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Agra Rajasthan Tour Package From Delhi

Agra Rajasthan Tour Package From Delhi (14 Nights / 15 Days)

Tour starts from : ex - Delhi
Destinations covered : Agra, Ajmer, Bikaner, Chittorgarh, Delhi
Theme : Rajasthan Tours, Uttar Pradesh Tours
The 14N/15D Agra Rajasthan tour package is an invigorating trail of discovering the invincible majes... more

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  • Visit Taj Mahal In Agra
  • Visit Amber Fort & Jal Mahal In Jaipur
  • Visit Pushkar

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Agra Rajasthan Tour Package From Delhi

It was during the late medieval and early modern era that the timeless expressions of striking architecture enriched the heritage wealth of India. On one hand were the Rajputs who adorned the face of desert with colossal forts, resplendent palaces and havelis, marvelous stepwells and cenotaphs and stunning temples. And on the other, the Mughals carved fairy-tale worlds in white marbles and red sandstone. Our Agra Rajasthan tour package offers a peek into these conflicting yet complementing cultural showcases.

The tour takes the route through the historical cities like Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur as well as the places filled with eternal divinity like Ajmer and Pushkar. You would also discover UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri and contrasting landscapes from shape-shifting hot sand dunes to pristine lakes and the only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu. The attractions like mouth-watering delicacies, exquisite handicrafts and some thrilling rides willingly become a part of this memorable itinerary. Keep reading to find out more.

Itinerary Details

Day by Day itineraryDay 1: Delhi to Jaipur (280 km.)

Agra Rajasthan tour package starts in Delhi from where you would travel by road to Jaipur with our tour representative. The Pink City of Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and is the perfect gateway to the desert state. However, don’t presume anything as the city would spellbind you with its richly flamboyant profile pampered by the Aravalli Hills running in the backdrop. Founded in 1727, it was ranked 2015’s number one travel destination in India at the popular Travellers’ Choice Award by Trip Advisor.

On arrival, check in at the booked hotel and take some rest. Later, we take you for sightseeing, beginning with the enthralling Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). Constructed in red and pink sandstone, it features 953 jharokhas (small windows), lending the structure the look of a huge honeycomb. Later, visit City Palace complex which boasts of beautiful palaces, temples, halls and courtyards. You would be amazed exploring the mirrorwork, paintings, chandeliers, silver vessels, palanquins and other collections inside the complex.

If time allows, you can visit other top attractions like the hilltop Amber Fort (a World Heritage Site accessible by a thrilling elephant ride), Jal Mahal, Birla Mandir and Jantar Mantar Observatory (a World Heritage Site). Else, you can visit the colourful bazaars bustling with a variety of handicrafts like traditional clothes and footwear, jewellery, meenakari work, pottery, gemstones, puppets, rugs, paintings, linens and so on. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2: Jaipur to Mandawa (170 km.)

Have breakfast before we drive you to Mandawa in Shekhawati Region, best-known for its lavishly decorated havelis (mansions). The region was a stop for ancient traders from China to Middle East and the present day Mandawa was founded in the mid-18th century. The top attractions of the town include Mandawa Fort and havelis like Sewaram Saraf Haveli, Ram Partap Nemani Haveli and Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli and some old stepwells. Most of these attractions boast of stunning frescoes with scenes ranging from mythological stories to animals.

On the way, you would stop at Dundlod to explore Dundlod Fort, showcasing the marvellous blend of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles, and a number of beautiful cenotaphs and havelis. Mukundgarh is another nearby attraction with more havelis and also known for brass scissors. On arrival at Mandawa, check in at the hotel and join us on the sightseeing tour. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3: Mandawa to Bikaner (190 km.)

One the third day of Agra Rajasthan tour package, begin the trip to Bikaner after breakfast. Bikaner once served as the capital of a princely state and its stately charm remains intact. The place is popular worldwide for the special snacks called Bikaneri Bhujia and also for its grand forts, palaces and temples. Depending on time available, you would stop at Fatehpur on the way to explore another set of fabulous havelis like Jagannath Singhania Haveli. On arrival, check in at the booked hotel and take some rest.

Later, we take you for Bikaner sightseeing to the famous Karni Mata Temple of Deshnok. The temple is home to more than 25,000 holy black rats and is also known for its exquisite marble carvings. Also, visit the Camel Research Farm where you can enjoy exciting camel rides or relish the delicious camel milk ice-creams. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 4: Bikaner to Jaisalmer (330 km.)

