Day : 1 Delhi - Agra (4 Hrs Journey)
Morning is nature’s gift, camouflaged in distinct freshness. It is also the time for appreciating morsel of breakfast, before you are picked up from the hotel for an exclusive half day excursion of New Delhi, which begins at the first halt of Qutab Minar - the fabulous Minaret began to be raised and constructed by the premier ruler of Sultanate of Delhi - Qutb ud Din Aibak. The erstwhile design of Minaret was inspired by Jam Minaret, which is in Afghanistan. Qutub Minar has 379 spiral case steps, and its present stature stands at 239.5 feet tapered towers totalling five upright storeys. The monument is an acclaimed world heritage site declared by UNESCO. Next stop is Humayun’s Tomb- The mausoleum of Humayun, and world heritage site of UNESCO, was constructed on the instructions of first wife of Emperor Humayun – Haji Begum. The passage way leading to mausoleum is embellished with various structures and more dignity is lend to it by Charbagh garden- typically styled on theme of Persian gardens.
The drive will now take you across India Gate, the arched war memorial, dedicated to lives of Indian Army soldiers, who fought form British side during First World War. The road drive follows you to sighting of Parliament – the temple of Indian democracy, which is based on bicameral system, comprising two houses. President House or Rashtrapati Bhavan falls next in line after the Parliament. It is the official residence of president of India, holding the magnificence and elaborateness represented by Durbar Hall, Herbal Garden, Mughal Garden and everything else in between. As you drive past other fascinating destinations, it is already high time to say good bye to beautiful skyline of New Delhi by
late afternoon and approach Yamuna Expressway to head for Agra. The night falls, and you touch Agra. Soon you reach to your hotel and sign the register to complete formal check-in procedures. Love a contented stay in your comfy room.
Day : 2 Agra - Jaipur (5 Hrs Journey)
Relish in the breakfast in your hotel room, and then get ready to visit Taj Mahal early in the morning to witness a romantically beautiful sunrise. The sighting is fresh and it charges your imagination, which may go vivid to any extent. Soon, you make the exit from Taj Mahal and approach Itmad-ud-daulah’s tomb, the red sandstone mausoleum where Mirza Ghiyas Beg remains rest. The mausoleum looks like an attractive jewel box, and dotted at many places with Persian styled beatific stones. Stepping out from the tomb, you will be driven to Agra fort. Better to be represented as a marvelous monument than a mere Fort, it exhibits a flawless melange of Mughal, Persian and Rajputana wall art styles and motifs. Afterwards, absorb few moments of your tour taking local city excursion.
Comes the late afternoon, and you head to Jaipur, enroute take brief halt at Abhaneri-Step-Well. Popular by the name Chand Baoli Step Well, it is one of the oldest and also the biggest step-wells living in the world. Chand Baoli Step Well had the advanced water harvesting of its times, and comprised decorative 3,500 steps built in criss-cross fashion.
Now continue your forward road drive to reach Jaipur sign check in register of your hotel. Two nights spent in Jaipur are going to be adventurous, fun and frolicsome for you. Your first evening in Jaipur are not only about the day’s ending, but in the life of a traveler, it would introduce you to life several surprising events. You will definitely like the sighting of Rajasthani Folk Dances with delectable Complementary Dinner, as your tongue tastes the spices and curry.
Day : 3 Jaipur Tour
Relish in the taste of Rajasthani delicacies on the breakfast table, and the time is perfect for you to visit Hawa Mahal for a photoshoot. The five-floor airy palace is an example of royalty, Rajputana architectural magnificence and celebration. Its 953 Jharokas are irresistible to eyes, and will lend you the opportunity to snap a picture-perfect story. Here comes the adventure time, as you plan your availability for a majestic elephant ride to Amber Fort. The Fort stands tall seeing Maota Lake, which is the only reservoir of water supplying fresh water to it. Amber Fort is made out from red sandstone and marble. It upholds beautiful palaces and courtyards, which still look great for exemplary architecture.
With the sun touching its peak, you look ahead to visiting City Palace - which is yet another extraordinary sight for your expecting eyes. The palace is well maintained and several functions, and events related to spiritual significance seem to be of a common affair. Soon, you are driven to Jantar Mantar – the royal astronomical observatory, holding as many as 19 instruments made from stone and marble cut pieces. With already evening time; moments come by when you feel to be divine. Serving your oblation to prayers at Birla Mandir is nothing less than welcoming the divine feelings in you. The grand marble temple complex is on the foot of Moti Dungri Hill. The peace around Birla Mandir is worth spending every moment of your evening.
Day : 4 Jaipur - Delhi (5 Hrs Journey)
It is an opportune time to check out from your hotel and if you have the time, move towards the Jaipur airport for a continuing journey. Or else, take a road drive back to New Delhi. Our tour administrator would be obliged to drop you at the international lounge of the Indira Gandhi International Airport, or you may also suggest him your final dropping point, to which he will pleased to guide you.