Take a walk in incredible Hindustan to
explore North India. The roots and the smiles of the people will bind you to it and make you never want to leave. Are you a history buff?
Do art and culture captivate your soul? Well, North India has a lot more than that in store for you.
From mouthwatering “lucchis” to lip-smacking “Chola Bhatura” this is your golden chance to dive right in. Oh, the bliss is incomparable. It’s only fair that you don’t believe.
Because we’ll put it all right on a platter for you.
Explore North India through the dazzling Delhi and the plethora of history and colors that it shows.
Walk right into the embrace of the wonder of the world – Taj Mahal
Soak in the culture and traditions of Rajasthan while you imbibe its happy-go-lucky aura
Furthermore, let the holy vibes of Varanasi capture your mind, body, heart, and soul.
Strangely enough, Kolkata will entice you with its old world charm.
Detailed Day Wise Itinerary
Day 1 - Arrival at Delhi, India
We’ll welcome you to India at the Delhi International Airport on your trip to explore North India. Our private chauffeurs will take you to a comfortable stay in the hotel.
Take the rest of the day to relax and pamper yourself.
Day 2 -Visiting Delhi
Visiting Connaught Place, Parliament House, India Gate, Qutub Minar and Jama Masjid.
1. Parliament House
Excited to check out the Parliament House of India? This beautiful government building was built by the British. You’ll be lucky if a session is ongoing. You might as well get a chance to see it from the inside.
Pretty good, or?
2. Qutub Minar
Time to move to the Old Delhi where every nook and cranny speaks of its glorious past.
Meanwhile, check out this crazy tall minaret that stands all through the ravages of time.
The scriptures and the verses on the walls will bring you an odd sense of peace and calm if you look at them. Qutub Minar is a wonder of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it promises to take your breath away with its beautiful red sandstone Indo – Muslim architectural style.
3. Jama Masjid
Explore North India the spiritual way. Walk into the stunning building of Jama Mosque. The marble and red sandstone edifice built in Islamic architectural style are gorgeous and just as attractive.
Make a wish or two.
Day 3 - Delhi – Jaipur – Ajmer – Pushkar
Prepare yourself to fly high to Jaipur. In addition, tell your heart to wait for the thrill of the trip to explore North India.
Finally, after you land in Jaipur, our private chauffeurs will take you to a very happening Pushkar via Ajmer to explore North India.
Can’t wait? We either.
Furthermore, you’ll be taking a pit stop at Ajmer. Let the famous Ajmer Sharif enchant you with its spiritual vibes. The tomb of Moinuddin Chishti is one of the most significant and holiest places in India.
Pray for love, life, and family.
Later, witness the wonders of history and art at the popular Akbar’s palace and museum.
Let the weaponry and sculptures make an everlasting impression on your heart with their beauty and robustness.
Meanwhile, bow down in front of the colossal statue of goddess Kali.
Art, history, and spirituality all combine while you explore North India.
We caught you, didn’t we?
Brace yourself for you’ve reached the city of colors and god. Bask in its vibrancy, culture, and history and set foot to explore North India at its best. The magnetism is breathtaking.
4. Brahma temple
Offer prayers to the god of Genesis, Lord Brahma at the most spectacular and only temple of India dedicated to the creator of the universe. The marbles and the stone slabs make it all the more charming. Bet you can’t resist it’s 2000 years old holy vibes.
4. Pushkar lake
Meanwhile, let the tranquil Pushkar lake wait for you to come to take a dip in it.
Trust us, this experience will be earth shattering and mind blowing right down to your senses.
Furthermore, take the rest of the day to roam about the local markets and chill while you appreciate the colors,
cultural opulence, and the
spiritual vibes of Pushkar city.
You won’t be disappointed!
Day 4 - Pushkar – Amber Palace – Jaipur
1. Amber Fort
Get on the road to Amber fort and let this flamboyant fort cum palace enthrall you with its grandiosity while you explore North India.
Let’s take you back to the 17th century through the rampart and the walls of the colossal and royal amber fort.
Undoubtedly, the Indo-Muslim architectural style gets even more enhanced with the red and white stone marbles.
Oh, and by the way, you cannot miss out on the light show that happens in the fort.
Moreover, you’ll get to seep deep into the history of Jaipur with the same.
Isn’t it a package awesome enough to lure you into this massive and extravagant fort?
