Welcome on your trip to India.
Our private chauffeurs will take you to the hotels for a warm stay. India is eager to engulf you in a warm hug.
Visiting India gate, Parliament House, Connaught Place, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, and Chandni Chowk.
1. India Gate
As a matter of fact, your trip to India is incomplete without paying respects to the martyrs of our country at the quintessential India gate. Surprisingly, that’s what you’ll be doing.
Moreover, you’ve got to admire its triumphal arch.
2. Parliament House
Witness this governmental edifice which is every bit classic and stunning on your trip to India. The 144 columns guarding the three circular chambers make the building all the more graceful.
3. QUTUB MINAR – The Tallest Brick Minaret Of All Time
Finally, Let’s take you back in the Mughal Era through this marble and sandstone wonder of an edifice on your trip to India.
Keep soaring high with the 5-storied spectacular Qutub Minar built as the testimony of the victory of the Mughals by demolishing 27 Hindu temples. To our display, it’s true.
4. Jama Masjid
Blending with the Spiritual vibes, are we?
Furthermore, you’ll be visiting a stunning white marble and red sandstone mosque that represents Allah.
5. Chandni Chowk
Finally, End the day with some pampering on your trip to India.
Walk in the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk bustling with colors and energy.
Also, Do try the famous street food and find yourself falling every bit in love with India.
Delhi – Jaipur – Ajmer – Pushkar
Visiting Ajmer Sharif, Savitri temple, and Brahma temple.
Words fall short of describing this unexplainable beauty of an edifice resting peacefully on the banks of the river Yamuna.
You’ll be taking a direct flight to Jaipur to save time on your trip to India.
Finally, our chauffeurs will pick you up and take you on the road to Pushkar via Ajmer.
Excited to drown in spirituality and peace, yet again?
Well, the Ajmer Sharif will welcome you in an embrace of peace and calm. As a matter of fact, this mausoleum is one of the holiest mausoleums all around the globe.
Do take in its vibes.
Later, you’ll be reaching Pushkar to explore some more cultures and traditions on your trip to India.
4. Savitri Temple
Brace yourself for a hearty trek to Savitri Temple on Ratnagiri Hill.
Moreover, it’ll be all worth it when you experience an odd sense of contentment after praying to the goddesses Savitri and Gayatri who were the wives of Lord Brahma.
5. Brahma Temple
Offer prayers to Lord Brahma at one of the rare Brahma temples in India. Strangely enough, this beautiful temple dating back to 2000 years is one of the most significant temples dedicated to the creator of the Universe.
Meanwhile, the famous Pushkar Lake will be waiting for you to admire it and chill by it.
Pushkar – Amber Palace – Jaipur
Visiting Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, and City Palace.
1. Amber Fort
On this trip to India ride elephants and masks in the glittering light show at one of the most profoundly beautiful forts of India. Surprisingly, Amber Fort is huge, and by that we mean, huge in everything that it has to offer. The Rajput and Hindu styles of architecture blend so effortlessly, it’s unbelievable.
See it for yourself.
2. Hawa Mahal
You’ll go back to Jaipur city to stand within the walls of this crazy high 5-storied red sandstone and marble edifice. Hawa Mahal is smacked right in the middle of the city giving you a stunning overview and a strong share of some windy affair on your trip to India.
3. Nahargarh Fort
Let the embellished walls of this significant fort mesmerize you on your trip to India.
Moreover, the little art lover in you will love the carvings and the grandness of Nahargarh Fort.
Furthermore, it will give you a grand overview of the pink city.
4. City Palace
Set foot in a remarkably royal complex of a palace where even to this day royalty lives. Admire the intricacies and the regal architecture. Undoubtedly, the amalgamation of Mughal and Hindu architectural styles is breathtaking.
Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri – Agra
You’ll be on the road to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri.
1. Fatehpur Sikri
Brace yourself for a history travel through a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Check out the colossal Buland Darwaza and the carvings on the same. They are authentically beautiful. Be that as it may, the fort is spectacular in its own special way.
The city of the Taj Mahal Welcomes you.
Gear up for the next day on your trip to India.
Agra – Taj Mahal – Delhi – Varanasi
1. Visiting Taj Mahal And Agra Fort
Wake up before sunrise so that you get to be a part of the sunrise at the Taj Mahal. It’s an understatement that it’s beautiful.
Let the sense of being around the very testimony of love overwhelm you.
As a matter of fact, there’s a reason why this white marble mausoleum is one of the wonders of the world.
2. Agra Fort
Venture into the main house of the Mughals by the banks of river Yamuna on your trip to India. Agra Fort is an incredibly built huge fort with ramparts and high walls that secure it so beautifully.
Furthermore, You’ll be taken back to Delhi where you’ll board your flight to Varanasi. Get excited.
Visiting Dhamek Stupa, Ashoka Pillar, and the ghats of Varanasi.
