Best of North & Central India Tour Our specially made Rajasthan tour package will offer the glimpse of the exotic forts, grandeur palaces, rich heritage and history.
Culture Nature Jungle Beaches Yoga Thrill
Highlights: Houseboat Tour, Tea Plantations
Cities: Delhi(1) - Jaipur(2) - Jodhpur(1) - Mount Abu(2) - Bhuj(1) - Jamnagar(1)-Ahmedabad (2) - Ujjain (2) - Sanchi(1) - Panna(1) - Khajuraho(1) - Jhansi(1) - Gwalior(1) - Agra(1)
Starting at $1,048 Per Person Duration: 19 Days - 18 Nights
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Susan Cabot , Colorado
"Taj Mahal is the perfect example showing the knowledge, ability, capability of Indians. At the time when Taj Mahal was build there were no engineering institutions which could train the people.People do not come here to see the beauty of Taj Mahal. People come here to understand the architecture and engineering used in Taj Mahal that’s why Taj Mahal comes under the category of seven wonders."
John V. Evans, Washington
“Security is very tight Outside and no Electronic items ( Except Cameras ) are allowed inside the Taj . The Taj looks awesome. No adjectives can do justice to its majestic beauty & Grandeur . The Govt in recent years has done a good job in Beautification of Taj ( particularly in De-sulphurisation ) by Banning commercial vehicles within 3 Kms radius.”
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Tour Detail
Delhi(1 night) Day 1-2
International Arrival
DelhiDelhi is the symbol of old India and new, even the stones here whisper to our ears of the ages of long ago and the air we breathe is full of the dust and fragrances of the past, as also of the fresh and piercing winds of the present. The eternal Yamuna has witnessed the glory and the tumultuous history of the 3000 year old Delhi. ActivitiesVisit the lofty Red Fort, Humayuns Tomb, Jama Masjid, Chandini Chowk, Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Laxminarayan Temple; ISKCON Temple, the Gandhi Memorial at Raj Ghat; Parliament Street, Parliament Museum, India Gate, Bangla Sahib; explore Delhi in a metro journey. Explore the Lodhi Gardens; the National Museum; experience cultural and ethnic diversity at the Dilli Haat.
Jaipur(2 nights) Day 2-4
Drive from Delhi to Jaipur (3.4H-260Km)
JaipurRajasthans beautiful Pink City Jaipur, was the stronghold of a clan of rulers whose three hill forts and series of palaces in the city are important attractions. Known as the Pink City because of the colour of the stone used exclusively in the walled city, Jaipur's bazaars sell embroidered leather shoes, blue pottery, tie and dye scarves and other exotic wares. ActivitiesExplore the Amber Fort; Govind Devji Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, Lakshmi Narayan and Ganesh Temples; Albert Hall; City Palace, Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) and the world’s largest stone observatory – Jantar Mantar. Visit the amazing Jaigarh and Nahargarh Forts; Raj Mandir Cinema.
Jodhpur(1 night) Day 4-5
Drive from Jaipur to Jodhpur (7H-340Km)
JodhpurAt best it is a doorway to the wonderland of sand dunes and shrubs, rocky terrain and thorny trees. The home of the Rathores - the awesome princely state of Rajasthan. They conquered Marwar or Maroodesh, land of the sand after the fall of Delhi and Kannauj. In 1459 AD, Rao Jodha, chief of Rathore clan of Rajputs, who claimed descent from Rama, the epic here of the Ramayana, laid the foundation of Jodhpur. ActivitiesEnjoy a camel ride; visit the mesmerizing Mehrangarh Fort; the clock tower, the markets, the ancient town of Mandore; the white marble memorial of Jaswant Thada and the Umaid Bhawan Museum. Get a glimpse into the hidden elements of desert life in closeby Salabas.
