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Day 01 Delhi

Arrrival at Delhi International  airport, meet our  Representative and transfer to the hotel. Delhi tour offers something different from the standard itinerary, taking you to sights most tourists never see,  like your way through the streets around Chandni Chowk Market . Visit the Jama Masjid, Delhi's oldest mosque, then stop by the Sheeshganj Gurudwara (Sikh Temple) to learn about the religion .Riding high on the culture wave, the afternoon is then yours to explore Delhi your way, with free time to go a-wandering. May be swap  for tranquillity at the Lodi Gardens, The Red Fort (Lal Qila) is a monument built in 1638 that rises 33 meters (108 ft) above Old Delhi. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The fort is located in what is now the centre of Delhi, India. It is made of red stone and marble or visit the legendary Humayun’s Tomb and later evening dinner and overnight stay in Delhi.


Day 2 Delhi - Agra

After breakfast we proceed to Agra in our sights. we will visit our way over to two of India’s finest, visiting first the UNESCO World Heritage Agra Fort, and then the main event – the Taj Mahal. We will hook you up with an entry ticket so you can explore at your own pace, learning about the incredible love story that resulted in the creation of one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. The Taj Mahal was commissioned by Shah Jahan in 1631, to be built in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died on 17 June that year, while giving birth to their 14th child, Gauhara Begum. Construction started in 1632, and the mausoleum was completed in 1648, while the surrounding buildings and garden were finished five years later. Taj Mahal of Agra is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, for reasons more than just looking magnificent. It is the history of Taj Mahal that adds a soul to its magnificence. evening dinner and overnight stay in Agra.


Day 3 Agra-Ranthambore 

After breakfast, the calm of nature sweep over you as we arrive National Park, one of the largest and most renowned National Parks in Northern India and our home for the night. Ranthambore National Park was established as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955, initially covering an area of 282 km2 (109 sq mi). It was declared one of the Project Tiger reserves in 1973 and became a national park on 1 November 1980. In 1984, the adjacent forests were declared the Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary and Keladevi Sanctuary. In 1992, the Tiger Reserve was expanded to include the adjoining Keladevi Sanctuary in the north and Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary to the south along with other forests. After lunch pit-stop we will make our way to the Dhonk Craft Centre, a cooperative that was set up to serve a dual purpose – to employ those who would otherwise only find income from tiger poaching, and also to preserve traditional artistry. Handicrafts lovers will be in craft utopia at the beautiful creations on offer from the local ladies. Once you have checked in, now's your time to get custom clothes made by a local tailor. Or if you're after some relaxation time, head upstairs to the hotel rooftop, you'll get a perfect view of the city. Gather your crew up here to watch the sun go down on this beautiful city. Later evening dinner  and overnight stay in Ranthambore.


Day 4 Ranthambore 

After breakfast at Ranthambore, early this morning proceed to Ranthambore fort which is believed to have been built during the 8th century by the Chauhans ruler, though the exact ruler during whose reign the fort was initiated. Ranthambore Fort was built in the 10th century at 210 m (700 ft) above the surrounding plain. Inside the fort are three red Karauli stone temples devoted to GaneshShiva and Ramlalaji. There is a Digamber Jain temple of Lord Sumatinath and Lord Sambhavanath. The temples were constructed in the 12th and 13th centuries.A commonly believed legend says that the fort of Ranthambore was built during the reign of Sapaldaksha . Later evening dinner and overnight stay in Ranthambore.


Day 5 Ranthambore - Jaipur 

After breakfast proceed to  Jaipur - named as the 'Pink City' also is the city of old and new, colour and chaos, camels and rickshaws - Jaipur is a hustling hot mess of wonderful surroundings. Jaipur is a major tourist destination in India forming a part of the Golden Triangle is also the capital of the state of Rajasthan. In the 2008 Conde Nast Traveller Readers Choice Survey, Jaipur was ranked the 7th best place to visit in Asia. According to TripAdvisor's 2015 Traveller's Choice Awards for Destination, Jaipur ranked 1st among the Indian destinations for the year. The city of Jaipur was founded by King of Amer, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II on 18 November 1727, who ruled from 1699 to 1743. He planned to shift his capital from Amer, 11 kilometres  to Jaipur to accommodate the growing population and increasing scarcity of water. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, the ruler of Jaipur was one of the best theorists of ancient India.  It was during the Rajput era that India has seen some of the glorious forts and palaces.  Later evening dinner and overnight stay in Jaipur.


