Duration : 20 nights / 21 days
Destination : Delhi – Varanasi – Khajuraho – Orchha – Gwalior – Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur – Ajmer – Pushkar – Chittourgarh – Udaipur – Ranakpur – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer – Pokhran – Bikaner – Mandawa – Delhi
Day 1: Arrival – Delhi
Welcome on arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi and transfer to pre-booked hotel by air-conditioned car. After check-in, travel documents related to travel planning and services will be handed over to you; Our representative will address all your questions regarding your entire tour plan. Later in the evening, he went to see the Light and Sound Show at the Red Fort. The show showcases an amazing history of the city in a very interesting way. Later, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Light and Sound Show: Enjoy a spectacular show at the Red Fort. Which gives the city’s 5,000-year-old history alive. Amidst the harmonious panoramic and historical atmosphere of the Red Fort, select episodes of the history of Delhi’s historical and majestic past are vividly brought to life. Special effects combine with exceptional character to make the show an impressively memorable experience.
Day 2 : Delhi
After having your morning breakfast, take a sightseeing tour of Old Delhi such as: Red Fort, Jama Masjid “India’s largest and most magnificent mosque”, Rajghat “Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi” where he was cremated. Sightseeing tour continues to visit New Delhi including Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate; To honor and pay tribute to the Indian soldiers who sacrificed themselves during the Afghan war, Birla Mandir (Lakshmi Narayan Temple), Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Shaped Bhai’s Temple, Qutub Minar; Produced by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak of the Slave Dynasty. Sri Radha Parthasarathy Temple, commonly known as ISKCON Delhi Temple. In the evening you can opt for a cycle rickshaw ride from the vibrant and colorful market of Chandni Chowk. Later, go back to the hotel to rest and relieve your tiredness.
Day 3 : Delhi – Varanasi (By Air)
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to the airport to board the scheduled flight to Varanasi. Assistance on arrival and transfer to the hotel. After rest, travel to Sarnath, 10 km from Varanasi, where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon to five holy men; On a visit to the Dharmarajika Stupa, the 110-foot-tall Dhamekh Stupa marks the place where Buddha first preached, also visit the Archaeological Museum, a collection of ancient Buddhist relics and antiques with many Buddha and Bodhisattva paintings, 4 lions Also see Ashoka Pillar. Built-in third century BCE., Signifies the imperial rule of Ashoka and the rule of Buddha. The Char-lion capital was adopted as a symbol of the modern Indian Republic. After the journey drives back to Varanasi. Overnight at the hotel.
Varanasi: It is also known as Kashi (City of Spiritual Light) and Banaras. It is one of the oldest cities in India with a fascinating past; It has found a place in the epic of Mahabharata as well as in Buddhist scriptures. This ancient Indian city is situated between the Varuna and Ashi rivers as they are united with the country’s most revered river Ganga and provides easy access to industrial areas including automobile, garment and leather sectors. Notorious American novelist Mark Twain once wrote, “Benaras is older than history, older than tradition, older than legend and looks twice as old as those who hold it all together”
Day 4 : Varanasi
In the morning, at sunrise, the city and the river come alive in the magical rays of the sun, during the sunrise take a morning bath on the river Ganges; The city looks very attractive and lively: people take an early bath in the morning to pray for the rising sun. Later return to the hotel for breakfast, later visit the famous ghats of Varanasi and visit the city for sightseeing: There are two cremation ghats, Manikarnika and Harishchandra, sightseeing Bharat Mata Temple Durga Temple, Tadi Manas Temple, most famous The temple is Kashi Vishwanath or the Golden Temple which is off-limits to non-Hindus, although the contrast can be seen from the upper floor of the old houseLater visit the Banaras Hindu University: the largest residential university in Asia, with over 12,000 students living on its campus, the Satta Aarti (worship) ceremony on the banks of the Ganges River in the evening spread over 1350 acres (5.5 km) This beautiful ritual process with brass lamps along with chanting of mantras in the presence of the crowd as a witness, every moment fills you with spiritual thoughts and feelings. Later, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 5 : Varanasi – Khajuraho (By Air)
After breakfast visit scheduled flight departure for Khajuraho to drive to hotel and airport. On arrival transfer to the hotel. After the refreshment tour, Rane Falls is one of the major tourist attractions, named after the former ruler of the region, Raja Rane Pratap. Located close to the destination, the waterfall emerged at the confluence of the Ken and Khudar rivers. Also, visit the Archaeological Museum with a collection of stone sculptures of the Chandela dynasty. Enjoy Satta Light and Sound Show in the evening. Later returned to the hotel a night’s stay.
