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Day 1 : Place of Origin - Delhi
Arrival in India and Welcome from Our Team. Night At the Hotel.
Day 2 : Delhi - Haridwar (210kms 6 hours)
We Left Delhi Towards the Ganges. The Sacred River that Crosses the North of India Has a Place in Haridwar
especially Attractive. Every Day, Thousands of Pilgrims Visit this City of Uttarkhand to Bathe in the Still Clean Waters
of the River that Leaves the Himalayas in this Place. The Aarti At Sunset in Har Ki Pauri is the Perfect Welcome to A
trip that Will Take Us from the Himalayas to the Desert. Night in Hotel.
Day 3 : Haridwar - Rishikesh - Haridwar (25 kms.)
We Will Dedicate the Day to Know Rishikesh, An Enclave At a Scarce Hour of Haridwar, Known as the City of The
divine. Here the Santones Retired When They Decided to Start a Life of Poverty and Meditation. The Loyals They Came
to Learn from These Masters and that is How One of the Most Important Enclaves of Yoga Was Created, Meditation
and Hindu Knowledge. The Nuclei of Laxman Jhula and Ram Jhula are Articulated Around Two Large Hanging Bridges
over the Ganges and It is Not Strange to See Believers Performing Their Ritual Baths. Those Who Wish Will have The
opportunity to Bathe in Its Waters. The Aarti At Sunset At School Brahmanica of Parmath Ashram Will Allow Us To
attend Again a Ceremony with Religious Songs, But Closer Than in Haridwar. Night in Hotel.
Day 4 : Haridwar - Chandigarh (200kms, 5 hours)
We will leave Haridwar towards the state of Punjab, the land of the Sikhs. The capital, Chandigarh, is an example
of the modernizing desires of independent India. Nehru commissioned Le Corbusier to design a city that was
capital of Punjab and Haryana and demonstrated the desire of the young Republic to bet on the development and
rationality. Chandigarh is a strange experiment with its rationalist urbanism, its zones landscaped and concrete
architecture, although the locals say it is a great place to live. It is worth a visit to the Rock Garden and the Rose
Garden. Night in hotel.
Day 5 : Chandigarh - Amritsar (230kms 4-5 hours)
The road to Amritsar takes us into a world of intensive cultivation and communities predominantly Sikhs This
religion that was born in Punjab and still has the most faithful in the state, has its sacred place in the city of
Amritsar. Nowadays, the Sikh communities are distributed all over the world and their turbans and long beards
characterize them. Arriving in Amritsar, we can not miss the visit to the Golden Temple at to become night. The
ritual songs never stop in the temple precinct where every day thousands of visitors they confer a unique
character. Night in hotel.
* At night, the sacred book or Guru Granth Sahib leaves the Golden Temple in a multitudinous procession.
Attending this moment allows to share the fervor of the Sikhs towards the book, which is considered the last
teacher of religion. You have to check the schedule, since changes periodically, according to the opening hours of
Day 6 : Amritsar
We will have the full day to get in touch with this city thrilling. The visit to the Golden Temple by day is mandatory
and we will allow to enter the heart of Amritsar, the Harmandir Sahib. You have to do a little tail, very well
organized The typical offering is a sweet semolina and syrup that is then returned to the faithful at the exit of the
temple. The head must be covered throughout the journey. Next to the Golden Temple is located Jallianwala Bagh,
a garden where a massacre of Indians by the English troops took place. Is a place of martyrdom and therefore
respect for visitors is demanded. In the afternoon we will be able to approach the only open border between India
and Pakistan, Wagah Border, where every evening there is a change of guard very theatrical that dramatizes the
malice and bravery of both armies. Night in hotel.
Day 7 : Amritsar - Bikaner (500 km 8-10 hours)
This day of travel takes us into the Thar desert. We will leave the green fields full of canals and great rivers of
Punjab and we will replace it with camels, dusty landscapes and picturesque scenes of women with large anklets
walking the flock. It is the welcome to Rajasthan, the state of kings, which keeps all its attractiveness and
picturesqueness despite being one of the most visited places in the country. Our award to sunset will be the arrival
in Bikaner the city that watched the desert and received the caravans, accustomed hospitality. Night in hotel.
Day 8 : Bikaner
Bikaner is our first stop in the desert. We will have the morning to visit the Junagarh Fort, a splendid example of
palatial architecture. In addition, Bikaner is famous for its Jain temples multicolored we will visit in a rickshaw ride
through the ancient city. The city is also famous for their schools of miniatures that can visit those who wish it. 28
km from Bikaner is the Temple of Karni Mata in Deshnoke, known for worshiping rats, reincarnations of
descendants of the mysticism of the fourteenth century Karni Mata. Night in hotel.