Day  6 Jaipur

After breakfast proceed for full day sight seeing  tour of Jaipur . Visitor attractions include the Birla Auditorium, Albert Hall Museum, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Birla Mandir, Galtaji, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Garh Ganesh Temple, Moti Dungri Ganesh Temple, Sanghiji Jain temple and the Jaipur Zoo. The Jantar Mantar observatory and Amer Fort are one of the World Heritage Sites. Jal Mahal or the Water Palace is one of the classic names in the list of Rajputana architecture. Hawa Mahal palace is a five-story pyramidal shaped monument that rises to about 50 feet (15 m). The top three floors of the structure have the width of a single room, while the first and second floors have patios in front of them. The front elevation, as seen from the street, is like a honeycomb with small portholes. Each porthole has miniature windows and carved sandstone grills, finials and domes. Then City Palace-Located in the heart of Jaipur,  is the most remarkable monument in the list of places to visit in Jaipur. Guarded by huge impounding walls, this palace is a fusion of Rajput and Mughal architecture.  Evening dinner and overnight stay in Jaipur.

Day 7 - Jaipur - Udaipur

After breakfast proceed to Udaipur -Completely unique, Udaipur’s colonial architecture and shimmering lakes give the city a distinctly venetian, romantic feel unmatched arguably in the whole of India. Our locally guided city tour will enable us to explore the majestic City Palace and the Jagdish Temple, then after lunch the day is yours to continue your city wanderings. With fantastical palaces, tranquil boat rides on the lake, bustling bazaars, crooked colourful streets and endless eating joints to choose from, you’ll be absolutely spoiled for choice. The iconic Lake Palace will arrest you with its beauty and scenic location on the 4-km long, man-made Lake Pichola. The palace is now operated by the Taj Group and offers captivating views of the Aravalli Hills. This is certainly one of the most romantic locations in the entire state and the heritage walks are to die for! Maharaja Jagat Singh II built this amazing palace that will bowl you over with its sculpted marble and moldings. While here, you can spend all day boating on the placid Lake Pichola, commencing from Rameshwar Ghat to the City Palace. evening dinner and overnight stay in Udaipur.


Day 8 Udaipur 

After breakfast proceed for a  day in this beautiful city Udaipur, also called the "City of Lakes" or the "Kashmir of Rajasthan," is a major city, municipal corporation and the administrative headquarters of the Udaipur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is the historic capital of the kingdom of Mewar in the former Rajputana .Udaipur, with its lakes, and historic palaces and architecture, is a major destination for tourists, both domestic and foreign nationals visiting the state. Over 1.4 million tourists visited Udaipur in 2016. With numerous hotels to serve visiting tourists, Udaipur is home to some of the country's most popular luxury hotels and resorts. The Oberoi Udaivilas has been ranked as the world's number 1 hotel in 2015. The Taj Lake Palace and the Leela Palace Udaipur are also amongst the most expensive hotels in the country. Maybe you’d like to visit Sajjan Garh (Monsoon Palace), a 19th-century palace perched on a hill overlooking Lake Picolinate after Maharana Sajjan Singh of the Mewar Dynasty, more inclined to visit the nearby village of Shilpgram, an ethnographic museum and arts hubs where traditional crafts are sold, and artists perform. This afternoon, meet the group back at your accommodation and head out to enjoy a concert that combines seven traditional Rajasthani folk dances. evening dinner and overnight stay in Udaipur.


Day 9 Udaipur - Delhi -Kochi

After breakfast transfer to Udaipur airport to proceed to Delhi/ Kochi. You will proceed for a half-day sightseeing tour of Cochin visiting Chinese Fishing Nets – The Chinese Fishing net that line the sea-front and exhibit a mechanical method of catching fish by local fishermen in Fort Kochi. Said to have been brought from China by traders of Kublai Khan’s Court and are used at high tide. Then comes Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church & Museum of Kerala History. Dutch Palace (Closed on Fridays and Public Holidays) is also known as Distance Palace built by the Portuguese and presented to the Raja of Cochin in 1555 AD. It acquired the present name after 1663 when the Dutch carried out extensions and repairs in the palace. At no time did the Portuguese or Dutch stay here, its interiors are decorated with murals from the Ramayana and there are some lively displays of royal costumes and palanquins. (Closed on Fridays and national holidays).

