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|1st||New Delhi||1||Aster Inn|
|4th & 5th||Jaisalmer||2||Rang Mahal|
|7th & 8th||Udaipur||2||Rampratap Palace|
|10th & 11th||Jaipur||2||Umaid Bhawan|
|13th||Overnight Train to Varanasi From Agra|
|15th||Overnight Train to Delhi from Varanasi|
|16th||Transfer to Delhi Airport | Final Departure|
Day 1 | Arrival in Delhi Sightseeing Hotel |
Arrive at Delhi International Airport, our representative will meet greet & assist you at the airport; our representative will assist you checking in to the hotel. Get refreshed there, rest of the time to be relaxed.
Overnight at hotel.
Have your breakfast at the hotel. After that we would go for Half-day tour of Old Delhi- Jama Masjid, Red fort and Raj Ghat (Gandhi Memorial Site). The city of Delhi has a vast volume of glorious history and is mentioned that it has been destructed nine times and reconstructed too. After having the visit of some monuments, we will take you at Red Fort in Delhi, where you can enjoy the Light and Sound there. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Red Fort: Lay along the River Yamuna (which is almost dry most of the time), Red Fort was built by Emperor Shaha Jahan (of Taj Mahal fame). It is today a symbol of independence. Depending on the time of year (not the winter), visit the Fort at night when they have a very good light and audio show that tells the history of the Red Fort and India
.Jama Masjid: The largest mosque in India, it was built in 1656, is located in opposite the Red Fort.
Raj Ghat: Memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. It is a black marble platform that marks the spot of Gandhi’s cremation on 31 Jan 1948. It is left open to the sky while flame burns perpetually at one end. It is located on the banks of the river Yamuna in Delhi in India on Ring Road officially known as Mahatma Gandhi Road. A stone footpath flanked by lawns leads to the walled enclosure that houses the memorial.
Delhi is said to be one of the oldest existing cities in the world, along with Jerusalem and Varanasi. Legend estimates it to be over 5,000 years old. Over the millennia, Delhi is said to have been built and destroyed 11 times. The oldest alleged incarnation of the city shows up in the Indian mythological epic Mahabharata as Indraprastha. Delhi is a sprawling and ancient city of 13 million people in northern India. New Delhi, the national capital, forms a small part of the wider metropolis. Most people, however, use New Delhi and Delhi interchangeably to mean the greater city of Delhi. Today Delhi is growing at a breathless pace, beyond the scattered citadels of erstwhile dynasties and far beyond the ken of the colonial and latter-day town plan.
Day 2 | New Delhi Mandawa |
After breakfast at the hotel resume your journey towards Mandawa (Shekhawati). Reach Mandawa and check-in at the hotel. Stay overnight. Visit the vicinity of Shekhawati to explore the fresco work. This day you will experience the concept of rural tourism. Visit the native rural village with your guide to know about the local community.
Mandawa is a semiarid dreamscape of dazzling fields, fluttering fabrics and open-air picture galleries. The region is crisscrossed by narrow near-country roads that lead to half-forgotten villages and wholly hidden havelis. Each stop on the hop-along highways offers secret treasures (some slowly sinking in the sand) lacquered in rich and varied hues. Shekhawati was formerly a wealthy but lawless land on the trade route between the ports of the Arabian Sea and the fertile Ganges Valley. The Shekhawat thakurs (noblemen), who once were noted for their indulgence in quarrelling among themselves, began to flourish in the mid-18th-century British East India Company when merchants imposed some semblance of order. A century later the British used the skills of local merchants or Marwaris (they’d long since left Marwar, today’s Jodhpur) to improve trade. While the Marwaris settled in the new coastal cities, they built havelis for their families back home. Until 1947 these mansions were symbols of their success and homes in which their families could live the good life; these days they remain one of Rajasthan’s better-kept secrets.
Day 3 | Mandawa Bikaner |
Today After breakfast at the hotel resume your journey towards Bikaner. Check-in at the hotel. Stay overnight at hotel.
