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Dear Mr.Vijay,
Thanks a ton for organizing such a wonderful tour of Agra. Wish you best of luck for the future.

Aaron Yeung - Brisbane, Australia

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Indian Panorama Tour

Durations: 20 Days / 19 Nights
Destinations: Delhi, Agra, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Goa

Day 1: Arrive Delhi

Arrive in Delhi either late night or early morning, meet our representative at airport for assistance. Transfer to hotel & relax there to over come jet- lag.

Day 2: At Delhi

Delhi has a major historical importance and is counted amongst one of the oldest cities in the world. This history helps one appreciate the scale of the sprawling metropolis. It’s a quintessential Indian city, marrying the ancient with the cosmopolitan. Revel in marvellous shopping, a treasure trove of architectural monuments, some of the swankiest restaurants in India and heavenly street food.

Enjoy a full day city tour of Delhi. Visit: Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Humayun's Tomb, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate & Raj Ghat. Over night at the hotel.

Day 3: Delhi - Agra

Agra is famous as being home to one of the seven wonders of the world-the Taj Mahal. The architectural splendour of the mausoleums, the fort and the palaces is a vivid remainder of the capital in the 16th and early 17th centuries.

Morning drive to Agra en-route visiting Sikandra. Sikandra houses Emperor Akbar's Mausoleum and is just 4 kms from Agra. On arrival in Agra, check into the hotel. In afternoon, visit the world famous Taj Mahal built by the Moghul Emperor Shahjehan in 1630 A.D. to enshrine his Queen Mumtaz Mahal's mortal remains. Later, visit the Agra Fort containing the Pearl Mosque, the Halls of Public and Private Audience.

Day 4: : Agra- Ranthambore

Morning drive to Ranthambore en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri (old deserted town of Mughal Dynasty). See the beautiful Jama Masjid / The Buland Darwaza, palace of Queen Jodha Bai, Birbal's (a Minister) Palace. On arrival at Ranthambore, check in to your hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.

The Ranthambore Tiger Sanctuary is one of the fine examples of the "Project Tiger" conservation efforts. Nestled in the Aravali hills, amidst the arid plains and rugged tracts of the royal state of Rajasthan, lies Ranthambore National Park, a haven for the adventure seeker and the wildlife watcher. The park boasts some of the best wildlife sightings Asia has to offer. The park has three major lakes - Rajbaugh, Milak talao and Padam talao, which serve as watering holes for the animals. The imposing Ranthambore fort adds to the grandeur of the park. Among the animals, birds and reptiles that can be spotted in Ranthambore are the tiger, the sambar, leopard, chinkara, blue bull, chital, jackal, hyena, caracal, fox, jungle cat, sloth bear, ratel, langur and wild boar. The park is also home to over 300 species of bird - like parakeets, peafowl, storks, partridges, egrets, eagles, flycatchers, owls and migratory varieties in the winter months that include the greylag goose, black eagle, ruddy shelduck, pintails.

Day 5: Ranthambore

Full day to explore the park with a naturalist accompanying you. Apart from tigers, the national park boasts of panthers, and Kachida Valley is the ideal place for these sightings. The park sightings of tigers and the range of animals offer a huge opportunity for wildlife photography. A naturalist will be at hand during morning and evening safari (optional). Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 6: Ranthambore - Jaipur

Morning drive to Jaipur. On reaching Jaipur, check-in at your hotel. Afternoon at leisure.

Evening visit to Chokhi Dhani, an ethnic village resort (optional). Here the exuberance of true colours of India, Rajasthani folk dance and song come alive. Children festooned in bright clothes can be seen dancing rhythmically to the folk songs sung by men and women. Caparisoned wooden camels, horses and bullock carts offering joy rides add to the thrill. Stay overnight at Jaipur hotel.

Day 7: Jaipur

Enjoy a hearty breakfast at the hotel and then leave for a half-day sightseeing tour. Gear up for a royal experience ascending the hilltop fortress at Amer on an elephant. The 16th century fortress built by Maharaja Man Singh encloses beautiful palaces and a Hindu temple in white marble.

In the afternoon, tour the old walled city of Jaipur. The ‘pink city’ takes its name from the tradition of draping buildings in a pink tone with white borders and motifs. The palaces and forts once used for witnessing royal processions, towers modern buildings and bustling market areas. Jantar Mantar Observatory is situated in the heart of the city. Built in the 1700's (A.D), its futuristic design speaks of expertise in the field of astronomy. Among the must visit is the ornate Hawa Mahal (the palace of winds), City Palace and its museum, which is a blend of Mughal and Hindu architecture. The museum is worth a visit for paintings and ethnic Rajasthani costumes.

Stay overnight at Jaipur hotel.

Day 8: Jaipur - Jodhpur

After an early morning breakfast, drive to Jodhpur, halting at Osian. Osian is originally a staging post for caravans in ancient times. Ancient Jain and Vaishnava temples dating back to 8th and 12th centuries reflect the grandeur of Indian temple architecture. The sand dunes are a major attraction here. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 9: Jodhpur

After breakfast at the hotel, leave for a sightseeing tour of Jodhpur, the erstwhile capital of Marwar, lying in the south-western region of Rajasthan. Visit the towering Mehrangarh Fort which was built by Rao Jodha, the founder of the city in the 15th century. It encloses palaces and temple in sandstone and displays the beauty of Rajput masonry. It also has a museum. At the foot of the fort, lies the “Jaswanth Thada”, a richly carved cenotaph in white marble built in memory of Jaswant Singh II. In the afternoon, take a jeep safari to the picturesque Bishnoi villages that exemplify the rustic Rajasthani life. The drive-through abounds with black bucks and chinkaras (a species of gazelle) grazing around. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 10: Jodhpur - Udaipur

