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Incredible India (From New Delhi)

A Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour From New Delhi To Mumbai

Incredible India (From New Delhi)


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A country that packs wonderful bazaars, colorful streets, religious sites and a captivating collection of Islamic architecture is not easy to visit. We are of course talking about India. Home to the Taj Mahal, Red Fort and religious sites from the Golden Temple in Amritsar to the mosques and minarets of the Qutub Minar, India can be overwhelming to explore.

A country that packs wonderful bazaars, colorful streets, religious sites and a captivating collection of Islamic architecture is not easy to visit. We are of course talking about India. Home to the Taj Mahal, Red Fort and religious sites from the Golden Temple in Amritsar to the mosques and minarets of the Qutub Minar, India can be overwhelming to explore.

That’s why we put together Incredible India, a comprehensive Hop-On, Hop-Off tour with strategically placed stops for those who want to explore the peninsula at an unbeatable prices. The tour has stops in New Delhi, Agra, Bharatpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Ajmer/Pushkar, Udaipur and Mumbai. The main attractions along this route include:

  • Delhi’s bustling backstreets, Red Fort and ChandniChowk
  • Agra’s TajMahal, legacy of the Mughal Empire
  • Jaipur’s City Palace, JantarMantar, honeycomb HawaMahal and Amber Fort
  • The Mughal forts of Rajasthan, including Jaisalmer
Minimum Recommended Duration : 30 Days

New Delhi To Agra

for the want of heir. The blessings became a reality when Akbar was blessed with three sons after 26 years. Hence, he built this city and named it – Fatehpur Sikri, the city of victory!
  • Agra is also a home to other eclectic architectural wonders such as Chausat Khamba, Roman Catholic Cemetery, also known as Red Taj Mahal, Mariam’s tomb, the tomb of Rajput Princess Mariam Zamani, the wife of Emperor Akbar, Chhatris of Raja Jaswant Singh, Agra Fort, also known as Fort Rouge which is made of Red sandstone (This is a UNESCO World heritage site) and Sheesh Mahal (The Royal Dressing room with walls adorned with glass mosaic decorations).
New Delhi Agra 05.30 P.M 09.00 P.M

Agra To Bharatpur

Known as Lohargarh – The Eastern Gateway of Rajasthan, Bharatpur is located about 178 kms from capital city Jaipur. It has been a prominent tourist hub on both Indian and International front. Currently, it is a part of NCR – National Capital Region.
  • Associated with the brave Indo-Synthian tribes that go way long back to 100 AD, this place has been a recipient of cultures from myriad clans like Rajputs, Muslims, Marathas and even, British.
  • Apart from its rich cultural heritage, Bharatpur is very famous for its Keoladeo National Park that was formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. This park endowed with a dense forest cover, is a home to rare and exotic birds like Siberian crane which, is found no where else but in Siberia. Bharatpur has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • On the festival front, months of February and March brim with celebrations of the famous BrijMahotsav. Other festive events include Gangaur and Teej that are exclusive to women.
Agra Bharatpur 02.00 A.M 03.30 A.M

Bharatpur To Jaipur

Being the largest city in the princely state of Rajasthan, Jaipur is the capital city too. Founded by Jai Singh II, this city along with Bharatpur falls in the Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit that runs up till Agra. It is believed that ‘The Pink city’ was a planned city that was built under the supreme guidance of Vidyadhar Bhattacharya who incorporated principles of Vaastu shastra and Shilpa Shastra during the course of construction. Here are some of the must visit places in Jaipur -
  • JantarMantar – Located adjacent to City Palace, Jantarmantar is a proof of India’s progressive approach in Science even in Pre historic days. It is an observatory with the much renowned Sun dial that calculates time with precision and, predicts eclipses and location of stars. It is currently a member of UNESCO’s world heritage sites.
  • Galta – This is the famous Monkey temple of Jaipur with hundreds of simians that include monkeys, macaques and langurs.
  • Hawa Mahal – This is the intricately honey comb structured five storied palace, made of pink sandstone.Other notable locations to visit include Sisodiya Rani Palace Garden, Nahargarh and, Birla Lakshmi Narayan temple.
Bharatpur Jaipur 07.20 P.M 11.30 P.M

Jodhpur To Jaisalmer

  • Landscaped in sublime colour of yellowish sandstone, Jaisalmer stands tall in the middle of the Thar desert. Named after its king MaharawalJaisal Singh, it is one of the oldest cities of Rajasthan whose architectures date back to 1156 AD. With its emanating yellow hues, Jaisalmer is popularly called the Golden City of India.
  • Owing to its imperial heritage, Jaisalmer has been a witness to countless battles in history. The sandstone made architectural structures exude an orangey colour that slowly finishes into a honey gold at dusk. It finds a special mention in noted Indian film director Satyajit Ray’s novel – Sonar Kella, meaning The Golden Fortress.
  • Heavily populated with Jain population, Jaisalmer is famous for the seven Jain temples within the Jaisalmer Fort. The architecture of these temples from pre-historic era give one an insight into the intensely rich cornucopia of art and cultures. Some of the oldest Indian libraries are found in Jaisalmer. These libraries hold many rare manuscripts from the medieval times. Apart from its affluent cultural background, the other highlight is the Kalbelia dances which is native to the villages here and, are conducted for three days in the months of January of February, every year.
Jaipur Jaisalmer 08.30 P.M 08.30 A.M

