You arrive in Delhi by an evening flight where you are greeted by the facilitators. You then check-in the Hotel where you get your welcome package. It contains the travel documents & all the other required things.
We begin our Delhi tour by traveling to Lutyen’s Delhi. We’ll then drive to Rashtrapati Bhawan & then Delhi’s landmark structure India Gate. We’ll then move to Bangla Sahib Gurudwara. After Lunch, we’ll go to Tomb Complex & then we’ll see the amazing Qutub Minar. Here we’ll see the Ashoka Pillar which iron but it weathered some 1500yrs without rusting.
We will start our day by traveling to Chandni Chowk. Here we’ll see “Paratha Wali Gali” and then we’ll go to Jama Masjid. After Lunch, we’ll see the Red Fort. It is a building of national importance and was the seat of Mughal Empire for more than 250 years. After this, we’ll move to the cremation site of Raj-Ghat.
After check-out from the Hotel, you are driven to the Agra by the newest highway of the North-India. We’ll start our discovery of Agra with the famous tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daulah. The beauty of this monument is next to the Taj Mahal. We’ll break for Lunch. Our trip will now move to Agra Fort. Its royal halls, immense stone courtyards, marble mosques and & private royal chambers are a great attraction. In the evening, we’ll go for the sunset visit to Taj-Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
We start our day with the sunrise visit to Agra & then we’ll come back to the Hotel and freshen up and have breakfast. We’ll then check out from the Hotel & then move to Fatehpur Sikri. This uninhabited city was built up by Akbar. It also has one of the biggest gateways of the world known as Buland Darwaja. After seeing the site we’ll drive to Jaipur.
We’ll go for a morning excursion to the enchanting Amber Fort. It was once the capital. In the afternoon we’ll go the lively streets of the Jaipur City and will visit the pink sandstone Palace of Winds, City Palace and Jantar Mantar. We’ll stay overnight in the Hotel in Jaipur.
Visiting Rajasthan during the Pushkar Festival makes your tour even more enjoyable. The Pushkar ka Mela is an annual ten days camel and livestock fair held in the town of Pushkar in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is one of the largest camel fairs in India and helpful in trading of livestock.
We’ll continue to see the Pushkar Fair. This entire festival is celebrated for 10 days from the Kartik Ekadashi to Kartik Poornima for the full moon day (the 15th) of Kartik (October–November) in Hindu calendar. The main day is full moon day when Hindu god Brahma sprung up the Pushkar Lake and people swim in the sacred water.
Once we reach Udaipur we’ll check-in our Hotel room. Later we’ll start our journey to Lake Pichola. Then well go ahead and see City Palace of Udaipur. Lake Fateh-Sagar is another attraction, Jagdish Temple, Srinathji Temple and will see few other places and then we’ll go to our hotel room.
We’ll continue to see the beauty of Udaipur on this day as well. We’ll visit Monsoon Palace, Garden of Maidens, Sas-Bahu Temple Tour, and Crystal Gallery etc.
Udaipur – Delhi – Varanasi: From Udaipur we’ll go to Delhi. In Delhi, we’ll go to Chandni Chowk & enjoy a rickshaw ride. There are many restaurants where we’ll go and savor the Mughlai food. We’ll see the Red-Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb & many other places as well. We’ll have our lunch and then we’ll catch a flight to Varanasi. Post-Lunch: After having our lunch we’ll see the Ganges River. From there we’ll go to Banaras Ghats & we’ll continue to see the Dasaswamedh Ghat & then we’ll see the Sarnath as well.
Varanasi for Dev Deepawali festival: The Dev Deepawali festival of Varanasi is world-famous. It is a festival which is celebrated every year on the occasion of Kartik Poornima which is 15-days after Diwali. After the ceremonies, the Kartik Snan takes places which help, in getting rid of the Sins. You will so get an opportunity to see the Ganga Arti & may also include in Ganga Mahotsav.
Varanasi – Delhi: After celebrating the festival we’ll take some rest & then we’ll move to Delhi & with this, our festival comes to an end. TOUR ENQUIRY India Photo Tours - 13 Days Your Name (required) Your Email (required) Subject Your Message Send