DAY 1- Arrive Delhi
Upon arrival at Delhi, meet and transfer to the hotel. Later drive to take a combined tour of Old Delhi and New Delhi. The Older part of Capital takes you to the Red Fort with its Pearl Mosque and exquisite audience halls, Jama Masjid Mosque: The Masjid-i Jah?n-Num?, commonly known as the Jama Masjid of Delhi, is one of the largest mosques in India; Raj Ghat (where Mahatma Gandhi cremated). The Modern area takes you on a drive along Rajpath; Rajpath meaning “King’s Way” is the ceremonial boulevard for India. It runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan through Vijay Chowk and India Gate to National Stadium. This avenue is lined on both sides by lawns with rows of trees and ponds. Unarguably, the most important stretch of road in India, where the annual Republic Day parade takes on January 26. The House of Parliament, the diplomatic enclave and the President's House - The Royale Residency of the former viceroys and now the President of India. Visit the India Gate and The Qutub Minar built in the 12th century. Evening drive back to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.
DAY 2- Delhi
After breakfast, take a full day tour to Akshardham Temple: 'Akshardham' means the divine abode of God. A traditional mandir (temple) dedicated to Bhagwan Swaminarayan that reflects the beauty and spirituality of India’s ancient art, culture, and architecture. It brilliantly showcases the essence of India’s ancient architecture, traditions and timeless spiritual messages. Akshardham experience is an enlightening journey through India’s glorious art, values and contributions for the progress, happiness and harmony of mankind. Evening you can enjoy shopping. Overnight at hotel.
DAY 3- Delhi – Agra (233 km - 3 hours 38 mins)
After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive towards Agra. Upon reaching Agra transfer to the hotel. Later visit Emperor Akbar the Great commissioned the Agra Fort that is also sometimes called Red Fort of Agra. During the reign of emperor Jahangir, the capital was briefly shifted to Lahore but Agra became the seat of Mughal capital one again in the reign of Akbar. Akbar became emperor in 1556 and when he consolidated himself sufficiently, he started the construction of Agra Fort in the year 1665. The fort was completed in the year 1671.Agra Fort is among the finest examples of the fusion architecture that has dominated the Mogul period. The assimilation of these different styles has given the buildings within the fort a distinctive look. To name a few, for example, the Jahangir Palace built by Akbar is the most magnificent blend of Persian and local style whereas Divan-e-Aam mixes subtleness of Turkish exteriors with the complex pattern of Persian architecture. Later do shopping at local market. Overnight at hotel.
DAY 4- Agra – Jaipur (238 km - 4 hours 10 mins)
Early morning, enjoy Sunrise at Taj Mahal - Seventh wonder of the world. Taj Mahal of India - "the epitome of love", "a monument of immeasurable beauty". The beauty of this magnificent monument is such that it is beyond the scope of words. The thoughts that come into the mind while watching the Taj Mahal of Agra is not just its phenomenal beauty, but the immense love which was the reason behind its construction. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan got this monument constructed in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, with whom he fell in love at the first sight. The very first sight of the Taj Mahal, the epitome of love and romance leaves one mesmerized. Later return back to hotel and take breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Jaipur,en-route visit visit: The Walled city - Fatehpur Sikri is actually a historical capital city made out of twin village of Fatehpur and Sikri that are situated 45 odd kilometers from the city of Agra. The city is situated amidst barren ridge. Emperor Akbar established this city, to serve jointly with Agra, as the imperial capital of Mogul empire. The most interesting monument in the city is the mighty Buland Darwaza that guards the entrance of the Gate. As you enter the gate, Jama Masjid falls to your left. The beautifully carved tomb of Khwaza Salim Chisti is situated in the middle of the big square courtyard. As you take the right gate, Sikri fort falls on your left and so are Panch Mahal and Jodha Bai Palace. Architecture of all these buildings has a subtle blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural designs. Fatehpur Sikri has all these and much more. Later continue journey to Jaipur. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Overnight at hotel.
DAY 5- Jaipur
After breakfast, take an excursion to Amber Fort – In 16th century, a fort was built by a trusted general of Akbar, Maan Singh. Later, Maan started to rule the area surrounding the fort which was called as the Amer state. The fort is now called as the Amer fort and the city is called as Jaipur. Amer fort or Amber fort is located a little away from the main city of Jaipur. It is an important tourist destination in this city. Hawa Mahal is a major landmark and a famous tourist attraction of Jaipur. Hawa Mahal or the 'Palace Of The Winds' located in the heart of the beautiful Pink City of Jaipur in Rajasthan, India, is one of the most famous tourist attractions and a prominent landmark of the city that is renowned for its rich cultural and architectural history. This five-storey building in the shape of a crown of Lord Krishna with 953 jharokhas or windows and a beautifully decorated façade resembling a honeycomb of a beehive that gives one a feel of the rich heritage of the Rajputs. City Palace The city palace as a whole is marvelous. It is a paradise for art and history lovers. There is also a section dedicated for the artisans of Jaipur where you can purchase souvenirs. They have traditional paintings made from organic colors and wooden replicas of the monuments. It is the perfect way to take a memory back home. Jantar Mantar: Jantar mantar is located near City Palace and Hawa Mahal of Jaipur. The observatory is collection of 19 geometric devices for measuring time and space for astronomy. It is also used for observing the orbits around the Sun. While the previous observatory like King Ulugh Beg was build from metal but it was less accurate and not use for long period. So Sawai Jai Singh II decided to build the observatory instruments with stone and marble because stone life is longer than metal and does not wear and tear easily. The instruments allow the visitors to observe the astronomical positions with the naked eye. Some of the instruments are built from bronze. Later return back to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
DAY 6- Jaipur – Delhi (250 km - 5 hours 30 mins)
Upon finishing your breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Delhi airport to board the flight for onward journey with fond memories of trip.
Tour Ends... (All distances and timings are approx. )
A/c Vehicle as per the itinerary,
state tax, toll charge, parking, driver allowance.
Express Highway Charges.
Entrance, Ride & Tips, Guide.
any other item not listed in cost includes section.
||Swift Dzire AC
||Toyota Innova AC
||Tempo Traveller 12 AC
1.The balance amount has to be paid upon arrival.
2.Please carry a print-out of travelling voucher for the same.
3.Please fill up the drivers duty slip correctly once the trip is finished
4.One day means a one calendar day (from midnight 12 to midnight 12).
5.AC will not work in hill areas (uphill or downhill) or when the vehicle is parked/stopped.
6.The kilometers and hours will be calculated from our Garage to Garage.
7.Total K.M limit 200 Per day.
Note:- Delhi Monuments closed on every Monday & Taj Mahal Closed on every Friday!!!