Day : 1 Travel to Delhi and Check-in
When you fly into Delhi's international airport, a representative from Grand Tours India will be there to meet you and help you make your way to your hotel. DELHI, formerly the seat of several dynasties and empires, is today a huge metropolis that offers a fascinating fusion of the ancient and modern. It serves as an excellent primer on a region's complex heritage. A glimpse into India's vibrant mosaic. We're staying in a hotel for dinner and the night.
Day : 2 Delhi
Enjoy a half-day tour of Old and New Delhi after a filling breakfast. See the President's House, the Humaun Tomb, India Gate, the Qutub Minar, and the Red Fort. It's time to get some rest, so it's time to get back to the hotel.
Day : 3 Delhi - Agra (By Road 221 km/05 hrs)
Have a full breakfast at the hotel, and then head to Agra by car. Grand Tours India Representatives will be waiting to help you with your transfer to the hotel in Agra. Get going on your Taj sightseeing trip right away! Have fun on your electric van trip to the Taj Mahal.
TAJ MAHAL : The Taj Mahal requires little introduction as it is the primary attraction for any trip to Agra. The Taj Mahal was constructed by Shah Jahan in honor of his beloved wife, the stunning Mumtaz Mahal, using only white marble. The Persian architect Ustad Isa spent 22 years designing and planning this monument. The Taj is famous for many things, but its exquisite domes, delicately carved screens, and some of the greatest inlay work in the world are what set it apart from other buildings.
Visit the AGRA FORT next on your itinerary :The red sandstone fort was constructed by the well-known Mughal emperor Akbar in the year 1565. The stunning Pearl Mosque, a popular tourist destination, can be found within. Empress NOOR JEHAN commissioned the construction of a tomb for her father, Itmadullah, whose interiors are regarded as being superior to those of the Taj Mahal. Take it easy for the night. The group will eat in Agra and remain there for the night.
Day : 4 Agra-Jaipur (221 km/05 hours)
Eat a filling breakfast and then set out for Jaipur, also known as the "Pink City." Grand Tours India Representatives will be waiting to help you with your transfer to the hotel as you land in Jaipur. The state capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur. The city's nickname comes from the fact that many of the buildings in the historic district are pink. Visit the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds), Jantar Mantar (the largest and best preserved of Sawai Jai Singh's five observatories), splendid Jaigarh Fort (with its impressive Jal Mahal), and the splendid Jaigarh Fort (with its equally impressive Palace of the Winds). It is nighttime and you should go back to your hotel.
Day : 5 Jaipur
The trip to Amber Palace should begin with a full breakfast. Experience Elephant to the Fullest Rappel up to the stronghold. Keep on seeing the city's sites. Spend the evening shopping or unwinding. We will check into our hotel in Jaipur for dinner and the night.
Day : 6 Jaipur-Jodhpur (280 km/06 hours)
Drive to Jodhpur after a hearty breakfast. Grand Tours India representatives will assist with hotel transfers in Jodhpur. Jodhpur, a magnificent city in the THAR Desert, is full of legends of the ancient ages. Rao Jodha, leader of the RATHORE Rajput tribe, constructed it in 1459 AD as the capital of Marwar. He claimed descent from Rama, the legendary hero of the RAMAYANA. The 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort towers 125 meters above the lowlands on a stony slope. A 10-km wall with 8 gates and many bastions surrounds the city.
Visit Mehrangarh Fort (1459 AD) by Rao Jodha, the descendants of Lord Rama, in the afternoon. This castle has small murals and a cradle. Jaswant Thada Memorial follows. Return to the hotel after touring. Jodhpur Hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day : 7 Jodhpur-Udaipur (250km/05 hours)
Drive to Udaipur after a hearty breakfast. Visit Ranakpur en route. The tour includes the 15th-century Jain Temple. 200 unique pillars support its 29 halls. The Temple has elaborate friezes and sculptures. Visits two additional Jain temples and the Temple of the Sun God with its sensual sculptures. Reach Udaipur. Grand Tours India representatives will assist with hotel transfers in Udaipur.
Udaipur, the city of dawn, is surrounded by the Aravallis and the blue lake. Udaipur, a romantic white city, inspires poets, artists, and novelists. Its fairy-tale buildings, lakes, temples, gardens, and small alleyways with stalls evoke chivalry and heroism. Their reflection in Lake Pichhola is captivating. Udaipur overnight.
Day : 8 Udaipur
After breakfast, visit Udaipur. City Palace visit. The Peacock Courtyard with its mirrored walls, ivory doors, tinted glass windows, and inlaid marble balconies are just waiting for you. Take an evening motor launch trip on Lake Pichola. Udaipur rises beautifully over the lake in the Rajasthan desert from the boat. Visit the Jag Mandir Palace, another lakeside island palace. Visit Jag Mandir Palace. Visit the 300-year-old Jagdish Temple and Rajput royal cenotaphs. Evening relaxation. Udaipur overnight.
Day : 9 Udaipur - Pushkar (250km/05hrs)
Pushkar after breakfast. Reach Ajmer. Ajmer, a lush oasis among bleak hills, has a fascinating history. In the 7th century AD, Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan constructed the city, which remained a Chauhan stronghold until 1193 AD, when Prithviraj Chauhan lost it to Mohammed Ghauri. Since then, several kings came and gone, leaving their culture and customs in Ajmer's history, blending Hinduism and Islam. Hindus and Muslims visit Ajmer today. Hindus and Muslims alike respect Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti's Dargah Sharif Tomb. Visit DARGAH. Relax in Pushkar by lunchtime. Grand Tours India representatives will help you reach the PUSHKAR PALACE. Dinner and sleep at Pushkar Palace.
Day : 10 Pushkar - Kishangrah - Delhi ( 352km/07 hrs)
Drive to Kishangarh after a big breakfast. Grand Tours India representatives will assist with hotel transfers in Kishangarh. Kishangarh Fort. The moat and garden around Kishangarh's fort are where "Phool Mahal" was erected in AD 1870 as the Maharaja's Palace of Flowers. The Kishangarh Royal Family's private house welcomes discriminating travelers. Herons and peacocks soar above "Gundalao Lake" from the Palace. Flamingoes, pelicans, wild ducks, and the SARUS CRANE love the lake under the elegant Palace. Lunch at PHOOL MAHAL PALACE. Reach Delhi by evening. Grand Tours India representatives will help you get to the international airport for your homebound flight from Delhi.
If you want to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience in India, the Colours of Rajasthan Tour is the way to go. Take a Complete Rajasthan Tour and learn all there is to know about the state's rich history and culture as well as the top sites to see while you're there.