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North India Heritage Tour

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Tour Overview

North India Heritage Tour is one of the most popular tours in India. This tour covers the three most famous destinations in the country, i.e. Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. Delhi is a prominent place in the must-visit list of every tourist because of two reasons, firstly, because it is the national capital and secondly, because it has numerous historical monuments. Jaipur is also a popular tourist destination as it is the capital of the most vibrant state of India, Rajasthan. Last but not the least Agra is another famous attraction for tourists as it has amazing architectural marvels like the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort. So, take up the 11 days North India Heritage Tour and create memories for a lifetime.

Tour highlights

  • Witness the historic sites of Old Delhi and New Delhi

  • Experience the Old Delhi culture by visiting Master Ji Ki Haveli

  • Enjoy the Kingdom of Dream show

  • Visit the famous temples of Delhi

  • Visit the Transport Museum while driving from Delhi to Jaipur

  • Enjoy the Rajasthani cultural dances in Jaipur

  • Get to know more about the block printing in Jaipur

  • Village Walk in Jaipur

  • Bollywood movie show at Raj Mandir in Jaipur

  • Shopping in the local markets of Jaipur

  • Explore Abhaneri and Fatehpur Sikri on way to Agra

  • Enjoy “Mohabbat the Taj Show” in Agra

  • Enjoy the cooking demo & dinner with a local family in Agra

  • Visit the Taj Mahal in Agra

  • Visit ISCKON Vrindavan and also enjoy Prasadam (Lunch)

  • Boat ride on River Ganges

  • Interact with Holy Man/Palmist

  • Visit Silk weavers’ village Saray Mohana in Varanasi


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Day 01 Arrival in Delhi & Half day city tour of New Delhi

Arrive Delhi and transfer to Hotel. Hotel check-in time is 14:00hrs (Noon)

Delhi is the capital of India, which has been destroyed and reconstructed several times in the past. Since the city is exciting enough to delight all types of tourists, it is referred to as the City of Cities. Several rulers have reigned over the capital. That is why the city is brimful of historic monuments, which speak volumes about the lifestyle of the royals. Moreover, they represent the finest specimens of architecture. Old Delhi is a maze of small lanes and old buildings while New Delhi has a large road with huge buildings.

Afternoon visit of New Delhi – You will visit the historic Qutub Minar which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the tallest minaret in India which was constructed by Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak in the twelfth century. Thereafter you will visit Humayun’s Tomb, another UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a peaceful place where one can spend some peaceful moments marveling at the beauty of the place. Afterward, you can visit the India Gate which is a war memorial dedicated to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the protection of the nation from enemies. Later, you will pass through the Parliament House, President’s House, and other Government Secretarial Buildings, and the final stop will be Lakshmi Narayan Temple, a temple dedicated to Lakshmi and Lord Narayana.

The rest of the day is free.

Overnight stay is at the hotel in the capital city of India, Delhi.

Day 02 Visit of Master Ji Ki Haveli, Old Delhi Tour& Kingdom of Dream show

Start the day with an early morning tour to Master Ji Ki Haveli through the markets of Old

Delhi. This tour will help to explore the riches of the city: culture, heritage, history and gastronomy in a fun and exciting way. The tour includes exploring the streets of Delhi on foot and by rickshaw. The tour will take you through the narrow streets and bazaars of old Delhi, where one can see and know the basic ingredients used in traditional Indian meals.

The route covers:

Heritage & Bazaar Walk, Cycle rickshaw ride, few hidden treasures, some street food tasting for those who feel adventurous, a complimentary meal in a haveli (an old private mansion in the old city in which a single-family is living from generations)

Later proceed for the city tour of Delhi. Visit the major attractions of the Old Delhi which was constructed by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the seventeenth century. Visit of Raj Ghat, the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation. Thereafter, visit the museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi where e to witness various relics and attractions dedicated to him. Then drive to visit Jama Masjid (Jama Mosque) (passing by two gems of Delhi, Red Fort and Chandni Chowk). Red Fort is a famous monument constructed entirely out of red stone whereas Chandni Chowk is one of the busiest markets of Old Delhi. Jama mosque was built by Shah Jahan and is one of the biggest mosques in India. A short rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk could be quite interesting as this part of the city is quite crowded as it is full of shops. The region is a shopper’s paradise as here tourists can find almost everything and can also enjoy local delicacies.

