Stunning India Tour will get your heart beating as you see some of the country's most incredible tourist attractions. Travel to India, the opulently beautiful country, and your India vacation will undoubtedly become a magnificent 'festival.' India is a treasure trove of surprises and delights waiting to enchant you. India Tour offers great tourist sites, each with its own unique offerings. Travel to India, where the country's charms never cease to astonish visitors from all over the world.
Day 01: Delhi (Arrival)
Our representative will meet you at the Delhi International Airport and bring you to your pre-booked accommodation. Relax and relax at the hotel. You can either go to Akshardham Shrine, Delhi's largest Hindu temple. Spend the night in a hotel.
Day 02: Delhi Sightseeing
Prepare to explore Delhi after breakfast today. Take a guided tour of both Old and New Delhi. The largest mosque in India, Jama Masjid, is the first stop. Take a rickshaw ride through the narrow streets of Chandni Chowk, Delhi's old bazaar. Visit the Raj Ghat, Humayun's Tomb, the Mughal Emperor Humayun's memorial, which was built in the 16th century and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Qutub Minar, the world's tallest minaret and a perfect example of Indo-Islamic architecture, is our next stop. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Red Fort, India Gate, and President House, the President of India's official residence. Spend the night in a hotel.
Day 03: Delhi – Agra (210 km/ 3-4 hrs)
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Agra.
Check into the hotel upon arrival. Later in the afternoon, go on a guided tour to Agra Fort, a spectacular red sandstone fort on the banks of the Yamuna River, and then to Itmad-ud-tomb. Daula's In the evening, you are free to go around the neighbourhood. Stay at the hotel for the night. Please note that the Taj Mahal is closed on Fridays.
Day 04: Agra – Jaipur (270 Km/ 6 hrs)
Visit the magnificent TAJ MAHAL, one of the World's Seven Wonders, at dusk. The Taj Mahal, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, is the epitome of extravagant love. Return to your hotel for a delicious breakfast, then check out and drive to Jaipur, stopping along the way to see Fatehpur Sikri, also known as the Ghost City. Visit Salim Chishti's tomb, which is part of Akbar's residential complex.
Then, near Jaipur, go to the Chowki Dhani resort, which was built in the Rajasthani style. In the evenings, there are a variety of activities available, including a puppet show, camel ride, folk dances, and music, as well as a delectable Rajasthani dinner. After that, check into a hotel for the night.
Day 05: Jaipur Sightseeing
After breakfast, you will be escorted to Amber Fort, the magnificent fort perched atop the Aravali Hills. To get to the fort, take a brief ride on the back of an elephant, which is an unforgettable experience.
Return to the city to see the City Palace & Observatory, a wonderful blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, as well as the Palace of Winds, also known as the Hawa Mahal, a five-story structure built in 1799 to allow the royal women to see the outside world. Visit local marketplaces like as Johari Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, and Chandpol market in the evening. Staying in a hotel for the night.
Day 06: Jaipur – Pushkar (145 km/ 2½ hrs)
Drive to Pushkar after breakfast. Check into the hotel when you arrive. After that, head to Pushkar to see the Brahma Temple, the holy pond, and the Pushkar Fair Mela site. We get lost in the peaceful and easygoing atmosphere of the place and spend the day exploring the religious side of this small town by ourselves, visiting various ghats and temples. Spend the night in a hotel.
Day 07: Pushkar – Udaipur (280 km/ 5-6 hrs)
After breakfast, depart for Udaipur, where the scenery softens to a feeling of luxury with the calm setting of lakes set against the backdrop of the Aravallis. Check into the hotel as you arrive. Visit the beautiful lakes of Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar in the evening. Spend the night in a hotel.
Day 08: Udaipur Sightseeing
After breakfast, go to the City Palace, Jag Mandir, Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandir, Jagdish Temple, Sahelion Ki Bari, Crystal Palace, and other places of interest. Also, take a boat ride on Lake Pichola; it will be an unforgettable experience. Return to your hotel for the night.
Day 09: Udaipur – Cochin (By Flight)
After breakfast, be driven to the airport to join your flight to Cochin. Upon arrival in Cochin, you will be transferred to your hotel. Staying in a hotel for the night.
Day 10: Cochin Sightseeing
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and take a tour of Cochin, which includes the St. Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica, Jewish synagogue, and Jewish town of Mattanchery, Chinese fishnets, beach walkway, marine drive, and Bolgatty palace, among other tourist attractions. Staying in a hotel for the night.
Day 11: Cochin – Munnar (130 km/ 3 hrs)
After breakfast, proceed to the airport to board your flight to Cochin. Upon arrival in Cochin, you will be transferred to your hotel. In a hotel for the night.
