A land of the Panchatantra, India fashioned with a plentiful flora and fauna draws out its specialty to the world with the greatest population of the largest and most majestic of cat species viz. The Royal Bengal Tiger. Apart from the Royal Cat the country is inhabited by exotic species of Leopards, Macaques, Caracals, Sloth Bears, Black Bucks, Indian Wild Boar, Common Palm Civets to name a few. The anime stories of Jungle Boy Mowgli with his other animal buddies give a sneak peak in the aesthetic sprawling expanse of green of this mainland taking one close to the far left beauty of nature. The wildlife in Rajasthan is diverse within itself but unified under exclusively built home grounds that provide a natural habitat to these beauteous beings and an exhilarating experience for tourists all over the world.
A pick up with our representative to check you in your hotel for an overnight stay.
Start the day in the capital city after a buffet breakfast with a visit to the tranquil shrine of Bahai worship at the Lotus Temple. Faceted in the shape of a white lotus the beautiful establishment brings your mind all the quiet and peace. Drive to visit the Humayun’s Tomb which is the burial ground of the Mughal emperor Humayun. Visit the Purana Qila which is a beautiful citadel constructed a few kilometers away to enjoy the sultry sandy ruins of this building. Be driven to the famous market of Delhi Haat for a cultural mix of the country’s specialties in a single inclusion. Taste the different cuisines here to tickle your taste buds. Visit the famous Red Fort built by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan in an attempt to fortify the city and declare it as his territory. Stroll through the museums within, for a clear picture of the battles and conquests of The Great Mughals. Next in line is the Jama Masjid which translates to the main mosque of the town is also called the The Masjid-i Jahn-Num which is the largest mosque in the country and constructed on a 10 m elevated ground. A fine specimen of Mughal Architecture this place holds a perfect sight of red and white sandstone formed in a central cupola supported by piers on either sides. Enjoy a setting sun on this hallowed building and drive to be entertained completely at the Kingdom of Dreams. Set in sparkling lights this place has live musicals of exotic India including narratives of kings and queens to hermits and magic like mythology. Be driven back to your hotel to rest for the night.
Ready yourself to drive around the Parliament’s House followed by the burial ground of Mahatma Gandhi at Raj Ghat. Visit the India Gate and see the ever lit beautiful cenotaph of Amar Jawan Jyoti. Road trip to the city of Agra built on the banks of the river Yamuna passing the streets of Sikandra sighting the famous Akbar’s tomb. Reach Agra to check into your hotel and proceed to visit the Taj Mahal after lunch. Enjoy a tranquil sunset under this romantic memorial of Mughal empress Mumtaz Mahal built by emperor Shahjahan as an expression of his undying love for her. Explore the markets of the city and break away to dine and rest at your hotel.
Drive to the famous Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in the morning after checking out of the hotel. Settle in your resort for a delicious luncheon and visit the sanctuary in the evening to locate exotic species flying around in the coolness of the ending day. Home to more than 230 species of birds this place has some of the most endangered species like the Siberian Crane alighting primarily during the winter season. Stay the night in your hotel.
Rise early to discover some morning birds in the rising sun at this sanctuary. Ready yourself to drive to Abhaneri to see yet another magnificent monument called the Chand Baori. Check in your hotel and visit this world heritage site after a sumptuous lunch. Constituting a square shaped well at bottom of more than 3500 steps to descend, divided in groups of thirteen stories, it is constructed in a kaleidoscope of beautiful squared patterns reflected by the waters beneath. Reaching about a hundred feet into the ground it is the largest step well in the country. Move to see the Harshat Mata Temple some walking distance away. Retire to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Get started on a drive to Jaipur after breakfast. Get checked in your resort and start the tour of this Pink City with a visit to the amazing Amber fort having a hundred stairs built to fortify the city. Situated a couple of miles away is the water palace or the Jal Mahal in the Man Sagar Lake. Traverse the bazaars of the Hawa Mahal and explore the mosaic of windows of this red-pink sandstone palace to be taken to the Rajput history. Enjoy a traditional dinner and rest the day in your hotel.
Revel in the royalty of this heritage city and visit the City Palace right in the center of old city to marvel at the beautiful relics and artifacts of Rajput emperors and empresses. Located nearby is the minaret of Iswari Minar Swarga Sal spiraling as it tops with glorious views of the city. Climb up to get some scenic pictures of the city. Visit the royal observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh called the Jantar Mantar that has an equinoctial sundial which can measure the time of the day by the shadows of the descending rays of the sun. Visit the Nahargarh Fort that is built on a ridge overlooking the amazing city. Get clicked in the regal halls of this pretty palace. Walk around the Royal Gaitor that has beautiful sculptures with intricate stone work showcasing the Mughal artwork. Drive back to the hotel to spend the night in your resort.
Travel to the wildlife park of Ranthambore in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Reach by afternoon to get checked in your hotel and change into more hiking outfits to visit the Mansarovar Dam Lake. About 25 kms away this place is an appreciated site for nature and wildlife enthusiasts with different species of exotic birds flying over the beautiful emerald lake and exciting trekking tracks to explore. A perfect place for Bird Watching, Fishing or a candid photo session the site is refreshing and definitely a must visit. Get back to your hotel to spend the night.
Leave early to visit the Ranthambore National Park famous for its tiger population with more than 300 species of birds. Spread in an area of 1300 sq kms approx this place is covered with green jungle with a fort right in the center and lakes breeding crocodiles. Leave for the safari to spot the tiger and many more wild beings traversing through the thick forest. Drive back to the hotel to rest for the night.
Drive to Sawai Madhopur Railway Station to catch your train back to Delhi.