Half day sightseeing at Bikaner . Visit Bikaner & Junagarh fort, Gajner Lake Driver will follow the route in order to cover maximum places. Bikaner was founded in 1488 by Rao Bika, a descendant of Jodha, Jodhpur’s founder, and was another important staging post on the great caravan trade routes. When the British arrived centuries later, the state of Bikaner exchanged its finest camels for its freedom. Camel safaris continue to grow in popularity here, as travellers chase the silken darkness of a desert dawn without the hassle of Jaisalmer. Many travellers also come to visit the Karni Mata Temple in Deshnok, 30km south, where pilgrims worship thousands of holy rats, or Kolayat, 54km south, a temple town where sadhus (spiritual men) swim in rubber tires.
Day 4 | Bikaner Jaisalmer |
Today After breakfast at the hotel resume your journey towards next halt Jaisalmer. Reach destination and transfer to your hotel. Check-in at the hotel. Stay overnight.Day at leisure with suggested evening with local market visit.
Jaisalmer is a giant sandcastle with a town attached, an emblem of honor in a land of rough and tumble. The fort is a living monument to long-lost desert might, a Golden City of dreams that exceeds expectations of the most travelers. Rising high from Trikuta hill, 99 enormous bastions hide havelis of crumbling beauty, and former Raj retainers, who now raffishly run guesthouses or flog bedazzling mirror work and embroidery. Like a Hansel and Gretel wonderland, the enclosed palace is carved from the same near-edible golden sandstone.
Day 5 | Jaisalmer Sightseeing |
Today After breakfast at the hotel Explore the dunes of Jaisalmer along with visit to Sunar Killa (Golden fort). Driver will assist you with the guide at Jaisalmer. , kick start your full day Jaisalmer city visiting the “Manek Chowk”, “Patwon Ki Haveli”, “Salim Singhji Ki Haveli”, “Jaisalmer Fort”, “Gadisar Lake” & “Bada Bagh”. Return to your hotel for overnight stay.
Day 6 | Jaisalmer Jodhpur |
This day after breakfast lavishly in the hotel, we would provide you transfer up to Jodhpur by car, after drive of five and half hour reach Jodhpur; this is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is called the Gateway to Thar, as it is literally on the edge of the Thar Desert. It is also called the Sun City as the sun shines (very bright and hot!) almost every day of the year. After reaching at Jodhpur, check in to the hotel, get refreshed. Afternoon Tour of Jodhpur city, which includes the visit of: Mehrangarh Fort dominates the city and is the largest fort in all Rajasthan. Founded in 1458 as the site of Rao Jodha’s new capital — hence the name, Jodhpur — the city has grown around it and in the 500 years that have passed the fort has never been taken by force. Highlights within the palace include: Moti Mahal (Pearl Hall): Pearl-colored inside and decorated with colored glass windows, Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Hall): Just what the name says. Phool Mahal (Flower Hall): The most extravagant of them all. Zenana Deodi is the inner sanctum of the palace once guarded by eunuchs; this is where the queens whiled away their days.
The delicate sandstone screens and carvings are exquisite. Chamunda Mataji Temple. Tucked away at the far end of the battlements, this temple is devoted to Rao Jodha’s favorite goddess and remains a local favorite to this day. A number of people are employed here and there to add flavor by dressing in period costume and doing photogenic things like playing traditional instruments and smoke opium (yes, the real thing). Snap away, but they’ll appreciate a tip if you do. The museum also includes galleries devoted to howdahs (elephant-mounted seats), palanquins, fine arts, weaponry, and the inevitable Turban Gallery. Jodhpur is also known as the Blue City, an apt name as most houses in the old city are shades of blue. The forts and palaces, temples and havelis, culture and tradition, spices and fabrics, color and texture, a booming handicrafts industry, all add up to make this historic city worth a visit. In the evening come back to hotel for stay overnight.