Light and Sound Show: This fascinating light and sound spectacle depicts the life and times of the great Chandela Kings and traces the story of unique temples from the 10th century to the present day. A 50-minute sound and light show is organized by the tourism department in the garden of the Western group of temples. The show is entertaining and informative about the construction, history, and importance of temples. The life and times of the great Chandela Kings and the legend and grandeur of unique temples from the 10th century to the present day are heard in the voice of Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan.
Day 6: Khajuraho
Khajuraho, after breakfast, is known worldwide for its magnificent temples of erotica built between 950 A.D and 1050 A.D. Khajuraho is a World Heritage City, with temples scattered over an area of 8 square kilometers. Take a sightseeing tour to the western group of temples consisting of the huge Lakshmana temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Lakshmi and Varaha temple dedicated to Lakshmana, the protector of Vishnu, the Kandariya Mahadev Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and the Chausath Yogini Temple dedicated to Goddess Kali. Later visit the sightseeing of the eastern group of temples which include 3 Hindu and 3 Jain temples, their proximity is associated with the religious tolerance of the time in general and the Chandela rulers in particular, Parshvanath, Adinath, and Shanti Nath. Also, visit the temples of Vamana and Brahma / Hanuman dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Later, return to the hotel for a night’s stay.
Khajuraho, the charming temple of Khajuraho, India’s unique gift of love in the world, was built between 950 and 1050, in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Its name is derived from the date palm tree (palm tree), which can be found in abundance in the area. The divine idols in these temples are a tribute to life in itself, everything that is sublime and spontaneous about it. With the plank of the Chandela kingdom, these magnificent temples were neglected and engulfed by nature’s ravages.
Day 7: Khajuraho – Orchha (175 kms: 4 hrs)
After breakfast, drive to the hotel in Orchha and transfer on arrival to the hotel, after a refreshment drive in the historic city of Jhansi, 18 km from Orchha. It is a famous tourist destination and is known for the adventures of Rani Jhansi, who played an important role in fighting the British during the Revolt of 1857. Many monuments are important tourist places during this period including the fort of Jhansi and the palace of Rani Jhansi. Of Jhansi. Enjoy a speculative light and sound show later: Return to the hotel for an overnight stay, reflecting the history of Orchha.
Orchha: Orchha, a medieval city in the state of Madhya Pradesh, has frozen over time, with its palaces and temples still retaining their original grandeur. Orchha had the distribution of being the capital of one of the largest and most powerful states of central India. The Bundela Rajput chieftain, Rudra Pratap, founded the city on the banks of the beautiful Betwa River in the 16th century. The word Orchha means ‘hidden’.
Day 8: Orchha – Gwalior – Agra (255 kms: 5 – 6 hrs)
After breakfast, enjoy the scenic beauty of the Betwa River surrounded by Sheesh Mahal, and Chatteris and the Ram Temple. Later check out the hotel and drive to Agra, stop the route in Gwalior and visit the majestic Gwalior Fort, one of the largest and powerful forts in India. Also, the Saas-Bahu temple is the temple of Lord Vishnu which was established in the 11th century, while the Teli-ka-Mandir was built in the 9th century with a length of 300 meters which is a Vishnu temple. On coming to Agra, visit Manasingh’s Palace. In the evening one should visit Oswal Emporium to see a replica of the Taj Mahal, the artists took 10 years to construct this artistic symbol, as well as enjoy the “Mohabbat-the-Taj: Saga of Love” light and sound show in India The only show of its kind! Later returned to the hotel.
