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15 Days Unpluged Tour of India

15 Days Unpluged Tour of India

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15 Days Unpluged Tour of India

No of Days - 15

Nof of Nights - 14

Destination Covered - 2 Nights Delhi- 1 Night Agra- 2 Night  Ranthambore --2 Nights Jaipur,- 1 Nights pushkar,  1 Nights bikaner, 2 Nights Jaisalmer- 1 Night- Jodhpur, 2 Nights Udaipur

Tour stars From - Delhi

Tours Ends at - Udaipur

Tour Language - Enlglish ( if spanish and other language required email us ) 

Day 1 DELHI :- Arrive in india and our represntative will greet you and warmly welcome you at New Delhi airport. Then our driver will transfer you to the Hotel. This is the time to unpack your luggage and relax. In the afternoon you can visit the Tomb of safdarjung

The Safdarjung Tomb of Delhi, India, is a monument to the capital of India. It is a tomb that was built between 1753 and 1754 as a mausoleum of Nawab Safdarjung. Nawab was Prime Minister of Emperor Ahmed Shah Bahadur since 1748. It is also called the Tomb of Safdar Jang

Then visit Lodhi Gardens – Lodi Gardens, “Lodi Gardens”, is a 360,000 square meter Delhi park where you will find the tomb of Mohammed Shah, the tomb of Sikander Lodi, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, buildings of the 15th century Afghan dynasty. This site is a site protected by the Archaeological Service of India.

Then you can visit the Khan market, then you can return to the hotel to rest.
 

Day 2 Delhi :- Start the Delhi excursion after breakfast. First visit Qutab Minar is one of the tallest and most famous towers in the world. The minaret has a height of 73 meters and the highest single tower in the world. Other important towers in the world are the Great Pagoda in Beijing (China) and the Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy), but none of these towers are not as tall as the Qutab Minar in Delhi, which is why the Qutab Minar tower is special

Then visit the Tomb of Humayun This impressive funeral work was built for the remains of Humayun, the second Mughal emperor, after his death. Hamida Banu Begum, Akbar’s main wife and mother, commissioned this architectural marvel to have his beloved’s remains marched into a real palace and supervised the details of the mausoleum’s construction thoroughly

Then see the Red Fort of Delhi, also known as Lal Qila (in Hindi). Its construction began in 1638 and lasted about 10 years. Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal emperor, planned its construction when he moved the capital of the Mughal empire from Agra to Delhi, at the time known as Shahjahanabad. The Red Fort located along the Yamuna River and next to the Salimgarh Fort, built in 1546 by Islam Shah Suri, formed the Red Fort complex that covered an area of 49 hectare

Then visit Jama Masjid (or the Friday Mosque) is the largest mosque in India. can accommodate 25,000 devotees and is located opposite the Red Fort, on top of a hill. It began to be built in 1644 in the image and likeness of Agra. It has three large doors, four towers and minarets of red sandstone and white marble 40 meters high which can be accessed through a staircase. It is topped with three black and white marble domes.

later on visit the spice market and chandni chowk. Then return back to the hotel for overnight stay. 

Day 3 Delhi - start your day with breakfast and visit the President house, Parliament house, India Gate and Lotus temple if time allows then visit the Akshardham temple in the evening. 

Day 4 Delhi – Agra :- This morning after breakfast leave the hotel and travel to Agra. It will take 3 hours by Yamuna Express Highway. When you arrive Agra our representative will welcome you. You will be transferred to the Hotel. Check In Then start the half day tour, first visit the Red Fort of agra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is only about 2 kilometers from the famous Taj Mahal. The structure of this fortress was built by the Mughals, although there was already a fort in the same place that dates back to the 11th century

The design of the Agra Fort is similar to the design of the Delhi Red Fort although it is much better preserved, as the Delhi Fort was razed by the British after a revolt
. Both the palace and the defensive structure were built mainly with red sandstone.

Then visit Mehtab bagh Jardin which is located exactly on the back side of the taj mahal dodne people visit there to catch the view on his camera at sunset. It is a garden that has itself it is said that this garden was built by Emperor Babur
(around the year 1530). It should be noted that Emperor Shah Jahan considered this place as the perfect place to enjoy the views of the Taj Mahl.

