India in love

For all Indian lovers of the sultans, the circuit through Rajasthan and Benares offers us the opportunity to get to know the most romantic India. From varied landscapes that go from the desert to the winding mountain ranges, it is an itinerary between palaces, temples and lakes ending the trip in Benares, perhaps the most mystical city in the world.

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Delhi
Overnight on board.

Day 2: Delhi
Upon arrival at the Delhi airport, meet and transfer to the hotel. Visit to the city including Raj Ghat, Jama Maskid and transfer to Red Fort and Chandni Chowk. In New Delhi we visited Qutub Minar built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibek in 1199, the tomb of Humayun, the Gateway of India and the Lakshiminarayan temple. Transfer to see the President's house, Parliament and Government buildings. Overnight at Delhi hotel.

Day 3: Delhi - Mandawa
Breakfast and transfer tor Mandawa. Known as an open-air art gallery, the medieval region of shekhavati comprises the districts of Sikar and Jhunjhunu. We can see important havelis in Nawalgarh, Dundlod. Overnight at Mandawa or Nawalgarh.

Day 4: Mandawa - Bikaner
Breakfast and transfer to Bikaner, a fortress city built with red sandstone and surrounded by impressive medieval walls, still under the influence of the Thar desert. In the afternoon we visit the imposing 16th century fort that houses ancient palaces, temples and a mosque. The fort, founded by Raja Rai Sengh, is recognizable by its 37 pavilions, and a series of balconies and windows of varied designs. A huge arcade leads to the Joramal temple. The royal chapel is Har Mandir where weddings and royal births were celebrated. Overnight at Bikaner hotel.

Day 5: Bikaner - Jaisalmer
After the breakfast, transfer to Jaisalmer. Overnight at Jaisalmer Hotel.

Day 6: Jaisalmer Breakfast
This city, located in the middle of the Thar desert seems straight out of a story of a thousand and one nights. In the morning we visit different Havelis or houses of the rich merchants of the silk route who have exquisite engravings and filigree works. There are still people who live in these ancient buildings dating from the 12th to the 15th centuries. Overnight at Jaisalmer hotel.

Day 7: Jaisalmer - Jodhpur
Breakfast and transfer overland to Jodhpur, the blue city of Rajasthan. In the afternoon we visit Fort Meharangarh. Inside we can see many palaces and a beautiful museum, the Moti-Mahal and the Phool Mahal. Then we went to the Jaswant Thada or royal cenotaph, built in the nineteenth century in commemoration of Maharaja Jaswant Singh. We ended up visiting the government museum, which is located in the Umaid gardens. Overninght at the Jodhpur hotel.

Day 8: Jodhpur - Udaipur
Breakfast and tranfer to Udaipur. The city of lakes and one of the most romantic cities in India. Halfway there we stop to visit the impressive Jain temples of Ranakpur. They were built between the 12th and 15th centuries and are dedicated to Rikhabdev and Sambhavanth. There are 1444 columns in the temple and none of them is the same. The magic of light and shadow is amazing. Overnight at Udaipur hotel.

Day 9: Udaipur
Breakfast.We visit the City Palace, the Jagdesh temple, built in 1651 and dedicated to Vishnu, Sahelien ki bari or Garden of the maidens, where we see its fountains, pergolas and marble elephants. We will follow the Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir, a popular art museum, to finish the tour around the lake. Free afternoon and overnight at Udaipur hotel.

Day 10: Udaipu-Puskhar
Breakfast and transfer to Pushkar. Next we visit the sacred lake and the famous Brahma temple. Pushkar is one of the main holy places of Hinduism. Overnight at Pushkar hotel.

Day 11: Pushkar - Jaipur
After breakfast, transfer to Jaipur. We visited the fort of Amber, the former capital of the state and from where the royal house of Jaipur ruled for 7 centuries. We visit the Sheesh Mahal or Gallery of mirrors, wonderful corridors, patios and halls. In the afternoon we visit the city of Jaipur. Including the Jantar Mantar which is a magnificent observatory, the City Palace. From the outside we see the Hawa Mahal also known as Palace of the Winds, symbol of Jaipur, to finish touring the commercial and residential districts of the pink city of India. Built by Maharaja Jai ​​Sengh, the famous astronomer, the city is 260 years old. Overnight at Jaipur hotel.

