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I am trying to plan a trip to India for mid February. I should have around 8- 10 days on the ground, and want to go to the North and see Agra, Udaipur, Jaipur...etc. I'm not sure exactly which places are of the most interest to us, but probably those three and maybe another depending how long I decide to take off of work.

I plan to travel over Chinese New Year from Hong Kong, so I'd like to book my flights to and from Hong Kong ASAP. Does it make sense to just go in and out of Delhi both ways? My husband was just in Mumbai last week and doesn't want to go there in February, so that doesn't make sense. Would you recommend trying to return to HKG from a smaller city, or will I likely have to pass through New Delhi anyway?

Also, I don't use travel agents typically, but have been warned that for India, I should enlist the help of an agent to book train tickets/transfers/any internal flights. Any advice and recommended agents appreciated.

Thanks!

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