Delhi – Agra
Agra - Fethepur Sikri - Jaipur
Jaipur – Rohet
Udaipur – Dungarpur
Dungarpur – Mount Abu
Mount Abu – Ahmendabad
Bhavnagar – Sasan Gir
Sasan Gir - Gondal
Discover some of the many faces of Incredible India by visiting Delhi. Some of the best images of India’s diversity can be captured here. Delhi is one where you will be astound and impressed at every edge. There are end number of places in Delhi which you can stopover and fancy.
The city of Delhi is full of fascinating places to visit and see. Some of the main ones are as follows –
Alluring Qutab Minar Complex, appealing Red Fort, elegant Purana Quila, splendid Jama Masjid, fascinating Safdarjang's Tomb, dazzling India Gate, marvelous Rashtrapati Bhawan, graceful Rajghat, pleasing Purana Quila, exquisite Jantar Mantar and divine Humanyu'sTomb,Bangla Sahib or the colourfull Sahajanabad & Chandni chowk .
Apart from historical places Delhi is also acclaimed for its incredible range of shopping options specially handicrafts like carpets, silk, jewellery and cotton that are synonymous with India. Delhi is a paradise for shopping, eating and sight-seeing. Recorganized markets and bazaars are must see places in Delhi like Chandni chowk, Delhi haat, palika bazaar, karol bagh, Khan market, Lajpat nagar, Cannaught place, Janpath and Sarojini Nagar.
In India there are very scanty places which can together be described as modern and traditional, historical and new. Delhi is one of them. In addition to this the city has plentiful options in gardens, malls of South Extension, places of worship which symbolizes equality and brotherhood(Jama Masjid , Bangla Sahib, Akshardham temple, Lotus Temple and Sacred heart church)excursions, food outlets and culture.
Influencial food corners in Delhi are Paranthe Wali Gali, Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar, Bishan Swaroop, Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar, Khandani Pakode wala, Kulcha King, Prince’s Paan & Chaat Corner, Dilli Haat, Khan Chacha, Sitaram Diwan Chand, Bittoo Tikki wala, Salim’s Kebabs, Dolma Aunty ke momos and Al-Bake.
Agra is chiefly famous for its mindboggling Taj Mahal,It is known as home for iconic Taj Mahal, It is the proof of brilliance by Mughals, It would serve as feast to your eyes to watch and it looks more beautiful on the night of full moon day, It stands as a lasting tribute to love and lovers beyond time and also named as wonder of the world. It is the major tourist destination because of its unique history and beauty.
The best way to travel from Delhi to Agra is by different trains . The trains that you can catch from Delhi to Agra are Bhopal Shatabdi, Kerala Express, New Delhi Jabalpur Superfast Express, A P Express, Intercity Express, Nizamuddin Pune Junction,Kalka Superfast Express and fastest train Gatiman Express.
By road and Bus- Your journey can be made enjoyable by road. Make your journey Smooth by travelling from Yamuna Expressway
There are Multiple bus types are available such as Volvo, AC, Non AC, AC available between Delhi Agra.
By road and Bus- Your journey can be made enjoyable by road. Make your journey Smooth by travelling to Agra a enjoyable one.
From Delhi we move on to Agra where you will observe a completely distinctive airy. Filled with architectural gems, culture,handicrafts and rich tradition. Agra tour has an element of education in it. You will learn a lot while traveling. Every place has a message to serve and element of entertainment. Certain locations are their which stand apart because of their sheer excellence they have to offer in terms of natural beauty. There are end number of places in Agra which you can cherish life long like Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah, Wildlife SOS, Mehtab bagh and Shesh Mahal. Three beautiful places which are meagerly famous in Agra are:
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary-Famously known as Keoladeo National Park or Keoladeo Ghana National Park. It has thousands of rare and endangered birds, which comes here during the winter season. It serves as a home for mant species of birds. It is major tourist destination in Agra and famous for its beauty. It is also declared as World Heritage site.