After breakfast leave for Udaipur. Stopover at the Jain temples of Ranakpura which are remarkable for intricate friezes and sculptures. The temple was built in the 15th century, and has 29 halls supported by 1444 pillars, none of which are alike. Later in the day arrive at the medieval city of Udaipur. Check-in at your hotel. The Lake Palace is over two and a half centuries old and was built by Maharana Jagat Singh II, now converted into one of the most romantic hotels in the world. Enjoy a leisurely cruise on the shimmering waters of Lake Pichola, the centrepiece around which recreational activities revolve. Take a short break at Jag Mandir. Take a walk around the fountain pavilions and cobbled gardens of Jag Mandir Island Palace. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 11: Udaipur

Soak in the sun at breakfast. Morning excursion includes visit to the famous temple complex of Eklingji and Nagda, which enshrines the deity of the Mahranas of Mewar. Spend the rest of the day exploring this lake city. Wander through the opulent City Palace grounds, and the museum, which houses artifacts, intricate miniature paintings and sculpture which depict the valor and chivalry of the Mewar rulers. Next visit the Jagdish temple dedicated to Lord Jagannath, on the shores of Lake Pichola. The Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir and Gangaur Ghat form the hub of Rajasthani folk culture. Little away from the city is Shilpgram, a living museum. Pichola & Fateh Sagar Lake truly make Udaipur an oasis in the desert. Overnight stay at Udaipur hotel.

Day 12: Udaipur - Mumbai

After breakfast transfer to airport to board flight for Mumbai. On arrival, check in at hotel. The first visit is Gateway of India and Elephanta Islands. Overnight at the hotel.

Mumbai, the ultimate melting pot of India and a favourite amongst foreigners from all parts of the world, Mumbai is the capital of the state of Maharashtra. Well known for its hectic pace of life and an exciting nightlife, Mumbai offers a variety of places to eat out, and enjoy music and drugs in clubs, bars and discos. The long stretch facing the sea called ‘Marine Drive’ offers a magnificent view in the evening and ends with Chowpatty Beach at one end. While the Gateway of India is the most recognizable symbol of the city, the Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO heritage site and the Sanjay Gandhi National Park are a must visit.

Day 13: Mumbai

After breakfast enjoy full day city sightseeing of Mumbai. This includes Prince of Wales Museum, Fort area, Crawford Market, Chowpatty, Gateway of India and Elephanta Cave temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Overnight at hotel.

Day 14: Mumbai – Aurangabad – Mumbai

Early in the morning, depart to board flight to Aurangabad for a full day excursion to Ellora and Ajanta Caves, situated about 30 and 100 km respectively from the city. Discover the most ancient art form here and the essence of three religions in these carved caves. In the evening, board flight to Mumbai. Overnight at Mumbai Hotel.

Day 15: Mumbai – Goa

In the morning depart to board the flight to Goa. On arrival check in to your hotel & later go for half day sight seeing tour.

Goa is known as "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise" it is the sole resort state of India. What sets it aside is its tradition of celebrating life, it is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan. The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches, Portuguese Villas, cathedrals, Fort Aguada, spice plantations, lighthouses, waterfalls have made Goa an all-time favourite with travellers around the world. But then, Goa is much more than just stretches of white sands and sea. It has a soul and its unique history, rich culture and salubrious climate gives it an indefinable character.

Day 16: Goa

Full day at the beach. You can go snorkeling and on fishing trips. You can spot dolphins frolicking around your boat. You can learn scuba-diving as well.

Day 17: Goa

Enjoy full day at the beach. You can try all kinds of water sports here including parasailing, bump rides, jet skiing, wind surfing etc.

Day 18: Goa

After breakfast leave for spice plantation tour. This tour is a great way of learning the traditional Goan methods of farming. Take a walk though the plantation with a guide and take in the aroma of the spices. You can go go-karting after this or shopping at shacks and makeshift kiosks for nuts, spices and handicrafts.

Day 19: Goa - Delhi

After breakfast at the hotel board the morning flight to Delhi. Rest of the day at your leisure or for shopping in the high streets of Delhi.

Day 20: Departure from India.

Cost Includes:
  • Accommodation as per itinerary - Double room on twin sharing basis at all destinations.
  • Daily Breakfast at hotel.
  • Assistance on arrival and departure  
  • Fuel charges and drivers’ allowances
  • All Inter destination transfers as per the itinerary by A/c private car.
  • Mobile phone with activated SIM.
  • Service of English speaking guide where ever required
  • Tanga ride at Agra*
  • Jungle safari at Ranthambhore*
  • One dinner at Chauki Dhani Ethnic Resort*
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort – Jaipur*
  • Camel cart ride at Jodhpur*
  • Boat ride at Udaipur
  • Spice plantation tour & elephant’s bath at Goa
  • One bottle of mineral water daily
  • Economy class airfare Udaipur – Mumbai, Mumbai – Aurangabad – Mumbai, Mumbai – Goa, Goa – Delhi
  • Current government, hotel, road, toll and interstate taxes.
  • Service tax and education cess.
Cost does not Include :
  • Any kind of air or rail fare not mentioned above.
  • Fee for still camera and video camera where ever applicable.
  • Items of Personal Nature, Porterage, Tips, Laundry, Mineral Water, Pony Rides, Optional Tours etc.
  • Any Additional Night shall be charged on Pro rata basis.
  • All other items and services not specified above.
  • Any other expenses incurred due to bad weather, road closure etc.
  • Mobile recharge coupon.
Note: We can customize this tour according to your budget and needs.

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