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DELHI – AGRA – JAIPUR – Haridwar – Rishikesh – Dehradun (7 nights / 8 days)

Delhi, the capital of India has a strong historical background. It was ruled by some of the most powerful emperors in Indian history.
The history of the city is as old as the epic Mahabharata. The town was known as Indraprastha, where Pandavas used to live. In due course eight more cities came alive adjacent to Indraprastha: Lal Kot, Siri, Dinpanah, Quila Rai Pithora, Ferozabad, Jahanpanah, Tughlakabad and Shahjahanabad. Delhi has been the political hub of India. Every political activity in the country traces its roots here. This was true even of the mythological era. The Pandavas of the Mahabharata had their capital at Indraprastha, which is believed to have been geographically located in today’s Delhi.

Day-1: Delhi Arrival (By Flight)
Morning Arrived Delhi Airport Our Representative (Driver) Receiving You And Proceed To Check In To Hotel, After Fresh Up Or Directly Visit Birla Mandir & Visit Teen Moorthi Bhavan, Is A Former Residence Of The First President Of India, Qutub Minar, Is A World Heritage Site And Has Survived The Ravages Of Time Impressively (Due To Traffic Conditions In Delhi It Is Advisable To Start Local Sightseing Directly From Airport Instead Cheak In To Hotel),Red Fort ,India Gate, Lotus Mahal After Sight Seeng Come Back To Hotel & Night Dinner And Stay In Hotel.

Day02:Delhi – Mathura – Agra
Early Morning 6 Am Proceed To Mathura Vrindavan (BEWARE OF MEDIATOR GUIDE / PRIST)Journey To Agra Visit Taj Mahal, Red Fort Agra (Open from sunrise to sunset, Open on all Days) Night Dinner And Stay At Agra.

Day 3 – Agra – Fathepur Sikri – Jaipur
Morning After Breakjfast Start Journey To Fathepursikri. Visit To Buland Darwaza, “Anoop Talavo Next Continue Journey Towards Jaipur .After Reaching Jaipur Visit To Jantar Mantar Night Dinner And Stay In Hotel At Jaipur

Day 4 – Jaipur City Tour
Morning After Breakfast Visit To City Palace, Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal ,Birla Mandir, Night Dinner And Journey To Haridwar By Train
Day 5 – haridwar
Early Morning After Breakfast Check Out From Hotel Proceeds To Visit Mansa Devi Temple. Har Ki Pauri, Night Dinner And Stay At Hotel

DAY-6 haridwar -Rishikesh sightseeing(25km/1hour)
Morning After Breakfast Proceeds To Visit Lakshman Jhula, Lakshman Temple, Shri Tryambakeshwar Temple And Night Dinner And Stay At Your Hotel.

Day 7 – dehradun sight seeing
Morning After Breakfast Proceed To Sahastradhara, The Museum, Robber’s Cave, Mall Road Night Dinner And Stay At Hotel.
Day 7 – dehradun – Bangalore (by flight)
Morning After Breakfast Checks Out From Hotel Then You Are Transferred To Dehradun For Your Onward Journey To Bangalore.

• Hotel Accommodation In 3* / similar Twin Share Basis
• Meals ( Breakfast lunch & Dinner )
• All Transfers And Sightseeing’s By Suitable Vehicle According To Group Strength.

• Services & Charges Not Mentioned: Travel Insurance, Extra Luggage, And Other Entrance Charges Other Than Mentioned In The Itinerary, Portage, Telephone, Tips And Any Other Expenditure Of Personal In Nature.
• Which Is Not Mentioned In Itenary Is Not Included.
• 20 To 10 Days Prior : 50%
• 10 To 5 Days Prior : 75%
• Less Than 5 Days : No Refund


Teen Moorthi Bhavan, Is A Former Residence Of The First President Of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru. Its A Classic Example Of British Architecture Designed By Robert Tor Russel In 1930. After His Demise In 1964, The Residence Was Rehabilitated Into A Museum-Cum-Library.

