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Day 1 : Delhi
Arrive Delhi, Meet Assist At The Airport And Transfer To Hotel. Night Stay In Delhi.
Day 2 : Delhi
After A Leisurely Breakfast Proceed For Sightseeing Tour Of New Delhi Where Ornate Buildings Recall The Days When India Was The Jewel In The Crown Of The British Empire. Visit The 11Th Century Qutab Minar, India Gate And The Grand Government Buildings, The President'S House, Mahatama Gandhi Memorial. Also Visit Laxmi Narayan Temple Popularly Known As Birla Temple. Night Stay In Delhi.
Day 3 : Delhi - Agra
Early Morning Pick Up From Hotel & Transfer To Railway Station To Board The Super Fast Air Conditioned Train To Agra. Breakfast In The Train. Arrive Agra In Approx. 02 Hours & Transfer To Hotel. Later Visit The Magnificent Taj Mahal - One Of The Seven Wonders Of The World Surely The Most Extravagant Expression Of Love Ever Created. 20,000 Men Laboured For Over 17 Years To Build This Memorial To Shah Jahan'S Beloved Wife. Also Visit The Agra Fort - The Rusty And Majestic Red-Sandstone Fort Of Agra Stands On The Banks Of The River Yamuna And The Construction Was Started By Emperor Akbar In 1566. At The Diwan-I-Am (Hall Of Public Audience), A Colonnaded Hall Of Red-Sandstone With A Throne Alcove Of Inlaid Marble At The Back, The Emperor Heard Public Petitions. At The Diwan-I-Khas (Hall Of Private Audience) Where Marble Pavilions With Floral Inlays Lend An Ethereal Ambience, The Emperor Sat On His Gem-Studded Peacock Throne And Met Foreign Ambassadors And Rulers Of Friendly Kingdoms. Evening At Leisure. Night Stay In Agra.
Day 4 : Agra - Jaipur
After Breakfast Drive To Jaipur Enroute Visiting Fatehpur Sikri- A Perfectly Preserved Red Sandstone? Ghost Town? Which Was The Estranged Capital Of Mughal Emperor Akbar, Built In 1569 And Deserted When Its Water Supply Failed. Arrive Jaipur & Transfer To Hotel. Night Stay In Jaipur.
Day 5 : Jaipur
Morning Tour Of The Impressive Amber Fort, Situated On A Ridge Just Outside Jaipur City. At The Foot Of The Hill You Will Mount Your Caparisoned Elephant For The Climb To The Main Gate. The Fort, Completed In The Early 18Th Century, Took Over 100 Years To Build And Now, Although Deserted, Offers A Fascinating Insight Into The Lifestyle Of The Moghul Ruling Families. Afternoon Tour Of The Pink City Will Include City Palace, Still Home To The Maharaja Although Several Of The Rooms Are Now Open To The Public. Many Antiques And Artifacts Belonging To The Ruling Family Are Housed Here. Also Visit The Hawa Mahal "Palace Of The Winds", And The Open-Air Jantar Mantar Observatory To See The Vast Astronomical Instruments. Enjoy A Stroll Through The Colorful Bazaar Before Returning To Your Hotel. Night Stay In Jaipur.
Day 6 : Jaipur - Samode - Jaipur
After Breakfast At Hotel, Proceed For Day Return Trip To Samode. Samode Is Situated In The Royal Indian State Of Rajasthan Around 42 Km From Jaipur, The Capital City. Located On Way To Shekhawati, This Small Village Is Famous For Its Haveli And Fort. The Samode Palace Now A Heritage Hotel Is Built In The Pattern Of An Open Courtyard With Rooms Leading Of The Arched Corridor That Runs Along All The Four Sides Of The Building Lunch At Samode Palace Or Samode Bagh (Optional). After Lunch Drive Back To Jaipur On Arrival Transfer To Hotel. Overnight Stay At Hotel In Jaipur.
Day 7 : Jaipur - Ranthmbhore ( By Surface 180 kms/ Approx 4 hrs)
Morning Drive To Ranthambore- Famous For The Wildlife Sanctuary Which Is Said To Have The India'S Friendliest Tigers And Also Considered To Be The Best Place In The World To Photograph The Tiger In Its Natural Habitat. Arrive Ranthambore & Transfer To Hotel. Afternoon 3 Hrs Jungle Safari In A Canter (A Vehicle Which Is Open On The Top) Enjoy The Game Viewing In The National Park. Night Stay In Ranthambore.
Day 8 : Ranthambore
Early morning 3 hrs Jungle safari in a Canter (a vehicle which is open on the top) enjoy the game viewing in the national park and back to the hotel. After lunch second visit to jungle and enjoy the game viewing again. Night stay in Ranthambore.
