- See sunrise from Taj Mahal
- Go on a boat ride on the Ganges in Varanasi
Your next stop is Agra, the Mughal city known for the iconic Taj Mahal. Travel to Jaipur, which also know as the 'Pink City'. After Jaipur comes Orchha, a town in Madhya Pradesh, known for the Fort of Orchha, Chaturbhuj Temple and Raj Mandir.
Explore the ruins of Khajuraho, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit Kashi, or Varanasi, which is also known as "the cultural capital of India". Go on a boat ride on the holy Ganges River. Visit Sarnath, 10 kilometres away from Varanasi, where the Buddha gave his first sermon after achieving nirvana. End your trip in Delhi. For more about this tour, please read the itinerary below.
Day 1: Delhi
Day 2: Tour Delhi & drive to Jaipur
Day 3: Jaipur tour
Day 4: Jaipur - Agra & Agra tour
Day 5: Taj Mahal visit & Agra - Orchha - Khajuraho
Day 6: Khajuraho tour
Day 7: Khajuraho to Varanasi
Day 8: Boat ride & visit to Sarnath
Day 9: Varanasi to Delhi by flight (own expense)
Day 10: Departure
- All accommodation based on twin sharing
- Professional, English-speaking tour guide in Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Khajuraho & Varanasi
- Continental breakfast at your hotel everyday
- 1 bottled water per person everyday
- All sightseeing as per the itinerary
- Airport pickup & drop off
- A boat ride on the Ganges
- Train tickets from Agra -Jhansi
- Meals not mentioned In the itinerary
- Entrance fees to monuments and palaces
- Porter service at hotels and airports as well as tips, insurance, laundry, liquors and wine
- All items of personal nature
- Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, Roadblocks, etc
- Mandatory Christmas / New Year's Eve supplementary charges to be paid by the guest to the hotel
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