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Explore Enchanting North and South India Tour of India

Explore Enchanting North and South India Tour of India

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Explore Enchanting North and South India Tour of India

The Golden Triangle with Ranthambore is a most famous tour of india where you can visit 5 important cities of india. Most people buy this tour package from you. India is a fairly large country you can’t travel it or cover all the cities, if you will have less time and want to see the important places of india then travel these three places. What there is to see is Culture, the first wonder of the world and
also the capital of india

No of Days - 22

Nof of Nights - 21

Destination Covered - Delhi - Varanasi - Khajuraho - Agra - Jaipur - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Aurangabad - Mumbai – Cochin

Tour stars From - Delhi

Tours Ends at - Delhi

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

Day 1 DELHI :- Reach india and our represntative will greet you and warmly welcome you at the New delhi airport. Then our driver will transfer you to the hotel. This is the time to unpack your luggage and relax. At night you can spend time in Delhi market.

Day 2 DELHI :- After breakfast at the hotel, continue for a full day sightseeing tour of Delhi. India’s national capital, Delhi has existed since the 6th century B.C. Start your sightseeing tour from Rajghat, the monument where Mahatma Gandhi was incinerated in 1948. Later, visit the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India, commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan. Later, enjoy a rickshaw ride at Chandni Chowk, the busiest market in Old Delhi

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

Then visit Residence the official of President of India outside, located in the center of New Delhi, to the national capital. It is a colonial building, when India was part of Empire Britânico. O complexo projetado en 1912 pelo arquiteto Britan Edwin Landseer Lutyens, auther of varies building in new  Deli. They served as Residence for British  ate 1950.

Close to the president's case visit the India Gate, one of Delhi's most famous landmarks, was built in memory of Hindu soldiers (over 90,000) who lost their lives during the Afghan Wars of 1919 and the First World War. It is located on the so-called Rajpath ("Kings' Way"). The initial stone was laid in February 1921 by the Connaught shower and the names of the soldiers who died in these wars are inscribed on the walls of the mon

later on Visit The Bahai or Lotus temple House of Worship in New Delhi was built in 1986 in the form of a lotus flower, with 27 marble petals surrounded by nine swimming pools and bridges symbolizing the nine spiritual paths of the Bahai religion. The exterior is imposing, but once past its splendid gardens and crossed one of the nine doors that give access to its interior, the surprises continue. Return back to the hotel for overnight stay 

Day03 Delhi :- After breakfast proceed for the AKSHARDHAM trip.  Akshardham temple Delhi: Akshardham means the eternal and divine abode of the Supreme God, the abode of the eternal values and virtues of akshar as defined in the Vedas and Upanishads where divine bhakti, purity and peace always pervades. Swaminarayan Akshardham in New Delhi embodies 10,000 years of Indian culture in all its impressive grandeur, beauty, wisdom and bliss. It is one of the newest and most fascinating piece of architecture in India and you really enjoy the excursion. Enjoy shopping in Delhi and exploring the markets near the hotel. Relax in the evening and enjoy the Indian dances show with welcome dinner. Night in Delhi.

Day04 Delhi – Varanasi
Breakfast is served at the hotel. Proceed to the airport for the flight to Varanasi. Picturesquely located on the half-moon shaped on the left bank of the sacred river Ganges, Varanasi, one of the ancient learning seats in India, is said to be a compound of the names of two streams, the Varuna and the Assi, that still flow in the north and south of the city continue them. This name seems to have been corrupted, in medieval times to Varanasi, that is , Which was in use until May 1956, when it was changed to Varanasi, by an order of the Indian government.
Varanasi is probably one of the oldest living cities in India. Since time immemorial it has been a great religious center for Hindus and one of its most sacred places of pilgrimage, being visited by millions of people every year. For every visitor Varanasi offers an impressive experience. Visit Sarnath-8 miles from Varanasi for a day trip: One of the most sacred Buddhist sites in the world, where Buddha preached his first sermon in 590 B.C. Here he revealed the eight-fold path that leads to the achievement of inner peace, enlightenment and UltimateNirvana. Witness the ruins of a once flourishing Buddhist monastery and then visit a museum that houses an excellent collection of Buddhist art and sculptures found on the site. In the evening visit the GHATS for the ceremoney. Later on visit return back to  hotel for overnight stay.

