Golden Triangle with Jodhpur Udaipur Tour

  • 9 Nights - 10 Days
  • Delhi - Agra - (Abhaneri) - Jaipur - (Pushkar) - Jodhpur - (Ranakpur) - Udaipur
  • Discover the cultural and historical gems of India with 10 Days guided Golden Triangle with Jodhpur Udaipur Tour. Experience the bustling city of Delhi, the iconic Taj Mahal in Agra, the colorful city of Jaipur, the grand palaces of Jodhpur, and the serene lakes of Udaipur. This tour offers a range of activities, from visiting historical monuments to indulging in local cuisine and interacting with locals. Choose from a range of accommodation options and travel in comfort with a private air-conditioned vehicle.

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Day 1 Arrival in New Delhi

On arrival at New Delhi airport, you will be welcomed & received by our representative. Since most of the international flights reach Delhi during mid-night, therefore you will be directly transferred to the hotel for overnight stay. By the time the check in process is completed, you will be handed over the “Welcome Folder” containing itinerary, hotel vouchers & invoice. Also, the representative will brief you about the tour program.

Day 2 Explore Old Delhi & New Delhi

Having enjoyed scrumptious breakfast in the hotel, proceed to explore the major and characteristic highlights of Delhi, old as well as new. New Delhi, the capital city of India, is symbol of power of Indian Republic. One of the important metropolitan cities in India, Delhi is an exotic amalgam of modern and ancient cultures. It has recorded history of more than 5000 years. Rich heritage, medieval – era locality, buzzing bazaars and monuments belonging to British colonial regime make Delhi a tourism hotspot. The sightseeing tour of Delhi will include visit to Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Red Fort (closed on Monday), Jama Mosque, Chandani Chowk, India Gate, President House (Rashtrapati Bhawan), Parliament House, Akshardham Temple (closed on Monday) and Qutub Minar. During the course of sightseeing, you will be taken on manually-pulled rickshaw to explore 400 years old Chandani Chowk market, the cluster of centuries old shops. The market is marked by narrow alleys in sharp contrast to the open, spacious streets of Delhi

Overnight stay is scheduled in New Delhi hotel.

Day 3 Delhi – Agra – Agra sightseeing

After breakfast, depart for Agra, the city immortalized for being the seat of the Taj Mahal. It takes about four hours to reach Agra by car journey from Delhi. As soon as you reach Agra, you will be transferred directly to the hotel to check in and relax.

Known in ancient times as ‘Agravan’, Agra was capital of Mughal rulers during medieval times. Naturally, several architectural structures like fort, palace, mosques, tombs, gardens etc were built up. Now, these structures contribute to rich cultural and civilization heritage of Agra. Taj Mahal, Fort, Baby Taj, Fatehpur Sikri, Mehtab Bagh etc are some of the famous historical monuments of Agra.

After relaxing a bit, proceed on the guided tour of Agra that encompasses visit to Agra Fort and Baby Taj (tomb of It Mad ud Daulah). Late afternoon, you will be taken to Mehtab Bagh, a Mughal Garden across River Yamuna, which offers amazing view of Taj Mahal during sunset.

Overnight stay is scheduled in Agra hotel.

Day 4 Taj Mahal visit – Fatehpur Sikri – Abhaneri - Jaipur

Early in the morning, during dawn hours, you will be taken to the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The guided exploration of the Taj Mahal, an epitome of love, will be a lifetime experience. It was constructed by Shah Jahan, a Mughal king, in 1630 AD for his queen Mumtaj Mahal to enshrine her mortal remains. The Taj Mahal, built of white Makrana marble, is the most popular monument among the foreign tourists visiting India.

After visiting Taj Mahal, return to hotel to refresh, relax and have breakfast. Hereinafter, depart for Jaipur. On the way to the Pink City, have a stop-over at Fatehpur Sikri, famous for a gigantic Mughal time structure. The compound has several magnificent buildings like Buland Darwaja, Jodhabai & Panch Mahal, Salim Chishti Shrine, mosque etc. It takes about two hours to explore the site.

Having seen Fatehpur Sikri, proceed for Jaipur. En route, a detour will lead you to Abhaneri, a village of immense historical significance. In early 8th century, this village used to be the capital of Pratihar kings and was known as Abha Nagari. Lying 77 km from Jaipur in Dausa district of Rajasthan, Abhaneri is home to 8th century Chand Baori and Harshat Mata Temple. This short stop-over will give you an exposure of rural lifestyle in India, particularly Rajasthan.