1. Dhamek Stupa
A few km from Varanasi, you’ll be heading to Sarnath where Buddha preached his first sermon at the Dhamek Stupa.
Get astounded by the absolute rawness of this beautiful brick and stone pillar. Surprisingly, people from all over the world come here to remember the Enlightenment.
2. Ashoka Pillar
Well, it’s in the national emblem of India. Need we say more?
Surrounded by gardens and many little adorable stupas, the Ashoka Pillar has inscriptions on its walls and is historically significant.
Do check it out.
Finally, in the evening, chill by the ghats and soak in the vibrancy and culture of authentic Varanasi.
1. Boat Ride In The Ganges
Take a boat ride during the sunrise to witness the exquisite scenery in front of your eyes on the Ganges River.
You’ll thank us later on your trip to India. We told you, this one’s the best.
Finally, You’ll be flying from north India to south India now.
Visiting Alagar Koil, Gandhi Museum, and Meenakshi Amman Temple.
1. Alagar Koil
Meet eye to eye with an exquisite southern temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
The Alagar Koil is in Alagar hills and the beautifully carved stones make this one a hit among the people on their trip to India.
2. Gandhi Museum
Get introduced to the life of the father of our nation at the Gandhi Memorial.
History buffs, this is a golden chance to satiate your curiosity about his life.
Take it already.
3. Meenakshi Amman Temple
Art lover, are you? Strangely enough, blends spirituality and art and the concoction is pure bliss. Meenakshi Amman temple is a must-visit on your trip to India. Pray to Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati.
Meanwhile, appreciate the art pieces adorning the walls and the pillars of the temple. Let colors bring life to you.
Visiting the village and coffee plantations.
Our private chauffeurs will take you to Periyar on your trip to India. Bask in the hilly vibes and unravel the incomparable experience of visiting the famous coffee and spice plantations in the verdure of nature.
Moreover, you get to visit the village too. Interact with the local people and shop in the local market.
It’s a win-win. Furthermore, do not miss out on elephant rides. They are crazy.
Visiting Periyar National Park and taking a boat ride.
Periyar National Park
Time to bring out the wildling in you. Explore the wilderness with experts and experience a jungle safari on your trip to India.
Be that as it may, Periyar National Park will never disappoint you.
Get lucky and meet with tigers!
Also, elephants would love to interact with you.
Finally, in the afternoon chill on a boat ride on Lake Periyar.
Visiting Malabar Coast, Kochi Fort, Mattancherry Palace, and St. Francis church.
1. Malabar Coast
You’ll be leaving for the Malabar coast early in the morning.
Watch the sunrise in the tranquillity of tea plantations.
As a matter of fact, every moment will be worth capturing on your trip to India.
Furthermore, after 4 hours of a road trip, you’ll be in Kochi. Let Southern charm entice you while you check in at the hotel.
2. Kochi Fort
Blend in the old-world colonial charm of Fort Kochi. Witness the spike of the Dutch and Portuguese culture here on your trip to India. Meanwhile, visit the churches and European edifices here. Soak in the beauty of the boulevards.
3. Mattancherry Palace
Furthermore, the Mattancherry Palace in Kochi is your perfect stop to admire the Kerala Mural Portraits of the Kochi royalty.
Strangely enough, the exhibits too will have an everlasting impression on your heart. Meanwhile, also soak in the elegance of Dutch and Portuguese architectural style and the vibes.
4. St. Francis Church
Get ready to visit the place where Vasco da Gama was buried. The amalgamation of Dutch and Portuguese styles of architecture makes this holy church all the more breathtaking. Be that as it may, the good old wood enhances its beauty.
Surprisingly, Art lovers, get ready to dance with joy while you witness some professional Kathakali dancers dance for you in the evening.
We promised a package, didn’t we?
Overnight stay in the houseboat.
Let the roots of Southern India seep deep into your blood on this trip to India. Get ready to explore the backwaters of Kochi.
Curious? Well, you’ll get to be eye to eye with the local lifestyle in and around the water in southern India.
In addition, you get to ride on a boat hotel and stay overnight in the same lush greenery around. Enjoy the delicious local cuisine too.
You’ll be leaving for Kovalam.
Finally, after 5 hours and 30 minutes, you’ll find yourself in the southern enchantment of Kovalam on your trip to India.
Take the rest of the day to relax and do whatever sails your boat.
Maybe Go To The Market?
Fill your bags with souvenirs and handicrafts as mementos of your unforgettable trip to India.
As your trip to India nears its end, take these two days to blend into its culture and lifestyle in your own way.
A trip to Kanyakumari or Trivandrum will be kept optional for you. Although, We insist to take them.
Day 17 - Kovalam – Trivandrum
Finally, We bid farewell to each other for you’ll be taking your flight from Trivandrum International Airport after a road trip from Kovalam to Trivandrum on your trip to India. Furthermore, We hope the blend of South and North India can be etched into your memories for a lifetime.
It’s not a goodbye, it’s a see you later.