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Explore the cultural and historical heritage of North India with North India holiday package.

North India Holiday

Escorted Tour
India Gate Delhi
Tour Duration: 13 Nights / 14 Days
Destinations Covered: Delhi - Udaipur - Ranakpur - Kumbalgarh - Deogarh - Rohet - Manvar - Jodhpur - Jaipur- Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Day 01: Arrival at Delhi
On your arrival at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, you'll be greeted and welcomed by our representative in traditional Indian manner. Thereafter, you'll be transferred to the hotel. Freshen up and be briefed about the tour. Enjoy the sumptuous dinner served at the hotel before you retire for the night.

Day 02: Delhi
After having a delectable breakfast at the hotel, you'll start your tour with the capital city aptly called New Delhi. You will be visiting a number of historical sites, such as the Humayun's Tomb and the Mughal watch tower - Qutub Minar, which stores the Iron Ashoka pillar from which India's national emblem is derived. Drive through the Embassy area, which was built during the British reign and it hasn't changed since then. From here, you'll proceed to the Mecca of shopping - Connaught Place. Thereafter, visit Old Delhi traversing amidst antique Mughal architecture covering monuments like Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk - the street shopping haven, and Red Fort. The schedule then journeys you to Raj Ghat - the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi. For a different flavor of India, take a short ride on the cycle rickshaws. Return back to the hotel in the evening for overnight stay.

Day 03: Delhi - Udaipur
After an early morning breakfast, you'll be transferred to the airport to board a flight to the royal state of Udaipur. Udaipur is popularly nicknamed as the "City of Lakes" and "Venice of the East". Upon your arrival at the airport, you'll be escorted to the heritage hotel by our tour executive. Admire and marvel at the charm and majestic beauty of the buildings and palaces you come across on the way. Make a check in at the hotel and unwind yourself. The evening is reserved for a boat ride on the placid and serene Lake Pichola. The Jagmandir Palace erected on an island in the middle of the lake is the highlight of this place. From the palace, you can catch glimpses of the daily life of the natives at the bank as well as the beautiful views of the entire city. Overnight stay will be at the hotel.

Lake Palace Udaipur
Day 04: Udaipur
This day is fully reserved for discovering the romantic and blissful city. After a royal breakfast at the heritage hotel, you'll visit the Jagdish Temple, which houses the black stone image of the preceding deity, Lord Vishnu, completely molded out of brass. The colossal and magnificent City Palace is another tourist spot, boasting of the pristine charm, beauty, royalty. Rest of the day is at your disposal, allowing you to explore the nooks and corners of the city on feet. Take this chance to meet a number of handicraft artists like printers, weavers, jewelers etc. Return back to the hotel to spend the night.

Day 05: Udaipur - Ranakpur - Kumbalgarh
You will have a sumptuous Rajasthani breakfast and journey to the next destination - Kumbalgarh. En-route, you'll visit Ranakpur, famous for the architecture and craftsmanship of the Jain temples present here. The artwork and craftsmanship on the walls and pillars of these temples is outstanding and commendable. The pillars and columns which support the beautifully designed dome are intricately carved with great care as none of the 1,444 columns are alike, thereby captivating you with their uniqueness. Thereafter, continue towards Kumbalgarh with small halts to meet the tribes and for photo shoots. As you arrive at Kumbalgarh, make a check at the hotel. After a quick freshening up session, you'll visit the Kumbalgarh Fort, which is vivaciously graceful and majestic. This impregnable fortress is bounded by 13 mountain peaks.

Day 06: Kumbalgarh - Deogarh
After breakfast, you'll embark a two hour drive to Deogarh. On reaching there, make a check in at the Deogarh Mahal. Stroll through the streets of the town to witness different traditional occupations and lifestyle of the natives in the afternoon. Take a break at the Seeng Sagar, an awesome island citadel, for high tea. The dramatic small pond in the middle of the courtyard will add to the beauty and charisma of the pleasure of enjoying a bonfire in the winters. The terrace opens up the entire city for you, offering spectacular and incredible views. Drive back to the Deogarh Mahal for overnight stay.

Day 07: Deogarh
The entire day is reserved for exploring the township of Deogarh. Take a 19 km long train ride between two small villages. Not only you'll come across beautiful landscapes and tunnels, but you'll be riding along the natives of Marwar. When you reach the Phulad Railway station, you'll be escorted to a car which will bring you back to the Deogarh Mahal. Spend the rest of the day as you desire by resting in the room or discovering and admiring the interiors of the Mahal. You can also visit the city to uncover the lifestyle of the natives. The night will be spent at the Mahal.

