10 Nights Itinerary Covering: Delhi – Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Ranthambore – Jaipur – Udaipur - Mumbai
The Golden Triangle tour of India is one of the most famous tours in India and consists of the cities of Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. Many tourists from all over the world throng to the plains of North India to experience the royalty, culture, and warmth of India. In our Sejour De Grand Luxe tour package, you will get an opportunity to explore the city of dreams, Mumbai and the city of lakes, Udaipur.
We will take you through the Jungles of Ranthambore where you will rendezvous with one of the most magnificent animals on earth ‘The Royal Bengal Tiger’. Experience romance at the lakes of Udaipur and at the Taj Mahal in Agra on this Delhi Agra Jaipur Udaipur tour package.
Note: This is just a suggested itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We tailor holidays for your specific needs. Contact us if you want modifications so that we could tailor a holiday to suit your need for an unforgettable India tour.
Your Delhi Agra Jaipur Udaipur tour will start when you land at the Delhi International Airport. You will be transferred to your hotel where you shall enjoy an overnight stay overlooking the Delhi skyline. The rest of the time is at your leisure. You can take a stroll nearby the hotel and explore the market of Delhi.
Overnight stay at the hotel in Delhi.
Have your delicious breakfast and then we shall proceed to explore Delhi. The capital city of one of the largest countries in the world has a rich and diverse cultural history. The city has a history spanning more than 900 years and has been ruled by many dynasties like the Rajputs, Marathas, Sikhs, Mughals and finally the British.
We shall start the day by visiting the Laxmi Narayan Temple which is an exquisite Hindu temple dedicated to the Goddess of Wealth Laxmi and her Husband Lord Narayan who is considered to be an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Also known as the Birla Mandir, the temple was built by renowned industrialist J.K. Birla in the 1930s.
Designed by the famous architect Edward Lutyens, the Parliament House is one of the most marvelous buildings in modern-day India. The Indian Constitution was drafted in the 98 feet diameter central hall of the Parliament house.
Originally known as the All-India War Memorial, the India Gate is a huge sandstone archway built to commemorate the sacrifice of British as well as Indian soldiers during the First World War. We shall then drive past the Red Fort which is considered to be one of the finest military forts built in India. Built by the Mughals, the Red Fort gets its name due to the extensive use of Red Sandstone in the building.
Our next spot would be the Jama Masjid, which is considered to be one of the largest mosques in Asia. Built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, the mosque is an exemplary piece of Mughal architecture.
Humayun's Tomb is the first Charbagh (Garden style) tomb built in the sub-continent. The beautifully landscaped gardens of the Humayun's Tomb will fill your mind with a vivid sense of pleasure. The tomb is considered to be an inspiration for the famous Taj Mahal.
Pay reverence to Mahatma Gandhi at the Gandhi Memorial. This is the very place where the great man was cremated after his death. Qutub Minar is one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture in India. The Qutub complex contains many other monuments like the famous Alai-Darwaza gate along with Qutub Minar.
We return to our hotel in Delhi for the overnight stay.
We leave for Agra from Delhi via road today and upon reaching Agra you shall check into your hotel. Freshen up as we leave the hotel to visit the Agra Fort, a fort built by Akbar when Agra used to be the capital of the Mughal dynasty. The fort is considered to be a military masterpiece and is virtually impenetrable.
The tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daulah is next on our list, also nicknamed as Baby Taj, this is the tomb of Mirza Ghiyas Beg who was the Wazir of the Mughal emperor Jehangir.
Overnight stay will be at your hotel in Agra.
Today we wake up earlier than usual to see the beautiful Taj Mahal. The monument of love has an enchanting view during sunrise when it is bathing beneath the golden rays of the sun.
After enjoying the views of the Taj, we shall drive back towards your hotel for a delicious breakfast.
We leave for Ranthambore later and halt at the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri. The city was built by the Mughal emperor Akbar in honor of the great Sufi saint Khwaja Salim-ud-din Chisti, who correctly predicted the birth of the next heir to the Mughal throne. The city has many monuments worth visiting like the Buland Darwaza, Birbal and Tansen Mahal, Jodha Bai Palace and the Jama Masjid.