Again, continue your drive towards Jaipur, the picturesque city of Rajasthan. The ancient Jaipur is mostly painted in pink, the colour associated with hospitality in Rajput culture. The royal family and erstwhile nobility still reside in Jaipur in their ancestral palaces and mansions. One can easily feel the ancient Indian ethos of Atithi Devo Bhav. Treating guests as gods has been a tradition from time immemorial in Rajasthan. Jaipur for the tourists has timeless appeal for its historical monuments, beautifully laid-out gardens, enchanting temples, colorful bazaars to shop for Rajasthani handlooms, durries, carpets, jewelry, handicraft articles, gems, spices etc; heritage hotels, once the residence of Maharajas and his feudal lords et al. Observing the ambling camels and cheerful people in multi-hued costumes make your trip to the pink city a memorable one.

On arrival at Jaipur, you will be transferred to the hotel to check in, spend evening in leisure and have overnight stay therein.

Day 5 Jaipur sightseeing

After enjoying scrumptious breakfast, proceed on full day guided sightseeing tour of Jaipur that includes visit to Amber Fort, Panna Meena Ka Kund, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar (solar observatory), Hawa Mahal (palace of winds) and Govind Dev Ji Temple.

Amber used to be the capital of the kingdom of the Kachhwaha Rajput of Jaipur. It is a historical place and known for Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jagat Shiromani Temple, Sun Temple etc. Amber Fort, built of red sandstone and white marble, is not only gigantic but also extremely attractive. The fort is home to several beautiful buildings. Reflection of the fort in Lake Maota, located in the foreground, is an enchanting sight to behold. Having Maharaja-like elephant ride from foothill to hilltop where the main gateway of Amber Fort is located is a lifetime experience.

After visiting Amber Fort, drive back to the city. On the way, visit Panna Meena Ka Kund & Jal Mahal. Panna Meena Ka Kund is a man made water storage body surrounded by unique pattern of stairs / steps. Jal Mahal, a palace located amidst the Man Sagar Lake, was the summer resort of the Jaipur kings.

Post lunch, visit City Palace, Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar. City Palace was former royal residence. It has been constructed by employing architectural tenets of Rajput and Mughal styles. Situated just outside the city, Amber Fort offers a grand view of the city down below. Jantar Mantar is a stone-built solar observatory. It’s the largest and best preserved observatory among the five observatories built by Sawai Raja Jai Singh in different parts of India- Jaipur, Delhi, Varanasi, Ujjain & Mathura. The next stop is iconic Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds. Built of red sandstone, this façade was built for the royal ladies to watch the royal processions without being seen themselves.

Overnight stay is scheduled in Jaipur hotel.

Day 6 Jaipur – Pushkar - Jodhpur

After breakfast, depart for Jodhpur, the Blue City of Rajasthan. Half way to Jodhpur is located one of the highly significant pilgrimage site of the Hindus – Pushkar. After three hours of drive, stop at Pushkar to visit Lord Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake, Sriranga Ji Temple & Varaha Temple. Post lunch, continue your drive towards Jodhpur.

Jodhpur, set at the edge of the Thar Desert, is the most prominent city of the Marwar region of Rajasthan. The imperial city of Jodhpur was founded by Rao Jodha in 1459 AD. Rao Jodha belonged to Rathore clan of the Rajputs. The Rathores are considered to be the descendants of Lord Ram of Ramayana. Jodhpur is world over famous for gargantuan fort, graceful palaces, beautiful temples, vibrant market, exquisite handicrafts, historic grandeur, folk dances & music etc. It’s pleasing to the eyes to behold brightly dressed people of the region. Women are a sight to watch. Even their everyday clothes are colourful, and they wear loads of intricately-made jewelry. During the early summer Gangaur festival their costumes are simply bewitching, and as they walk in groups and sing, the bells on their silver anklets tinkle as though to keep time with the singing. The streets of the city are flanked by numerous stalls on both the sides of road. Another interesting fact to be noted is the world-famous ‘Jodhpuris’— trousers and riding breeches in one — which have immortalized in equestrian circles the name of this already illustrious city.

On arrival at Jodhpur, you will be transferred to the hotel to check in, spend evening in leisure and have overnight stay therein.

Day 7 Jodhpur sightseeing

Having relished scrumptious breakfast in the hotel, proceed on to explore the heritage and culture of Jodhpur. The prime tourist attraction of Jodhpur is the majestic Mehrangarh Fort. The massive fort is built on atop of a rocky hillock. It must have been well-nigh impregnable in days gone by. It still remains a most imposing landmark and commands a panorama of the surrounding country for miles round. Its walls enclose a variety of buildings: palaces, barracks, temples and what not. Here are to be seen today a miscellany of weapons of all ages. The Victory Gate, leading up from the city to the fort, was erected by Maharaja Ajit Singh to commemorate his military successes over the Mughals at the beginning of the 18th century. Other gateways stand in honour of other victories — but this time of internecine warfare between the various Rajput princes themselves. On the walls of the final gate of entry are the palm marks of some widows who, ages ago, immolated themselves upon the pyres of their departed husbands. Delicately latticed windows and pierced screens worked in sandstone form the dominant motif within the rugged casket of the fort of Jodhpur. The palaces are exquisitely decorated. All this is concentrated in that relatively small area comprised within the medieval citadel. The city below has many more fine old buildings and temples.

