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Castle & King tour questions

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My husband and I are strongly considering using Castle & King to plan a tour of India in October or November. I got a suggested itinerary from them, and there are a few train trips. I would be very interested to learn about others' experiences with such train trips organized by Castle & King. I am quite comfortable traveling by train on my own in Europe, but am concerned about being able to find the right train, get off at the right place, and meet a guide or driver in India - for example, train from Sawai Madhopur, visit Fatehpur Sikir en route, then continue to Agra. Could any of you who have done this share your experiences with this? Also, more generally, for those of you who have used Castle & King, what "glitches" did you encounter? Finally, do you have specific guides or drivers you would recommend?

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