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Agra Jaipur Holiday Package Online - Agra and Jaipur Tour

Tour Details

 Durations : 3 Night / 4 Days

Combining two of the most famous destinations in India, the Jaipur & Agra holiday package gives you the opportunity to experience some of the richest cultural heritage in North India. Check out Hawa Mahal, City Palace Museum, Amber Fort and much more in the Pink City. Then, visit the indescribable Taj Mahal and the beautiful ghost town Fatehpur Sikri at Agra.

 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
On arrival at Jaipur, proceed to hotel & check in. In the afternoon visit City Palace Museum, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and the Pink City area. Return and comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.
Meals: No Meal

Day 2:
After breakfast, visit Amber fort. In the afternoon return to hotel. Set out to visit the local markets in evening. Comfortanly stay overnight in the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3:
Jaipur -Agra (232 Kms/5 Hrs)
In the morning drive to Agra. Enroute visit the Ghost town of Fatehpur sikri. On arrival, check in to the hotel. Later, set out to visit the Taj Mahal. Comfortably stay overnight in the hotel. (Please Note: Taj Mahal is closed on all Fridays)
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4:
Agra - Jaipur (232 Kms/ 5 Hrs)
After breakfast visit Agra Fort. Later depart to Jaipur.
Meals: Breakfast

 Package Price
INR 10,998/-
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Agra, the word conjures a romantic image of the Taj Mahal created by Emperor Shahjahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Agra is the epitome of a cultural city, with many historical relics beginning from the Persian to the Mughal era. Interwoven with tombs, a trip to Agra is a treat, not just to your eyes, but to your senses as well. But hidden behind these beautiful monuments is a thriving industrial city getting richer by the day. Agra could just as well be a Mecca for shopaholics with marble artefacts, leather goods and silk fabrics available at dearth cheap rates.

Main Languages: Hindi, English
When to Go: Between October and February
Local Transport: Rickshaws, autos and cabs are readily available. Walking might not be your favourite thing especially during summers, but in winters walking down the mist covered roads of Agra can turn out to be pretty romantic.
Currency: Indian Rupee (INR). 1 USD = 52 INR
Voltage: 230V/50Hz
Time Zone: Indian Standard Time (UTC +5:30)
Voltage: 230V/50Hz
Time Zone: Indian Standard Time (UTC +5:30)

What To Pack:
Since you'll be walking around a lot, wear light-weight shoes and carry a small back pack to make sure you have all your essentials handy. These include a sunscreen lotion with 20+ SPF, a hand sanitiser, a cap, an umbrella (if you're going to be there between May and August), and a good camera.

Marbles, leatherwork, crafts, Zardosi thread work, Panchi Petha and Dalmoth. Visit local factories for excellent leather buys, wallets, shoes, jackets and belts. The Agra State Emporium is a good place to shop for silk 'sarees' and 'dupattas'

Fathehbad Road
Fathehbad Road is the city's artery, connecting parts of the city with each other. It is also the commercial and business district housing most hotels, eating joints, and handicraft emporiums.

Fatehpur Sikri:
This ghost city was built from scratch in 1571 by Akbar and abandoned within 14 years. It is an architectural marvel, built with red sand stone, housing humongous courtyards, arches, palaces and domes. 37 km from Agra, the complex marries Islamic and Hindu styles of architecture. Fatehpur Sikri is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Taj Mahal:
Emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Built in white marble, lying on the banks of the river Yamuna, the Taj Mahal is one of the most stunning structures of the world, embodying perfect symmetry and exquisite detailing. Spend the day here and watch the marble breathtakingly change colour.

Ride a horse chariot to the Taj Mahal and enjoy regional performances like Braj Rasila, Charukala and Rasiya.

Regional festivals and fairs include Dauji ka mela, Kans Lila, cattle fair Jat Devi, cattle fair Kund Mela, cattle fair Gwal Balba, Meta ki Puja Jat Devi, Holi Milap, Mata-ka-mela, Shitla Mela, Parikrama of Shivji, Kailash Mela, Janamashthmi, Dussehra, Kali-ka-mela, Ram Lila, Urs Sufi Sahib and Bateshwar cattle fair.

Larger festivals include the Taj Mahotsav (February), Ram Barat (a special marriage procession of Shri Ram preceding Dussehra), Kailash Fair (organised at the Kailash Temple about 12 km from Agra)

Any guesses why the Pink City Jaipur was painted Pink? In 1853, Jaipur's prosperous ruler King Sawai Man Singh got all city walls painted in pink to welcome the Prince of Wales, Edward VII). In the semi-desert lands of Rajasthan, Jaipur is the place for you if you are tired of frequenting hill stations in Northern India. A glorious past of Kings and palaces blended with a culture of pride and hospitality and topped up with a sepia urbanism, that's Jaipur for you!

