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Duration : 10 nights / 11 days

covered :
Chennai - Bangalore- Mysore - Bangalore - Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Samode - Delhi

: This tour is complete mixture of India’s rich history, culture, scenic wonders, culinary delights or colourful ethnic tribes. Through this tour enjoy a wholesome travel experience to India beyond comparison.
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[Best suitable for 6 travelers and above]

Day 1 - DELHI
The romance and colour of India greets you as you disembark from your jet in Delhi - India’s splendid capital.

- Founded on the sight of several cities. It has been the seat of power for centuries. Today Old and New city combine to present a harmonious whole offering the traveler, elegant shops, broad laburnum lined avenues, sun-warmed elegant forts and mosques that were once stronghold of Mughal powers and colorful bazaars.

Your PERSONAL TOUR MANAGER escorts you to Hotel New Delhi Hilton. An elegant exposition in natural Sandstone, crowned with stately pavilions and emerald gardens. Merging the grace of modern from with the grandeur of Indian tradition. A premier luxury super deluxe hotel with 500 designer rooms and suites which create an ambiance of gracious Indian hospitality that blends beautifully with all the comforts of modern living. Strategically located in Connaught Place, the city’s prime business locale, Hotel New Delhi Hilton, now invites you to weave through its splendors and discover the magic that is India. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 2 - DELHI
Breakfast at the colorful 24 hrs restaurant “THE RENDEZVOUS” with a menu that titillates appetites. This morning your sightseeing begins with a trip to the 16th century Humayun’s Tomb - A soothing sandstone and marble monument typical of the Mughal era and Qutab Minar, a 13th century fluted minaret. Then drive along Rajpath, the ceremonial avenue where Delhi’s important parades takes place, past the imposing India Gate and the circular Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhavan. The opulent Red Fort, a city within a city of mosques and palaces.You lso visit Raj Ghat, the site of Mahatma Gandhi’s Cremation, the delicately cloisted Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque and Chandni Chowk, bustling, colorful market place famous for its silver, bronze and brass goods. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 3 – DELHI / AGRA
After breakfast depart Delhi by air-conditioned deluxe Coach for Agra - synonymous with the timeless beauty of the Taj Mahal -radiant at noon and Amber by dusk.

Check-in at Hotel Mughal Sheraton - situated in the heart of the city, this splendid red brick edifice blends beautifully with Agra’s landscape. It is also a recipient of the prestigious Aga Khan Award for architecture excellence.

Your stay is envisaged at Chamber of Emperor Rooms luxuriously furnished with a touch of Old World splendor. This afternoon you will visit the World’s greatest love tribute: The Taj Mahal, built by Emperor Shahjahan for his beloved Queen Mumtaz Mahal.

Mark Twain said of this Monument “you cannot keep your emotions within bounds, when that soaring bubble of marble breaks upon your view”. Taj Mahal is like silent rhapsody that you will carry in your heart. You will also visit Agra Fort, an impressive cluster of Palaces, Fortresses and Mosque on the banks of river Yamuna across the Taj Mahal. Overnight at hotel.

Breakfast at SAMOVAR. Feast your eyes on the Taj over cups of freshly brewed tea.

Depart Agra by air-conditioned deluxe Coach for Jaipur -Gateway to Rajasthan and a city ablaze with colour when latticed rose - pink monuments fight with brilliantly turbaned men and vividly costumed Women for attention.

Enroute visit
Fatehpur Sikri - a glittering imperial Capital conceived and built by Emperor Akbar. It is filled with red sandstone buildings, mosques and courtyards. The Pearl Mosque here is designed after the mosque of Mecca and is a fine blend of Persian and Hindu architecture. Continue your journey to Jaipur.

Check-in at
HOTEL RAJPUTANA PALACE SHERATON. The lifestyle created by the aristocracy and nobility of royal Rajasthan finds an echo in Rajputana Palace Sheraton. Built on the lines of a Royal Haveli (Mansion) and with its lobby fashioned after the Jaigarh Fort, the hotel is richly derailed with beautiful balconies high canopies and tinkling waterfalls that blend seamlessly with each other. A fitting tribute to the glorious heritage and romance of Rajputana.

This afternoon you visit the City Palace - a picturesque complex of palaces and courtyards famous for its collection of Rajput Miniature carpets and manuscripts. You also visit the exquisite “Palace of Winds” with its honeycombed facade and 18th century observatory. Overnight at hotel

Day 5 - JAIPUR
Breakfast at Chandravanshi Pavilion.

Your day starts with an excursion to Amber Fort. You ride up the ramp of this 11th century bastion atop a gaily decorated Elephant. Time at leisure to relax by the poolside or go shopping (Jaipur is famous for gems, jewellery & miniature paintings).
Overnight at hotel.

After breakfast depart Jaipur by air-conditioned deluxe Coach for Samode.

Samode nestled picturesquely amidst hills, the quite comfort of the palace offers a retreat is also the Residence of Rawal Raja Ragvendra Singh.
Check-in at Samode Bagh.
Enjoy the splendour of the Mughal Garden at Samode Bagh, a garden paradise. Imbibe the charm of the sylvan setting over an aperitif on verdant green lawns dotted with delicate pavilions, surrounded by rippling water fountains and sweet smelling shrubs of Jasmine. Dine under a star studded sky where the tinkles of dancers’ bells are punctuated by the call of a distant Peacock.