Jewish Synagogue (Closed on Fridays, Saturdays and Jewish Holidays) was built in 1568 AD, The Great Scrolls of the Old Testament, the copper plates in which the grants of privilege made by the Cochin rulers were recorded . The exquisite Chinese hand painted tiles are of interest at St. Francis Church – the Protestant church was originally built by the Portuguese in 1510 AD and is believed to be the oldest, church built by the Europeans in India. It is here the remains of the inveterate traveler, Vasco da Gamma were initially buried and 14 years later, his mortal remains were taken to Portugal.

Bolghatty Palace is situated in Bolghatty Island a narrow palm fringed Island easily accessible from the mainland. The Palace was built by the Dutch in 1744. Later, it became the seat of the British Resident and today this has been converted into a hotel run by KTDC. In the evening, you will be taken to a Kathakali dance center where you will witness the most elaborate of the dance forms in southern India. Here you will witness the artists readying themselves up with the make up for the final performance. Kerala owes its transnational fame to this nearly 300 years old classical dance form, which combines facets of ballet, opera, masque and the pantomime. Costume is elaborate with the face painted up. Great importance is laid on the Vesham or make-up, which are of five types – Pacha, Kathi, Thadi, Kari and Minukku. The pomp and magnificence of Kathakali is partly due to its decor part of which is the kireetam or huge headgear and the kanchukam the over sized jackets, and a long skirt worn over a thick padding of cushions. The identity of the actor is completely mutilated to create a super human being of larger-than-life proportion. overnight at Hotel

Day 10 – Kochi - Munnar

After breakfast check out from your hotel and drive to Munnar. Spectacular Munnar hills is situated at an altitude of 5000 to 8000 Ft above sea level and is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathani & Kundala. This beautiful hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Govt in South India. Sprawling Tea plantations, picture book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Munnar is well connected by both National highways, state highways and rural roads.  Up on Arrival at Munnar,directly check in to hotel.  Rest day at leisure. evening dinner and overnight stay in Munnar . 


Day 11 – Munnar

After a leisurely breakfast proceed for sightseeing of Munnar - garden of evergreen tropical forest with rolling grasslands and rugged terrain. Mattupetty Lake and dam which is surrounded by tall hills and forest, Echo Point-this scenic place gets its name from the natural echo phenomenon here. Echo point is on the way to Top Station from Munnar. Devikulam- this idyllic hill station with its velvet lawns, exotic flora and fauna and the cool mountain air is a rare experience. The Sita Devi Lake with its mineral waters and picturesque surroundings is a good picnic spot. Munnar is known for its extensive tea estates. Visit Eravikulam National Park (10 kms away). This Park is a 97 km² national park located along the Western Ghats .Twenty six species of mammals have been recorded in the park including the largest surviving population of Nilgiri tahr. Moreover, for the lucky ones the spectacular sight of 'Neelakurunji' flowers which bloom in every 12 years will be visible.  The climate and tea plantations are the main reason for tourism in Munnar. evening dinner and overnight stay at Munnar.


Day 12 – Munnar-/ Thekkady

After breakfast check out from your hotel and drive to Thekkady. Thekkady in Kerala State, is one of the largest wildlife sanctuary in India, also is  a dream destination for any tourist visiting India. The 120 years old 'Surki' dam built across Peryiar, Poorna in Vedic parlance, is a major tourist attraction. This sanctuary is spread over an area of 777 Sq.Kms, surrounded by an artificial lake over an area of 25 Sq.Kms. Arrive and check in at your hotel  and late afternoon proceed for a sanctuary visit on motor boat. During the cruise, you might come across herd of elephants  or deers. The other animals present in the sanctuary are Nilgiri Langur, Bear, Porcupine, Leopards and Tigers. Later enjoy a Spice Plantation tour and visit to Periyar sanctuary, the main attraction of Thekkady, is one of the best sanctuaries in India for watching and photographing elephants at close quarters.Thekkady is placed at an altitude of 700m above the sea level. Located in the Idukki district of Kerala, Thekkady is a perfect retreat for anyone who loves adventure, fun, wildlife and nature. Nestled between the ever-green and semi-evergreen forests of Western Ghats, Thekkady has so many things to offer for the tourists who visit this place. In the biggest wildlife sanctuary, you can sight Asian elephants, bison, sambar deer, boars, tigers, leopards, wild squirrels, lion tailed monkeys etc. evening dinner and overnight stay in Thekkady.