Places to See:
The list is always large. The time is often less. Therefore you must semi-plan your itinerary as you pack for Jaipur. Nevertheless, here are some personal recommendations we would like to give! Let's begin with the best village in Jaipur, Chokhi Dhani. Spread over 10 acres, Chokhi Dhani (roughly, good village) is an ethnic theme village set up for tourists for both visiting and staying. The village is a 3-5 hour long engaging destination with ethnic culture of Jaipur at its best. The best time to the village around 4 or 5 in the evening. After a not so expensive ticket (including an unexplainably delicious dinner) you get to see a rustic and rural village with kiosks or performances including magic show, puppetry, archery, machaans, cots, Rajasthani dance, tarot reading, free Baajra ki roti, camel ride, live ethnic music band and countless other entertainment options. Travel around till the evening hour and make sure you have enough appetite because the dinner (for which you paid with the entry ticket) is Rajasthani food served in traditional style (usually savoured while seated on ground, but dining tables also available) with various dishes, unlimited servings and ready to serve traditionally clad staff! Food is perhaps the biggest attraction of Chowki Dhaani. Please note that village also offers luxury ethnic resorts for night stay. It has royal cottages, haveli suites, multicuisine restaurants, banquet halls, spa and barbeque among various other luxuries for tourists.

Next on a good itinerary should be the forts and palaces throughout the city. The most beauteous ones are Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort, two hill fortresses in proximity to each other. The fort of Amber, which was the former capital of Rajasthan, is a spending sight too. After these, some more places you may go for include Jaipur's famous Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Rambagh Palace and Albert Hall Museum. All the forts have two things in common, a strong hint of Jaipur's glorious past and infrastructural marvels. Another beautiful must-see place is the Jal Mahal. You will find it if you enter Jaipur from Delhi's direction, a large lake and a solitary palace standing in its centre, with 4 floors submerged in the lake and one above water. The history and concept of Jal Mahal are enough to qualify it as a must-see place!

Strongly influenced by Rajput culture, Jaipur has some famous temples attracting tourists. Some of these are Birla temple in main city, Shila Devi Temple in Amber fort where Prasad included alcohol, Govind Dev Ji Temple established by Jaipur’s founder Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II.

Shopping and Eating:
The 2 words you just read have a greater meaning in Jaipur than any other destination around Delhi. Jaipur has so much to sell to so many people and so low prices. Johari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar and Kishnapol Bazaar are the famous markets where national and international tourists get best deals on items like jewellery, ethnic men’s & women’s attires, accessories, souvenirs, Rajasthani arts and crafts, miniature paintings, marble statues, mirror work items, and other stationery & decorative items. Even if you are a non shopper, strolling through the local shopping markets is enough to fill your eyes and nostrils with the rustic beauty of town. Of late, Jaipur has seen rise of various shopping malls and multiplexes including the famous World Trade Park.

You already know the most famous food destination in Jaipur, the buffet at Chokhi Dhani! The next must stop is Rawat Mishthan Bhandar, colloquiallycalled Rawat Kachori Wala. This is no restaurant but a spacious and clean halwai shop with Rajasthani Pyaaz Kachori, Sweet Mawa KAchori and Malai Ghevar among other delicacies. The city has a nice Saras Parlour (Saras is the milk cooperative of Jaipur) with milk products and other north Indian cuisines offered at low prices and amiable decor.

To sum it up, Jaipur must be visited for what it is, and for what it was. Plan it, and visit Jaipur and the first word you'll hear is khamaghani

 Package Inclusion
  • Non alcoholic welcome drink on arrival
  • Accommodation in the base category room
  • Railway station/airport-hotel transfers
  • Daily breakfast at the hotel (excluding the first day)
  • Transfers and sightseeing in an air-conditioned car ( Indica or similar) as per the itinerary, however, the car will not be at disposal
  • Intercity transfers and sight seeing as per the itinerary
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.

Destination Information

The golden triangle tour of India is really amazing and figures among the top list of tours a person wants to do in this country. There is no doubt about the fact that India has been a glorious destination for the international traveler from times ancient. This tour covers the main cities of Delhi Agra Jaipur and is really an experience that puts a mark on your heart.

There is a set procedure for the tour. You start from Delhi to Agra to Jaipur and have the splendid experience of the wonderful monuments of Delhi, the magnificent Taj also called the monument of love and the royal palaces of Jaipur.