Post lunch, visit Jaswant Thada & Ummed Bhawan Palace or Mandore. Jaswant Thada is called as ‘ Taj Mahal of Rajasthan’. Part of the Ummed Bhawan Palace is residence of the royal family of Jodhpur, another segment is a museum and another section of it is converted into a luxury heritage hotel, run by IHCL. Some five miles to the north lies Mandor, the ancient capital of the State of Marwar. The cenotaphs of the former rulers are imposing and some architecturally remarkable.

After full day sightseeing of historical monuments, explore local market. Overnight stay is scheduled in Jodhpur hotel.

Day 8 Jodhpur – Ranakpur - Udaipur

After breakfast in the hotel, drive towards Udaipur. On the way, stop at Ranakpur which is merely 95 km away from Udaipur. Ranakpur is a pilgrimage site for the believers in Jainism. Ranakpur is home to a beautiful Jain temple. Its twenty-nine halls are supported by over two hundred pillars, none of which are alike. The shrine is dedicated to Adinath and dates from the beginning of the 15th century. Subsidiary shrines, in the shape of side-altars, throng round in all directions. A wall, some 200 feet high, encircles the entire structure. Its inner face contains a quantity of elaborately sculptured cells, each one adorned with a graceful spire. Embedded in this galaxy of spires rises the complication of the central shrine. It entails twenty ‘shikharas’ — varying in height and size — which constitute the complex roofing of a pillared hall. Intricate carvings, friezes, and sculptured figures in close formation adorn the ceilings of these structures.

After visiting Ranakpur Temple, have lunch in a nice restaurant in the vicinity and depart for Udaipur. Perhaps the most romantic city in all India, Udaipur has been called: “City of Dreams”, “Venice of the East” and “City of Sunrise”. The rulers of Udaipur are called the Maharana. His island palaces sparkle in posts and pinnacles of colored glass, of amber and pale jade. The steel-blue waters of the lake — the artificial creation of 14th century fantasy — reflect the white phantom palace floating on its breast. With a background of wooded hills dipping down to the water’s edge it rises in the middle of its magic moat — ethereal, unreal. Udaipur, originally the capital of the State of Mewar, takes its name from Maharana Udai Singh, who founded the city in the middle of the 16th century. This reigning clan claims descent from Shri Ram, the hero of the epic Ramayana. More than all other Rajput princes, they offered a stubborn resistance to the Islamic rulers of Delhi. Long is the list of local heroes who have made the word Rajput a synonym for valour.

On arrival at Udaipur, you will be transferred to the hotel to check in, spend evening in leisure and have overnight stay therein.

Day 9 Udaipur sightseeing

Enjoy breakfast leisurely in the hotel and move on to explore the multitude facets of Udaipur. You will be accompanied by a friendly and knowledgeable guide. The full day sightseeing tour of Udaipur will comprise a visit to the City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Lake Pichola, Lake Palace (from distance), Jag Mandir (from distance), Bagore ki Haveli and local market. The City Palace stands on the crest of a ridge overlooking the lake. It is an imposing pile, the largest palace in Rajasthan. Built at various periods, it still preserves a harmony of design, enhanced by massive octagonal towers surmounted by cupolas. Almost in the middle of the Lake Pichola, Jag Niwas (now Lake Palace hotel) consists of apartments, courts, fountains and gardens. On another island at the southern end, Jag Mandir Palace dates from the beginning of the 17th century and was added to and embellished during the next fifty years. Three storeys high, of yellow sandstone with an inside lining of marble, it is crowned by an imposing dome. Its interior is decorated with arabesques of coloured stones. Sahelion-ki-Bari Park (the ‘‘Garden of the Maids”) is a good example of Hindu art of landscape gardening on a princely scale. It was laid out, as one might say— out of nothing. Ornamental pools, with finely sculptured cenotaphs of soft black stone, surrounded by a profusion of fountains constitute the main decor. Bagore ki Haveli, located on the Gangotri Ghat of Lake Pichola, is a prime tourist attraction in Udaipur and is famous not only for architecture, design & museum but also for puppet show and cultural shows. Also, enjoy a boat ride in Lake Pichola.

After full day sightseeing of historical monuments, explore local market. Overnight stay is scheduled in Udaipur hotel.

Day 10 Udaipur - Departure

After breakfast, you will be in-time transferred to Maharana Pratap Airport to board flight for your onward destination……

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