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Great Indian Taj and Tiger Tour (9 NIGHTS / 10 DAYS)
Rs 22,500
9 nights & 10 days

Indian wildlife is diversified mainly due to topographical features. On one hand you find rainforest at the same time you can explore the desert wildlife. India as we know is the land of tiger & one of the few countries where tiger and other rare animals of birds are found. All together there are 350 species of mammals and more than 1200 species of birds in the countries. Towards north you will find tiger, in Sounthern Elephants & Western Lion while in the easternmost you will find the great one horned Rhinocerous. Today most of the Indian’s wildlife finds in the closet of over 200 sanctuaries and parks across the country.

There are cheap to most luxurious accommodation available in these national park and sanctuaries. Adventure Holidays in wildlife among one of the most sought by the traveller here nature meets.

Day 01: New Delhi

Arrival at New Delhi International airport met & assist by Bharat Darshan Executive. Transfer to the Hotel enroute brief about your tour program. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure, or can be used for a short sightseeing to get acquaintance with this ancient city. Overnight at hotel.


Day 02: New Delhi (Half day explore the city)-Jaipur (165 kms/5.5 hrs)

After breakfast brief day for sightseeing tour of Delhi visit to the narrow bustling streets of Chandni Chowk (By Rickshaw), teeming colourful bazaars and the outstanding Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque) of Old Delhi. Later tour Lutyen’s New Delhi, stopping at the Gandhi Memorial Rajghat and passing by the monumental government buildings. Later in the afternoon depart for Jaipur-known as pink city is a Royal city. Arrive Jaipur check into you hotel and time to relax at the comfort of your room. Overnight at hotel.


Day 03: Jaipur

Post breakfast proceed to Amer fort located at distance of 11 kms visit the ancient imposing Amber Fort, perched high above the hills. Constructed by Raja Man Singh in 1592, the austere exterior of the fort gives way to a beautiful fusion of Hindu and Mughal architectural influences. After that return to the city and visit to City Palace, Jantar Mantar (Observatory) and Maharajah’s Palace with a photo opportunity at the unique Palace of the Winds, a five-storey wonder with a pyramidical façade dotted with overhanging windows and latticed screens. Overnight at hotel.


Day 04: Jaipur-Ranthambore (147 kms/3.5 hours)

After breakfast drive to Ranthambore National Park. Upon arrival hotel check in. Rest of the day at leisure. In the evening enjoy a discussion on the famous tigers with a renowned local naturalist. Evening bar be que dinner with local folk music and dance show. Optional evening safari. Overnight at hotel.


Day 05: Ranthambore

In the early morning after having tea/coffee with biscuits proceed for Jungle Safari You may be lucky enough to spot one during the two safaris in open top canters into the park today, as well as leopards, crocodiles and over 300 species of birds. Return to the hotel breakfast and free time to discuss on the day activities. Pm: 2nd shift of safari. Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight at hotel.


Day 06: Ranthanbore-Bharatpur (Keoladeo mational Park)—190 kms/4.5 hours

After breakfast drive to Bharatpur, home to the Keoladeo National park. On arrival, check in at the hotel for an overnight stay. This evening enjoy dinner with a puppet show.


Day 07: Bharatpur-Agra

Visit to Bird sactuary by rickshaw and spend time admiring the flora and fauna spotting birds is one of the favourite acitivities one enjoy. The park is famous for migratory birds due to recent water availaibility there has been remarkable increase in migratory birds. Check out and drive to Agra a short. En route, tour the deserted Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri, built by the Emperor Akbar in 1569 as his new capital but later abandoned, and also the fascinating 16th Century red sandstone Agra Fort.


Day 08: Agra-New Delhi (205 kms/4.5hours)

In the morning’s visit to the Taj Mahal (Friday closed) which is the best time to see this white marble tomb, built by Shah Jahan as a memorial to his beloved wife Mumtaz. The cool marble and clear symmetry are justifiably a masterpiece of the modern world. In the afternoon drive back to New Delhi. Ass you approach to New Delhi you will visit to Akshardham temple. (Monday closed) Recently built is one of the largest temple complex having more then 20,000 statues & is built totally on vastu shastra and Pancharatra Shastra. Continue drive to reach at hotel in Delhi. Overnight at hotel.


