- Explore Delhi's top attractions on a full-day guided tour
- Take a sunrise walk around the Taj Mahal before the crowds
- Enjoy a Jeep or elephant ride to Jaipur's Amer Palace Fort
- Snap amazing photos from Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort
- See the palaces, temples, and gardens of lakeside Udaipur
|Day 1||Arrive in Delhi, Free Time||Delhi|
|Day 2||Delhi Sightseeing Tour||Delhi|
|Day 3||Transfer to Agra, Mughal Heritage Kachhpura Village Walk & High Tea||Agra|
|Day 4||Agra Sightseeing Tour: Taj Mahal & Agra Fort||Agra|
|Day 5||Transfer to Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri||Jaipur|
|Day 6||Jaipur Sightseeing Tour: Amer Palace Fort, Jantar Mantar & Hawa Mahal||Jaipur|
|Day 7||Visit the Galtaji Temple & Nahargarh Fort||Jaipur|
|Day 8||Transfer to Jodhpur, Explore||Jodhpur|
|Day 9||Jodhpur Sightseeing Tour: Mehrangarh Fort & Umaid Bhawan Palace||Jodhpur|
|Day 10||Transfer to Udaipur, Explore||Udaipur|
|Day 11||Udaipur Sightseeing Tour: Jagdish Temple & Bagore Ki Haveli||Udaipur|
|Day 12||Depart Delhi|
Day 1: Arrive in Delhi, Free TimeWelcome to India! Upon arrival in Delhi, meet your guide, who will help you with transfers and smooth hotel check-in. Once you've completed the formalities, you can spend the rest of the day at your leisure. Catch up on some rest after the long journey at your hotel or get out and explore India's bustling capital, full of fascinating attractions that showcase the rich history of its past and present. Either way, you'll see many highlights on tomorrow's guided tour.
Day 2: Delhi Sightseeing TourAfter a good night's rest and leisurely breakfast at your hotel, discover Delhi on a guided tour, taking you to iconic landmarks like the Red Fort, Raj Ghat, and Jama Masjid. Then, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Chandni Chowk market via a cycle rickshaw ride. Next, visit sacred sites such as the Lakshmi Narayan Temple and honor fallen heroes at the India Gate and National War Memorial. End the adventure by admiring the UNESCO-listed architecture at Humayun's Tomb, the Qutub Minar minaret, and the mysterious Iron Pillar.
Day 3: Transfer to Agra, Mughal Heritage Kachhpura Village Walk & High Tea
Check out of your hotel in Delhi and transfer to Agra this morning. Settle into your hotel, then head out in the late afternoon to discover the rich Mughal history of Kachhpura village. The Mughal Empire controlled large parts of South Asia between the 16th and 19th centuries, and today you'll see some of its architectural heritage. Begin on a bridle path near Mehtab Bagh. As you explore the ancient village, admire its Sanji (wall paintings) and visit Humayun's Mosque and the local school. Conclude your adventure with a sunset view of the Taj Mahal, then savor a pleasant high tea in the early evening.
Day 4: Agra Sightseeing Tour: Taj Mahal & Agra Fort
Day 5: Transfer to Jaipur via Fatehpur SikriEmbark on a journey to Jaipur this morning, stopping en route to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Fatehpur Sikri, a 16th-century red sandstone city founded by the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Continue to the vibrant "Pink City" of Jaipur, where you can check into your hotel and enjoy leisure time. As part of India's famous Golden Triangle, Jaipur offers a unique blend of old and new sit, showcasing its rich Rajput history and bustling modern energy.
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Day 6: Jaipur Sightseeing Tour: Amer Palace Fort, Jantar Mantar & Hawa Mahal
Day 7: Visit the Galtaji Temple & Nahargarh FortToday you'll make a spiritual journey to Galtaji Temple, an ancient Hindu pilgrimage site nestled in the Aravalli Hills just outside Jaipur. Begin by exploring its numerous shrines, sacred kunds (pools), and pavilions before marveling at the natural springs that flow through the hilly terrain. Surrounded by a breathtaking gorge, this majestic temple attracts tourists and pilgrims alike with its serene and picturesque atmosphere.
Next, discover the majestic Nahargarh Fort, an architectural gem built during the Rajput reign. Begin by exploring the fort's rich history. This structure was originally known as the Sudarshangarh Fort before getting its current name, which means "abode of tigers." As you wander through the fortified walls connecting to the nearby Jaigarh Fort, marvel at the panoramic views of the surrounding hills.