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Delhi Heritage Tours
One of the most oldest and progressive cities in the world, Delhi is the capital of world's largest democracy, India. The city is a perfect amalgamation of ancient and modern. The history of India is related to the history of Delhi.

Delhi has always wooed rulers and plunderers in the past. Historians are also attracted with so many details that Delhi presents. Today, Delhi is fast-moving cosmopolitan city, maintaining its rich cultural heritage. Delhi is a multi-cultured city, since people from all over the country come with their traditions and culture, reflected in a variety of arts, crafts, cuisines, festivals and lifestyles.

Delhi is a city of variety, vivacity and vibrancy. One has so many options to explore in Delhi. The Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Parliament House emphasize the role of Delhi as the capital city of the India. This is the venue of the question hour and the decision-making for the country's leaders, the grandness of these buildings will definitely lure you. Nearby is the India Gate, where you can pay homage to the martyrs. Then at the Gandhi Memorial and Rajghat, remember the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi.
The Red Fort built by the mughal emperor Shahjahan is the venue for flag hoisting on the occasion of the Independence Day celebrations. The Fort that took nine years and a huge fortune for construction is a beautiful piece of architecture. The sound and light show at the Red Fort is also a major highlight. Jama Masjid is right opposite the red fort, an eye-catching monument. The largest mosque in India that was the concluding architectural achievement of Shahajahan welcomes you with its three gateways, four towers and two minarets. The lovely sunset and the group of pigeons at the Jama Masjid offer a photogenic sight.

The metropolitan city of Delhi is marked with reminiscent of its rich and diverse past. The Qutab Minar, Humayun's tomb and the Purana Quila stand tall and proud of its past. The glorious red tomb of Humayun with the gallant double-dome and the Char Bagh style is a grand affair.

Then there is the impaired observatory of Jantar Mantar. One of the five observatories of the king of Jaipur, Sawai Jai Singh, Jantar Mantar is located in the center of Delhi city and generates a lot of interest among the Delhi tourists. For the ones who want to experience spiritualism there's the Lakshmi Narayan Temple and the lotus shaped Bahai house. Amidst the hustle bustle of the city these souls stirring spots are like An Oasis in the desert.

Truly the heart and soul of India- Delhi is a charismatic city. Each and every part of Delhi is strewn with marks of bygone era. Delhi has witnessed every scar India has suffered from time-to-time. Delhi has also seen the struggle and regaining of freedom by the Indians. Delhi the capital of India, is the center of India in true senses and is the pride of every Indian. Thus, Delhi stands proudly as a symbol of the strength, achievements and aspirations of the Indians.

Delhi Heritage Tour
(9 Nights - 10 Days)
Delhi - Jaipur- Jaisalmer- Bikaner- Jodhpur- Jaipur - Agra- Mathura /Vrindavan- Delhi
Delhi, Rajasthan Agra are the fascinating places of India. They indeed form a major attraction of India. In Rajasthan, we have covered destinations like Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur. Further, we would travel to explore places like Mathura and Vrindavan. We have tried to make this Delhi Rajasthan Agra tour a worth while experience by adding lot many attractions in it. We would also provide you a guide who would inform you on various destinations in India. Come and be a part of it.
Delhi :The Capital City of India. This is will be the first stop on your Golden triangle tour.
Jaipur : Also known as the Pink city of Rajasthan, Jaipur cajoles tourists .
Agra : The third and the last stop is known for housing the World Heritage Site - Taj Mahal.
Special Features :
A visit to Chandni Chowk.
Exploration of Red fort.
Yes! offcourse - The Taj Mahal, a World Heritage Site.
A visit to Samode Haveli
Puppet Show in Jaipur.
Day 01 : Delhi
Your flight would come at Indira Gandhi International Airport ( IGI) in New Delhi. This is one of the major airport of the country and is considered gateway to India. This airport is connected to all parts of the world.

After your custom clearance, you would come at the arrival launge where our representative would be present. He would be well dressed and would be holding your name card. After your formal interaction with him, he would take care of your baggage and other things from there on.

You would be transferred to the hotel, which either could be of your choice or if you want we would select a hotel according to your taste and budget. At the reception launge, the hotel staff would welcome you. They would be happy as you of chosen their service to cater you and they would keep in mind to provide best of hospitality which they can. Your baggage would be sifted to your room and the room keys would be handed over to you.

Day 02 : Delhi
Delhi would be the first destination to explore on Rajasthan tour. You would take your breakfast in the hotel's reception. The menu card would have all sort of cuisine, from continental to Chinese to Mughlai. If you prefer light breakfast, please ask for it.

After sumptous breakfast, we would board the coach/cab and then leave for sightseeing tour. Akshardham temple would be the first arachitecture which we would be exploring. This newly built temple has become a major attraction and we are sure that you would like the time you would spend here.

We would take Boat ride ( Sanskruti vihar) which is a 12 minutes show and offers glimpse of 1000 years old India's historic past. Then there are other attractions like - Hall of Fame, Musical Fountains and Garden of India. In totallity it would take 5 to 6 hrs to explore the temple.