Have breakfast and visit a couple of more tourist attractions in Bikaner. First, visit the majestic Junagarh Fort (built in the 1590s) which houses a number of outstanding palaces like Karan Mahal, Phool Mahal, Chandra Mahal and Badal Mahal and many temples. It also has a museum which exhibits paintings, jewels, royal costumes, manuscripts, palanquins and a lot more. Then, visit Lalgarh Palace (also called Laxmi Niwas Palace), a red sandstone wonder with outstanding lattice and filigree work.

Later, start the journey to Jaisalmer and enjoy a brief stop at Kheechan. Popularly known as the Demoiselle Crane Village, the place is a heaven for birdwatchers as it attracts hundreds of cranes during the migratory season from August to March. Continue the trip to reach Jaisalmer and check in at the booked hotel for the night stay.

Day 5: Jaisalmer Sightseeing

After you finish breakfast, we take you on the sightseeing tour of ‘the Golden City’ Jaisalmer. The colossal golden sandcastle Jaisalmer Fort crowns the city and is a breathtaking sight to behold. Right in the heart of the hot Thar Desert is this enchanting city which continues to retain its charm and captivate the spectators with its rich heritage. First, we explore the Sonar Kella - the Golden Fort which changes its shades from tawny-lion to honey-gold with the moving sun. You would be astonished to find a world inhabiting the charming old lanes inside the fort. A World Heritage Site, this 12th century structure boasts of massive gateways and bastions and numerous palaces, temples and mansions.

Explore the captivating yellow sandstone Jain Temples inside the fort, boasting of dramatic carvings on the pillars and ceilings. In addition, you would get the opportunity to discover striking havelis, like Patwon ki Haveli, which flaunt ornamental balconies, archways and windows. The Agra Rajasthan tour package gets even more exciting as we take you to the nearby village of Kuldhara. Counted among the most haunted places in India, it was abandoned following a curse that no one would ever be able to inhabit it. Finally, enjoy a ride to the Sam sand dunes for a spectacular sunset view. It is a popular desert camp site and also known for exhilarating camel rides. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 6: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur (285 km.)

Get ready after breakfast and start the road trip to Jodhpur with us. Founded in 1459, Jodhpur, popularly known as ‘the Sun City’ and ‘the Blue City’, is a popular shooting destination among Bollywood and Hollywood filmmakers. With the fascinating Mehrangarh Fort as the focal point, the city has plenty of palaces, temples, gardens and lakes that would keep one thoroughly entertained. On arrival at Jodhpur, check in at the booked hotel and relax for some time.

Start the sightseeing trip with a visit to Mehrangarh Fort which stands on the Malani Igneous Suite, a National Geological Monument. Inside the fort, you would be awestruck exploring the beautiful Phool Mahal, Moti Mahal and Sheesh Mahal among other palaces. Don’t miss the royal collections of musical instruments, costumes, cradles, palanquins, armoury, howdahs, turbans and so on. From here, visit Jaswant Thada, where a group of royal cenotaphs, gazebos and a lake present beautiful sights. Umaid Bhawan Palace, now a heritage hotel, is another remarkable attraction of the city. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 7: Jodhpur to Mount Abu (260 km.)

Leave Jodhpur after breakfast and drive to Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan and no less than an oasis in the desert. The prolific greenery of the place coupled with its everlasting serenity would overwhelm your senses. There are plenty of rivers, waterfalls and lakes that along with the lavish evergreen forests and presence of abundant wildlife lend amazing natural beauty, while the presence of centuries-old forts and temples are in sync with the cultural mood of the Agra Rajasthan tour package.

On the way to Mount Abu, enjoy a brief stop at Ranakpur which is famous for a magnificent Jain Temple carved in light-coloured marble. It is dedicated to the Jain Tirthankara Adinatha (also known as Rishabanatha) and boasts of 1,444 exquisitely carved pillars and other architectural elements like domes, cupolas, turrets and intricately detailed ceilings. Continue the road trip to reach Mount Abu and check in at the booked hotel. In the evening, we would take you to the Sunset Point to savour the visual treat of the setting sun. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 8: Mount Abu Sightseeing

Get up early to explore the wonderful sights and places of the hill station. Start with Dilwara Temple Complex which features 5 distinguished Jain Temples with superior marble work and intricate detailing. You would love to see each and every carving that lends unbeatable grandeur to these structures. Then, visit the spiritual headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris religious movement to soak in the ultimate peace and divinity.

