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Places to Visit in India Package


Places to visit in India Package Includes Delhi,Agra and Jaipur Tour classic introduction to Golden Triangle especially for the first time visitors on holidays in India. If you’ve never been to the subcontinent before, start here for it could not get any more better and enriching cultural experience than a Delhi, Agra and  Jaipur – Places to visit in India Package

Package Overview

Total Days including Arrival & Departure : 15 days

Countries Covered : India

Places Covered : Delhi (2N) – Mandawa (1N) – Bikaner (1N) – Jaisalmer (2N) – Jodhpur (1N) – Mount Abu (2N) – Udaipur (2N) – Jaipur (2N) – Agra (1N)

Highlights of the places covered : Adventurer Tradition

Tour Start Location : Delhi Tour End Location : Delhi

Tour Type : Tailore Made
This Places to visit in india tour package is Tailer made / Customised itinerary based on your requirement & convenience. Dedicated private car will be provided to you / your family for the entire trip. If you are travelling as Single traveller then there is a Single Supplement charges applicable. We assure you that we offer you the comfortable stay and transport services.


places to visit in india- Delhi Agra Jaipur India

places to visit in india – Delhi Agra Jaipur India

Day 01 : Arrival at Delhi Airport,Transfer to Hotel
Meet & Greet on arrival at Delhi Airport and You will be received by our representative at the airport, who will escort you to the hotel. Rest of the day is leisure for exploring the vibrant night life at Delhi.
Night Stay : Delhi

Day 02 : Delhi Sightseeing
After breakfast, We will take you on a sightseeing tour of Rajghat, JantarMantar, Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhawan and India Gate.
Night Stay : Delhi

Day 03: Delhi to Mandawa (4hrs)
After breakfast check out from hotel and drive to Mandawa. On arrival,check- in at the hotel. Spend the afternoon with sightseeing tour of Mandawa, dominated by an imposing mirage like fort. This region is famous for its havelis and Shekhawati paintings.
Night Stay : Mandawa

Day 04 : Mandawa to Bikaner (3hrs)
After breakfast, move to Bikaner. On arrival, check-in at the hotel.In the afternoon visit Junagarh Fort which includes AnupMahal, GajMandir, Sheesh Mahal and Prachina Museum, Lalgarh Palace.
Night Stay : Bikaner

Day 05 : Bikaner to Jaisalmer (4.5hrs)
After breakfast, check out from hotel & transfer to Jaisalmer. On arrival, check-in at your hotel.
Night Stay : Jaisalmer

Day 06 : Jaisalmer Sightseeing
After breakfast, visit the Jaisalmer Fort which is made of unique Golden Lime stone, that’s why it’s known as Golden Fort or Sonar Kella. Then visit Patwon-ki-haveli, Nathmal-ki-haveli, Salimsingh-ki-Haveli. People still live in these ancient buildings dating from 12th to 15th century. Every house has exquisite carvings and filigreed work. After that, also visit Gadishar Lake. In the evening proceed for camel ride on Sam Sand Dunes & you can experience the spectacular view of sunset in Thardesert.
Night Stay : Jaisalmer

Day 07 : Jaisalmar to Jodhpur (4.5hrs)
After breakfast, drive to Jodhpur and take a sightseeing tour and visit Unmaid Palace, Meharangarh fort and JaswantThada. Clock tower is a popular landmark in the Old city.
Night Stay : Jodhpur

Day 08 : Jodhpur to Mount Abu (5hrs)
After breakfast, move to Mt. Abu. On arrival, check-in to the hotel. In the evening enjoy the sunset from Sunset View Point in Mt. Abu.
Night Stay : Mount Abu

Day 09 : Mount Abu Sightseeing
After breakfast,we will take you on Mt. Abu city tour. Visiting PrajapitaBrahmakumari, Adhar Devi Temple, Achalgarh, Guru Sikhar, Dilwara Jain Temple, Honeymoon Point, Art Gallery & Nakki Lake where you can enjoy boat ride in at your own cost.
Night Stay : Mount Abu

Day 10 : Mount Abu to Udaipur (3hrs)
After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive for Udaipur (Beautiful Lake City of Rajasthan). On arrival, check-in at the hotel. In the evening take a breath taking boat tour over the picturesque Lake Pichola (at your own cost) to admire the royal buildings around the Lake and enjoy the scenic sunset view. From the lake you have a wonderful view of the City Palace stretching along the east bank, while the south bank has pleasant gardens running down to the waterside.
Night Stay : Udaipur

Day 11 : Udaipur Local Sightseeing
After breakfast, we will take you on Udaipur city tour. Visit FatehSagar, MaharanaPratap Memorial, take a photo stop at Nehru Garden, Sehelion-KI-Bari – Queen’s resort for their friends, Sukhadia Circle (Drive Pass), BhartiyaLokkala Museum – a museum of folk and art, it displays a rich collection of folk dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls. Later, visit the City Palace – the largest palace complex of Rajasthan, Jagdish Temple – built by MaharanaJagat Singh and dedicated to Lord Vishnu & GulabBagh.
Night Stay : Udaipur

