Day 1: Arrival - Delhi
Welcome on arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi and transfer to pre-booked hotel by air-conditioned car. After check-in, travel documents related to travel planning and services will be handed over to you; Our representative will address all your questions regarding your entire tour plan. Later in the evening, he went to see the Light and Sound Show at the Red Fort. The show showcases an amazing history of the city in a very interesting way. Later, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Light and Sound Show: Enjoy a spectacular show at the Red Fort. Which gives the city's 5,000-year-old history alive. Amidst the harmonious panoramic and historical atmosphere of the Red Fort, select episodes of the history of Delhi's historical and majestic past are vividly brought to life. Special effects combine with exceptional character to make the show an impressively memorable experience.
Day 2 : Delhi
After having your morning breakfast, take a sightseeing tour of Old Delhi such as: Red Fort, Jama Masjid "India's largest and most magnificent mosque", Rajghat "Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi" where he was cremated. Sightseeing tour continues to visit New Delhi including Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate; To honor and pay tribute to the Indian soldiers who sacrificed themselves during the Afghan war, Birla Mandir (Lakshmi Narayan Temple), Humayun's Tomb, Lotus Shaped Bhai's Temple, Qutub Minar; Produced by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak of the Slave Dynasty. Sri Radha Parthasarathy Temple, commonly known as ISKCON Delhi Temple. In the evening you can opt for a cycle rickshaw ride from the vibrant and colorful market of Chandni Chowk. Later, go back to the hotel to rest and relieve your tiredness.
Day 3 : Delhi – Sikandra – Agra (210 kms: 5 hrs)
Get out of the hotel after breakfast and drive to Agra, after stopping to see the Mughal Emperor Akbar's mausoleum at Sikandra, the journey continues at the hotel on his journey to Agra. In the evening, if time allows, one should visit the Oswal Emporium, which is 10 years old to see a replica of the famous Taj Mahal, this artistic symbol, the light and sound show "Mohabbat-e-Taj," Saga Began Enjoy Love ”, the only show of its kind in India! Later stayed overnight in the hotel.
The Taj Mahal of Agra is famous as one of the seven wonders of the world - the Taj Mahal. A pleasant city of the comparatively slow pace, Agra is an old city and is called Jungle, which originates from a forest described in the Mahabharata. Agra is known for its magnificent work on marble and soapstone, which are descendants of those who worked under the Mughals. In Agra, carpets, gold thread embroidery, and leather shoes are made for which it is famous in the world. Both Agra and Fatehpur Sikri are located near Delhi. Agra Fort, Sikandra, Ram Bagh, and Itmad-ud-Daula are some notable places besides the famous Taj Mahal.
Day 4 : Agra
The world's most popular and beautiful monument in the morning: its spectacular view at the Sunrise Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is a wonderful and beautiful architectural monument which is one of the 7 wonders of the world. This historical work depicts the fusion of diverse architectural styles. The Taj Mahal is the crown of all the lovely buildings in the world and a symbol of eternal love. After this, you will proceed towards the fort of Agra. The fort was built in 1576 AD by the great Mughal emperor Akbar, which was structured and designed with red-stone barricades. Here you will find magnificent Pearl Mosque and other excellent examples of art: Jahangir Mahal, Moti Masjid, Machhi Bhawan, Nagina Mosque, Diwan-e-Khaas, Sheesh Mahal, Diwan-i-Aam and Meena Bazaar and Mussman Bhurj. Emperor Shah Jahan imprisoned his rebellious son Aurangzeb at Musaman Bhurj, he would show his love through the Taj Mahal, where his beloved wife was cremated. Later, visit Itmad-ud-Daula's tomb, 35 km from Agra, as a memorial to his great father. Later returned to the hotel overnight.
Day 5 : Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur (240 kms: 5 - 6 hrs)
After breakfast this morning, walk to the Hotel and Jaipur. En-route stopover in the old deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri of the Mughal Empire, made of red sandstone in honor of Salim Chishti, who gave birth to 3 sons to Emperor Akbar. This is an example of strong stability combined with originality. Each important structure here represents a type in itself. One of them is Diwan-i-Khas; Panch Mahal, the tomb of Salim Chishti and Buland Darwaza, is one of the largest and largest gateways in the world. Also, a halt at Abhaneri near Jaipur, and a visit to Charan Vel, it was built by King Chanda of the Chauhan dynasty, and on completion was dedicated to Hashat Mata, the god of joy and happiness. Later, continue the drive to Jaipur. On arrival, transfer to hotel for overnight stay.