Agra is the city of the Taj Mahal, in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, some 200 km from Delhi.
Agra has three UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort in the city and Fatehpur Sikri nearby. There are also many other buildings and tombs from Agra's days of glory as the capital of the Mughal Empire.
The city has little else to recommend it. Pollution, especially smog and litter, is rampant and travellers are pestered by swarms of touts and hawkers at every monument, mosque, temple or palace. That said, the sites are some of the wonders of the world and no trip to India is complete without at least one visit to the Taj.

The Jantar Mantar is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments, built by Maharaja (King) Jai Singh II at his then new capital of Jaipur between 1727 and 1734. It is modeled after the one that he had built for him at the Mughal capital of Delhi. He had constructed a total of five such facilities at different locations, including the ones at Delhi and Jaipur. The Jaipur observatory is the largest and best preserved of these. It has been inscribed on the World Heritage List as "an expression of the astronomical skills and cosmological concepts of the court of a scholarly prince at the end of the Mughal period". Early restoration work was undertaken under the supervision of Major Arthur Garrett, a keen amateur astronomer, during his appointment as Assistant State Engineer for the Jaipur District.

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
INR 10,998/-
Validity: Valid From October 1, 2011 - March 31, 2012
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Hotel Details

City: Jaipur
Star Category:
Hotel Royal Palazzo is situated at Shastri Nagar adjacent to Subhas Nagar Shopping Centre in Jaipur. Sanganer Airport is approximately 14 km away from the hotel, while Jaipur Railway Station is just 1.5 km away. The bus stand is 2 km away from the hotel. A three star property, Hotel Royal Palazzo offers a fine blend of luxurious comfort and traditional hospitality of Rajasthan. Set in the heart of Jaipur, the hotel is an ideal option to enjoy a memorable holiday along with near and dear ones.

Hotel Royal Palazzo has 45 guest rooms that are available in two categories, namely Deluxe rooms (33) and Suites (12). All guest rooms are spacious, beautifully appointed and equipped with modern facilities. Common in-room amenities include cable television, music system, telephone, fruit basket/cookies platter, mineral water, heater and internet access. In addition to the private pool, the guest rooms have an attached washroom with hot and cold running water facility. For the convenience of guests, 24 hours room service is also available.

'Padmini Restaurant' - the multi-cuisine restaurant at Hotel Royal Palazzo offers a vast choice of delectable dishes. Guests can savour traditional Rajasthani dishes along with delicious Indian and Continental cuisines in a comfortable environment. Hotel Royal Palazzo has a well-stocked bar called 'Royal Bar', which serves choicest liquors including cocktails and mocktails.

Services & Facilities:
'Rana Sanga' - the conference cum banquet hall at Hotel Royal Palazzo is an ideal venue for business meetings, conferences, get-togethers and parties. The conference/banquet hall can accommodate up to 250 guests. For recreation, Hotel Royal Palazzo has a swimming pool and children's pool. Besides these, the hotel can make arrangements for puppet shows, folk dance performance and cultural evenings. Other facilities and services include a travel desk, doctor on call, laundry service, wireless internet connectivity, safe deposit lockers, currency exchange facility, power backup, car rental service, ample parking space and services of professional guides. All major credit cards are accepted by the hotel for payment.

City: Agra
Star Category:
Hotel Yamuna View lies within walking distance of Sadar Bazaar, just half a kilometre away. While Taj Mahal and Agra Cantt. Railway Station are just 3 kms away, the airport is 6 kms away. The hotel also offers easy access to other places of tourist and commercial interest within Agra.

Hotel Yamuna View offers ideal relaxation to all its guests, whether they be leisure or business travellers. Over two decades old, the hotel has been renovated from time to time to ensure that guests are offered the most modern conveniences.

Hotel Yamuna View has 57 well furnished air conditioned rooms, which are divided into 43 Standard rooms, 11 Deluxe rooms, 2 Super Deluxe rooms and 1 Suite. These rooms also include 14 non smoking rooms. Each room has modern amenities like cable television, telephone, mini bar, tea/coffee maker and sofa with centre table besides a dressing area with cupboard and full length mirror. While the first service for the tea/coffee maker is complimentary, thereafter it is chargeable. Each room has an intercom facility, but STD/local calls can be connected through the reception.

Washroom amenities include soap, shampoo, moisturiser, a hair dryer and linen. Hot and cold water is supplied round the clock. While most rooms feature either a bathtub or shower area in the washroom, the Super Deluxe rooms have both, a bathtub as well as a shower cubicle.

