Arrival at Delhi Airport, Assistance upon arrival, transfer to hotel / resort in Delhi, get freshen up and move for Sightseeing / Visits as per the timings

Delhi city of over 15 million people located on the banks of the river Yamuna in northern India, one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world. The capital city of India, a fine blend of ancient and modern

World heritage site Qutub complex the world heritage site, the layers of cultural, religious, and political history converge in the Qutub archaeological complex. It was commissioned by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, founder of the Mamluk or Slave dynasty, who later became the first ‘Sultan of Delhi’

Qutub Minar ‘the victory tower’ named after the religious figure Sufi Saint Hazrat Khwaja Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki was begun by Qutb-ud-din Aibak. It was continued by his successor Iltutmish (a.k.a. Altamash), and finally completed much later by Sultan Firoz Shah Tughlaq, a Sultan of Delhi from the Tughlaq dynasty in 1368 AD. It is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site along with surrounding buildings and monuments 

Safdarjung’s Tomb sandstone and marble mausoleum in Delhi. It was built in 1754 for the statesman Safdarjung. Safdarjung was made prime minister of the Mughal Empire (Wazir-ul-Mamlak-i-Hindustan) when Ahmed Shah Bahadur ascended the throne in 1748. There is an inscription in Arabic on the surface and its translation reads “When the hero of plain bravery departs from the transitory, may he become a resident of god’s paradise”

Lodi Gardens spread over 90 acres, the beautiful gardens dotted with beautiful monuments and tombs, belonging to the Sayyid, Lodi and Mughal dynasties. 




After breakfast move for Sightseeing / Visits in Delhi – We will take you to some different kind of tour Walking and Car Tours in Delhi. These tours have been designed by people with a deep understanding of the ‘Real’ Delhi. 


The Masjid-i Jahān-Numā (Jama Mosque of Delhi)

The principal mosque of Delhi, it is the largest and best-known mosque in India. The foundation of the historic Jama Masjid was laid on a hillock in Shahjahanabad by the fifth Mughal Emperor of India, Shahjahan, on Friday, October 19,1650 AD, (10th Shawwal 1060 AH). The mosque was the result of the efforts of over 6,000 workers, over a period of six years (1650–1656 AD). 

Old Delhi the walled city has been the capital of numerous empires that ruled India, where you will get the sights of eye-catching monuments and unique structures and sounds of the colourful bazaars.  You will experience at one the busiest and oldest areas of the world. This ancient part of the city is a labyrinth of tiny lanes crowded with rickshaws and lined with crumbling 17th-century haveli, temples and mosques. The theme of these tours is the pre-Shahjahanabad period and we will introduce you to the culture, food and people, as well as a look at and feel of some valuable ancient traditions

World heritage site Red Fort (Lal Qila)

Built by the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan. The Palace fort of his capital Shahjahanabad, famous for its massive red sandstone walls, which stand 75 feet (23 metres) high. This monument represents the grandeur of the Mughal Court, which was constructed during the 17th century. The construction of this fort took over 10 years to complete the work in 1648. It was originally called as ‘Qila-i-Mubarak’, Meaning ‘The Blessed Fort’ listed as UNESCO world heritage site 

World heritage site The Humayun’s Tomb The Tomb of Emperor Humayun the second Mughal ruler to ascend the throne stands as a magnificent testament to the style of Mughal royal mausoleums. This tomb, built in 1560, is of particular cultural significance as it was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent. It inspired several major architectural innovations, culminating in the construction of the Taj Mahal. The construction of this tomb was commissioned by Humayun’s wife Hamida Banu Begum, Makbara-e -Humayun is one of the best preserved Mughal monuments and listed as UNESCO world heritage site 

Evening timings get another picture of Delhi with modern culture and traditions. New Delhi OR Modern Delhi, the capital of British India, was built after 1911 AD as a symbol of British dominance over the Indian subcontinent. The intent was to create a grand, monumental, larger-than-life city space, which would inspire awe and be symbolic of the implied socio-cultural, architectural and political superiority of the British Empire few of them are War Memorial India Gate, Passing by President House, Parliament Street and Raj Path

Connaught Place one of the main financial, commercial and business centres in India, a major shopping, nightlife and tourist spot in New Delhi. The area was originally named after the Duke of Connaught, the third son of Queen Victoria of Britain, Prince Arthur. It was developed as a showpiece of Delhi. Connaught Place’s Georgian architecture is modelled after ‘The Royal Crescent in the city of Bath’ England, that designed by the architect John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, which is among the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the United Kingdom



DAY 03: DELHI – ALIGARH (130kms / 02hrs – 03hrs Approx.)

