Delhi Tour

Taj & Romantic India Tour

Available Destinations: Covering Delhi, Jaipur, Pushkar, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Jaiselmer, Bikaner, Bharatpur, Agra, Delhi, Madras, Tanjore, Madurai, Periyar, Alleppey, Cochin, Coimbatore, Ooty, Mysore, Belur, Halebid, Bangalore & Mumbai
Day 1: Arrive in Delhi for overnight stay.
Day 2: Explore the highlights of Delhi…
    Lotus Temple: A great piece of architecture built in a lotus flower shape.
    Humayun's Tomb: The final resting place of the Mughal emperor Humayun.
    India Gate: A famous war memorial built in memory of soldiers who laid lives for the country.
    Qutab Minar: The famous minaret was built by Quitubuddin AIbak in the year 1199.
    Red Fort: The imposing Red Stone structure built by the Mughal Rulers.
    Safdurjung Tomb: Thus tomb was built by Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah, the son of Safdurjung.
Day 3: Arrive in Jaipur for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Amber Fort: This magnificent structure housed the ancient capital of the State.
    Sheesh Mahal: It is the Hall of Victory glittering with mirrors.
    Maharaja's City Palace: Experience the past opulence of this city in this palace.
    The Observatory: This observatory was made to calculate movement of planets in solar system.
    Ram Niwas Gardens: A beautifully designed lush garden is a must visit.
    Hawa Mahal: The palace on winds is the most prominent building of the city
Day 4: Arrive in Pushkar for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Pushkar Fair: Enjoy the various events and activities in Pushkar fair the whole day. Proceed to Udaipur in the afternoon by road.
Day 5 & 6: Arrive in Udaipur for exploring the highlights of the city.
    City Palace: A regal architectural wonder soaring over the lake on a mount.
    Jag Mandir Island: The lovely palace is in the centre of the lake Pichola.
    Lake Pichola: It is an oasis in the desert, a lovely setting for a romantic dinner..
    Bagore-Ki Haveli: It is a museum having 100 rooms, Rajasthani costumes, modern art and paintings.
Day 7 & 8: Arrive in Mount Abu for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Dilwara Temples: No visit to Abu can be complete without a trip to the famed Dilwara temples.
    Gaumukh Temple: A natural spring that flows that through a sculpted cow's head.
    Guru Shikhar: The highest peak on the mount (1722 meters above the sea level).
    Toad Rock: This rock is so called because of its likeness to gigantic toad about to leap into the water.
    Sunset Point: It provides a lovely view of the setting sun.
    Nakki Lake: This is a beautiful lake picturesquely set amidst hills.
    Achalgarh: This is a medieval monument of Mt Abu, famous for the Achalgarh fort.
    Wild life Sanctuary: Presently the Panther is the apex predator. Other animals found here are Sambar, Jungle Cat, Small Indian Civet, Wolf, Hyena, Jackal, Indian Fox, Common Langoors, Wild Boar, Pangolin, Rate!, Common Mongoose, Indian Hare, Porcupine, Hedgehog, etc.
Day 9: Arrive in Jodhpur for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Meharangarh Fort: The stunning top of hill fortress is one of the biggest forts in India.
    Jaswant Thada: This milky-white marble monument was built in 1899.
    Umaid Bhawan Palace: The fortress has 347 rooms & counted among the premium palaces of India.
    Clock Tower & Markets: It's the place for Shopping.
    Mandore Garden: The gorgeous garden has few monuments of Jodhpur's previous rulers.
Day 10: Arrive in Jaiselmer for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Jaiselmer Fort: This fort was built in 1156. It has lot of interesting poles & traditional Havelis.
    Patwon ki Haveli: These havelis with the Jhala work are beautifully designed & crafted very finely.
    Gadi Sagar Lake: The Lake was once the water supply of the city.
    Sam Sand Dunes: The beautiful sand dune of Sam & camel safari is a must activity there.
    Museums: There are three key museums in Jaiselmer, Desert Culture Museum, Jaiselmer Folklore Museum and Government Museum. All of them are worth to visit.
Day 11:Arrive in Bikaner for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Lal Garh Palace: This is an architectural masterpiece in red sandstone.
    Junagarh This fort is a formidable structure encircled by a moat and has some beautiful palaces.
    Camel Research Farm: This is a Camel breeding farm managed by the Indian government.