You will return to the hotel for having some rest.

In the evening you will proceed to enjoy the show at the Kingdom of Dreams in Gurgaon.


Kingdom of Dreams is a wonderful destination, situated at the apex of the Golden Triangle of Jaipur, Agra, and Delhi. The entire complex portrays a fusion of Indian art, culture, heritage, craft, etc. in a lively form, along with a tinge of technological advancement.

Nautanki Mahal demonstrates a beautifully cinematic and musical theatre show.

Showshaa Theatre shows a mock wedding and a circus showing Indian talent. The show also highlights Indian mythology.

Culture Gully is an elaborate avenue of culture, arts, crafts, and food.

iifa Buzz is an amazing cafe based on the theme of Bollywood.

This destination is a new world in itself. Hence, it is perfect for all, irrespective of age and interests.



Zangoora – The Gypsy Prince is the first musical show based on Bollywood. It is a new genre of entertainment in which a story is told using Bollywood style songs and dance performances. It also includes sound, light, animation, special effects, stunts, magic, aerial choreography, stagecraft, technical wizardry, etc. Hence, visitors can enjoy a world-class theatre performance in the Nautanki Mahal. Some of the most talented artists from Bollywood, Television, Theatre, and live events come together to make the event a success.

This place has:

  • An air-conditioned 'indoor street of India' spread over 100,000 sq feet under a fabulous sky dome
  • An air-conditioned 'indoor street of India' spread over 100,000 sq feet under a fabulous sky dome
  • A kaleidoscope of India's unique cultural diversity
  • A vibrant space that offers a unique Indian experience
  • 14 State Pavilions
  • Themed Restaurants
  • Street Bars
  • Live Arts & Crafts Village
  • The India Tea House & Library
  • Coffee Shop
  • Ethnic Jewelry Store
  • Indian Home Decor Store
  • Mystic Centre
  • Carnival of Indian Folk Art & Dance every day

This show operates daily except Monday. The Show starts at 1900hrs and it continues for 02 hrs. Then guests can have dinner at Cultural Gully, and after the dinner depart for the hotel.

Overnight stay is at the hotel in the capital city of India, Delhi.

Day 03 Temple tour in Delhi

Have breakfast at the hotel and proceed to visit Akshardham Temple. Also referred to as Delhi Akshardham or Swaminarayan Akshardham, the complex displays traditional Hindu and Indian culture, spirituality, and architecture. The building was inspired and developed by Pramukh Swami Maharaj, the spiritual head of the Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha, whose 3,000 volunteers helped 7,000 artisans construct Akshardham.

Then proceed for Lotus Temple. It is a Bahá’í Temple shaped like the lotus flower. It has won numerous architectural awards. Like all other Bahá’í Houses of Worship, the temple can be accessed by all irrespective of religion or any other distinction. The Bahá’í laws mention that not only the holy scriptures of the Bahá’í Faith but scriptures of other religions can also be read or chanted inside the temple in any language; while readings and prayers can be performed by choirs. However, the use of musical instruments is forbidden in the temple. Furthermore, there is no predetermined pattern of worshipping in the temple. Ritualistic ceremonies can also not take place.

Later visit the Sikh Temple, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent Sikh gurudwaras in Delhi. It is popular for its association with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan.

Overnight stay is at the hotel in the capital city of India, Delhi.

Day 04 Delhi to Jaipur by road (Driving time approx. 05hrs)

Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Check out and drive towards Jaipur. En-route visiting Heritage Transport Museum

The Heritage Transport Museum is situated on a three-acre plot, off National Highway 8 at Gurgaon (Delhi NCR)

The museum demonstrates how the transportation system has developed in India over the years. It highlights the importance of transport in commuting from one place to another. Being the first museum of its kind in India, it encourages tourists to learn more about the transport system of the country.

Continue your drive towards Jaipur.

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan gets its name from Maharaja Jai Singh who built this city. There are several forts and palaces in the city, which boast of marvelous architecture and glorious past. In the 18th century, Prince of Wales had visited Jaipur and the entire city was painted in pink color due to which this city is also known as the pink city. The origin of Jaipur goes back to more than 260 years.

