Duration : 11 Days / 10 Nights
Destination Covered :
Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Corbett National Park - Delhi
At this tour, India’s bounty is explored fully as we travel the Golden triangle and Jim Corbett National Park. Corbett National Park was the starting point of the Project Tiger that was launched in 1973. It is an all time favourite for wildlife experts, tourists and naturalists alike. People from India as well as abroad flock here to see tigers and to feel the pleasure of being in the lap of nature.
Agra, Jaipur and Delhi clubbed with Jim Corbett National Park gives a complete senses-stimulating itinerary. On one hand the Golden triangle sites like Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Qutab Minar and Hawa Mahal will win your heart and simultaneously on the other, natural haunts at the Corbett national park will enchant you totally. All in all, a fascinating trip awaits you!
Upon arrival at Delhi International Airport, you will be met by a Travelogy India representative and will be transferred to a hotel pre-booked for you. Our representative assist you check in progress and will handed over tour related documents. Overnight stay in Delhi.
Post breakfast, set out on a guided sightseeing tour of Delhi. Jama Masjid (largest mosque in India), Rajghat/Mahatma Gandhi Memorial, Red Fort (expansive red coloured fortress), the nearby busy streets of Chandni Chowk market are some spots in Old Delhi; Humayun’s Tomb (place where Humayun, a Mughal king was buried), Qutab Minar (second tallest minaret in India), Lotus Temple (Baha’i faith temple), Birla Temple (enshrining Lord Vishnu), India Gate & all the government buildings on Rajpath are some spots in New Delhi which are put in the touring schedule for you. Back to the hotel after sightseeing. Overnight in Delhi.
Early morning after breakfast reach Jaipur by a comfortable drive covering 260 kms in 5-6 hours. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is also called Pink City. This is because it was painted pink all over while undergoing a facelift before the time visit by Prince of Wales was due in 1905-06. Check in to a hotel on arrival and spend night peacefully enjoying every bit of the hospitable treatment offered here.
After having your breakfast at the hotel, start exploring Jaipur by visiting the three forts overlooking it: Amber Fort (climb to it on an elephant’s back), Jaigarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort. Come afternoon, you will be taken to visit City Palace housing a museum showcasing artefacts and weapons of olden times. Along with this, visit two famous landmarks of Jaipur- Hawa Mahal/Palace of Winds (which is called so because it was constructed with 935 windows to enable royal women to observe the outside activities standing behind the strong walls of the palace) and Jantar Mantar observatory which was built by Jai Singh II to observe astronomical happenings.
Start for Agra via an assisted drive after breakfast (240 kms in 6-7 hours). Stopover at Fatehpur Sikri which was once the capital city of Akbar’s Mughal Empire but was left behind by him after complete water supply failure. Buland Darwaaza which is largest gateway in the whole world, tomb of Sufi saint Sheikh Salim Chishti and Jama Masjid are not to be missed sites here. Resume your drive and check in to a hotel on your arrival at Agra. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Followed by breakfast will be the sightseeing trip of Agra city. Some famous places pointed down in your Agra itinerary will be Agra Fort (a UNESCO world heritage site), Akbar’s Fort, properly neatened and groomed Ram Bagh Lawns, Jam Masjid and Dayal Bagh Temple. Spotlight will be on the Taj Mahal (one of the ‘Seven Wonders of the World’) which was constructed by Shahjahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Afterwards, we leave for Unchagaon which is a village opening way for Uttaranchal. Check in to a hotel on arrival. Overnight stay in Unchagaon.
Day free till afternoon to ease out enjoying the royal environs of Unchagaon Fort. Afterwards we leave for Corbett National Park and on reaching an aided transfer to a hotel. Night stay in the lap of nature at the hotel in Corbett.
Corbett National Park is a home to various plant and animal species and lush green landscape of this place will mesmerize you completely. In spite of being the oldest national park, it has been properly maintained as it receives heavy tourist traffic all time around the year. Morning and afternoon on day eighth will be devoted to slow drives in a jeep through the Corbett National Park. Chances to spot tigers during the safari. Return to the hotel for relaxing night stay.
Early morning touring of Corbett National Park driving in a jeep with a naturalist. After returning back to the hotel de-stress yourself for rest of the day and spend your time in leisurely activities. Sleep well with sweet dreams.
Following an early morning meal, we take you back to Delhi (driving 255 kms in 5-6 hours). Transfer to a hotel on arrival and overnight stay in there.
Reach the airport in time to board the flight for onward destination and take with yourself happy remembrances.