You would be free to visit other popular tourist places including Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary (home to leopards, jackals, hyenas, sambar deer and other wild animals and more than 250 species of birds), Toad Rock, Achalgarh Fort, Guru Shikhar (the highest point in the Aravalli Range) and more. Some of the popular activities at Mount Abu include trekking, rock climbing, caving and camping. In the evening, join us for a memorable experience of boating on Nakki Lake. According to the Hindu mythology, the lake was dug out with nails. The scenic backdrop of lush green hills and the soothing environment during the sunset make it a fabulous place to be at. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 9: Mount Abu to Udaipur (165 km.)

Post-breakfast, we start the road trip to Udaipur, ‘the City of Lakes’, often called ‘the Venice of the East’. Many online travel sites and magazines repeatedly count it among the world’s top travel destinations and India’s most romantic places. With Aravalli Hills adorning its periphery and crystal clear lakes dotting its landscape, the city has fairy-tale palaces, temples and gardens to its credit. On arrival, check in at the booked hotel where you would like to rest for a while.

In the afternoon, we start the city sightseeing, beginning with the regal City Palace. Located on the banks of the mesmerizing Lake Pichola, it has numerous palaces, gardens, terraces, courtyards and some amazing royal exhibits on display. Later, you would visit Saheliyon ki Badi that was built for the royal women and their friends and has beautiful fountains, marble statues and lotus pools to its credit. One of the major highlights of Agra Rajasthan tour package is the sunset-time boat ride on Lake Pichola. Bathing in the golden splendour of the setting sun, the lake with its islands, mansions and numerous ghats promise an unforgettable experience to the boaters. After this, you can retire to your hotel for the night stay.

Day 10: Udaipur Sightseeing and Excursions

Get ready to spend one more day at this beautiful destination. You are free to explore various tourist attractions in the city, including Monsoon Palace, Jagdish Temple, Gulabh Bagh and Zoo, Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal (famous for the entertaining puppet show), Fateh Sagar Lake and Shilpagram. You may join us on wonderful excursions to some outstanding tourist places located in the close vicinity. Nathdwara has Shrinathji Temple dedicated to the infant Lord Krishna. It is believed that when the temple’s idol was shifted from Vrindavan (the childhood place of Krishna), the wheels of the carrying cart jammed at this place indicating that the lord himself chose this spot as his new home.

Another interesting place near Udaipur is Haldighati, the site for the 1576 Battle of Haldighati fought between the Rajputs and the Mughals. The place has distinctive turmeric (haldi)-colour yellow soil. The beautiful Eklingji Temple, first constructed in the 8th century and later restored multiple times after Muslim attacks, is also among the top excursions from the city. After a day full of sightseeing, stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 11: Udaipur to Chittorgarh (115 km.)

Bid adieu to Udaipur and embark on the journey to yet another royal destination of Rajasthan, the city of Chittorgarh. It is home to one of Asia’s largest forts, Chittor Fort, which witnessed jauhars (self-immolation in fire), performed by the royal women to protect their dignity after the defeat of the heroic Rajput men against the Muslim rulers. On arrival, check in at the booked hotel. After some rest, we take you to explore the massive fort which spreads on an area of 280 ha. and is a World Heritage Site.

Designed in a fish shape, the fort was known to be invincible for hundreds of years and boasts of impeccable architecture. There are seven gigantic gates and two towers, named Vijay Stambha and Kirti Stambha with such fascinating architectural details that you would watch them without blinking your eyes. Other great attractions of the fort include Rana Kumbha Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Padmini Palace and Meerabai Temple. At the end of the day, retire to your hotel for the night stay.

Day 12: Chittorgarh to Ajmer (200 km.) to Pushkar (16 km.)

Have breakfast and leave Chittorgarh to travel towards Pushkar. On the way, you would visit the historical and holy town of Ajmer which is known for its hugely revered Ajmer Sharif Dargah. The shrine accommodates the tomb of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, a mystic who settled here in the 13th century. It attracts a large number of devotes from all major religions, including Islam and Hinduism and has a magical healing power for the distressed souls.