Day 7 | Jodhpur Udaipur
Today after breakfast at hotel get driven to Udaipur. Reach Udaipur, we would provide you transfer up to hotel in Udaipur, another major city and eminent tourist destination in Rajasthan. You would check in hotel and rest of the time for leisure and recreation. 8th day of the trip starts with the breakfast at the hotel and then we would go out for the local sightseeing of Udaipur city. Udaipur, the capital of the former princely state of Mewar is a beautiful city in Rajasthan, India famous for its lakes and palaces. Udaipur is referred to as the “Venice of the East”, the “Most Romantic City of India” and the “Kashmir of Rajasthan” (a reference to Dal Lake) and not without reason. Udaipur is a lovely blend of water, lush green hills that set fire and passion in poet and considered as Venice of East. The city has 5 beautiful lakes that add to it kaleidoscope.
Fateh Sagar Lake – An artificial lake constructed by Maharana in north of Lake Pichola in 1678 and to the north-west of Udaipur. Within the confines of the Fateh Sagar Lake, there are three small islands. The largest of these is called the Nehru Park, the second island houses a public park with an impressive water-jet fountain and the third island is the address for the Udaipur Solar Observatory.
Pichola Lake – Also an artificial fresh water lake, created in the year 1362 AD, named after the nearby Picholi village. The lake’s surroundings and the several islands within the lake have been developed over the centuries, with palaces, marble temples, family mansions, and bathing ghats. The famous Lake Palace is located in the middle of the lake. Two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir are located within Pichola Lake.
Swaroop Sagar Lake: is along with forts, palaces, temples, gardens, mountains and narrow lanes lines withdrawn with stalls, relives the reminisces of a heroic past, valor and chivalry.
Day 8 | Udaipur Sightseeing |
This day after breakfast in the hotel go for the sightseeing of Udaipur City Palace: it is posing over the fascinating Lake Pichola, one of the most beautiful palatial structures. The unique aspect of this conglomeration is that the architectural design (a rich blend of Rajasthani, Mughal, Medieval, European and Chinese Architecture) is distinctly homogeneous and eye catching. Tour of rest of the attractions in Udaipur; such as Saheliyon ki Badi, means Garden of the Maids, was built by Maharana Bhopal Singh. Its area lies in northern part of the city and has fountains and kiosks, a lotus pool and marble elephants. & Gulab Bagh and Zoo – A rose garden laid out by Maharaja Sajjan Singh is situated near the palace on the side of Lake Pichhola.
Day 9 | Udaipur Ajmer Pushkar Sightseeing |
This day after breakfast lavishly in the hotel; get driven to Pushkar the holy city of Rajasthan,via Ajmer. Arrive Pushkar, check in at the hotel, and get refreshed. One of the oldest cities in the country, Pushkar is an important pilgrimage site. Pushkar has many temples. Most of the temples are not very old, since many were destroyed during Muslim conquests in the area. Subsequently, the destroyed temples were re-built. The most famous among all is the Brahma Temple built during the 14th century AD. Very few temples to Lord Brahma exist anywhere in the world. Other temples of Brahma include Bithoor in Uttar Pradesh, India; village Asotra near Balotra city of Barmer district in Rajasthan; Mother Temple of Besakih in Bali, Indonesia; and Prambanan in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The Pushkar Lake has 52 ghats where pilgrims descend to the lake to bathe in the sacred waters. Pushkar is also famous for its annual Pushkar Camel Fair.
The word ‘Pushkar’ means lotus flower, which is said to be the seat of Brahma, one of the Hindu holy trinity, who is worshipped as the creator of this world. The legend has it that the demon Vajra Nabha killed Brahma’s children; he in turn struck him with his weapon, a lotus flower. Vajra Nabha died with the impact, and the petals of the lotus fell at three places. One of them is Pushkar, where it gave birth to a lake. Brahma is supposed to have performed sacrifice at this lake on Kartik Purnima (the full moon day of the Kartik month (generally in the month of November), hallowing the place. Though Brahma is considered to be the creator of the world, Pushkar is the only temple of this important deity in the whole world. And, as per Vaman Purana, Prahlada on his pilgrimage to holy places visited Pushkarayana.
