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Starting at approximately $4,295 – air inclusive from Boston, New York (per person, double occupancy)

Mystical and spiritual, chaotic and confounding, India overflows with riches. Staying at excellent hotels, your small group, limited to just 24 guests, travels the classic Golden Triangle: bustling Delhi; Agra, home of the sublime Taj Mahal; and Jaipur, great city of the Rajput. Start your 17-day tour in the Indian capital touring Old Delhi and New Delhi. Continue to the "pink city" of Jaipur, known for its pink sandstone buildings, and enjoy a home-hosted dinner with a multi-generational Rajasthan family. Spend two nights at Ranthambore Tiger Preserve, taking game drives in search of the Bengal tiger, then embark on a camel safari in Kalakho to meet the Meena tribespeople. Travel to Agra to visit the awe-inspiring Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Conclude your exploration in the holy city of Varanasi, and visit nearby Sarnath, one of Buddhism's holiest sites.

Event Itinerary 

Day 1: Depart US for Delhi, India
Day 2: Arrive Delhi
Day 3: Delhi
Day 4: Delhi
Day 5: Delhi / Jaipur
Day 6: Jaipur
Day 7: Jaipur / Sanganer
Day 8: Jaipur / Ranthambore
Day 9: Ranthambore
Day 10: Ranthambore / Kalakho
Day 11: Kalakho / Agra
Day 12: Agra
Day 13: Agra / Delhi / Varanasi
Day 14: Varanasi / Sarnath
Day 15: Varanasi
Day 16: Varanasi / Delhi
Day 17: Return to the US

Optional four night post-tour: Nepal

**Itinerary and pricing subject to change up until date of brochure publication**

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Lorie Loeb

Lorie Loeb is a professor in the computer science department at Dartmouth College, Director of the Digital Arts Program, and the Executive Director of the Digital Arts Leadership and Innovation (DALI) Lab. Her research resides at the intersection of design, technology, and persuasive communication. Lorie is an artist as well as a technologist. She has contributed to two Emmy Award-winning films and a Cine Golden Eagle Award winner. Films she animated have had screenings at the Museum of Modern Art, the Sundance Film Festival, the NY Film Festival, the London Film Festival, and the Whitney Biennial.

Lorie was awarded the National Undergraduate Mentor of the Year award by the NCWIT (National Center for Women and Information Technology), and named one of the 10 most inspiring faculty members at Dartmouth by the class of 2009. Before coming to Dartmouth, Lorie was Senior Research Scientist in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University.

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