Arrive Jaipur and get transferred to your hotel.

Overnight stay is at the hotel in Jaipur.

Day 05 Tour of Amer for and Walk tour of Amber village

Breakfast at Hotel and proceed for the city tour of Jaipur. Begin with the visit of Amer Fort. Amer fort also known as Amer Palace was the earlier capital of Jaipur

Note: At the Amer fort, Elephant rides are available to ascend to the entry gate but we do not recommend it and our intention is not to harm or to use the animal for entertainment or any commercial use. We never organize any activity or program in which animals are used for entertainment.

There is a jeep ride available as well. To feast your eyes on the majestic Asian Elephant, you can opt for a day visit from Jaipur itself to Elefantastic where experiences like feeding, walking & washing are offered to the guest without causing any trouble to the elephants. "

Optional - You will be ascending (one way) the fort on an elephant's back( one way) on twin sharing basis & descend the fort by jeep.

Made up of red sandstone, the magnificent fort was commissioned by Raja Man Singh. The fort contains four sections, each with a courtyard. Surajpol having beautiful architecture is the main entrance gate of the fort. The fort has a temple dedicated to Goddess Sila Devi near Ganesh Gate. Other wonderful structures inside the fort are Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of public audience), Diwan-e-Khas (Hall of private audience), Sheesh Mahal (Palace of mirrors), and Sukh Niwas. Sukh Niwas is a place where visitors can experience the pleasant wind blowing over a scenic water cascade.

After the Amer fort tour proceed for a walking tour of Amber Village.

Amber Village Walk tour

The ancient town of Amber used to serve as the capital of Jaipur in early times. Later, the royal family and most of the residents shifted to the newly-built city of Jaipur. Gradually, the town was lost. Though Amber Palace is a must-visit site in Jaipur, only a few visitors are interested in knowing more about the rich heritage of the town.

Proceed for a fascinating heritage walking tour to rediscover the treasures of the long-forgotten ancient town of Amber. The town provides an extraordinary experience to tourists as it is full of ancient temples and historic structures, along with a textile museum.

Significant Tour Highlights

  • Jagat Shiromani Temple – Dedicated to Lord Krishna, it is a 16th-century temple. The temple features marvelous structures portraying various characters from Hindu mythology.
  • Ambikeshwar Temple is an ancient Shiva temple older than Amber Fort. According to popular legend, the Shiva linga is sinking deeper into the ground every year which is a mysterious happening for all.
  • Narsingh Haveli, one of the impressive Havelis of this ancient town which is now beautifully renovated to bring it back of its original glory
  • Panna Miah Kund, a spectacular example of a traditional step well that was built by one of Jai Singh’s eunuchs.
  • Anokhi Museum (Optional) of Hand Printing is located in a splendid mansion from the 16th century. Housing an excellent collection of both traditional and contemporary textiles made using a variety of different techniques.

The afternoon visit is scheduled for Maharaja City Palace, which is a royal palace with seven storeys as well as Jantar Mantar, the observatory. This wonderful observatory attracts mathematicians as well as astronomers of the whole world. City Palace represents a fusion of Mughal, Rajput, and European architectural styles. Another palace, Hawa Mahal is popular all over the world for its magnificent architecture. You will be taken through the pink rose garden as well as the business centers of Jaipur. A tour of Jaipur is not complete without shopping. Jaipur is renowned for carpets, clothes, jewelry, handicrafts, and silk paintings, and miniatures, precious and semi-precious gemstones.

Later in the evening proceed to Hotel Narain Niwas Place for your Dinner (Enjoy you Dinner with local folk dance and music)

Overnight at Hotel in the pink city of Rajasthan, Jaipur

Day 06 In Jaipur

Morning Breakfast at hotel and proceed for Bagru Excursion famous for Block Printing

Known for its unique art of Block Printing, Bagru is a small town in the outskirts of Jaipur which has emerged as one of the industrial areas for textile printing in Rajasthan with over 100 cottage scale workshops. While traveling to Rajasthan, there is no parallel to seeing Artists at work and learn an age-old art they have been practicing over generations. Block Printing is an art of printing natural colors on different fabrics using finely carved ‘designer’ wooden blocks. The art involves multiple processes like Washing, Color making, Block making, Reverse printing, Multiple printing, boiling, drying, etc.

