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Culture & Heritage North India Tour

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Rajasthan, India

Trip Length

21 days

Availability

January - April, September - December
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Culture & Heritage North India Tour

The culture, geography, climate, food, language, and way of life in North India are all quite diverse. Exploring North India entails encountering a diverse range of cultures. There are almost too many things to discover and places to see. Rajasthan is the kingdom of Maharajas and princely kingdoms, as well as a country of enchantment and romance. This is the epicenter of India's historical and cultural history. Discover Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer, three of India's most gorgeous cities. There are also options to embark on one-of-a-kind mind-blowing experiences, such as horseback safaris, camel safaris, or jungle safaris. The Kiplings Tour is located in Madhya Pradesh, an area rich in wildlife. It not only has a diverse range of animals and plants, but it also has a rich cultural heritage. It is also home to the Taj Mahal, India's most visited attraction, and Varanasi, Hinduism's holiest city. The Himalayan foothills area in the far north, while the Ganges plain is in the centre. It is also home to the Taj Mahal, India's most visited attraction, and Varanasi, Hinduism's holiest city.

Description

The culture, geography, climate, food, language, and way of life in North India are all quite diverse. Exploring North India entails encountering a diverse range of cultures. There are almost too many things to discover and places to see. Rajasthan is the kingdom of Maharajas and princely kingdoms, as well as a country of enchantment and romance. This is the epicenter of India's historical and cultural history. Discover Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer, three of India's most gorgeous cities. There are also options to embark on one-of-a-kind mind-blowing experiences, such as horseback safaris, camel safaris, or jungle safaris. The Kiplings Tour is located in Madhya Pradesh, an area rich in wildlife. It not only has a diverse range of animals and plants, but it also has a rich cultural heritage. It is also home to the Taj Mahal, India's most visited attraction, and Varanasi, Hinduism's holiest city. The Himalayan foothills area in the far north, while the Ganges plain is in the centre. It is also home to the Taj Mahal, India's most visited attraction, and Varanasi, Hinduism's holiest city.

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in Delhi

Arrive today at Delhi International Airport. Assistance on arrival and then transfer to hotel in Delhi.

Accommodation

China Town Hotel/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: No Meal

Day 2

Delhi sightseeing

After a leisurely breakfast takes a combined city tour of Old and New Delhi to discover more about the nation's capital. Qutab Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Parliament House, and Connaught Place, New Delhi's primary shopping centre, are all must-see attractions. Tour the Red Fort (external), which Mughal Emperor Shahjehan built-in 1648; Jama Masjid, one of India's largest mosques; and Raj Ghat and Shanti Vana, where Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru were cremated. You will be taken to your hotel.

Activities

  • Bicycle Rickshaw Ride In Old Delhi.

Accommodation

China Town Hotel/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 3

Delhi - Jaipur (260km / 06hrs)

After breakfast, you will be driven to Jaipur to check into your hotel. Because of the pink color of its regal structures, Jaipur has earned the romantic moniker "The Pink City." It is home to the magnificent Amber Fort, the Kachchwaha Maharajas' first royal abode, as well as excellent handicrafts and jewelry.

Accommodation

Mahal Khandela/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 4

Jaipur

Enjoy a guided visit to Amber Fort after a great breakfast. This majestic edifice, perched on a hill overlooking the city, served as the old capital before Jaipur was created. Ascend the hill on a decorated elephant to the Palace, which is spread out over many levels of the mountain and protected by a castle. The fort's outside is formidable and austere, yet the interior is warm and welcoming, with Hindu and Muslim d├ęcor. Paintings of diverse hunting scenes, exquisite sculptures, mosaics, and minute mirrors adorn the corridors, lending them a magnificent and regal aura. Your afternoon sightseeing trip includes the City Palace, the Jantar Mantar-Jai Singh Observatory, and the Hawa Mahal, or "Palace of the Winds," which has nothing to do with flatulence, as you'll learn.

