Invite Only Palaces of India The Indian Holiday

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14 Days
New Delhi (2) - Amritsar (2) - Agra (1) - Jaipur (2) - Khajuraho (2) - Udaipur (2) - Mumbai (3) -
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New Delhi (2D) - Amritsar (2D) - Agra (1D) - Jaipur (2D) - Khajuraho (2D) - Udaipur (2D) - Mumbai (3D) -

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HIGHLIGHTS

This is Luxury Series Invitation Only limited edition series. We invite our exclusive guest to experience hand crafted India experiences which is rare to see and availability series. You would experiences luxury hotels where celebrities get occasional chance to see so feel more then celebrity if you are with us.

HOLIDAY TYPE

LuxuryFamilyHoneymoonExperiential StaysMonumentsExperiential Diwali IndiaHoli

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Private Jet, English Speaking Guide, Luxury Hotels, Bell Boy, Breakfast on Bed, All Meals, 24x7 Supp

WHAT'S EXCLUDED

Tips and Personal Nature Expenses

WHAT TO EXPECT

Expect a luxury tour which will pampers you across the tour and complete assistance anywhere on tour

TRANSFERS

Yes across the tour transfer is included in luxury cars.

ITINERARY

Day 1 - New Delhi :   Welcome to Delhi, The Capital of India

Delhi officially called the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) holds within itself New Delhi, the capital of India. Worthy of its title too, since all the colors of India can be witnessed here. Delhi is located in the North of India between Haryana at the west and Uttar Pradesh at the East. The drainage of Delhi consists of Yamuna river flowing between Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and Hindon river that separates Ghaziabad from the eastern part of Delhi. The Aravalli ranges at the south of Delhi gives the whole landmark an ascent. Best time to visit Delhi from October to March. Delhi has managed to weave in its tapestry all the threads of Glorious past in the colors of present urbanization. The essence of Islamic architecture could be seen in the monuments like Alai Darwaza, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb where the sandstones are embellished with white marble: this sort of place is sought after by traveler, historians from different part of the world & who are curious about the medieval history of the world. The amiable atmosphere of the vibrant markets of Old Delhi including the Dariba Kalan, Chawri Bazar, Katra Neel, Bhagirath Palace, Nai Sarak and Khari Baoli are the perfect joint for the tourist who wants to take back memories in the form of souvenirs or who are eager to imbibe the Indian culture in their daily life in the form of trinkets and clothes they wear and in the spices they use in their daily food.

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Being first day in India on arrival mostly we suggest to relax and start day at leisure.

  • Here you will met our representative at Airport
  • Transferred to Hotel
  • Dinner at Hotel

If time permit we can add some optional activities, according to your preference.

Overnight in Delhi.

Day 2 - New Delhi :   Iconic Delhi

Delhi officially called the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) holds within itself New Delhi, the capital of India. Worthy of its title too, since all the colors of India can be witnessed here. Delhi is located in the North of India between Haryana at the west and Uttar Pradesh at the East. The drainage of Delhi consists of Yamuna river flowing between Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and Hindon river that separates Ghaziabad from the eastern part of Delhi. The Aravalli ranges at the south of Delhi gives the whole landmark an ascent. Best time to visit Delhi from October to March. Delhi has managed to weave in its tapestry all the threads of Glorious past in the colors of present urbanization. The essence of Islamic architecture could be seen in the monuments like Alai Darwaza, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb where the sandstones are embellished with white marble: this sort of place is sought after by traveler, historians from different part of the world & who are curious about the medieval history of the world. The amiable atmosphere of the vibrant markets of Old Delhi including the Dariba Kalan, Chawri Bazar, Katra Neel, Bhagirath Palace, Nai Sarak and Khari Baoli are the perfect joint for the tourist who wants to take back memories in the form of souvenirs or who are eager to imbibe the Indian culture in their daily life in the form of trinkets and clothes they wear and in the spices they use in their daily food.

