introductory tour to the splendours and majesty of North
India, this tour has been designed to reveal the highlights
of India, from the opulent palaces and imposing, desert
fortresses of Rajasthan to the Mughal capital of Agra;
the bustling capital of Delhi to the solitary temples
at Ranakpur. Travelling by train, air and road, you
have a chance to experience the ever-changing countryside
and different modes of transport.
Delhi is first a treasure trove of monuments. It
consists of more than 1,300 monuments which are a veritable
museum of architectural splendours.
Agra once the capital of Mughal India, is famous
for the world renowned Taj Mahal, the mammoth Fort and
the impressive Itmad-ud-Daulah.
Sikandra High battlement walls pierced on each side
by four gateways built of red sandstone enclose Sikandra
- the mausoleum of Akbar, placed at the centre of a
Jaipur - The Pink City of Rajasthan is a stunning
example of the Rajput artistry.The sightseeing tour
of the city includes a visit to the City Palace, Hawa
Mahal (Palace of the Winds), Amber fort adn Samode Palace.
Ranakpur one of the five most important pilgrimage
sites of Jainism. It is home to an exceptionally beautiful
temple complex in the Aravali ranges.
Chittorgarh has all the romance of the Rajput history.
The impressive citadel rises about 150 Mts. and is protected
by massive walls that encircle the plateau. The gateways
of Chittorgarh are of considerable architectural interest,
within the fort stands the oldest palace at Chittor,
the ruined palace of Rana Khumbha.Two extraordinary
towers; the Tower of Fame and the Tower of Victory dominate