Day 08: Deogarh - Rohet
After feasting on a nutritious morning meal at the Deogarh Mahal, you'll then be driven to Rohet. As you arrive at Rohet, you will make a check in to the Rohetgarh Fort. The architecture and lifestyle of the people in Rohet reminds of the legacy of this place. The frescos on the walls, the Rajput architectural style, the vibrant colors flowing in the street - everything seems to take you back in time. The food served at Deogarh is exquisitely delectable as well as exotic as the secret recipes have passed down through generations. The last decedents of the royal family still stay here and welcome the guests. The afternoon is booked for exploring the small feudal town, seeming to have resurrected from the fable - Arabian Nights. In the evening, you'll enjoy performances by the folk dancers of Rajasthan in the Rohetgarh Fort, before indulging in a scrumptious traditional supper and calling it a day.

Day 09: Rohet - Manvar
Get ready to discover Rohet a little more after breakfast at the hotel. You'll be taken on a jeep safari to witness the traditional Rajasthani villages and a number of folk traditions like 'opium ceremony'. After this, you'll head towards Manvar; where on your arrival, you'll be escorted to the Manvar Camp, located in the heart of the Great Indian Thar Desert. This small hamlet offers a plethora of activities to indulge in, right from wildlife to desert life and culture, coupled with mouth-watering cuisines and luxurious accommodation. You'll be enjoying both jeep and camel safaris to the chili and mustard fields and nearby tribal villages.

Day 10: Manvar - Jodhpur
Post an early breakfast at the camp, you'll head for an excursion to Khichan, a tiny village popular for bird watching. The place offers umpteen mesmerizing views of both native and migratory birds. The beautiful sights of flocks of birds flying over the picture perfect rows of houses and palaces are simply awe-inspiring. After this bird feeding session, you'll be journeyed to Jodhpur. Upon your arrival, check in to a heritage hotel and relax for some time. Thereafter, you'll be taken on a city tour, including that of the magnanimous and majestic city fort. As you enter the palace, you'll see the grandeur of the architectural wonder. After exploring the fort, proceed to the Clock Tower Bazaar through a horse cart ride, from where you can buy exotic spices, perfumes and fabrics. This is a great place for photographing because of the colorful backdrop of vibrant colors. Night stay will be at the hotel.

Day 11: Jodhpur - Jaipur
Early in the morning, you'll be transferred to the railway station to board a train to the Pink City - Jaipur. Breakfast will be served onboard. On arrival at Jaipur, you'll be accompanied to a heritage hotel to make a check in. After relaxing at the hotel for a while, you'll be guided on a shopping spree, exploring the local bazaars for exotic block print fabrics and other artifacts like inexpensive gold and silver jewelry. Jaipur is known for its gem carving industry; hence, you might be able to visit a gem carving factory. Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 12: Jaipur
The morning is reserved for a visit to Amber Fort. The fort is located atop the wrinkled Aravali Hills. Hence, enjoy the royal elephant ride to reach the magnificent bastion. The next destination is Hawa Mahal which has intricately carved designs on the windows, meant for the royal women to peer down through 593 stone screens. Later during the day, you'll proceed to the City Palace and Observatory, built by the Rajasthani kings. The city palace is a harmonious blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The last stop for the day will be the solar observatory, constructed by Jai Singh. The observatory is still functional, used for making correct astronomical predictions.

Fatehpur Sikri
Day 13: Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
After breakfast at the hotel, you'll be travelled to the City of Love - Agra, en-route the Sandstone City of Fatehpur Sikri. The city is still preserved and very little wear and tear has taken place since its construction. This was probably the only planned city that the Mughals built. From here, you'll be taken to Agra. Make a check in at the hotel. The rest of the day will be at your disposal, permitting you to explore the city on your own.

Day 14: Agra - Delhi Departure
Agra is famous for the marvelous monument Taj Mahal but there is lot more to be explored in Agra. The first destination before sunrise will be undoubtedly the Taj Mahal. The beauty of this marble wonder is unparalleled, and such is the history and legends associated that you are bound to be enticed and awed simultaneously. With the rise of the sun, you'll notice the changing colors of the monument. Thereafter, visit the majestic Agra Fort, a cluster of 14 palaces. It is a maze which seldom can be explored without a guide. This is a blended mix of Hindu and Central Asian architecture. From here, continue your journey to Delhi for a farewell dinner with an Indian family to experience the Indian culture from within. After dinner, you'll be transferred to Indira Gandhi International Airport to catch a flight to your onward destination.

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