The Golden Triangle

The Tour provides you with a full-fledged glimpse of India’s royal and cultural heritage.








6 Nights of the Golden Triangle Enquiry Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj.
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. In a pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Farewell Pink City, head to Delhi (Road trip – 250 km, covered in 5 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Delhi.
  3. On arriving in Delhi, our team will take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 7 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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8 Nights Golden Triangle and Ranthambore National Park Book Your Tour Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Land of the Tigers (Ranthambore National Park) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to Ranthambore, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch before heading to Ranthambore.
  5. On arriving in Ranthambore, you will be checked into your hotel and you can unwind, while you enjoy your surroundings, enjoy your dinner and retire early for the next morning safari.

Day 5 – The thrill of exploring the Tiger terrain

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Ranthambore National Park, where you can either join more guests on the canter or then opt for the more private jeep, to do the safari within the park.
  2. The Ranthambore National Park is one of its kind where you will see an ancient temple, the ruins of a majestic fort and nature enveloping these structures and claiming them for itself as time passes. It is also one of the renowned spots to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Apart from the tiger, these jungles also have a variety of birds, reptiles and other animals like deer, leopards, monkeys, etc.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Ranthambore National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 6 – Farewell to the Tiger’s home as you head to the Pink City, Jaipur (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Breakfast awaits you at 8.00 hrs, after which you will be checked out of the hotel. Your baggage will be loaded and you will be whisked away to the Pink City.
  2. Once you reach Jaipur, you will be checked in where you can freshen up. After lunch, you will be taken to see the famous Galta Temple, also known as the monkey temple, the enamoring Birla Temple.
  3. In the evening, you can explore the city and its old lanes, once you have your fill, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 8 – Farewell Blue City, head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, our team will take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Head on with the awe stricken memories of the Tiger terrain

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8 Nights of the Golden Triangle and the World’s largest camel fair, Pushkar

Day 1 – Welcome to India Book Your Tour Now

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the ancient city of Pushkar (Road trip – 150 km, covered in 3 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, if you have some unexplored places, you can cover those and around noon you will start your journey towards the ancient city of Pushkar.
  3. Once you are ready, you can step out to experience the world’s largest camel fair, the Pushkar Fair. The fair has found mention as far back as 1909. All sorts of camel farmers bring out the best fare, it was also frequented by gypsies and musicians from all over. Even to this day, keeping with tradition, the fair takes place in the Hindu month of ‘Kartik’ which is normally November time, a good time keeping the weather in mind as well.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the bustle, you can head back to the hotel for some delicious dinner and call it a day.

Day 7 – Explore thePushkar Fair

  1. At 8.00 hrs, enjoy your breakfast, while you prepare to join in the chaos of the world’s largest camel fair.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to let you experience the bustling streets of Pushkar through the fair. While camels formed a major part of the livestock, today it is a fair where all types of livestock is showcased to potential buyers.It is fascinating to watch a range of livestock brought in on display, the colours and decoration to exemplify them is absolutely exquisite. The farmers being mostly tribal folk, are also adorned in their best, which could be an array of ornaments and vividly colourful clothing. All of which, makes for a photographer’s delight. There are competitions to judge the best livestock and plenty other activities which could intrigue you, all this ends with a cultural musical show at the end of each day. The hustle and bustle of this fair is very addictive and you will return with a lifetime worth of memories.
  3. After that adventurous time, you can head back to the hotel for a peaceful night.

Day 8 – Farewell Pushkar, head back to Delhi (Road trip of 425 km, covered in 8 hrs)

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 8.00 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Delhi.
  3. On arriving in Delhi, our team will take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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8 Days of the Golden Triangle and the Ajmer Sharif Book Your Tour Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Ajmer Sharif (Road trip – 135 km, covered in 3 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Ajmer.
  3. On arriving in Ajmer, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. Once you are ready, you can step out to explore the quaint town of Ajmer. It is home to the Dargah Khwaja Gharib Nawaz, which is a revered holy place for both Hindus and Muslims. In fact, there is an age old saying that pray with pure faith and the Dargah will free their soul.
  5. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore Ajmer and its nuances

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your breakfast, while you breathe in Ajmer.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the Ajmer Dargah. It is at the foot of the Taragarh Hill. The Emperor Akbar and his queen would come by foot from Agra, each year when he prayed for a son. An estimated number of 150,000 pilgrims visit the shrine daily.
  3. After that pious outing, you can head back to the hotel for a peaceful night.

Day 8 – Farewell Ajmer, head back to Delhi

(Road trip of 400 km, covered in 8 hrs)

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Delhi.
  3. On arriving in Delhi, our team will take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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8 Nights of the Golden Triangle with Shekhawati Book Your Tour Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj

(Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Shekhawati extravaganza (Road trip – 180 km, covered in 4 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 7.30 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will head towards Mandawa. Enroute you will do quick stopovers and Nawalgarh and Dundlod. The Shekhawati region is towards to northern part of Rajasthan. The area saw some wealthy trader families rise due to trade and competed among themselves to outdo each other’s lifestyle, this can be seen in their havelis as well. In Nawalgarh, the Podar haveli was built in 1902 and is one of the exemplified spaces to note the Shekhawati art and architecture. Another similar space is the Goenka Haveli in Dundlod, where again the walls are dotted by beautiful paintings depicting the folklores of Rajasthan and more.
  3. On arriving in Mandawa, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. Towards the evening, you can set out to explore the locales of Mandawa.
  5. Once youare ready to return,you can head back to the hotel for some delicious dinner and call it a day.