The walls, houses, and buildings of the entire city were washed with pink in 1853 AD for the grand and royal reception of Britain's Prince Albert and Queen Victoria. I visited Jaipur. This magnificent city was founded in 1727 AD. The greatest ruler was in Jai Singh II. Jaipur is surrounded by hills on three sides. Jaipur is the only city in the world, built according to Hindu architectural science called Shilpa Shastra. The city was designed in a rectangular shape of 9 blocks, depicting 9 divisions of the universe.
Day 6: Jaipur
After breakfast this morning, take a tour of the Pink City to have a spectacular view of the Amber Fort located outside the city, built in the 15th century by Rajput Raja Man Singh. Later visit another powerful and majestic Nagargarh Fort close to Amber Fort. Drive back to the main city to visit the Imperial City Palace - the current residence of the royal family of Jaipur. The incredible Jantar Mantar was built and built by Raja Raja Jai Jai Singh. The magnificent Hawa Mahal is also known as the 'The Palace of Winds' Birla Mandir with its white shimmering marble glow at night. You can visit the fort of Amber to watch a light and sound show: one holds the history of the citadel, which is pulsed with 600 years of the Kachhwaha dynasty and an old past of 28 kings, before their capital moved to Jaipur Has gone. Later you can stop on a cycle rickshaw ride and explore the bustling market. Enjoy your evening at the most authentic and ethnic village resort: Chokhi Dhani, which is built on the theme of an ethnic village in Rajasthan with lots of entertainment like folk dances, puppet shows, astrology, music, camel rides. All are traditional environments. Enjoy traditional Rajasthani food. Later, return to the hotel for the overnight.
Day 7: Jaipur – Neemrana – Delhi (260 kms: 5 hrs)
Get out of the hotel after breakfast and go to Delhi. A visit to the huge and magnificent Neemrana Fort, recalling the old world charm of Rajasthani opulence and hospitality. The Heritage Hotel, one of the magnificent forts of Rajasthan, turned into a marvelous architectural marvel. Here you can experience the thrill of India's first zip tour and opt for lunch at the hotel. (Your own) Continue to drive to Delhi later, arriving at the hotel for an overnight stay.
Neemrana Fort, This was a tributary of the erstwhile kings of the Alwar state. The track is sandy and dusty and is known as Rath. It is said to be the home of the Chauhan Rajput who claimed descent from Prithvi Raj, the last Hindu king before the rule of the Mughal Empire. One of the descendants of Prithvi Raj converted to Islam and settled here. This is the reason why the old dynasty is depicted with the title Rao and recognized by the ruler of Alwar.
Day 8: Delhi – Aurangabad (By Air)
Check the hotel after breakfast this morning and transfer to the domestic airport to board the morning flight to Aurangabad. On arrival transfer to the hotel. Aurangabad is popular for its ancient temple India. There are about 34 Buddhist caves and about 17 Hindus. After rest, the city of Aurangabad visits the fort of Daulatabad. Originally a hilltop Devagiri Fort, it was an old Hindu stronghold, finally detained and removed by deceit during the 13th century. Later visit Bibi's Tomb; The tomb of Begum Rabia Durani, queen of the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. Due to its resemblance to the Taj, it is called the Taj Mahal of the Deccan. Return to hotel for overnight.
Aurangabad is one of the popular culture and heritage city of the state of Maharashtra, the city was founded in 1610 by the Mughal ruler Neelam Shah II near Khirki village in Maharashtra. The city is quite famous with its most popular tourist attractions Ajanta Ellora Caves and Daulatabad Fort. Aurangabad, the name deprived of the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, has many other historic Mughal monuments around the city: Aurangzeb's wife's mausoleum 'Bibi Ka Maqbara' refers to the Taj Mahal in Agra. Panchakki is also worth visiting a water mill built in 1624 to pay homage to the Muslim saint Baba Shah Musafir. The city is quite popular for snow products and bidri work.
