Places Covered : Mumbai - Pune - Ahmedabad - Delhi - Agra - Kolkata
- Chennai - Cochin - Mumbai
: 14 Nights / 15 Days.
Day 01 : Arrive
Arrive in MUMBAI. You will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for overnight.
Day 02 : Mumbai
Morning at leisure. Afternoon tour of Mumbai city. In the evening visit Gate of Mercy Synagogue or Juni Masjid established 1796. The street on which the Synagogue stands was named Samaji Street in His Honor and is at present known as Samuel Street. The Synagogue celebrated its centenary in the year 1896 and then renamed Shaar-Ha-Rahamim. Overnight in the hotel.
Day 03 : Mumbai -Pune
Early in the morning, depart by road or train for PUNE. Afternoon city tour of Pune, now an important commercial city but once the capital of the Maratha and the Pehwas Empires. Overnight in the hotel.
Day 04 : Pune - Mumbai
After breakfast, visit Ohel David Synagogue, established in 1867, built by the Sasoon family. Also visit Succath Shalom Synagogue established in 1921, the foundation stone of which was laid in 1919. In the afternoon return to MUMBAI for overnight.
Day 05 : Mumbai - Ahmedabad
After breakfast, visit the Knesset Eliahod Synagogue (also known as Fort Jewish Synagogue), established in 1884 by Mr. Jacob Sasson in memory of his father. In the evening depart by air to AHMEDABAD. Overnight in the hotel.
Day 06 - Ahmedabad
Morning, city tour of Ahmedabad, founded in 1411 by Ahmed Shah. By the year 1600 AD Ahmedabad was considered to be the finest city in India until Delhi arose. Later visit Magen Abraham Synagogue established in 1933 by Dr. Solomon.
Day 07 - Ahmedabad - Delhi
DELHI In the morning depart by air to Delhi. Day the leisure. Overnight in the hotel.
Day 08 : Delhi
Tour of Old and New Delhi. Afternoon visit the Judah Hyman Hall established in 1956 in response to the small Delhi Jewish Community who used to hold prayers in their residents. Also prayers for the high holidays were held in the house of Mr. Baruch B. Benjamin, the First President of the Jewish Welfare Association, New Delhi. The hall also serves as a center for Jewish and interfaith studies.
Day 09 : Delhi - Agra
AGRA. Early in the morning, depart by train for the Mughal city of monuments and see the world-famous monument of love – Taj Mahal. Also visit Agra Fort. In the evening, return to Delhi by train. Overnight in the hotel.
Day 10 : Agra - Kolkata
KOLKATA: In the morning depart for by air for Calcutta. Afternoon visit Neveh Shalom Synagogue established in 1825, the first Synagogue in Calcutta and rebuilt in 1911. Also visit Magen David Synagogue, built by Mr. Elias David Joseph Esra in memory of his father, Mr. David Joseph Ezra who died in 1882. This is the largest Synagogue in the east.
Day 11 : Kolkata - Chennai
CHENNAI . Morning tour of Calcutta. We will visit the Eden Gardens, New Secretariat, High Court, Jain Temple, Chowringhee Museum, Mother Theresa’s Convent, New Market, Victoria Memorial and the Race Course. Late afternoon depart by air to Chennai.
Day 12 : Chennai
Full day city tour of Chennai visiting Fort St. George and St. Mary’s Church built by the British East India Company in 1653. A Church within the Fort was consecrated in 1680. Visit also the High Court, the San Thome Cathedral and the Marina Beach.
Day 13 : Chennai - Cochin
COCHIN: Late morning depart by air to Cochin. Visit Jew Town and the Pardesi Synagogue. This Synagogue was built by Samuel Castile, David Belila, Ephraim Sala and Joseph Levi. It stands on the grounds of the Maharaja of Cochin’s residence. It is the first Synagogue which came into existence in the commonwealth and is one of the oldest in the world.
Day 14 : Cochin
In Cochin In the morning city tour of Cochin visiting the Cochin Harbour and Mattancherry, Fishing Nets. Evening witness Kathakali Dance Performance and farewell dinner.
Day 15 : Cochin - Mumbai - Depart
After breakfast, depart for Mumbai by flight and transfer to International airport for your flight back home.
End of Tour