After early breakfast drive to Aligarh – Arrival at Aligarh and move for Sightseeing / Visit in Aligarh as per the timings, 

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) was one of the first purely residential educational institutions set up either by the government or the public in India. When viceroy to India Lord Curzon visited the college in 1901, he praised the work which was carried on and called it of “Sovereign Importance”. On 7 January 1877, Great Social Reformer and Scholar Sir Syed Ahmad Khan founded the Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College (MAO) at the city of Aligarh, in Northern state of India. Patterned the college after Oxford and Cambridge universities that he had visited on a trip to England, his objective was to build a college in tune with the British education system but without compromising its Indo-Islamic values. And later, Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College became the Aligarh Muslim University in 1920. Now, it is spread around 470 hectares, offers more than 300 courses of traditional and modern branches of education. The beautiful campus has around 60 heritage buildings and structures, many of them are the finest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture and many buildings reflected with marvels of British architecture 

Move for Heritage walk at the beautiful campus of Aligarh Muslim University, around 60 heritage buildings and structures stands here, many of them are the finest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture and many buildings reflected with marvels of British architecture. Jama Masjid (Jama Mosque) is one of the oldest structures established in the campus of the premier educational institute. The construction of mosque was started in 1879. The mosque is almost prototype of the elegant Jama Masjid of Shahjahanabad, Delhi. The only difference being in scale and magnitude, and unique Strachey Hall was among the first few buildings to come up on the Campus. It was named after British Indian Civil Servant Sir John Strachey. Victoria Gate, once, the main entrance of College and named after Queen Victoria of England in 1914. There are unique Museums and Galleries in the campus, houses numerous archaeological objects and rare sculptures, paintings, carved stone pieces and pillars. Let’s take a heritage walk of this amazing historical campus……    


DAY 04: ALIGARH – AGRA (90kms / 02hrs Approx.)

After breakfast move for Sightseeing / Visits at Aligarh Muslim University campus and drive continue to “Indian Heritage City Agra” – Arrival at Agra as per the timings, 

Heritage city Agra the prominent tourist destination, one of the most visited places in the world, home of three world heritage sites and one of those heritage sites which the world has chosen to be the ‘Wonder of the World’. Symbolising the eternal love, incredible paragon of Indo-Islamic architecture and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage ‘The Taj Mahal’. Agra was founded in the beginning 16th century by Sultan Sikandar Lodī, the ruler of the Delhi Sultanate. After the Sultan’s death, the city passed on to his son, Sultan Ibrāhīm Lodī. He ruled his Sultanate from Agra until he fell fighting to Mughal Emperor Bābar in the battle of Panipat fought in 1526

World heritage site The Taj Mahal “The Jewel of Indo-Islamic architecture” and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage”. Regarded by many as the best example of Mughal architecture and a symbol of India’s rich history. It was declared a winner of the New 7 Wonders of the World (2000–2007) initiative. Construction of the Taj Mahal began in 1632. The construction project employed some 20,000 artisans under the guidance of a board of architects                                                


DAY 05: AGRA – DELHI (210kms / 03hrs Approx.) 

Morning Visit at Taj Mahal and get an amazing view at Sun rise, The cool breeze with shade of sun light on white Taj Mahal get you the wonderful view of Taj Mahal, drive back to hotel / resort get freshen up and move for Sightseeing / Visit in Agra – late afternoon / early evening and drive continue to Delhi – Arrival at Delhi as per the timings, 


World heritage site Agra Red Fort sprawling over an area of 380,000 sq m, the great fortress is situated on the right bank of river Yamuna. This amazing monument linked with many rulers and wars. After the first battle of Panipat in 1526, Babur stayed in the fort, in the palace of Ibrahim Lodi. The historian, Abul Fazl, recorded that this was a brick fort known as ‘Badalgarh’. It was in a ruined condition and Akbar had it rebuilt with red sandstone. Architects laid the foundation and it was built with bricks in the inner core with sandstone on external surfaces. Some 4,000 builders worked on it daily for eight years, completing it in 1573. It was also known as the ‘Qila-i-Akbari’

Itmad-ud-Daulah Tomb one of the most beautiful Mughal tombs. Constructed during the reign of Emperor Jahangir, this tomb comprises cenotaphs of Mirza Ghiyas and Asmat Begum, who were parents of Mughal Empress Nur Jahan. Many believed this monument is considered to be the inspiration behind the Taj Mahal. For this fact it is known as the ‘Baby Taj Mahal’ 

Sikandra Tomb the mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Akbar.  Interestingly Akbar himself selected the site of the tomb, planned the structure, completed and laid out a beautiful garden during his lifetime. However, the topmost portion of mausoleum in marble was constructed by his son, Mughal Emperor Jahangir



After early breakfast transfer to Delhi Airport as per the timings,