Day 10: New Delhi

After breakfast transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

Hotels Envisaged as under: 

New Delhi:Hotel Kyron/Similar

Jaipur; Sarang Palace/Whispering Palms/Similar

Ranthambore: Ranthambore Regency/Similar

Bharatpur: Kadam Kunj/Similar

Agra: Taj Vilas/Similar


Cost Includes:                                                                                                                                                         

  • Accommodation on twin Sharing Basis.
  • Bed Tea, Breakfast
  • Breakfast and Dinner at Ranthambore National Park.
  • Exclusive Non a/c vehicle for transfers & sightseeing. Please brief to guest that vehicle will not be at disposal it will be available to guest as per itinerary only (point to point basis)
  • All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary).
  • Rates are valid for INDIAN NATIONALS only
  • All govt applicable taxes valid as of now.

Cost Excludes:                                                                                                                                                        

  • Air Fare / Train fare.
  • Supplement for X Mas and New Year.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, tips & gratuity, mineral water, soft & hard drinks, rafting, rock climbing, paragliding, joy ride (Toy Train), porterage.
  • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance Fees & Guide charges.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, which is directly payable on the spot).
  • Any increase in taxes or fuel price, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Anything which is not include in the inclusion.





India is known to be a country of wide variety of cuisines and cooking patterns. Each area or region has its own specialty and cuisine. There is a lot to choose from. If you are a food lover, then you are in a paradise. There is a vast variety to choose from like very rich, oily, light, healthy, green, snacks, spicy and so on. The Indian food generally is spicy and we would suggest to always make sure that it is prepared according to your taste before ordering it.


In India it is very easy to find vegetarian food as most of the population is vegetarian. This again is a matter of choice and cannot be generalized. For Hindus beef is a strict no-no and for Muslims pork is a strict no-no. So please make sure that you respect their beliefs and don’t offer them these food items.


One should always avoid the street food as sometimes it is not hygienically prepared or stored and you tend to get stomach or health problems. 


The food in nice restaurants, big hotels and big food joints is safe to eat. But you have to make sure that the spices are according to your taste. Before ordering your food you can have a taste or ask for less spicy food or the food to be prepared with fewer spices. For example the south Indian food is generally spicy as the curry used (Sambhar) is always spicy. So if you want to have south Indian food then you can try food like Idli, Vada Upma etc. with coconut paste as these are generally  without spices and tastes good too. The north Indian dishes (like Dal (lentils), Subzi (vegetables) etc.) can be made as per your taste and is generally not a problem. For specialized cuisines like Chinese, European, Continental, Italian etc. there are specialized restaurants and generally all 5* hotels have a multi cuisine restaurant. For the list of specialized restaurants you can always search internet or ask your travel agent. The usual sweet dishes found in India are Rasgulla (a sweet cheese ball), Burfi, Jalebi etc. If you want you can try them as they taste really good and different but again the safest option is an ice cream.



India is famous for the vast variety of tea. There are many flavors to choose from like Mint, Tulsi, Ginger, Jasmine, Rose, Lemon, Peach and the list is endless. The readymade Indian tea is called Chai and comes with milk & tea, all in one, properly boiled and the sugar can be added to the taste. This Chai is easily available at street corner shops, restaurants, hotels and everywhere. The flavored tea is generally available in good restaurants and hotels.


With water you have to be very careful. Make sure that you drink only the bottled water when on the move and you open the bottle seal yourself. In good hotels there is a water purifier system installed and you can drink the distilled/ purified water from there if you want, as it is generally safe. But we advice that prevention is better than cure hence have the bottled water only. Most of the diseases are water borne. There are famous brands which are trusted and found all over India like Bisleri, Kinley and Catch

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