During the Workshop, first, take a village tour visiting different houses where each family is engaged in one of the processes of Block printing. Then, try our skills to make a beautiful block printed fabric using designer blocks under the supervision of Master artisan.

Highlights of the Experience

  • Understanding the industry from a local perspective
  • Learning the process of color making
  • Witnessing the process of Block Printing
  • Block Carving Technique
  • Village walk and visiting local houses of artists
  • Do it yourself activity to print your scarf

Return to Jaipur.

Now explore the fascinating Pink City and take a stroll inside little known lanes of the Walled City, where the old ways of life continue uninterrupted.

Walk through bustling markets loaded with selling colorful dresses, jewelry spices, and flowers. Vendors selling delicious Indian sweets and savory delicacies, Observe local artisans in their workshops; jewelers and silversmiths, gold and silver foil makers and meet with the native residents.

Explore bustling craft bazaar, housing, wedding card, bangle makers, gold and silver casters, gemstone traders; this market is truly an art lover’s delight

Visit a 150 years old private residence and join the family for a cup of tea in their beautifully decorated drawing room

Sample a large variety of Indian snacks like Samosa &Kachoris. For those with a sweeter tooth, try some local sweets of Jaipur like Mal Pua & Rabri.

Visit a deserted historic Haveli decked with superb frescos, narrating the silent story of its once glorious past.

Walk through local markets and witness colorful traditional dresses, turban makers, and perfume and flower sellers.

In the evening enjoy the Bollywood movie show at Jaipur’s famous Cinema Hall “Raj Mandir”

Evening return back to the hotel

Overnight at Hotel in the pink city of Rajasthan, Jaipur

Day 07 Jaipur to Agra by road via Abhaneri & Fatehpur Sikri (Driving time approx.07hrs)

Breakfast at Hotel check out and drive towards Agra en-route visiting Abhaneri and Fatehpur Sikri.

Abhaneri is located approximately 95 km from Jaipur and is famous for Harshat Mata Temple and Chand Baori Step-well. Chanda Baori step-well is one of the biggest step-wells in India and was used to store water during ancient days to meet the requirements during summers. The famous Harshat Mata Temple is located right in front of this step-well

Continue the drive towards Fatehpur Sikri.

Arrive Fatehpur Sikri– It is built in the 16th century by Emperor Akbar. Fatehpur Sikri is a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fortified town is brimful of historic monuments, boasting of splendid Mughal architecture. You will visit Jama Masjid, followed by the Tomb of Salim Chishti, the five-storied Panch Mahal, and Buland Darwaza a graceful monument and stupendous piece of beautiful architectures. It is a beautiful portico with three arched entrances and is locally popular as Horseshoe Gate. You will also visit the other historic buildings such as Ibadat Khana, Mariam-uz-Zamani’s Palace, Naubat Khana, and Birbal’s house.

Continue the drive towards Agra.

Agra the former capital of Hindustan is a city on the banks of the river Yamuna. Agra is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in India. It forms the Golden Triangle, along with Delhi and Jaipur. Agra is also known as Akbarabad went through its peak during the time of Mughals and was the capital of under the Mughal rulers Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan.

Arrive Agra, and transfer to Hotel

Evening enjoy the love show MOHABBAT THE TAJ SHOW

The world of romance and eternal love personified in the epic love story of the emperor Shah Jahan and his beloved Mumtaz Mahal is woven into the mesmerizing Dance-Drama, Mohabbat the Taj.

Set in the 16th century, the dance-drama portrays the lavish lifestyle of the Mughal era. The highlight of the show is a replica of the Taj Mahal in Makrana marble weighing 8,500 kg with inlay work which presents various moods and shades, very similar to the original Taj Mahal. The characters appear beautiful in colorful costumes. Moreover, the perfect backdrop makes the entire event an alluring sight to behold. It portrays the liveliness of Mughals.

Overnight stay is at Hotel in the city of Taj Mahal, Agra.

