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With 5-star services and absolute luxury, you will experience India’s cultural, sacred, and religious heritage. Get the best experience of the classic india tour package, including various activities and sightseeing. The immense beauty and ancient culture are the best options to increase your knowledge in the most picturesque places in the nation, and all India tour package is the best option to meet your needs.
The classic india tour package will offer you a visit to the monumental architecture. The circuit begins in Delhi and travels across the Gangetic plains to Varanasi and southern Rajasthan, home to some of India’s most famous temples, palaces, and forts. It concludes with a stay in Udaipur, the lakeside city of a dream. You will view the Taj Mahal and many other magnificent mediaeval wonders of Agra, including a few little-known treasures, as well as walk in the footsteps of the Buddha and experience the sensual intensity of Khajuraho’s tantric stone sculptures, and watch the sunrise over the Ganges. Throughout the All-India tour package, your knowledgeable English-speaking escort and guide will be with you.
After the customary "Swagat" (Welcome), our representative will meet you at the airport and assist you in getting to the hotel so you can check-in. Delhi is a thriving metropolis that successfully combines the ancient and the contemporary. The key factor that led succeeding dynasties to select it as their capital was its advantageous position.
More fabled towns are thought to exist here, including Indraprastha from the Hindu epic Mahabharata, which was established approximately 5000 BC. Over several centuries, various kings constructed numerous monuments, including Qutub-ud-din Aibek, Alauddin Khilji, Tughlaks, Humayun, and Shah Jahan, who constructed the walled city of Shah Jahanabad. Sir Edwin Lutyens put out a large central administrative region as a memorial to British authority in India later in the first part of the 20th century, when he constructed much of New Delhi. The division between New Delhi and the walled city also symbolizes the division in lifestyles.
Today you will be exploring the best tourist places in Delhi. Viewing the enormous Jama Masjid, Old Delhi's principal mosque, in the fortified city of Shahjahanabad from the 17th century. The largest and most well-known mosque in India was constructed in 1656 AD by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
Moving ahead in the Delhi sightseeing tour, take a rickshaw ride through Chandni. The Red Fort, which Shah Jahan erected in the year 1648, is accessible through Chowk, the old market of Shah Jahanabad. We go to Raj Ghat in New Delhi, a monument to Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. The spot of his cremation on January 31, 1948, is memorialized with a straightforward platform made of black marble.
Later, we drive by the India Gate, a memorial created in 1931 to honor Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting in World War 1. World and Afghan wars. The soldiers who died in these wars are inscribed on the walls. The sightseeing in Delhi also includes a visit to the President's House. The President of India's official residence was built in 1931. Until 1950 it was known as the Viceroy's House and served as the residence of the Governor-General of British India.
The Delhi sightseeing tour includes a visit to various UNESCO world heritage sites. Discover the Humayun's Tomb, a 1562-built monument to Mughal Emperor Humayun. The complex is the first example of this style of Mughal architecture in India and is a World Heritage Site. Qutub undercuts Qutub-ud-din Aibek's built-in 1206. It is an excellent example of Indo-Islamic architecture and the tallest brick minaret in the world (72 m). UNESCO has designated Qutub Minar and the surrounding monuments as a World Heritage Site.
By taking a quick flight, Varanasi Trip is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and one of the holiest locations in India for Hindus. The afternoon is leisure, and one must experience the activity of the Kashi tour is witnessing the spectacular Ganga Aarti (spiritual worship) tonight at the Ganges River ghats. One of the oldest continually inhabited places in the world is Varanasi, also known as Kashi or Benares, located on the banks of the Ganges River. Hindus still flock to this location in droves to take baths in the sacred river because they believe doing so will wash away their sins from their previous lifetimes.
Enjoy your Varanasi trip by exploring the temples and ghats with your guide. You will return to Dashashwamedh Ghat to see Ganga Aarthi. A spectacular ceremony is performed when groups of young priest’s wave lit oil lamps by the Ganges. An intense mood is produced by the combination of devotional hymns, chants, drums, chimes, and gongs.
