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Great North India Tours 13 nights (13 NIGHTS / 14 DAYS)
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In this itinerary we takes you through some of the most ancient lanes, the lanes of Varanasi, The Lands of Kings and Tiger, the best preserved heritage towns and villages, The contrast between the most ancient and contemporary India, the most glorious and vibrant Indian heritage located in this circuit. The difference in culture depends upon the physical, climatic conditions and the extent of exposure. There is an underlying basic factor common to the whole of India, with variations in the practices based on their local needs and influences. The greatness and the difference is visible in all aspects - music, dance, painting, sculptures, and architecture.

Day 01: New Delhi

Upon arrival at New Delhi airport/Railway station one will be welcome by our representative. Transfer to the hotel. Later after wash n change you will be proceeding for sightseeing of Akshardham Temple. The complex displays millennia of traditional Hindu and Indian culture, spirituality, and architecture and World’s largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple. Also do not miss the evening cultural boat ride where you sail through the 10000 years of India’s glorious heritage. Later return to the hotel and overnight at hotel.

 

Day 02: New Delhi-Jaipur (260 kms)

After breakfast drive to Jaipur upon arrival hotel check in. Later in the evening you will be transferred to Chokhidhani-An Ethnic Village resort to witness the many cultural traditional program along with Rajasthani traditional dinner. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

 

Day 03: Jaipur

After breakfast proceed for full day sightseeing your sightseeing begins with Amer Fort/Amber Fort which is located 12 kms outside Jaipur. The best of Rajput architecture and was the ancient capital of Kaisshawah rulers. Enjoy the elephant ride on brightly caparisoned elephant. Visit the multiple chambers and hallways of the palace which are famous for their design and decorations. In the afternoon, proceed for a city tour visiting the unique stone observatory Jantar Mantar built between 1727 to 1734, the opulent City Palace with its musuems, and driving past the Hawa Mahal. Overnight in Jaipur.

 

Day 04: Jaipur-Jodhpur (332 kms)
After breakfast drive to Jodhpur. Upon arrival hotel check in. Later free time to explore the bazaar of Jodhpur. Overnight at hotel.

 

Day 05: Jodhpur

Post breakfast proceed for sightseeing of Mehrangarh Fort- Rises above the city is one of the largest fort in India a well preserved Heritage structures and there are numerous attractions inside this to explore one of the most important is Museum. The Fort also presents a beautiful sights of Blue City. Later explore the Ummed Bhawan Palace and Museum a part of which is now royal heritage hotels and part Museums is considered to be the most magnificent palace built in 1944 a part of which is still occupied by royal family of Jodhpur also not to miss is Jaswant Thada which is intricately crafted cenotaph was built in 1899 in the honour of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The monuments features white marble lattice screens and WHIMSICAL domes. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 06: Jodhpur-Udaipur (265 kms)

After breakfast drive to Udaipur en route covering Ranakpur Temple complex. Known for its superb intricate carvings and marvelous architecture and is one of the most important jain pilgrimage centre. Continue your journey to Udaipur and reach late afternoon in the hotel. Check in and you have free time to explore the markets or the lakes of the city. The Udaipur is also known as the city of lakes or Venice of the east. Stay at one of the resort located near to the lakes with the breathtaking views of the lakes.

 

Day 07: Uidapur-Chittorgarh (120 kms)

After breakfast leave for Chittorgarh- Chittorgarh’s history epitomizes Rajput romanticism, chivalry and tragedy, and it holds a special place in the hearts of many Rajputs. The Chittorgarh Fort is one of the most prominent and important fort of Rajasthan. After check in you will explore the fort and Rani Padmawati Palace. Overnight at hotel.

Day 08: Chittorgarh-Ranthambore (278 kms)

After an early breakfast drive to Ranthambore National Park. Upon arrival and quick lunch proceed for afternoon jungle safari either by Jeep or open canter. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

 

Day 09: Ranthambore-Agra (235 kms)-En route covering Fatehpur Sikri

Early morning jungle safari. Return to the hotel breakfast check out and drive to Agra. En route you will explore the most beautiful UNESCO Heritage site of Fatehpur Sikri. Well preserved was the city envisaged by Mughal Emperor Akbar which was later abandoned due to shortage of water see the many palaces of Queen, the Meeting Hall, Open air Theater and massive gate called Buland Darwaza. Continue your drive and reach Agra the city of Taj Mahal-one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Check in and overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 10: Agra-Varanasi (By Overnight Train)

