JODHPUR – PUSHKAR – JAIPUR – AGRA – DELHI TOURS
DAY 01: JODHPUR–PUSHKAR (245 KM/5 HRS)
Departure for Pushkar. En–route stop at Ajmer to visit ‘Dagah–E–Sharif’which is one of the holiest pilgrim place for Muslims all over the world. After visit of Dargah, it will take a short drive to reach Pushkar. Arrival and check–in at the hotel. Then we will start our sightseeing tour of Pushkar. A city of 500 temples and 52 bathing ghats lies on the edge of a small and beautiful lake, it is also known as holiest Hindu temple town in India due to the presence of ‘Brahma temple’. The temple is the only temple in the world dedicated to Lord Brahma. Visit the Lake, capture photos of the beautiful Bathing Ghats and explore the heritage market for unique handicraft products. Overnight stay.
DAY 02: PUSHKAR–JAIPUR (150 KM/3 HRS)
After breakfast at hotel, we depart for Jaipur. Jaipur (also known as the pink city)is the capital of Rajasthan, and was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1727. It is one of the first planned cities of India and is rich in culture and heritage. After arriving in Jaipur, check–in at the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure to explore the pink city bazaar for shopping or just to take a leisurely walk. Overnight stay.
DAY 03: JAIPUR
In the morning, we go for excursion to Amer Fort
which is perched on a hill. The architecture of the fort is a unique blend of Rajput and Hindu style. Amer is the former citadel of Kachwahas of Amer who had ruled the city. It is a thrilling climb to the fort as its done sitting on an elephant’s back. The Fort is known for cobblestoned pathways with enormous fortification. There are beautiful buildings inside the fort including Sheesh Mahal (palace of glass), Jai Mandir and Sukh Niwas.
Afternoon visit City Palace, the former royal residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Even today, the royal family abides in a part of the palace that is cordoned off for the visitors. It is quite different from other Rajput palaces and forts as apart from the Rajput architecture you can also observe smithereens of Mughal architecture. Not far away from the city palace is Jantar Mantar which possesses various astrological instruments that have impressed astronomers all over the world. Here you will see the largest sundial in the world and one of the best preserved observatories. Return to hotel for overnight stay.
DAY 04: JAIPUR–ABHANERI–FATEHPUR SIKIR–AGRA (250 KM/6 HRS)
After breakfast, get ready to depart for Agra, home to Taj Mahal. But, before reaching Agra, stop en-route at Abhaneri to visit the Chandbauri step well. Continue drive and another stop at Fatehpur Sikri, the best preserved Mughal Palace city in India which was built by Akbar in 16th century. He used the best craftsmen in the country to build the city but unfortunately had to abandon it a few years later after the water system failed. After exploring Fatehpur Sikri, proceed to Agra and check–in at the hotel for overnight stay.
DAY 05: AGRA-DELHI (200 KM/4 HRS)
In the morning, we begin exploring the city of Agra, first visiting one of the Ancient Seven Wonders of the World, “Taj Mahal” It is a mausoleum built by Shah Jahan for his beloved Mumtaz Mahal. It took no less than 22 years to build this architectural wonder and was finally completed in the year 1653. The interiors of Taj Mahal are adorned with highest quality inlay work incorporating semi–precious stones. Taj Mahal is undoubtedly a treat to your eyes and spectacle to watch. Then visit Agra Fort which had been the seat of power of the Mughal dynasty for many centuries. The huge awe–inspiring facades of the fort are a symbol of strength, power and resilience of the might empire. Finally visit Sikandara. Then leave for Delhi. On arrival check in at the hotels. Overnight stay.
DAY 06: DEPARTURE
In time transfer to airport to catch flight for onwards destination.
|Description||Mid Size Car
|6 Days trip to Jodhpur–Pushkar-
Jaipur–Fatehpur Sikri –Agra – Delhi
|TERMS & CONDITIONS|
⋆ All rates are in Indian rupees. We can provide you rates in USD or Euro if you wish.
⋆ The above price includes fuel, parking, insurance, road & toll taxes, and services of driver.
⋆ The price does not include GST which is at present 5% on billing amount.
⋆ The above price does not include any entrance fees, guide fees, meals, hotel accommodation, tips or any other expenses which are not expressly mentioned above.
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