Start your day with a leisurely early morning boat ride on the holy river Ganga to see devotees praying on the riverbank. Return to the hotel for breakfast. After breakfast, proceeds for the Varanasi sightseeing tour, including a visit to Vishwanath Temple, built by the Birlas, were planned by Pandit. Madan Mohan Malaviya.
Later we will visit the Buddhist pilgrimage site of Sarnath. The Buddha travelled to Sarnath after achieving enlightenment in Bodh Gaya, and it was there that he gave his first sermon to begin the "Wheel of Dharma" in the deer park. Night in Hotel
During the Banaras trip viewing the pre-dawn rituals at the Varanasi ghats is a must. And from a rowboat, there is no finer vantage point. The hallowed steps and the people who are on them are illuminated by the rising sun. The cremation ghats, where bodies are cremated on enormous pyres, are less inspiring but an important aspect of religious life in the city. In 530 BC, the Buddha revealed the "Eightfold Path" to his five pupils in his first sermon, which Buddha delivered in Sarnath. The round Dhamekh denotes the precise location. The stupa was built-in AD 500 on the remains of a much older one commissioned by Emperor Ashoka of Maurya. The building is in a beautifully landscaped park with well-kept lawns and flower beds. After the Varanasi sightseeing tour, you will be dropped back at the hotel for rest.
After breakfast, depart from the hotel and make your way to Varanasi Airport to catch a flight to Khajuraho. Upon arrival, meet and assist our representative and transfer to your hotel for check-in and overnight. Enjoy an afternoon Khajuraho tour of the legendary Khajuraho temples, famous for their erotic art. Afternoon free time continues till sunset.
The unique collection of shrines at Khajuraho owes their continued existence to their distant location in central India. The temples were off the main path even when constructed between the 10th and 13th centuries, miraculously escaping the notice of roving Muslim armies who decimated most of India's sacred art during the Middle Ages. The stone artwork that adorns the Khajuraho shrines is renowned for its erotica. You'll arrive in time to look at some of the main temples before dinner. Sensually carved stonework looks almost ethereal in the evening light.
The Orchha and Khajuraho tour will be a short one, then heading to Agra.
A short morning drive (3 hours) to the quiet settlement of Orchha. The Orchha tour packages include exploring the temples and palaces from the 16th century. A short drive to Jhansi, followed by lunch aboard an express train to Agra, arriving in the evening. Because of its peaceful, run-down mood and scenic location amid expanses of dhak forest on the banks of the Betwa, Orchha is one of our favorite places to visit in North India. It provides the perfect setting for a leisurely lunch.
Although often in poor condition and deserted, the monuments are more atmospheric. The 14 exquisite chhatris, or cenotaphs, rising from the northern banks of the river are the most famous, and you will have the chance to see them before continuing to Agra.
The Taj Mahal, regarded as one of the finest specimens of Mughal architecture, is the first stop on a half-day Agra sightseeing tour. After that, pay a visit to the magnificent Agra Fort, whose structures are red sandstone and marble and blend Islamic and Hindu styles.
Finally, see the ornate tomb of Itamud-ud-Daula. Later on, the Agra trip visits the great Mughal fort of Agra, on the banks of the Yamuna River. After his life, Aurangzeb, Emperor Shah Jahan's somewhat obsessive son, imprisoned the Taj Mahal's designer. The older man is said to have spent his days looking at the tomb through the windows of a gilded rooftop pavilion.
The next destination on the Agra city tour is the magnificently decorated Itimad-ud Daulah's Tomb, which is opposite the bank. The Taj, which you'll visit in the late afternoon when the light is shifting, and the marble surfaces turn from light ocher to an orange and crimson hue, was built using inlay work that predated that of the mausoleum.