Day 05: Varanasi
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In the morning, at sunrise, you will take a boat ride through the Ganges Shrine in Varanasi. After breakfast, you will visit the SarnathAshoka Pillar, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the famous temples of Varanasi: The temple of Durgamata, the temple of Hanuman and the temple Tulsimata. At sunset, you will visit The City Temple and the Ganges Holy Gang Ghat ceremony. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 06 Varanasi – Khajuraho

Breakfast will be at the hotel after taking an afternoon flight to Khajuraho.
Located in the northernmost part of Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho is famous for its charming temples and legendary Khajuraho dance festival. The name Khajuraho is derived from the Khajur tree (the date palm) which is grown abundantly in the region. The temples of Khajuraho are dedicated to a celebration of femininity, its innumerable humors and facetHer innocent beauty, blush, charming, seductive, burning, all represented in exquisitely sculpted details. These temples have been designed and carved to guide the eyes from ground level up until it seems to be looking up at the sky.
arrive and after lunch visit the eastern set of temples in the afternoon. in the evening enjoy the sound and light show in the temple complex. 
Overnight will be in Khajuraho.

Day 07 Khajuraho – Jhansi - Agra
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Visit the set of western temples.Start for Orchha by surface.
is a medieval city founded by the rulers of the BUNDELA, with palaces and temples of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, which has stood remarkably against the onslaught of time. The city is known for its CHATTRIS that were built in the memory of the Kings and the place is flanked by the BETWA River.

Enjoy your lunch at Orchha. Continue to visit the ORCHHA sites within the Fort complex. Take the luxury train to Agra and arrive at nigh.  Enjoy your lunch at Orchha. Continue to visit the ORCHHA sites within the Fort complex. Take the luxury train to Agra and arrive at night. Agra: Two great Mughal monarchs, Akbar and Shah Jahan, transformed the small village of Agra into a second capital of the Mughal . Empire, giving it the name Dar-Ul-Khilafat {Emperor's seat}. Evening stay in agra hotel.
 

Day 08 Agra :-  start Your day after the breakfast 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 where  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.

Day 09 Agra to jaipur  :- 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.

Later on visit the Local factories and then proceed to Jaipur via visiting Fathehpur sikri and Abhaner, upon Reaching Jaipur, Do the the check in the hotel and relax yourself for overnight stay. 

Day 10 Jaipur:- Your driver will pick you up at the hotel or any preferred place in Jaipur. Now you will be driven to Mandawa which is a 3 hour drive from Jaipur. Upon arrival you can visit the following suggested places. First in mandawa visit the Mandawa Fortress: Mandawa Fort was founded in the 18th century. Thakur Nawal Singh, son of Shardul Singh, founded the fort in Vikram Samvat 1812 (1755 AD). The fort dominates the city with a painted arched door adorned with frescoes of Lord Krishna and His cows. Built according to a medieval theme.

Day11 Jaipur - Jodhpur Road 250 km in 6 hours :- Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. We drive to Jodhpur on leisure and on the way you will visit Pushkar. Arrive in the afternoon and in the evening relax in the palace. Located on the edge of the THAR Desert, the imperial city of Jodhpur echoes tales of antiquity in the desert void. Once the state capital of Marwar, it was founded in 1459 AD by Rao Jodha-chief of RATHORE clan of Rajputs who claimed to be descendants of Rama-the epic hero of RAMAYANA. The great fort of the 15th century AD Mehrangarh looms over the top of a rocky hill, rising 125 mts. on the plains.a city is surrounded by a high wall-10 km from long with 8 gates and innumerable bastions. The night will be in Jodhpur. 

Day12 Jodhpur :- Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. morning sightseeing tour of Jodhpur – gateway to the desert beyond, home of the marwar rathors, visit the Mehrangarh fort, climbing a mountainous escarpment, built on the advice of a hermit, overlooking the city in the image of a long sentinel. Within the fort there are a number of palaces added by successive rulers. In this palace you can see different miniature paintings and crib room. After this, you would visit Jaswant Thada Memorial. In the afternoon, go on a drive visiting the BISHNOI villages and/or explore the blue city. 
Overnight will be in Jodhpur.

Day13 Jodhpur – Udaipur-by road 250 km in 6 HR :- drive to Udaipur. On your way you will stop at the beautiful temples of RANAKPUR for sightseeing. The temples of RANAKPUR JAIN, dating from the 15th century, have 200 pillars, none of which are the same, support its 29 rooms. The temple abounds with intricate friezes and sculptures. It includes visits to two more temples in Jain and the temple of the sun god with its erotic sculptures. Enjoy a hot lunch at a nice village restaurant or at the FATEH BAGH PALACE and continue by car to Udaipur.
Arrive in Udaipur and check in at the Hotel.

