explore the Jagannath temple complex and journey to Gopalpur

After breakfast, we’ll visit the town of Puri and see the exquisite Jagannath temple complex, dating from the 11th century. Although only Hindus are allowed to enter the Temple of Lord Jagannath, views of the vast temple will leave you in awe as you stroll through its picturesque grounds. For devotees of Lord Jagannath (Krishna) and the Orissan people, the temple at Puri is an important holy site and one of India’s most sacred Hindu pilgrimage destinations. Our journey continues on to Gopalpur—a four-hour drive with fascinating stops along the way. En route, we’ll stop at the village of Raghurajpur, where master painters create intricate scenes on dried palm leaves. We’ll end the day at our hotel, set serenely on the Bay of Bengal.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Mayfair Palm Beach Resort

Day 5: Enjoy village visits en route to Rayagada

Today, we head for the city of Rayagada, making a few stops en route to sample rural life and learn more about traditional regional crafts. We’ll start in the silk-weaving village of Berhampur, where we’ll watch tribal people practicing their ancient handiwork. Next it’s on to the State of Andhra Pradesh, where we’ll visit villages and people of the Kumiti and Saura tribes. After a long day on the road, we’ll have the chance to stop in Taptapani, interact with a few of the villagers and see its hot sulphur springs, revered for their medicinal properties.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Sai International OR Tejasvi International

Days 6-9: Visit colorful markets and villages

We’ll spend the next several days visiting the vibrant markets of the Odisha and Chhattisgarh tribal districts. We’ll browse the weekly market of Desia Kondh, where locals sell impressive brass jewelry, and visit the colorful market of the Dongarias, renowned for their deep horticultural knowledge. Dongarias collect 200 different specimens from the forest and grow more than 100 plants in their own gardens, which they sell for medicine. Our cultural immersion continues with the fascinating Bonda market. The most insular ethnic people of India, Bonda culture has changed little over the last thousand years, and there are only 5000 Bondas left. We’ll also visit the Poroja people and their market, then a Kotpad weaving village and a terracotta village, where we’ll witness artisans in action.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hello Jeypore OR Bastar Jungle Resort

Day 10: Experience the Bison Horn Dance and stay at the Kanker Palace

After breakfast, we’ll drive to the village of Nayennar to witness the mesmerizing Bison Horn Dance of the Muria tribe. Later, we’ll visit the village of Kondagaon, where the lost art of wax casting is used to make brass idols for which the region of Bastar is known. We’ll finish the day driving to the elegant Kanker Palace, where we will be guests of the local royal family who lives there. Delight in the stately splendor of this legendary home of Maharajas as you enjoy cocktails and dinner with the royal family!

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kanker Palace Heritage

Day 11: Explore Kanker and witness the Gotul Dance of the Muria tribe

After breakfast, we’ll drive to the village of Bahigaon to see the Gotul Dance of the Muria tribe. This is a traditional dance for bachelors in search of a mate, and “Gotul” refers the dormitories where young boys and girls are encouraged to mingle before their marriages. Your afternoon is free to explore the atmospheric grounds of Kanker Palace and relish in your sublime surroundings.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Kanker Palace Heritage

Days 12-13: Travel to Bhoramdeo and hike to the Baiga tribe

We’ll travel to Bhoramdeo and check in at the Jungle Retreat, nestled in the Maikal Hills, before hiking to the village of the Baiga tribe. Tattooing is an integral part of the lifestyle of the Baiga tribe and the women adorn their bodies with culturally significant tattoos, with knowledge passed from generation to generation. We’ll cap off our two-day visit to Bhoramdeo with a trip to its tantric temple.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat

Day 14: Return to Kolkata

After breakfast, we’ll transfer to the airport in Raipur and fly east to Kolkata to stay in the luxury hotel from our first night of the trip. We’ll gather the group for a farewell dinner.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:The Oberoi Grand

Day 15: Depart from India

This morning we'll depart from Kolkata, and catch our flights home or onwards.

  • Breakfast
lodgings

Bastar Jungle Resort — Jagdalpur

On the outskirts of Jagdalpur, just on the edge of the forest, sits the Bastar Jungle Lodge. Several tidy, quaint cottages make up this quiet property, which feels worlds away from the maddening pace of the city. Families will be comfortable in the spacious rooms, and those using the lodge as a home base from which to set out on adventures will be well-situated to do so. The location is ideal for trekking to tribal villages, exploring waterfalls and caves and venturing out to Kanger Valley National Park.

Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat — Chhattisgarh

Once in a while your travels find you in that magical place, where your heart connects with the spirit of the people and the land. Bhoramdeo Jungle Retreat is one such place. Located in the Maikal Hills of the north-western Chhattisgarh district of Kawardha, owner Sunny Upadhyay welcomes guests to his farmhouse-style establishment with open arms. Made up of five comfortable guest rooms, there is a very intimate, communal vibe to the property—particularly during meals and sunsets around the campfire. Sunny runs BJR to focus on authentic experiences and interactions with the gentle Baigas and Gonds (indigenous tribes), whether that's in the tolas (villages), or during a visit to the weekly haats (tribal markets), which Sunny leads tours to.

Hans Coco Palm — Puri

The Hans Coco Palms at Puri is a peaceful getaway spot away from the frenetic pace of the local pilgrimage town. With its pristine coastline and coconut groves, this is a perfect setting for a relaxing break. Thirty-six air-conditioned rooms offer a nod to colonial architecture and decor, while the swimming pool and gardens are well-kept and a lovely place to unwind.

Hello Jeypore — Jeypore

Hotel Hello Jeypore is located in the business district of Koraput. Spacious rooms have been recently renovated and offer TVs and air conditioning. Enjoy a hearty breakfast in the restaurant, or dinner on the rooftop in the warm evenings. Cool off in the pool, or relax in the spa and steam bath facilities.

Kanker Palace Heritage — Chhattisgarh

Built in the early 20th century, Kanker Palace was originally known as Radhanivas Bagicha and served as the residence of the British Agent during the Raj. Currently inhabited by the royal family, several rooms and cottages have been converted to host guests. With its Colonial style architecture, the Palace is stately, elegant, and has an old world charm while offering modern facilities, including Western style bathrooms. The warmth and hospitality of the staff and royal family here is unparalleled, as is the food and ambiance. To stay at Kanker Palace Heritage is to step into the world of mystical India.

Mayfair Palm Beach Resort — Odisha

With its pristine beaches framed by clusters of palm trees overlooking turquoise waters, Gopalpur-on-Sea is an ideal location for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. Mayfair Palm Beach Resort offers guests a variety of room types, each stylishly decorated and equipped with all modern amenities, some including spacious balconies or private dip pools, all including lovely views. The restaurant offers a menu of multi-cuisine items, including Indian, Chinese and Thai. Enjoy a cocktail by the pool, or head over to the Beach Bar for a barbecue.

Sai International — Rayagada

The newly renovated Sai International sits slightly off the beaten path, making this relatively secluded outpost a sound choice of lodging in the Rayagada region—known for its tribal culture and dramatic landscapes. A convenient space to rest before and after long days of exploring, the Sai International provides good service, clean accommodations, and a tasty dinner each night. Ultimately, the Sai International creates a comfortable environment, which allows guests to focus on partaking in a rich cultural experience.

Tejasvi International — Rayagada

The Tesjavi International is a 38-room hotel equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, room service, and a 24-hour supply of hot water—they also offer room service and laundry. The Tesjavi chefs create an international flavor with their dining options, serving Chinese, Thai, and Indian Dishes. Local attractions include Haitipathar and the famous Maa Majhighariani Temple. The Rayagada region is tremendously diverse, and guests will get a chance to take in the natural beauty and step off the beaten path for a cultural experience of a lifetime.

The Oberoi Grand — Kolkata

The Oberoi Grand is known as the Grand Dame of Kolkata, and for good reason. Set in the prime location near the lively markets and cultural attractions and given its storied history for hosting dignitaries, heads of state and celebrities, the hotel is rich in heritage and known for its classic style and excellent service. Classically styled rooms are decorated with colonial furniture and high-end finishes, and boast views of either the busy markets or gently swaying palm trees. The swimming pool and surrounding gardens create a peaceful oasis in the middle of the city.

Trident Hotel — Bhubaneswar

The Trident Hotel serves as a comfortable retreat in the ancient temple city of Bhubaneswar, the largest city in Odisha. Its 57 elegant rooms are set amid manicured lawns, and the hotel also boasts a modern fitness center, swimming pool, and very friendly staff. The hotel’s restaurant whips up mouth-watering dishes, highlighted by fresh seafood and local produce. The Trident blends a wonderful combination of rich culture and hospitable accommodation, and its serene setting evokes a feeling of tranquility.

Dates and Pricing

Nov 30, 2017 - Dec 14, 2017

pricing

2017 Prices

$5,695 (4-14 members)

$295 internal airfare - subject to change
$1,500 single supplement

Activity Level Easy to Moderate
Trip Length 15 days

From $5,695

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