Welcome at Delhi: - On arrival at Delhi, get welcome by Trojan holidays representative and get transferred to your hotel. Post – lunch go out for local sightseeing, shopping, and dinner at one of the best restaurant of Delhi. Come back to hotels for an overnight stay.
Sightseeing at Delhi: - The capital of India, Delhi is divided into two parts Old Delhi and New Delhi. The excursion start’s with Old Delhi and proceeds to New Delhi.
Old Delhi Sightseeing:
Red Fort: - The fort was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century it’s the symbol of India’s sovereignty. The Fort has been the focal point of numerous important events in the history; and Jawaharlal Nehru the first Indian Prime Minister hoisted the Nation flag at Red Fort on 15TH August 1947 to adjudge India as an Independent nation.” Renowned UNESCO HERITAGE SITE since 2007, it’s has been adorned with artillery museum, Indian independent events depicting museum, light shows, souvenir shops, etc.
Raj Ghat: - The place of tribute to Mahatma Gandhi the father of non-violence and pioneer of truth. The resting abode of the father of nation is visited by diplomats, state heads, royalties, dignitaries and travelers from all walks of life every day to pay their homage to Mahatma Gandhi.
Jama Masjid: - The Islamic religious site is Asia’s largest Mosque. The iconic structure of secularism in India; was the last monument commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1656 AD. The Mosque has capacity to hold 25000 Islam followers during prayer sessions or Id festival.
New Delhi Tour:
Humayun's Tomb: - Commissioned by Haji Begum in the mid 16th century AD it was the mausoleum dedicated to Mughal Emperor Humayun. It also inspired the later architectural wonders built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s in later years.
Qutub Minar: - The 72.5 m high pillar initiated by Qutub Ud Din Aibak and accomplished by Iltutmish in the year 1236 AD is a symbol of victory. It is positioned 13 km of south from Connaught Circus. The pillar is surrounded with beautiful gardens as well as species of birds.
India Gate: - The iconic structure is a tribute to 90000 soldiers who fought in the Second World War for British – Indian army. The red sand stone and granite memoir gate was built under supervision of Sir Edwin Lutyens. Must see the ‘Amar Jyoti Jawan – the eternal flame’ boating at the nearby ponds, kids entertainment, and picnic spots.
President House: - Rashtrapati Bhavan is the most satisfactory fusion of Indo-British architectural wonder and synonym to the official residence of “PRESIDENT OF INDIA”.
Evening drive to Agra, and check into your hotel; and stay overnight at Agra hotel.
Agra attractions: - On the 3rd day go for Agra attractions after breakfast.
Taj Mahal: - Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonder and is in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since the year 1982. The Temple of love was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century with the help of 20000 labor force and was dedicated to Queen Mumtaz. The monument situated in the bank of River Yamuna took 20 years to complete.
Agra Fort: - Next visit the once upon a time capital of Mughal Empire until early 17th century; built in the red sandstone. Positioned adjacent to Yamuna River bank, it was built by Mughal Emperor Akbar in the year 1566.
Visit the Ghost City: - Enjoy lunch at a 5 star hotel and drive to ghost town known as Fatehpur Sikri. It also served as the capital to Mughal Empire and was built in the tribute to Sufi Saint Salim Chisti. The city built by Akbar the Great was abandoned due to water scarcity.
The 3rd day brings an end to Agra excursion, also once the stronghold of Mughal Empire. Now we drive towards Jaipur to witness the Rajput land starts. On arrival at Jaipur also famed for its forts and palaces, get assisted by Trojan Holiday’s representative to check into your hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in pink city Jaipur
Amber Fort: - Enjoy breakfast and go for visit to Amber fort. Excursion of the fort begins with elephant ride or jeep safari to reach the fort located at the hilltop. Capture its architectural preciseness, temples, Ganesha Idol, museum, cannon, wall artistry, and stone work is really unforgettable.
City Palace: - The palace an example of Rajasthani and Indian architectural design still serves as the official residence to the royal family. However, one of its parts is transformed into museum. The collections to witness at the museum are arts, carpets, attire, jewelries, enamelware, weapons, etc.
Hawa Mahal: - Hawa Mahal also beloved as the Palace of Winds; has been adorned with encrusted window screens with carved balconies. It was made for royal ladies to view the outer world from within the palace without getting noticed.
Jai Singh’s Observatory: - Next attraction is to discover the observatory where time has been exactly assessed since the 17th century.
Later, drive back to Delhi, and board the flight back to home.