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Lazy golden triangle with wildlide

Tour Plan

Tour Plan

DAY 1 Arrive Delhi

We will meet you at the Delhi International Airport (as per your flight details) in the Arrivals Hall “Holding Paging board of your Name “. After traditional welcome, you will be transferred to your hotel and check-in.

Overnight stay in Delhi.

DELHI In India’s bustling metropolitan capital, you’ll divide your time between the contrasting Old and New Delhi quarters. In Old Delhi, visit fantastic landmarks including the historic Red Fort, the Chandni Chowk bazaar and the resplendent Jama Masjid, the biggest mosque in India. In New Delhi, you’ll drive past the Presidential Palace, India Gate and the Parliament house and visit Qutab Minar and Humayun’s Tomb.

DAY 2 Delhi

Today is a full day of sightseeing around Old and New Delhi, involving approximately four hours on foot. Your exploration of Delhi begins with a drive past the Red Fort, a rickshaw ride to Khari Baoli spice market, before strolling to Jama Masjid. Stop briefly at India Gate to take some photos, pass by Rashtrapati Bhavan and continue to Gandhi Smriti. End the day at Qutub Minar.

Destination Information

Red Fort – Home of the Mughal emperor for many years, the fort is located in the center of Delhi and houses a number of museums.

Jama Masjid – Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India, with a courtyard capable of holding 25,000 devotees. Built between 1644 and 1658, the mosque was Shah Jahan’s final architectural achievement.

India Gate – Located at the end of the Rajpath, India Gate is a moving memorial to the 90,000 Indian servicemen who died in World War 1.

Humayun’s Tomb – A landmark of Mughal architecture, the tomb was built in 1570 for the Mugul Emperor Humayun. Commissioned by his wife, it was the first garden tomb in India.

Qutub Minar – Built in the 12th century, this tower of victory is gracefully hand-carved along its entire height of 73m. We also visit the Iron Pillar, which has withstood the ravages of time and has not rusted after 1,500 years. Overnight stay at Delhi.

DAY 3 Delhi

After leisurely breakfast at hotel. We will visit Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Akshardham Temple etc, in evening can walk famous Connaught Place. Overnight will be in Delhi.

DAY 4 Delhi - Agra ( Approx 04 Hours drive)

After leisurely breakfast at hotel , we will proceed to Agra, if wish we can stop the Car at Mathura ( Well known birth place of Lord Krishna) and visit famous temples viz Krishna Janmbhoomi Temple, Dwarkadheesh temple etc.

AGRA One of India’s most popular destinations, Agra is home to the world-renowned Taj Mahal. During your time here, you’ll have the chance to enjoy the cultural wonder at both sunrise and sunset, the best times of the day to see the beauty of the stunning white marble mausoleum.

You’ll also visit the Red Fort of Agra, a 16th Century red sandstone monument that was once the main residence of the Mughal Empire.

Overnight will be in Agra.

DAY 5 Agra

The stunning view of the sun coming up over the Taj Mahal throughout our visit this morning is a gift for getting up early. What is arguably the most beautiful and poetic edifice in the globe has been in existence for more than 350 years, yet its elegance and harmony remain undamaged by time. It took 22 years to complete and was commissioned by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his favourite wife, Mumtaz. Under the dome made of white sandstone, the Great Moghul is buried next to his lover.

We will return to the hotel for breakfast and some downtime after our excursion.

After a filling meal, we will tour the impressive Agra Fort and Itimad-ud-Daulah, sometimes known as the “Baby Taj,”. The majesty of these two magnificent sites on each side of the Yamuna river explains why Agra served as the Mughal Empire’s initial capital. This spectacular red sandstone fortification was erected by Moghul Emperor Akbar to protect the imperial capital and its numerous castles.

Between the two excursions, we’ll take a bit of time to eat lunch and perhaps sample some regional specialties like paan (a sweetened betel leaf which you chew) or the dry dessert petha. You can go on a tuk-tuk tour to wander around the congested lanes of the historic city of Agra.

We will proceed to the Mehtab Bagh, a meadow, to wrap off our tour in Agra. Here, you can see the Taj Mahal from a new angle as the sun sets in the background and the Yamuna River flows through the front.

In the evening, you may like to participate in an elective cooking showcase in a local home and create some of the delicacies for which Indian cuisine is famed, or you may want to see the alternative Mohabbat-E Taj Live show.

Optional Mohabbat-E Taj Live Show
In a captivating Bollywood-style performance, experience an unforgettable evening learning about the romantic story of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. The 1-hour melody show depicts in graphic detail how Shah Jahan constructed the famous Taj Mahal after his cherished wife Mumtaz passed away during maternity. The biggest Taj Mahal model, which is on display, is composed of flawless white Makrana marbles, precisely like the original monument. This will be a night to remember, with performances by over 40 gifted performers donning stunning outfits!

DAY 6 Agra - Ranthambore

Today drive approximately 5-6 hours to Ranthambore, visiting Fatehpur Sikri en route. Upon arrival in Ranthambore, check into your hotel, the remainder of the day is at leisure.