Day 12 : Udaipur to Jaipur (5.5hrs)
After breakfast, proceed to the Pink City – Jaipur. On arrival at Jaipur, check-in at your hotel.
Night Stay : Jaipur

Day 13 : Jaipur Sightseeing
Take your breakfast and explore the city. Start with full day local sightseeing in Jaipur. Visit Amber Fort & Palace, “Gaitore” Cenetophs (Front View), take a photo stop at JalMahal, City Palace & Museum, JantarMantar (Observatory) & take a photo stop at HawaMahal. The evening is free for leisure.
Night Stay : Jaipur

Day 14 : Jaipur to Agra (4hrs)
After breakfast, drive to another historical and romantic city – Agra. Enroute visit Sikandara – the mausoleum of Emperor Akbar. On arrival check-in at the hotel.In the afternoon visit the world famous TajMahal – the most precious gift of love built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his loving wife Mumtaz and also visit the Marble inlay making factories to see traditional workers making amazing marble crafts.
Night Stay : Agra

Day 15 : Agra to Delhi. Drop to Airport
After breakfast, check out from hotel and drive to Delhi Airport to board the flight to your onward destination.Tour ends.

Place Details


A megacity whose fast pace and jarring contrasts are guaranteed to induce a degree of wide-eyed amazement, Indias capital is a compelling point of arrival. The vestiges of at least seven great urban centres rise cheek-by-jowl from the banks of the Yamuna River here, dating back more than 3,500 years.
The most evocative of them is the Jama Masjid, the magnificent sandstone and white-marble Friday Mosque constructed by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in Old Delhi. Climb one of its minarets for a matchless view over the surrounding roofscape to the ramparts of the Red Fort, where the Mughals held court in a hidden world of cusp arched pavilions and pillared audience halls. From there, travel across town to the grandiloquent centerpiece of the former British capital, Rajpath, then visit the nearby National Museum, with its priceless collection of Indian antiquities, before progressing to Delhis southern fringes where the exquisitely carved Qutb Minar tower has dominated the skyline since AD 1202.
Evenings may be spent listening to the infectious Sufi rhythms of qawwali at the shrine of Nizammuddin, souvenir hunting in the backstreets of Hauz Khas, or dining in some of Indias most sophisticated Mughlai restaurants.



The city of Mandawa, founded in the mid 18th century, was once a town inhabited by the rich merchant families. The wealthy and dominant merchants constructed massive havelis, adorned with beautiful wall paintings, for the purpose of their residence. However, with time, the merchants moved on and migrated to other areas, leaving the beautiful havelis in the shadows of anonymity. Still, the magnificence of these havelis did not diminish and now they have become a major tourist attraction of the city.
The beautiful wall paintings that decorate the havelis of Mandawa in Rajasthan, India, have seen the themes changing from time to time. In the earlier days, mythology dominated the themes of the frescoes, displaying local legends, animals, portraits, hunting and wrestling scenes, etc. 19th century saw the themes being changed to reflect the British (Raj) influence on the Indian culture. The traditional subjects were exchanged for cars, trains, balloons, telephones, gramophones, English men in hunting attires and portraits of the haveli owners immaculately dressed, etc.



Rajasthans fourth city, Bikaner, rises from the eastern fringes of the Thar Desert, its medieval core encircled by rich pink sandstone ramparts. A crop of ancient Jain shrines and eccentric 19th-century havelis (walled mansions) cluster in the sand-blown back lanes of the old town, but stately Junagadh Fort, on low ground to the north, is the main reason why so many tourists choose to break the long journey to Jaisalmer here. The citadel was built in the late 16th century and is noteworthy first and foremost for the treasures housed in its ornately decorated mahals. One wing of the palace now holds an atmospheric heritage hotel.



Rajasthans dreamy desert citadel emerges from the sand flats like a vision from the Arabian Nights. Camel treks, visits to painted-mud villages, rooftop music recitals and star gazing are added attractions.
Jaisalmer is the undisputed jewel of the Thar. A honey-colored fortress town surrounded by a huge expanse of parched scrub and sand, it lies a long journey west of Rajasthans main transport arteries, but once the iconic, bastions have appeared on the horizon, youll know the effort has been worthwhile. For centuries an important trade hub for merchants caravans crossing the desert, the citadel and its surrounding streets hold a unique collection of beautifully carved, ochre-hued havelis and palaces, whose intricate stonework turns a striking molten color in the light of late afternoon. One of the most magical experiences Rajasthan has to offer is a sun-downer music session on a fl at rooftop up in the fort, with local musicians playing harmonium and tabla. For a still more vivid taste of the Thar, join a camel trek through the immaculately painted, mud-walled villages of the surrounding desert to a luxury tent camp, where you can enjoy a spicy Rajasthani thali cooked on a blazing fire, under the starriest of kies.



