tour : NEW DELHI- AGRA - jaipur

Duration: 3-7 Days

A journey that immerses you in India’s captivating history, where magnificent architecture intertwines with lively culture. Exploring the cities where past gracefully waltzes with the present, where architectural marvels like Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Hawa Mahal share the stage with contemporary wonders. On this adventure, prepare to be enchanted by to savor the rich flavors of Mughal cuisine.

Highlights of the Tour

  • Relish the Old Delhi city tour, known for its narrow lanes and historical landmarks from the city’s deep-rooted past. From traditional bazaars and spice markets to narrow alleys filled with shops, the streets of Chandni Chowk are a sensory delight.
  • Visit the Red Fort, an imposing Mughal fortress, and adjacent to the fort lies Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India. Its vast courtyard and striking architecture make it a serene and imposing structure. 
  • Explore Qutub Minar, and the Humayun’s Tomb, which was constructed in the mid-16th century as the final resting place of the Mughal Emperor Humayun.
  • Take on a beautiful journey through the City of Taj starting with Shri Mankameshwar Mandir, a revered Hindu temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
  • Close to the temple, Kinari Bazaar’s narrow lanes are lined with shops with a diverse array of goods, from traditional textiles and embroidered fabrics to jewelry, handicrafts, and souvenirs. 
  • Also explore the Jama Masjid, yet another marvel built by Shah Jahan, with impressive Mughal architecture, intricate carvings and a spacious courtyard. 
  • Undoubtedly the crown jewel of Agra & India, the Taj Mahal is a marble masterpiece well renowned in Asia as well as around the globe. Arriving early in the morning for the Sunrise Taj Mahal tour, you get to witness the ethereal beauty of the monument as it bathes in the soft hues of the rising sun.
  • Visit to Mehtab Bagh in the afternoon. This riverside garden offers a serene view of the Taj Mahal across the Yamuna River.
  • Explore Agra Fort and Fehtehpur Sikri on your way to Jaipur. Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site has the grandeur of a red sandstone fortress, which served as the main residence of the Mughal emperors. Marvel at the architecture, including the Diwan-i-Am, Diwan-i-Khas, and the impressive Jahangiri Mahal.
  • Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fatehpur Sikri is a testament to the imperial vision of the Mughal emperor Akbar. Situated about 40 kilometers west of Agra, this fortified city was built in the 16th century and served as the capital of the Mughal Empire for a short but significant period.
  • The majestic Amber Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is nestled atop a hill; this fort-turned-palace boasts intricate architecture, mirrored halls, and sweeping views of the surrounding landscape. Explore the Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Palace) and the intricate carvings that adorn this regal edifice. 
  • Venture next to the Hawa Mahal, an architectural marvel with its honeycomb of windows and experience the grandeur of the City Palace, Jal Mahal and Albert Hall Museum.


Over the centuries, Delhi has served as the capital for several empires, including the Mughals and the British. And even as the current capital city of India, it stands as a multifaceted testament to the nation’s rich history, cultural diversity, and rapid modernization. Geographically situated along the Yamuna River, this expansive metropolis covers both Old and New Delhi. The city serves as a microcosm of India, where multiple languages, traditions, and lifestyles coexist.

Agra, in its entirety, is a story etched in stone– best known as the home of the iconic Taj Mahal, its allure extends beyond this magnificent monument. The city finds mention in the Mahabharata, one of the ancient Indian epics, where it is referred to as “Agravana.” Agra’s essence also lies in the lively streets, bustling markets, and the warmth of its people. With its narrow winding lanes and ancient structures, it reflects the architectural splendor of the bygone Mughal era. 

Fatehpur Sekri, a ghostly city frozen in time, offers a glimpse into a once-thriving Mughal capital. These architectural wonders are not mere structures, but gateways to an era of opulence and artistry.

Abhaneri offers a captivating window into Rajasthan’s rich architectural excellence. At its heart lies the CHAND BAORI stepwell, a masterpiece and an architectural marvel boasting an astounding 3,500 steps, making it one of India’s deepest stepwell. 

Affectionately known as the “Pink City” due to its terracotta-hued buildings, Jaipur is a destination in Rajasthan, India, that truly encapsulates the spirit of royalty and tradition. Perched on hills surrounding the city are forts with its imposing ramparts and ornate palaces, telling the story of Rajput valor. Jaipur has also been a hub of culture, arts, and crafts. The city’s bazaars, such as Johari Bazaar and Bapu Bazaar, showcase traditional Rajasthani crafts, with jewelry, textiles, and pottery. 

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