ME to WE Adult and Family Trips

DISCOVER INDIA From Bollywood dancing and samosa-making to giving back to the community that welcomes you and your children like family, we offer a truly immersive experience.

Our accommodations Our stunning Araveli Cottages and Tented Camp, framed by the pink-hued Aravalli Mountains, makes the perfect retreat after every awe-inspiring day. With luxurious amenities like en suite washrooms and services like delicious meals, expert local guides and friendly staff, families can focus and reflect on their extraordinary experience in comfort. Our cuisine Families will enjoy the rich flavors, aromas and spices of Indian cuisine, prepared fresh by our chefs. You and your children will taste local favorites like savory samosas and butter chicken, pakoras and freshly baked naan, savoring each meal on our al fresco dining platform that offers an incredible vista of the landscape below. Western- style dishes are also always available, as well as options to suit any dietary need. SAMPLE ITINERARY Day 1 • Arrive in the evening into Delhi and settle into a hotel near the airport. • Meet the ME to WE guide. Day 2 • Take a morning flight to Udaipur. • Travel in Araveli in the heart of rural Rajasthan, a two-hour drive northeast of Udaipur. • Arrive at Araveli with a welcome by our team. • Settle in and enjoy a delicious dinner. Day 3 • Watch the sun rise over the nearby Aravalli Mountain Range with an optional yoga session. • Learn a few words of the local language, Hindi. • Experience a community welcome with local students and families. • Take part in a poja —a traditional Hindu prayer cere- mony that marks the beginning of an auspicious event. • Enjoy a lunch back at Araveli, followed by jhapki , which is Hindi for siesta. • Explore the nearby mountain foothills with a guide on an optional nature hike. • End the day with a colorful performance from a local dance troupe. Day 4 • Join local women to share in their daily activities like collecting water, feeding animals and preparing chapatti.

• Try traditional Mewari painting. • Take part in a community project.

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