Duration: 14 Days 15 Nights

Description : Delhi, Agra, Gwalior, Bhopal, Mandu, Maheshwar and Mumbai and Goa

Day 01: Arrive DELHI
Upon Arrival in Delhi, you will be greeted by our Representative after Immigration and Customs clearance.
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(DELHI – India’s Capital and political seat is a bustling Metropolis with 25 Million Inhabitants. Divided into 2 Parts – OLD and new. Old built by Moghuls and NEW designed during the British time, which is even now known as “LYUTENS” (the architecture) Delhi.
Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi

Day 02: DELHI
Morning proceed for the visit of Old Delhi – visit the splendid Mosque – Jama Masjid – the largest mosque in India and is one of architectural works of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan – the Builder of Taj Mahal. Walk through the colorful shopping bazaar known as Chandni Chowk (“Silver Street”), enjoy Rickshaw ride at Chandni Chowk. Drive past the Red Fort – a majestic Fort and an erstwhile seat of power – which encapsulates a long period of Indian history and its arts. Also visit Raj Ghat, where Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi was cremated

Afternoon you will visit Qutub Minar – a soaring Afghan style Tower and Minaret erected by Qutb-Ud-din in 1193 – the pride of Delhi. Humayun’s Tomb, is the Delhi’s first Mughal mausoleum, built in 16th Century is constructed of red sandstone, inlaid with black and white marble. It was built in accordance to the Indo Islamic architecture. Orientation drive of India Gate, President House.
Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi

Day 03: Delhi –Agra – Fatehpur Sikri
Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Railway Station
06:10: Leave by one of the fast Trains for Agra
08:00: On Arrival you will be greeted by our Guide and he will drive you to Fathepur Sikri UNESCO Heritage site was once the Capital of Agra though for short time during the reign of Emperor Akbar. The City was an Indo-Islamic masterpiece. Visit the Mosque, Diwan-i-khas in the Palace.
Check-in at the Hotel

AFTERNOON: Visit Taj Mahal – – one of the seven Wonders of the world built by Emperor Shah Jehan in memory of his beloved Consort Mumtaz Mahal, this beautiful Mausoleum in pure marble is an architectural marvel. Agra Fort – built by Emperor Akbar. The maze of Courtyards, mosques & Private Chambers of the Fort echo the Story of the Mughal Empire.
Overnight at the Hotel in Agra

DAY 04 – AGRA – GWALIOR (By Train)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Railway Station
08:10 Leave for Gwalior
09:35 – Arrive – Transfer to Hotel

(Gwalior – According to a legend, Gwalior derives its name from a great sage Gwalipa who cured a chief of the Kachwaha clan suffering from leprosy. Gwalior’s strategic position between north and south India made it an important possession and was captured by several ruling houses.)

Afternoon – Visit the Gwalior Fort built in 15th Century, Man Mandir – the Fort’s piece de resistance, Gujari Mahal speaks of his love. The palace has been now converted into a museum and houses very good collection of Jain and Hindu artifacts,
Overnight at the Hotel in Gwalior

Day 05 – GWALIOR – BHOPAL by Train
Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Railway Station
09:28 – Leave fast Train for Bhopal
14:05 – Arrive Gwalior – Transfer to Hotel

(BHOPAL – a city in Central India and the Capital of this State is known as cities of Lakes for its natural and artificial Lakes. Divided by Lakes, North is Muslim dominated Old City with Mosques. North of here reminds the tragic incident of Chemical Plant. Tragedy aside it is also one of the greenest cities of India. South of Lake, is a modern City with Hotels, Shopping Malls).

After Check-in at the Hotel
Rest of the Day FREE
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Bhopal

Day 06 – BHOPAL
Breakfast in the Hotel
City sightseeing of Bhopal- Visit Birla Museum to see the 10th Century Old Sculptures, Van vihar Natural Park, where Animals are kept in natural habitat, Upper Lake.

Afternoon: Visit BHIMEKA CAVES – 40Km from Bhopal these Caves boast of Rock Shelters and some of the finest Pre-historic Cave paintings in South Asia. The caves evolved over time into rock-shelters, ideal sites for aboriginal settlements and abundant natural resources like perennial water supplies, natural shelter, rich forest flora and fauna were conducive to the development of sustainable societies and creation of notable rock art.
Evening – Return to the Hotel in Bhopal
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Bhopal

Day 07 – BHOPAL – INDORE (200Km – 5Hrs)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Leave by Car for Indore – (has a rich cultural heritage. The city was ruled over by some of the greatest rulers, who have given it their legacy in the form of various historical monuments and religious places.)

