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SIC Wonders of India

New Delhi, Agra, Bharatpur and Jaipur

SIC Wonders of India

$5000 per person
7 Days / 6 Nights
12+ Age

This amazing tour offers guests the opportunity to experience the treasures of India on a carefully designed itinerary. Visit the highlights of Northern India, travel from Delhi, the bustling National Capital to Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, and explore Bharatpur where you may have the chance to spot migratory water birds. Continue on to Jaipur, the imperial pink city before returning to Delhi where the tour ends.

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ITC WelcomHotel Dwarka New Delhi 2 nights B&B
Radisson Hotel Agra Agra 1 night B&B
Laxmi Villas Palace Bharatpur 1 night B&B
Indana Palace Jaipur Jaipur 2 nights B&B

Plan

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  • Departure/Return Location
    DELHI
  • Included
    Accommodation
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  • Not Included
    Flights

Tour Plan

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DAY 1 : NEW DELHI
The capital of India is a bustling metropolis that successfully combines the ancient and the modern in its folds. Delhi can broadly be divided into two parts, Old Delhi and New Delhi. Old Delhi was the capital of Delhi’s Muslim rulers notably the Mughals between 17th & 19th centuries. New Delhi on the other hand is referred to as the Imperial city when the British decided to move their capital from Calcutta in 1911. On arrival, you will be met transferred to the hotel for a non-alcoholic welcome drink. Overnight in Delhi
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DAY 2 : NEW DELHI
Post breakfast start your day with a visit to Old Delhi. Begin at Jama Masjid, India's largest mosque. Revel in an exhilarating rickshaw ride through the by-lanes of Chandni Chowk (Silver Street). Walk through the old dusty alleyways and other interesting sights! Drive past the mighty and sprawling Red Fort, which was built in 1648 and stands along the river Yamuna. Continue to New Delhi to see the colonial architecture that defined the British era in India. Later visit a famous Sikh Temple, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. Sikhism is a progressive religion (and in many respects, ahead of its time). At Bangla Sahib, you will see how this religion blends practices from Hinduism and Islam into something new. You can watch (and join if you like) the langar, the voluntary group cooking and feeding program at the Gurudwara. We’ll travel to Qutab Minar complex - the tallest tower in the world for centuries, erected by first Islamic rulers of India and still the most imposing, artistically carved and engraved sandstone pillar anywhere! Overnight in Delhi
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DAY 3 : AGRA
This morning drive to Agra, the yesteryear capital of the mighty Mughal Empire and currently home to some of the world’s top tourist sites. Even if the idea of visiting what is arguably the world’s greatest 'monument to love' doesn’t appeal; there's more to see in Agra. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel.  At leisure or take a below optional tour. Overnight in Agra Optional: Visit to Agra Fort : Known as the Red Fort of Agra, this walled imperial city was founded in 1565 by Emperor Akbar (1556 1605) and is a well-deserving UNESCO World Heritage site, located just 2.5 kilometers from the famous Taj Mahal. Its palaces, grand mosques, and elaborate public hall are crafted from pink-red sandstone and are a testament to an era when Indo-Muslim art, strongly marked by influences from Persia, was at its height. Emperor Shah Jahan, who built the Taj Mahal for his deceased wife, was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb in Agra Fort. He is said to have died in the Musamman Burj, a marble tower he himself built, with one of the most alluring views of the Taj Mahal.
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DAY 4 : BHARATPUR
Early Morning visit the Taj Mahal at sunset, one of mankind's greatest architectural feats. Built out of white marble by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal, it was erected by 20,000 laborers’ over a 12-year period. The entire monument is a masterpiece of symmetry. After a leisurely breakfast depart for Bharatpur – a birder’s paradise, en-route visit Fatehpur Sikri an eerily abandoned capital from the Mughal Empire between 1570 and 1586. Akbar built this city to celebrate the birth of his son and future heir to the throne, Emperor Jahangir. While Akbar is believed to have been illiterate, he took great interest in the arts and architecture; Fatehpur Sikri is one of his masterworks. Sadly, it served as capital for little more than a decade, eventually abandoned for lack of accessible water.  Afterwards continue to Bharatpur. Upon arrival check in to your hotel. Overnight in Bharatpur Optional: Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary Tour By Bicycle/Paddle Rickshaws : Enjoy an escorted visit to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary by bicycle/ paddle rickshaws. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is one of the finest bird parks in the world; Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (Keoladeo Ghana National Park) is a reserve that offers protection to faunal species as well. Nesting indigenous water- birds as well as migratory water birds and waterside birds, this sanctuary is also inhabited by Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and Boar.