Activities

  • Elephant Ride At Amber Fort

Accommodation

Mahal Khandela/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 5

Jaipur - Khimsar (280km / 05h)

It will be time to go to the Khimsar sand dunes after a breathtaking breakfast. The Welcome Heritage Khimsar Sand Dunes Village is nestled in the center of a sixty-acre oasis, about 6 kilometers from the WelcomHeritageKhimsar stronghold. It can only be reached by jeep or camel, and once there, all you can see are sand dunes in all directions. The position of this distant and rural hamlet, which front of a body of water, ensures complete tranquility, maybe with nothing but the sound of quicksand floating on the desert breezes, periodically disturbed by flocking ducks, geese, and wild birds. the body of water.

Accommodation

Khimsar Fort/ Equivalent 4* hotel. (Limited hotels are here) Food: Breakfast

Day 6

Khimsar - Jaisalmer (290km / 05h)

You will be escorted to Jaisalmer, which is located in the centre of the Magnificent Indian Desert of Thar, where you will be settled into your great Indian hotel, after a peaceful breakfast. You will be taken on a guided tour of Fort Jaisalmer, Salim Singh Ki Haveli, and Patwon Ki Haveli in the afternoon. The historic fortress city of Jaisalmer is home to the Jaisalmer Fort, which was established in 1156. This is Rajasthan's second-oldest fort; it rises out of the desert haze, its yellow sandstone walls and bastions taking on a golden color in the afternoon light. Sonar Kila, the Golden Fort, is properly called for this reason.

Accommodation

Fifu Guest House/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 7

Jaisalmer

Today is the day to go on your camel, or more accurately, to get on your camel and cross the Thar desert at dusk to the sand dunes of Sam. In more ways than one, these sand dunes are a tourist draw. The dunes, which are three kilometers long, one kilometer broad, and up to half a kilometer high, are as unpredictable as they are memorable. The spinning air currents are almost as powerful as sandstorms in the Sahara, yet there is no vegetation here.

Activities

  • Camel Ride Through The Sand Dunes In Jaisalmer.

Accommodation

Camp/ Equivalent 3* Camp. (Camp will provide during the winter season only) Food: Breakfast& Dinner

Day 8

Jaisalmer - Jodhpur (283km / 4.5hrs)

You will drive to Jodhpur this morning and settle into your pleasant hotel. A historical walk will be held in the evening.

Activities

  • Heritage Walk

Accommodation

Suraj Haveli/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 9

Jodhpur

Today, this city of spectacles necessitates a full-day guided sightseeing trip, so come on in! Among the highlights will undoubtedly be: The history of Umaid Bhawan Palace is highly fascinating. In the twentieth century, the Maharaja of Jodhpur ordered the construction of this palace only to create employment for his famine-stricken populace. The palace was built over the course of 16 years of slave labor. This sandstone palace is now separated into two parts: a hotel and a museum. Built-in 1899 AD. C., the Jaswant Thada is a set of royal white marble cenotaphs that serve as a gigantic memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The main cenotaph, which speaks of the courage of the Rajput monarchs of Jodhpur, has proud pictures of successive rulers. The fort's other major structures are the Moti Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sileh Khana, and Daulat Khana. Palanquins, miniature paintings from many schools, musical instruments, elephant howdahs, costumes, and furnishings are all on display at these palaces.

Accommodation

Suraj Haveli/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 10

Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur (250 km / 4.5 hours)

After a sumptuous breakfast, you will be driven to Udaipur via Ranakpur. Ranakpur is an enormous Jain temple located northwest of Udaipur in a lonely valley in the magnificent Ravalli mountain range. It was constructed of amber stone in 1439 AD and is a majestic edifice with wonderful carvings. The elaborate carvings on the 200 marble pillars are works of beauty and craftsmanship, with no two pillars being identical. The city of Udaipur is located in the Aravalli mountains of Rajasthan's royal state and is also known as the Jewel of Mewar as well as the City of Dawn, referring to Sunrise rather than the British comedian. Its surroundings, surrounded by historic mountains and perched on the brink of three lakes, could not be more spectacular. It's a lovely ancient city with winding lanes lined with glistening kiosks, gardens, lakes, castles, and temples. You'll see why Udaipur is on the rise as a tourist destination.

