*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: This is a tour full of historic marvels. Jaipur boasts of heritage spots, great forts and remarkable monuments. Agra is home to a Wonder of the World, The Taj Mahal. Jhansi is full of spots having important place in India’s freedom struggle while Orchha is the proud preserver of some magnificent forts and palaces. Art of love is artistically depicted in the temples of Khajuraho. Book a car for an enjoyable trip.


You will be picked up from your preferred location or hotel in Chandigarh in a sophisticated car to begin visit to Jaipur, Agra, Jhansi, Orchha and Khajuraho. Chandigarh to Jaipur distance is 531 km which takes about 8 hours. Jaipur to Agra distance is 240 km which takes about 4 hours. Agra to Jhansi distance is 234 km which takes about 4.30 hours. Jhansi to Orchha distance is 16 km which takes about half an hour. Orchha to Khajuraho distance is 173 km which takes about 3.30 hours.


Day 1: Guest pick up/ Move to Jaipur Sightseeing

Hawa Mahal: The eminent landmark of Jaipur, Palace of Winds was built in 1799 by Sawai Pratap Singh. There are 953 knottily carved openings or Jharokhas in the whole building. It was designed in such a way so that the royal family can look at everyday happenings of the city.


City Palace: This is exceptionally royal. The complex is home to many antique structures like Mubarak Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Diwan-e-Khas, Diwan-e-Aam and Maharani Palace. It opens daily from 9.30 am to 5 pm.


Jantar Mantar: This excellent structure is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage list. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. It preserves a constellation of 14 astronomical instruments designed for tracking cosmic bodies and study the orbits of the planets.


Amber Fort: Also known as Amer Fort, it is a major destination here visited by tourists. Its mirror palace is globally renowned for imagination. Night rest


Day 2: Drive towards Agra/Agra sightseeing

We see top sites of Agra, the Taj Mahal and Agra fort

Taj Mahal: Built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the fond memory of his wife Mumtaj Mahal, the cenotaph is simply breathtaking. About 22000 laborers, stonecutters, painters and embroidery artists were involved in its creation. It is believed that the Emperor wanted to build another Taj Mahal in black marble across the river but a dispute with his sons interrupted the plans. The changing moods of Mumtaj Mahal are well captured by the changing shades of the Mausoleum at different times of the day.


Agra fort: Agra Fort is a striking red sandstone structure which is a UNESCO world heritage site. It was built as a military structure by Akbar but was converted into a palace by his son, Shah Jahan. A heart-breaking story is attached with it. It is said that Shah Jahan was held captive by his son Aurangzeb for 8 years in one of the towers of the fort, ‘Mussaman Burj’ where he died. We drive towards Jhansi. Upon arrival night rest.


Day 3: Jhansi sightseeing.

Jhansi is a place of historical significance. The queen of Jhansi Laxmi Bai led forces against British army in India’s freedom struggle in 1857. We see Jhansi fort, Rani Mahal, Maha Lakshmi temple, Government museum and St. Judes Shrine

Jhansi fort: The Jhansi fort is a grand fortress located on a hilltop. In the month of January–February every year, a huge event ‘Jhansi Mahotsav’ is held. The fort opens all days for the tourists from 6 am to 6 pm.


Rani Mahal: This is the citadel of Queen Laxmi Bai. Now it is a museum and treasures the memory of the queen and remains of the 9th to 12th century as well. It opens every day from 7 am to 5.30 pm.


Maha Lakshmi Temple: It is a great temple with amazing historical significance. Devotees seek blessings here for financial profits.


Government Museum: A museum which preserves architectural marvels of historic times. It is a must visit for the tourists.


St. Judes Shrine: It is a very popular shrine for Catholic Christians and preserves the bone of St. Jude buried in its foundation. Devotees gather here from distant places. Night rest


Day 4: Orchha sightseeing

We see Jehangir Mahal, Orchha Fort, Chaturbhuj Temple, Chattris (Cenotaphs), Ram Raja temple

Jehangir Mahal, Orchha Fort: The beautiful fort was built as be a stronghold for the Mughals to allow greater control over the Bundela region. The palace was completed in 1598 by Bharath Bhushan after he defeated Vir Deo Singh of Bundela.


Chaturbhuj Temple: Devoted to Lord Vishnu, it was built in 875 AD during the reign of Gurjara Pratihara dynasty. The name literally means the one with four arms.


Chattris (Cenotaphs): Located on the Betwa river banks, Chattris is a set of magnificent royal tombs of the Maharajas. They are placed on a platform and supported by the pillars. They look very beautiful.


Ram Raja Temple: This is a beautiful Ram temple with an intriguing history behind it. It is said that the Idols which were supposed to be installed in the Chaturbhuj Temple were kept on the ground. This temple stands on that spot only.

Departure to Khajuraho

Upon Khajuraho arrival we check into a hotel, Night rest.


Day 5: Khajuraho sightseeing

We begin Khajuraho sightseeing which is a world-famous tourist spot for temples built on erotic themes. Some of the sanctified temples of this place are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We see Lakshmana Temple, Vishwanath temple and Kandariya Mahadev temple.

Lakshmana Temple: This incredible huge stone temple is famed for over 600 imageries of Gods and Goddesses of the Hindu religion. These open all days, 5 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 9pm.


Vishwanath temple: This amazing temple built in 11th century is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is famous for the exquisitely carved sculptures of Shiva Lingam and Lord Brahma. It opens all days 7 am to 7 pm.


Day 6: We explore some more temples like Devi Jagdamba temple, Adinath temple and Dulhadev temple

Devi Jagdamba Temple: It was built as a Vishnu temple. The temple has beautifully carved erotic figures. The Garba Griha houses a beautiful sculpture of the Goddess of the Universe.


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


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