Fatehpur Sikri – Majorly famous for its mystic Sufism. Fatehpur Sikri is a fascinating build city. It is one of the praise worthy examplar of Mughal architectural. It is the finest illustration of the culmination of Hindu and Muslim architecture. Fatehpur Sikri Mosque is said to be a replica of the mosque in Mecca and has layouts, imitative from the Persian & Hindu architecture. Prime attractions in Fatehpur Sikri are Diwan-i-Khas, Panch Mahal,Tomb of Salim Chisti, Buland Darwaza, Palace of Jodha Bai, Hawa Mahal, Nagina Masjid, Sunehra Makan and the Jama Masjid.
Agra is maily known because of the Mughals. They only constructed all those famous monuments. Muslim empire left indelible imprints on Agra’s cuisine. Mughlai food is famous in Agra for its creamy, boldly flavored curries; lots of ground and whole spices, dried fruits and nuts; roasted meats. It’s a rich cuisine fit for a king. Famous points are Indiana, Pinch of Spice, Tajmahal Restaurant.
Typical street stand breakfast consist of sweet and spicy flavor. Mindblowing apptizing Kachori served with a bowl of spicy sabzi. Jalebi is a must try sweet dish in Agra. Famous points are GMB and Shree ji sweets on fatehabad road.
Tasteful Chaat is very popular in Agra—particularly bhalla, various kachori, samosas, and gol gappas. These all satisfying tempting snacks can oly be found on the streets of India. Famous area is Chaat wali gali in sadar bazaar.
Famous point - Rambabu paranthe wale on old Delhi Agra highway
Fragrance of tempting Petha will make you feel tempted as soon as you will enter Agra . It is a centuries-old sweet dish also called as white pumpkin or squash. It comes in many varieties like plain petha of white color, kesar petha, chocolate petha in colorful shades of pineapple, coconut and mango. Famous point and area - Panchhi Petha and Baluganj area.
Jaipur the Pink city, multicolored Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan the City famous for its unique culture, tradition, soothing music, beautifully laid out gardens, parks, attractive monuments and marvelous heritage hotels. All the places in the Pink city are worthy of admiration. Jaipur is connected with most Parts of India by both railways or by airways and also connected with roadways. Jaipur can be reached from Delhi by traveling by road or flying directly to Jaipur either from Delhi or Mumbai. From Agra one needs to drive to Jaipur or take a train to Jaipur and in between visit some famous monuments like Fatehpursikri or the famous stepwells The Abhaneri .
Bountiful places to visit in Jaipur such as Amber Fort, City Palace, Jantar-Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Birla Mandir, Albert hall museum, Rambagh Palace, Govind devji temple, Raj Mandir Cinema, Jaipur zoo.
Jaipur is one of the colorful experiences you can ever have. Its real charm lies in inner lanes, streets and markets. This desert city has all the amenities of the big city. Its airy is infused with the romance, adventure, and gallantry of an incredibly rich historical tradition. Jaipur tour is half done without Camel ride, folk music and desert sounds. People here are very cheerful and will make your trip eventful.
Though the Indian State of Rajasthan is known for its monuments, Forts, and Festivals. There are a lot of festivals especially organized by Rajasthan tourism Dept. throughout Rajasthan but in Golden triangle route in Jaipur Teej festival, kite festival, Gangaur festival, and Dhulandi festival are specially organized. Basically, the Dhulandi festival attracts foreigners to celebrate Holi in Jaipur in a unique way. Holi is celebrated in all over India at the same time during the month of March.
The ideal destinations in Jaipur is its markets which has numerous stories engraved in every corner.Famous bazaars are:
Johri Bazar: Oldest as well as the largest shopping mall in the city. Famous for precious gems, stones, timeless jewellery, exquisite sarees. It is the busiest marketplace in Jaipur.
