Day 1: Arrival at Delhi
- India Holidays From London will start from the capital of India i.e.
Delhi. As soon as you’ll arrive at the International Delhi Airport,
you’d be greeted heartily by the representatives of the Visit India
Travel. From there, you’d be taken to the hotels of your own choice so
that you stay in Delhi could be made comfortable and luxurious.
Relaxing in one of the best hotels in Delhi would be pleasurable along
with the kind and urgent services of the staff of hotels.Overnight
Stay at the hotel.
Day 2: Delhi
- After breakfast, you’d be taken to a sightseeing tour for the whole
day to visit some of the interesting places of Delhi. Delhi has been
perfectly blended by the Old Delhi and the New Delhi. Presence of many
historical monuments like the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutab Minar and
India Gate. Firstly, you’d be starting your day by visiting the Red
Fort. Red Fort built by the British people during their reign has been
considered as one of their excellent architectural works. Red Fort is
the place where the Prime minister of India hosts the flag i.e. it is
a monument of national importance. The brickwork of the building is
amazing. Inside the Red Fort, you would be glad to see the local
markets especially the work of the artisans. The courtyards make it
look quite good. There are a couple of museums which would create
anxiety inside you to explore the ancient India before the days of
freedom of India. Following the Red Fort, you’ll be visiting the Jama
Masjid. Jama Masjid is a work of Mughal architecture and is considered
to be a place of religious importance for the Muslims. Near to the
Jama Masjid, you’ll wander on Chandni Chowk. It has everything related
to the Old Delhi, the real Delhi. Other places of interest are the
India Gate, Birla Mandir and the Raj Ghat. India Gate must be visited
as it has excellent stonework embedded on it. Qutab Minar has
something to look at being the tallest minaret of the Asia. Overnight
Stay at the hotel is provided.
Day 3: Delhi- Agra (220 Kms / 4 hours
by road) - After breakfast, you’ll be
taken to Agra by roadways. The distance between Delhi and Agra being
approximately 220 Kms is connected by good Roads adding comfort to the
journey. After arrival at one of your selected hotels in Agra, you’ll
be asked to check-in to hotel. In the afternoon, visiting Taj Mahal is
scheduled. A monument which is remembered as an evidence of the love
story between Shah Jehan and Mumtaz. Purely made of white marble, Taj
Mahal has a big courtyard, minarets and a big pond in front of it. The
beautiful gardens are worth looking at as it is situated on the banks
of the Yamuna River. Following the joyful visit of the Taj Mahal,
you’d be taken to the Agra Fort. The Agra fort is famous again for its
architectural works having a large courtyard and is somewhat connected
to the stories which led to the construction of the Taj Mahal. Before
the evening, visit to the Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb. Itmad-ud-Daula was
the grandfather of the Mumtaz. Overnight Stay at the hotel is
Day 4: Agra –Jaipur (250 Kms / 5 hours
by road) - In the morning, you’ll be
asked to leave for Jaipur which is at a distance of 250 Kms and takes
only 5 hours to reach there. During the journey, you’d be glad to
reach a mid destination i.e. Fatehpur Sikri. Being one of the towns
made by the Mughals, has some interesting places to visit especially
the tombs. After reaching Jaipur, you’ll feel yourself completely
trapped in the atmosphere of the royal life. Transfer to the hotel and
stay for two nights is included.
Day 5: Jaipur
- After breakfast, sightseeing tour for the whole day is provided.
Popularly known as the Pink City, Jaipur has a number of places to
visit like the Amber Fort, Royal Observatory, and Jantar Mantar along
with the City Palace. Firstly, you’d be visiting the Amber Fort better
known as the Amer Fort. Completely makes you feel that you are in a
royal Rajputana place. The royal architecture along with a large
courtyard and walls filled of artwork doesn’t leave with any thought
other than the Amer Fort. Amer Fort was made by the Rajput family and
considered as a perfect fort to be called as secular. Having
connections with the Great Akbar’s wife Jodha Bai, Amer is having a
mixture of both the communities i.e. the Hindus and the Muslims and
the evidence could be seen by visiting the Amer Fort. After visiting
the Amer Fort, you’d be taken towards the Royal Observatory which
marks the place of the ancient astrologers having the traditional and
ancient telescopes preserved in the museums. Just connected to it is
the Jantar Mantar, a must visit place. The City Palace should be
visited later on and fortunately there are local markets nearby.
Overnight Stay at the hotel is included.
Day 6: Jaipur –Udaipur (By Flight)
- In the Morning, you have to leave for Udaipur by flight. Transfer to
the airport would be guided by the representatives of the Visit India
Travel. Again the representatives will take you to the hotel of
Udaipur on your arrival. Now you need to check –in to the hotel.
Overnight Stay at the hotel.
Day 7: Udaipur - Udaipur,
the Venice of the East is completely surrounded by lakes and valleys.
Though the altitude of the valley is not too high yet you would be
thrilled to see the landscapes surrounding you. After the Breakfast,
you have to leave for a full day sightseeing tour of the Udaipur. When
you are in Udaipur, you should visit the City Palace. Preserved by the
Rajasthan tourism board, the City Palace is a live example of the
royal life in the Rajasthan. Following it, we leave for the Jagdish
Temple which is seen as an excellent architectural building made by
the ancient kings. Your evening would become even more pleasant when
you’d be sitting in the ornamental gardens better known as the
Saheliyon Ki Badi. Overnight Stay is included.
