Arrive Delhi , meet and assist at the airport and transfer to hotel. Night stay in Delhi.
Day 2: Delhi
New Delhi, the capital and the third largest city of India is a fusion of the ancient and the modern. Standing along the West End of Gangetic Plain, the capital city, Delhi, unwinds a picture rich with culture, architecture and human diversity, deep in history, monuments, museums, galleries, gardens and exotic shows. The Qutab Minar, Humayun’s tomb and the Purana Quila still stand in testimony to the same. Your visit to the 73 meters high monument that testifies the defeat of the last Hindu kingdom in the 1190s will charm you with its splendor. The magnificent red tomb of Humayun with the dashing double-dome and the char bagh style is a grand affair. Night stay in Delhi.
Day 3: Delhi - Agra (200 kms / 4 hrs. drive)
Early morning drive to the city of Taj- Agra .Arrive Agra in approx. 4 hours & transfer to hotel Agra was thecapital of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his beautiful Queen Mumtaz Mahal. After she passed away in 1631, Shah Jahan created a mausoleum that is now known as a symbol of eternal love. See the Taj Mahal in all its splendor on tours to Agra with Agra Hub and view many more grand Mughal monuments on tours to Agra India with Agra Hub.
Agra Hub welcomes you to see the architectural wonders of Afra, including the enchanting Taj Mahal in Agra India.The Red Fort in Agra stands on the banks of the river Yamuna making itself quite dominant in the whole area. It was designed and built by Akbar in 1565.A.D., the Agra Fort is fortified by a 70-foot high wall. Within the precincts of Agra Red Fort is the beautiful Pearl Mosque and numerous palaces including the Jahangiri Mahal, Diwan-i-Am, Moti Masjid and Diwan-i-Khas.Night stay in Agra.
Day 4: Agra - Jaipur (230 kms / 6 hrs. drive)
Proceed for a morning excursion to Amber Fort after breakfast. Elephant ride ascent to the fort.
Day 5: Jaipur
Interestingly, the royal family's earlier residence at Amber, was only 11km away, and had been since the 10th century. Seven hundred years later, the Maharaja chose to raise a "City of Victory", and aptly christened it Jaipur. Co-incidentally, the name also incorporated the first name of the
Maharaja thus immortalizing the builder both through his nomenclature of dynasty and concept of ideals. Jaipur was and remains the only city in the world symbolising the nine divisions of the universe through nine rectangular sectors dividing it. A young Bengali architect, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya formalised the city's plans on the "Shilpa Shastra": the epochal Hindu treatise on architecture, tempering it with the sublimity of Mudhal and Jain influences of the times. Night stay in Jaipur.
Day 6: Jaipur
Morning walking tour of some interesting streets and squares of the Pink City to catch glimpses of the habitual patterns of its people, which even includes attending heart-rending prayers at Sri Govind Devji temple. Optional day tour to Sanganer town (for block printing factories) or a lunch at Samode Palace. Sunset view of Jaipur from the imposing Nahargarh fort. Night stay in Jaipur.
Day 7: Jaipur - Ranthambhore (145 Km, 2 hrs, 30 min)
Morning drive to Ranthambhore It is probably one of the finest habitats for the Sambar Deer. Well known for the diurnal activity of its Tigers, Ranthambhore is a very special and unusual area where the natural presents meet the historical past. Famous for its Tigers, the Ranthambore National Park is one of the most photographed tiger reserve all over the world. Ranthambhore National Park has a tiger population of about 32. Apart from
tigers, the Park also supports a large number of other wild species including leopards, caracal, jungle cat, hyena, jackal, sloth bear, wild boar, marsh crocodile, porcupine, common langur, spotted deer, Indian gazelle, gazzelle, sambar, nilgai, monitor lizards and a large number of birds.Night stay in Ranthambhore.
Day 8: Ranthambhore - Kota - Bundi (130 Km, 2 hrs)
Early morning Jungle safari in National Park . Later drive to the fort city Bundi. Overnight stay in Bundi.
Day 9: Kota - Chittaurgarh (146 Km, 2 hrs, 20 mins)
After breakfast picturesque drive towards Chittaurgarh.Chittaurgarh is India's largest fort and the ultimate symbol of Rajput chivalry and pride.Chittogarh Fort: Chittorgarh Fort is a massive structure with a 1 kilometre zigzag accent to it. The road leads through seven gates to the main gate Rampol (meaning Gate of Ram). On the climb between the second and third gate you see two Chattris cenotaphs built to honour Jaimull
and Kulla heroes of 1568 siege by Emperor Akbar. The main gate of the fort itself is Surajpol (meaning Sun Gate). Within the fort a circular runs around the ruins of the fort. Night stay in Chittaurgarh.
Day 10: Chittaurgarh - Dungarpur (115 Km, 2 hrs)
Morning drive towards Udaipur.Udaipur is the historic capital of former kingdom of Mewar and now the administrative headquarters of Udaipur districts .and visit Molela village for its fine terracotta craft then transfer to hotel. Later sightseeing tour of Udaipur covering City Palace and Saheliyon ki Bari. Evening free to explore the interesting labyrinths around Jagdish temple on your own. Night stay in Udaipur
Day 11: Udaipur
Drive to Ajanta caves (100 km) with stop at view point where the British hunters first glimpsed the Ajanta Caves. After sightseeing of Ajanta Caves drive to Jalgaon (about 50 km). Overnight stay at Jalgaon.
Day 12: Udaipur - Mumbai - (728 Km, 11 Hrs) - Departure
Morning transfer to board the flight for Mumbai .Arrive Mumbai & proceed for half day tour of Mumbai covering Marine Drive Juhu and Chowpatty Beaches,Mani Bhawan ,Gateway of India, Prince of Wales Museum, Hanging Gardens on the slopes of Malabar Hills offering nice view of Marine Lines & Chowpatty Beach. Evening transfer to airport to board the onward flight.
8 hrs Duty