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Agra with its radiant past has parcels more to bring to the table an insightful voyager other than the spiritualist and wonderful qualities of the Taj. What's more, Jaipur is a clamoring capital city and a business place with every one of the features of s current city however yet enhanced emphatically with a well-established appeal that never neglects to astound a voyager.
DAY 1: DELHI-AGRA
Morning after breakfast checkout from the hotel and drive to Agra (233 KM AND 4 HRS.) upon arrival in Agra check in at hotel. En joy lunch at local Restaturant / Hotel.
Later in the afternoon proceed for sightseeing of Agra visiting Taj Mahal & Agra Fort.
Visit the world-Famous TAJ MAHAL (REMAIN CLOSED ON FRIDAY), built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Later proceed to visit Agra Fort
Overnight at hotel.
OVERNIGHT IN AGRA
DAY 2: AGRA- JAIPUR
After breakfast checkout from Hotel and drive to Jaipur (240 KM APPROX. 4.30 HRS.)
en- route Visit FATEHPUR SIKRI. After the visit enjoy lunch at local restaurant.
On arrival at Jaipur Check in at hotel rest of the evening free to explore the local market on your own.
OVERNIGHT AT JAIPUR.
DAY 3: JAIPUR
After breakfast, you will proceed for an excursion tour of AMBER FORT.
We will first drive to AMBER FORT, the ancient capital that preceded Jaipur. Originally built in the 11th century AD and expanded in size and scope by succeeding dynasties and their rulers, Amber is a fortress town of visual awesomeness. You will have an opportunity to hike to the fort.
(WE DO NOT PROMOTE OR ENCOURAGE ELEPHANT RIDE AT THE AMBER FORT. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO INCLUDE IT IN THE PROGRAM, THIS CAN BE DONE AT A SUPPLEMENT COST).
On the way back, you may like to stop at Anokhi Museum, where you will see a collection of old costumes with hand blocked prints that are typical to Rajasthan (closed on Wednesdays).
Later we will visit THE CITY PALACE and OBSERVATORY (JANTAR MANTAR). Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and its centerpiece is the City Palace, home even today of the royal family, and known for its clutch of excellent private museums that display royal memorabilia, particularly armaments, art, books, costumes and textiles.
Lying adjacent to the City Palace is the medieval Jantar Mantar Observatory – built by Maharaja Jai Singh II, an inveterate astronomer who’s curiously shaped and oversized implements are astonishingly accurate till today.
OVERNIGHT IN JAIPUR.
DAY 4: JAIPUR / DELHI
After breakfast morning drive back to Delhi (Approx. 250 Kms / 5 ½ hrs drive).