Finally, you’ll be taken back to
Jaipur city where a lot of enthralling things await you on a platter.
3. Hawa Mahal
How about breeze slapping you on your face while you embark on a journey to watch the entire city center from the top?
Strangely enough, Hawa Mahal will be your friend, in that case. Climb to the top of this red sandstone edifice and let yourself loose to the breeze wrapping you within.
4. City Palace
Dive right into the center of the city adorned with palace complex, spectacular gardens, and courtyards unforgettable.
Do you know what’s the perk?
A royal family still resides in one of the palaces.
No doubt, you’ll want to unravel the history behind the royal walls of this perfect blend of Rajasthani and Mughal Architecture.
Take the day to explore the colorful bazaars and the rooted cacophony while you do that.
Maybe, buy some stunning handicrafts?
Day 5 - Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri – Agra
Let’s get you on your road to explore North India back again.
Only this time, it gets better.
Dating back in time, Fatehpur Sikri was the capital of Mughal empire for some time. The fortified city with a magnificent cluster of forts and massive Buland Darwaza welcomes you to fall in love with its reflection of India’s past.
Do you think you can?
We bet you WILL!
Further, Unravel the beauty of this indo-Islamic wonder while you drown in the stories that it speaks of.
Thank us later.
Furthermore, You might as well take a fun-filled tuk-tuk ride.
Oh, the fun.
Later, you’ll get back on your journey to explore North India through the wonders and the gems of
Excited, are you?
Day 6 - Visiting Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and flying to Varanasi
1. Taj Mahal
Can you imagine how magnificent would it be to witness one of the wonders of the world? And even better if you did it at the time of the sunrise!
Surprisingly, we give you the luxury to put that imagination to reality. Witness the incredible white marble mausoleum that withstands time and is a testimony of eternal love.
Moreover, this is UNESCO World Heritage Site that demands to be appreciated for what it is.
Go appreciate it!
Come back for breakfast and brace yourself for another architectural marvel reeking of a glorious past.
2. Agra Fort
Finally, you’ll explore North India and its history through the walls, ramparts, and overwhelming facades of the stunning Agra Fort.
Home to the Mughal Emperor and strategically built to withstand battles and attacks, this is one of the largest forts in India.
Meanwhile, marvel at the beautiful Yamuna river running wild and free.
You’ll be chauffeured back to Delhi.
This almost 2-hour long journey will make you rest to explore North India even more deeply.
You’ll be flying to Varanasi – your
next destination while you explore North India. The city of temples,
pilgrimages, and ghats will enchant you with its very colors and aura.
Day 7 - Varanasi
Visiting Sarnath and the Dhamekh Stupa, Ashoka Pillar and the main shrine there.
You’ll be back in the road for not more than an hour.
Sarnath, the holy place where Buddha gave his first sermon after attaining enlightenment will welcome you in its warm embrace.
2. Dhamekh Stupa
Let your eyes unravel the beauty of this massive stupa in the deer park of Sarnath.
Cocooned in the arms of nature, this stupa has a monumental value for all
This cylindrical tower built of bricks and stone has an odd rawness to it.
In addition, the spiritual vibes in nature just add up to its charm.
Check it out already!
3. Ashoka pillar and the main shrine
Furthermore, check out the little hut where Buddha used to meditate on his visits to Sarnath. Holy, right?
Be that as it may, marvel at the ruins and tiny little stupas proudly resting within the complex.
If that isn’t enough, then the same complex has what you’ve seen mostly on your Indian emblem.
Yes, the Ashokan Pillar.
The Chinar sandstones make it all the more appealing. Furthermore, the glowing surface of this pillar is every bit enchanting.
Meanwhile, try reading the inscriptions on the pillar. Intriguing!
Finally, You’ll be chauffeured back to Varanasi.
Get ready for the next day to explore North India even better.
Day 8 - Varanasi to Kolkata
Wake up to the chirping of birds and rising crimson red of the sun.
Be that as it may, it only gets better while you’re on a boat on river Ganges.
Soak in the beauty and sanctity of such a moment.
Later, fill your tummy with some lip-smacking breakfast.
Also, do not miss out on the street food.
It’s pure bliss.
1. Ramanathaswamy Temple
Get ready to
experience spirituality in every sense of the world in this gorgeous temple. It is a pilgrimage which is known by the world itself. Housing the longest temple corridor in the world this spiritual edifice is going to blow your mind with the stories of its origin.
