Day 01: Delhi-Agra (240 KM/ 4.1/2 hrs)
Upon arrival welcome to the guests and proceed to Agra by surface, On arrival in Agra visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World – The Taj Mahal. We seek out several views of the exterior, and then tour the inner chambers, After lunch at local Restaurant. This afternoon, contrast the ethereal Taj with the imposing Agra Fort, an immense fortified palace that was a seat of Mughal power. Some of its battlements are more than 60 feet tall. Next visit to Marble factory and see the demonstration on Marble inlay work. Later check-in at hotel, Dinner & overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02: Agra-Delhi (240 KM/ 4.1/2 hrs)-Departure
After breakfast, proceed to Delhi by surface, on arrival in Delhi Luch at Restaurant. After lunch sightseeing of Delhi, visit to India Gate, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Lotus Temple etc. Later in the evening transfer the guests to International airport to board the flight for onward journey and tour terminates.
End of the Tour
- 01 Night Accommodation as Per Above Tour Package.
- Air Condition Car With English Speaking Chauffer For All Transfers And Sight Seeing as Per Tour Package.
- English Speaking Guide in Agra During Sight Seeing.
- 01 Horse Carriage Ride Near Taj Mahal, Agra
- Breakfast in Hotel
- Toll Taxes, Parking, Driver Allowance. Fuel, Interstate Taxes
- Entrance Fee of Monuments.
- Lunch And Dinner
- Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry, telephone calls, insurances, camera fees, excess baggage, emergency , medical cost, tips to drivers, guides and hotel staff.
- Any services not mentioned above.
- Any increase in cost beyond our control such as fuel and airfare increase, government levies and taxes etc.
Agra's Entrance Fee of Monuments :
Taj Mahal : Rs 750 Per Person
Agra Fort : Rs 250 Per Person
Itmad – Ud – Daulah (Baby Taj): Rs 110 Per Person
Fatehpur Sikri : Rs 260 Per Person
Sikandra : Rs 110 Per Person
Fatehpur Sikri , 38 km south-west of Agra, was built by the side of an artificial lake about 3 km long and 1.6 km wide. Still perfectly preserved, this complex of palaces, mosques, gardens and pavilions is a rich legacy of the Mughal era. You can stroll through the Emperor's bedroom, climb to the top of the Panch Mahal, the five tiered palace and look down on the Pachisi courtyard. Then move to the Anup Talau, the sandstone platform on a pond, where Mian Tansen once sang. And no trip is complete without a visit to Salim Chisti's Dargah, where you can tie a thread on the latticework of its walls and make a quiet wish. Same Day Jaipur Tour
Fatehpur Sikri, was one of the capital cities of Akbar after the childless Mughal was blessed with a son with the blessing of the Sufi Saint, Sheikh Salim Chisti, who lived here.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary , Situated 60 km from Agra. During the season, cormorant, darter, spoonbill, egret, stork and black ibis are found in large numbers. In winters, migrant birds from as far as Siberia and Northern Europe collected here. Dabchicks, pheasant tailed jacanas, moorhens and coots find their natural surroundings here.
Mathura , Situated 55 km from Agra and 10 km south of Bridavan on the west bank of the Yamuna, is believed to be the birthplace Lord Krishna, who is said to have been born in a prison here. Mathura is one of the oldest cities in India, much older than even Agra. Its history can be traced back prior to the days of the Maurya dynasty, which ruled from 325 BC to 184 BC.
Sur Sarovar , Also known as Keetham lake, is linked by motorable road. The lakeside is ideal for picnics/outings. A large variety of fish and waterbirds add to the lake's charms. Named after Surdas who is said to have resided here, the lake is 30 minutes away by road.