Day 12: Jaipur Breakfast
At the scheduled time, visit Amber Fort. Just leave through the gates of Jaipur, climb elephant back to the fort. After visiting the site, we cross the gates of Jaipur again to visit the Hawa Mahal, known as the Palace of the Winds, which stands out for its facade of 593 windows. From there, the women of the harem contemplated the daily life of the city. We continue with the visit to the Jantar Mantar astronomical observatory built as part of a network of five observatories, of which only those of Delhi, Jaipur and Varanasi can be visited. The objective of these observatories was to determine the coordinates of planets and stars. Return to the hotel and rest of the afternoon free. Accomodation.

Day 13: Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Breakfast. In the morning we leave for Agra, stopping to visit Fatehpur Sikri en route, 40 km away. of Agra. Fatehpur Sikri, a city built with red sandstone and one of the most beautiful examples of Mughal architecture, by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and abandoned 15 years later due to water scarcity. We visited the Jama Masjid, the mausoleum of Salim Chisti, the Panch Mahal and other Palaces. In the afternoon we visit the Taj Mahal. With its architectural simplicity, perfect balance and proportion of structure, the Taj Mahal is perhaps one of the seven wonders of the world. Next we visit the Agra Fort, where we can see the public and private hearing rooms. Accomodationt at Agra hotel.

Day 14: Agra - Jhansi - Khajurao
Transfer to the station to take the train to Jhansi. Upon aarival at Jhansi we take our car to go to Khajuraho. Upon arrival at Khajuraho and visit the world famous temples of Khajuraho, built by the Chandelas between 950 AD. and 1050 AD. The most important are the Chaunset Yogeni Kali temple, the Mahadev temple, the Chitragupta temple and the Bharatji temple, in which you can see a beautiful image of Vishnu with 11 heads, as well as the temples of Vishvanath and Nandi, the temple of Lakshmana , as well as the Visha de Shiva temple, the latter being the largest and most famous of them all. Visit to the group of temples of the East, including the only Jaimist temple of Khajuraho, Parasvanath, with its excellent sculptures on the outer walls of the Sanctum. The Javeri temple is dedicated to Vishnu, while the rest of the temples of this group are dedicated to Brahma, Yamuna and Adinath. Overnight at Khajuraho hotel.

Day 15: Khajurao - Benarés
After breakfast, transfer to the airport to take the flight to Varanasi. Upon arrivat at Varanasi ( Benarés) airport, transfer to the hotel.

Day 16: Benares - Delhi
Early in the morning we will go to the area of ​​the Ghats that extend over four kilometers and attract about 60,000 people a day, since it is the best time of day, in which the river is illuminated by a dim light and the pilgrims go to pray to the rising sun. We will take a boat trip on the Ganges. After the boat ride, we will go through the streets of the city of Varanasi, back to our vehicle to return to the hotel for breakfast. Breakfast and transfer to the airport to take the flight back to Delhi. Arrival in Delhi, reception at the airport and free time until the departure time of the flight back. Possibility courtesy room until the time of departure of the flight. At the scheduled time, transfer to the international airport to take the return flight.

Day 17: Arrival
Arrival at the home city.

Incluye

Domestic flights
Airport and transfer assistance.
Parck and monuments entrances.
Basic travel insurance.

No Incluye

Other aspects not mentioned in the section include.
Multiasistance insurance and cancellation, optional.
Visa, border taxes
International flights

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Jul 31ºC 23ºC 0ºC 75% 41% 155ml 16kmh
Aug 30ºC 22ºC 0ºC 75% 41% 155ml 13kmh
Sep 32ºC 20ºC 0ºC 75% 22% 74ml 10kmh
Oct 32ºC 16ºC 0ºC 75% 6% 20ml 9kmh
Nov 29ºC 12ºC 0ºC 75% 2% 3ml 9kmh
Dec 26ºC 9ºC 0ºC 75% 1% 2ml 10kmh
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Feb 27ºC 14ºC 0ºC 66% 4% 7ml 11kmh
Mar 33ºC 20ºC 0ºC 66% 3% 7ml 12kmh
Apr 38ºC 25ºC 0ºC 66% 5% 9ml 13kmh
May 40ºC 28ºC 0ºC 66% 8% 16ml 15kmh
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Apr 38ºC 24ºC 0ºC 59% 8% 16ml 12kmh
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Aug 34ºC 27ºC 0ºC 59% 48% 163ml 10kmh
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Nov 25ºC 11ºC 0ºC 59% 2% 5ml 9kmh
Dec 20ºC 8ºC 0ºC 59% 4% 7ml 10kmh
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Feb 26ºC 13ºC 0ºC 59% 9% 19ml 11kmh
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Apr 38ºC 24ºC 0ºC 59% 8% 16ml 12kmh
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