You’ll have landed Kolkata after a flight from Varanasi.
Take rest in the comfortable stay of the hotel and gear up for the next day to explore North India.
Day 9 - Kolkata (Covering Howrah)
Visiting mother Teresa’s house, Jain temple, Victoria Memorial, Howrah bridge and Dakshineswar Kali Mandir.
1. Mother Teresa’s house
Pay homage to Mother Teresa and her mortal remains in the very house she established to serve humanity.
While you explore North India, why don’t you do some good deeds too?
Furthermore, get to see the belonging of Mother Teresa in the museum dedicated to her.
Interesting, isn’t it?
2. Jain Temple
Art lover? Well, it only gets better. Combine spirituality with art and it becomes a blend that’s pure bliss.
Further, you’ll be visiting the famous Jain temple to offer prayers to god. Meanwhile, soak in the beauty of the stained glass windows and intricacies on the same. The pillars too won’t disappoint you.
You’ll thank us later.
3. Victoria Memorial
Saunter into the edifice dedicated to Queen Victoria and go right back in the historian mode.
Bask in the historical sculptures, paintings, and manuscripts from the time British ruled India.
In addition, the gardens around are just as enchanting.
4. Howrah Bridge
You’re about to cross the 6th longest cantilever bridge in the world while you explore North India.
Isn’t that crazy?
Be that as it may, the name is enough.
Howrah bridge will hypnotize you with its grandness and colossal presence.
It’ll be a movie like feeling.
5. Dakshineswar Kali Temple
Proceed to Belur Math to take a boat to Dakshineswar Kali temple.
Surprisingly, the boat ride will energize you.
Adorning the Hooghly River, this temple is a sacred architectural wonder dedicated to goddess Kali.
The nine spired Kali temples smacked right in the middle of a huge holy complex is breathtakingly beautiful.
Furthermore, get inside to witness the most beautiful idol of the goddess covered in gold brocade.
Furthermore, check out the temples dedicated to Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva on either side of the Ghat.
The experience will be etched into your memories for a lifetime.
In the evening you’ll be returning to Kolkata.
Day 10 - Visiting the market and the Rajbari Bawali property - Kolkata
1. Time to pamper yourself!
Go saunter in the busy chaotic new market and bring back a bagful of memories and handicrafts.
Also, street food is a must.
2. Rajbari Bawali
Explore North India some more, shall we?
You’ll be blending in the countryside of Rajbali Bawali property.
Bask in the sunny day and set out for a walk in the village area giving the true countryside feels
Around this luxury heritage hotel that takes you back in time with elegance and class.
Finally, You’ll be chauffeured back to Kolkata where you can chill in the Park Street.
Day 11 - Visiting Piali Ashar Alo School and Bada Bazar Market - Kolkata.
1. Piali Ashar Alo school
You’ll be taken to the Piali Ashar Alo school where underprivileged kids are given education for humanitarian purposes.
Moreover, you’ll get to meet tiny little kids while you explore North India.
2. What is the best part?
You’ll dive in the roots of our country. Deep enough to know about the reality and talent that is there.
3. Bada Bazar market
Time for shopping!
Explore North India through the chaos and roots of Kolkata.
Shop for some famous bangles and suits to fill your wardrobe with colors and oodles of beauty.
Take back some memories from India which will stay in your hearts for a lifetime
Day 12 - Departure
You’ll be leaving back from your trip to explore North India from the Kolkata International Airport.
We hope we made your trip an unforgettable and a flamboyant one. Keep coming back for more.
Accommodation on Double share basis for 11 nights
Bed and Breakfast plan as per the plan mentioned.
Private A/C luxury coach for the plan mentioned.
Monument fee wherever applicable
English speaking coach drivers for the entire travel plan.
Private English speaking guide as per the Itinerary.
2 bottles of water per traveler.
Meals Not Mentioned In the Itinerary
Any expenses of personal nature such as tips, telephone bills, laundry etc.
Any alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Insurance and medi-claim.
Expenses incurred during the emergency situation or evacuation.
Any airfares, International or Domestic.
Any unspecified, optional and suggested activities.
Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc
Any Increase in Taxes or Fuel Leading To an Increase in Surface Transport
Any thing, which is not mentioned in the list of inclusions.