Day : 1 Arrive Delhi
The airplane touches tarmac at the International Airport in Delhi, and you are guided to the international lounge. With garland of fresh flowers, our tour administrator is ready to offer a welcome. Soon you are transferred to the designated hotel to continue a heart-rending two days trip of Delhi.
Day : 2 Delhi Tour
Breakfast is a must for you to make a whopping difference to your Delhi city tour. The first halt is Jama Masjid, also referred to as Masjid-i Jahannuma. The largest mosques in the world plus a terrific sandstone architecture, visiting Jama Masjid is going to serve unique historical memorabilia in all your future times. The hall of prayer of Jama Masjid has inscriptions written in Persian calligraphy. The mosque has capacity to accommodate 25, 000 devotees. Next, hire e Rickshaw to travel down to Chandni Chowk. This happening and old Mughal styled supermarkets are quite popular for small sized markets for dry fruits, artificial and silver designer jewelry, typical ancient Mughal Jewelry, Meena Bazaar, besides the age-old food delicacies. Travel on a hired e Rickshaw to Red Fort to shoot an exciting photo feature. The red sandstone Fort was once a heart-throb and nerve centre of political and social activities in Mughal period. The creative par excellence of Mughal architecture exudes to point of acme as travelers eulogize the Red Fort compound. Afterwards, your halt is Rajghat – the final resting place of Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. This memorial exhibits a peaceful environment, representing the non-violent nature of the great Mahatma.
An excursion tour around the city will give you the glimpse of vivid lifestyle. Later during the afternoon, your cab is halted at Humayun’s Tomb – a mausoleum of great Mughal Emperor Humayun in Persian style. The tomb is personal favourite of the former US President Barack Obama, as he spent few hours here with his family on his visit to New Delhi. The successive stop is India Gate, the arched memorial built in remembrance of brave soldiers of India, who laid down their lives fighting on the side of the Britishers. A torch continues to burn day and night, which marks tribute to the patriotic souls.
Further moving ahead, you pass the Indian Parliament – planned and premeditated by Edwin Lutyens as well as Herbert Baker. Central Hall is where major political activities are presided over by the speaker. Presidential Palace is your halt point, and it is the home to head of the state – the president of India. Later you stop at Qutub Minar – the world’s tallest Minaret, whose construction began under the regime of Qutb ud Din Aibak. The tallest minaret is popular for its tapering towers and 379 stepped stairs spiralling in a peculiar fashion.
Reach straight to the hotel in the evening. Recluse in your cosy bed thereafter.
Day : 3 Delhi - Agra (3 ½ Hrs Journey)
Get yourself prepared for an early breakfast, pack your bag, and you are driven down along the Yamuna Expressway.
Arriving at the Itmad-ud-daulah- the laying down place of Mirza Ghiyas Beg, who was acknowledged as principal architect and known for making several decisive roles in Mughal Empire. Afterwards, you are driven to your hotel, where you have the pleasure of relaxing for a while. Now plan for a trip to Agra Fort – a stronghold of Mughal Empire, built in a semi-circular fashion runs along the path of holy Yamuna. The fort has four robust rampant made from red sandstone. The time has already passed and evening is fast approaching, which obviously is the moment to be at Taj Mahal. Evenings are spectacularly idyllic to watch momentous Taj Mahal against the backdrop of sun set.
Day : 4 Agra - Jaipur (5 Hrs Journey)
Have a light breakfast and you take a road trip to Jaipur, via Fatehpur Sikri and Abhaneri Step-well.
Fatepur Sikri is the magnificent Mughal city made out of red sandstone and white marble. It also houses the tomb of popular sufi saint – Salim Chishti.
Abhaneri Step-well is an ancient and huge water harvesting system designed with the purpose of protecting rain water for drinking. It is also among very few surviving step-wells in the world.
Evening, have complementary dinner served in traditional way, while your imagination is imbued in Rajasthani folk culture.
Day : 5 Jaipur Tour
The morning knock on your room’s door is a profound signal that your breakfast is ready to be served. Post breakfast, ready yourself for Amber Fort. As you reach the foothill of Mountains, wait a bit to get elephant ride up the hill, straight to Amber Fort. This uphill drive is quite an adventurous one, which will stay in your mind after you have left Jaipur.
Your watch is striking afternoon, and time is to drive to City Palace, the palace of royalty, extravaganza and momentum. It also has enamoured marble courtyards and well kempt museum. Take a brief stop at Jantar Mantar, the stone built astronomical observatory system, which could make precision-based positions of celestial bodies. Next stop comes at Hawa Mahal, the palace constructed from red sandstone and having state of the art cross ventilation system. The palace was also known for holding the royal females -queens, princess etc. to look at the street celebrations from a distance, without intermingling with the denizens and the anyone else.
You have entire evening time in your hand for city strolling and leisure. A leisure walk of the city is a fabulous treat.
Day : 6 Jaipur / Delhi (Departure)
Taste the Rajasthan’s breakfast and afterwards, sign out from your hotel and later you take the road drive to the Delhi. Here you catch flight to your home country. Memories of the trip will rest inside and you will be excited to make a visit again.