Prayagraj Varanasi Khajuraho Tour
Khajuraho Temple Kama Sutra

Khajuraho Temple Kama Sutra

We offer a wide variety of tours of North India. Scroll down this itinerary below and you will find a tour package that covers almost all the important destinations in North India. North of India tries to offer organized travel with good accommodation and private car that make a comfortable trip visiting the very popular cities like Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Gwalior, Khajuraho (Temple of Kama Sutra), Prayagraj and Varanasi, the holiest Hindu city With a multilingual guide. Holidays in North India is always a memorable experience and one that must be seen in North India is very important when deciding on trips. From Delhi to the incredible Rajasthan with a series of the best architectural Mughal splendors in India for the epitome of love Taj Mahal in Agra, to the impressive land of the city of Varanasi lights in Uttar Pradesh, an excursion to northern India and it’s magnificent attractions, crafts, shops and architectural uniqueness. Our meticulously designed 10 day and 9 night tour package is a perfect combination of heritage, rejuvenation and pilgrimage destinations that will offer you a unique vacation experience. Above all it is important to know a better time to travel to North India: between November and March.

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1, ARRIVAL IN DELHI (BY YOUR OWN ARRANGEMENT)

Upon arrival at the New Delhi airport or railway station, you will be greeted by our representative in the arrival hall with your name plate. Then transfer to the hotel. Accommodation only. The word Delhi is derived from Dahleez means a gallery that opens the entrance in all rooms in a huge mansion. The name Delhi can be derived from the word “Dhillika” founded by Raja Dhilu (King Dhilu) in 800 AD. Today it is a combination of the nine cities but mainly there are two cities: Old Delhi and New Delhi. Old Delhi was founded by the 17th century Emperor Sahjahan and known as Sahjahanabad. New Delhi was founded by the British rule in 1911 as its seat of government. New Delhi is the capital of independent India since 1947. You have to visit Jama Masjid (a 17th-century mosque), the old street marketplace of Chandani Chowk, the crematorium of Gandhi Rajghat, the imposing arch of triumph known as the India Gate, government buildings, Sij Gurudwara Bengal Sahib temple, lotus temple, Humayun’s tomb and the 13th century silent monument the tallest minaret in India Qutub Minar.

DAY 2, OLD AND NEW DELHI COMBINES VISIT

After breakfast you will visit old Delhi where you will see Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India in the seventeenth century and stroll through the street of Chandani Chowk to explore a colorful marketplace with a photo stop in the red fort. You will return to New Delhi and see Rajghat, the Gandhi Crematorium and photo stop at the India Gate with government buildings that include Parliament, the President’s house and other ministerial buildings. Next you will visit Sij Gurudwara Bangla Sahib temple. After lunch you have photo stop at the lotus temple. At the end of the day, you will visit the Qutub minaret. Accommodation.

DAY 3, DELHI – JAIPUR

After breakfast you will travel to Jaipur by road. Upon arrival you would be transfered to the hotel. Jaipur is named in the name of its founder Sawai Raja Jai Singh II. Popularly known as the Pink City giving a reflection of the architecture of the middle ages however it was founded in 1727. In the later they will visit Arti’s ceremony in the Birla temple. Accommodation.

DAY 4, JAIPUR – AMER – JAIPUR

After breakfast. Next photo stop at the palace of the winds (Hawa Mahal) and visit the Amer palace with elephant ride that will leave you at the entrance gate of the palace. Later you can take pictures of the summer palace or water palace. After lunch you will visit the City Palace, residence of the present Maharaja and the observatory. Accommodation.

DAY 5, JAIPUR – ABHANERI – FATEHPUR SIKRI – AGRA

After breakfast you will travel to Agra by road visiting the Abhaneri village and Fatehpur Sikri on the way. Abhaneri has a well and a temple of the eighth and ninth century. Fatehpur Sikri, founded by the great Mughal emperor Akbar, was an abandoned city due to the water problem. Agra is famous worldwide because of the Taj Mahal. Agra represents the Mughal architecture. Not only Taj Mahal but also fort is good according to its architecture. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 6, AGRA FULL DAY TOUR

In the early morning you will visit the sunrise at Taj Mahal. You will return to the hotel. Breakfast. Next you will visit Agra fort and Itmaddulah’s tomb. Accommodation.

DAY 7, AGRA – JHANSI (BY SHATABDI TRAIN) – ORCHA – KHAJURAHO

Breakfast. Then transfer to the railroad to catch a better speed train with executive class chairs in an air-conditioned car for a trip to Jhansi. On this train trip you will be accompanied by our Spanish speaking guide. We are unique today who offers this type of service. Upon arrival the driver will wait for you in anden with a sign of his name. Then travel to Orcha by road to visit Jehangir Palace and Orcha temples along the way.