Maunt Abu(2 nights) Day 5-7
Drive from Jodhpur to Mount Abu(270Km - 4.2H)
Maunt AbuMount Abu is a world famous tourist destination known for its Dilwara Jain temples and natural beauty world over. It is situated amidst lush green forested hills on the highest peak in the Aravalli Range. Located in Sirohi district, it is only hill station in Rajasthan as well as north-west India. It is also the summer capital of Rajasthan. ActivitiesMount Abu offers an exciting range of leisure options to its visitors. You can enjoy sunset viewing, as Mount Abu offers spectacular views of the sunset. You can also enjoy an exciting horse ride to explore various points in the hill station. You can also enjoy day trekking trips to nearby Shanti Shikhar (the peak of peace), Achalgarh (11 km) and Guru Shikhar (15 km), all of them offering breathtaking views of enchanting surroundings.
Bhuj(1 night) Day 7-8
Drive from Mount Abu to Bhuj (430Km - 6.5H)
BhujBhuj is a city situated in the Kachchh district of Gujarat. It is a municipality town as well as the district headquarters of Kachchh. The city is famous for its Hindu temples, palaces and wooden pavilions. The houses of Bhuj are decorated with mud and mirrors on both the interiors and exteriors.  ActivitiesThis small and quiet town in Kutch calls for a relaxed vacation amidst ancient temples, wildlife sanctuaries and lofty hills. Visit the Aina Mahal, Prag Mahal, Swaminarayan Temple Kera, Khavda, The Black Hills (Kalo Dungar), Chhari Dhand, Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary and many more.
Jamnagar(1 night) Day 8-9
Drive from Bhuj to Jamnagar (250Km - 4.2H)
JamnagarThe city has gained recent recognition after Reliance Industries set up the largest refinery of the world here. Apart from that, Jamnagar also houses the oil refinery of Essar Oil. Because of the presence of two of the most important refineries of the country, Jamnagar has come to be called as the ‘Oil City’ of India.  ActivitiesVisit City Lake full of 75 varities of Birds,Islands full of sea shells, corals, birds, octopus, Unspoilt Beaches, both white and golden sands. Hills with temples on top. Forest with leopards, jackals, wolves, jungle cat, blue bulls,hyena, snakes. Temples ranging from the ancient to the new, also includes a Guiness World Record holder. Bird Sanctuaries with 250 varities of birds. Marine Sanctuaries with dolphins,octopus, turtles, dugong, fish and Marine National Park.
Ahmedabad(2 nights) Day 9-11
Drive from Jamnagar to Ahmedabad (300Km - 4.4H)
AhmedabadIf you are braced to taste the mystifying paradox that India can serve up, than a visit to its megacity, Ahmedabad, comes as a prescription. Nestled in the heart of Gujarat, this zesty city provides one with a generous buffet of stimulation that swears to enliven all the five senses.  ActivitiesManek Chowk is amongst the busiest areas in Ahmedabad.  It’s amongst the most popular market areas in the city renowned for its gold trade market. Science City is an educational centre, which is focused on science and technology. City Museum is among the most visited museums in Ahmedabad are most places to visit. There is more temples to visit like Akshardham Temple, Swami Narayan Mandirand more religous place. .
Ujjain(2 nights) Day 11-13
Drive from Ahmedabad to Ujjain (400 Km - 6H)
UjjainA great devout center on the banks of river Shipra, Ujjain, in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh is regarded as a sacred place since time immemorial. A holy city, which found its mention in the ancient Hindu scriptures as Avantika, Ujjain positioned in equal terms with other major religious centers.  ActivitiesBade Ganeshji Ka Mandir: This is located near the reservoir of the Mahakaleshwar Temple. Harsiddhi Temple: This consists of an image of Goddess Annapurna, who is supposed to be the fulfiller of all human wishes. Kal Bhairava, Durgadas Ki Chhatri, Vikram Kirti Mandir, Harsiddhi Temple, Mangalnath Temple, Pir Matsyendranath, Kalideh Palace, Gomti Kundand many more places activity do's in Ujjain.