Day 08 In Agra

Early morning proceed to visit the famous Taj Mahal on Sunrise. It is one of the wonders of the world and is a famous mausoleum that was constructed by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal and is considered a symbol of their love. Taj Mahal is made out of white marble and is an amazing spectacle.

Tea with Taj view

Everybody visiting Agra wishes to spend maximum time at the Taj Mahal. Unfortunately, there is neither a café or restaurant is available inside the Taj Mahal complex, nor anyone are allowed to carry any eatables inside the Taj. We have identified a place where the guests can have a wonderful view of the Taj and at the same time, they can enjoy Tea and Coffee.

This is called "Tea with a view of Taj Mahal", first of its kind in the city. In this program, we take our guests to a rooftop where they can spend as much time as they want and have Tea/Coffee with light snacks.


Return to Hotel for Breakfast.

Thereafter, visit the famous Agra Fort, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is another architectural marvel that houses various attractions like Jahangir Place, Khas Mahal, Diwan-e-Aam, and Diwan-e-Khas.

Also, visit the Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah -Some of the finest examples of architecture in the world; Agra is a historian's paradise. The Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah was constructed by the Mughal queen Nur Jahan between 1622 and 1628 where her father Itimad-ud-Daulah was buried. Itimad-ud-Daulah or Mirza Ghiyas-ud-din or Ghiyas Beg was the father of Nur Jahan, the Mughal empress, and wife of Jahangir.

Today evening enjoy the Cooking Demo & Dinner with a local family

Undoubtedly the best way to truly understand a country and its people is to visit them in their home, discuss their culture and history & have their Food!

A Feast for the senses, this gives tourists an authentic Indian Home& Kitchen Experience; providing a window into the culinary & cultural heritage of India.

Experience the Cooking Demonstration followed by Dinner& Interaction with Indian Family

A Culinary Experience suited for the culinary enthusiast. Delectable Indian cuisine to learn, relish & cherish for life. This experience combines demonstration of Indian cuisine followed by indulging the tummy and heart with the delicacies cooked and interaction with an Indian family.

Overnight stay is at Hotel in the city of Taj Mahal, Agra.

Day 09 Agra to Delhi en-route visiting Mathura ISCKON Temple (Driving time approx. 04hrs)

Delhi – Varanasi (By flight)

Breakfast will be at Hotel. Check out and transfer by road to Delhi. En-route visiting ISCKON Temple in Vrindavan

The ISKON temple situated in the Raman Reti area of Vrindavan has a special significance for devotees of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. This grand temple represents the fulfilled dream of Srila Prabhupada, Founder-Acharya of ISKCON, who wished to construct a temple of unmatched beauty for worshipping the inspirational brothers Krishna and Balram in the same village, where they used to play thousands of years ago.

Also, have Prasadam (Lunch) at Govinda Restaurant. The New Govinda Restaurant at Vrindavan promotes pure vegetarianism by serving delicious prasadam.

Continue your drive towards Delhi.

Arrive Delhi and transfer to the airport in time to connect the flight for Varanasi.

Arrival in Varanasi transferred to hotel.

Varanasi also called Benaras or Banaras or Kashi is said to be the oldest living city in the world, dating back to 5000 years. It is perceived as the Spiritual Capital of India. Hindus believe that death in Varanasi leads to salvation. Varanasi is one of the oldest inhabited cities on Earth. It is a major tourist destination for tourists seeking spirituality in India.

Overnight at hotel in the oldest city of Hindu religion, Varanasi

Day 10 City tour of Varanasi

Early morning boat ride on river Ganges. Two of the most renowned ghats- Manikarnika and Harishchandra are visited by hundreds of devotees. These two ghats are quite famous not only for taking a holy dip but also for cremation purposes. It is strongly believed by Hindus that whoever dies in Varanasi and gets cremated on the bank of river Ganga achieves salvation, thereby releasing him form this birth cycle. You may spot various funeral pyres burning around these ghats.

Return to Hotel for Breakfast.

After breakfast, you will interact with a Holy Man/Palmist at the hotel who will give you the spiritual lecture/experiences. In this session, He will tell you about the History of Hindu Mythology, rituals, different communities of Hindu and he will also explain that how they live their routine lives. One can also ask any question and clear your doubts.