    Bhandasar Jain Temple: Beautiful 16th century A.D. Jain temple dedicated to the 13th Tirthankar.
Day 12: Arrive in Mandwa for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Castle Mandawa: This is perfectly positioned in the center of the Shekhavati region.
    The grand havelis: These havelis are a fitting instance of the well-known Shekhavati workmanship.
Day 13 & 14: Arrive in Bharatpur for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary: This is certainly, one of the finest and most renowned wildlife sanctuaries in the entire India. It is the only wildlife sanctuary in India that is artificially made by a Maharaja. One of the finest bird sanctuaries in the world, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is located in Bharatpur city of Rajasthan and also known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Indigenous water birds and the migratory water birds in the sanctuary include Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and Boar.
Day 15: Arrive in Agra for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Tajmahal: The world famous monument of love.
    Agra Fort: The red stone immense structure, overlooking the Taj.
    Fatehpur Sikri: It is the famous ghost town, which Akbar envisioned as capital of his Mughal Kingdom.
    Sikandra: It is the final resting place of the greatest of all Mughal kings Akbar.
    Mathura & Vrindavan: They are related to the birth place of Lord Krishna.
    Kapaleeswara: Masterpiece of Dravidian style, it is an ancient Shiva temple & biggest temple in Chennai.
    Sri Parthasarathy Temple: This Temple is one of the oldest temples dedicated to Lord Krishna.
    Santhomre Cathedral Church: Made in 1504, this Church has remains of St. Thomas the Apostle.
    Fort St. George: Built in 1640 AD, Fort St. George was the first bastion of British power of India.
    The Snake Park: This Park has lizards, crocodiles and turtles, and is a nice place to visit in Chennai.
    The Theosophical Society: The Society is set in a tranquil spot on the banks of the Adyar River.
    Marina Beach: The Marina Beach extends 13 km along the Bay of Bengal.
    The National Art Gallery: The famous gallery, housing renowned work of artistes from all across south.
    BM Birla Planetarium: Watch the stars come down at the planetarium.
Day 16: Arrive in Tanjore for exploring the highlights of the city
    Sri Brihadeshwara Temple: Built by Chola King in 10th Century AD, it is example of Chola architecture.
    The Palace: The Palace near the temple is a vast building of masonry built by the Nayak around 1550 AD.
    Art Gallery: This gallery houses a fine collection of granite & bronze statues of the Chola's dynasty.
    Saraswati Mahal Library: It has 30,000 palm leaf & paper manuscripts in Indian & European languages.
    Schwartz Church: It was built in 1779 AD for the Rev. C. V. Schwartz of the Danish mission.
    Thiruvaiyaru: Just 13 Kms from city, this place is famous for Thyagaraja lived & attained eternity here.
Day 17 & 18: Arrive in Madurai for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Meenakshi Temple: This is city's main attraction and is placed in the heart of the old town.
    The Vishnu Temple: It is located at a distance of 21 Kms northwest of Madurai.
    Nuburagangai Spring: It is a natural spring that is located near to Vishnu Temple.
    Thirumalai Nayak Palace: This Indo-Saracenic building was constructed in 1523.
    The Gandhi Museum: The 300-year-old palace now turned into Museum.
    Mariamman Teppakulam: This enormous temple tank is fed by water from the Vaigai River.
Day 19: Arrive in Periyar for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: This is the main attraction and is the favourite haunt of Elephants.
    The Periyar Lake: This Lake offers water to all wild life, and watching them by boat is indeed a pleasure. In the morning, take a boat cruise on the lake to get a closer look at the wild elephants. Later drive to reach the small beautiful town of Alleppey situated on the backwaters of Kerala.
Day 20: Arrive in Alleppey for exploring the highlights of the town.
    Alleppey Beach: This is an ideal place to sit and relax.
    Ambalapuzha: This Sree Krishna Temple is famous through out Kerala.
    Karumadikkuttan: This place is known for its 10th century Karumadikkuttan statue, a black granite figure.
    Champakulam: The water logged village is famous for snake boats participating in annual boat races.
    The St. Mary Forane Church: Built in 427 AD, it is another major attraction famous for its mural paintings.
Day 21: Arrive in Cochin for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Bolghatty Palace: Bolghatty Palace is a Dutch palace, situated on the Bolghatty Island.
    Chinese Fishing Nets: The Chinese fishing nets found here are the only ones of its kind in India.
    Dutch Palace: The Dutch Palace was originally built by the Portuguese in 17th century.