The ancient capital of Gwalior has successfully transformed into a modern Indian city, vibrant and bustling. A multitude of reigns of Pratiharas, Kachhawahs, and dynasties of the great Rajput dynasty of Tomar have left indelible imitations of their rule in the palaces, temples and monuments of this city.
Agra is known for being home to the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world; A crown of all the lovely buildings in the world. Agra is also one of the oldest cities in India. The name Agra is believed to have originated from Agra, which means forest, which is mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. One can see many more amazing historical places: Agra Fort – a magnificent fort, Ram Bagh, and Itmad-ud-Daula – the royal ruins of the Mughal rule. A charming city, known for the marvelous work done on marble and soapstone by craftsmen, who are the successors of those working under the Mughals.
Day 9: Agra
The world’s most popular and beautiful monument in the morning: its spectacular view at sunrise Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is a monument that is one of the 7 wonders of the world and it is very beautiful. This historical work depicts the fusion of diverse architectural styles. The Taj Mahal is the crown of all the lovely buildings in the world and a symbol of eternal love. This tour is incomplete without a visit to Agra Fort, so now we will visit Agra Fort. The fort was built in 1576 AD by the great Mughal emperor Akbar, which was structured and designed with red-stone barricades. Here you will find the magnificent Pearl Mosque and various other classic examples of art: Jahangir Mahal, Moti Masjid, Machhi Bhawan, Nagina Mosque, Diwan-e-Khas, Sheesh Mahal, Diwan-i-Aam, and Meena Bazaar and Musamman Bhurj. Emperor Shah Jahan imprisoned his rebellious son Aurangzeb at Musaman Bhurj, he would show his love through the Taj Mahal, where his beloved wife was cremated. Later, the tomb of Itamad-ud-Daula, built by Shah Jahan’s Empress Nur Jahan, 35 km from Agra, is a tribute to her great father. Later returned to the hotel for a night’s stay.
Day 10: Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur (240 kms: 5 – 6 hrs)
After breakfast this morning, visit the hotel and Jaipur. Prohibited entry into Fatehpur Sikri, the old uninhabited city of the Mughal Empire, built of red sandstone in honor of Saint Salim Chishti, who gave birth to 3 sons to Emperor Akbar. This is an example of strong stability combined with originality. Each important structure here represents a type in itself. Notable among them is Diwan A Khas; Panch Mahal, Salim Chishti’s Tomb and Buland Darwaza, one of the largest and largest gateways in the world. Also, stopover at Abhaneri near Jaipur, and visit Step Well, it was built by King Chanda of the Chauhan dynasty, and on completion was dedicated to Hashat Mata, the god of joy and happiness. Later, continue the drive to Jaipur. On arrival, stay at the hotel.
Jaipur is globally known as the ‘Pink City’ of India. The walls, houses, and buildings of the entire city were washed with pink for the grand and royal reception of Britain’s Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, who in 1853 AD. I visited Jaipur. This magnificent city was founded in 1727 AD. Took place in The greatest ruler Jai Singh II. Jaipur is surrounded by hills on three sides. Jaipur is the only city in the world, built according to Hindu architectural science called Shilpa Shastra. The city was designed in a rectangular shape of 9 blocks, depicting 9 divisions of the universe.
Day 11: Jaipur
After breakfast this morning, take a tour of the Pink City to have a spectacular view of the Amber Fort located outside the city, built in the 15th century by Rajput Raja Man Singh. Later visit another powerful and majestic Nahargarh Fort close to Amber Fort. Drive back to the main city to visit the Royal City Palace – the current residence of the royal family of Jaipur. The incredible Jantar Mantar was built and built by Raja Raja Jai Jai Singh. The magnificent Hawa Mahal is also known as the ‘B Palace of Winds Birla Mandir’ with its white shimmering marble glow at night. You can visit the fort of Amber to watch a light and sound show: one holds the history of the citadel, which is pulsed with 600 years of the Kachhwaha dynasty and an old past of 28 kings before their capital moved to Jaipur Has gone. Later you can stop on a cycle rickshaw ride and explore the bustling market. Enjoy your evening at the most authentic and ethnic village resort: Chokhi Dhani, which is built on the theme of an ethnic village in Rajasthan with lots of traditional entertainment like folk dance, puppet shows, astrology, music, camel rides. The atmosphere is there, here you can enjoy traditional Rajasthani food. Later, return to the hotel for the overnight.