Day14 Udaipur :- Breakfast will be at the hotel. proceed for the sightseeing tour of Udaipur, stopping first at the city palace. Here you can admire the rooms with mirrored walls and ivory doors, colorful glass windows and inlaid marble balconies and the peacock courtyard. Also visit the beautiful Sahelion-Ki-Bari gardens, the Jagdish temple and the local Folk Museum. Proceed for the cruise launch of the night engine in the placid waters of Lake Pichola. From the boat you will be able to see the city of Udaipur, as it rises majestically above the lake in the middle of the Rajasthan desert. Also visit Jag Mandir Palace-the other island palace in the middle of the lake and spend some time. (Currently the water level is very low and is subject to increase the water level)Enjoy the visit to the CENOTAPHS of the royal rulers and in the afternoon proceed to a dinner with a dance show.  stay overnight in Udaipur. 

Day15 Udaipur - Mumbai By flight :- Breakfast is served at the hotel. proceed to the airport for the flight to Mumbai. Arrive and check-in at the hotel near the airport.
in the afternoon visit the city of the movie that is famous for the shootings of the HINDI film. Enjoy the day and in the afternoon take the flight to Aurangabad. Arrive and check in at the hotel.

Aurangabad District has always been a prominent region on the Deccan Plateau. Having been inhabited since the Stone Age, it has a long artistic and cultural history—to which several dynasties have made important contributions over the years. Maurya’s rule marked the arrival of Buddhism in Maharashtra. 
 
Day16 Aurangabad :-  Breakfast is served at the hotel. Continue for a full day of sightseeing with excursion to the caves of Ajanta.
Caves of Ajanta: Nesting in an inner fold of the hills of Sahyardi, 100 km from Aurangabad in the form of a gigantic horse shoe, are the 30 caves of carved stone of Ajanta. The caves date back to the 2nd century B.C. discovered in 1819 by a group of British army officers, these surprising achievements took about 600 years to be created. Carved with little more than a hammer and a chisel, Ajanta, once the retreat of Buddhist monastic orders features several 'chaityas' (chapels) and 'viharas' (monasteries).The exquisite paintings of walls and ceilings, panels and sculptures of Buddha’s life are famous all over the world as the first and best examples of Buddhist pictorial art. returns to Aurangabad and visits Fort Daulatabad. Once known as 'Devgiri', this magnificent 12th century fortress sits on a hill just 13 km. From Aurangabad. It was given the name Daulatabad, the 'city of fortune', by Muhammad Tughlaq, Sultan of Delhi. Initially a stronghold of Yadav, passed through the hands of several dynasties in the Deccan. One of the best preserved in the world from medieval times, surviving virtually unchanged, Daulatabad still shows the character that made him invincible. This is a fortress that was conquered only by betrayal. A series of secret passages, questionnaires and subways lie rolled up like a python in the middle of the fort. Here blowing torches were pushed to a distrustful enemy. Or the hot oil poured its way, as it deliberated in the labyrinth. Also the heat of a brazier was blown in the passage by a suction process suffocating the entire lining inside. The fort lies in the body of an isolated hill; the steep hill-sides at the base that falls so sharply into the moat that no hostile troops could climb the height. The moat, 40 feet deep with mechanical drawbridges filled with crocodiles. A robust 5-kilometer wall, artificial scarping and a complicated series of defenses made Daulatabad impregnable. The 30-meter-high Chand minar (tower) built much later with 3 circular galleries had a defensive and religious role in the fortress.
The night will be in Aurangabad.
 
Day 17 Aurangabad – Mumbai :- Breakfast is served at the hotel. Proceed to visit the Ellora Caves, Daulatabad Fort and Aurangabad Caves.
Caves of Ellora: Impressive in its own right are the temples and cave monasteries of Ellora which are located just 30 km away from the city of Aurangabad. In total, there are 34 cave temples, 12 Mahayana Buddhist caves (550-750 ad), 17 Hindu caves (600-875 ad) and 5 Jain faith caves (800-1000 ad) 22 more caves, dedicates.
The temple of KAILAS (cave16), the central attraction in Ellora, is the most notable.
hand chiseled from a single massive rock, which includes an entrance door, pavilion, courtyard, foyer, sanctuary, Sanctorum and tower that testify to the excellence of Dravidian art. It is believed that it has taken 7000 workers, working in continuous shifts and 150 years to build. Since the first European visitors in the 18th century, Ellora has attracted chroniclers, antiquarians, academics and in more recent years.
 
