Arrive at Delhi’s airport our driver will meet you outside the EXIT gate of arrival terminal, holding a placard of your name. Met upon arrival and transfer to your hotel. O/n in Hotel.
Morning proceed to visit Old Delhi with Red Fort, Raj Ghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, Afternoon: Scattered throughout modern New Delhi are many historic monuments such as the 12th century Qutab Minar (the World’s tallest free standing minaret & it has five distinct storeys with the height of 72.5 Meter), Humayuns’ Tomb is a forerunner of the Mughal style of architecture, and in contrast, visits the modern Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Drive past India Gate, the city’s World War I war memorial, the President’s residence, Parliament House and the Secretariat buildings, all designed by Lutyens.Overnight stay.
After breakfast leave for Agra. On arrival, check in at hotel.If there is one image that sums up India to the world, it is the Taj Mahal. This beautiful monument in Agra is an absolute must for every visitor.
After breakfast drive towards Jaipur by surface. Check in Hotel and rest of time relax at Hotel Jaipur is a city of history and tradition, dating back to its foundation in the 17th century by Sawai Jai Singh, from whom it erives its name. Overnight stay.
Morning: After a brief photography stop at the famed Hawa Mahal, or Palace of the Winds, drive out of town, to visit Amber Fort. Visitors can walk or go on elephant back up to the entrance of this romantic, traditional ajasthani Fort, setting the mood for a visit to the dramatic, hill-top fortress. Once inside the rugged walls,
There are beautiful miniatures depicting hunting and battle scenes, along with precious stones and mirrors embellishing the plasterwork walls. The Jag Mandir, or Hall of Victory contains the extraordinary Sheesh Mahal, where all four walls and the ceiling are completely covered with littering mirror pieces, creating a beautiful effect. Afternoon: The half-day city tour begins at the historic City Palace, a huge, sprawling complex, covering almost a seventh of the walled part of Jaipur. The palace is still home to the erstwhile royal family, who live in one section, while the rest has been converted into a museum. Highlights are the Armoury Museum, with its impressive collection of royal weapons, and the Hawa Mahal, or Palace of the Winds. This was constructed so that the royal ladies could watch processions, without being seen. Later, visit the Jantar Mantar, the largest stone observatory in the world. There are 17 large instruments, many of them still in working order.
Morning drive to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, you will be transferred to Delhi airport to connect your flight for onward destination.
Mr Ms. Archana M. Joshi
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