Qutub Minar, Is A World Heritage Site And Has Survived The Ravages Of Time Impressively. The Minar Of Delhi Is Surrounded By A Lush Green Garden, Which Is An Ideal Leisurely Place For Visitors. Qutab Minar Is The Favourite Destination Of Tourists. It Is India’s Most Visited Monument Attracting Around 3.9 Million Visitors Every Year.
(Timings – Opening & Closing: Monday – Friday: 7.00 Am – 8.00 Pm , Saturday: 7.00 Am -8.00 Pm , Sunday: 7.00 Am – 8.00 Pm , Public Holidays: 7.00 Am – 8.00 Pm)

Red Fort Once The Pivot Of The Mighty Mughal Empire, Red Fort, Or What’s Left Of It, Is Stark Reminder Of Ephemeral Nature Of Empires And Powers That Be.Once A Sprawling Fortress Complex With An Array Of Palaces And Grand Structures, Lush Courtyards And Cascading Waterholes; Red Fort Today Is Only A Shadow Of Its Majestic Past .( Timings – Opening & Closing: Monday – Friday: 7.00 Am – 8.00 Pm , Saturday: 7.00 Am -8.00 Pm , Sunday: 7.00 Am – 8.00 Pm , Public Holidays: 7.00 Am – 8.00 Pm)

India Gate Attribute It On The British Or The Location Of This War Memorial, India Gate Is Arguably The Most Iconic And Enduring Symbol Of New Delhi. It Was Build To Commemorate The Indian And British Soldiers Who Lost Their Life During Second World War.(Evereday Open)

Lotus Mahal Lotus Temple Or The Baha’i House Of Worship Located In Greater Kailash Is A Spectacular Specimen Of Contemporary Architecture And One Of The Must Visit Places In Delhi.( Timings – Opening & Closing: Monday – Friday: 9.00 Am – 7.00 Pm , Saturday: 9.00 Am -7.00 Pm , Sunday: 9.00 Am – 7.00 Pm , Public Holidays: 9.00 Am – 7.00 Pm)

Mathura The City Of Mathura, In Uttar Pradesh, The Nucleus Of Brijbhoomi, Is Located At A Distance Of 145 Km South-East Of Delhi And 58 Km North-West Of Agra. – Vrindavan Just 15 Km From Mathura, Is Another Major Place Of Pilgrimage. It Is Noted For Its Numerous Temples – Both Old And Modern. The Name Vrindavan Evokes The Playfulness And Lovable Characteristics Of Shri Krishna.

Taj Mahal- The Taj Mahal Is An Example Of Mughal Architecture – A Mixture Of Building Design Ideas From Islamic Indian, Persian (Old Iran), And Muslim Arts.
Shah Jahan Was Going To Build An Identical Black Tomb For Himself, But He Died Before He Even Began To Build, And Was Entombed In The Taj Mahal With His Wife.The Taj Mahal Was Constructed With Materials From All Over The World, And Over 10,000 People Were Used To Move Building Materials. It Is Generally Thought That Uhmad Ahmad Lahauri Was In Charge Of The Construction. (Visiting Hours Of The Taj Mahal Are Sunrise To Sunset & It Remains Closed On Friday. Monday : 6.00 Am – 7.30 Pm , Saturday: 6.00 Am -7.30 Pm , Sunday: 6.00 Am – 7.30 Pm , Public Holidays: 6.00 Am – 7.30 Pm)

Red Fort Agra Fort Is A Unesco World Heritage Site Located In Agra, India. The Fort Is Also Known As Lal Qila, Fort Rouge And Red Fort Of Agra. It Is About 2.5 Km Northwest Of Its Much More Famous Sister. Monument, The Taj Mahal. The Fort Can Be More Accurately Described As A Walled Palatial City (Open from sunrise to sunset, Open on all Days)


Buland Darwaza Or “Great Gate” Was Initially Built In The Early Part Of The 17th Century To Commemorate Emperor Akbar’s Victory Over Gujarat. The Elaborate Stone Structure Is Influenced By Typical Persian-Mughal Designs. This 15-Storied High Gateway Is At The Southern Entrance Of The City Of Fatehpur Sikri