Aurangabad Caves: The almost forgotten caves of Aurangabad lie just outside the city. Excavated between the 2nd and 6th centuries, they reflect TANTRIC influences in their iconography and architectural designs. In all there are nine caves that are mainly viharas (monasteries) the most interesting among these are caves 3 and 7. The first is supported by 12 columns very. Ornate and has sculptures depicting scenes from the legendary tales of 'Jakata'. Cave 7 with its detailed figures of bejeweled women also has a dominant sculpture of a 'Bodhisattva' praying for liberation.
proceeds to the airport for the flight to Mumbai.
 
Its youth, its lively and a confluence of varied cultural currents and cross currents have given Mumbai a unique position of the most multi-ethnic city in India. The capital city of the state of Maharashtra formerly known as Bombay lies in the southwestern part of India and occupies a peninsular site originally composed of seven islets lying off the KONKAN coast of western India. Suppressing with self-confidence the safety of a money maker
 
Nonconformist and "Bindass" attitude, Mumbai is also the financial and commercial center of the country and has a main port in the Arabian Sea
however, there is another face of Mumbai also which is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. Mumbai is located in an ancient settlement site and took its name from the local goddess "Mumba" - a form of Parvati, the consort of Shiva, one of the main gods of Hinduism. whose temple once stood in what is now the southeastern section of the city of Mumbai.
Arrive and check in at the hotel. The night will be in Mumbai.
 
Day 18 Mumbai :-  Continue for a city tour of Mumbai after a relaxed breakfast. Mumbai Fortress: The area north of Colaba is known as Mumbai Fortress, since the old British fortress was once located here. There are lots of stunning buildings from the golden age of Mumbai here. The church of St. John, dedicated to the soldiers, who put their lives in the Sindh campaign of 1838, and the first Afghan war of 1843, is also worth a visit.
 
Marine Drive in Mumbai : Marine Drive Located in downtown Mumbai, built in the 1920s and 30s on the reclaimed land of the sea, is the most famous street in Mumbai. It is also known as the Queen's Necklace because of the dramatic line of illuminated lanterns at night. It has recently become known as Netaji Subhashchandra Bose Road with Nariman Point at one end to Babulnath, at the foot of Walkeshwar on the other.
 
India Gate: Mumbai’s main landmark, India’s gateway is a huge arch at the water edge at the Apollo Bunder. It is the starting point for most tourists who want to explore the city. This famous monument was built to commemorate the visit of the first British monarch, King George v and Queen Mary in 1911.
 
Chowpatty Beach: Chowpatty beach located at the end of Marine Drive has a moderate stretch of sand and is the only beach in the central part of Mumbai. One can witness many Hindu religious ceremonies taking place at Chowpatty such as the annual thread-tying ceremony that initiates young boys into the Brahmin caste, 'Nariel Purnima' toward the end of the monsoons and 'Ganesh Chaturthi' submersions.
 
Flora Fountain/Hutama Chowk: This fountain located in the heart of the city was erected in 1869 in honor of a British governor of Bombay. Sir Brtle Frere. Flora Fountain marks a crossing of five streets and known as the 'Picadilly Circus' of Mumbai, which is decorated in its four corners with mythological figures, the fountain is a structure in boring stone with a figure of the Roman goddess of flowers, at the top
 
Hanging Gardens in Mumbai: Also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, the hanging gardens were built in 1880 and renovated in 1921. These gardens are popularly known as hanging gardens, due to their location on the hillside. The terrace garden looks south from Malabar hill toward Colaba, and offers a panoramic view of Mumbai city or a breathtaking sunset
 
Victoria Terminus/Western Railway Station: On the site of the original temple from Koli to Mumba Devi now stands Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus - one of the most prominent buildings in Mumbai and architecturally one of the best stations in the world. It is built in a style that combines Gothic and Indian influences. It was completed in 1885. Designed by F.W. Stevens the building began in 1878. This Italian Gothic building has a facade of more than 1500 meters.
 
Mumbai Superior Court: An attractive building in the early English Gothic style, located next to the oval land is well worth a visit for its impressive architecture. The statues representative of justice and mercy override the central structure.
 
Rajabai Clock Tower: Rajabai Clock Tower, located in the gardens of the Bombay University building, stands above the portion of the library section. It consists of five floors decorated elaborately the tower is 280ft.in height. The top of the dome is adorned with sixteen statues representing various Indian castes.
End the tour and then in the afternoon and return to the hotel.

at night enjoy the beach near the hotel.
 