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  • Red fort
  • Jama Masjid, iconic mosque of India
  • Rickshaw ride through Chandani Chowk
  • Welcome Cocktail Dinner at Hotel

Day 3 - Amritsar :   Explore Amritsar

Amritsar is the home of the world famous Golden Temple. Amritsar promises to give you a spiritual and a feel of Indian national pride. Reaching Amritsar is easy as it is connected to the most important cities of India.

Punjabi Delights

Amritsar is known for its lip smacking Punjabi food. A perfect blend of spices and taste, Amrisari food is to die for. To have the authentic Punajbi experience, dive into some chicken tikka, amritsari kulcha, chole bhature, lassi, amritsari fish and some rajma chawal. Its easy to find multi cuisines as well.

At the center of its walled old town, the gilded Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) is the holiest gurdwara (religious complex) of the Sikh religion. It’s at the end of a causeway, surrounded by the sacred Amrit Sarovar tank (lake), where pilgrims bathe.

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  • After Settling down visit a farm in Amritsar followed by Punjabi lunch
  • Visit Wagha Border, famous India Pakistan Border
  • Dinner at Hotel


Day 4 - Amritsar :   Explore Amritsar

Amritsar is the home of the world famous Golden Temple. Amritsar promises to give you a spiritual and a feel of Indian national pride. Reaching Amritsar is easy as it is connected to the most important cities of India.

Punjabi Delights

Amritsar is known for its lip smacking Punjabi food. A perfect blend of spices and taste, Amrisari food is to die for. To have the authentic Punajbi experience, dive into some chicken tikka, amritsari kulcha, chole bhature, lassi, amritsari fish and some rajma chawal. Its easy to find multi cuisines as well.

At the center of its walled old town, the gilded Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) is the holiest gurdwara (religious complex) of the Sikh religion. It’s at the end of a causeway, surrounded by the sacred Amrit Sarovar tank (lake), where pilgrims bathe.

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  • Visit Golden Temple, yes India's most famous Temple of real Gold
  • Jallianwalla Bagh, a site in british era where hundreads of Indians mascaraed
  • Lunch at Hotel
  • Return to Golden Temple, putting to bed "Holy Book" Ceremoney
  • Dinner at Hotel

Day 5 - Agra :   Arrive Agra

AGRA, whenever you hear of Agra, the picture of Taj Mahal is an unavoidable impulse. While the city's most popular attraction remains to be the Taj Mahal, there is so much more to this Mughal kingdom. Lately, tourists are taking the effort in shifting their focus from the ever-crowded, but ethereal Taj Mahal to the other historical and architectural gems of Agra. 

Location and Climate

Sitting near the banks of Yamuna river, Agra is situated in the North-Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is approximately 200kms away from New Delhi, the capital city of India. It enjoys a semiarid climate with the winters being mild and the summers being hot and dry, with a 3 months spell of monsoons from August to October. The peak season to visit Agra is from October to March, where the city entertains the tourists with pleasant weather. 

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  • After arrival straight to Taj Mahal, the monument of love
  • After Taj, return to board Jet for Jaipur and
  • Settle down Jaipur Luxury Hotel
  • Dinner at Jaipur Hotel

Day 6 - Jaipur :   Good Morning Jaipur

Jaipur, the walled city of Jaipur is announced UNESCO World Heritage site and is the only 2nd Indian City to be listed in pride. It was announced in 43rd Session of world heritage committee held at Baku, Azerbaijan. Jaipur got it title for 2nd UNESCO World heritage site for the first planned settlement founded in 1727. City was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh ll in 1727. Architecture of Jaipur walled city was done by Vidhyadar Bhattacharya was from Bengal. Jaipur planning demonstrated as 'Historical Hindu, Contemporary Western and Mughal idea' interchange, Stated by UNESCO in declaration it as World heritage site.



Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and biggest city also in Rajasthan. Located in North of Rajasthan Jaipur host beautiful palaces, luxury hotels and authentic jewelry, handicrafts. Jaipur also host huge numbers of guest across the globe and famous for its unique offering which satiate Global tourist.

Jaipur also knows as the pink city, land filled with culture, forts, art and bright colours. It is the political, culture and heritage capital of Rajasthan. The number of forts and magnificent palaces that can be found here are unmatchable by any other place in India. It is the gem of Rajasthan that attracts millions of local and international tourists every year.

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  • Visit Amer Fort, Jaipur's iconic fort also part of UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Lunch on the way restaurant
  • Visit to City Palace and Jantar Mantar (Worlds largest Sun Dial)
  • Dinner at Hotel

Day 7 - Jaipur :   Explore Jaipur

Jaipur, the walled city of Jaipur is announced UNESCO World Heritage site and is the only 2nd Indian City to be listed in pride. It was announced in 43rd Session of world heritage committee held at Baku, Azerbaijan. Jaipur got it title for 2nd UNESCO World heritage site for the first planned settlement founded in 1727. City was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh ll in 1727. Architecture of Jaipur walled city was done by Vidhyadar Bhattacharya was from Bengal. Jaipur planning demonstrated as 'Historical Hindu, Contemporary Western and Mughal idea' interchange, Stated by UNESCO in declaration it as World heritage site.



Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and biggest city also in Rajasthan. Located in North of Rajasthan Jaipur host beautiful palaces, luxury hotels and authentic jewelry, handicrafts. Jaipur also host huge numbers of guest across the globe and famous for its unique offering which satiate Global tourist.

Jaipur also knows as the pink city, land filled with culture, forts, art and bright colours. It is the political, culture and heritage capital of Rajasthan. The number of forts and magnificent palaces that can be found here are unmatchable by any other place in India. It is the gem of Rajasthan that attracts millions of local and international tourists every year.

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  • Option to choose between leisure activities
  • Play Golf at Club and visit Hawa Mahal
  • Shopping and exploration local market

Day 8 - Khajuraho :   Fly to Khajuraho

Khajuraho and its monuments are located in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Built during the medieval times by the Chandela dynasty, Khajuraho are a group of 25 temples dedicated to Hinduism and Jainism, making it to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Explore nagora-style architecture and erotic sculptures in temples namely Ghantai, Mantanageshwar, Brahma, Vamana and many more. Curious tourists may also enjoy the sound and light show in the evening depicting religious facts about the ancient medieval times. The Khajuraho Dance Festival is held every winter near the Western group of temples with the backdrop of divinely lit temples. Stunning performances which showcase various Indian classical dance forms like Kathak, Kuchipudi, Bharatnatyam and many more make sure to enchant the visitors.

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  • Visit 85 Hindu Jain temples and enjoy stories of ancient times carved on stones and transfers to Panna Nationak Parl
  • Lunch en route
  • Panna National Park, move to Taj Wilderness Lodge
  • Meet locals and explore traditions and stories of Pardhi community
  • Dinner at Hotel

Day 9 - Khajuraho :   Panna National Park

Khajuraho and its monuments are located in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Built during the medieval times by the Chandela dynasty, Khajuraho are a group of 25 temples dedicated to Hinduism and Jainism, making it to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Explore nagora-style architecture and erotic sculptures in temples namely Ghantai, Mantanageshwar, Brahma, Vamana and many more. Curious tourists may also enjoy the sound and light show in the evening depicting religious facts about the ancient medieval times. The Khajuraho Dance Festival is held every winter near the Western group of temples with the backdrop of divinely lit temples. Stunning performances which showcase various Indian classical dance forms like Kathak, Kuchipudi, Bharatnatyam and many more make sure to enchant the visitors.

