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Classical India Tour

Duration : 10 Night(s) / 11 Day(s)
Destination Covered : Delhi - Varanasi - Khajuraho - Jhansi – Agra - Jaipur – Jodhpur – Udaipur
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Our Classical Indian Tour covers all the famous destinations of the subcontinent. It starts from the national capital Delhi and continues to the holiest city of Varanasi. In Delhi, you will see all the major places including Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, India Gate, Red Fort and more.  
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Tour Itinerary

Day 1 : ARRIVE DELHI BY AN INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT

Arrive at Delhi and enjoy the first day in leisure. After a short briefing about the tour, you will get to know the highlights of this classic Indian tour. Explore the nearby lanes and marketplaces and try out some fantastic culinary dishes on the first day.

Day 2 : Delhi

Today’s morning, we will proceed for an exciting city tour of Delhi.

As you start the journey, visit the bustling marketplaces as your first destination. The busy Chadani Chowk is a great place to begin with. Kinari Bazar, Dariba Kalan, and Nai Sarak are some other best places to shop in Delhi. Enjoy a Riksha Ride in Old Delhi.

Day 3 : Delhi – Varanasi

On the 3rd day, you will be going to Domestic Airport. Our representatives will drop you to the airport so that you can take your flight to Varanasi. After a bit of rest once your flight lands, start touring the city of Varanasi.

In the afternoon, you will proceed for an excursion to Sarnath, a major Buddhist center in the world. In the evening visit the Ghats to see the illuminated Ganga Aarti ceremony – an experience of life. The Ganga Aarti is a spectacular sight.

Day 4 : VARANASI – KHAJURAHO

Very early in the morning, you will take a boat ride along the Ghats on the Holy River Ganges.

After enjoying the Varanasi’s serene environment, leave for Khajuraho. Our representative will help you reach the airport for this.

Upon arrival, leave for your hotel and check in.

In the afternoon, visit the Western Group of Temples which represent the finest examples of Temple architecture in Northern India.

Day 5 : KHAJURAHO – ORCHHA – JHANSI

Today morning you will drive to Jhansi with an en-route stop at Orchha for sightseeing of a city frozen in time.

Upon arrival at Orchha you will proceed for the orientation tour of Orchha.

As you reach Agra, spend the first day in complete leisure.

Day 6 : In AGRA

One of the finest experiences in the tour is the exploration of Agra. While you set out to traverse this beautiful city, the first destination will be the magnificent and enthralling Taj Mahal.

Witness the extreme brilliance of this astounding monument and from there and start the journey to another famous spot, the Agra Fort. Look at the amazing the beauty of the Mughal Architecture.

Day 7 : AGRA – FATEHPUR SIKRI – BHARATPUR - SAWAI MADHOPUR

You will visit the best places for sightseeing today. It is undoubtedly the very pretty Fatehpur Sikri. You can stroll through the streets and even visit the super structures like Panch Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Aam, Jama Masjid & Buland Darwaja. 

After the sightseeing, start the journey ahead to the final destination Sawai Madhopur.

Day 8 : IN SAWAI MADHOPUR ( RANTHAMBORE )

After early morning refreshments, proceed for a Jungle Safari to the National park.

Later, return to the hotel for Breakfast. You will be at leisure till the Noon.

In the afternoon, you can choose to go for another Jungle Safari into the National Park.

Return to the hotel in the evening.

Overnight stay.

Day 9 : SAWAI MADHOPUR – JAIPUR

In the afternoon drive from Sawai Madhopur to Jaipur.

Upon arrival, go to your hotel for check-in. Spend the first day in visiting the nearby locations.

Day 10 : IN JAIPUR

After buffet breakfast at the hotel, proceed to see the fabulous Amber Fort.

In the afternoon, you will visit the city of Jaipur. Among the highlights to be seen while touring Jaipur include the `Palace of Winds’, otherwise known as Hawa Mahal. Walk to the adjacent Jantar Mantar or Astronomical Observatory made by the Maharaja of Jaipur.

Day 11 : JAIPUR – DELHI

Morning is at leisure for you to do independent activities.

In the afternoon, we will drive you back to Delhi.

Upon arrival you will be transferred to International Airport to board the flight back home.