Day 12: Jaipur – Ajmer – Pushkar (135 kms: 3 hrs)
Get out of the hotel after breakfast and visit Pushkar at Khwaja Saheb’s dargah. It is the most important temple in India for Muslims and thousands of devotees of all religions visit the holy place through the year. On arrival at the hotel, after visiting Pushkar. Pushkar is known for having the world’s largest animal fair in the month of November every year with a spectacular celebration. Visit the city to visit the temple of Lord Brahma surrounded by Pushkar Lake. The devotees took a dip in the holy water and prayed on the banks of the lake. Also visit the Pushkar Mela site, which is right in front of the Pushkar Lake. The evening is free to relax or take a stroll to see the beautiful Pushkar Lake and the colorful market of Pushkar. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 13: Pushkar – Chittourgarh – Udaipur (280 kms: 6 hrs)
After breakfast, visit the hotel and Udaipur, tour the city of Chittorgarh and visit the largest and largest historical fort in India: Chittorgarh, this impressive ancient fort reminds of the bravery and bravery of the Rajput clan of Rajasthan, 700 acres, Kshetra, the fort has historical monuments: Tower of Victory, Rani Padmini Palace, Man Mahal, Meera Temple and many ruins of Shiva. Chittorgarh is unique to the Rajput tradition and echoes with stories of romance. Later, continue the drive to come to Udaipur, check into the hotel. In the evening enjoy a boat ride in Lake Pichola; You can choose your dinner at the Lake Palace Hotel, located in the middle of the lake. Get back to the hotel and relax.
Day 14: Udaipur
After breakfast, take a sightseeing tour of Udaipur visiting one of the important landmarks of the city – the Miracle City Palace complex. The palace is a magnificent white marble historical house of Rajput rulers. Here you will find notable places like Durbar Hall, Palace Museum, Crystal Gallery and Jagdish Temple, followed by Saheli ki Bari, a beautiful amusement garden for queens and the temple of rulers. The Indian Folk Arts Board is an ethnic display of Rajasthan’s traditions and culture, ethnic ornaments are traditional outfits, puppets, masks, dolls, classical paintings, guna musical instruments. For a sightseeing tour of the ancient Eklingji and Nagda temples, visit the 22 km lake Begela Lake in the evening. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 15: Udaipur – Ranakpur – Jodhpur (257 kms: 5 hrs)
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and take a tour to Jodhpur, take a route to Ranakpur, visit the antique Jain temples established in the 12th century, you can choose to enjoy lunch at Maharani Baugh: (on your own) a genuine heritage hotel. Later, on reaching the hotel, reach Jodhpur. After refreshment, if the time is 25 km: 45 minutes one way to visit Bishnoi village. Villagers hailing from the Bishnoi caste are considered as guardians of animals. Bishnois are vegetarians and therefore have great honor for all living things. Then see local handicrafts ie shoe makers, pottery men in their traditional attire, women with ancestral silver jewelry, en-route watch and photographing beautiful wildlife – black reindeer, chinkara, peacock, etc. Care by local villagers. After visiting the drive to Jodhpur, you can explore the local market by visiting numerous authentic restaurants. You can choose an open-air restaurant with Rajasthani hospitality endeavoring authentic food and folk music and dance. Get back to the hotel and relax.
Day 16: Jodhpur – Manvar (110 kms: 3 hrs)
After breakfast, check out the hotel and go for a sightseeing tour of the city which includes the Clock Tower, the massive Mehrangarh Fort, the magnificent Jaswant Thada (Tomb of the Great Rajput King: Jaswant Singh), Umaid Bhawan Palace and Museum – one of India is. The most magnificent and regal palace, built by Maharaja Umaid Singh, was designed by the famous architects Edwardian and Henry von Lanchester, who built this marvelous palace, which is a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. A part of the palace has been converted into a hotel, a part of the museum and the remaining part is still in the possession of the royal family. After a visit to Manavar in Devaru. This place falls under the Shergarh region of the Thar Desert and the region has the highest sand dunes. On arrival at the resort. Early evening transfer on camels for a desert safari to Manavar camp site, reaching the camp site by sunset. In the evening, enjoy folk dances and music under the starlight sky, enjoying a theme dinner. Dinner and dinner at the desert resort.