Day 10 | Pushkar Jaipur |
This morning after breakfast; Check out from the hotel and get driven to Jaipur. It will take 2 hours to reach there.
Reach Jaipur in late in afternoon, and check in at the hotel. Relax and refresh at hotel. Then go for local sightseeing. In the evening proceed to Chokhi Dhani, an ethnic village. It is one its own kind, each of the detailed work in the village tells you about the culture and tradition of Rajasthan. It could be Camel Rides, Elephant Rides, Tonga Rides, Bullock Cart Rides, Bow n Arrows, Turbans or Food; it will make you feel a KING. Dinner and cultural program will be organized for you at Chokhi Dhani. Overnight at hotel.
Jaipur, is the capital city of State Rajasthan, has been the abode of heritages and warriors. In this city we have much attraction which may surprise you with the beauty and wonders. We have one UNESCO world heritage site, The Observatory named Jantar Mantar. The Hawa Mahal, which has 960 windows, was constructed for the royal ladies of the time. City Palace, which has the decorated interiors, their norms may lead you to the astonishments.
Day 11 | Jaipur Sightseeing |
After breakfast at the hotel, proceed for an excursion to AMBER FORT in the outskirts of Jaipur. Elephant ride ascent to the fort. Enjoy the wonderful carvings and minute mirror work on the walls & ceilings. Explore the beautiful architecture of Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Birla Temple and Jantar Mantar.
Raj Mandir Cinema is a famous movie theater in Jaipur in Rajasthan state in India. Situated on the Bhagwan Das Road, near M.I. Road, the meringue-shaped auditorium opened in 1976, and over the years has seen many movie premieres of Hindi films, and has become a popular symbol of Jaipur, it is often referred as the Pride of Asia.
Day 12 | Jaipur Fatehpur Sikri Agra |
This morning after breakfast; check out from the hotel and we will transfer you to Agra. Enroute brief halts at sightseeing of Fatehpur Sikri (Ghost Town). Where the largest gateway of world The Buland Daewaza and the specific beauty of Indo-islamic architecture you can get to see. Fatehpur Sikri, have been the witness of Mughal Empire in India, the great ruler Akbar, fascinated to establish an administrative territory which lead to the entire dynasty to the glory and pride.
Reach Agra late in the afternoon, check in the hotel and afternoon visit of Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fort of Itmad-ud-Daulah. The Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonder of the world needs no introduction; we will provide you the battery car ride in the premises of Taj Mahal. Then the visit of Red fort of Agra is also not less than any wonder, the architecture and legends say much more, we can’t enunciate it until unless you observe yourself it. Then come back to the hotel and stay overnight there.
The Taj Mahal is an immense mausoleum of white marble, built between 1631 and 1648 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife. Taj Mahal means Crown Palace; one of the wife’s names was Mumtaz Mahal, Ornament of the Palace. The Taj Mahal is one of the most well preserved and architecturally beautiful tombs in the world, one of the masterpieces of Indian Muslim architecture, and one of the great sites of the world’s heritage, it has a life of its own that leaps out of marble, understand that it is a symbol of love.
Day 13 | Agra Sightseeing Varanasi |
This day after breakfast at the hotel, You can visit the Local Bazaars’ of Agra and you can also visit the places as per your own wish. In the evening we would transfer you to Agra railway Station to board the overnight train journey to Varanasi.
|Train name (no.)||Departs||Arrives||Duration|
|Vns Exp (21107)
Agra Cant – Varanasi Junction
Day 14 | Varanasi |
Reach Varanasi, our company driver will assist you at the Varanasi Railway Station. He will then take you straight to the hotel. Reach the hotel and check in. You can keep your luggage and get fresh.. In the evening driver will then take you to the Raja Ghat & Munshi Ghat where you can also attend the evening aarti. Return to the hotel in the evening and retire to bed.