As part of the garden there were paths, pavilions, ponds, fountains, as well as fruit trees and daffodils. The garden was designed as an integral part of the Taj Mahal complex, in fact the width is equal to the rest of the Taj. Some legends claim that the 17th century French traveler Jean Baptiste Tavernier mentioned that Shah Jahan wanted to build his own mausoleum in black marble, like a twin of the Taj, but finally could not carry out the project since he was taken prisoner by his own son Aurangzeb.

later on Return back to the hotel for overnight stay. 

Day 5 Agra - Ranthambore :- Wake up early in the morning and proceed to visit the Taj Mahal is one of the most beautiful, delicate and surprising constructions in the world. Easily recognizable by its shape and beautifully maintained gardens, the Taj Mahal is located in India. Capture the moments of taj mahl in the camera and v then return to the hotel for breakfast

After breakfast trip to Ranthambore. On the way, stop to visit Fatehpur Sikri. Abandoned and left in ruins, this ancient Mughal city dates back to the 16th century. Listed among UNESCO World Heritage sites in India, the city has many attractions. The tomb of the holy miracle maker, Salim Chisti is visited by devotees of all religions. The Buland Darwaza leading to the city is the most powerful gate in the world

After enjoying the views of the bygone era, head to Ranthambore for a Golden Triangle tiger tour. India’s popular national parks are among the best in the country with a healthy population of Bengal royal tigers. The desert is also home to the 11th century Ranthambore Fort, which ranks among the forts of Rajasthan Hill that have UNESCO World Heritage status

Upon arrival, check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day at your own pace. Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 6 Ranthambore :- On Day 5 of your Golden Triangle Tour with Ranthambore Tiger Safari, start your day with an early morning wildlife safari at Ranthambore National Park. Observe the majestic tigers or other wild animals that inhabit the lands. After the expedition, return to the hotel for a luxurious breakfast served at the hotel. In addition, you can proceed with an afternoon safari in the jungle. Rest at night in hotel and enjoy

 

.Day 6 Ranthambore to Jaipur :- Wake up to the calls of nature, after which you can proceed to a delicious breakfast. Later, proceed with the transfer to Jaipur. Rajasthan's "Pink City" is the capital of the royal state and is home to fortresses, palaces, royal architecture, delicious cuisines, interesting things to do and many cherished experiences Upon arrival, check into your hotel room.

The day is at your own pace, but you can choose to spend it exploring the colorful markets, enjoying the culture, savoring some gastronomic delights and more. In the evening visit Chokhi Dhani is a popular village themed setting where you can enjoy a glimpse of Rajasthani culture. Overnight stay at the hotel
 
Day 7 Jaipur :- Start the day after breakfast in Jaipur city, first then visit Amer Fort. They have an elephant ride to Amer. These wonderful animals are decorated with traditional painted motifs and effortlessly transport visitors to the steep hillside of the fortress. Amer is the classic and romantic palace, with a magnificent aura. We will also visit other top monuments such as Hawamahal (Palace of Winds), Jal Mahal (Palace of Water), Jantar Mantar (Astronomy and Observatory) and City Palace. Free afternoon to visit the traditional market. The town offers traditional shops perfect for shopping for antiques, jewelry, crafts and metal. Accommodation at the hotel. 
 
Day 8 Jaipur – Pushkar  :- In the morning, you will be transferred by road from Jaipur to Pushkar. In the afternoon, you will visit Pushkar - one of the holiest places for Hindus and considered one of the oldest cities in India. When a demon Vajra Nabha killed the children of Brahma, Brahma struck him with a lotus flower that killed the demon. A lotus petal fell in Pushkar and a lake formed. A temple dedicated to Brahma is the only one of its kind in the world. Hindus believe that bathing in the lake will ensure salvation. Pushkar is famous for its camel fair when thousands of camels are traded and cattle transportation is at your disposal to go to nearby areas. Accommodation is in Pushkar.
 