Fatehpur Sikri – Located 40km from Agra, Fatehpur Sikri was built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 after it was prophesised that the then childless Akbar would have sons if he moved his capital to the site. At great expense to the empire, the capital was moved here but sadly only occupied for 14 years before slowly being deserted and ruined after Akbar left the city due to a scarcity of water.

Overnight will be in Ranthambore.

DAY 07 Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park – Is one of the prime examples of Project Tiger’s conservation efforts in Rajasthan. The forest around Ranthambore was once the private hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur and is one of the largest national parks in Northern India. Ranthambore National Park is renowned for its tiger population; however, you may also come across other wild animals such as leopard, nilgai, Wild Boar, sambar, hyena and Sloth Bear.


Today, enjoy wildlife drives in the early morning and late afternoon in search of the elusive Bengal tiger. Although well known for its tiger population, Ranthambore is also home to sambars, panthers, marsh crocodiles, sloth bears and leopards, as well as being a bird watcher’s paradise. Please note: You will need your passport to gain entry to the national park.


Each safari takes place in a private jeep with up to six other individuals and lasts about three hours. An expert park ranger is in every vehicle to help you identify any wildlife you see. With a set number of cars permitted in each area of the park, Ranthambore uses a zone system to prevent overcrowding on roadways. (We will pay for entire Jeep & only you people will be in jeep , no sharing ). Overnight stay at Ranthambore.

Day 08 Ranthambore

You’ll leave for your second safari this morning. Tigers are more energetic in the chilly morning hours before the heat of the day pushes them to seek shelter, so getting up early gives you the best chance of seeing one. They might be sauntering through the forests, cooling off at the lakes, or perhaps out hunting.

You will return to your accommodation after your morning safari for lunch and some downtime before setting out again in the late morning for another chance to see animals.

Overnight will be at Ranthambore.

Day 09 Ranthambhore

Day at leisure to relax. Vehicle will be available as per your needs.

Overnight stay at Ranthambore.

Day 10 Ranthambore - Jaipur

Breakfast at Hotel. Later drive approximately 4 to 5 hours to Jaipur. Upon arrival check into your hotel where the rest of your day is at leisure to relax or explore independently.


Jaipur – Known as the ‘Pink City’ for the colour of the buildings in the old town. Some parts of the road are very rough so the journey takes most of the afternoon. Jaipur was founded in 1727 as Mughal power within India was declining. The then Maharaja Jai Singh moved his capital from Amber Fort down onto the plain below. The city is now the capital of Rajasthan State and commonly called the ‘Pink City’ because of the pink paint on all the buildings in the old city area. This was apparently done to imitate the magnificent, red sandstone buildings of the Mughals and in an attempt to impress the Prince of Wales when he visited Jaipur in 1876.

Overnight will be in Jaipur.

Day 11 Jaipur

Jaipur, which is frequently referred to as the “PINK CITY,” was first coated terracotta pink by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh to honour Prince Albert’s visit in 1853.

We will go to the Palace of the Winds presently, a five-story structure that was constructed around 1760 and may be seen on many postcards from India. We will then travel to the Amber Fort. This magnificent highland fortification offers magnificent scenery of the surrounding plains and is home to what must be the world’s finest Chamber of Mirrors.

We will have the chance to pause and take in the Jal Mahal palace as we proceed toward City Palace. The sandstone palace, which stands in the center of Man Sagar Lake and, as its name suggests, means “water palace,” makes for a stunning photo backdrop.

The flawless fusion of ancient Rajasthani and Mughal art will be on display when we visit the elaborate City Palace. A beautiful and well-preserved museum has been created in a portion of the palace today. The renowned Maharaja-astronomer Jai Singh constructed the UNESCO-listed Jantar Mantar , an astronomical observatory, across the street from the palace. The world’s largest sundial is present there.

You have been given the afternoon available to discover even more Jaipur at your own pace. You might decide to go to one of the well-known bazaars, which are brimming with treasures like marble statues, vintage textiles, local percussion instruments, and traditional print blocks. The Raj Mandir cinema, an art deco-style Theater where residents cheer on their preferred movie stars, can let you watch a well-known Bollywood film in the evening.

Overnight will be at Jaipur.

Day 12 Jaipur

Day at leisure to relax by the hotel pool or in the spa, explore Jaipur’s many bazaars or take a sunrise balloon ride over the peaceful countryside. Alternatively, visit the craft village of Sanganer, famous for textile printing, its handmade paper industry etc.

Overnight will be in Jaipur.

DAY 12: Jaipur – Delhi

After leisurely breakfast at hotel, we will proceed to Delhi ( Approx 05 hours drive ). Upon arrival in Delhi Check – into your hotel, the remainder of the day is at leisure. Overnight stay at Delhi.

Day 13 Delhi – Home

Morning, in time meet at hotel & will be transferred to you at IGI airport.

The end of the tour


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