Anoop Talavo – Anup Talao Is A Magnificent, One-Of-Its Kind Water Tank Built In Front Of Akbar’s Private Quarters. It Is Situated In Front Of The Khawabgah Complex And Was The Most Impressive Tanks Of Its Times. The Red Sandstone Structure Has A Beautiful Platform And Well Planned Viewing And Seating Places Around It. The Structure Is Connected By Mini Causeways By All Four Sides. (Open Time : 6 A.M. to 7.30 P.M. (Friday is closed)

Jantar Mantar – Jantar Mantar Was Constructed By Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh Ii Between 1727 And 1734. The Word ‘Jantar’ Means Instrument, Whereas ‘Mantar’ Refers To Formula Or Calculation. Situated In Jaipur, This Monument Is One Of The Five Astronomical Observatories Present In India. The Other Four Astronomical Observatories Are Located At Delhi, Varanasi, Mathura And Ujjain( Timings – Opening Monday: 9.00 Am – 4.30 Pm , Saturday: 9.00 Am -4.30 Pm , Sunday: 9.00 Am – 4.30 Pm , Public Holidays: 9.00 Am – 4.30 Everyday).


City Palace, A Beautiful Palace In The City Of Jaipur, Is Surrounded By Large Walls On All Sides. It Also Houses Audience Halls, Pavilions And Many Other Important Buildings. The Construction Work Of This Palace Was Commissioned By Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh During The Early 1730s. The Construction Work Continued Till The Late 19th Century, Which Was Mainly Because Of The Fight Between Maharaja And His Descendants.( Timings – Opening:- Monday To Friday: 9.30 Am – 4.30 Pm , Saturday: 9.30 Am -4.30 Pm , Sunday: 9.30 Am – 4.30 Pm , Public Holidays: 12.00 Am – 12.00 Am)

Amber Fort, Also Known As Amber Palace, Is Said To Have Played A Key Role In The History Of Medieval India. This Fort Depicts True Royal Lifestyle Of The Rajputs, Who Are Known For Their Decadent, Radical And Volatile Behaviour. The Amber Palace Is A Perfect Fusion Of Hindu And Muslim Architecture. (Timings – Opening: Monday – Friday: 9.00 Am – 4.30 Pm , Saturday: 9.00 Am -4.30 Pm , Sunday: 9.00 Am – 4.30 Pm , Public Holidays: 9.00 Am – 4.30 Pm)

Hawa Mahal, Built In 1799 By Sawai Pratap Singh, Was Designed By Lalchand Usta. It Is A Five-Storey Structure That Has More Than 950 Windows. The Latticework Was Built For Allowing Women To Watch Everyday Life Of The City. Hawa Mahal Is Situated Near The Johari Bazaar And Provides A Beautiful View Of The Entire Pink City

Jal Mahal Was Built During The 18th Century In The Middle Of Mansarovar Lake. This Is One Of The Biggest Artificial Lakes In Jaipur, Which Was Constructed Using Red Sandstone. It Is A Five-Storey Structure Built In Mughal And Rajasthani Architectural Styles. The Jal Mahal Was Constructed By Sawai Madho Singh For Serving The Purpose Of A Summer Resort For His Family And Guests.

Birla Mandir, Built Completely Of White Marble And A Popular Tourist Attraction. It Was Built By The Corporate Giants, Birla Foundation. Dedicated To Lord Vishnu And Goddess Lakshmi, His Consort, The Chief Deity Is Constructed Out Of A Single Piece Of Marble Giving It A Beautiful Sheen. The Temple Also Houses Numerous Deities, With An Exquisite Image Of Lord Ganesha. The Temple Is Ornate With Beautiful Carvings And Rich Sculptures From Of Hindu Mythology


Mansa Devi Temple Is Located At A Distance Of 2.5 Km From The Main Township Of Haridwar. Located Atop The Bilwa Parvat On Shivalik Hills, Mansa Devi Is One Of The Most Visited Temples In North India. The Temple Is Known For Being The Home Of Goddess Mansa, Who Was The Wife Of Nag Vasuki And Also The Brainchild Of Saint Kashyap.

