India was once said the Golden Bird and that was true when we see the great marvels of the past like the TAJ Mahal and the rich palaces of the kings, with such great decorations and vast infrastructures.
The epitome of love the 7th wonder of the worlds the greatest building of romance and love crafted with perfection by artisans from India, Persia, Iran over a period of 22 years.
The Amber fort Jaipur and its Diwan- e- Khas the palace of the private audience which seated the kings and their nobles is a great piece of belgian glass art.
City Palace Udaipur the privately owned and maintains Palace with a series of beautifully decorated rooms which were once the home to the rulers of Udaipur built on the banks of Lake Pichola it makes a great view of water and forests at one side to the view of the city of udaipur on another.
Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Cittorgarh - Udaipur - Delhi
Day - 1
Start with the national Capital go around the temples and the prominent buildings of the government. Visit the monument Qutub Minar and optional Ref Fort as there are more Red forts you can explore one at Agra which is a better choice. End the day with a walk around the Connaught place and the busy streets of Delhi.
Pack up and leave for Agra along with a visit to the Akshardham temple at Noida few km's from Delhi. Enjoy the meals at the only midway on the best highway of India Delhi-Agra Expressway. Reach Agra relax at the hotel and the choice is yours to visit the Taj at sunset today or sunrise tomorrow as these are the best of times. Back to hotel at your leisure or shop around in Agra.
In the morning visit the monument Red Fort, the Red Fort of Agra which was once the centre of the Mughals, when they were at their peak. Also visit the Baby Taj during the day. Afternoon at Leisure, and then at evening visit the Taj Mahal at sunset to watch the white walls changing hue as the skies change. Feeling the love and passion of Shah-Jahan for Mumtaz Mahal.
Start on your journey to Jaipur visiting Fatehpur Sikri on the way. Reaching Jaipur by evening you can enjoy the city markets, a riot of colours amid the Pink City by a rickshaw i.e man powered chariot or by tuk-tuk. Go around and catch a sneak of the cities monuments watching them illuminated at night. Dinner at hotel and relax.
Visit the majestic Amer Fort in the morning on the back of an elephant, and on the way back get some photographs of the Jal Mahal or the lake palace, optional visit to the Gaitors the memorials of the Kings. Then to the Jantar Mantar observatory. Optional visits to City Palace Jaipur and the Jaigarh Fort which boast of having the biggest Cannon. Shop around for souvenirs and drive past the state assembly and the war memorial and the Statue Circle.
Day -6 Start for the city of Lakes on the way visiting the most inspiring and tell-a-tale fort which is now left to abandon in ruins the Chittorgarh Fort - One of the greatest of Forts in India, the former capital of Mewar it consist of temples, museum and palace complex along with the famed Vijay Stambh or the victory tower built in 1448 and one can visit the top to capture the birds eye views of Chittorgarh. Continue for your onward journey to Udaipur. Night at the hotel in Udaipur.
Start with a boat ride in Lake Pichola and a visit to the best of Palace the City Palace Udaipur. Have lunch and continue to the Friends Palace, or the beautiful Gardens meant for the queen and her friends, drive through the other lakes and not to miss the Gulab Bagh the green avenue of Udaipur. If Interested visit the Sahastra Bahu Temple few km's for Udaipur and the EklingJii temple a few extra miles. In the evening enjoy a Rajasthani folk dance and music show along with your dinner. Have a great night.
Leave for Delhi by air reaching a few hours before you board the flight back home.
Bidding you a Good Bye and wish to meet you again.
Visit to the offbeat and charming Chittorgarh
Jaipur Markets exploration.
See to believe one of the biggest cannon of the world at Jaigarh Jaipur.
Chance to see smaller town's of India.
A family lunch along with cooking lesson.