A trip to India is incomplete without visiting the world-renowned Taj Mahal of Agra. This pristine white mausoleum of marble is a piece of exquisite art and architecture signifying the true love of a Mughal king. This historical building attracts millions of visitors each year, purely for the rare structural beauty and its historical impact. Exquisite stone inlay work on the walls further add to its profound beauty.
Taj Mahal has long been the poster boy of Indian tourism, and it ranks among the most visited sites' in the country. The monument is a true testimony of pure love of a king towards his queen. Reams of paper been used worldwide to shower praise on this immensely significance monument of eternal love. Take a trip to the Taj and fall in love with it!
Taj Mahal - A structure that has long been the poster boy of Indian tourism. Agra Fort - 16th century monument is a testimony of the architectural brilliance of the Mughals. Shri Krishna Janam Bhumi - It’s one of the oldest cities in the country with many temples and religious spots.
Pick-up and Drop from Delhi City Hotel .
One Bottle of Mineral water per guest.
Fuel, Toll Taxes, Interstate Taxes, Driver Charges and Parking at each sightseeing place.
Sightseeing & Excursion Tour by Air Condition Transport.
Services of English speaking Tour Guide (If there more than 9 people travelling together) .
All applicable taxes and service charges.
Personal insurance coverage (Personal loss, Illness or Damages incurred during Trip).
International flights and visa
Tips to the tour guide/driver. Tipping your guide is an entirely personal gesture.
Camera charges applicable inside the monuments.
1. Taj Mahal (Friday Closed) (Stopage) Taj Mahal in Agra was once the most visited site in India, and it continues to draw millions of visitors from across the world. An epitome of love and ‘one of the seven ancient wonders in the world’ – it’s a pristine white mausoleum of marble that is considered a zenith of art and architecture. It’s a testimony of the true love of a Mughal king for his beloved queen. 2. Agra Fort (Stopage) While most tourists visit Agra to revel in the unrivalled charms of the Taj Mahal, the city has surely a lot more to offer. Just meters away from the Taj stands the impressive Agra Fort - stretching some 2.5 km on the legendary banks of the Yamuna River. The fort is a zenith of Mughal architecture and it’s often considered one of the most exquisite structures in India.
3. Agra Cottage Shop One of the famous market for the foreigners and locals for trendy clothes/suvenirs in budgets.
4. Mathura: Birth Place of Lord Krishna (Stopage) Mathura is an ancient and legendary city in north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The birth place of Lord Krishna, it’s one of the oldest cities in the country with many temples and religious spots. Featuring in holy sites for Hindus, this city prides for its mention in the epic Ramayana. The history of this mythical city dates back to 6th century BC, and its landscape has witnessed various dynasties of mythological and historical varieties. Visit Krishna Janam Bhumi Temple.
6. Vrindavan (Stopage) A holy site that reminds one concerning the lighthearted behavior of young Krishna, Vrindavan, on the holy banks of Yamuna reverberates the bounciness and youthful merriments of lord Krishna with the gopikas. Famous for the broad collection of temples that scatters all over, this respected city witness's lakhs of devotees every year and twisted to be a key devout centre not only in Uttar Pradesh but also in entire India. Visit Banke Bihari Temple & Prem Mandir.
Mention rates are per person basis and minimum passengers need to book for this package is 1 quantity.
Above mention Single Traveller rates valid only when one traveller travels
You will receive a confirmation at the time of booking.
Taj Mahal remains closed on Faridays.
No guide service will be available for upto 9 persons.
In case if only one traveller turns up then he/she will have to bear the entire cost of vehicle.
48 hours before your departure, We will mail you or contact you regarding your group.
Meals served at hotel/restaurant are on fixed menu-basis and do not offer any soft drinks alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages, or mineral water. A customer can directly purchase the same through additional spot payment.