Jaisalmer To Jodhpur

Being a part of Rajasthan, it has no dearth of exquisite palaces, architecturally astounding forts and temples. Jodhpur is the second largest city after Jaipur. It was the capital of the erstwhile Marwar kingdom.
  • Known as the Sun City, given the seamless benevolence of Sun God’s warmth and light, this city is also popularly known as the ‘Blue City’. Apparently, the old city area contains houses painted in blue, giving a blue colour to the entire city against its landscape of Thar desert. Given its exotic looking historic buildings and, mesmerising landscapes, Jodhpur has featured in famous Hollywood movies like The Dark Knight rises and, The Darjeeling Limited.
  • Located only 250 kms from the border of Pakistan, Jodhpur is an important base for the BSF and Indian Army. The air base of Jodhpur is the largest of its kind in Asia and, given its strategic location, it played a major role in the Indo-Pak war of 1965 and 1971.’
  • Places to visit also include Umaid Bhawan Palace, Ghanta Ghar, Mehrangarh Fort and Balsamand Lake.
  • Jodhpur emerges in robustly vibrant colours during the Marwar festival. Given its proximity to Thar desert, spotting gypsies is not an uncommon sight.
Jaisalmer Jodhpur 05.45 P.M 10.45 P.M

Jodhpur To Ajmer/Pushkar

Surrounded by the mighty old Aravallis, Ajmer is a one of the princely cities of Rajasthan with the glory of having been ruled by the legendary warrior prince Prithviraj Chauhan somewhere in the latter half of twelfth century.
  • Located almost in the centre of Rajasthan, it is very famous for the holy shrine of Moinuddin Chishti, known as Ajmer Sharif Dargah. This holy shrine is at the foot of Taragarh hills and, historical references assert that this shrine was often visited by Emperor Akbar and his queen, on foot. Today, this place is visited by more than a hundred thousand pilgrims on a daily basis.
  • An artificial lake known as Anasagar is located to the north of the city and, is a major tourist attraction. Recently, Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana have selected Ajmer as one of the upcoming heritage cities.
  • Some of the notable attractions in Ajmer include Taragarh Fort, Adhai Din Ka Jhonpda – a mosque that was built by QutubuddinAibak and Akbari Fort and Museum that is now, a house of coveted antiques that resonate with Mughal and Rajput culture and warfare.
  • Besides, the architectural attractions, Ajmer is a shopper’s paradise that sells antiques, silver jewellery, Rajasthani craft items and Ittar. And, travelling about 14 kms north west of Ajmer, you will find a quaint little town – Pushkar which is considered to be one of the five sacred dhams for Hindus.
  • As per Hindu mythology, the hold pond at Pushkara is said to be the tears of Lord Shiva who mourned the demise of his wife – Sati, deeply. It is also known as Tirth Raj and, is swarmed with pilgrims and tourists alike.
  • Pushkar that is a home to more than 400 temples is one of the few places that has a temple for Lord Brahma, the creator of Universe.
  • Apart from its mythological significance, Pushkar is famous for its magnanimous cattle fairs wherein, five days are reserved by the villagers for fun and frolic. Trading of cattle, especially camels is the highlight of this fair, wherein approximately 50000 camels are cleaned, washed and adorned with jewellery and then, traded and sold. The fair is festive with magic shows, camel races, horse races, folk music and dance.
Jodhpur Ajmer/Pushkar 11.15 P.M 04.15 A.M

Ajmer/Pushkar To Udaipur

With a touch of ochre shades of Aravalli hills and with a splash of pristine blue of its lakes, Udaipur was once tagged as the most romantic spot in the Indian continent by Col James Tod, the first political agent for East India Company in 1829.
  • Founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh, Udaipur – the romantic city of Havelis and lakes stands splendidly in the Girwa valley on River Banas. During its imperial phase in history, it was the capital city for the Mewar Kingdom. One of its majestic highlights is the City Palace Museum that attracts tourists in droves, from worldwide. Essentially, the main part of City Palace has been converted into a museum that showcases myriad artefacts and exquisitely decorated mirrors.
  • The entrance of the City Palace museum begins with the Royal Courtyard that carries a historic significance. It is said that this was the place where MaharanaUdai Singh met a sage who advised him to build the city – Udaipur.
  • Rooms of this majestic palace are adorned with paintings that portray the famous stalemate Haldighati battle between the MahaRana Pratap and Emperor Akbar. At the end of the museum in the South side, there is a royal ladies’ quarters. Beautiful paintings showcasing the brave women’s hunting escapades and regal rides in palanquins.
Lake Pichola is yet another major attraction in Udaipur. 4 Kms long and 3 Kms wide, Lake Pichola stretches on the Eastern side of the city palace complex. Famous for tranquil boat rides between Rameshwarghat within the City Palace complex and Jagmandir Island, this lake is a cynosure for the eyes with its sublimely divine sunsets.
Ajmer/Pushkar Udaipur 08.31 P.M 02.01 A.M

Udaipur To Mumbai

Mumbai, India’s New York is the perfect example of a cosmopolitan which is a home not only to Indians but to many multinationals who visit as tourists and settle down, as the city’s own. It is also known as the city that never sleeps!
  • Mumbai, earlier known as Bombay is a conglomeration of seven islands that were apparently, fishing colonies in the past. How it emerged as a city with life at an incredibly fast pace is a story in itself! Being the financial capital of India, Mumbai is a city that sells dreams to people. Local trains, the dabbawallahs, the constant plying of taxis and, the beautifully constructed Sea link are examples of how pace and energy are in tandem in this city at a furious rate.
  • Although famous for its vada pavs, Paavbhajis and biryanis and firnis, this place has been influenced richly by multinationals when it comes to cuisines. Mumbai is a place that adapts to the kind of people it provides shelter to.
  • Besides being home to notable Bollywood personalities, it is also home to the biggest slum in Asia – Dharavi. And despite the stark demarcation between the rich and the poor, the bold and the beautiful, the dreamers and the chasers, this city has a pulse of its own. To survive and sustain here, all you need is gumption! That is what this city banks on!
Udaipur Mumbai 05.15P.M 07.00 A.M