Day 9. Pushkar to Bikaner (5 hrs 195 km) :- drive to Bikaner-once a major commercial pole between Africa, West Asia and the extreme East. Art thrived by receiving the sponsorship of a rich merchant community. The city is famous for the best camels on horseback in the world. During your guided tour you will be able to visit camel farms, JUNAGARH Fort a formidable structure surrounded by a moat and has a beautiful palaces inside, these palaces, made of red sandstone and marble, make a coconut painters together with patios balconies, kiosks and window dotted throughout the
structure – LALLGARH palace now converted into a hotel Fort Museum vivien gives memories of the royal family, etc., visit the local bazaars for the hunting of souvenirs. Overnight stay at the Hotel
 
Day 10 Bikaner a Khuri (3hrs 202 km) :- travel to Khuri.It is a quiet place with mud houses and birdslike the patterns of Persian carpets.The sand Khuridunas offer you an experienceunforgettable in the land of the Rajputs.Enjoy the ride on the camelloatrás and leave to the propriolugartake your highlands hipnotizan.At night, organiceunafogata with the otrosturists (if there are) and listenssongs of 'Kalbeliyas'. Overnight stay in the village of Khuri.
 
Day 11 Khuri Al Jaisalmer (1 hrs 45 km) :-  Morning next day by car to Jaisalmer, "island in the sand", as it is also known. Rawal Jaisal founded it in 1156. Located at the end of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is a little gem in the heart of thar, the Great Indian Desert. There are places for visitors such as: Lake Gadi sagar, Fort of jaisalmer which has numerous Jain temples and palaces, Nathmal Haveli, PATWA Haveli. Overnight in Jaisalmer
 
Day 12 Jaisalmeral to Jodhpur (5 hrs) :- Drive five hours to Jodhpur, built by Rao Khodha of the Rajput clan in 1459The imperial city echoes the tales of antiquity in the desert void. This morning, visit the imposing Mehrangarh Fort, located at an elevated height of 400 feet (122 m) above the city. Visit Jaswant Thada, is a royal cenotaph of the nineteenth century built in with memorial of the Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. , the 33rd Rathore ruler of Jodhpur, Palace of Ummaid Bhawan in rose-colored sandstone. After the visit, departure to the hotel and overnight stay at the hotel
 
Day 13 Jodhpur - Udaipur via Ranakpur  :- In the morning, you will be road transfer from Jodhpur to Udaipur. You will visit the beautiful temples of Jain in Ranakpur from the 15th century along the way. The popular Ranakpur temple called Chamukha is made of marble and is dedicated to Adinathji- the first Tirthankara. It consists of more than twenty rooms and 1,444 pillars that are not similar. The shade and light of this place is truly exceptional and is a real pleasure for the eyes. Weather permitting, you can also visit Surya Temple and Jain Temple. The rest of the time is free to discover the various bazaars. Transportation is at your disposal to go to nearby areas. Accommodation is in Udaipur.
 
Day 14 - Udaipur :- In the morning departure to visit the city for half a day. You will visit the surroundings of the lake, built by Maharaja Bate Singh in 1754. Visit of Sahelion-Ki-Bari (the garden of the bridesmaids), a garden of pleasures with fountains and marble pavilions. You will visit the Museum and the Palace of the city. The Palace, overlooking Lake Pichola, is the largest resort in India, is a mix of Mughal and Rajput art. It used to be the winter retreat of the Maharaja. It was built in 1725. Composed of granite and marble with balconies, ornate windows and beautiful glass craftsmanship. The walls of the Royal Palace extend more than a kilometer on the eastern side of the lake. The Palace is a maze of courtyards, apartments and decorated rooms. Accommodation at the hotel. 
 
Day 15 - Udaipur- Departure :- This morning, after breakfast, you will be transferred to Udaipur airport. Where your tour will end with us with happy memories
  • • Assistance on arrival at New Delhi airport.
    • Transfers from the airport to the hotel and vice versa.
    • 7 night stay at luxury hotel
    • Daily breakfast at Delhi, Jaipur and Agra hotels. ( Depends on the category you choose)
    • Professional guide in Spanish with you in Delhi, Jaipur , Agra,
    • Visits according to the program in air-conditioned vehicle.
    • Rikshaw ride in new Delhi
    • Taj mahal shoe cover and batter vehicle
    • Elephant ride in Jaipur
  • Surprise gift.
    • Camel Ride in Khuri
    • Dance in Khuri
    • All taxes.
    • Driver assignments
    • Mineral water in the car
    • Anti bacterial gel
    mask
  • Car disinfected
    • Uniform driver
  •  International and domestic flights

    visa cost • Personal expenses, drinks and tips.
    • Camera/video entry charges applied in tourist places.
    • any items not mentioned in the inclusions.
    • Tips
    • all things that are not included in the package so you have to pay extra for it

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