* Recommendations: Bikaner does not have recommended restaurants, so the best places to eat and
dine are the restaurants of the hotels.
Day 9 : Bikaner - Jaisalmer (330kms 5 hours)
In the morning we will go to Jaisalmer, one of the most extraordinary cities in India, known as the Golden City. We
will arrive after lunch, perfect time to visit the relaxed Gadi Sagar, the lake that provided water to the city. At dusk,
we can not miss the sunset from Vyas Chhatri, the royal cenotaphs that recall the place of cremation of the kings
and princes of Jaisalmer. Night in hotel.
Day 10 : Jaisalmer
The Fortress City of Jaisalmer stands on top of a gentle hill overlooking the desert. Described as a jewel by the
merchants of the caravans, it hides havelis with rich decorations and palaces with intricados reliefs that have been
declared World Heritage by UNESCO. We can visit the Fort, the Puerta del Sun, the Megh Durbar and its
magnificent Jain temples. Outside the walls, another great attraction of Jaisalmer They are the havelis or palaces of
the merchants. The most significant are those of Patwon, Salim Singh and Nathmal.
Khuri: In the afternoon we will go to the dunes of Khuri to see a sunset, but this time on the dunes of desert sand.
It is a small area of large dunes in the Thar desert. It is a quiet population located in the desert border with
Pakistan, about 40 kms away. There you will take a walk to camel backs from the small town to its dunes.
Night in Jaisalmer.
* Recommendation: If you like the spicy try the Gatta Curry the most famous dish of Jaisalmer
Day 11 : Jaisalmer - Jodhpur (285 km 5-6 hours)
After breakfast, we will leave for Jodhpur known as the Blue City, named for the privilege granted to the
brahmins to paint their houses in this color. We will visit the Fort Mehranghar: fortress, which still belongs to the
Maharaja of Jodhpur and is embedded in a rock-mountain 125 m high that dominates the city with a form simply
amazing. Night in Jodhpur.
* With the entrance are included the headphones in Spanish that explain the history of the fort and the city.
* Recommendation: The best Lassi in India are prepared in Jodhpur. It's a yogurt drink with cardamom, cinnamon,
sugar and saffron. It is located in the Market of the Clock Tower
Day 12 : Jodhpur - Jaipur (330 km 6 hours)
The journey between Jodhpur and Jaipur is a long road, but in good condition. In the end, the capital of Rajasthan,
a city with an unparalleled cultural offer. Among the options that it offers us is Visit a genuine Bollywood cinema.
The Raj Mandir is considered the largest capacity room in India and You can still breathe the atmosphere of the
cinemas of yesteryear. For those who do not like Indian cinema, they will find Jaipur from folkloric dinners to
approach the music and dances of this region to luxurious bars of glasses Night at the hotel.
Day 13 : Jaipur
Day to visit the Pink City, capital of Rajasthan. The pink walls of its old city harbor 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 observed the tasks of the bazaar. We will visit also the Amber Fort that can be climbed on the
back of an elephant, by jeep or on foot. The old capital from the kingdom of Jaipur with its intricate works of
marble, inlays and frescoes perfectly recreates the way of life of the Rajasthani monarchies. Back to 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 lean with colorful turbans, carts pulled by camels and dazzling merchandise. Night at the hotel
Day 14 : 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
Akbar was built as a new capital for the Mogul Empire. A few years after the transfer of the court, was abandoned
due to problems with the water supply. Its ruins, in perfect condition of conservation, they are like an architectural
skeleton of the brightest period of Muslim India. Lunch en route and arrival in Agra, where we can visit. In the
afternoon we can visit the Taj Mahal, work Highlight of Mughal architecture, built between 1631 and 1648 by
Emperor Shah Jahan for 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 15 : Agra - Delhi - Airport Transfer (200kms - 5 Hours)
In the Morning, Visit the Fort of Agra, with Its Impressive Marble Pavilions and Its Red Walls. We Will also have The
opportunity to Take a Walk Through the Market of the Old City and Visit the Great Mosque. Lunch in Agra And
departure to Delhi, Where We Will Arrive in the Middle of the Afternoon. We Can Take Advantage to Do Some Visit As
the Lotus Temple or Direct Us to One of Its Most Vibrant Neighborhoods like Hauz Khas Village, Center of Designers,
artists, Musicians and Bohemians. Night in Hotel.
Day 16 : Delhi - Spain
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|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||INR 9999 /Adult ( With Tax )|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
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