An extended day excursion (about seven hours) to Jaipur includes a visit to Fatehpur Sikri, the red sandstone city that Emperor Akbar founded but abandoned after just 14 years. On the way to Jaipur, stop at Fatehpur Sikri and well experience the impressive Chand Baori pass of the 9th century AD Fatehpur Sikri, the former capital of Emperor Akbar, was built at great expense in the late 16th century but was only occupied for sixteen years, when the court moved to Lahore.
You will be taken to a hotel for rest after arriving in Jaipur. You can spend the day taking a rest or visiting the Jaipur local market. Grasp energy to start your Jaipur tour the next day.
The Jaipur one-day tour is going to be amazing and a different experience. In the morning, visit the magnificent 17th-century hilltop Amber Fort and the splendid Palace of Mirrors. Visit the City Palace's Museum and 18th-century Jantar in the afternoon. Mantar Observatory for Astronomy. Drive through the crowded bazaars to a photo stop at Jaipur's most iconic structure, the recently rebuilt Hawa Mahal. After completing the Jaipur city tour, rest at the hotel as we will be heading to Jodhpur.
Today a long day of travel takes you through the heart of Rajasthan to Jodhpur, the ancient capital of the princely state of Marwar and one of the most visually striking cities in India. 350 kilometers distance between Jaipur and Jodhpur, and it takes about 6 hours to go between them.
You'll have a lot of pleasure and interest in the Jodhpur trip. With its impressive fort and labyrinthine old city painted blue, Jodhpur is certainly one of the highlights of this region. If all goes well, the group will arrive in time to freshen up and sample its unique atmosphere with a stroll through the bazaar before dinner at the hotel.
Enjoy a half-day Jodhpur sightseeing tour focusing on the majestic Mehrangarh Fort. Visit the marble Jaswant Thada as well, and go through Sadar Bazar to observe the clock tower built-in 1912.
The afternoon is free at the Mehrangarh Fort and to enjoy the amazing views of the old city from the ramparts. Jaswant Thada, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II's opulent marble cenotaph, may be found on the left as you descend from the fort. In honour of Maharaj Jaswant Singh II of Jodhpur, his son Maharaja Sardar Singh erected this structure known as the Taj Mahal of Marwar.
The dinner experience will be a little different in Jodhpur's local sightseeing. Enjoy dinner at the open restaurant with the amazing views. Overnight at the hotel. Optional excursion: camel cart ride.
The Desert Safari in Jodhpur, one of the most thrilling activities provided by Sun City, guarantees to keep you engaged all day long. After breakfast, you will leave for a Desert safari in Jodhpur. The Jeep safari and the camel-back safari are the two main safari options in Jodhpur.
Later in the afternoon, after lunch, drive to Udaipur from Jodhpur. After reaching Udaipur, check-in hotel at takes a rest for the next day's Udaipur city tour.
The City Palace, a complex of 11 palaces with elaborate masonry and interiors of mirrored glass and decorative tiles, is the destination of a morning Udaipur city tour. Visit the Jagdish Temple, the old city, and the Sahelion Gardens ki, Bari. The afternoon is leisure. Optional excursion: Hiking with champagne at sunset.
The Udaipur City Palace, home to the Sisodia dynasty, showcases Rajput architecture and provides stunning views of the Aravalli's across Lake Pichola. Udaipur's sightseeing tour includes visiting various museums, monuments, and garden courtyards.
In the evening, witness the sunset on a rooftop terrace by the water's edge, soaking up the colours of the sunset and the unique atmosphere of this romantic city with a drink, a fitting end to this fabulous All India tour package.
The morning is free. Check out of the hotel in the afternoon, then take a taxi to the airport in Udaipur to catch your flight to Delhi. Once in Delhi, take a transfer and check into a hotel.
Get up and eat breakfast at the hotel on the final day of the North India tour. You can leave in time to catch your flight from New Delhi International airport for the journey ahead.