Orchha was established by Rudra Pratap Singh sometime after 1501, as the seat of an eponymous former state of central India, in the Bundelkhand region. You can visit Jehangir Palace, Chaturbhuj Temple (Four Sides), Rama Raja Temple and Laxmi Narayana Temple.

After finishing the visits in Orcha, travel to the final destination of this day, Khajuraho. Khajuraho temples in Madhya Pradesh are among the most beautiful medieval monuments in India. Originally there was a group of 85, they are the largest group of Hindu and Jain temples in the world, although only about 25 of them remain today. UNESCO World Heritage Sites, they have impressed generations of people with their architectural brilliance, intricate carvings and their erotic sculptures very famous. Khajuraho is world famous due to erotic sculptures. There are 75 very well erected postures to end emotion and passion through love.

DAY 8, KHAJURAHO – ALLAHABAD

Early breakfast. Then you will visit temples of the western group that is more erotic and end in the temple of the east group that is less erotic. Then travel to Allahabad by road. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel.

In ancient times, Allahabad was originally called Kaushambi. Formerly known as Prayagraj (place of offerings), Allahabad is located at the confluence of the three mystical and sacred rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Sarasvati according to the Hindu text and creates an extensive peninsula called Sangam. It is one of the main pilgrimage centers in the country because it is believed that the god of creation, Brahma, from all over the place descended here in Allahabad. Because of this it is a very sacred place for Hindus and every year they organize a Magh Mela fair to which thousands of sadhus and population join. At the same time, the city is also known as the “city of prime ministers” since most of the prime minister of India comes from Allahabad. Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Gulzarilal Nanda, Vishwanath Pratap Singh and Chandra Shekhar were born in Allahabad and have attended the university of this city. In total, Allahabad has awarded seven of the 14 prime ministers.

DAY 9, ALLAHABAD – VARANASI

Early breakfast. Then you will visit the sacred place of Triveni Sangam, a point where the three rivers meet. Then you will visit the Hanuman Temple, the Cathedral of All Saints and view from outside (without entrance) of Anand Bhawan (the family house of the Nehru dynasty that so many Prime Ministers of India has given).

Then travel to Varanasi. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Varanasi is a city dating from the eleventh century. Considered as the spiritual capital of India, the city attracts Hindu pilgrims who bathe in the sacred waters of the Ganges River and perform funeral rites. Along the winding streets of the city there are some 2,000 temples, among them Kashi Vishwanath, the “Golden Temple”, dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.

DAY 10, VARANASI – SARNATA – VARANASI

In the early morning I will embark to see the sunrise in Ganges. You will have a panoramic view of the Hindu rite, temples and ghats (bathing stairs). In the early morning thousands of Hindus bathe in Ganges. Then you will visit Kashi Vishwnath temple, the golden temple but you need your passport to enter this temple. Breakfast. Then travel to Sarnata which is 10 km away. Visit the garden where Buddha gave his first sermon but now it is a deer house. They will visit chaukhandi stupa and dharamraja stupa of bricks that is associated with the life of Buddha. He will return to Varanasi. Visit Arti’s ceremony on the bank of the Ganges river. Accommodation.

DAY 11, VARANASI – DELHI (BY DOMESTIC FLIGHT) – YOUR DESTINATION

Breakfast. Then transfer to the airport to catch a flight to Delhi. Upon arrival directly transfer to the international airport.

THE TRIP INCLUDES

• Accommodation with breakfast
• Private car / minibus / bus comfortable air conditioning for all transfers and visits according to the program
• Shatabdi train between Agra and Jhansi
• Spanish-speaking companion guide for the entire journey
• Ride on the elephant’s back in Jaipur (One way and on availability)
• Boat trip to see sunrise in Ganges
• Rickshaw ride to reach the bank of the Ganges river
• Visit Arti’s ceremony at the Birla temple, Jaipur and on the bank of the Ganges river, Varanasi
• 01 bottles of mineral water per person per day

THE TRIP DOES NOT INCLUDE

• Visa to India
• International flight and national flight
• Monument entrance
• Camera and video input
• Tip to the trunk, driver and guide
• Personal expenses such as the use of a mini bar, mineral water, laundry, telephone, etc.
• Anything else that has not been mentioned in the itinerary
• No expenses derived from problems outside the organization such as natural disasters, accidents, medical evacuation, flight cancellation, delays or schedule changes.
• 05% GST (Tax)

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