After Arrival – Check in at the Hotel
Afternoon: Visit Chokhi Dhani, Central Musuem, Chhatris – (The Maratha Rulers were skilled in the field of architecture. An exquisite example of their architectural style comprise of the Chattris of Indore. These chhattris are the cenotaphs built in the memory of the Holkar rulers. The memorials are built in stone and have stood the test of time), Lal Baag Palace, Kanch Mandir (a temple which is entirely made up of glass and mirrors. It is also known as the Seth Hukamchand Temple, as it was built by the “Cotton King” Sir Hukamchand Seth in the early 20th century. It is primarily a Jain temple and is a wonder in glass.)
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Indore.

Day 08 – INDORE – MAHESHWAR (95Km – 2Hrs)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Leave by Car for MAHESHWAR (located on the North Bank of Narmada River is a peaceful town with spiritual significance. The town is dominated by 16th Century Fort which was built by Emperor Akbar. The Maheshwar Palace and the Temples within were built by Queen Ahilyabai.)

After Arrival, Check-in at the Hotel
Afternoon – Visit the Fort. Boat Ride on River
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Maheshwar

Day 09 – MAHESHWAR-MANDU (45Km – 1Hrs)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Leave by Car for Mandu (Mandu, due to its strategic position and natural Defences, was an important place with a rich and varied history. It was an important military outpost and its military past can be gauged by the circuit of the battlemented wall, which is nearly 37 km (23 mi) and is punctuated by 12 gateways.)
After Arrival, Check-in at the Hotel

Afternoon – Visit the ruins of Mandu
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Mandu

Day 10 – MANDU – INDORE (95Km – 2Hrs)- flight to Mumbai
Breakfast in the Hotel
Leave by Car for Indore Airport
Leave by Flight for Mumbai
After Arrival in Mumbai, you will be transferred to a Hotel near Airport
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Mumbai

Day 11 – Mumbai – GOA (By Flight)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Transfer to Airport
Leave by Flight for Goa
After Arrival in Goa, you will be transfer to Hotel
Rest of the Day FREE
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Goa

Day 12 – GOA
Breakfast in the Hotel
Morning: City sightseeing of Old Goa – is all about visiting its various churches, chapels, and cathedrals that are an architectural delight and are considered as the largest in Asia. Visit Chapel of St. Cajetan, St. Cathedral of St. Catherine, Basilica of Bom Jesus. Other interesting places to see in Old Goa are up on Holy Hill, are the Chapel of our Lady of the Rosary (one of the oldest in Goa), and the Convent of Santa Monica, reputed to be amongst the largest convents in the Portuguese empire, with a Miraculous Cross at the altar.
Afternoon – At Leisure
Overnight stay at the Hotel in Goa

Day 13 – GOA – MUMBAI (By Air)
Breakfast in the Hotel
Morning – At Leisure

Late Afternoon – Transfer to Airport
Leave by Flight for Mumbai
After Arrival in Mumbai, You will be transferred to Hotel
Overnight Stay at the Hotel in Mumbai

Day 14 – MUMBAI
Breakfast in the Hotel
Visit Elephanta Caves: Drive to Gateway of India and thence by Motor Launch to the Caves. These are Rock-cut Temples on Elephanta Island. The Main Cave with a number of large sculpted panels, all relating to Shiva, and a separate lingam shrine. Visit the famous Trimurti or triple-headed Siva, where the God also takes the role of Brahma, the Creator and Vishnu the preserver.Central bust of Siva, its eyes closed in eternal countemplation, may be the most serene sight. Also see figures of Siva dancing the Tandava, the marriage of Siva and Parvati.

Afternoon: Sightseeing of Mumbai. Gateway of India, Flora Fountain, Town Hall, church Gate, Prince of Wales Muscum, Mani bhavan Malabar Hill and Nariman Point.
Overnight at the Hotel in Mumbai

Day 15 – MUMBAI – BACK HOME
Transfer to International Airport
Fly Home