10 Days |
With well-planned tour of some of the most important places in India. India is one of the most diverse countries in the world, from people to various kinds of cultures that can be found, which makes India a colourful society. Our tour will help you travel across the country, help you visit Mumbai, the city of dreams, Delhi, the capital city known for its historical monuments, Jaipur, the city of various kinds of royals and palaces, Amritsar, the golden and prestigious city of the Sikhs, and Agra, the city that houses the monument of love.
Between all of this, we will also help you get a peek at the local styles and living methods of people across country. What’s more, we will help you witness the beauty of the country in-between our travels and destinations as well!
Here is what you will find with us on your tour with us:
A colorful experience of India.
Visit various temples and monuments in the country.
Your visits will be accompanied by a tour and an explanation of the history of the place.
Once you arrive in Mumbai, one of our representatives will come and greet you. Our representatives will then take you to your pre-booked hotel in Mumbai. Mumbai is also known as seven islands, because it includes islands such as Colaba, Old Women’s Island, Madgaon, Parel, Matunga-Sion, Mahim, etc. The city of Mumbai houses Bollywood and allows you to visit some of the most magnificent places in the country, including religious pilgrimages.
You are free to visit the nearby places or stay at the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.
On your second day with us, we will help you kickstart your day with a visit to Gateway of India. This arch monument was built in 1911, to celebrate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder. From here, we will help take a trip to the Elephanta Caves with the help of a boat ride. We will help you spend half of your day at the Elephanta Caves. These caves are located only 10 km away from the city and are on the Arabian Sea. These caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are a collection of various cave temples which are dedicated to the Hindu God, Lord Shiva. There are even two Buddhist caves. All of these temples date back to the 5th and 8th century.
Next, we will help you visit the Bollywood city, which is one of the most popular attractions in Mumbai. You will be able to observe various sets and filming equipment here. Next, we will help you to visit the beautiful Hanging Gardens, which are located beautiful slopes of the Malabar Hills as well as Kamla Nehru Park. The Hanging Gardens are known for their picturesque beauty and allows you to view the Chowpatty Beach as well.
Next we will continue to visit the Mani Bhawan, which is a museum that sheds light on the life of Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi; Prince of the Wales Museum, which is now the The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya and is known to house many artifacts and Dhobi-Ghat, which is a large open-air laundromat in Mumbai. We will help you get back to the hotel for an overnight stay at your hotel in Mumbai.
Next day, we will help you leave Mumbai and take you to the airport, from there we will help you catch a flight to Jaipur. The Pink City of India is an amalgamation of heroic stories of different kinds of kings and boasts majestic palaces, all of which are uniquely structured. The bazaars of the city are lined with authentic handicrafts and various kinds of different objects.
Once we arrive in the city, we will help you find your way to the hotel.
On your fourth day, we will help you visit Jaipur. First on our list is Amer Fort, which was earlier known as Amer Palace. We will help you get to the fort and help you ascend from the fort on an elephant back. The fort was built by Raja Man Singh and is made of red sandstone. There are various entrances, but Surajpol is the main entrance to the palace. The name for the entrance comes from the fact that direct sunlight falls on the gate and is structured brilliantly. The fort has four sections, each complete with its own courtyard. The fort also includes a temple dedicated to Goddess Sila Devi near the Ganesh Gate. The fort also houses various halls, namely, Diwan-e-Aam, which is a hall of public audience, Diwan-e-Khas, which is the hall of private audience, Sheesh Mahal , which is literally the palace of mirrors and Sukh Niwas, which is a hall where pleasant climate is created by winds that blow over a water cascade.
Next, we will help you explore the Maharaja City Palace, which goes up to seven stories. The palace also includes Jantar Mantar, the observatory. The palace’s structure is made with Mughal, Rajput and European styles. The observatory has attracted many mathematicians and astronomers from around the world. Last but not least, we will help you explore the pink rose garden, various business centers and take you shopping. You can find authentic handicrafts and mirrored garments in the markets of Jaipur; you may also find silk paintings and miniatures as well as precious or semiprecious jewelry pieces. After our day, we will help you to find your way back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
On your 5th day, we will help you travel to Agra, a city in Uttar Pradesh. Enroute, we will stop at Abhaneri village, which is a village in the Dausa district of Rajasthan state. This village falls on the Jaipur-Agra road and is famous for Chand Baori step well and Harshat Mata Temple. The village was known as Abha Nagri, which meant "city of brightness," but over time the name came to be Abhaneri. Both Chand Baori step well and Harshat Mata Temple are known for their distinguished structure.