Chowpatty Beach: Chowpatty beach located at the end of Marine Drive has a moderate stretch of sand and is the only beach in the central part of Mumbai. One can witness many Hindu religious ceremonies taking place at Chowpatty such as the annual thread-tying ceremony that initiates young boys into the Brahmin caste, 'Nariel Purnima' toward the end of the monsoons and 'Ganesh Chaturthi' submersions.
The night will be in Mumbai.
 
Day 19 Mumbai - Cochin.  Breakfast is served at the hotel. Proceed to the airport for the flight to Cochin.
Arrive in Kochi (Cochin) and meet and assist at the airport by our representative and transfer to your hotel. The hectic history of this city began when a major flood in AD 1341 opened the estuary in Kochi, until then a land-locked region, making it one of the best natural harbors in the world. Kochi thus became a refuge for sailor visitors from all over the world and became the first European city-ship in India when the Portuguese placed here in the fifteenth century.
 
The Dutch fought against Fort Kochi of the Portuguese in 1663 AD and later in the last phase of the colonial saga, the British took office, the city in 1795. During 1660, Fort Kochi reached its climax as a premier shopping mall and its fame spread from far and wide-ranging as a rich shopping mall, an important military base, a vibrant cultural center, a large center of ship construction, a large center of the building, a large center of the building of the ship, and a large center of the building. a center for christianity and so on.  Hoy, siglos después, la ciudad alberga casi trece comunidades.
Regreso al hotel y disfrute de una cena de mariscos. Pasaremos la noche en Cochin.
 
Day20 Cochin :-  Breakfast is served at the hotel. India Tours, India Tour, visit India-India Travel proceed for a Cochin sightseeing tour.
Some interesting sites included in the Tour are:
 
Chinese fishing nets: Chinese fishing nets built on teak wood and bamboo poles work on the principle of balance. The records say they were first configured between AD 1350 and 1450. Plaza Vasco da Gama, the narrow promenade that resembles the beach, is the best place to observe the nets that are lowered and extracted from the sea.
 
The Plaza Vasco da Gama, the Basilica of Santa Cruz, the Church of San Francisco, the Gate of VOC, the Bastion Bungalow etc. are also nice for sightseeing. Take a boat ride and visit BOLGATTY PALACE and VYPPIN ISLAND. in the afternoon follow for KATHAKALI's DANCE PERFORMANCE. About overnight stay in hotel
 
Day 21Cochin. :- Trip to the magical Backwaters Continue to Aleppey on the surface after a leisurely breakfast.
joins the houseboat. Our Backwater trip will start from Aleppey (also known as Alappuzha) which is known as the Venice of the East. It was here that merchants from all over the seven seas came in search of black gold and souvenirs.
 
Immerse yourself in a crystalline labyrinth of one of the greatest gifts of nature that God has bestowed upon us. As the ship silently slides forward through the largest and most extensive body of water haven, Lake Vembanad, you will deviate into a world of peace and serenity. At this point, we will serve you the mouth that irrigates the local cuisine and you will agree that it is truly God’s own country.
 
After a short nap get ready for the most fascinating trip through the panoramic view of the rice paddies admiring the cultivation of ducks, watching divers diving for mussels through Mangalam, Chithira, R-Block and C Block with a cup of steaming tea/coffee in hand.
 
On our way a stop at the church of Santa Maria in Champakulam is a must visit. One of the oldest churches in Kerala, the Church of St. Mary is believed to be one of the seven established by St. Thomas. You will see the 130 foot long snake racing boat here, as they originally belong to this place.
Travel back to Cochin and transfer to hotel. The night will be in Cochin.
 
Day 22 Cochin – Delhi :-  Breakfast is served at the Hotel. Enjoy the city in the morning or relax at the hotel with an Ayurvedic massage.
transfer to the airport for the flight to Delhi.
 
 
 
 

 

  • • Assistance on arrival at New Delhi airport.
    • Transfers from the airport to the hotel and vice versa.
    • 21 night stay at luxury hotel
    • Daily breakfast at  hotels. ( Depends on the category you choose)
    • Professional guide english. if you prefer guide in any in your language then send us an email. 
    • 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
  • • Visit to the Dhani Chowki in Jaipur (not included entrance)
    • Surprise gift.
    • all taxes.
    • Driver assignments
    • Mineral water in the car
    • Antibacterial gel
    •mask
  • • car disinfected
    • uniformed driver
  • • International and domestic flights
    • 2 park safari in Canter ( direct pay 25 Euro per person each safari)
    visa cost • personal expenses, drinks and tips.
    • Camera/video entry charges applied in tourist places.
    • any items not mentioned in the inclusions.
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