Day 17: Manvar – Jaisalmer (170 kms: 4 hrs)
In the morning you can opt for a jeep safari to explore around the desert village to see your lifestyle, villagers craftsmen, carpenters, metal potters, cobblers. Return to the resort after village safari to visit and drive to Jaisalmer. On arrival transfer to hotel. After refreshments, you can visit Amar Sagar and Mool Sagar Lake and the temples of Ladwara. Also, take a walk with the local market to improve the ambiance of the city. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 18: Jaisalmer
Today after breakfast visit the city of Jaisalmer city, visit the most popular Golden Fort, also known as Sonar Fort and Jaisalmer Fort, this fort is built on the top of Trikuta hill, which has 99 strongholds, the most speculative feature is the Megha Durbar. Also, there are many temples, the fort has amazing havelis built by the rich merchants of the past, especially the havelis, the mansion of Nathmal ji, the mansion of the Patavas, the house of Salim Singh There are splendid mansions with veli, lattice stone and magnificent carvings, which is truly intricate. . Later, visit one of the beautiful lake known as ‘Gadisar lake’, the entrance of the lake is quite artistic and the story behind this lake is the story of the previous day. If time allows and you want to cover more places, you can visit the temples of Amar Sagar and Mool Sagar Lake and Ladwara. In the evening drive to Sam Sand Dunes, the closest location to the Sham Thunder Desert, Sam Sand Dunes appears to be golden sprawling sand as the gateway to the Thar Desert. Enjoy a camel ride on the sand dunes. Get back to the hotel and relax.
Day 19: Jaisalmer – Pokhran – Bikaner (330 kms: 7 – 8 hrs)
After breakfast drive to the hotel and to Bikaner, take a stop at Pokhran on the way: Visit the huge fort of Pokhran. The city of Pokhran was renamed when India’s first nuclear test took place in the 1970s. Pokhran Fort was built in 1532–1584 from yellow sandstone, although it was not typical like some other forts in Rajasthan, it has some magnificent palaces such as Mangal Niwas, Rani Mahal, and Phool Niwas or Phool Mahal; The tour of the Pokhran Museum is quite small inside the fort complex and includes weapons, pottery paintings and costumes worn by the Maharajas. Later continue to Bikaner drive to the hotel. Free for evening rest. Overnight stay at a hotel in Bikaner.
Day 20: Bikaner – Mandawa (190 kms: 5 hrs)
Today after breakfast visit the city of Bikaner, visiting the most popular and magnificent Junagadh fort built by Raja Rai Singh, it was never won during the entire history of Bikaner. There are about 37 magnificent palaces within the fort complex, 7 kilometers around the fort and 37 bastions and 2 huge gates. Later drive to the hotel and to Mandawa, on the way to Deshnok, which is known for the Rat Temple in the world, this temple is 600 years old, dedicated to Goddess Karni Mata, the temple built by King Ganga Singh of Bikaner Gaya, the temple is decorated with silver carvings and marble stones. To check for later arrival at a heritage hotel, continue the drive to the medieval city of Mandawa, Rajasthan. Mandawa is also known as the ‘open-air art gallery’ of Rajasthan. In the evening you can roam the narrow streets of the local city, see the locals and shops. Later, enjoy traditional music and dance, live performances by local artists during gala dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 21: Mandawa – Delhi (230 kms: 5 hrs) – Hometown
After breakfast, visit the city of Mandawa, visiting especially known Havelis: Binsidhar Chokhani, Nayatiya, and Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli. Binsidhar Newatia Haveli is famous for its curious paintings. Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli is known for its erotic paintings and images, which are now mostly spoiled. These havelis are like museums, many havelis built by wealthy merchants as in the old days. Later travel to the hotel and depart towards Delhi, arrival at the airport to board the flight scheduled for the onward journey, the journey concludes with pleasant memories.