Excursions From Delhi
Meet with our representatives on your arrival at the Delhi airport who will take you to the designated Hotel. Shortly afterwards, proceed for the sightseeing tour which will start from the historic Rajghat, the memorial to Father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. Afterwards, visit all the modern structures and monument of prominence in Delhi including Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate, Birla Mandir, Lotus temple and ISCKON temple.-: PLACES TO SEE :-
Hawa Mahal :- Hawa Mahal also known as Palace of Winds is in Jaipur, India. Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 its design is in the form of the crown of Lord Krishna. It is believed that Hawa Mahal was designed to allow the Royal ladies to watch Royal processions from its windows
Amber Fort :- Amber Fort – The most popular tourist destination in Jaipur, the fort is located in picturesique settings of Amber, 11 km from Jaipur. Famous for its ornate and breathtaking artistic brilliance, the place is a fine example of Mughal architecture. Take a joyful elephant ride to the entrance of the Fort, located on top of a hill. A sound and light show is also organized every evening at the site.
Jaigarh fort :- Jaigarh fort – Jaigarh Fort is located at a distance of 15 km from Jaipur, and is one of the most spectacular forts in the Pink city. Built between the 15th and 18th century, the place still has almost all of its original facilities intact. The fort used to serve as the center for artillery production and military activities. In-fact, the Jaivana cannon of the fort is believed to be the largest cannon on wheels in the world
Jantar mantar :- Jantar mantar - The Jantar Mantar is an ancient astronomical instrument, built between 1727 and 1734 by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the ruler of the Kingdom of Jaipur. A keen follower of astronomical science, he built a total of 5 such laboratories in the country, with the Jaipur Jantar Mantar being the largest amongst them. The observatory consists of fourteen major geometric devices for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars in their orbits etc. The site has now become a famous tourist attraction and is also used by local astronomers to predict the weather for farmers and by students of astronomy who visit the site for case study.