Furthermore, the village is also known for its 'Baoris,' which were invented to collect rainwater for harvest. These tanks also found use during parched times as well. Chand Baori is the most popular one out of the many in the village. Steps take you to the tank, and there are three ways of getting up there. Furthermore, the tank is located in front of the Harshat Mata Temple. The carved tanks are a sight to behold.
We will then continue our journey towards Agra, which used to be the capital of the Mughal Empire once. Once we get there, our representatives will help you to get to your pre-booked hotel.
On your 6th Day with us, we will help you tour Agra. Our first stop here is the beautiful monument of love, the Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is a delicately structured complex of white marble, which houses minarets on the sides of the main building. With beautiful inlay work boasted on the walls of the establishment, there are various gardens and ponds as well. This monument was built by Shah Jahan in the fond memory of his wife, who had passed away.
After visiting one of the seven wonders in the world, we will help you explore the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, Agra Fort. This fort is an image of the Red Fort in Delhi. However, there are significant differences in their make, the fort houses, Khas Mahal and Jahangir Palace. Furthermore, there are two halls, Diwan-e-Aam, a hall for public audiences and Diwan-e-Khas, a hall for private audiences. Agra is also famous for inlaid marble work and handicrafts if time permits we will help you find the time to shop in the city as well.
We will then move onto traveling to New Delhi, the capital city of India. Once we get there, we will help you to travel to your pre-booked hotel for an overnight stay.
On your 7th day, we will help you to travel to Amritsar with the help of Swarn Shatabdi, the fastest train in India.
Upon your arrival in the city, we will help you find your way to your pre-booked hotel in the city. You can relax and rest the entire day or go out for some sightseeing on your own. Amritsar is popular because of the massive Sikh pilgrimage site, The Golden Temple. Apart from this, the city has many museums and points of interest. During the Vedic ages, many saints and sages came to visit the city. However, after the influence of Guru Nanak, various kinds of mosques, churches, gurudwaras and various other religious sites propped up.
Your 8th day with us will begin with a tour of the city. Our first stop will be the Golden Temple, which is also known as Darbar Sahib. This site is considered to be one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for the Sikhs and is made around a man-made pool. The temple has four different gates for entrances, which signify that people from any religion are welcome here. The dome of the temple is gilded with gold. The holy book of the Sikhs, The Guru Granth Sahib, is placed in the center of the temple.
Next, we will help you visit the massively popular site, the Jallianwala Bagh. The Jallianwala Bagh is known for the massacre of many Indian Citizens by General Dyer, a general of the British army. Lastly, we will help you to travel to Wagah Border, which is popular for the marches and the end of military practices of the Indian Army and the Pakistani Army at sundown. You will be returned to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Next day, we will help you to travel to Delhi. We will help you get to the railway station, from where we will catch a train to Delhi. Once we get to the city, we will help you to find your way to your pre-booked hotel.
In the afternoon, we will help you to explore Qutub Minar, one of the highest minarets in the world and the highest in India. This monument is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built in 1192 by Turk ruler Qutb-Ud-Din Aibak. After exploring the massive gardens and the monument, we will then help you explore Humayun’s tomb, which is also called Humayun ka Maqbara. The tomb was commissioned by Humayun's first wife, Empress Bega Begum and was designed by Persian architects Mirak Mirza Ghiyas and his son, Sayyid Muhammad. The design of the monument is inspired by Taj Mahal and is one of the most well-preserved monuments in India.
Next, we will help you visit the India Gate, which is made in the memory of a fallen war soldier. Lastly, we will then drive past the Indian parliament and various government buildings.
On your last day, we will help you explore the wonderful sights of old Delhi. Built by Shah Jahan, this place is popular for the mouth-watering delicacies. Some of the food stalls have been here for centuries. Next, we will help you visit the Raj Ghat, which is built in the memory of the Mahatma Gandhi, the father of India. We will also help you visit the museum, which was built to commemorate him. Next, we will help you to drive past the Red Fort, and stop at Old Delhi. We will then help you to explore the majestic Jama Masjid, which was built by Shah Jahan. This majestic building is made with beautiful domes and arches. We will help you find a rickshaw ride through Chandni Chowk if you wish to. Chandni Chowk is one of the busiest markets in the city.
You could enjoy the various food stalls in Chandni Chowk, indulge in some last-minute shopping or simply marvel at one of the oldest markets in the world.
We will then help you to find your way to the airport, from where you will be able to catch a home-bound flight.