Capital of the former kingdom of Marwar, Jodhpur owes its prominence to the trade route that once passed its gates, connecting the ports of Gujarat with the cities of the northern plains. The resulting wealth enabled the Marwari rulers to construct one of Indias most fabulous forts Mehrangarh on top of a near-vertical escarpment. The cuboid houses of the old town below are painted a hundred shades of blue a practise said to denote the homes of local Brahmins (but which actually derives from attempts to discourage termites by adding copper sulphate to limewash). Whatever its roots, the custom has created a unique spectacle, best appreciated from the ramparts and royal apartments of Mehrangarh, whose jharokha balconies and finely scalloped windows frame wonderful views of the cobalt chequerboard below. Also visible to the south is the enormous bulk of Umaid Bhavan, a palace built in 1929 by the local Maharaja. It is said to have taken an army of 3,000 labourers sixteen years to construct and holds 347 lavishly decorated rooms, some of them in high Art-Deco style.



Spread around the shores of shimmering Lake Pichola, Udaipur is the dreamiest of Rajasthans cities. Its skyline of whitewashed havelis and temple towers, rising to the ochre walls and domes of the Sisodia dynastys exquisite City Palace, is one of the most recognisable in Asia, while the sunset views across the water and pleasure palaces on the lake are justifiably the stuff of legend. Shah Jahan once spent a summer here and it is said he was so taken with the beauty of the architecture that he used it as a blueprint for the Taj Mahal. Todays visitors divide their time between explorations of the warrenous old city, and tours of the City Palace, with its richly ornamented mahals. Udaipur also boasts a bumper crop of breathtakingly beautiful palace hotels, and these provide regal bases for day trips to the many monuments scattered among the nearby Aravalli Hills.



The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, has a markedly different feel from the other two corners of the so-called Golden Triangle. The traffic is no less intense, but amid the chaos of its walled Old City wander the odd painted elephant and camel carts, driven by men in vibrant turbans with handlebar moustaches. The architecture is spectacularly flamboyant. Set in an orderly grid plan by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1727, the buildings here are painted a regulation salmon-pink color, forming a mellow backdrop for markets crammed with dazzling tie-dye cloth and mirror-inlaid patchwork quilts.
Blending the Persian-inflected elegance of the Mughals with the Rajput love of flair, Jaipurs palace hotels provide dreamy havens from the bustle of the bazaars outside. Recommended excursions include the trip to nearby Amber, a Rajput palace like something off the pages of the Arabian Nights.



Indias iconic Mughal tomb fully merits its reputation as the worlds most exquisite building. Agras heart-stopping centerpiece needs little introduction. Rising from the brown-ochre river banks on the southeast fringes of the city like a vision of heaven, the Taj Mahal is the worlds most ethereal building, and the ultimate monument to romantic love. Having admired the white-marble masterpiece in different lights, venture further north to see the tomb as it would have looked to its creator, the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, whiling away his last years incarcerated in the gilded apartments of Agra Fort.
A welcome respite from the citys frenzied streets is the exquisite tomb of Akbar, on the northern outskirts, which rises from parkland grazed by gazelles and black-faced langur monkeys – like a picture from a Mughal miniature. The ghostly ruins of the palace complex the great Mughal emperor built, after his conquest of Gujarat, on a ridge 28 miles (45 km) southwest at Fatehpur Sikri is Agras other obligatory day trip.


Hotel & Price Options

About the Hotel selections
We have spent lot of time in inspecting the hotels in every place and based on ISO Quality standards and various parameters such as location, cleanliness, staff service quality, facilities in the hotel & etc… We got the very strong positive feedback from our previous clients about the hotels we offer. You can sit back and relax. We are happy to make your trip more memorable.


Place Name Premium Hotel Luxury Hotel
Delhi Taj Princess-The Boutique Hotel(5 Star)
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Welcome Hotel Dwarka (5 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Mandawa ()
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Bikaner Hotel Harasar Haveli (4 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
The Lallgarh Palace (4 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Jaisalmer The Taj Gateway Hotel Rawalkot (4 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Welcome Heritage Mandir Palace (4 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Jodhpur Indana Palace Jodhpur (5 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Vivanta By Taj Hari Mahal (5 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Mount Abu ()
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Udaipur Radisson Blu Udaipur Palace Resort & Spa (4 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Chunda Palace (4 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Jaipur Umaid Mahal Heritage Castle (Resort)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
ITC Rajputana, A Luxury Collection Hotel (5 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Agra Hotel Clarks Shiraz (4 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast
Radisson Blu Hotel Taj East Gate Road Agra (5 Star)
Food Plan : Bed & Breakfast

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