Inclusions

  • Meet and greet service on arrival and departure
  • AC accommodation at mentioned hotels/resorts with daily breakfast
  • All transfers and transportations including sightseeing as per the itinerary using AC Vehicles with Driver
  • English speaking local guides as per the itinerary
  • All toll taxes and parking charges
  • Mandatory Govt. Taxes as applicable

Exclusion

  • International airfare and extra baggage
  • Any lunch, dinner, snacks, mineral water etc. unless mentioned in the itinerary
  • Camera fee at monuments
  • Additional sightseeing which is not mentioned in itinerary
  • All personal nature expenses like phone calls, portage, tips, gratitude, laundry etc
  • Travel Insurance
  • Anything which is not mention under inclusions

Places Covered

About Delhi

Delhi is a city that bridges two different worlds. Old Delhi, once the capital of Islamic India, is a labyrinth of narrow lanes lined with crumbling havelis and formidable mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi created by the British Raj is composed of spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. Delhi has been the seat of power for several rulers and many empires for about a millennium. Many a times the city was built, destroyed and then rebuilt here. Interestingly, a number of Delhi’s rulers played a dual role, first as destroyers and then as creators. The city’s importance lies not just in its past glory as the seat of empires and magnificent monuments, but also in the rich and diverse cultures. No wonder chroniclers of Delhi culture – from Chand Bardai and Amir Khusro to present days writers – have never been at a loss for topics. Delhi has been the political hub of India. Every political activity in the country traces its roots here. This was true even of the mythological era. The Pandavas of the Mahabharata had their capital at Indraprastha, which is believed to have been geographically located in today’s Delhi.

About Varanasi

Considered as the abode of Lord Shiva, Varanasi is situated on the banks of River Ganges, which is believed to have the power of washing away all of one’s sins. In Hinduism it is believed that those who die and are cremated here get an instant gateway to liberation from the cycle of births and re-births. Varanasi is the oldest city of the world. Varanasi is more than 3000 years old and is famous as the city of temples. In Varanasi, there are temples at every few paces. The Ganga Ghats (river front) are the most popular pilgrimage spot of Varanasi and are centers of music and learning.

About Sarnath
Buddha came to Sarnath to preach his message of the middle way to nirvana after he achieved enlightenment at Bodhgaya and gave his famous first sermon here. In the 3rd century BC, emperor Ashoka had magnificent stupas and monasteries erected here as well as an engraved pillar. When Chinese traveller Xuan Zang dropped by in AD 640, Sarnath boasted a 100m-high stupa and 1500 monks living in large monasteries. However, soon after, Buddhism went into decline and, when Muslim invaders sacked the city in the late 12th century, Sarnath disappeared altogether. It was ‘rediscovered’ by British archaeologists in 1835.
About Khajuraho

The Kamasutra carvings that swathe Khajuraho’s three groups of temples are among the finest temple art in the world. The temples are superb examples of Indo-Aryan architecture, but it’s their liberally embellished carvings that have made Khajuraho famous. Around the temples are bands of exceedingly artistic stonework showing a storyboard of life a millennium ago – gods, goddesses, warriors, musicians, and real and mythological animals.

Khajuraho combines history, architecture, culture and environment with scrumptious charm. It is a town that takes you away from the noise and pollution of the city, with its fresh air and scenic countryside. For convenience, the temples of Khajuraho are divided into the Western, Eastern, and Southern groups. The Western Group, has 14 temples. The Chaunsath Yogini, Lalguan Mahadev, Parvati, Varaha, Matangesvara, Lakshmana, Vishvanath and Nandi, Chitragupta, Devi Jagdamba and Kandariya Mahadeo temples belong to this group. The Eastern Group consists of seven temples (four Jain and three Hindu). The Parsvanath, Adinath, Shantinath, and Ghantai temples belong to the Jains while the Vamana, Javari and Brahma are Hindu temples. The Southern Group, contains the Chaturbhuj and Duladeo temples.

About Agra

The magical allure of the Taj Mahal draws tourists to Agra like moths to a wondrous flame. And despite the hype, it’s every bit as good as you’ve heard. But the Taj is not a stand-alone attraction. The legacy of the Mughal empire has left a magnificent fort and a liberal sprinkling of fascinating tombs and mausoleums; and there’s also fun to be had in the bustling chowks (marketplaces) The downside comes in the form of hordes of rickshaw-wallahs, touts, unofficial guides and souvenir vendors, whose persistence can be infuriating at times.

About Jaipur

Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital, is an enthralling historical city and the gateway to India’s most flamboyant state. The city’s colourful, chaotic streets ebb and flow with a heady brew of old and new. Careering buses dodge dawdling camels, leisurely cycle-rickshaws frustrate swarms of motorbikes, and everywhere buzzing auto rickshaws watch for easy prey. In the midst of this mayhem, the splendours of Jaipur’s majestic past are islands of relative calm evoking a different pace and another world.

About Jodhpur

Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan, lies at the entrance to the Thar desert in a region called Marwar. The old city, founded in 1459, is surrounded by a 10 km long wall. The massive Meherangarh Fort overlooks the city and the red sandstone palaces within the fort form one of the most impressive complexes in Rajasthan. Jodhpur is also called ‘blue city’ because of the indigo-washed houses in the old town.


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