Bapu Bazaar: Place which can’t be missed is colorful Bapu Bazar. Largest camel leather market in the world, finest quality 'Morji' shoes and other leather goods like belts, wallets, lamp sheds and bags.
A trip to Jaipur is not complete without digging into convincing Rajasthani food. You can’t return without trying its renowned cuisines like dal bati churma, laal maas, kachori. Some places where you can try authentic food are Spice Court, Natraj, Shri Thaal Village Restaurant, Rawat Mishtan Bhandar, Laxmi Misthan Bhandar and Chokhi Dhani- Place where celebration never stops. The only five-star rated ethnic village resort in India, is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur. Best tourist destination in Jaipur for entertaining its visitors.
Your appetite will grow larger after visiting this place. Traditional food is served with Folk music. Swimming pool, health clubs and popular puppet shows are there to relax your mind.
The Rohetgarh Fort of Jodhpur is one of the prime tourist attractions of Rajasthan. Anyone visiting India should not miss this great fort that is now known as Rohetgarh heritage hotel. The Rohetgarh Fort was built in the 16th century by Thakur Dalpat Singh of the Rathore clan. The Rohetgarh Fort is situated at a distance of around 40 kilometers from Jodhpur. The walls of the fort have battle scars and one can still see cannon ball marks on the surface. Yet, it stands majestically till today, mesmerizing anyone who visits this great structure. Read on to know more about Rohetgarh fort of Rajasthan.
A part of this grand fort has now been converted into a heritage hotel. The other part of the fort houses the royal family. The Rohetgarh Fort still retains its mystical charm and people who stay here have always had a great experience. The Rohetgarh Heritage Hotel has been furnished with some of the most elegant and modern equipments. Though it looks traditional and ancient, the amenities provided over here are at par with any five star deluxe hotel.
The floor is covered with the most beautiful Persian carpets and the ceilings are decorated with the most gorgeous chandeliers. The walls have been decorated with an amazing collection of great paintings and rare photographs. The massive walls are also adorned with many hunting trophies that lend a very mystical aura to the whole place. The Rohetgarh fort is an exquisite example of a smooth blend of the rich culture of Rajasthan with the modern world.
Famous for its tradition in the style of paintings, palaces reflect the architectural grandeur that existed during the period of Rajputs. Udaipur City Palace, Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Sajjangarh Palace, Kumbhalgarh Fort is known as The Great Wall of India which is 102km from Udaipur, Jaisamand Lake, Vintage Car Museum, Bada Mahal are worth visiting.
Udaipur ( City of Lakes) was founded by the Maharana Uday Singh II in 1553 as the new capital of Mewar kingdom, Udaipur often referred as the “Venice of East is indeed a spectacular city. The landmark of Udaipur is “Lake Palace Hotel”, the Maharana’s Summer retreat on a small island in the center of Lake Pichola. The present maharana still lives in the section of city Palace.
Miniature painting has been a tradition in Rajasthan for Centuries, Udaipur, in particular, is famous for its tradition in this style of paintings. The discipline requires an abnormally a steady hands as the tip of each brush contains only a single hair.Best of the miniature painting can take almost one to two years to complete.
Udaipur is a full package for a tourist to explore, it is impossible to put everything in a page or two about it. But in total it is palace for best cuisines, great hospitality, Several Lakes, Amazing Palace etc.
Dungarpur’s rise to tourist fame is thanks to the exceptional architecture of its palaces and royal residences. These stone structures are adorned with 'jharokhas'(windows)and built in a style that was born during the times of Maharawal Shiv Singh (1730-1785 AD). Dungarpur’s goldsmiths and silversmiths are skilled artisans Famous for Their lacquer-painted toys and picture frames.
Dungarpur was founded in 1258 AD by Rawal Veer Singh, the eldest son of Karan Singh, the ruler of Mewar, after he drove out the local Bhil chieftain named Dungariya. Later rulers of Dungarpur added to the town’s architectural heritage.
