On arrival into Delhi you will start your visit with a drive through Old Delhi and visit the largest well known mosque in India, the Jama Masjid which can accommodate 20,000 people at one time. Then take a rickshaw ride through ‘Silver Street ‘ which is awash with activity with local vendors, snack stalls and lots more.
Your next day will be by train to Agra to visit the incomparable Taj Mahal widely regarded as the earthly replica of paradise. The Taj Mahal is likened to “a vision, a dream, a poem and a wonder”.
Continue with sightseeing of Fatehpur Sikri where you will take a quick guided tour of the abandoned palace of the Mughal Emperor Akbar – Fatehpur Sikri, built in red sandstone. Then on to Bharatpur to collect your train to Sawai Madhopur and Ranthambore.
Your next two nights will be in your Tree House Anuraga in Ranthambore which was established as a Game Sanctuary in 1955. There is a rich wildlife here but the park is most famous for its tigers and is considered one of the best locations to spot the majestic predators in their natural habitat. With game drives each day you will have a wonderful opportunity to see them for yourselves.
After the excitement of your game drives, you then proceed to Jaipur to explore the colourful fruit and vegetable markets and bustling alleyways of original havelis, on cycle rickshaws.
Your final night will be will be spent in the stunning Jai Mahal Palace.
You still have a full day to enjoy this wonderful country. After a leisurely morning, you will leave for Dera Amer, situated behind the hills of the famous Amer Fort. A local Rajput family will organize an elephant safari in the jungle after which you will enjoy feeding, painting and bathing of your own elephants with the help of the camp staff. You might even be able to try your hand at Elephant Polo!
Finally, you will return to Delhi with a visit to Neemrana Fort Palace enroute with plenty of time to catch your evening flight home…
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