Day 1: Jaipur
After refresh up start to travel around the city. Jaipur famously known for its world famous memorials. Start with Visiting Amber Fort & Palace, as this fort situated at very top of the hill so you can enjoy an elephant ride here. Take a next stop at Jal Mahal, City Palace & Museum, Jantar Mantar (Observatory) & give yourself a last stop at Hawa Mahal the wind palace. Rest of the day is free for leisure Overnight stay at Jaipur.
Day 2: Jaipur –Mandawa
New morning after have breakfast and check out from the hotel and start drive to Mandawa to explore the Shekawati region of Mandawa. On arrival check into the hotel. It is famous for painted havelis. Explore the Shekhawati region as per your choice; come back to Hotel for an overnight stay here.
Day 03: Mandawa- Bikaner
After relaxing breakfast, check out from the hotel drive to Bikaner, check into the hotel and after bathe visit Junagarh Fort: The famous fort of Junagarh was built by Raja Rai Singh in 1593. The fort is one of its kinds with a strong, original and formidable structure which is encircled by a water moat which is supposed to have bred crocodiles in the past. An amazing network of havelis with courtyards and balconies, watch towers, armory, halls and other the fort exudes an feeling of red sandstone (Dulmera) and marble. The impressive fort has a long rampart which is almost a 1000m long and is studded with 37 bastions and two entrances. Various monuments such as Ganga Niwas, Anop Mahal , Rang Mahal, with its delicate gold leaf painting. Chandra Mahal with its paintings on lime plasters phool mahal with its exquisite inset mirror work and Sheesh Mahal with its only one of its kind mirror chamber adorn the fort. Have an overnight stay here.
Day 04: Bikaner – Jaisalmer
After breakfast go on from the hotel and drive to Bikaner. Confirm in to hotel and overnight stay.
Day 05: Jaisalmer
After the breakfast, visit Jaisalmer Fort is made of sand stones and nearby known as Sonar Quila, the Jaisalmer Fort is a dominate structure amidst sands, Jain Temple & Patwa Haveli dates back to early eighteenth century, when the patwas were struggling to set up their deal and business. On the advice of a priest at the Jain Temple, the patwa brothers left Jaisalmer with the meaning of never returning (they were advised by the priest that their business could not boom in Jaisalmer). The legend has it that the patwas were hugely successful thereafter and their business spanned across banking & finance, silver, brocade and opium trade.,Salim singh ke Haveli, Bada bagh Wind whips from side to side crumbling cenotaphs, made of the famous golden stone of Jaisalmer, built in memory of the city’s rulers. Giant wind turbines hum in agreement interspersed around the vaulted roofs shading the sandstone and marble markers. Few tourists reach this illustration oasis for various reasons. The Thar heritage mesuem, Gadsisar Lake. By the evening we go for a unique experience of the Desert over sand dunesto get pleasure from the Camel ride and overnight stay
Day 06: Jaisalmer – Jodhpur
After breakfast proceed to Jodhpur, check into the hotel and start to visit Mandore garden, MEHRANGARH FORT is one of the major forts in forts. It is also the most magnificent fort in Jodhpur. t is positioned on a 150 m high hill. It was founded by Rao Jodha in 1459. The Mehrangarh Fort can be reached from the city, 5 kms below, through a circular road. JASWANT THADA PALACE is architectural familiar sight found in Jodhpur. It is a white marble memorial built in 1899 in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The monument, in its total, is built out of intricately carved sheets of marble. UMAID BHAWAN PALACE this lavish art deco monument to royal living had an improbable conception: it was built as a community relief and employment project during a long period of drought. Over one million square feet (90,000 m²) of the premium marble was used in the construction of the palace. Overnight stay.
Day 07: Jaisalmer – Pushkar
Have a breakfast move towards the holy city Ajmer. Reach & Visit Ajmer-e-Sharief Dargah, also see Adhai-Din-Ka Jhonpara, and Ana Sagar Lake then carry on your drive to Pushkar; famous for its a range of temples and Ghats and holy Pushkar Lake. This city has an uncountable figure of temples but the main attraction which draws your notice is the temple of Lord Brahma, the only temple in India dedicated to Lord Brahma. Have an overnight stay at Ajmer / Pushkar.
Day 08: Pushkar-Agra
After morning breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Agra. Check in to hotel and glimpse the Tajmahal In sunset overnight stay.
Day 09: Agra
Take delicious breakfast at your hotel and explore to City of Taj- Agra in Uttar Pradesh. Then you will carry out the sightseeing in Agra starting with Agra Fort- a beautiful and huge red-sandstone fort built during Mughal Empire, Itmad-ud-Daulah Tomb – an exquisite tomb, which is recognized as Baby Taj. Later in the evening you will visit the legendary Taj Mahal and witness a magical sunset. It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the 16th century completely of white marble, as an permanent memorial to his beloved wife Mumtaz. You can also go for shopping the famous Agra marble handicrafts as well as carpets and carpets that are available in great quantity. Later drive to Delhi and hold an overnight stay in Delhi.
Day 10: Delhi
After breakfast go for full day sightseeing which includes:
CHANDNI CHOWK or “Silver Square” is the most renowned and historic street of Delhi, built approximately 300 years ago when the walled city of Shahjahanabad was recognized in the 17th century. This part of Delhi includes street food, exciting bazaars where you can shop for some ancient artifacts and jewels.
JAMA MASJID is the last work of Emperor Shah Jahan. Its edifice began in 1650 and was finished within six years. You can relive the Mughal or Mogul history of Delhi passing through the grand corridors of this ancient mosque.
RED FORT or Lal Qila is the most magnificent ancient building of Delhi which was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1638. Designed by the Mughal architects Ustad Hamid and Ahmad, Red Fort is an significant symbolic monument in India even today
RASHTRAPATI BHAVAN: It is the official house of the President of India. The Rashtrapati Bhawan stands out as an architectural marvel that overlooks the lush green grasses around India Gate. It has a superb view of the Rajpath and balanced North and South block government offices.
INDIA GATE: India Gate was planned by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Originally known as All India War Memorial, it memorializes the 90,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army who lost their lives during World War I. Burning in a shrine under the arch of India Gate since 1971 is the Amar Jawan Jyoti or the everlasting flame which symbolizes the give up of brave Indian soldiers.
QUTUB MINAR: Encouraged by the Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan and wishing to exceed it, Qutbuddin Aibak, commenced creation of the Qutub Minar in 1193, but could only complete its base. Later, his successors, added other stories. The growth of various architectural styles from Aibak to Tughluq is quite obvious in the minaret. The minaret is 234 feet high making it one of the highest personality towers in the world. In the evening return back to hotel, overnight stay at hotel
Day 11: Delhi
After an early morning breakfast check out from the hotel and then transfer to airport for your forward journey.
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