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  • Game Drive to explore wildlife
  • Lunch at Hotel/Lodge
  • Explore Indian cooking and food
  • Dinner at Hotel/Lodge

Day 10 - Udaipur :   Fly to Udaipur

Udaipur offers wonderful heritage spots for people who want to discover the royal times of Rajasthan. The City Palace of Udaipur is a fascinating place to start your journey with. Udaipur was founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh II as the new capital of Mewar Kingdom. The beautiful Lake Pichola Hotel situated in between Lake Pichola is a must visit for tourist who wants to feel the royal heritage of the crown jewel of Rajasthan. It was dubbed & quoted the most romantic spot on the continent of India's by British administrator James Tod.


Sahelion Ki Bari is a garden and tourist space in the northern part of the city. The picturesque city and lakes of Udaipur have also been used for the shooting various Bollywood blockbusters like Ram Leela and Dhadak. Like Jaipur, the best time to visit Udaipur is winters in order to escape the scorching sun of

Rajasthan during summers.

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  • Arrive Udaipur and settle down in hotel
  • Enjoy your day at leisure
  • Dinner at Hotel

Day 11 - Udaipur :   Explore Udaipur and Near By

Udaipur offers wonderful heritage spots for people who want to discover the royal times of Rajasthan. The City Palace of Udaipur is a fascinating place to start your journey with. Udaipur was founded in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh II as the new capital of Mewar Kingdom. The beautiful Lake Pichola Hotel situated in between Lake Pichola is a must visit for tourist who wants to feel the royal heritage of the crown jewel of Rajasthan. It was dubbed & quoted the most romantic spot on the continent of India's by British administrator James Tod.


Sahelion Ki Bari is a garden and tourist space in the northern part of the city. The picturesque city and lakes of Udaipur have also been used for the shooting various Bollywood blockbusters like Ram Leela and Dhadak. Like Jaipur, the best time to visit Udaipur is winters in order to escape the scorching sun of

Rajasthan during summers.

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  • Crustal Gallary at Fatehsagar
  • Lunch at restaurant
  • Private Cruise to Jag Mandir, Lake Pichola
  • Dinner at Hotel

Day 12 - Mumbai :   Explore Mumbai

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  • Explore Mumbai famous Dabawala (lunch delivery) whose manually process has achieved six sigma
  • Lunch at Local restaurant
  • Visit to local market
  • Dinner at Hotel

Day 13 - Mumbai :   Gateway of India

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  • After breakfast visit Gateway of India
  • Prince of whales museum
  • Mani Bhawan, dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi
  • Dhobi Ghat, largest open air laundry
  • Farewell cock tail dinner

Day 14 - Mumbai :   Departure Time

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  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Transfer to Airport

GENERAL INFO AND FAQ

About New Delhi

Delhi officially called the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) holds within itself New Delhi, the capital of India. Worthy of its title too, since all the colors of India can be witnessed here. Delhi is located in the North of India between Haryana at the west and Uttar Pradesh at the East. The drainage of Delhi consists of Yamuna river flowing between Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and Hindon river that separates Ghaziabad from the eastern part of Delhi. The Aravalli ranges at the south of Delhi gives the whole landmark an ascent. Best time to visit Delhi from October to March. Delhi has managed to weave in its tapestry all the threads of Glorious past in the colors of present urbanization. The essence of Islamic architecture could be seen in the monuments like Alai Darwaza, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb where the sandstones are embellished with white marble: this sort of place is sought after by traveler, historians from different part of the world & who are curious about the medieval history of the world. The amiable atmosphere of the vibrant markets of Old Delhi including the Dariba Kalan, Chawri Bazar, Katra Neel, Bhagirath Palace, Nai Sarak and Khari Baoli are the perfect joint for the tourist who wants to take back memories in the form of souvenirs or who are eager to imbibe the Indian culture in their daily life in the form of trinkets and clothes they wear and in the spices they use in their daily food.

Booking and Cancellation

FAQ

per person

Price on request

Limited edition tour
EMAIL US
info@theindiantrip.com
TALK TO EXPERT
+91-7014911923
WHATSAPP
+91-7014911923