Quick India Tour For First Timers [7 Days] with Sunrise Visit of Taj Mahal
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Country Region:- Golden Triangle, Northern India, Rajasthan
Departure/Return LocationNew Delhi
Departure TimePlease arrive by 9:15 AM for a departure at 9:30 AM
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM
Day 1 Arrive New Delhi
Day 1 Arrive New Delhi
Arrive at any time and welcome to India's bustling capital - Delhi!
Tonight, wander through the electric Karol Bagh market as your hotel is located in this vicinity or if you want to have rest then full day is for leisure and rest. Night stay is in Delhi.
Day 2 In New Delhi
Day 3 New Delhi - Tordi)
Day 4 Tordi - Jaipur
Today morning guest can go for hiking to 400 years old Tordi Fort for sunrise with hot teal and cookies. After breakfast you will go for 2 -3 hours village walk to experience the rural life of India.
Return back to hotel and then drive to pink city of India - Jaipur.
Evening is free for leisure and rest. Night stay is in Jaipur
Day 5 In Jaipur
Set on a hilltop overlooking Maota Lake, visit the Amber Fort, an excellent example of Rajput architecture. The Sheesh Mahal inside the fort is a must-see. As the walls are completely covered in little mirrors, the hall illuminates with the light of a single match. After the tour, you'll have further free time to spend as you wish.
Later carry on Jaipur's Royal City Palace or the observatory of Jantar Mantar to see a collection of intriguing astronomical instruments.
Then head out to explore Rajasthan’s capital which includes a visit to the market and the beehive-like Palace of the Winds (Hawa Mahal), built in 1799 so that women of the royal family could observe street festivities without being seen by the public.
Your evening is free, so perhaps ask to point out the best place to grab dal baati (dal served with wheat rolls).
Day 6 Jaipur - Abhaneri - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Morning head on for Agra. On the way you will explore. The place is popular for the Chand Baori step well and Harshat Mata Temple.
Abhaneri is prominent for ‘Baoris‘, step wells which were invented by the natives to harvest rainwater. These tanks were used as cool places of retreat and as water reservoirs during parched times of the year.
Harshat Mata Temple, dedicated to the goddess Harshat Mata, serves as the other tourist attraction of Abhaneri. Razed during the 10th century, the remains of the temple still boast architectural and sculptural styles of ancient India. Harshat Mata is considered to be the goddess of joy and happiness. According to myth, the goddess is always cheerful, and she imparts her joy and happiness to the whole village.
Carry on to Agra. En route visit FatehpurSikri which was made the political capital of the Mughal Empire by Emperor Akbar from the period of 1571 to 1585. The capital was later shifted to the city of Agra. There are majestic buildings built by Akbar in FatehpurSikri. There is a fort in the site which is a blend of Mughal and Persian architecture. Check in at the hotel . Overnight stay Agra
Day 7 Agra - Delhi
Early risers will visit Taj Mahal for a very memorable sunrise
[Note that Taj Mahal is closed on every Friday]
Taj Mahal is a white marble mausoleum built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his wife Mumtaz. One of the New Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal attracts over three million visitors each year. While you’re here, be sure to visit the spectacular Red Fort on the banks of the Yamuna River. Built in 1565 by Emperor Akbar, the fort was originally designed to be a military structure. If you have extra time, you may like to continue onto Akbar's Mausoleum to pay your respects to the great emperor. In the evening drive back to Delhi and board your flight for onwads journey. Tour Ends