Day 1: Arrival to Delhi airport. Meet and greet by our representative and transfer to your Hotel and take a good rest recovering from jetlag and prepare to fight for hustle and bustle of Delhi.
Day 2: Delhi sightseeing including popular UNESCO world heritage sights. Red fort, ancient residence of Mughal emperors until 1857 and constructed by fifth Mughal emperor Shah Jahan back in 1639.QutubMinar, is one of the tallest brick minaret in the world.Built as a victory tower back in 12th century.Jame masjid, built by Mughal emperors in 1656, one of the biggest masjid in Delhi, about 25000 people can pray in the courtyard at a time. Lotus Temple, the popular lotus temple is notable for its flower like shape is a prominent attraction of the city. Visit to the Lodhi garden, is one of the popular garden in Delhi famous for tomb. Visit to India gate, take some pictures.
Day 3: Delhi to Jaipur. After breakfast start a drive towards Jaipur, one of the popular and beautiful city of Rajasthan. It takes 6-7 hours to reach Jaipur. Discover the beauty of highways and make a stop for lunch. Reach the hotel, check in and time for rest and relaxation.
Day 4: Jaipur sightseeing include city palace include Chandra mahal and Mubarak mahal, palace complex of Jaipur, seat of maharajas, built in 1732 by Jai Singh II. Now it houses museum and factory of miniature painting. Continue sightseeing of Jantarmantar(solar observatory), is a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments, built by the Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh II, and completed in 1734 CE. It features the world's largest stone sundial, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Continue visit to Jalmahal, is considered as architectural beauty providing a picturesque view of the lake. The five story buildingbuilt in red sandstone. Continue visit to Amber Fort, a sixteenth century fort constructed by Man Singh, famous for its history and photography. In the evening continue visit to Hawamahal, practically a high screen wall to observe street festival for queens and palace woman while unseen from outside. Constructed out of red and pink sandstones by maharajaSawaiPratapsingh in 1799.
Day 5: Drive from Jaipur to Agra with a stop to FatehpurSikri. After few hours of drive one can stop for Fatehpursikri a city founded by Mughal emperor Akbar in 1569. Served as a capital of a Mughal empire from 1571 to 1585.Fatehpursikri famous for some of the iconic building of the area. The popular structure there areBulandDarwaja, a 55m high entrance from outside and gradually diminishing to a human size inside. Jama masjid, one of the first building constructed in the complex, famous for tomb of SalimChisti, a sufi saint. Panchmahal, a five storied palatial structure with the tiers gradually diminishing in size. Later continue drive to Agra. Afternoon visit to Agra including the famous one of the seven wonders of the worldTajMahal, is an ivory white marble mausoleum in the south bank of Yamuna river. Built in memory of his beloved deceased wife Mumtazmahal by Shah Jahan in 1643. The tomb of the MumtazMahal is the central focus of the entire complex of the TajMahal. Continue visit to Agra Fort, main residence of Mughal emperors until 1638, when the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi. Fort itself looks like a walled city.
Day 6: Drive from Agra to Khajuraho with visit to Orchha. Orchha is a small town founded in 1531 by RudraPratap Singh. Orchha is famous for its Jahangir Mahal, is built on a rectangular base and relieved by a circular tower at each corner surmounted by a dome.Also famous for Raja Mahal, Ramraja temple and royal chhatris. Continue drive to Khajuraho, check in in the hotel, rest and relax day with afternoon free to recover from tiredness which you have accumulated from the journey and rejuvenate for the remaining journey to Varanasi.
Day 7: Sightseeing of Khajuraho and flight/drive to Varanasi. Khajuraho is very famous for group of hindu and jain temples together. The temples are famous for its architecture and erotic carvings. Most of the temples are constructed during the reign of Chandela dynasty.
Day 8: Sightseeing of Varanasi. After breakfast head towards Sarnath, one of the world heritage site of UNESCO. Sarnath is the place where Buddha has given his first sermon. Visit to Chaukhandistupa, built in 4th to 6th century to mark the site where Lord Buddha and his first disciples met travelling from Bodhgaya to Sarnath. Visit to DhamekStupa, said to mark the spot where Buddha gave his first sermon for his five disciples after attaining enlightenment. Continue visit to Mulagandhakutivihar and Sarnath Museum. Afternoon visit to Hindu temple section of Varanasi including KashiVishwonath Temple, one of the popular Shiva temples in Varanasi constructed and destroyed many times by different hindu kings and muslim kings. Continue visit to Manasmandir, Birla temple and Sankatmochan.Evening take a boat ride to observe Ganges and explore the ghats and to observe the Grand Arati Ceremony, one of the major attraction of Varanasi.
Day 9: Departure to another destination or Delhi and fly back home country.