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Tour Code: WT- India 01
7 Days Tour of India: Delhi – Mandawa – Jaipur – Agra – New Delhi

Departure: Daily
  • Itinerary

    Day by Day
  • Day 01
    Arrival in Delhi

    The guide will meet you at Delhi International Airport, and then drive you to check in the hotel in downtown. You could have a good rest for the following magical trip in India.
    Tips: At Delhi Airport, you could exchange some currency for the use during the journey.

  • Day 02
    Delhi - Mandawa

    After breakfast, you will take bus to the townlet Mandawa. It is located far away from Delhi, so most time of the morning will be spent in the bus. After arriving in Mandawa, you will go directly to the hotel and have lunch. The trip of the day will be started in the afternoon. You will get through the desert on camels, and visit the Desert Royal Palace, which is the unique HAVELI building of India. After that, you could appreciate the desert view on camels before returning to the hotel for dinner. If time permits, you can have a look at Mandawa, a very typical Indian town.

  • Day 03
    Mandawa - Jaipur

    This morning, you will drive to Jaipur, an ancient city in northern India. It is known as the ‘Pink City’ due to there are so many pink buildings here. Upon arrival, you will go directly to the hotel, check in and enjoy lunch. The first destination here will be the Observatory, an instrument built in the early eighteenth century for astronomical observations and time calculations. Next, you will visit the City Palace Museum in Jaipur, main hall of which is all built with marble. The museum collects a lot of old utensils and appliances in India, including chariot, water jar to hold the holy water of the Ganges River in India, clothing, musical instruments, weapons and so on. After visiting the museum, you are free to visit Jaipur city before going back to the hotel for dinner.

  • Day 04
    Jaipur

    There is a visit to the Wind Palace in the morning. Although named ‘palace’, it is actually a "wall", looking like a pink hill. Standing in this impressive and unforgettable palace, you can feel the wind blowing at any corner. The next destination is the Amber Fort, situated on a hill where you can overlook the whole city. The Fort is built of stones of milky white, light yellow, rosy pink and pure white. Seen from afar, it looks like amber, so the name.

    On the way to the restaurant for lunch, you could see the Water Palace. After lunch and a short break in the hotel, you will leave for the Hindu temple - Lakshimi Narayan Temple. The temple was built in 1622 and consists of a number of palaces, fountains and large gardens. There are often weddings held here. Lucky enough, you might encounter one.

  • Day 05
    Jaipur - Agra

    After breakfast, you will depart to Agra City where the famous Taj Mahal is located. Agra was the capital of The Mogul Empire several emperors of which were keen on construction works; therefore, a large number of architectural masterpieces are left here. The first destination is a must for foreign tourists — Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world. (Tips: Because there were always some people digging the gemstones out of the wall with sharp tools, now any metal or sharp items are not allowed here). After that, you will visit the Agra Fort. It is totally built of red sandstone, thus it is also named the Red Fort, on a par with the Red Fort in Delhi. It is a representative work of Indian Islamic art in peak time, and has been listed as a world cultural heritage.

     

  • Day 06
    Agra - New Delhi

    Today, you will leave Agra for New Delhi. Upon arrival, you will visit the Lotus Temple, a Hindu temple. It looks remarkably like a lotus flower in full bloom, therefore the name. Its unique shape is not only different from those Hindu temples and Islamic mosque, but also different from the temples of other Indian sects. Next, you will come to the Arc de Triomphe of India - India Gate. As a landmark located in the heart of New Delhi, it was built to commemorate the British Indian Army who lost their lives in the fierce battle with Empires of India during the First World War and the Afghan Wars. Finally go to the Raj Ghat. There is no decoration on the tomb, rather ordinary and simple. But it is indeed the final resting place of father of India —Mahatma Gandhi

  • Day 07
    Departure from India

    After breakfast and a short break, you will go to the airport and take your homebound flight. This is the end of the wonderful trip to India.

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    2017/8/5 9:46:00

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