Later in the second half, we would explore Old Delhi. Old Delhi comprise of attractions like Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid and the Purna quila. We also have Chandni chowk, the place famous for its rickshaw ride through which you can watch the Mughal architecture present in the region. We would cover the tourist spots according to the time availablitity and importance.

We would resturn to our hotel where delecious food would be served. We would recommend you to pack your bags in the night itself as the next morning we have leave for Jaipur, a heritage city of Rajasthan.

Day 03 : Jaipur
We would leave for Jaipur, after breakfast. Jaipur is located 261 kms from Delhi and is one of the important heritage cities. It would approximately take 3 and half hours to reach Jaipur. Our representative would have booked a room . Suppose if we would start at 10 AM, we would reach Jaipur by 1 or 1:30 PM in the afternoon. Early we start, more time we would have.

After allotting your room and shifting your baggage, we would have our lunch in the hotel. Without delay , we would just move out to explore the rich heritage the city boast. First would be Amber fort, which is 11 kms from the city. It would take around 2- 3 hrs to have a proper look at the ancient piece. From Amber fort we would leave for Hawa Mahal and then later City Palace. It is goind to be quite hectic. We would choose good cab/ coach which would make your tour a significant event.

From there we would transfer your hotel where you would be served your dinner along with the Rajasthan folk music which we would try to arrange for you.

Day 04 : Bikaner
We have to start early in the morning for Bikaner. Bikaner is 321 kms from Jaipur and it would approximately take 5 hrs to reach. We would be able to start our expedition in later half that is post lunch. Breakfast and lunch would be served on the way itself. In Bikaner, we would not waste time. After putting our luggage in the hotel room and freshining up, we would leave for expedition. We would explore the famous Lalgarh Palace - The palace is constructed in Red Sandstone and is situated 3 kms from the city. It was designed by the Sir Swinton Jacob and has a beautiful lattice work. The palace is quite impressive.

Later you would resort to your hotel room where your food would be served. If you would want we would arrange a cultural program comprising of folk dances which you can watch along with dinner.

Day 05 : Jaisalmer
The distance between Bikaner and Jaisalmer is 333 kms and it would take 6 hrs to reach the destination. We would start early, brekfast would be served on route itself. Probably we would reach Jaisalmer post lunch. Here we would not visit any concrete building but would explore the golden sands. The Camel safari would help us to explore the small and big villages of Rajasthan. The safari would offer great experience to watch traditional Rajasthani men and wome. Rajasthan Men are dressed simple white with vibrant coloured turban and Rajasthani women wear embroidered skirts and blouses. The seductive females are most often found with pot holes on their head. Being an arid region, they usually travel a distance to fetch water for their family. Later in the evening we would come back to our hotel. We would be served with hot food. If you want you can try the very own Rajasthani cuisine, but we would like to make you aware that this cuisine is rich in oil and could be spicy. Pack your bags in the night itself . This night you would sleep like a baby and it would be great as it would help you to shed off your tiredness.
Day 06 : Jodhpur
Next morning we would leave for Jodhpur, another heritage city which comes under the desert circuit of Rajasthan as well. The city is situated is 285 kms from the city. We would board our cab/ coach after breakfast. It would take around 4 and half hrs to reach this city. We would start our exploration post lunch and would visit Meharangarh fort. Constructed in 1459, the fort nestles itself on 150 m high hill. Late evening we would resort to a night camp in desert. You could gaze at the sky and play with the golden sands. Your food would be served on the camp itself. From the camp site, we would board the bus and leave for Jaipur.
Day 07 : Jaipur
With few hrs, we would reach Jaipur. This would be the second time when we would visit Jaipur and we would try to utilize it properly. Not to worry about you room, you would resort to a good hotel. This time we would cover some of the major bazaars and would also watch puppet show in the evening. This puppet show would show us the glimpses of past and would narrate us many stories. Food would be served in the hotel itself.
Day 08 : Agra
From Jaipur, we would leave for Agra, a perfect destination to revive the lost energy. So far we were scrutinizing Rajasthan architectural wonder. This would be first destination which would take you out of that state into a new zone. Agra, the city got famous due to Taj Mahal, a World Heritage Site. Being such a famous tourist spot, we would explore Taj Mahal first. The monument was constructed years ago and beholds an enticing past. The history says Shahjahan, a Mughal emperor constructed Taj Mahal for his beloved Mumtaj Mahal. It would take around 2-3 hrs to explore Taj Mahal. From Taj Mahal we would move to Agra fort which is 2 kms. This Mughal architecture is another piece to watch. Later in the evening, a slide show would be shown which would be on influence of Mughals on Agra city. The show would be followed by the dinner. Move back to hotel room.
Day 09 : Agra/ Mathura/Vrindavan
These destination are excusrions of Agra city. Mathura is mere 60 kms from Agra city. We would baord our bus after break fast for Mathura. In Mathura, we would visit the famous Shri Krishna Janma Bhoomi and the Dwarkadeesh temple. From Mathura, we would leave for Vrindavan, which is quite close to the Mathura city. In Vrindavan city, we would watch ISKCON temple and then return back to Agra city.
Day 10 : Delhi
This morning we would leave Agra. This would form the last stop on the destination. Our representative would drop you to the respective airport/ railway station for your onward destination. Best wishes!
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