Dungarpur is a gem city that adds a feather to the cap of Rajasthan tourism. It is known for their artistic skills of toy-making; gold and silver photo frame-making and paintings on the rocks, A land inhabited by Bhils and the Dungarias, this travel attraction in Rajasthan is nestled in foothills of Aravalli with opulent wildlife and fertile plains. Dungarpur offers its rich heritage as tourist attraction, and is home to one of the best tribal fairs in Rajasthan, Baneshwar and green marbles that are exported widely from here.
Situated amidst in the Lush green hills of Aravali Range, it was once the leisure home of the then ruling Maharajas and their family. Dilwara Jain temples, Guru Shikar, Achalgarh, Nakki Lake, Sunset Point, Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple, Trevor’s tank, Mount Abu Bazaars, Wildlife Sanctuary, Toad Rock are major tourist attractions.
Mount Abu the only Hill station of Rajasthan,” Mount-Abu” situated amidst in the Lush green hills of Aravali Range.This was once the leisure home of the then ruling Maharajas and their family.
A city with a glorious past, Ahmedabad is one of the most significant places of Gujarat. Jama Masjid, Siddi Sayed Mosque, Sabarmati Ashram, Sarkhej Roja, Kankaria Lake, Kamla Nehru Zoological Garden, Hutheesing Jain temple, Jagannath Temple, Sabarmati River Front, Calico museum of textiles, Auto world vintage car museum, The Pols are major tourist attractions.
Bhavnagar is a living testimony to a rich Rajput culture and an even a richer port-city that has beautiful landscapes to visit. GauriShankar lake, Nilambag Palace, Victoria Park,Gopnath Beach, Barton Library and Museum, Gandhi Smriti, Palitana Jain Temple, Velavadar Blackbuck National Park are major tourist attractions.
The Gir Forests- the largest compact tract of dry deciduous forests in the semi-arid western part of India is the last abode of the big and regal predator, Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica), an endangered animal species. The sanctuary is internationally acclaimed for successfully saving this precious species from the brink of extinction. It was declared as a sanctuary in 1965. Subsequently out of the 1153.42 sq. km area of the sanctuary, an area of 258.71 sq. km. was declared a National Park.
At present, Gir forests of Gujarat (India) is the only place where this race of lions i.e. Asiatic lion is found in its natural habitat.
Unlike the other big cats, lion is tolerant of the presence of human being and it even lives near the human settlements. During the last century in British rule, lion population touched an all time low of 20 in 1913. The serious conservation efforts by the then Nawab of Junagadh saved the species from the brink of extinction. The subsequent efforts by the Forest Department has successfully brought the population to the present respectable status of 523 numbers of this majestic animal.
Bhuj is a desert city with long history of kings and empires make this city one of the most interesting and unique historical places to see.
The city has a long history of kings and empires - and hence many historic places to see. The city was left in a state of devastation after the 2001 earthquake and is still in the recovery phase. Bhuj connects you to a range of civilizations and important events in South Asian history through prehistoric archaeological finds, remnants of the Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan), places associated with the Mahabharata and Alexander the Great's march into India and tombs, palaces and other buildings from the rule of the Naga chiefs, the Jadeja Rajputs, the Gujarat Sultans and the British Raj. . The vibrant and dynamic history of the area gives the area a blend of ethnic cultures. In a walk around Bhuj, you can see the Hall of Mirrors at the Aina Mahal; climb the bell tower of the Prag Mahal next door; stroll through the produce market; have a famous Kutchi pau bhaji for lunch; examine the 2000-year-old Kshatrapa inscriptions in the Kutch Museum; admire the sculptures of Ramayana characters at the Ramakund stepwell; walk around Hamirsar Lake and watch children jumping into it from the lake walls as the hot afternoon sun subsides; and catch the sunset among the chhatardis of the Kutchi royal family in a peaceful field outside the center of town.