Day 9 : Ranthambore - Bundi ( By Surface 190 kms/ Approx 5 hrs)
Early Morning Jungle Safari In National Park. Later Drive To Bundi & Transfer To Hotel. Afternoon Visit The Local Market In Bundi, Rajasthan Bundi Is A Charming Little Historic Rajasthani Town Having Everything - Impressive Fort, Beautiful Palaces And Exotic Colorful Bazaars - Minus All The Tourist Hype. Bundi Is Still A Virgin Tourist Spot. The Town Still Seems Living In Medieval Ages And Nothing Seems To Have Changed In The Past Many Years. The Impressive Palace Houses "Chittrashala", The Collection Of Famous Bundi Murals. It Is An Open Courtyard With Gallery Around A Garden Of Fountains, Has Splendid Miniatures Depicting Scenes From The Radha-Krishna Story. Right On Top Of The Hill Is Majestic Taragarh Fort, The Interesting Fort Is Worth Exploring For Hours. Bundi Is Most Famous For Its Baoris (Stepwells) As There Are Many Impressive Ones Such As The Raniji Ki Baori. There Are Many Tanks And Lakes In And Around Bundi That Are Worth A Visit. The Town'S Medieval Looking Bazaars Offer Enormous Photography Opportunities. The 84-Pillared Cenotaph Is Also Worth A Look And So Is The Beautiful Countryside Around The Town. The Best Feature About Bundi Is That It Is Still Not A Popular Tourist Attraction Hence Any Official Ways Of Sightseeing. The Ideal Way Is To Explore The Attractions On Your Own With No Chance Of Being Hassled!, Overnight At Hotel.
Day 10 : Bundi - Chittaurgarh ( By Surface 148 kms/ Approx 4 hrs)
Morning After Breakfast Drive To Chittaurgarh. The Road Towards Chittaurgarh Is A Complete Stretch Of Unexplored Land Untouched Countryside, Which Promises Many Surprises Like Rural Bazaars And Fairs On The Way. On The Route Is Bijoliyan, Which Once Had 100 Temples Of Which Three Ancient Temples Are Still Surviving. 16 Kilometers Shorter Is Menal Having Shiva Temples Dating Back To The Gupta Period. An Impressive Waterfall Flows Near The Temples During The Monsoons. Arrive And Check In Your Hotel, Later Proceed For Sightseeing Of Chittaurgarh Fort - Believed To Have Been Constructed By The Mori Rulers In The 7Th Century, This Fort Is Located On A 180M High Hill, Covering 700 Acres. "Tablets" And "Chattris" Lie Between Several Monumental Gates. Visit Padmini Palace - The Palace Of The Legendary Queen Of Mewar. Overnight At Hotel.
Day 11 : Chittaurgarh - Dungarpur ( By Surface 200 kms/ Approx 5 hrs)
Morning After Breakfast Drive To Dungarpur, A Small Town Nestling In The Aravalli Hills, The Region Is More Or Less Untouched Of Modern Civilization And There Is Not Much Of Urban Landscape. There Are A Few Places In This Region, Which Are Reasonably Equipped To Enable The Tourists To Appreciate The Area'S Beauty. There Is A Charming 18Th Century Palace By The Picturesque Gaib Sagar Lake Known As Udai Bilas Palace, Part Of Which Is An Idyllic Hotel. On Arrival Check You Hotel, Rest Of The Time At Leisure. Overnight Stay At Hotel In Dungarpur.
Day 12 : Dungarpur
Morning Start The Sightseeing Visit The Juna Mahal, Old Palace To See The Colour Ful And Vibrant Frescoes, Exquisite Miniature Paintings, Glass And Mirror Inlay Work And Explore The Near By Villages. Later In The Evening Proceed To The Top Of The Hill To Watch The Sun Set Over The Hills. Overnight At Hotel.
Day 13 : Dungarpur - Udaipur ( By Surface 120 kms/ Approx 3 hrs)
Morning Drive Towards Udaipur And Visit Molela Village For Its Fine Terracotta Craft Then Transfer To Hotel. Later Start The Sightseeing Tour Of Udaipur City This City Is Built In 1559 A.D. By Maharaja Udai Singh And Has Been Described As The Most Romantic Spot On The Continent Of India By Col. James Todd. Visit The City Palace Museum, The City Palace, One Of The Largest Palaces In The World, Can Be Approached Through The Bari Pol Or The Great Gate (1600) With The Royal Drums And Then Onto The Tripolia Gate (1725). The Tripolia Is A Triple Gate Made Of Marble Arches. Between These Two Gates Are Eight Carved Toranas Or Archways Under Which The Maharanas Were Weighed Against Gold And Silver Which Was Later Distributed To The Poor Subjects. Popular Entertainment Like Elephant Fights Took Place In The Court Beyond The Tripolia Gate. Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir ( Folk Art Museum) The Interesting Collection Exhibited By This Indian Folk Arts Museum Includes Folk Dresses, Ornaments, Puppets, Masks, Dolls, Folk Musical Instruments, Folk Deities And Paintings. Also Visit The Pratap Memorial (Historic Site That Is Dedicated To The Gallant Maharana Pratap). A Stop The Moti Magri Or Pearl Hill, Overlooking The Fateh Sagar Lake Is The Memorial Of The Rajput Hero Maharana Pratap With A Bronze Statue Of The Maharana Astride His Favorite Horse "Chetak". Night Stay In Udaipur.
Day 14 : Udaipur - Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur
Morning drive to Kumbhalgarh which is located 64 kms north of Udaipur in the wilderness, Kumbhalgarh is the second most important citadel after Chittorgarh in the Mewar region. Cradled in the Aravali Ranges the fort was built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha. Because of its inaccessibility and hostile topography the fort had remained un-conquered. It also served the rulers of Mewar as a refuge in times of strife. The fort also served as refuge to the baby king Udai of Mewar. It is also of sentimental significance as it is the birthplace of Mewar's legendary King Maharana Partap. The fort is self-contained and has within its amalgam almost everything to withstand a long siege.
Day 15 : Udaipur - Delhi / Mumbai - Departure
Morning transfer to airport to board the flight for onward destination.
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