Day 1 (Delhi)
Arrive at IG International airport and transfer to hotel for a short break to relax after a long plane journey. Your tour starts with an interesting visit to Hindu temple popularly known as 'Birla Mandir' and a Sikh temple in the middle of the City called as 'Bangla Sahib Gurudwara'.
Day 2 (Delhi)
Visit the famous market of Old Delhi; Chandni Chowk by foot to perceive one of the largest spice and dry fruit Market. After lunch, we will visit  “the last flicker in the lamp of Islamic architecture”  ‘Safdarjung Tomb’ and later Lodi Gardens  –  the impressive tombs and the gardens are in perfect settings and are considered as one of the major sites of Architecture in Delhi. Return to hotel for relaxing.
Day 3 (Delhi/Shahpura)
We will head to one of the boutique hotel restored by the noble family of Shahpura. Witness the colorful bazaars of Shahpura blended with modern and rural contrasts.
Day 4 (Shahpura/Mandawa)
We will continue exploring Rajasthan towards the north-west taking 2 overnights stay at Mandawa, an open art gallery of frescoes, murals and much more to soak up within the region.
Day 5 (Mandawa)
Explore the nearby towns to enjoy the beauty of the place during your half day sightseeing tour. Later enjoy your stay at the luxury huts at Mandawa Desert Resort.
Day 6 (Mandawa/Jaipur)
Welcome to the Pink-city of Jaipur  –  an afternoon full of excitement and solemnity. Come and witness the most attractive and famous festival of  ‘GANGAUR’  celebrated with great pageantry.
Day 7 (Jaipur)
The day starts with an interesting walk in the old city. After the walk, we will see some art and craft work center. We will continue to the famous Amber fort. We will have lunch at a noble family home at Amber. Later we will have an interesting walk in the old town of Amber.
Day 8 (Jaipur/Fatehpur Sikri/Agra)
Jaipur/Fatehpur Sikri/Agra
Enjoy a scenic drive on Jaipur-Agra highway passing by the local stone work at Sikandra before you reach the beautiful red stone city of Fatehpur Sikir built by the famous Moghul Emperor Akbar as his make shift capital. Continue to Agra; this evening brings you an exciting dance show by more than hundred artists – the making of Taj Mahal before you visit it the next day.
Day 9 (Agra)
This morning we will enjoy the beauty of Taj Mahal. After breakfast, visit the art work of Pietra-Dura and then continue to the World UNESCO site ‘The Agra fort’. Late afternoon, an exciting mode of transport will take you to Baby Taj. Continue to Mehtab Bagh for stunning views of Taj Mahal across the river.
Day 10 (Agra/Jhansi/Orchha)
The day starts with an exciting experience of Indian railway, the second largest employer in the world. We will catch early morning Train to Jhansi and then 30 minutes road journey to Orchha, a character township. We will visit the Palace and later an interesting walk in the town to perceive the life and colors of India.
Day 11 (Orchha/Khajuraho)
A bit bumpy but scenic drive to reach hidden wonder of the world; the clustered temple of Khajuraho  –  A World UNESCO site. Explore the Eastern group by rickshaw and before you reach the bejeweled wealth of intricate architecture next morning, enjoy the light and sound show in the late evening - a tale of love and romance. 
Day 12 (Khajuraho)
The sunrise brings life to this little town, when the dawn splashes the golden rays on the bedecked temples of the Western cluster.  Some quality time would be required to visit this treasure of India where the social life is depicted in forms of different phase of human life and society. Wander on your own or unwind whilst sipping your favorite drink at the pool side of your hotel.
Day 13 (Khajuraho/Varanasi)
Fly to Varanasi, the religious city of Shiva, Hinduism's holiest old city in the world's most ancient civilizations where the sacred river Ganga flows freely keeping the city on west side of river. Late in the evening, visit the ghats along the Ganga to eyewitness the evening prayer ceremonies and walk through the traditional markets.
Day 14 (Varanasi)
The daybreak boat trip endows with the unforgettable spectacle of the morning prayers gently moving along with the bathing Ghats. Visit some interesting sites after the boat trip; including Banaras Hindu University (one of the world's most consecrated institutions of learning) the Bharat Kala Bhawan (exhibits a valuable anthology of ancient sculpture and medieval paintings  –  closed on Sundays/University holidays. Late afternoon visit one of the old sites Sarnath the birth place of Buddhism, where Lord Buddha preached his first sermon in first quarter of 6th century BCE after attaining Enlightenment.
Day 15 (Varanasi/Delhi)
Morning at leisure and then transfer to Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport, Varanasi to connect flight for Delhi
Day 16 (Final Departure)
Final Departure
Departure to International Airport to catch flight back home
1 . All Monument Entrances as per itinerary for one entry
2 . All breakfasts as per itinerary
3 . All activities as per itinerary
1 . International Air Fare
2 . Travel Insurance
3 . Single Accommodation (available on Request)
4 . Visa or Transit Visa
5 . Vaccinations
6 . Expenses of Personal Nature: Any Table drinks, Telephone calls, Laundry, Camera fees (still or video), Gratuities to Tour Managers, Guides, Drivers, Hotel or Restaurant staff etc.
7 . Tour Manager on request
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