Dining facilities at Hotel Yamuna View include Mandarin, a speciality restaurant serving authentic Chinese fare and Shalimar, a multi cuisine restaurant that serves Indian, Mughlai, Chinese and Continental cuisines. Shalimar also serves as a 24 hour coffee shop serving sumptuous snacks and beverages. While Mandarin is open from 12 noon to 11 pm, Shalimar serves meals from 6 am to 11 pm and serves as a coffee shop round the clock. The hotel's bar is open from 11 am to 11pm. For the convenience of guests, room service is also available.

Services & Facilities:
There are two conference/banquet spaces in the hotel namely, Dawat Khana and the Board Room. While the Board Room is ideal for compact meetings for up to 25 guests, Dawat Khana, the banquet hall, can accommodate up to 150 guests. The hotel offers WiFi connectivity in the lobby area at a charge of Rs. 200 per hour.

Other facilities available at the hotel include a swimming pool, book shop, travel desk, gift shop, currency exchange, car rental service, safe deposit lockers, laundry service and spacious parking. Babysitting and secretarial services can be arranged on request.

Don't Miss:
Hotel Yamuna View has a tranquil swimming pool surrounded by a cool gallery that is covered with creepers and wines. It's the perfect place to lounge on a lazy afternoon! Take a dip in the pool and then spend your time reading a book under the shade of the lush greenery laden corridor.

City: Agra
Star Category:
Hotel Crystal Inn is located on Fatehabad Road in Agra, and is approximately 8 km from the airport, and 8 km from the railway station. Taj Mahal is about 1 km away, and the Agra Fort is 3 km away.

With comfortable accommodation and exemplary services, Hotel Crystal Inn aims to soothe your body, simulate your mind and strengthen your spirit. Within walking distance of the Taj Mahal and many other attractions of the city, it is a great place when visiting Agra.

The 32 air-conditioned rooms at Hotel Crystal Inn are comfortable and complete with modern amenities. Rooms are divided into Deluxe and Executive categories. In-room amenities include: cable television, DVD player on request, telephone, snack/fruit basket on request, mini bar, tea/coffee maker, mineral water, iron/ironing board, sofa unit, daily newspaper, study table, electronic safe, and an attached washroom with hot/cold running water and bathroom toiletries. Room service is also available.

Hotel Crystal Inn has two excellent multi-cuisine restaurants which serve a wide variety of delicious and wholesome dishes. One of the restaurants is located on the rooftop, with a view of the Taj Mahal.

Hotel Crystal Inn offers a range of facilities and services to its guests, including a dip pool, children's pool, business centre, conference hall (capacity of 70 persons in theatre style), and a cyber cafe, as well as babysitting service, facilities for the physically handicapped, yoga classes, doctor on call, laundry services, travel desk, taxi services, parking facility, as well as airport/railway station transfer (chargeable).

City: Jaipur
Star Category:
Holiday Inn is located on Amer Road in Jaipur.

Holiday Inn is a classified as 5 Star hotel by the Govt. of India. The hotel's architecture upholds the local culture, blending it comfortably with surroundings. All modern facilities are incorporated in the well planned hotel designed as a Haveli, which means a nobleman's mansion.

The hotel offers a range of well furnished rooms to the guests. The amenities in the rooms include air conditioner, satellite television, telephone, mini bar, safety deposit locker and tea coffee maker. Every room has an attached washroom with hot and cold water supply and bathroom amenities like soap, shampoo and linen.

The hotel offers a range of dining options - Palms, the coffee shop is a beautiful place where you can savour the choicest Indian and international cuisine while enjoying a colourful puppet show through bay windows. The Bar is an extension of the Palms, where you can revitalize yourself with a diverse range of Indian and imported wines and spirits. Aangan is the Indian specialty restaurant, where you will be entertained with flute recitals, while the chefs conjure ethnic cuisines for you. Goth - The Village is the ethnic outdoor village restaurant, with an authentic Indian rural backdrop with folk dancers, fortune - teller, fire eaters entertaining you. The Goth is open only for dinner.

Holiday Inn offers 7 halls for banquets, conferences and seminars. This includes a Boardroom as well. All the halls combines together can accommodate around 10 - 500 persons.

The facilities offered in the hotel include a shopping arcade, swimming pool, travel desk, business centre, laundry service, foreign exchange counter, parking, doctor on call, safety deposit lockers, Wi Fi internet and STD/ ISD phone facility. Other facilities include a gymnasium, table tennis and some indoor games.

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