Later follow the city tour of Varanasi - Hindus holiest city and one of the oldest living cities in the world.

It is said that Varanasi was already there when Rome was discovered. The city was an important trade center in the times when Buddha visited Sarnath to preach his first sermon. The city had a significant religious role when Chinese traveler Hiuen Tsang visited it in the 7th century. Visit the Bharat Mata Temple with a big relief map of India in marble, Durga Temple, Tulsi Manas Mandir, Banaras Hindu University which has an Art Gallery and the Mosque of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb built on the site of an ancient Hindu Temple.

In the evening boat ride on river Ganges to experiences the ceremony of Aarti to the river Ganges, The great 'Aarti' to the Ghat(Banks) of Dasashwamedh is held every sunset by five priests dressed in white. These five young people choreographed movements worship the river goddess with incense, camphor, flowers and mud lamps. The river appears beautiful as thousands of lit earthen lamps are immersed in the holy waters of the River Ganges.

Overnight at hotel in the oldest city of Hindu religion, Varanasi

Day 11 Varanasi – Visit Sarnath and Village Walk

Breakfast will be at Hotel. Check out and proceed to visit the buried Buddhist city where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon, Sarnath was a renowned school of learning from 6th century B.C. to 12th century AD. Visit the ruins, stupa, museum, and Buddhist temple.

After this visit the typical silk weaver’s village where one can have good experience of silk weaving.

The Village name is Saray Mohana, it is also known as weavers’ village of Varanasi. The Saray Mohana is well known for its silk weaving as most of the locals here are indulge in silk weaving. The Banarasi sarees made by these waivers are among the finest saris in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery. In the village of Saray Mohana, they will get to know with the craftsmanship of the weavers with their distinct design. The people of Saray Mohana are working hard on designing these sarees to keep its uniqueness. And to get a result, a sari can take from 15 days to one month and sometimes up to six months to complete

Later transfer to the airport in time to connect the flight to Delhi

Arrive at Delhi airport and remain in transit at the airport to board the flight for onward destination.

End of the Tour

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Market Visit & Cooking Class followed by Meal

Duration :3 – 3.5 hours

Cooking Class followed by Meal

Duration :2 -2.5 hours

Indian Family Meal Experience

Duration :1.5 - 2 hours

Delhi Shopping Tour

Duration :4 hours

Yoga at famous Lodhi Garden In Delhi

Duration :2 hours

Zangoora at Kingdom of Dreams (Temporarily closed)

Duration :3 hours

Jhumroo at Kingdom of Dreams

Duration :3 hours

Sound and Light Show at Red Fort in Delhi

Duration :1 hours


Elephant orphanage to understand this animal

Duration :3-4 hours

Local Art & Craft Workshops

Duration :3 hours

Block Printing Workshops

Duration :3 hours

Yoga & Meditation

Duration :1.5 hours

Indian Symbolic Wedding

Duration :5 hours

Indian Cooking Family Dinner & Haveli Dinner

Duration :3 hours

Sky Waltz Balloon Safari In Jaipur

Duration :2.5 hours

Sky Waltz Balloon Safari In Ranthambore

Duration :2.5 hours

Sky Waltz Balloon Safari In Pushkar

Duration :2.5 hours

Culture Walk

Duration :5 hours


Mohabbat The Taj Show

Duration :80 minutes

Traditional Indian Welcome

Duration :15-20 minutes

Tonga Ride

Duration :05-10 minutes

Agra Walk

Duration :90 minutes

Agra Food Trail

Duration :1-2 hours

Cooking Demonstration and Family Dinner

Duration :2 hours


Sarnath tour

Duration :3 hours

Varanasi Photographic tour

Duration :3 hours

Walking tour in Varanasi

Duration :3 hours

Varanasi Morning Sunrise Boat tour

Duration :3 hours

Dasawamedh Ghat tour

Duration :4 hours

Yoga and Meditation in Varanasi

Duration :1 hours

Heritage walk in Varanasi

Duration :3-4 hours

Spritual Varanasi Tour

Duration :3 hours

Witness Varanasi Evening Prayer ceremony with private boat

Duration :3-4 hours

Varanasi Tuk Tuk Tour

Duration :2 hours


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