Sanchi(1 night) Day 13-14
Drive from Ujjain to Sanchi (230Km - 3.4H)
SanchiA quaint little village at the footsteps of a hill Sanchi in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh carries the genesis of Buddhism in India. A tiny hamlet with a rich culture, Sanchi is embellished by a series of monasteries, stupas, holy shrines and pillars dating from 3rd century BC to 12th century AD.  ActivitiesExplore Ashoka Piller, Buddist Vihara, Sanchi Meuseum, Sanchi Stupa No.1, The Eastren Gateway and The Great Bowl. The Gupta Temple was built in the 5th century AD. In fact, this is one of the earliest specimens of Indian architecture. The Gupta temple stands as a witness to the traditions of ancient India.
Panna National Park(1 night) Day 14-15
Drive from Khajuraho to Panna National Park(330Km - 6H)
Panna National ParkPanna is situated in the Vindhyan Range and spreads over Panna and Chhatarpur districts in the northern part of the Madhya Pradesh State of India.  ActivitiesEnjoy morning and evening jeep safaris into the jungle.
Khajuraho(1 night) Day 15-16
Drive from Panna to Khajuraho 45Km - 1H)
KhajurahoSituated in the northern part of Madhya Pradesh, the town of Khajuraho has been recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO. The town is famous for its imperial temples. The temples were built by the rulers of Chandela dynasty between 10th and 11th century. ActivitiesVisit to the stunning stone temple complexes, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; enjoy the educational sound and light shows and the impressive Raneh Falls.
Jhansi(1 night) Day 16-17
Drive from Khajuraho to Jhansi (170Km - 3H)
JhansiA city whose name is synonymous with a great woman ruler of medieval India, Jhansi in the state of Uttar Pradesh boast of a rich history. Formerly known as Shankargarh, Jhansi got its name from the term jhain-si which means blurred shadow. A mere rendering of the term Jhansi is enough to evoke the patriotic spirit of every Indian. ActivitiesEnjoy Parichha is a dam built some 25 km away from Jhansi on the Betwa River. Government Museum has a huge collection of art and artefacts belonging to the Chandela dynasty. Barua Sagar, Rani Mahal, Maha Lakshami Temple, St. Jude’s Shrine. The beautiful Maharaja Gangadhar Rao ki Chathri or cenotaph was built by Rani Lakshmi Bai in the memory of her husband.  Fort of Jhansi was constructed by Raja Bir Singh Judao of Orchha.
Gwalior(1 night) Day 17-18
Drive from Jhansi to Gwalior(100Km - 2H)
GwaliorGwalior's history is as fascinating as the attractions in the city, which can be traced back to the 8th century AD. It is believed that this city is named after the saint ‘Gwalipa’, who cured the king’s deadly disease. A cradle of great dynasties, this fabulous city was in existence over the centuries ActivitiesExplore the Gwalior Fort, Surya Mandir, Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple, Sonagiri Jain Temples, Scindia Museum, Memorials of freedom fighters Tatya Tope and Rani of Jhansi; experience a light and sound show at the Fort. Visit the Tomb of Tansen, a famed musician.
Agra(1 night) Day 18-19
Drive from Gwalior to Agra(115Km - 2H)
AgraAgra is famous as being home to one of the Seven Wonders of the world-the Taj Mahal. The architectural splendour of the mausoleums, the fort and the palaces is vivid reminder of the opulence of the legendary Mughal empire, of which Agra was the capital in the 16th and early 17th centuries. ActivitiesVisit the Taj Mahal at sunrise and sunset, the Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah, the Agra Fort, the Akbar Mausoleum in Sikandra and Fatehpur Sikri. Enjoy a decorated tonga ride through the fabled city.
Delhi Day 19
Drive from Delhi to Agra (4H-200Km)
DelhiDelhi is the symbol of old India and new, even the stones here whisper to our ears of the ages of long ago and the air we breathe is full of the dust and fragrances of the past, as also of the fresh and piercing winds of the present. The eternal Yamuna has witnessed the glory and the tumultuous history of the 3000 year old Delhi. ActivitiesTransfer to the International Airport.
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