*Tourists can also make customized itinerary and car tour package with places of their interest and preferred time
*Time mentioned in the itinerary may vary.


About Tour: Agra is famous for the wonderful Taj Mahal and some other buildings of historical significance. The city has a very rich legacy and its heritage is connected with the Mughal dynasty. Various other rulers also contributed to the magnificent past of this city. On the other hand, the Pink City Jaipur offers endless variety of crafts, gemstone and jewelry centers apart from glorious forts and palaces. The city has 9 rectangular sectors symbolizing the nine divisions of the universe. Book a cab for an enjoyable tour.


You will be picked up from your preferred location or hotel in Chandigarh in a sophisticated car to begin visit to Agra and Jaipur. Chandigarh to Agra distance is 459 km which takes about 7 hours. Agra to Jaipur distance is 239 km which takes about 4 hours.


Day 1: Guest pick up/ Drive to Agra

Guest picked up and we begin Agra Visit. Upon arrival we take a hotel. After refreshment we begin sightseeing we see the Agra fort and The Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal: The Taj Mahal is one of the most glorious monuments built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his much-loved wife. 28 kinds of rare and precious stones were used for inlay work in the Taj sourced from Sri Lanka, Tibet, China and India. During the British rule, the monument was violated many times because of these stones. In the late nineteenth century the restoration work was taken over.


Agra Fort: This magnificent structure is built in red sandstone and was built primarily as a military structure by Akbar but was later transformed into a palace by his son, Shah Jahan. He was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb for eight years in the octagonal tower, ‘Mussaman Burj’ of the fort where he died. Night rest


Day 2: Agra sightseeing/ Drive towards Jaipur

We see Baby Taj Mahal (Tomb of Itimād-ud-Daulah)

Baby Taj Mahal: Baby Taj is a Mughal mausoleum and a classic red sandstone structure. Itmad-ud-Daulah means ‘Pillar of the Government’. Though it is not as spectacular as Taj Mahal but it is more delicate in appearance due to wide use of finely carved marble lattice screens. From here we move towards Jaipur. Upon arrival we take a hotel. After refreshment we begin Jaipur sightseeing.


We see Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal and Jantar mantar.

Hawa Mahal: The most celebrated landmark of Jaipur, the palace of winds was built in 1799 by Sawai Pratap Singh, known as poet king. There are 953 small, knottily carved jharokhas or windows in the structure actually planned for the royal family to peep into everyday life of the city.


Jantar Mantar: The word Jantar Mantar means ‘calculation instrument’. Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh this unique structure is listed in UNESCO World Heritage list. It boasts of 14 architectural astronomical instruments designed for time measurement, track cosmic bodies and study the orbits of the planets around the sun.


Jal Mahal: Built for royal duck shooting parties the Jal Mahal is a pretty palace in Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. It was built by Sawai Pratap Singh, the ruler of Jaipur from 1778 to 1803. It is considered as one of the most attractive architectural palace that was built with the Mughal and Rajputana styles of erection. Night rest.


Day 3: Jaipur sightseeing/Back trip

We see Central museum, Birla Mandir and also explore Amber fort.

Albert Hall (Central Museum): Oldest museum of Rajasthan. It was christened after the Prince of Wales Prince Albert Edward. The museum has a rich collection of artefacts like paintings, ivory, carpets, stone, colourful crystal works, metal sculptures, etc. The Egyptian Mummy is the world famous art piece kept here.


Birla Mandir: India’s famous business family, Birla family received a part of land from the Maharaja of Jaipur for a token of one rupee and they built this exquisite temple. The temple is distinguished for the white marble assembly style. The birth anniversary of Lord Krishna is celebrated as a grand festival here.


Amber Fort: Amber (pronounced Amer) Fort is one of the most important destinations in Jaipur. It is a fascinating example of blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture. Its Seesh Mahal (mirror Palace) is globally renowned for its artistry in sparkling mirrors.


After exploring major spots we begin back trip to Chandigarh for drop at preferred location.


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    9.50 / Per Km

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    10.00 / Per Km

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  • Maruti Ertiga or Equivalent (Economy SUV)

    12.00 / Per Km

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  • Toyota Innova or Equivalent (Mini Van)

    13.50 / Per Km

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  • Toyota Innova Crysta or Equivalent (Mini Van)

    15.00 / Per Km

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  • Tempo Traveller 9 Seater (Van - Small)

    24.00 / Per Km

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  • Tempo Traveller 12 Seater (Van - Medium)

    28.00 / Per Km

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  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent (Luxury Sedan Small)

    28.00 / Per Km

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