Arrival in Delhi, after meetings and in a / port by a representative of a Sushant Travels, transfer to a hotel, accommodation. Excursions around Delhi: visiting the mosque and Jama Masjid (the Cathedral Mosque), one of the largest mosques in Asia - the courtyard can accommodate up to 25 thousand believers), Red Fort (Lal Quila) - the main fortress and cities of the times of the Mughals, The tomb of Humayun (in the UNESCO World Heritage List), the ensemble of Qutab Minar, where there is an iron stainless column and the tallest tower in India, an inspection of the Gates of India, the Presidential Palace, the Gandhi Memorial and others. Overnight in Delhi.
Breakfast. Moving to Agra. Hotel accommodation. Excursion to the legendary Fort of Agra. Overnight in Agra.
Agra is the capital of the Mughals in 1527 - 1627, there is the Taj Mahal, which is recognized as one of the wonders of the world. In the city there are many architectural monuments of the epochs and Mughals, ranked among the monuments of the world level. Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri (30 km from Agra) are recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Site.
Early morning visit to the world famous Taj Mahal. Return to the hotel, breakfast. Continuation of the excursion in Agra: visiting the first white marble tomb of Itmand-ud-daul. Departure to Jaipur (distance 258 km), along the road - an excursion to Fatehpur Sikri, a city built on a high hill by Emperor Akbar. The city looked like the new capital of Akbar and in honor of the birth of his son, was abandoned by the residents. Accommodation at the hotel, overnight.
Jaipur is the capital of the state of Rajasthan, famous for its rajas, beautiful forts, original architecture, rich history and folk craftsmen and artisans. The city was founded by Jai Singh II, famous as a patron of the arts, an outstanding ruler and scholar. It is a beautiful and original city, which, undoubtedly, will provide tourists with a lot of impressions.
Breakfast. Excursions in Jaipur: Fort Amber - the culmination of the tour, tourists enter the fortress on elephants along a steep road along the powerful bastions of the fort. Inside there are beautiful buildings and courtyards. Amber Fort is one of the most famous forts in India, it stands on a high hill and produces a decent impression.
Continuation of excursions - visiting the Palace of Winds (Hava Mahal), the City Palace (a huge complex known for collections of rare works of art), the observatory of Jantar Mantar, the largest in Asia. In the evening for additional payment ($ 20) is offered a visit to Chowki Dhani - a folk village where you can taste Rajasthan cuisine. Overnight stay.
Breakfast, free time, departure to Delhi, en route to the Neemrana Palace-Fort (19th century), from where you can enjoy a stunning view of the entire state of Rajasthan with lunch. Arrival in Delhi, accommodation at the hotel, overnight.
The fort of Neemrana was built in 1464. Neemrana was the third capital of the descendants of Prithviraja Chowhan III, who was killed in battle in 1192 AD. According to legend, one of the most brave leaders Nimola Meo, dying in battle from the hands of opponents, asked to build a new fort and call it the capital of the lost kingdom. The place was chosen for the construction of Rajoy Rajdo. Today it is an elite hotel-monument, one of the most famous hotels of "historical heritage" in India. It is a palace complex, located in 10 hectares on the slope of the mountain. It is located 140 km. from Delhi in 10 minutes drive from the highway connecting Delhi and Jaipur. The road leads to the fortress, paved with ancient masters. Hanging gardens, an abundance of flowers, open terraces and packs of parrots. Swing chairs, located in loopholes of the fortress and servant in national dresses. Stunning panorama to the surroundings.
Transfer to the railway station. 06:50 - 11:30 transfer by train Shatabdi Express to Haridwar (air conditioned cars, seats). Meeting at the station, transfer to the hotel, accommodation. Excursions in Haridwar, in the evening presence on the fiery puja (prayer) Ganga Aarti.
Sacred Haridwar is one of the most important religious centers of India, where there are numerous ashrams and temples. The city stands in a place where the holy for all Hindus river Ganges descends from the Himalayan mountains and, still fast and fast, carries its waters through the city. In Haridwar, Hindus perform numerous ablutions, thus purifying their karma. In the evenings in the city, as in Varanasi, Rishikesh, a ceremony of worshiping the Ganges Aarti River takes place, during which pilgrims bring gifts to the Ganges - numerous rafts with lights and gifts fill the river, and priests in the churches light huge torches and candelabra, leading a multi-voiced prayer under rhythmic strokes of temple bells.
Breakfast, departure to Rishikesh (28 km), excursion. Upon termination transfer to the Corbett National Park (about 1.5 hours drive). Accommodation, dinner, overnight.
Rishikesh is a sacred city located on the banks of the Ganges in a place where the river descends from the Himalayan mountains. It is considered the world capital of yoga - here in the local ashrams, numerous gurus offer yoga and meditation courses. The city is famous for its highly valued temples and shrines, hence the ascent to the holy places of the Himalayan mountains - Yamunotri (222 km), Gangotri (246 km), Kedarnath (223 km) and Badrinath (298 km.). On the banks of the Ganges are numerous ghats (places for ablution and prayers), of which the main one is Triveni ghat.
The whole day is a rest in the Corbett National Park. Safaris on elephants (wild animals are not afraid of the smell of elephants and let them in close range). Individual jeep safari - extra charge, in addition, you can order fishing, bird watching, a walking tour accompanied by a guide. .
Corbett National Park is the first National Park of India. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, occupies an area of about 1200 square kilometers. The park was founded in 1936 and bears the name of the legendary naturalist, hunter and writer Jim Corbett, who for a long time lived in India and knew her nature perfectly. Jim Corbett became famous for the destruction of tigers - cannibals, as well as his books and publications.
Corbett National Park is located in a wide valley through which the Ramanga River flows and is covered with shrouds, forests and jungles.
The park is included in the Indian program "Tiger", here live about 150 individuals. In addition to tigers, leopards, reed cats, anglers, etc. live here. In total, there are 50 species of mammals, 580 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles. Among the reptiles must be noted gavial (a kind of crocodile), this is a very rare animal, listed in the Red Book. It can be found only in the rivers of Hindustan and Indochina. In addition, here live the combed crocodiles and cobra. Everywhere in the park one can meet elephants, elephant safaris are offered.