The culture and history of north India mixed with the largest city of India, Mumbai. This tour would give you a gist of Indian luxuries of the rajhas (kings) of the north with a gist of the Bollywood city set up at the Arabian Sea, with the hustle of one of the largest cities in India. You will experience the magnificent forts, the compelling history, the largest slum in India, and much more with this tour.
The city of Taj Mahal, Agra. You will drive from Delhi to Agra, which takes approximately 4 hours. It is situated along the banks of the River Yamuna and attracts thousands of tourists every day from all over the world. Agra, with its laid – back lifestyle and its immense wealth of architecture, handicrafts and jewelery, is amongst the most remarkable city of the world.
The land of the royalty, the city of kings, Jaipur. You will drive from Jaipur, and visit Fatehpur Sikhri en route, before taking a stop at Geejgarh Village for lunch. The city of Jaipur is the prime example of the culture and traditions of this region. In this land, towering forts were built as much for ostentation as for intimidating the enemy and desperate battles were fought by rulers who were great patrons of the arts.
Jodhpur, the second largest city of Rajasthan, was once the capital of the Marwar state. Drive from Jaipur takes about 6 hours. Jodhpur has a number of historical attractions and colorful markets which specialize in antiques.
The drive from Jodhpur to Udaipur take about 5 hours. En route visit the Ranakpur Jain Temple. Udaipur, the city combines real beauty with a picturesque association of a glorious past. It stands in a valley, amidst green hills on the banks of Lake Pichola. On little islands in the lake, from the water's edge, rise marble palaces that glisten like fairy castles.
You will take a flight from Udaipur for Mumbai on Day 10. Mumbai (formerly Bombay), situated on the western coast of India, is the city of glamour and megastars, of industrialists and business houses, of a futuristic lifestyle and an amalgamation of the West with the traditional Maharashtrian culture.