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DAY 5 : JAIPUR
This morning post breakfast drive to Jaipur "The City of Victory" was first intended to be "Sawai Jaipur" after the boy Prince who commissioned it - Maharaja Jai Singh II - a warrior, astronomer and politician who reigned over the Mughals from 1699 to 1743. Today's Jaipur is pink, visually described as the city shaded with the autumn colors of a sunset. . Enjoy an orientation tour of the city. Begin with a photo-stop at the Hawa Mahal often called the Palace of Winds and is a striking landmark. Built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh specifically for the women in the royal family, this building allowed them to watch the city’s processions through tiny, latticed windows and balconies without ever being seen. Next visit the Jantar Mantar Observatory, a UNESCO World heritage site. It’s a stone astrological and astronomical Observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh in the 18th century. Continue on to the City Palace Museum, home to a priceless collection of antiques, costumes and armory of the Mughals and Rajputs. It also has an art gallery that displays a collection of miniature paintings, carpets, royal paraphernalia and rare astronomical works in Arabic, Persian, Latin and Sanskrit. Later, go on a bespoke shopping tour of Jaipur’s diverse workshops, boutiques and markets. Jaipur's shops are known for, among other things, silks, fabrics, gems, Alwari suits (unisex outfits comprised of baggy pants that taper at the ankles and loose-fitting tops), and many more.. Hunt for treasures offering an extravagance of riches! Overnight in Jaipur
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DAY 6 : JAIPUR
Post breakfast visit Amber Fort. Located approximately 11km outside Jaipur, this majestic monument was created using elements of both Hindu and Islamic architecture and design. Murals, frescos and paintings depict daily life of a bygone era on walls also etched with carvings and decorated with mosaics and mirror work. Rest of the at leisure or choose to join the below optional tour. Overnight in Jaipur Optional : Hot air ballooning at sunrise in Jaipur : Lasting for approximately one hour, a hot air balloon ride is one of the most exciting activities to indulge in Jaipur. Fly over the mighty forts and palaces and enjoy a bird’s eye view of Jaipur as you take this ride. Jal Mahal, Amber Fort, Shiv Vilas and Delhi-Jaipur Road are some places from where you can take this flight. This tour is subject to availability. Tour is arranged in the morning at around 5:45 AM - 6:45 AM Jaipur by Cycle - Pedal to Heritage : This specially designed morning cycle tour of Old and New Jaipur aims at providing a ‘green way’ of exploring the waking up of the Pink City. We start early to avoid traffic at the iconic Statue Circle with a safety briefing and time to gear up for the ride. The tour heads northwards to M.I Road where we begin by tasting a famous Lassi (churned yogurt shake) to build our energy up for the tour. Afterwards we’ll enter the walled city cycling past its mansions; we will see the city waking up and the temple services starting. We will stop at the market to climb up to its roof for a bird’s eye view of the city afterwards we will ride along through twisting lanes to visit the chief deity of the city ‘Govind Dev Ji’ and attend a morning Aarti ceremony. The next stop will be the morning vegetable market before heading south to Albert Hall, which currently is a government museum. On the way we’ll make pit-stops to taste local snacks. Experience with the Elephants : Visitors are taken on a journey to the world of elephants and are guided through an unforgettable experience with these magnificent creatures. Visitors can touch, feed, paint, wash, cook and get to know these animals. This tour offers visitors the incredible opportunity to walk hand-in-trunk with elephants. Enter the world of an elephant with an Elephant Back Ride. Bare-back Elephant Back Riding enables us as humans to feel the power and bulk of an elephant in contrast with the quietness, delicateness, and grace of these mammoth creatures’ movement as they walk/glide across the ground. Understand the height at which an elephant stands and experience their environment from an elephant’s perspective.
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DAY 7 : END OF ITINERARY
Early Morning before breakfast; join our optional tour of Hot air ballooning over Jaipur at sunrise. Travel back overland to Delhi to Indira Gandhi International Airport to check in for your flight home
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