Later, continue to Pushkar, the holy town which is famous for accommodating the only Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe. The town rests around the sacred Pushkar Lake, also known as Tirtharaj – the king of pilgrimages, which according to the Hindu mythology was formed from a petal that fell at this place from Brahma’s lotus. Pushkar is well-known for its temples, holy ghats and the annual Pushkar Fair. On arrival, check in at the hotel. After some rest, explore the top places like Brahma Temple, Savitri Temple, Raghunath Temple and rose orchids. You may also like to take a holy dip in the lake which is believed to open the doors to salvation. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 13: Pushkar to Jaipur (145 km.)

After breakfast, we drive you back from Pushkar to the first destination of Agra Rajasthan tour package, Jaipur. Check in at the booked hotel on arrival and relax. For the remaining part of the day, you can visit the attractions that you missed earlier. You may also like to visit some of the nearby places like Sanganer and Bagru, the towns known for natural dyes, hand block printing and handmade paper industry. Enjoy the fabulous arts before getting back to Jaipur for the night stay.

Day 14: Jaipur to Agra (240 km.) via Fatehpur Sikri

After a wonderful time in Rajasthan, you would drive to the city of Agra in Uttar Pradesh. Located on the bank of River Yamuna, Agra got a major facelift as the capital of Mughal Empire from 1556 to 1648. It was during this period that some of its most enthralling monuments, including Taj Mahal, and numerous gardens came into being. Few miles from Agra, you would stop at Fatehpur Sikri, the town that was made the empire’s capital by the Mughal Emperor Akbar but was soon abandoned due to water scarcity.

A World Heritage Site, Fatehpur Sikri complex features Buland Darwaza (a 55 m. high gate), Tomb of Salim Chishti, Jama Masjid and a number of palaces, mansions, towers and other structures in marble and red sandstone. Spend time witnessing the architecture at its peak here. Continue to Agra and check in at the booked hotel on arrival. For the rest of the day, you are free to visit the city’s attractions. Some popular ones include Itmad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb, Akbar’s Tomb, Chini ka Rauza, Mehtab Bagh and Mankameshwar Temple. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 15: Agra to Delhi (235 km.)

Get up early to visit Taj Mahal, the white marble beauty which is not only a World Heritage Site but also one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz Mahal and has the iconic Persian style Mughal gardens around it. The use of stone inlays, lotus designs, rich carvings and calligraphy makes this monument worthwhile of visiting at least once in life.

Later, visit Agra Fort, another World Heritage Site with massive gates, beautiful palaces and sprawling courtyards. Finally, it would be the time to drive back to Delhi. We would drop you at New Delhi Airport or railway station or any other preferred spot. The Agra Rajasthan tour package ends here.

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    • 2 Persons – 1 Double Room
    • 3 Persons – 1 Double Room with extra bed
    • 4 Persons – 2 Double Room
    • 5 Persons – 2 Double Room with extra bed
    • 6 Persons – 3 Double Room
    • 7 Persons – 3 Double Room with extra bed
    • 8 Persons – 4 Double Room
    • 9 Persons – 4 Double Room with extra bed
    • 10 Persons – 5 Double Room
    • 11 Persons – 5 Double Room with extra bed
    • 12 Persons – 6 Double Room
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    • For upto 3 persons, AC Indica Car or similar vehicle shall be provided. In case you wish to upgrade to Innova car it can be done by paying extra cost.
    • For 4-6 persons AC Innova car or similar vehicle shall be provided.
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    Travel Tips For Agra Rajasthan Tour Package From Delhi

    Travel Tips:

    • Beware of huge monkey population in Mount Abu.
    • At Ranakpur Jain temple, it is extremely important to be dressed up decently. In case you are underdressed, you will have to pay rent to borrow a special cloth called kaftan to cover the body. No cameras, cell phones and leather items are allowed inside.  
    • Women having menstrual days are strictly prohibited the entry to Ranakpur temple.
    • Keep some money reserved for shopping as you would love to buy traditional clothes, jewellery (lac and kundan work), paintings, handicrafts and other items.
    • Don’t miss the mouth-watering Rajasthani cuisine, including daal-bat-churma, gate ki sabzi, mawa kachori, mirchi bada, lasan chutney, ghevar and lassi.
    • Do try the delicious petha (especially the angoori flavour) in Agra.
    • Don’t take edibles, not even chewing gums, inside Taj Mahal.