Day 7 – Explore therich heritage of Mandawa

  1. At 8.00 hrs, enjoy your delicious breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to take you on a tour of the beautiful Havelis of Mandawa. These residences of rich traders from the area let you into a life parallel to the royals of Rajasthan. Most of these traders have gone beyond the region due to their trade, however their Havelis have still managed to capture the grandeur of time. The frescoes and other wall adornments along with the architecture takes you back in time.
  3. After taking a break for lunch, you would head towards Fatehpur village to the famous French Haveli (Nadine Le Prince Haveli). Initially the Nandlal Devra Haveli, it was built in 1802 by a rich trading family. In time it was bought by Nadine, who have opened a cultural center where not only does she showcase her own work, but she also encourages artists’ to mingle old and contemporary art.
  4. After this creative day, you can head back to the hotel for a peaceful night.

Day 8 – Farewell Shekhawati, head back to Delhi (Road trip of 250 km, covered in 5 hrs)

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 8.00 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Delhi.
  3. On arriving in Delhi, our team will take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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8 Nights of the Golden Triangle and Varanasi Book Your Tour Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Pink City, Jaipur (Road Trip – 250km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the Pink City, Jaipur.
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Jaipur would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, you will be taken to explore the timeless lanes of the Pink City and its hidden treasures.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 –Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Pink City and head to the Land of the Taj (Agra) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Land of the Taj, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Agra, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  6. You would reach Agra in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 - Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 6 – Head to one of the World’s oldest inhabited city, Varanasi, via Delhi

  1. Your morning starts at 7.30 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Delhi, which would be a 4 hours drive to cover 200 km. The connecting flight to Varanasi is in the evening. Varanasi is known to be 2500 years old or older. It was founded by King Kashya as Kashi in 1200 B.C.
  3. On arriving in Varanasi, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. In the evening, you can step out into the timeless lanes of Varanasi, explore the local gastronomical delights.
  5. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore the rustic lanes of Varanasi and the birth place of Buddhism, Sarnath

  1. At (TIME), you will head to the mystic River Ganga for an early morning boat ride. The Ganga is considered the most sacred river for the Hindus, hence as you move along at that hour, you will notice many Hindu rituals unravelling before you. Some pilgrims would be taking the early morning dip with the ritualistic offering of prayers, flowers. The air, at the time is infused with multiple incense smells, leaving the entire experience rather surreal and serene for onlookers, apart from being a photographers’ delight.
  2. After this exhilarating experience, you will return to the hotel for the much deserved breakfast and refreshing.
  3. The afternoon would be spent exploring the unexplored like the Sarnath Temple, the seed of Buddhism as we know it today. This was where the Gautam Buddha first delivered his sermon to his followers. You would also see the different Stupas, essential to Buddhism among which the famous Ashoka Stupa is one.
  4. In the evening, you can relive the magic of Varanasi through a boat ride along with the renowned Ganga Aarti on the Ghat.
  5. After the excitement from the day overwhelms you, you can return to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 8 - Farewell Ancient city of Varanasi, head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in the ancient Hindu city of Varanasi awaits you at (TIME)
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Udaipur airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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8 Nights of the Golden Triangle and the Blue City (Jodhpur) Book Your Tour Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Blue City, Jodhpur (Road trip – 325 km, covered in 6 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 7.30 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards the Blue City, Jodhpur.
  3. On arriving in Jodhpur, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. In the evening, you can step out to explore the markets of Jodhpur, admire its beauty.
  5. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore the Blue City

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your breakfast, the Blue City way.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day touring the magnificence of Jodhpur at the Umaid Bhawan Palace, the royal palace constructed before India attained its freedom.
  3. Once you have had your fill of admiring the brilliance of Umaid Bhawan Palace and its museum, you will head to yet another marvel, Mehrangarh Fort, one of the largest forts in India.
  4. The Mehrangarh Fort has multiple palaces within and the museum there has a rich selection of armaments and artifacts used by the Royals of the region.
  5. After this wondrous day, you will head back to the hotel for a peaceful sleep.

Day 8 – Farewell Blue City, head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at (TIME)
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Jodhpur airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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8 Nights of the Golden Triangle and the City of Lakes, Udaipur Book Your Tour Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj

(Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Venice of the East, Udaipur (Road trip – 450 km, covered in 8 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 7.30 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards the Venice of the East, Udaipur.
  3. On arriving in Udaipur, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. In the evening, you can step out to explore the beauty of Udaipur, enjoy the mesmerizing lakes.
  5. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore the City of Lakes

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your scrumptious breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day taking in the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  3. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 8 – Farewell City of Lakes, head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at (TIME)
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Udaipur airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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8 Nights of the Golden Triangle and the Samode Village Book Your Tour Now

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the quaint, little village of Samode (Road trip – 50 km, covered in 1 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, if you have some unexplored places, you can cover those and around noon you will start your journey towards the quaint little village of Samode.
  3. On arriving in Samode, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. Once you are ready, you can step out to explore thebeauty of this little village. It belongs to one of the principal families of the ‘Kacchawa’ clan from Amber. Their palace and bagh or gardens are exquisitely designed.
  5. In the evening, you can visit the local village folk and understand how they live.
  6. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore the Samode

  1. At 8.00 hrs, enjoy your breakfast, while you enjoy the natural beauty of Samode.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to show you around, the palace was initially built in 16th century as a fortress but later in the 19th century, Rawal Berisal converted the fort into a marvelous palace, where you get to see an interesting blend of the Rajput and Mughal architecture. The marbled flooring, intricately carved pillars, walls decorated with mosaics and frescoes, all make them a delight to explore.
  3. After that adventure through time, you can head back to the hotel for a peaceful night.

Day 8 – Farewell Samode, head back to Delhi (Road trip of 250 km, covered in 5 hrs)

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 8.00 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Delhi.
  3. On arriving in Delhi, our team will take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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