Item Code: 49-7867

03 Nights / 04 Days


Delhi Agra Jaipur







On arrival at Delhi International Airport you will be greeted by our representative & start your Delhi tour visit the  Jama Masjid which is the biggest mosque  also enjoy the street of Chandni chowk  and later Drive past to the Red fort of Delhi Later visit India Gate. This beautiful Gate was built during the British era. This Gate was erected in the memory of those brave soldiers who showed extreme valor and sacrificed their lives in the world war. Afterwards visit President House: – This decision to build a residence in New Delhi for the British Viceroy was taken after it was decided during the Delhi Durbar in December 1911 that the capital of India would be relocated from Calcutta to Delhi. When the plan for a new city, New Delhi, adjacent to end south of Old Delhi, was developed after the Delhi Durbar, the new palace for the Viceroy of India was given an enormous size and prominent position. Also visit the Raj Ghat (The mahatma Gandhi’s Memorial) and Safdar ganj Tomb. Afterwards you are driven straight to Agra, the home of Taj. Upon arrival in Agra, check in the hotel. Enjoy overnight stay

Early morning visit the epitome of love-the Taj Mahal. This white marble edifice erected on the bank of river Yamuna took 22 years time to be finished. This is the supreme expression of love of a man for his beloved. The interiors of the cenotaph are highly decorated with the inlaid semi precious stones. After the Taj Mahal tour come back to your hotel for breakfast and check out from the hotel. Later proceed for your sightseeing visit the Agra fort .This fort was built by emperor Akbar and subsequent generations of mughals laid their contribution. It houses palaces like Akbari mahal, Khas mahal, Jahangir mahal, Deewan e aam,Dewan e khaas. Your private tour guide is going to narrate you about the life of mughal rulers later drive to Jaipur-route visiting the fabled ‘’city of ghost’’. Fatehpur Sikri This once capital of Mughal Empire was made by mughal king Akbar who as the folk lore goes was bleesed by sufi saint called saikh Saleem Chishti. He built a string of royal places and a huge mosque saddled on top of hillock. But this marvelous city which was almost twice size of contemporary London was abandoned, after being in use for just 13 years On your arrival in Jaipur you are assisted by us at the hotel. Enjoy overnight at the hotel in Jaipur.

Post breakfast and at 07:00am start your sightseeing of Jaipur with visit of Amber Fort, the majestic fort located at the top of Aravali Hills. Take a short ride on elephant’s back to reach at the fort, an overwhelming experience. Later you move to take beautiful picture of Jal Mahal which located middle of the Man Sagar Lake. Later you proceed to visit city palace, Hawa mahal and Jantar Mantar. Afterwards drive back to hotel and enjoy overnight stay at the hotel in Jaipur  

Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi, our driver will drop you at the airport to catch your flight for next destination.


  • All sightseeing and transfers by using air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Assistance on arrival/departure transfers.
  • Knowledgeable and English Speaking chauffeur.
  • Hotel accommodation on double/single sharing basis at all destinations.
  • Breakfast in the hotel at all destinations.
  • Government approved English speaking experience tour guide.
  • Enjoy the Rickshaw ride at Chowki Dhani in Old Delhi.
  • Enjoy the Elephant ride at Amber Fort Jaipur.
  • Enjoy the Horse cart ride at Taj Mahal in Agra.
  • Parking, toll taxes, fuel and driver allowance.
  • Govt. taxes as per current module.

Not Included

  • Any personal expenses like laundry, phone calls, etc.
  • Camera and monument entry fees.
  • Any airfare

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