Day 12: Munnar Sightseeing
After breakfast, visit Raja Malai, Munnar's highest peak from which you can see Neel Thar (mountain goats), the Tea Museum, Mattupetty Dam, and Eco Point. Explore the sprawling tea and coffee plantations, as well as the winding lanes and trekking landscapes. Munnar's spice plantations are a must-see. Cinnamon, coffee, tea, clove, nutmeg, cardamom, ginger, garlic, vanilla, black pepper, white pepper, and other spices are grown in Munnar. The Lake is also a great place to go boating. Staying in a hotel in Munnar for the night.
Day 13: Munnar – Thekkady (90 km/ 2½ hrs)
After breakfast, drive to Thekkady, check into your hotel, and then visit Periyar Lake and Wildlife Century to see the wildlife before returning to your hotel. The evening is free to go around the spice bazaar. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 14: Thekkady – Alleppey/ Houseboat (135 km/ 3½ hrs)
Drive to Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha and dubbed the "Venice of the East," a town with picturesque canals, backwaters, and lagoons that owes its existence to the wise Diwan Raja Kesavadas in the second half of the 18th century. In the pre-Christian era, Alappuzha had trade relations with ancient Greece and Rome, according to history. Alleppey is now the centre of Kerala's backwater tourism. We board the Houseboat as soon as we arrive (locally called Kettuvellam). The day is yours to do as you please. Staying on the houseboat for the night.
Day 15: Alleppey – Kovalam (220 km/ 6 hrs)
At 0930 hrs. in the morning. Arrive in Alleppey and drive to Kovalam, which means "place lined with coconut palms" in the local tongue. Kovalam is known for its coconut palms and calm shoreline, making it one of India's top places for swimming and other water activities. Check into your accommodation upon arrival and spend the rest of the day relaxing. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 16: Kovalam Sightseeing
Lighthouse Beach is a striped lighthouse with a viewing platform. Kovalam is a small coastal town where you can enjoy visiting lovely beaches like Lighthouse Beach. Hawa Beach and Samudra Beach are two more palm-lined beaches. The Vizhinjam Juma Masjid mosque, located to the south, overlooks the bustling fishing harbour.
Day 17: Kovalam – Trivandrum (30 km/ 1½ hrs)/ Trivandrum – Mumbai (By Air)
Check out of the hotel and drive to the Trivandrum airport to catch your flight to Mumbai. Arrive in Mumbai and arrange for a transfer. Check into your accommodation and unwind. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Mumbai was dubbed the "City of Dreams" because of the vast opportunities it provides, particularly in Hindi cinema. The city is the capital of Maharashtra and sits on the Arabian Sea's churning waves. Its cityscape may be reminiscent of New York's. However, in addition to the bustling nooks, Mumbai has held to its tradition and history and takes great pride in it. It is undeniable that this metropolis competes fiercely with even the most developed cities in the globe, let alone in India.
Day 18: Mumbai sightseeing
After breakfast, travel to Elephanta Caves, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (Prince of Wales Museum), Hanging Garden, Juhu Beach, Gateway of India, and Marine Drive for a full day of sightseeing in Mumbai.
Gharapuri (The City of Caves), about ten kilometres from Mumbai Harbor, is home to Elephanta Cave. The caves are divided into two categories: Hindu Caves (which include five caves) and Buddhist Caves (consisting of two caves). The caves were built using a rock-cut architecture that dates from the 5th to 8th centuries. The caves have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is another name for the Prince of Wales Museum. It was established in the twentieth century to honour Prince Charles' visit. The museum contains over 50000 exhibits split into three categories: art, archaeology, and natural history. Artifacts and artefacts from the Indus Valley Civilization, as well as the Guptas, Mauryas, Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas, and others, are on show here. Aside from that, there are exquisite prints, illustrations of various wildlife species, paintings, manuscripts, and so on.
Just a few kilometers away from the museum is where the landmark of Mumbai stands, The Gateway of India. Take a leisure stroll in the Hanging Garden, which is perched at the top of Malabar Hill, overlooking the beautiful Arabian Sea. This manicured terrace garden is festooned with a huge variety of plants and flower species. Juhu Beach, the popular beach of Mumbai is thronged with visitors. Some of Mumbai’s best street food and restaurants are located here. Marine drive is located in the heart of Mumbai, just beside a busy road. But the horns and screeches of city’s road don’t really interrupt the serenity that is attained here while sipping a cup of coffee and just simply unwinding. Overnight stay in hotel.
Day 19: Mumbai departure
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to the Mumbai airport, where you will catch your return trip home with wonderful memories of Incredible India.
The tour comes to a close with Golden Memories...