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Follow the trip to the heart of India with this trip to Orchha and Kajuraho, Agra and Jaipur. A true discovery of northern India at its best, completed by the mythical Benares, a city linked to God like no other in India. Unforgettable.
Day 1 : Place of origin - Delhi
Arrival in India and welcome from our team. Night at the hotel.
Day 2 : Delhi
In the Morning We Will Visit India Gate and the Presidential Palace. We Will Approach the House - Gandhi Museum to Know Better the History of the Country. in the Afternoon We Will Enter the Alleys of Old Delhi with Their Themed Bazaars and Their Timeless Atmosphere Reminiscent of the Seventeenth Century City. in the Area, There is the Possibility to Visit the Jama Masjid and the Red Fort, Emblematic Monuments of the Indian Capital. By Night, if We Still have Energy, We Can have a Drink in Hauz Khas Village, One of the Enclaves of Designers, Artists and Bohemians of the Indian Capital. Night in Hotel.
Day 3 : Delhi - Mandawa (290kms 6-7hours)
In the Morning, We Will Go to the Semi-desert Area of shekhawati. We Will Dedicate the Full Day to Make a Circuit Through the Region, Famous for Its Painted Havelis and Its Forts. Shekhawati Was a Point Crucial to the Caravan Trade, that is Why Merchants Built Palaces and Havelis Profusely Decorated. Mandatory Stop is the Temple of Rani Sati in Jhunjhunu, the Largest Dedicated to the Ritual Suicide of the Wife On the Funeral Pyre of the Husband. We Will Continue with the Beautiful Havelis of Nawalgarh and / or Mandawa According to the Availability of Time. as We Enter this Region, We Will also Get in Touch with the Essence of Rural India. Night in Hotel.
Day 4 : Mandawa - Pushkar (300 km 6-7 hours)
The Path that Separates Jhunjhunu from Pushkar Allows Us to Explore the Culture of the Desert. Pushkar is Still a Important Cameleer Center. the Holy City of Pushkar Houses One of the Few Temples Dedicated to the God Creator Brahma. Doing a Pooja or Offering in the Waters of Your Lake Brings Visitors Good Luck. We Can Continue Walking Through Its Alleys Where Sadhus and Pilgrims Abound, as Well as Enjoy the Relaxed Environment of Sardar Bazar. At the End of the Day, a Sunset Behind the Ghats Will Offer Us An Unforgettable View from the Lake. Night At the Hotel.
Day 5 : Pushkar - Jaipur (150kms, 2-3 hours)
For Those Who have Been Left Wanting to Roam, We Will have Free Time in the Morning, Before Leaving to the State Capital: Jaipur. Arrival in Jaipur At Lunchtime. We Can Spend the Afternoon for a Walk Through the Bazaars and Get in Touch with the Vibrant Capital of Rajasthan. among the Options Offered By this City is Visiting a Genuine Bollywood Cinema. the Raj Mandir is Considered the Room with the Greatest Capacity of the India and You Can Still Breathe the Atmosphere of the Cinemas of Yesteryear. for Those Who Do Not like Indian Cinema, You Will Find in Jaipur from Folkloric Dinners to Approach the Music and Dances of this Region Until Luxurious Cocktail Bars. Night At the Hotel.
Day 6 : Jaipur
Day to Visit the Pink City, Capital of Rajasthan. the Walls Roses of Its Old City House Monuments of the Size of Jantar Mantar, the Largest Astronomical Observatory in the World, and the Delicate Palace of the Winds, from Where the Women of the Court They Observed the Tasks of the Bazaar. We Will also Visit the Fort Amber Can Be Climbed On the Back of An Elephant, By Jeep or On Foot. the Ancient Capital of the Kingdom of Jaipur with Its Intricate Works of Marble, Incrustations and Frescoes It Perfectly Recreates the Way of Life of the Rajasthani Monarchies. Back in Jaipur We Can Walk Through the City, Get Lost in the Bazaars, Live the Atmosphere of the Picturesque City, Full of Women with Big Silver Anklets, Men with Colorful Turbans, Carts Pulled By Camels and Dazzling Merchandise. Night At the Hotel.
