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Classical North India
Classical North India ( 14Night/15Days )
Day 1: Delhi Arriving in Delhi Airport and drive directly to Hotel and relaxe.
Day 2: Delhi/Jaipur Drive to the "pink city" of Jaipur, named after its buildings of soft pink stucco. Encounter Rajasthani grandeur at the City Palace, where rare manuscripts, swords, and paintings are on display. At the 17th-century astronomical observatory Jantar Mantar, view a magnificent 90-foot sundial, and then admire the elaborate facade of the Palace of Winds.
Day 3: Jaipur Spend the morning at the Amber Fort, a majestic fortress-palace decorated with intricate paintings and mosaics. This afternoon, there is time to explore Jaipur's vibrant arts and crafts markets on your own. Travel into the countryside for a special dinner with folk entertainment.
Day 4: Jaipur/Bharatpur Drive to Bharatpur this morning and check into our hotel. Venture into the village to experience daily life in India.
Day 5: Keoladeo Ghana National Park Travel by rickshaw through the wetlands of Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site harboring more than 400 species of birds. Search for wildlife and birds, including kingfishers and various species of cranes.
Day 6: Bharatpur/Agra On the way to Agra stop to visit Fatehpur Sikri, the perfectly preserved 16th-century Mughal capital of Emperor Akbar. Visit the extraordinary Taj Mahal onsidered the most extravagant monument ever built for love.
Day 7: Agra (Taj Mahal closed on Friday) At sunrise, witness the dawn's first light wash over the Taj Mahal or at evening if next day it is Friday. After breakfast, explore Agra Fort's maze of courtyards; mosques; and private chambers, which bring to life the story of the Mughal Empire. This afternoon, stroll the gardens of our hotel, take advantage of its many amenities, or enjoy an optional excursion to the Mughal Mausoleum of Itmad-Ud-Daulah. Return to the Taj Mahal to experience the monument at sunset.
Day 8: Agra/Orchha Take an early morning rail journey to the town of Orchha, located in a beautiful valley along the sparkling waters of the Betwa River. Explore this medieval town's monuments, including palaces bearing vivid 17th-century wall paintings, and the surreal onion-domed mausoleums.
Day 9: Orchha/Khajuraho Continue to the World Heritage site of Khajuraho, home to India's largest collection of medieval Jain and Hindu temples.
Day 10: Panna Tiger Reserve Set out on a morning game drive into the pristine Panna Tiger Reserve, known for its tigers and leopards, as well as its hyenas and wolves. Then return to Khajuraho to explore temples covered in tantric sculptures depicting everyday activities and attitudes.
Day 11: Khajuraho/Varanasi This morning, you may choose to return to Panna Tiger Reserve for extended game viewing or to spend more time examining the temple carvings in Khajuraho. In the early afternoon, fly to India's spiritual capital the holy city of Varanasi.
Day 12: Varanasi Cruise the Ganges River aboard wooden rowboats to view pilgrims bathing, offering morning prayers, and performing religious rituals. At the venerated Buddhist pilgrimage site of Sarnath, see the symbol of India in the ancient stone Lion Capital of Ashoka. Observe the mystical evening prayer ritual, or aarti ( Pray), on the mighty Ganges River.
Day 13: Varanasi to New Delhi After a free morning in Varanasi, fly to Delhi. And relax in the hotel.
Day 14: New Delhi Following a leisurely breakfast, enjoy a combined sightseeing of Old and New Delhi. The capital created by the British. Explore Humayun's Tomb, a milestone in the history of Mughal architecture, and the looming sandstone tower of Qutb Minar.
Day 15: New Delhi & Departure according your flight schedule Departure at the airport according your flight schedule.