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					                     Rajasthan Packages - Golden Triangle Tour

                     Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-Delhi (05 Days 04 Nights)



The package consists of a tour of the majestic city of Delhi, the abode of Taj and the pink city
of Jaipur.




Day 01

Meet and greet at Delhi airport or railway station and proceed to hotel. Afternoon is free for
taking rest and other independent activities.

Day 02 / Delhi

After breakfast, proceed for a tour of Old Delhi, the administrative capital of Mughal
dynasty, founded by Emperor Shajahan in 1639. First stop is the world famous Red Fort,
former residence of the royalty, standing regal along the banks of the Yamuna river. Take a
stroll along ChandniChowk, one of India’s oldest and busiest whole sale markets with its
meandering lanes, tiny streets and bustling bazaars. Visit Raj Ghat, the resting place of
Mahatma Gandhi on the banks of Yamuna and Juma Masjid, the largest mosque in India.
Visit New Delhi, the city rated by National Geographic as one of the ‘Ultimate cities of a
lifetime to visit and explore’! The city with its tree canopied avenues, gardens and
impressive mansions is worth visiting. Also, visit Emperor Humayun’s Tomb which also
encompasses the tombs of many other Mughal kings. The tomb is an excellent example of
Mughal architecture with its mesmerizing Persian style gardens. Next stop of the day is
QutabMinar, the tallest minaret in India, an icon of Indo-Islamic architecture constructed
using red sand stone and marble. Drive along Rajpath, the ceremonial avenue path the India
Gate and Parliament House. Last stop is the enchanting Bahai or the Lotus temple, built in
the shape of a lotus. Back to the hotel and overnight stay there.

Day 03

After breakfast, check out and drive to Agra which is a distance of 4-5hrs. Enroute visit
Akbar Sikandra, tomb of Akbar, another masterpiece of Mughal architecture. Later continue
drive to Agra. On arrival, check in and evening is free for independent activities.




Day 04 (Note: Taj Mahal is closed on every Friday)

After breakfast, proceed to TajMahal, the world renowned symbol of love. Next stop is the
Pearl Mosque, which shines true to its name. It is believed that Emperor Shahjahan built the
mosque for royal family members. Now on toItmad-ud-Daula's Tomb, which is built on the
line of TajMahal with white marble? The tomb stands on a huge garden with numerous
water courses and walk ways. The walls of the tomb are studded with precious stones,
which is a site to behold. Will wind up with a visit to the souvenir market of Agra! Overnight
you can stay at the hotel.




Day 05

After breakfast, move forward to Jaipur, which is 5-6hrs away from Agra. Jaipur, referred to
as the pink city is the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Jaipur is fringed with
monuments and palaces and so the richness and imperial quality of the place can be felt as
soon as you set foot. Enroute visit FatehpurSikri, built by Emperor Akbar and once the
capital of Mughal emperors. Now deserted city is a beautiful blend of Indian, Persian and
Islamic architecture. Proceed to hotel and overnight stay there.


Day 06

After breakfast, on to Amber Fort, this is 11 km from Jaipur and standing aloft on a lush
green hill. Overlooking the Maotalake is the fort with its enormous fortifications, sequence
of gates and cobbled pathways. The palace was home to Rajput Maharajas and their
families. The opulence and pomp of the royals can be seen in the interiors of the palace and
the gorgeous wall paintings. On to the hotel or city restaurant for your choice for a lunch.
Afternoon, the first stop is the City Palace Museum which was once the abode of the
Maharaja of Jaipur. Most part of the complex is still used for royal residence and the palace
is an interesting merger of Indian, Rajput, and Mughal and European styles of architecture.
The museum houses a wide array of royal paraphernalia including robes, carpets, weapons
and paintings. Next visit JantarMantar, an interesting assemblage of architectural
astronomical instruments built by the King in the 1700’s. Last stop of the day is the
entrancing pyramid modeled HawaMahal, built of red and pink sandstone flaunting more
than five storeys and 950 windows in the shape of a honey comb for the royal ladies to see
the world without being seen. The structure is a striking fusion of Hindu Rajput style and
Islamic Mughal architecture. Back to the hotel and overnight stay there.

Day 07

After breakfast, check out and drive back to Delhi and on to the airport or railway station, as
per customer requirement.



Package Includes

       A/C Car Transfers
       Daily Breakfast
       Sightseeing as per the itinerary
       All applicable taxes

Package Excludes

       Any Air/Train fares
       Lunch and dinner at Hotel
Personal expenses
Portages
Tips

For More Rajasthan     Tour   Package   Details,   please   visit
www.jbsholidays.com.

				
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