Duration: 10 Nights / 11 Days
Destination Covered : Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Mathura - Vrindavan - Kosi - Haridwar - Rishikesh - Delhi
India is a most beautiful and mesmerizing country in the world. It has a rich tradition of art and culture and can thus give a unique experience to tourists. Tourists visit in this country to have a flavor of the amazing diversified culture from all over the world.
The odyssey begins with the Journey Through the Heart of India tour package when the tourists arrive in Delhi, the capital of India. The tourists are self-willed to spend the rest of the day at leisure and stay overnight in the designated Delhi hotel.
Day 2 of the Journey Through the Heart of India within the confines of Travelogy India, includes tours to the imposing Red Fort and the somber and serene Rajghat, the mystic's delight Yogmaya Temple, the religiously significant Lakshmi Narayan Temple, the commonly visited Chattarpur Temple, the popular Jama Masjid and the crowded bazaars of Chandni Chowk. An entertaining sound and light show awaits the tourists in the exquisite Red fort. An overnight stay at one of the local hotels completes the day in the capital.
Day 3 of the Journey Through the Heart of India package begins with a sumptuous breakfast leading up to Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. On arrival at Jaipur, the tour itinerary includes a trip to the proud and imposing Amber Fort. Later on, one can halt at the hotel. In the evening the tour itinerary includes a visit to the gala resort Chokhi Dhani village and an attendant dinner with the day ending with a stay in the local hotel.
Day 4 of the Journey Through the Heart of India tour package comprises of a visit to Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. The stately Amber Fort, the charming Hawa Mahal and an exquisite Jantar Mantar, and the Royal Observatory are some of the travel destinations which need to be visited by the tourists who have embarked on this travel tour. A travel tour to the versatile bazaars of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India would lead to a halt in the night at a local hotel.
Day 5 of the Journey Through the Heart of India tour package within the confines of Travelogy India, kick starts with a trip to the fascinating Fatehpur Sikri and then continues with a drive to Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. Fatehpur Sikri is a historic city which was founded by Emperor Akbar when he was anointed by the Sufi saint, Sheikh Salim Chisti who belonged to the near about region. Paucity of water led to the shifting of populations from the city. Agra beckons the tourist for an overnight stay in one of the better off local hotels.
Day 6 of the tour incorporates a visit to the majestic and our very own Taj Mahal that was constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife. Afternoon is a different ball game altogether as it includes a trip to the historically significant Agra fort along with a consequent stay in one of the better placed local hotels.
The travel tour begins with a drive to Mathura-Vrindavan after a delectable breakfast has been consumed. River Yamuna can serve as an ideal place for a bout of boating with a consequent stay awaiting the tourist in Kosi, further up the travel tour.
As the eight-day of the travel tour approaches, the tourists are ferried to Rishikesh where they are lodged in for the night for the sake of a well-earned night halt.
Day 9 of the Journey Through the Heart of India tour package promises an early morning breakfast and continues with a full day tour of Rishikesh. Ashrams located in Rishikesh, Uttaranchal, India, form a major focal point in Rishikesh, located in Utttaranchal, North India, India. The night stay occurs in Rishikesh, Uttaranchal, India.
Day 10 is a special one as it begins with a travel tour to the legendary Vashishtha's cave and later the tourists can also regale themselves with white water rafting on the Ganges. The night is spent at Rishikesh, located in Uttaranchal, India.
The travel tour ends on day 11. The day begins with the tourist's having a tasty breakfast and then being driven to Delhi, India, where the tourist congregation gets into a hotel, has it's dinner and then the individual travelers move on towards their respective places of stay and destinations.