After breakfast you will proceed for sightseeing of Taj Mahal- the epitome of love built by Mughal Emperor Shan Jahan in the memory of his third wife Mumtab Begum which is one of the most admired masterpiece ever built on this planet. Later continue your sightseeing and explore the Agra Fort a walled city thought to be renovated and given the present day appearance by Mughals it was a brick fort known as Badal Garh held by Raja Badal Singh a Hindu King in about c 1475 later was renovated and built by many kings like Ibrahim Lodi, Babur, Sher Shan Suri, The Hindu King Hem Chandra Vikramaditya and later seized by Mughals. Later in the evening you will be transferred to the railway station to board the overnight train to Varanasi or Mughal Sarai. Overnight train.

 

 

Day 11: Varanasi

Upon arrival you will be meet and greet at the railways station and transferred to Varanasi Hotel. After freshen up proceed for sightseeing of Varanasi know to be one the most ancient cities on this planet located at the bank of River Ganges is the town of mysterious sadhus and believers. Explore the temples, The Ghats and Banaras Hindu University. Later in the evening you will be taken to Dasaswamedh Ghat for evening live Ganag Aarti where a group of Hindu priest daily performs the prayers to Agni (Fire God) and Shiva, River Ganges, Surya and Agni. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 12: Varanasi-Satna (Train leaving at around 15:00 hrs)-Khajuraho (116 kms)

Get up in the early morning and proceed for early sunrise tour of Ganges by boat and witness the many rituals being performed enables you to witness the life of people that has been carried on for thousands of years. Watch the Hindus from all over India come and take this holy dip in the Ganges, offer prayers to the Gods. All this is from the boat that moves slowly from one Ghat to the other. Later return to the hotel breakfast check out and will be transferred to Mughalsarai Rly station to board the afternoon train to Satna Jn after visiting Sarnath- a place where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon to his disciples here. One of the main attraction is Dhamek Stupa and Museums. Transfer to the railway station. Board the train arrival Satna in the late afternoon. Upon arrival meet and greet at the airport and transfer to Khajuraho which is 116kms. Upon arrival hotel check in and overnight at hotel.

 

Day 13: Khajuraho-New Delhi (by Overnight train)

After breakfast full day sightseeing of Khajuraho visiting western and eastern group of temples. Later in the evening transfer to Khajuraho Railway station to board the overnight train to New Delhi. Overnight train.

 

Day 14: New Delhi

Upon arrival at New Delhi (H Nizamuddin Rly station) meet by our representative and will be transfer to the hotel. On time you will be transferred to the airport or railway station to board the flight or train. We will offer you room for wash n change for day use only. 

As per demand or budget.

IMPORTANT TRIP ADVISORY:

Travel Tips:

 

·         Get firsthand knowledge about the state through a little bit of online research. It will give you an idea about the major tourist attractions as well as the traditions of the state.

·         It would be advisable not to venture out late in the night if you are not accompanied by a local resident or a professional guide.

·         Do not carry excessive cash while touring the city. It would be better to carry a credit card or an ATM card if you want to shop in the state.

·         Women should avoid wearing revealing clothes as Rajasthan is a traditional region. In general, both men and women should wear light pastel shades.

·         Avoid consuming any eatables given by strangers.

·         Do not forget to carry sun blocks lotions, hats/caps, and goggles as it can get extremely hot in Rajasthan.

·         Consume plenty of food solid food and fruit items as it is important to stay hydrated during hot summer months.

·         Beware of frauds and conmen posing as guides.

·         Footwear is not allowed inside the temples. Make sure to leave them outside but only at places where separate arrangements are made for their safekeeping.

·         Do not stay outside too long after dark, especially if you’re a woman traveling alone.

Health Tips for Travelers

·         People who are likely to get heat stroke quickly should be cautious as Rajasthan is a hot and dry region. Hence, it is advisable to use hats or head scarves to make one’s trip free from headaches.

·         Do not eat out at road side joints if you are not sure about the hygiene factor.

·         Do not drink normal tap water. Always consume boiled or mineral water and keep on constantly drinking liquids to avoid dehydration.

·         Avoid having non-vegetarian food from small restaurants as one is not sure about the quality of mutton, chicken, or any other meat served here.

·         Most importantly, always keep a first-aid box handy when you are on the move.

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