    Fort Kochi beach: It is wonderful beach for a walk along the beach at sunset.
    Hill Palace: Built in the 19th century by Raja of Kochi, the palace has been converted into a museum.
    Jewish Synagogue: This synagogue, adorned by Chinese tiles & Belgian chandeliers, was built in 1568.
    St. Francis Church: St. Francis Church is the oldest church built by Europeans in India.
Day 22: Arrive in Coimbatore for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Perur Temple: Perur Temple in Coimbatore is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
    Mudumalai Temple: This is a famous temple of South India, and considered to be a very sacred place.
    Annamalai Wildlife Sanctuary: Located at a height of 1400m, this wildlife sanctuary is home to a rich variety of animals, including, elephant, tiger, pangolin, jackal, wild dog and civet & rare species of birds.
    Siruvani Waterfalls: This waterfall is a gorgeous place which attracts a number of tourists.
Day 23: Arrive in Ooty for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Botanical Garden: Botanical gardens are a major tourist attraction for those who visit Ooty.
    Government Museum: The Government Museum has items of tribal objects, district's ecological details and representative sculptural arts and crafts of Tamil Nadu.
    Kalhatty Falls: The Kalhatty falls the water here cascades down a height of 122m.
    Kandal Cross Shrine: Kandal cross, a Roman Catholic Shrine considered, as the Jerusalem of the East.
    Mini Garden and Rose Garden: The Rose Garden is situated about 3 to 4-km away from Charring Cross.
    Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park: The Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary is located where the Nilgiri Hills, the offshoot of the Western Ghats meet the Eastern Ghats.
    Ooty Lake: The beautiful Ooty Lake is a favourite haunt of tourists. It was constructed in the year 1825.
Day 24 & 25: Arrive in Mysore for exploring the highlights of the city.
    The Mysore Palace: Once the residence of Wodeyars, this Palace is one of the largest in India.
    Chamundi Hill: This is a 12th century temple of Chamundeeswri, with a 4.8 meter tall monolith of Nandi the sacred vehicle of Lord Shiva.
    The Jagan Mohan Palace: The palace is an art gallery houses paintings dating back to 19th century.
    St. Philomena's Church: Built in 1956, this cathedral is one of the largest churches in the country
    Vrindavan Gardens: This beautiful garden close to KRS dam is famous for lighting and musical fountains.
Day 26: Arrive in Belur & Halebid for exploring the highlights of the towns. Relocate to Belur and see the superbly preserved Chennkesava Temple. Later visit Halebid temple, which is only 10 Kms from Belur. In the evening, drive to Bangalore; the garden capital city of Karnataka.
Day 27 & 28: Arrive in Bangalore for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium: Explore the fascinating world of astronomy through the shows.
    The Fort and Palace of Tipu Sultan: A fascinating example of 18th century Indian military architecture.
    Lal Bagh: Trees, flowers, bushes and plants dominates this garden of Bangalore.
    Vidhan Soudha: The commanding granite building, houses both the Secretariat and State Legislature.
    Cubbon Park: It contains various species of trees and an aquarium with a multitude of fishes, the City Central Library of rare books, a children's playground, and an old toy train; the Puttani Express to takes a ride around park.
    Ulsoor Lake: A picturesque lake with several tree-shaded islands in it, ideal for picnicking.
    Jamma Masjid: The oldest mosque in the city is an imposing one.
    Ganga Dhareshware Temple (Cave Temple): Another temple built by Kempe Gowda and known for its four monolithic pillars and rare idol of Agni, the God of fire.
Day 29: Arrive in Mumbai for exploring the highlights of the city.
    Gateway of India: Built way back in 1911 to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, This place is also the departing point for ferries plying to Elephanta Island.
    Prince of Wales Museum: This is a must visit for the historians.
    Crawford Market: This busy market area is best visited early on in the day.
    Victoria Terminus: This is architecturally one of the finest stations in world built by the British in 1888.
    National Gallery of Modern Art: This displays the best of Indian contemporary art.
    Maha Laxmi Temple: The Temple is a popular holy site as Maha Laxmi is the goddess of wealth.
    Siddhi Vinayak Temple: This temple dedicated to Ganesh was rebuilt on the site of a 200-year old temple.
    Juhu Beach: This suburban beach is great hangout with Mumbaites, and has plenty to offer for everyone.
   Day 30: Depart for your destination at night.