Har Ki Pauri, One Of The Most Famous Places In Haridwar, Is Believed To Be The Exit Point Of River Ganges From The Mountains And Entry Into The Plains. In Addition, This Sightseeing Is Also Among One Of The Five Main Holy Sites Of Haridwar. According To Another Legend, It Is Believed That At This Place, Two Great Hindu Gods; Lord Shiva And Lord Vishnu Appeared During The Vedic Era. Since Then The Place Is Considered To Be Sacred. After Every Twelve Years, The Auspicious Fair Of Hindus, The Kumbh Mela, Is Organised At This Place. Famous For Ganga Aarti, Large Number Of Tourists Throng The Place In Evening So As To Attend Aarti


Lakshman Jhula, Which Was Built In 1939, Is A Suspension Bridge, Which Is 450 Ft Long. In Early 1889,
This Jhula Was A Hanging Jute Bridge, Which Was Later Rebuilt Into Suspended Iron Bridge. The Jhula Was Named After Shri Ram’s Younger Brother Lakshman Because It Is Believed That Lakshman Used The Jute Bridge At The Same Site To Cross The Ganga River.

Lakshman Temple, Which Is Situated 5 Km North Of Rishikesh On The Right Bank Of River Ganga, Is An Ancient Temple. It Is Believed That Lakshman Performed Tapa At The Site Of This Temple. It Is Believed That Lord Rama Along With His Brother Lakshman Made A Twing Bridge Near This Temple On Their Way To Himalayas.

Shri Tryambakeshwar Temple Is An Ancient Temple, Situated On The Banks Of River Ganga. Set On The Beautiful Himalayan Ranges, This Temple Is A Religious Abode Of Lord Shiva And Is Also Known As One Of The Twelve Jyotirlingas.

Sahastradhara, Located At A Distance Of Around 14 Km From The Heart Of The City, Is A Popular Tourist Attraction Of Dehradun. Literally Meaning ‘Thousands Fold Spring’, Sahastradhara Is A Beautiful Spring, Having A Depth Of Around 9 M.

The Museum, Situated On Haridwar Road, Is One Of The Most Popular Museums Of The Destination. Renowned As Zonal Museum, This Museum Displays Collection Of Artefacts Related To The Origin, Development And Sustenance Of Mankind On Earth. In Addition, The Functioning Of This Museum Was Commenced In 1971.

Robber’s Cave, Located At A Distance Of 8 Km From The City Centre, Is One Of The Most Popular Picnic Spots Of The Destination. Popularly Known As Guchu Pani, This Place Is Situated At A Distance Of 1 Km From The Village Of Anarwala. The Place Is Famous For A Strange Phenomenon, Wherein A Stream Of Water Suddenly Disappears From The Sight And Appears Again After Few Metres

Mall Road In Dehradun Is One Of The Busiest Shopping Centres And Is Located In The Heart Of The City.
Shopping At Mall Road Can Be A Memorable Experience For The Whole Family. It Is A One Stop Place For Shoppers And Exhibits A Wide Range Of Products Such As Electronics Items, Ornaments, Second Hand Books, Handicrafts And Readymade Garments


1. Customer should pay Rs.5, 000/- in advance at the time of booking and full payment has to be paid before 30 days of the date of journey.
2. Cancellation charges are applicable as per company rules.
3. No refund will be made towards unutilised services of the tour.
4. Advance amount paid towards reservation of seats is not refundable.
5. Sightseeing subject to modification with or without notice.
6. All types of personal expense, whatsoever is the matter will be yours.
7. Rooms are sharing reservation of hotels and provision of foods as per company rules.
8. Rates are subjects to change with or without prior notice.
9. Company reserves the right to cancel the scheme.
10. Service tax as applicable extra.
11. The service provided by us is of superior quality at the lowest rate.
12. Rates are applicable Minimum for 5 Members.