10 Days / 09 Nights
Destination Covered :
Abroad - Delhi - Fatehpur Sikri -
Jaipur - Samode
Day 01 : Abroad - Delhi
Arrive at Delhi International Airport. Meet our representative and transfer to the Hotel Imperial (A Deluxe Five Star Hotel). Beginning of a fairy tale journey with the traditional style of welcome into a country where a guest is respected as a God.
Day 02 : New Delhi
The phrase "Delhi is a Land of 'Dilwalas (people with heart)' " will acquire a true colour in your mind when you go around the lanes of Delhi - a city where the past exists with the present. After breakfast we proceed for sightseeing of New Delhi. We drive past Rashtrapati Bhawn, Parliament House over to 'Qutab Minar' - 72.55 m, you will be left awestruck by the Indo-Islamic architectural wonder of ancient India. We then move over for to India Gate - War Memorial (stop for photography). Our next destination for the day will be Connaught Place- a shoppers' paradise rowed with some of the most renowned brands in the world, pick up some of mirror work bags or long skirts if interested form the most famous Janpath. Market street. Here don't miss out on the delicacy of spicy Indian food from the street stalls, we are sure you will enjoy these delicacies as much as the Delhi monuments. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 03 : Delhi - 210 km - Agra
Morning, get ready for the enthralling rail ride for Agra. Your breakfast will be onboard. Enjoy the window-view of lush green farms and the farmers busy in harvesting their crops, indeed, it is sceneric. Within two hours you are in the marble city - Agra. Check-in your pre-booked Hotel 'The Trident' - a five star luxury hotel. Post lunch awaits a visit to the spectacular Agra Fort, a magnificent colossal carved out of red sand stone, other attraction of the fort is the most royal view of Taj, standing at a distance of just 2 kms. It increases your lust and temptations of viewing this charismatic marvel from the close quitters. Be patient, the magic charm is just a hand away. The magic of golden rays of evening sun bestowing on the 'Taj' definitely cast a spell on you. Don't forget to capture this lifetime moment into your handy-cam. Pay a special attention on the scripts written on marble walls, your eyes are sure to get illumined as the words seems to be of same size but in actual they are not. Back to the hotel, find yourself with Taj again in your dreams.
Day 04 : Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur (230 km)
On our way to Jaipur we stop over at Fatehpur Sikri. Though the city is in ruins the sunset over the ruins is a sight to cherish. Exploring "Panch Mahal", you will have the opportunity to have a panoramic view of this imperial city with its buildings, palaces, and the courtyards linking them. You can enjoy the architectural beauty of the city while visiting Diwn-I-Aam, Diwani-Khas and the Pachisi Court. We then continue our trip to Jaipur.
Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel Rambagh Palace (A Deluxe Five Star Heritage Hotel of Taj Group).
Day 05 : Jaipur Sightseeing
One of the most promising days of the tour will begin with an early breakfast. This is the day to have a look-in into the architectural beauty of the Pink City. An elephant safari up the hills to the Amber Fort will make you feel royal. Sightseeing amidst the stunning backdrop of ancient forts Nahargarh, Amer, Jagarh and Moti Dungri are the reminder of their lingering romance and valour. Towards the evening we head for the colourful bazaars and streets of Jaipur. You can shop for jewelleries as the city is famous for precious and semi-precious stones, particularly diamonds, topaz and emeralds. Stop over at Apno Gaon, where you can enjoy the traditional Rajasthani food. Overnight in the Hotel Rambagh Palace.
Day 06 : Jaipur Sightseeing
On the sixth day we take you into the world of an imposing blend of traditional Rajasthan and Mughal architecture. "City Palace - a scientific and modern 18th century building-" is home to several palatial structures like the Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Badal Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the City Palace Museum. At the museum look out for fine Muslims, Benares silks, local handprint cottons and embroidered coats from north India at the first floor. Also look out for the Silver Urns better known as Ganga Jali measuring 5 feet in height and are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest single silver objects in the world. You can recline in splendour while having dinner at the PANGHAT restaurant amidst the traditional music and dance show by a troupe of Rajasthani performers. Stay to night in Jaipur.
Day 07 : Jaipur - Samode - 42 km (A Treasure Palace of Rajasthan)
On the seventh day we explore Sanganer, 16 kms from Jaipur entering the town through the ruins of two 'Tripolias' or triple-gateways that lead to a ruined palace and a group of Jain temples with fine carvings. You can take away some of the block printings and the equally famous Jaipur blue pottery as fond memories from Rajasthan. Post lunch we head for Samode.
Overnight at Hotel Samode Palace (A Deluxe Heritage hotel).
Day 08 : Samode Sightseeing
In the morning we take you to Samode Bagh where you can enjoy the beauty of the rising sun amidst the greenery all around. Feel privileged to have your lunch in the confines of the air-conditioned tented camp where the dune coloured tents are luxuriously furnished with every comfort. In the evening stroll through the village and meet the locals to understand and have a feel of the rural India.
Dinner and Overnight stay in the Hotel Samode Palace (A Deluxe Heritage hotel)
Day 09 : Samode - Delhi - 250 km
Far from the hustle-bustle of sightseeing and travelling, Samode makes for a perfect city getaway. Half an hour's walk up steep stone-steps will lead you to the old fort of Sheograrh, explore this austere structure built on traditional lines . This is where the people of Samode barricaded themselves in times of war. Return to Samode Palace and have lunch. Bidding good bye to the flora and fauna of Rajasthan we leave for Delhi. Overnight in a hotel in Delhi.
Day 10 : Old Delhi - Abroad
After an early breakfast we proceed for Old Delhi sightseeing, and Rickshaw ride through the bustling lanes of Chandni Chowk. As you enter the Red Fort it will serve as an eloquent reminder of the glory of the Mughal era, and its magnificence will simply leave you awestruck. We then head for the Old Fort where you can enjoy a boat ride and the light and sound show. Towards the evening we have arranged for a farewell dinner. Late evening we transfer you to the airport. Mid-night: Departure by International Flight to abroad.
We hope you take back many sweet memories of the tour as a satisfied traveler.