Accommodation

Hotel Pichola Haveli/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 11

Udaipur

Enjoy a wonderful breakfast and then tour the City Palace, Sahelion-Ki-Bari, or the "Garden of the Maidens of Honor," as well as the Gulab Niwas garden, which is named after it. The former was created and distributed in the early 1800s as a sanctuary for the royal house's ladies to spend their leisure time. The lotus pool, fountains, lawns, flower beds, and marble pavilions all work together to create an enchanting setting. In the evening enjoy a pleasant boat ride on Lake Pichola.

Activities

  • Boat Ride At Lake Pichola

Accommodation

Hotel Pichola Haveli/ Equivalent 3* hotel.
Food: Breakfast

Day 12

Udaipur - Bundi (300km / 05hrs)

After a captivating breakfast, continue to Bundi and your hotel. You will pay a visit to the countryside on your way there. Bundi, you will quickly agree, is quite a beautiful city; and it is of crucial importance to the history of Rajasthan. It is surrounded by the Aravalli Hills on three sides and is circumscribed by a massive wall with four entrance gates. Your afternoon will be busy seeing all the sights Bundi has to offer, including Fort Tarargh, Rani Ji Ki Baori, and Naval Sagar Lake.

Accommodation

Bundi Haveli/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 13

Bundi - Sawai Madhopur (150km / 03hrs)

Today you'll travel to Ranthambhore. Arrive at the hotel and check in. The old hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, Ranthambore National Park, is the premier wildlife refuge in the country for observing and photographing the Indian tiger, where this majestic beast reigns supreme. The remnants of a 10th-century fort may be seen inside the park. There are 300 types of trees, 50 aquatic plants, over 300 kinds of birds, 12 reptiles, and 30 compelling mammals among the rich and diversified flora and fauna. A list of animals to look out for at this shelter may be seen below. Keep an eye out since there may be a test after your safari. The sloth bear, wild boar, chinkara, porcupine, jackal, leopard, jungle cat, swamp crocodile, sambhar, chital, nilgai, gazelle, and sambhar, chital, nilgai, gazelle, and sambhar, chital, nilgai, gazelle, and sambhar, chital, nilgai In the evening you will explore Ranthambore's natural flora and animals or simply rest.

Accommodation

Om Rudrapriya/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast& Dinner

Day 14

Sawai Madhopur

Early in the morning, you will wake up and be ready for your first jungle jeep safari and after 03 hours you will come back to the hotel. After breakfast, you might opt to rest by the pool, explore Sawai Madhopur's town and temple, or visit Fort Ranthambore. After lunch, go on a jungle safari in search of those elusive tigers, then return to the resort at about 5 p.m.

Activities

  • Morning & Evening Jeep Safari

Accommodation

Om Rudrapriya/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast& Dinner

Day 15

Ranthambhore- Agra (297 km / 06 hours)

This morning, after breakfast, you will travel to Agra, where you will visit the Taj Mahal. Check into the hotel when you arrive in Agra. In the evening, you are free to go around the local market.

Accommodation

Hotel Taj Villas/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 16

Agra

This morning during the sunrise you visit the Taj Mahal (closed Friday) The magnificent Taj Mahal, widely known as the symbol of love, will be visited in the afternoon. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan erected this monument in memory of his most adoring wife, Mumtaj. You will return to your hotel for breakfast. Later, pay a visit to the Agra Fort, which is only a few kilometers away from the Taj Mahal. From this fort, you can also enjoy a panoramic view of the Taj Mahal.

