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India. Delhi, Jaipur, Agra

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Tour description

No matter how many photos and videos of the Taj Mahal, the Palace of the Winds and the Red Fortress you saw, the reality will be stunning!

  • Watch Pink City through latticework windows of the famous Palace of the Winds
  • Visit the main mosque of India Jama Masjid, which seats up 25 thousand visitors
  • Try the most delicious Afghani chicken and bread from a clay oven in the colorful Muslim cafes of old Delhi
  • See the latest Bollywood film in the old cinema theater in Jaipur
  • Discover  the grand Taj Mahal in Agra.

Tour departures

24 February 2023 - 02 March 2023

The price of the tour includes

Accommodation in double/twin rooms in tourist class hotels and guesthouses during the entire trip; All train ticket of 3АС class (with sleeping benches and air conditioning), rented cars and all other transportation during the trip; All transportation, including trip from and to the airport; Professional guiding services.

What is NOT included

  • Flight to Delhi and from Delhi back home. (We help find the best flight deals)
  • Insurance (mandatory)
  • Entrance fees to museums, palaces, parks and other attractions ($150)
  • Food ($10-25 per day per person)
  • Visa to India ($45).

Tour map

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Tour itinerary

Day 1-2

Delhi, Old Muslim cafes, Lodi Gardens, India Gate

We arrive in the capital - Delhi and check into a hotel in the Pahar Ganj district. We are in the heart of old Delhi. Here, the wide streets are intertwined with narrow alleys, masala tea and spicy nuts are still sold outside of hundreds years old cinemas and rickshaws compete in racing with expensive cars. We walk to the oldest Muslim cafes in the city. Tourists have no idea about this place. And here we will enjoy the most delicious Afghan-style chicken and bread from a clay oven.

We head to New Delhi to see the symbol of the country - the India Gate and walk in the Lodi Gardens. This is the favorite place of Delhi lovers. Also, it boasts the impressive tombs of the rulers of the 15th century!

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Day 3

Red fort, Chandni Chowk bazaar, The main mosque of India, Light show in the Old Fort

Let`s begin our morning with a walk through the Red Fort. This grand fortress was the main residence of the rulers of the Mughal Empire until 1856! And it was built by the fifth ruler of this super power - Shah Jahan, who also erected the famous Taj Mahal mausoleum in his old capital - Agra.

Near the fort we find ourselves in the middle of the oldest Delhi bazaar - Chandni Chowk. Watching bright goods, remember to mind your feet! We reach the main mosque of India - Jama Masjid. Built in the 17th century, it accommodates up to 25 thousand visitors. And the main square in front of the mosque offers an unforgettable view of old Delhi.

Next, we head to New Delhi and visit the famous Lotus temple. Built in 1986 in the form of a lotus flower, it is considered a house of prayer for believers of all religions. Just nearby there is a colorful Hindu temple of Kalka-ji, dedicated to the most warlike Indian goddess, Kali. In the evening, we visit the light show in the Old Fortress to learn more about the history of the Indian capital.

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Day 4-5

Jaipur, Amer and Jaigarh forts, Palace of Winds, Cinema

In the morning we take a train to Jaipur (3 hours on the way). We check into the hotel in the Hathroi area. Let`s begin with the grand fort Amer, which is located on a hill on the shore of the lake. We walk along the marble palaces inside, get lost in the narrow passages between the arches and different levels of the fortress. And the views from here are just stunning!..

We descend to the town of Amer and walk along the narrow streets, bumping into quiet temples and ancient stepwells. There are no tourists here. Only serenity and authentic Indian everyday life. We head to Fort Jaigarh. It is connected with the Amer fort by an underground passage, which was dug to ensure the escape of the Rajah and his family in the event of the capture of the fortress by the enemy.

We return to Jaipur and visit the famous Palace of the Winds. Just a few decades ago, women from the Rajah family watched the festive processions and bustle on the main street, sitting behind these carved windows of bright red sandstone. After enjoying sunset on top of the mountain overlooking the city, we head to the old movie theater for the latest Bollywood film.

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Is this trip for you?

This trip is of easy physical grade. It consists of visiting big cities and towns. We plan to take walks, use public transportation, ride rickshaws, and take trains. Accommodation in double/twin rooms of tourist class hotels and guesthouses. All hotels will have hot running water and wi fi internet.

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