Day 1: Delhi
The trip starts from the national capital Delhi, where our representative will receive on Airport or Railway Station. Head towards the hotel and check in. After your breakfast, start exploring the best attractions of Delhi.
Delhi is a place of travellers, no matter what you like. You can find heritage beauties like The Red Fort (Lal Quila), Qutab Minar, India Gate, Raj Ghat (Sepulchre of Mahatma Gandhi), Humayun's Tomb, Jantar Mantar, Nehru Planetarium, Iron Pillar, Connaught Palace etc. If you are a devotee, Delhi is the place to go. You will find innumerable temples and mosques here, including Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid (Largest mosque in India), Akshardham Temple, ISKCON Temple, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib etc. Next to the list are some remarkable pieces of architecture, including Rashtrapati Bhawan (Residence of the Honourable President of India), 7-Racecourse (Residence of the Prime Minister of India), Parliament House etc. You may also enjoy shopping in Chandni Chowk and Old Delhi.
After spending your day in exploring the beauty of Delhi, return to your hotel and rest for the night.
Day 2 & 3: Jaipur
Next destination in the tour is Jaipur, the Pink City, the capital of the Indian State of Rajasthan. It takes around 5 hours between Delhi and Jaipur by road. After reaching Jaipur, check in your hotel and have a delicious lunch.
After lunch, go out and explore the beauty of the Pink City. If the memories of Delhi are still rotating in your mind, Jaipur is good enough to wash them and write a new story.
Start your journey from the historical wonders like Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar (Yes, the same which you did see in Delhi, but this one is best in the list), City Palace (Residence of erstwhile rulers), Albert Hall (Central Museum), Amer Fort etc. The next destination would be the devotional places of the city, including Birla Mandir, Govind Dev Ji Mandir, Galta Mandir etc.
Spend your two days in exploring the mesmerising beauty of Jaipur, and get ready for an excursion to Ranthambore National Park.
Day 4: Ranthambore
Ranthambore is popular for only one reason, actually two, one is the Ranthambore National Park and another is the Lord Ganesha temple located amidst the park.
Ranthambore National Park is one of the few places in the world where you can spot a tiger freely roaming in its natural habitat. In fact, the chance of spotting a tiger is highest if you are in RNP. Along with this, you can spot many other wild animals and birds while roaming in Ranthambore National Park.
Nearby is the Lord Ganesha Temple, also known as Ranthambore Ka Raja. The temple is said to be the one that fulfils your wishes. People of Rajasthan send the first card to Ranthambore whenever there is any wedding in the home.
After the excursion, check-in the resort near the National Park and prepare for the next day journey to Agra.
Day 5: Agra
Early morning check out from your resort and start your journey towards Agra. En-route visit Fatehpur Sikri, the ancient Mughal city known for its Grand Architecture. In the evening view the Taj Mahal at Sunset from river side. Check in at your Hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Agra is popular for only one reason – Taj Mahal. Wrong! If you are on a trip of just a single day, you will end-up your day in the Taj. Still, you cannot overlook this wonder of the modern world, which has become the synonym of Agra city. Other than the Taj, there are some other places worth visiting, such as Fatehpur Sikri, Baby Taj, Banks of Yamuna, and streets of Agra. Don't forget to buy the world famous Agra Ka Petha, a local sweet of Agra.
Day 6: Back to Delhi
Early morning visit Taj Mahal at sunrise. At sunrise Taj mahal looks stuning. After Taj visit get back to your hotel for breakfast. After breakfast checkout from the hotel and leave for Delhi by car to catch your flight/train for the onward journey.