Agra Jaipur Varanasi Tour

  • Agra Jaipur Varanasi Tour

  • Delhi (1) - Jaipur (2) - Agra (1) - Delhi / Varanasi (2) - Delhi
  • 6 Nights / 7 Days
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Our Delhi Agra Jaipur Varanasi Tour Packages takes you to cities of Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and Varanasi. One of North India's leading Tours starting from Delhi a city that has the perfect blend of historical monuments and buildings with modern architecture spread across the city. You can indulge in shopping at various shopping hubs in the city and enjoy the exquisite dining experiences as well. Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Chandni Chowk Bazaar, Akbar tomb and Mehtab Bagh are some of the top places to visit in Agra. Taj Mahal and Agra Fort are some of the finest examples of Mughal architecture. In Jaipur, you can witness the Rajput culture through the beautiful monuments, local traditions and cultures, mouth-watering delicacies of the local cuisine and the folk songs and dances.

Visiting Varanasi lets you experience one of the oldest cultures in the world. The 4000-year old city, regarded as one of the oldest cities in the world, is a cultural and religious hub in India. The city has more than 2000 temples dotted along the banks of river Ganga.

Tour Itinerary

Day : 1   Arrive Delhi

Meet with your tour manager as you arrive Delhi, tour manager will take you to your hotel we booked for you.

Day : 2   Delhi - Jaipur

Morning, enjoy New Delhi Tour starting with War Memorial India Gate centrally located and then move along the Governmental Edifices and get down to have nice pictures along the Parliament and President House. After that you visit Humayun’s Tomb and may also drive along the Diplomatic area’s to visit Qutab Minar built in 13th Century.

Late afternoon, you leave towards to Jaipur through NH – 8 (National Highway number – 8) along the beautiful landscape. Upon arrival check and stay for 02 nights in Jaipur.   

Day : 3   Jaipur

After breakfast, get ready to enjoy visiting Pink City starting with a photo stop at Hawa Mahal and for a short excursion of Amber fort where you might wait in queue to get your own elephant upto Elephant stand at Amber fort and start exploring the various parts of this magnificent Hill Fort built-in the 16th Century

You board your car from parking area and get down to continue visiting the other attractions of capital city Jaipur, including The Observatory still in working condition and  the adjoining City Palace and it’s various museums followed by your Dinner we serve you at no cost with Rajasthani Folk-lore

Day : 4   Jaipur - Agra

After breakfast, get your luggage check out and leave for Agra the city where you see your dream in front of you with your open eyes

As you cross around 90 kms from Jaipur, you may love to visit Abhaneri’s ancient step-well and may also interested to walk a bit (50 meters) to visit proximate Harshat Mata Temple before you continue your ride to Agra and stay here for a night.

Meet your own private guide with folding hands saying Namaste and will take you through the detailed history behind Taj Mahal and the neighbouring Agra fort built by Mughals.

Day : 5   Agra - Delhi / Varanasi (by flight)

Check out and leave through Yamuna Expressway to Delhi Airport through the striking farming landscape.

Arrive Delhi and fly with any airlines (Indigo Air | Indian airlines) to Varanasi where again you meet with our local executive saying Namaste and will take you the centralized hotel we booked for your stay in Varanasi.

A magical spiritual experience, a town steeped in rich history, and a treat for archeology fans, Varanasi is all this and a lot more. Considered to be the holiest city for the people of the Hindu faith, Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world, a fact further proved by recent excavations where artifacts dating back to 1800 BC were found across the city. Thanks to the multitude of monuments, temples and archeological marvels, this city is a major religious and cultural hub in South-East Asia. Locals believe that the three most powerful Hindu Gods built the city, namely Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The spirituality is not restricted to the Hindu faith either, as it is believed that Gautam Buddha imparted his first teaching in this city, this giving birth to Buddhism. At the last count, the city has over 2000 temples laced throughout, some having recently been discovered underneath some houses and buildings. Here, we take a look at some of the places that you should surely visit when visiting Varanasi.

Day : 6   Varanasi

Early morning boat ride on the Holy River Ganges One of the most popular attractions in Varanasi is the early morning boat ride along the holy river Ganges. The pleasant climate, peaceful surroundings and the numerous beautiful temples along the ghats make for a truly soulful experience.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple Vishwanath Temple, or Kashi Vishwanath Temple, is considered to be the holiest of all the 12 Jyotirlingas (holiest temples of Shiva) in the country. Having been attacked, destroyed and rebuilt many times, this temple has stood the test of time ever since the last construction, in the year 1780. 

Bharat Mata Temple This temple is a unique one, standing among the other temples dedicated to Gods of the Hindu faith. The Bharat Mata temple is dedicated to the motherland India. There is a marble carved map in the temple, without state lines, depicting India is one united entity. 

Tulsi Manas Temple -Tulsi Manas temple is holds a lot of cultural and religious significance in the Hindu faith. Goswami Thulsidas, the renowned Hindu-poet and philosopher, wrote the ‘Ramacharitramanas’ right here. The epic, considered one of the best works of Hindi literature, tells the stories one of the most important Hindu Gods, Lord Rama. 

Banaras Hindu University - one of the oldest universities in the world, the Banaras Hindu University offers a glimpse into the efforts that were made to make sure that students get the highest form of education even under the colonial British rule. Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya commissioned the university in 1911 and today it stands as the largest residential university in Asia, housing more than 30,000 students.

Sarnath adding to the spiritual experience, Sarnath is a very important place for the people of Buddhism faith. This site is considered to be the birth place of Buddhism, as it is in these grounds that Gautam Buddha imparted his first teachings on ‘Dharma’. Remains of the original Ashok Chakra, old monasteries and temples can still be found in the complex.

Monkey Temple Dura Kund Temple is popularly known as the Monkey Temple due to the large number of monkeys inhabiting the complex. The popular belief is that the idol of Goddess Durga in the temple appeared on its own and then the temple was built around it.

Evening Aarti One of the most beautiful experiences one can have in Varanasi is the evening aarti that takes place at the Dashashwamedh Ghat. The awe-inspiring chanting and worship of the river Ganga make for a truly transcendent experience.

Day : 7   Varanasi - Delhi

Today, you fly back to Delhi at an appropriate time for connecting Airline to back home.

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