Day 13 – Kumarakom

After breakfast proceed to Kumarakom, on the way one can enjoy the beautiful visions of the tea plantations  and you are getting down to sea level from the high altitudes of Munnar and Thekkady to the lower water lagoons of  Kumarakom - is a lovely Village in Kerala, blessed with nature’s rare gifts is on the Eastern side of the vast Vembanad Lake. Enjoy the backwaters, the bracing climate & green magic of nature. Rest of the day free at leisure. (Options available here for ayurvedic treatments on direct payment basis). Kumarakom has a wide variety of houseboats and is well known throughout the world for houseboat experience. They are used only for tourists these days. In olden days a separate boat known as Kettuvallam was used by the people to go fishing or to transport goods. Apart from these, there are elegant special boats like Kochu-odi Vallam, Odi-Vallam, Iruttukutthi Vallam, Churulan Vallam and Chundan Vallam (Snake Boat), which take part in the boat races around Onam time- Kerala's national festival,  including Nehru Trophy boat race Alappuzha (The most famous boat race in Kerala).  Kumarakom will be in the Retheme of boat race during the first two weeks of August. later evening dinner and overnight stay  in Kumarakom .


Day 14 – Kumarakom

After breakfast proceed to the lush backwaters of Kumarakom, a veritable paradise also called as the  ‘Venice of the East’. Palm fringed narrow canals winding through the vast expanse of paddy fields, and the neat tiny hamlets lined up along either side of the canals are panoramic sights one can never forget.  Kumarakom is Kerala's heartland of lagoons, palm fringed lakes, and paddy fields, inter-linked with hundreds of winding canals, with the typical low slung country boats that carry everything from people to fish, rice and coconuts to the milkman and newspaper boy, local politicians and priests to wedding parties. Get ready for a two and half hours backwater ride on the Vembanad Lake, it is an experience in itself. Move into the narrow channels to witness the daily activities of the people residing on the banks. The scenery is serene and breathtaking. Kumarakom is a lovely Village in Kerala, blessed with nature’s rare gifts, is on the Eastern side of the vast Vembanad Lake. Enjoy the backwaters, the bracing climate & green magic of nature.Overnight in Kumarakom.

Day 15 – Kumarakom / Alappuzha

After breakfast, morning free at leisure. Afternoon board your houseboat from your hotel jetty. Backwaters –a unique web of lakes, lagoons, canals, and rivers – are an integral part of Kerala’s tourism scenario. Inaccessible to tourists for a long time, this hidden treasure has now become a reality to the tourists, thanks to the ‘Kettuvallam’ the Houseboats of Kerala. In Malayalam, the word ‘Kettuvallam’ means a sewn or stitched canoe. Traditionally they were built of planks sewn together with coir cordage, threaded through with a ”needle’' carved from a palm frond. The seams, caulked with coir plugs soaked in sardine or cashew oil made the boats waterproof. The traditional houseboat of Kerala is one of the most enduring images of the backwaters – its natural, cocoon-like profile complementing the surrounding countryside.  These ‘Kettuvallam’, were designed to carry heavy cargo, such as coconuts and spices, and to provide living accommodation for the boatmen. These boats have been adapted to offer holidaymakers the ultimate backwater experience that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world. Preserving their historic character and style, craftsmen have created a unique atmosphere on board, a luxurious, self-contained world from which to observe rural Indian life flowing gently. Full board meals & overnight on-board Houseboat.

Day 16 – Kumarakom 

After breakfast in houseboat , transfer to airport for return journey.

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