On reaching Ranthambore, check into the hotel for a night stay.
On the fifth day of your Delhi Agra Ranthambore Jaipur tour wake up to chirping birds amidst the dense jungle of Ranthambore National Park. You will enjoy a morning as well as an afternoon safari in a jeep or a canter. Enjoy some steaming hot dinner around a bonfire where you can share interesting stories of your jungle adventure later during the day.
Overnight stay will be at your hotel in Ranthambore.
Enjoy your mouth-watering breakfast in Ranthambore and proceed towards the pink city of Jaipur which is approximately a 5-hour drive from Ranthambore. Upon reaching your hotel you can choose to spend the rest of the day at your leisure. We recommend that you go shopping at the famous local bazaars of Jaipur for some charming handicrafts and Sarees.
Overnight stay will be at your hotel in Jaipur.
We start the day by taking an elephant ride to the main gate of the Amber Fort. The fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a good example of the fusion of Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture. We then proceed to visit the City Palace which is occupying 1/7th area of the old city of Jaipur. Many Rajput artifacts are kept for display in the City Palace and it is considered to be one of the finest examples of palace architecture in India.
Another UNESCO World Heritage site in the city, the stone observatory of Jantar Mantar is a fine specimen of ancient astronomy. The accuracy with which the stone instruments built during the 18th century predict planetary movements is amazing.
We then take a visit to Chandpole, Kishan pol, Tripolia and Johari bazaar along with other famous local bazaars of Jaipur. The city is famous for keeping a wide variety of local handicrafts, leather items, Chicken Zardosi work clothes, and jewelry.
Overnight stay will be at your hotel in Jaipur.
Have your royal breakfast before we proceed towards the romantic city of Udaipur. After checking in to your hotel spend the rest of the day at your leisure in Udaipur. You can take a stroll nearby the hotel or explore the markets of Udaipur. You can also savor the local delicacies and enjoy the evening by exploring the nearby areas.
Overnight stay in the hotel at Udaipur.
Complete your breakfast and then proceed to visit the city's attractions.
We shall visit the Saheliyon Ki Bari which is a beautiful garden built by the King for the leisure of his queen and her maids. The garden has many wonderful monuments made of pure white marble and has fountains springing up cool water, giving much-needed respite in the scorching Rajasthan heat.
Jagdish Temple is a wonderful temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is considered to be the largest temple in the town. The beautiful Indo-Aryan style of architecture of this temple separates it from the rest of the temples you might have seen.
Situated amidst Lake Pichola, the City Palace of Udaipur is one of the grandest palaces that you will ever see. You will find exquisite examples of silver-work, marble-work and mirror work in this palace.
Later in the evening return to the hotel and have a sumptuous dinner. Overnight stay will be at your hotel in Udaipur.
After having your breakfast we shall leave Udaipur to board a flight towards Mumbai.
After reaching the metropolitan city of Mumbai you will be transferred to your hotel where you will freshen up before we proceed to visit Mumbai's attractions.
Visit old-world charm at Mumbai's Crawford Bazaar which has a distinct Norman-Flemish style of architecture. It is one of the most famous shopping markets in the city.
Every day some half-million clothes get washed in one of the world's largest open laundry mats, the Dhobi Ghat of Mumbai. Visit this 140-year old place to get an idea of how one of the most populated cities in the world washes its dirty clothes!
It is said that the lion of Mumbai, Pherozeshah Mehta built the Hanging Gardens to protect the city's freshwater reservoir from getting polluted. One of the very few large green spaces remaining in the city, the Hanging Gardens are a treat for the tired Mumbaikar.
The temple after which the city is named, Mumba Devi Temple is one of the oldest temples situated in the city. Situated in the jam-packed Zaveri Bazaar, the temple is especially revered amongst the Koli fishermen community of Mumbai.
Today is the last day of your Golden Triangle Tour with Mumbai we shall visit the famous Elephanta Caves today after having your breakfast. Splurge in the vivid tastes of Mumbai by eating the delicious street food of the city. Board a flight for your onward destination from the Mumbai airport after you have eaten to your heart's content. We hope that you have enjoyed this tour and look forward to hosting you again on another wonderful journey.
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