Day 01 Arrive Delhi
You will be greeted by company representative at Delhi airport and transferred to your hotel for overnight. (Standard Check in time1200 Hrs)
Day 02 Delhiviagra France
After breakfast at the hotel, half day sightseeing of Old Delhi. Visit includes Raj Ghat (Memorial to Mahatma Gandhi), Jama Masjid (One of the largest mosques in India), busy and narrow winding streets of old Chandni Chowk and drive pass the Red Fort (Also known as Lal Quila). Lunch (on your own) at a local restaurant. After lunch, proceed for sightseeing of New Delhi, visiting Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate, Government buildings, Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House) and Connaught Place. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 03 Delhi-Varanasi (By Air)
After breakfast and check out, transfer to the airport to board flight for Varanasi. Upon arrival, pick up from the airport and drive to Sarnath, a must-visit place to pay homage to the Enlightened One, this holy destination is revered across the globe as the site of the first sermon delivered by Gautam Buddha to five of his followers.After exploring the best of Sarnath – from architectural ruins to well-preserved museums, get back to Varanasi and retire to the hotel.
Day 04 Varanasi
Varanasi is situated on the west bank of River Ganga and is of a very religious and spiritual importance to Hindus. We start the day very early today, as you will be dropped at the riverside for a boat ride before sunrise on The Ganges. The boat takes you to the two holiest Ghats, Dashashwameth and Manikarnika. We return to the banks and then visit Kashi Vishwanath temple. It is believed that a dip in Ganga followed by visit to Vishwanath temple gives liberation from the cycle of life and death. In the evening in time transfer to the railway station to board an overnight train to Agra. Packed dinner will be served in the train
Day 05 Agra
In the morning pick up from the Agra railways station and transfer to the hotel (early check in subject to availability ) Later in the afternoon half day tour of city, visits include Itmad-Ud-Daulah or the baby Taj and Agra Fort. Return to hotel for overnight.
Day 06 Agra-Fatehpur Sikri-Jaipur (250 Kms)
Early morning, preferably at sunrise, visit the World famous Taj Mahal “The Monument of Love” A symbol of endless love and devotion of Emperor Shah Jahan to his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj is a befitting tribute to such a romantic love story and a divine emotion that binds two souls forever. Return to the hotel for breakfast and check out. Later drive to Jaipur. En-route visit of Fatehpur Sikri “the Ghost city”. On arrival check in to the hotel for overnight.
Day 07 Jaipur
After breakfast, full day sightseeing of ‘The Pink City’ starting with Amber Fort, located 11
Kms away from Jaipur.. It is among the best hilltop forts in India. You can enjoy an Elephant ride at the fort (this is subject to availability and government rules and regulations). In the afternoon, visit City Palace and Observatory. Photo Stop at Hawa Mahal. Overnight is at the hotel.
Day 08 Jaipur-Delhi Departure (255 Kms)
After breakfast and check out from the hotel, drive to Delhi and drop at the International airport to board flight back home.
What is included (In all options – Standard, Superior and Luxury)
– Accommodation with daily breakfast at suggested hotels on twin sharing
– Transportation by private air-conditioned car with reasonably good English speaking chauffeur
– Assistance by company representative at all airport and hotels
– Boat ride on the Ganges in Varanasi
– Elephant ride at Fort Amber in Jaipur
– All currently applicable government taxes and levies
What is not included
– International flights
– Visa fees
– Airport departure taxes
– Beverages during meals
– Tips for the driver/guide
– Optional excursions
»All Standard option prices of our Tours will be without Guide and Monument entrance fee. However you can include a guide or Monument entrance fee on request separately.
» Superior and Luxury options prices will include Guide and Monument Entrance fee.
»Our quotes are subject to changes only in case of significant fluctuation in currency or changes in tax structure by the Government of India.