Day 7 : Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra (235 km 5 hours)
Departure from Jaipur Towards Agra. Halfway, Stop At the Abandoned City of Fatehpur Sikri, the Complex of Palaces that Akbar Was Built as New Capital for the Mogul Empire. Few Years After the Transfer of the Court, It Was Abandoned Due to Problems with the Water Supply. Its Ruins, in Perfect State of Preservation, They are like An Architectural Skeleton of the Brightest Period of the Muslim India Lunch En Route and Arrival in Agra, Where We Can Visit. in the Afternoon We Can Visit the Taj Mahal, the Culminating Work of Mughal Architecture, Built Between 1631 and 1648 By the Emperor Shah Jahan to House the Grave of His Beloved Wife. Night At the Hotel. * Recommendation: Watch the Sunset from the Taj Mahal Gardens and with a Bit of Luck You Can Contemplate How the White Marble of the Taj is Changing Its Tone with the Sunset and the Arrival of the Darkness.
Day 8 : Agra - Gwalior - Orchha (240kms - 5 Hours)
In the Morning, Visit the Fort of Agra, with Its Impressive Marble Pavilions and Its Red Walls. It Will Be a New Occasion to Marvel At the Taj Mahal that Rises in the Distance On the Banks of the Yamuna. Then, We Will Leave Towards Gwalior, City with An Imposing Fort Where We Will Stop to Eat. We Will Continue Towards Orchha. this Small Village Was the Capital of the Bundela Dynasty from the 13th Century and the Heritage that is Concentrated On the Banks of the River Surprises Any Traveler. Tombs, Temples and Palaces are They Rise Almost Intact, While the Villagers Continue with Their Daily Tasks. a Perfect Enclave for Rest of the Trip and Mix with the Daily Life of Rural India. Night in Hotel.
* It is Worth the Sunset in Front of the Chattris On the Banks of the Betwa River.
Day 9 : Orchha - Khajuraho (200kms - 5 hours)
We Will Get Up to Visit the Fortaleza Palace Which is Located On An Island Within the Betwa River. in Spite of the Degradation, the Jahangir Mahal and the Rajmandir Show the Greatness of this Dynasty. You Can also Visit the Imposing Temples Built By the Kings. After the Visit, We Will Go to Khajuraho, the Enclave Where You Will Find Some of the Most Beautifully Decorated Temples of Northern India. Night in Hotel.
Day 10 : Khajuraho - Varanasi (Fly)
World Heritage Site, These Millenary Temples Rise Up in What is Now a Small Village. the Sets of Temples with High Quality Reliefs are Famous for Their Erotic Scenes Inspired By the Kama Sutra However, Khajuraho is Much More and Shows the Hindu Architecture that Disappeared from the North of the Country After Centuries of Muslim Rule. in the Afternoon We Will Take a Plane to Varanasi, Center Spiritual Par Excellence of Northern India and Where We Can Witness and Participate in the Rituals Goddess Ganga, from Whom the Sacred River Takes Its Name. Night in Hotel.
* the Aarti On the Banks of the Ganges is An Essential Ritual and in Varanasi It is Represented with Great Devotion and Pomp. Dasaswameth Ghat is the Best Place to Witness It, Although Many Ghats in the City have Its Own Ceremony and May Be More Intimate Than that of the Main Ghat.
Day 11 : Varanasi - Delhi (Train)
We Will Get Up Early to Enjoy a Boat Ride On the Ganges At Sunrise. Pilgrims and Local, Approach the River to Perform Their Ablutions or Personal Hygiene. Laundresses Hit the Clothes, While People of all Ages Immerse Themselves in Sacred Water. in Several Places, the Ghats of the Cremations Bustle with Activity. from the River, Life Seems a Movie in Which We Will Participate After the Breakfast. the Alleys of the Old City are Full of Temples and Altars, But When Really We Experience Varanasi On the Banks of the Ganges. if There is Time, We Can Approach the Population of Sarnath, Where Buddha Gave His First Sermon. the Place Just 14 Kilometers from Varanasi is a Center Buddhist Pilgrimage. in the Afternoon, We Will Take the Train to Immerse Ourselves in Another Essential Experience of the Trip to India: Its Trains. Night By Train if There is Time, We Will Be Able to Approach the Population of Sarnath, Where Buddha Gave His First Sermon. the Place to Scarce 14 Kilometers from Varanasi is a Buddhist Pilgrimage Center. in the Afternoon, We Will Take the Train to Immerse Ourselves in Another Essential Experience of the Trip to India: Its Trains. Night By Train
Day 12 : Delhi - Airport transfer
We Will Arrive in Delhi in the Morning. We Will have Some Free Time Before Heading to the Airport. Those Who Wish May Spend the Afternoon Visiting One of the Emblematic Monuments of the South of the City as the Qutb Minar, the Oldest Minaret Built in India or Visit the Archaeological Park D E Mehrauli, with Its Remains of Muslim Dynasties Mixed with Nature. Airport Transfer.
Day 13 : Delhi - Your Country
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