Though short duration, the trip includes the two main tourists' centers of India. This trip out of Delhi can be combined with most of the tours and includes visits of the famous Taj Mahal at Agra, abandoned Mughal capital Fathehpur Sikri and the city of Jaipur.

Religion : 80% Hindu, 11% Muslim with Sikh, Christian and Buddhist minorities.

Time : GMT + 5.30.

Electricity : Usually 220 volts AC, 50Hz. Some areas have a DC supply. Plugs used are of the round 2- and 3-pin type

Trip Informaton




Any day during season

Trip Duration:

7 days

Trip Grade:



Hotel in city


Tourist bus/private car/local bus/private jeep

Day 01

Arrival in Delhi.Meet the guide at the airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 02

Delhi Sightseeing of Old and New Delhi: visit the Red Fort, Jame Mosque, Qutub Minaret, Rajghat and Parliament Street.

Day 03

Delhi-Agra Drive to Agra ( 4 hrs). Sightseeing of Agra Fort

Day 04

Agra-Jaipur Sightseeing of Taj Mahal and drive to Jaipur. En route visit the ruined capital of Fatehpur-Sikri. Overnight hotel

Day 05

Jaipur Sightseeing of Amer Fort, Wind Palace, City Palace and the markets. Overnight hotel

Day 06

Jaipur-Delhi Drive to Delhi. Overnight hotel.

Day 07

Departure Transfer to airport for departure

Cost includes:

• Accommodation
• Airport Transfers
• Daily Breakfast
• Surface transportation by an exclusive chauffeur driven air-conditioned car
• Services of english speaking local guides
• Entrance fees to the monuments
• All Taxes

Cost Excludes:

• Excess baggage charges
• Tips for guides and porters
• Beverage( soft drink and other hard drink)
• Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Extra night accommodation

India shares borders to the northwest with Pakistan, to the north with China, Nepal and Bhutan, and to the east with Bangladesh and Myanmar. To the west lies the Arabian Sea, to the east the Bay of Bengal and to the south the Indian Ocean. Sri Lanka lies off the southeast coast, and the Maldives off the southwest coast. The far northeastern states and territories are all but separated from the rest of India by Bangladesh as it extends northwards from the Bay of Bengal towards Bhutan. The Himalayan mountain range to the north and the Indus River (west) and Ganga River (east) form a physical barrier between India and the rest of Asia. The country can be divided into five regions: Western, Central, Northern (including Kashmir and Rajasthan), Eastern and Southern.

The official language is Hindi which is spoken by about 30% of the population, English is also often used for official or commercial purposes. In addition, 17 regional languages are recognised by the Constitution. These include Punjabi, Bengali, Gujerati and Oriya which are widely used in the north and Tamil and Telegu which are common in the south. Other regional languages are Marathi, Kannada and Malayalam. The Muslim population largely speak Urdu.

Religion : 80% Hindu, 11% Muslim with Sikh, Christian and Buddhist minorities.

Time : GMT + 5.30.

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