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North Flavour Tour

 North Flavour Tour TourCode: 1161
Duration  12 Nights / 13 Days
Destination  North India
Route  Delhi – Varanasi – Khajuraho – Agra – Jaipur – Udaipur – Mumbai – Aurangabad
Best Time To Visit Daily,all year round



Day 01:
Arrive in Delhi, warm welcome with flower garlands and transfer to hotel overnight.

Day 02: Delhi
Morning tour of historic city of old Delhi to include magnificent Red Fort. The Jama Masjid, India‘s largest mosque, Rajghat – memorial of Mahatma Gandhi. Afternoon sightseeing in New Delhi to include Humayun’s Tomb, Bhai Temple, Qutab Minar, India gate and Government buildings – overnight at hotel.

Day 03: DelhiVaranasi
Morning after breakfast fly to Varanasi. Varanasi is the holiest of the Hindu cities and here you will get you first view of the sacred Ganges River. You will do an excursion to village of Sarnath in the afternoon, where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Varanasi – Khajuraho
This morning an early start for a dawn boat ride on the Ganges River. Ritual is a very important aspect of Hindusim and there is no better place to observe it than at the Ganges. You will view the thread ceremony, head shaving and food being offered to the departing souls. Also along its bank witness devotees bathing, cremating their dead and doing laundry. A walk through narrow twisting lanes will give you a chance to witness the various rituals of the pilgrims and followed by city tour. In the afternoon depart for Khajuraho. Overnight

Day 05: Khajuraho – Agra
This morning half day sightseeing of the temples in Khajuraho includes the tour of 09th to 13th century erotic Hindu temples. Well preserved the sculptures depict gods, goddesses, warriors, animals and amorous couples. Afternoon fly to Agra. Overnight.

Day 06: Agra
Morning after breakfasts begin the full day sightseeing of Agra. Agra is the home of the Taj Mahal and the famous Red Fort. The Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan built the extravagant Taj Mahal as a mausoleum for his most beloved wife and was imprisoned in the Red Fort overlooking the Taj by his son until death. Both buildings are truly spectacular and the Taj Mahal is now one of the wonders of the World. Overnight.

Day 07: Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur
Morning drives to Jaipur enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri. This was emperor Akbar’s capital designed and built in Red Stone the city is another architectural wonder. Later drive to Jaipur. Overnight.

Day 08: Jaipur
Morning excursion to Amber Fort riding on the elephant back. Afternoon city tour of the famous “Ping City” which reminds of a glorious past and there is so much to see and enjoy here. It is also famous for its blue – art pottery and inlaid brass work overnight.

Day 09: Jaipur – Udaipur
Morning fly to Udaipur. Udaipur is the most romantic city in Rajasthan. With its hilltop fortresses, fairytale palaces and exotic legends and its urban and industrial centers, the city is proud of its heritage as a center for performing arts, painting and crafts. Most of the marble palaces and fortification have now been transformed into palace hotels. Sightseeing of Udaipur include, city palace museum, Bharatiya Lok Mandal, Sahelyon Ki Bari, Partap memorial and afternoon boat ride on the lake pichola to visit Jagmandir. Overnight.

Day 10: Udaipur – Mumbai
Morning fly to Mumbai, Afternoon half day sightseeing. Overnight.

Day 11: Mumbai – Aurangabad
Morning fly to Aurangabad, on arrival full day excursion to famous Ajanta Caves. These 2nd century caves are fine achievements by Buddhist monks. Beautiful frescoes, wall paintings and vivid sculptures reflect the park of ancient Indian art and architecture. The horse shaped gorge has 30 caves built in two phases spread over a period of 900 years.

Day 12: Aurangabad – Mumbai
Morning excursion to Ellora caves. The World Heritage site is one of the fines examples of rockcut caves. There are 34 caves – 12 Buddhist (600 – 800 AD) 17 Hindu (900 AD) and five Jain (800 – 1000 AD). Cave 16 is the most famous and has Lord Shiva sculpted on the rocks. The largest monolith in the world it is said to have taken 7000 laborers, working in continuous shifts and 150 years to build. The other popular cave is No 32 where a shrine contains the seated Lord Mahavir, last of the 24 tirthankars of Jainism. Evenaing transfer to airport to airport for your flight to Mumbai Overnight at hotel.

Day 13: Mumbai – Departure
Early morning transfer to international airport for your onward flight.

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