Travel to Fascinating India

Renu Shekhawat By : Renu Shekhawat
Travel to Fascinating India

Travel to Fascinating India, India … a country that will enchant you with its beauty and diversity, will delight you with the splendor of colors that enrich its culture, will dazzle you with its modernity, embrace you with its warmth and overwhelm you with its hospitality … a land where the old and the contemporary coexist, where thousands of brilliant images fill our soul with wonders and where the picturesque and surprising contradictions come together to give vitality, texture and poetry to life. India … the legendary land of mystery, of palaces and kings, of romance and intrigue, of nobility and greatness. A land with a great tradition of service and privileges towards royalty.

Travel to Fascinating India, do not to worry for your bookings, hotel booking, train booking, flight booking, car, driver, guide, escort, and shopping anything you need in your travel the team of India’s Invitation will make all the arrangements so perfect in your budget, India’s Invitation says ” travel with us because we care”.

Travel to Fascinating India

Travel to Fascinating India, a land that has the largest population of tigers in the world. Imagine that you are transported a couple of centuries ago. Imagine waking up and finding yourself in a Royal bed with canopy and with the soft sun gauze filtering through the windows of exquisite filigree. Imagine looking through the windows and finding peacocks stinging the lawn. Imagine that an army of turban porters serves you a banquet. Imagine being a king for a day. Imagine living in a palace!

Delhi

Travel to Fascinating India, let’s start your first day of your small trip to India with Delhi. Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, visit the ancient Delhi including the Red Fort (out) – one of the most opulent forts of the Moghul Empire era, the Jama Masjid – India’s longest mosque, Raj Ghat – Mahatma Gandhi’s tomb. Enjoy a fascinating ride by Rickshaw “Cart pulled by man” in Chandni Chowk to see its markets and typical bazaars. Lunch at the local restaurant, driver of India’s Invitation will take you to the best which suits your budget.

Travel to Fascinating India

In the afternoon, visit of New Delhi, The Qutub Minar, Gateway of India, tour of the Government Buildings area, Presidential Palace and Parliament. You will also visit the temple of the Sikhs (Guruduwara Bangla Sahib). Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Jaipur

Travel to Fascinating India, let’s start your second (or third depends on your travel days) day of your small trip to India with Jaipur.  Delicious breakfast at the Hotel. In the morning, excursion to Amber Fort, a romantic and classic Rajasthan palace of the Kachwaha dynasty who ruled this region from the 8th to the 12th century. Climb to the fort will be on elephant back (subject to availability) or by jeep if there are no elephants available. Lunch at local restaurant, driver of India’s Invitation will take you to the best which suits your budget.

In the afternoon visit to the city highlighting: City Palace, known for its mixture of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, There will be a photo stop at Hawa Mahal also known as the Palace of the Winds. It was built so that real women could observe the processions without being seen. The Astronomical Observatory will also be visited. Dinner and overnight at the hotel

Travel to Fascinating India

Agra

Travel to Fascinating India, let’s start your fourth (or fifth depends on your travel days) day of your small trip to India with Agra. Amazing breakfast and then early in the morning, visit the Taj Mahal, symbol of love, built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in the 17th century. Enjoy a walk in Tonga from the parking lot to the Taj Mahal. (Just one way). (The Taj Mahal closes on Fridays). The Agra Fort was built by Emperor Akbar “Lunch at the local restaurant in Agra. In the afternoon, Visit the Ashram “Mother Teresa”. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

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