Day 9: Aurangabad – Ajanta – Aurangabad (105 kms: 2 hrs one way)
After the initial breakfast, visit the famous Ajanta caves. Ajanta is one of the few historical and architectural wonders of India. Today recognized as a World Heritage Site, it was discovered during the 19th century by a group of British officials who were hunting tigers. If you find time later you can choose to visit Jami Masjid, Bharatmata Temple, Chand Minar, Elephant Tank and 'Chini Mahal' or Chini Mahal, there are important monuments inside the fort. Khuldabad ("heavenly abode"), several historical figures are buried here, including the last major Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. Later, drive back for an overnight stay in Aurangabad.
Ajanta, it was only in the 19th century, the Ajanta group of caves, is located deep in the mountain range of Sahyadris, which is built in a winding hill at the top of the river Vaghora. These caves were unexpectedly discovered by some British officials, who were on a hunt in the Sahyadri hills. The Ajanta caves attract great periods of Buddhism from 200 BCE to 650 AD. There 29 caves were built as a haven for Buddhist monks, who performed rituals in the ancient place of religious and spiritual education and viharas and chaityas and were a major center of the Buddhist era and its cultural movement.
Day 10: Aurangabad – Ellora (30 kms: ½ hr) – Mumbai (By Air)
After breakfast, take a sightseeing tour of Ellora, which is one of the most scenic places in India. It has some typical uninterrupted order of 34 monasteries and temples dating back to 600 to 1000 AD. It also has some excellent stoneware depicting legends related to Lord Shiva. After the trip, return to Aurangabad. Later check out of the hotel and drive to the airport to fly to Mumbai. On arrival transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Ellora, The Ellora Caves, numbering 34, are carved on the banks of a basaltic hill 30 km from the city of Aurangabad. A masterpiece and masterpiece of the cave temple architecture, the Ellora Caves are elaborate at the front and equipped with ancient interiors. These structures define the era of the 3 religions Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism, these caves were cut and carved between 350 AD to 700 AD. There are 12 Buddhist caves on the south side, 17 Hindu caves in the center and 5 Jain caves in the north.
Day 11: Mumbai
After breakfast this morning take a walk in the city of Mumbai, first by motorway by motorway to the caves of Elephanta - ancient rock-cut caves dedicated to Lord Shiva. Cruise later left for the Gateway of India. And sightseeing continues at the Prince of Wales Museum — a heritage museum displaying ancient artifacts. Parliament House - (from outside), Nariman Point - Commercial Hub, Marine Drive - The most beautiful bed in the city. Dhobi Ghat- a famous open-air laundry, Mani Bhavan- also known as Gandhi Bhavan. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), formerly Victoria Terminus, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a historic railway station in Mumbai, Bandra Worli Sealink, which crosses the Arabian Sea, connects the suburbs of Mumbai with South Mumbai, Is seen as an engineering miracle. Later returned to the hotel. You can opt to enjoy Mumbai nightlife at the city's pubs, bars, and restaurants. Overnight in Mumbai hotel.
Mumbai: The largest city in India and the capital of the state of Maharashtra, The Arabian Sea- is a major port of India. Mumbai is one of the 7 islands on the Konkan coast; Mumbai is derived from Devi Devi. The city contrasts the ancient architectural charm with the glare of the past and modern style architecture, most of them built during the British rule. Mumbai is often called the economic capital of India due to its economic contribution to the country. The city is the homeland of the Bollywood industry. Mumbai offers many fairs and festivals, sightseeing spots for tourists.
Day 12: Mumbai – Hometown
After breakfast, the morning is free for leisure at the local markets or at Colaba Causeway, Fashion Street in South Mumbai and Linking Road in Bandra, a western suburb, and one of the most famous markets for everything. And there are many malls in the western suburb: Orbit Mall and Infinity Mall and in other shops in Juhu and other places. Later transfer to the domestic city/airport to board the flight scheduled for onward journey. On departure, the journey is concluded with pleasant memories.