Accommodation

Hotel Taj Villas/ Equivalent 3* hotel.
Food: Breakfast

Day 17

Agra - Jhansi by train & Jhansi - Orchha (16 km / 30 minutes)

Early morning after breakfast, you will be whisked away to the Agra railway station to board the train to Jhansi, where you will be greeted with joy by our representative and led to your next Indian gem. Orchha, the Bundela monarchs' capital, is located on the Malwa plateau and is well-watered by the Betwa River. This lovely city is well-known for its magnificent architecture. The location provides a great blend of traditionalism and modernism that never fails to impress visitors. You'll see Fort Orchha, the Jain Temple, Jehangir Mahal, and the Raj Mahal here.

Accommodation

Hotel Bundelkhand Riverside/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 18

Orchha - Khajuraho (173km / 04hrs)

After breakfast, you will drive to Khajuraho. In the afternoon you will prepare to gape, gasp, and goggle at the western, eastern, and southern clusters of temples. Khajuraho was originally the capital of the Candelas, a great Hindu kingdom. These hyperactive monarchs erected the 85 temples of Khajuraho, which are known for their erotic sculptures.

Accommodation

Isabel Palace/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 19

Khajuraho - Varanasi by flight

After a lovely breakfast, you will have the rest of the morning to do anything you like because you will be transferred to the airport in time to board your flight to Varanasi. Assistance upon your arrival at Varanasi airport & transfer to the hotel en route you will visit Sarnath and the Ashoka pillar before going to the hotel. After all, this is where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon. Later you will transfer to the hotel. Check into the hotel.

Accommodation

Hotel Varanasi Inn/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 20

Varanasi

Early morning you will enjoy a boat trip on the holy Ganges is worthwhile since you will be able to watch a magnificent sunrise and participate in religious activities at the ghats and temples for bathing on the holy river's banks. Return to the hotel for a delicious breakfast before embarking on a tour of Varanasi, which includes stops at the Hindu University of Banaras and temples. Take a colorful rickshaw ride around the ancient city in the evening, then return to the Ganges in time to see the nightly Aarti celebration.

Activities

  • Morning Boat Ride On The River Ganges

Accommodation

Hotel Varanasi Inn/ Equivalent 3* hotel. Food: Breakfast

Day 21

Varanasi - Delhi by flight

After a magnificent breakfast, you will have the morning to do as you choose, since you will be transported to the airport in the afternoon for your flight back to Delhi. Where you will board your flight back home.

Accommodation

No accommodation on this day.
Food: Breakfast

What's Included

Accommodation

20nights accommodation in 3 * hotels in double/twin room with bed and breakfast, except in Jaisalmer&Ranthambhore on a half board basis.

Ground Transport

Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle including airport transfer, travel, and sightseeing as per itinerary.

Tour leader

A Professional English-speaking tour leader will accompany you throughout the trip.

Exclusions

Any food not mentioned above. Tips, any type of alcoholic beverages, Laundry, Travel insurance, medical emergencies, or any other expense not mentioned in the previous inclusions. Any personal expense. Any fixed camera or video fee. Indian Visa fees.

Flights

Domestic flight ticket (Khajuraho - Varanasi and Varanasi - Delhi)

Meals

Bed and breakfast in all the destinations, except Jaisalmer&Ranthambhore on a half-board basis.

Monuments fees

Entrance to the monument to visit each monument according to the itinerary.

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My name is Naveen, and I am from the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. I have done Post Graduate Diploma in Management from Tourism and Travel College, an Autonomous Body under the Ministry of Tourism. I've always been interested in tourism and have over a decade of expertise in the field. Meeting people from other countries and exchanging cultures with them has been a wonderful experience for me. We provide tourist-friendly excursions in areas such as art, culture, history, heritage, nature, adventure, wildlife, photography, spirituality, health, yoga, meditation, trekking, cycling, and wildlife.

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