Day 15 | Varanasi Sarnath Varanasi Delhi|
This day we will proceed to Sarnath for excursion trip. the place where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon. Places of interest at Sarnath include various Buddhist temples, Dhamekh Stupa, Mulgandh Kuti Vihar and the archaeological museum. Return to Varanasi and visit the Dasaswamedh Ghat. Varanasi has been a center of learning for over 2000 years. Today, you will go on a city tour of Varanasi, covering Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Bharatmata Temple, Sankat Mochan Temple and the Tulsi Manas Temple. You may also explore the traditional bazaars of Varanasi for some shopping in handicrafts and Banarasi Saris. The tour will include a visit to Benaras Hindu University (BHU), the Archaeological Museum and Bharat Kala Bhavan. Later you can enjoy the shopping in the local market. After all come back to hotel in the night for overnight stay in hotel. In the evening we would transfer you to Varanasi Railway Station to board the overnight train journey to New Delhi.
|Train name (no.)||Departs||Arrives||Duration|
| Shiv Ganga Exp (12559)
Varanasi Junction – New Delhi
Day 16 | Delhi Sightseeing |
Upon Arrival at Delhi airport, our representative would meet greet and assist you. You would be transferred to the hotel in Delhi. Today, we will go for Full-day tour of Delhi-Rashtrapati Bhawan (President House), India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutab Minar and Lotus Temple.
Evening would be free to enjoy visit of Chandni Chowk market and Sarojini Market for Shopping. The city of Delhi has a vast volume of glorious history and is mentioned that it has been destructed nine times and reconstructed too. Late in the evening we would transfer you to Delhi International Airport, board the flight and fly back to your home country with pleasure in sole. The wonderful tour ends here, with lots of unforgettable memories.
**********Tour ends here with lots of memorieS*********
✓ We have arranged the trip as per the date of your arrival and this tour plan is of -”15 Nights & 16 Days”.
✓ We have provided you 13 nights’ Accommodation on 1 Double Occupancy Room in 3* Hotels/Resorts.
✓ We have provided you 2 Overnights train Journeys in A/C First Class Coach.
✓ It is completely organized tour plan; we have provided you an Air-Conditioned Chauffeur Driven A/C Indigo Car at your disposal.
✓ All the airport transfers, intercity travels, sightseeing would be arranged in the same vehicle.
✓ We have included some ancillary services, which would cherish your trip with sweet memories
✓ There would not be any hidden charges or taxes after confirmation until and unless any change in the basic tour proposal
✓ All Airport assistance on arrival and departure
✓ All airport transfer in A/C Indigo Car
✓ Accommodation in 3* hotels/resorts on 1 Double Occupancy Rooms.
✓ All city transfer and sightseeing as per the itinerary in Chauffeur Driven A/C IndigoCar
✓ Daily Breakfast at hotel
✓ Train fare as per the itinerary (Agra – Varanasi | Varanasi – Delhi)
✓ Camel Safari at Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer.
✓ Entrance and Dinner at Chowki Dhanni, Jaipur
✓ Elephant Ride at Amber Fort, Jaipur
✓ Battery van ride at Agra
✓ Boat ride in river Ganges in Varanasi
✓ English speaking guide at all the destinations for 1 day each.
✓ Light and Sound Show at Red Fort, Delhi
✓ Parking, All Toll Taxes, Fuel and Driver Charge
✓ All applicable taxes
✓ Extras at the hotel
✓ Meals in hotels other than specified in the inclusions
✓ Monuments entry fees
✓ Personal purchase
✓ International Airfare
✓ Anything not specified in cost inclusions
|Cost of the tour : Applicable for 2 Adults|
|958 Euro per person||Per person cost on Double occupancy rooms for the complete package|