After check-in set off on a Camel Safari through the surrounding countryside. Relive the caravan experience. As you sway gently on Camel-back follow cobbled paths through quaint villages. Discover lush green fields and arid expanses of desert framed by stark rocky hills. Where an array of cool drinks and a four - course lunch await you.
Return to Samode Bagh.

Royal Dinner evening at Samode Palace is an aesthetically beautiful venue for a Durbar dinner preceded by a grand welcome with decorated Camels and Ladies in Rajasthani costumes performing the traditional garlanding,
aarti and tikka rituals. A welcome drink follows with local musicians singing in the background.

Dinner is served in traditional Rajasthani “thali” (Tray). Guests are seated on soft mattresses with cushions and bolsters. While folk dances whirl to the tunes of musicians.

The evening comes to an end with a spirited extravaganza of dazzling fireworks which light up the night sky. Overnight at Bagh.

After breakfast depart by air-conditioned deluxe Coach for Jodhpur. The history of Jodhpur dates back to 1211 AD, when the Rathores of Kanauj moved in and flourished in the inhospitable desert terrain of Rajasthan. In 1459, Rao Jodha, a fierce Rathore King established his New Capital, Jodhpur.

Check-in at
Built by the late Maharaja Umaid Singhji, is one of the World’s largest & grandest royal residences. Over three thousand artisans from the region worked every day for 13 years to transform the British architecture, H.V. Lanchester’s Masterplan into this magnificent marble and sandstone edifice. A classic example of the Indo-Colonial and art deco style of the 1930’s, the palace provides an unmatched experience of a truly regal lifestyle. Even today, more than fifty years after its completion, Maharaja Gaj Singh, the Grandson of Maharaja Umaid Singhji, resides here with his family. Umaid Bhawan Palace, with its immaculate landscape and splendid architecture, once privy to royalty, now plays host to the World.

Evening Sunset Cocktail.
The venue is the Sunset pavilion located adjacent to the top of the central dome of Umaid Bhawan Palace commanding an overwhelming view of Jodhpur city and Mehrangarh Fort. By virtue of its location it becomes the most ideal place from where one can watch the sun go down & the twilight emerge. Amidst a live sitar recital cocktails are served with a variety of appetizers. Overnight at hotel.

Full day village safari by jeeps . Visit various traditional villages seeing local handicrafts viz. shoe makers, pottery, hand weaving and also men in their traditional attire, women clad with ancestral silver jewellery, enroute watch and photograph wildlife black buck, Chinkaras, Peacock etc. Freely moving in abundance protected by “Bishnois” protectors of wildlife and trees. Also see the opium drinking ceremony a ritual to which the guests are traditionally entertained.
Lunch at Sardar Samand Lake Resort.
Return to Jodhpur for overnight at hotel.

Breakfast at hotel and this morning you visit the imposing
Mehrangarh fort - a monument that reflects the Rajput style of architecture in its gigantic ramparts and gateways. Also visit the Jaswant Thada - an imposing marble cenotaph building of 1899. Time at leisure till transfer to airport to board flight for Delhi.

Your India experience comes to an end as you are transferred to international airport to board your home bound flight.


1. Dinner in a Speciality Restaurant (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Be it an Indian, Chinese, Italian or French Food, New Delhi abounds with a varied choice of speciality restaurants.

A special menu, which is specifically designed with the logo of the company printed on it, is presented to each group member. A part or whole of the restaurant is exclusively reserved for the group. Tent cards bearing the name of the group are placed on each table, lending an exclusivity to the group’s evening. Western Bank can be provided, if required.

2. Henna and Tea (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Henna (mehandi) is applied to ladies palms in intricate designs by a professional: after a while the green paste is washed away leaving behind an overprint of the motifs in a rich auburn colour that lasts for several days. This programme can be organised over tea, so you can show off your Indian ‘makeup’ over dinner.

3. Sari Tying Demonstration (Minimum: 15 Pax)

The sari is the elegant attire of the Indian woman, and you will he shown how to drape six yards of the fabric into the deft folds of this dress. Ladies from the group will be invited to wear a sari, and the one who can drape it the fastest wins a prize.

1. Mughal Theme Dinner (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Agra being synonymous with the great Mughals, a special evening is arranged in the banquet hall of the hotel. On arrival, ladies are presented with a silk scarf and gentlemen with a brocade turban. Guests are seated on the carpeted floor with cushions and bolsters in Mughal style. A sumptuous meal of the Mughal dishes is served and a special programme on Indian music and dances arranged.

1. Dinner on the Ramparts (Minimum : 15 Pax)

Experience the pleasure of dinning in the noble surroundings at the Mehrangargh Fort where selected portions of the fort are specially illuminated for you.

Depending on the season you can relax on the ramparts under the starlit sky, and listed to the sounds waiting up from the walled city below - as many a Maharajah may have done in days gone by. Then savour sumpuous Barbeque, traditional breads hot from the oven and your choice in liquors, while the famous Langa community entertains you with liting folk ballads of Jodhpur.

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