Day 8: Udaipur – Mumbai
(By Flight) - After the breakfast, check-in to
the airport and you’ll be leading to a place which is 180 degrees away
from the royal cities. As soon as you’ll reach Mumbai, you’ll come to
know all about it. The place where everybody becomes a winner someday
is termed as Mumbai. Cricket, Bollywood, Fashion, Industries, Fun and
food are some of the terms associated with the commercial capital of
India i.e. Mumbai. In the afternoon, you are free to leave anywhere or
you may stay in the rooms of your hotel. Though, it would be better to
roam around in the markets as Mumbai has everything for you. Overnight
Stay at the hotel.
Day 9: Mumbai
- After spending a night in Mumbai, you’ll feel
yourself as a part of it surely. After breakfast, you have to get
ready to explore the biggest city of the India and one of the busiest
too. Gateway of India, Mani Bhawan, King George IV’s commemoration,
and Marine drive, Museum of Prince of the Wales and some of the other
places should be visited. Gateway of India is the place to the coastal
plains of Bombay and is considered as a place which is the gate to
India. Looks similar to the India Gate, the stonework embedded on it
is simply superb. Marine drive should be visited in the night as it is
one of the most happening places in Mumbai. Lots of activities do take
place in the evening and you would enjoy a lot there. Overnight Stay
Day 10: Mumbai - Cochin
(By Flight) - After enjoying a couple of days in the busiest and the
most happening place, you need to leave for the journey to the South
of India. After the breakfast, you’d be directed towards the airport
by the representatives of the Visit India Travelwho have organised the
Unforgettable India Tours package. After lodging at the airport,
you’ll be departed to Cochin which is considered as the commercial
city of the South of India. Cochin formerly known as Kochi has a lot
to look for as the places are worth visiting. Now as soon as you
arrive at the Cochin airport, you’ll be transferred to the hotel where
you need to check-in. You have the full day to spend on your own
choice. Either you may spend the day by relaxing in one of the
luxurious rooms of the hotel or by spending the time in the markets.
Overnight Stay at the hotel is provided assuring comfort and pleasant
Day 11: Cochin
- The busiest seaport of the country, Cochin is considered as the
place for trading especially when it comes to trade of spices. Having
connections with the portugese settlements, this place has a lot to
look for. You’ll be thrilled when you will visit the places of
interest in Cochin after the morning breakfast. Being a place famous
for the fisherman, you’ll find the best Chinese nets used for fishing.
The places that you would love to visit are the Mattancherry Dutch
Palace, St. Francis Church and the Jewish Synagogue. Overnight Stay at
Day 12: Cochin- Kumarakom
(85 Kms/ 1.5 hours by road) - Detailed Itinerary : After breakfast,
drive to Kumarakom by roadways journey is scheduled. The
representatives would be with you guiding towards your next
destination. Moving on the roads would leave you close to the nature
and its beauty as the beauty and spirit of the South India is best
cherished on this route. Overnight Stay at the hotel is included.
Day 13: Kumarakom
- Detailed Itinerary : Kumarakom, one of the famous backwaters of
Kerala offers a lot for you if you love boat racing and water. It is a
place where you’ll find most of the flora, fauna found in the Kerala.
Imagine yourself sitting on a long snake boat, clean water, birds
chirping and hovering above you, water surrounded by valleys and in
between some of the points noticing the plants i.e. of banana. Now,
you must have made special preparations for visiting this lovely place
Kumarakom. After breakfast, you’ll be leaving for a bird sanctuary
watch and sightseeing tour visiting places of interest in Kumarakom.
Boat races are the most popular events held in the backwaters of
Kumarakom which are worth watching. Overnight Stay at the hotel.
Day 14: Kumarakom – Kovalam
(175 Kms/ 3.5 hours) - Detailed Itinerary : Kumarakom must have made
the last days of the Unforgettable India Tours pleasurable. After
going through the backwaters of the Kumarakom, there is still
something left in Kerala i.e. Kovalam. After breakfast, you’d be taken
towards the next destination by a road journey of not more than 175
Kms. It would only take 3.5 hours. You won’t mind as you’ll be taken
into luxurious buses and cars. Watching the greenery and banana plants
would add to the memories of the journey as Kerala is the land which
should be looked upon completely. Transfer to the hotel after arriving
at the destination. Overnight Stay at the hotel.
Day 15: Kovalam - Kovalam,
the place known for its spices and cultures is must visit destination.
After breakfast, you would be either taken to the water sports
department or left in the hotel as per your wish. As the atmosphere of
this very place is so soothing and relaxing that you don’t feel like
going anywhere and feels like spending the time in the shade. An
ayurvedic treatment is scheduled on your own wish.
Day 16: Kovalam – Trivandrum
(20 Kms/30 minutes) - & Departure from Trivandrum Airport - After
breakfast, you need to leave for Trivandrum which is at a distance of
only 30 minutes. From there, you’d be departed from the Trivandrum
airport. End of Indian Holidays From London.