Day 02: Mumbai - Full Day City tour of Mumbai which includes Haji Ali Mosque, Kamla Nehru Park, Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Afghan Church, Chowpatty Beach. In Evening Free for Shopping in famous markets of Mumbai.
Day 03: Mumbai - Jaipur - Leave Mumbai by morning flight. Arrive Jaipur. Meeting and assistance on arrival and check-in at Hotel.
Proceed for the excursion of Amber Fort, the ancient capital of Jaipur. Ascend the fort onelephant back. Afternoon city tour of Jaipur visiting City Palace, Museum, Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) and local bazaars. Overnight at Hotel
Day 04: Jaipur - Ajmer - After breakfast, Early Morning proceed to Ajmer by Road (3 hours Drive), On Arrival transfer to Hotel Mansingh or similar. After lunch at hotel, tour of Ajmer visiting, Dargah Shareef - the shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. In 1256AD. at the age of 114, the saint entered his cell to pray in seclusion for six days after which he passed away. We continue to Adhey-Din-Ka Jhonpara - a mosque originally an ancient Sanskrit College and within a temple enclosure. Proceed to Emperor Akbar's Royal Palace made of red sand-stone - housing a museum with a rich collection of Mughal and Rajput armour. After that, drive around Ana Sagar Lake. Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day O5: Ajmer - Agra - After breakfast, proceed to Agra by car/coach via Fatehpur Sikri to visit the Mosque built by Emperor Akbar in the memory of Sheikh Salim Chishti. In Agra, check-in at Hotel Clarks Shiraz or similar, lunch, dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day O5: Agra/Sikandra/Dethi (203kms/5hrs) - After breakfast, visit Taj Mahal - built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal; Agra Fort on the opposite bank of the River Yamuna - built by four successive Emperors; and the tomb of ltmad-Ud-Daullah. After lunch, proceed to Delhi by car/coach via Sikandra, Mausoleum of Emperor Akbar. In Delhi, dinner and overnight at Hotel Imperial or similar.
Day 06: Delhi - After breakfast, sight-seeing of Delhi visiting Red Fort - the symbol of Mughal power and elegance built in red sand-stone by the fifth Mughal Emperor Shah Johan when he shifted his capital to Shahjahanabad from Agra in 1638; Jama Masjid - India's largest mosque built in red sand-stone and white marble by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1656: Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya; Humayun's Tomb - the mausoleum of the second Mughal emperor Humayun built in 1564 by his widow Haji Begum during her son Akbar's reign - a soothing blend of red sand-stone with white, black and yellow marble. Also visit India Gate, Qutub Minor - built in red sandstone in Islamic style, the tower is 71m tail with its waits consisting of intricately carved quotations from the Holy Quran. Dinner and overnight at hotel.