Connecting some of the best and most lavish destinations of India including Agra’s Taj Mahal and Jaipur’s City Palace, Regal India is a 3-in-1 combo Hop-On, Hop-Off pass that provides the perfect introduction to India.
Connecting some of the best and most lavish destinations of India including Agra’s Taj Mahal and Jaipur’s City Palace, Regal India is a 3-in-1 combo Hop-On, Hop-Off pass that provides the perfect introduction to India. Visit Delhi’s Red Fort and discover Jaipur’s HawaMahal with this fantastic-value tour.
The tour starts in New Delhi and triangulates back via Agra and Jaipur with a stop in Bharatpur.
Notable attractions that fall on this route include:
- Delhi’s colorful ChandniChowk, the most famous shopping strip crammed with stores selling saris and glittery shoes
- Jaipur’s Pink City and JantarMantar, a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments
- And Agra’s TajMahal, an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the bank of Yamuna
Delhi To Agra
- • The first thing that comes to mind on hearing about Agra is the exotically constructed marble mausoleum – Taj Mahal that also happens to be one of the eight wonders in the world. This beautiful architectural masterpiece that majestically stands on a 186 x 186 feet raised square platform was erected by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife – ArjumandBano Begum around 1648 AD. This monument has been defined by Rabindra Nath Tagore as ‘a tear on the face of eternity’ that shall remain ‘a tender elegy in marble’ to the world.
- • The other tourist attraction of Agra is the ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri. It is believed that Akbar, the great emperor of 16th century visited a saint – Shaikh Salim Chishti, to seek blessings 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
- 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
- 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.
FROM TO DEPART ARRIVE Bharatpur Jaipur 07.20 P.M 11.30 P.M
Jaipur To Delhi
- • Lutyens’ Delhi is one of the costliest residential places in the world. No wonder, it is home to affluent politicians and minsters. The neighbourhood houses some of the prominent buildings like magnificent Rashtrapati Bhavan on Raisina Hill, the Secretariat building, the Prime Minister’s office and the Rajpath – the road that connects Rashtrapati Bhavan and the India Gate. Much of the architecture of this neighbourhood was Edwin Lutyen’s brainchild, the British architect who served in the British Empire before independence.
- • Apart from its class and royalty, Delhi also is a food lover’s dream. With delectable Mughlai recipes intoxicating the olfactory senses with its aroma during Ramadan in the Jama Masjid area and, with its beautiful panoramic old city view, it gives us a peek into its humble and subtle persona that unfolds slowly with time. Other notable tourist attractions include, Qutub Minar, the Lotus Temple, Humayun’s tomb and the Iron Pillar of Delhi.
|Jaipur||Delhi||08.00 P.M||02.00 P.M|