- Fly overnight from the UK on Saturday 9 March, arriving in Mumbai the next morning.
- Wreath laying at Taj Hotel, scene of Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008.
- Visit to Oval Maidan public park for children's cricket match and meeting with local children from the slums.
- Visit to ancient Banganga Water Tank in Malabar Hill, an upmarket residential area in Mumbai
- In the evening, there will be a reception and dinner with some of Mumbai’s leading figures, including Bollywood stars and entrepreneurs.
DAY 2: 11th April - Mumbai/New Delhi, India
- Meet with young entrepreneurs at a collaborative workspace called The Social in Mumbai.
- Take flight to New Delhi, India’s capital city.
- Lay wreath at India Gate, the country’s main war memorial.
- Visit Gandhi Smriti, a museum located in Old Birla House, where Mahatma Gandhi, India’s founding father, spent the last few years of his life.
- In the evening there will be a birthday party for Her Majesty The Queen at the residence of the British High Commissioner.
DAY 3: 12th April - New Delhi/Kaziranga National Park, India
- Engagement with charity supporting vulnerable young people in New Delhi.
- Meeting with senior government leader. Private meeting with NGOs working in New Delhi.
- Travel to Kaziranga National Park in the state of Assam.
- Observe dance and musical performances celebrating Assamese New Year.
DAY 4: 13th April - Kaziranga National Park, India
- Open-air drive around the Kaziranga National Park.
- Visit to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation.
- Visit to the Kaziranga Discovery Centre built by Elephant Family, the charity founded by Mark Shand, late brother of The Duchess of Cornwall.
- Completion of on an elephant sculpture to mark a ‘call for artists’ for India’s elephant parade.
DAY 5: 14th April - Bhutan
- Arrival in Bhutan's capital city, Thimphu. Receive ceremonial welcome by senior state representatives.
- Chipdrel traditional welcome procession in Thimphu Dzong.
- Private audience with King and Queen of Bhutan and visit to temple for blessing.
- Visit to Thimphu’s open-air archery venue to observe traditional games.
- Private dinner with The King and Queen at Lingkana Palace.
DAY 6: 15th April - Bhutan
- Hike to Paro Taktsang, the Tiger’s Nest monastery which dates to 1692.
- Reception for British nationals in Bhutan and Bhutanese people with strong links to the UK.
DAY 7: 16th April - Agra, India
- Depart Bhutan and arrive in Agra, India, the home of the Taj Mahal.
- Visit to The Taj Mahal
With the aid of Google Maps, I've put together a map showing the locations the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge will visit during the tour.