Maharajas’ Express - Treasures of India

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Day Place Highlights
1 Delhi-Agra Board the Train at Delhi which makes its way to Agra
2 Agra-Ranthambore On reaching Agra, visit Taj Mahal.
Ranthambore national park popular especially for its tiger population. The parks is home to numerous wildlife and birds including the endangered ones. You have chance to spot sambhar, cheetal, jackal, hyena and if lucky even a leopard and tiger.
3 Jaipur Amber Fort on a hilltop overlooking Maota Lake is a halt, best explored on elephant back. Jal Mahal in the heart of Mansarovar Lake will stun you with its location and architecture. Hawa Mahal, a castle shaped pink sandstone palace dotted with 953 windows is a must see.
4 Delhi De-board after breakfast

Duration : 03 Nights / 04 Days
Destination : Delhi - Agra - Ranthambore - Jaipur - Delhi

Golden Triangle tour on luxurious Maharajas' Express

The Golden Triangle Tour takes off from Delhi, moving across the Land of Taj - Agra, to Ranthambore National Park and concludes with a touch of rich heritage in Jaipur.


Delhi, the national capital is a perfect blend of old world and new age charm. India Gate, Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar speaks volumes about Indian history. The Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Indira Gandhi Memorial and Raj Ghat are post independence heritage halts. Lanes and by-lanes of Chandni Chowk with faded buildings , houses and rickshaws ooze old world charm. While Hauz Khaz Village, Connaught Place, Dilli Haat have a dash of modernism.


Agra
engraved a permanent place in world history, thanks to the iconic Taj Mahal. This white marble mausoleum built bu Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, on the banks of Yamuna - is the ultimate epitome of love. Owing to superb Mughal architecture and craftsmanship, the Taj features among The Seven Wonders Of The World. Fatehpur Sikri built by Akbar is another example of Mughal marvel. Agra Fort, Jama Masjid also deserve a mention.

 

The Pink city is lined with forts and monuments Jaipur. The City Palace which portrays Mughal and Rajput architecture at its best. Jantar Mantar, the astronomer's choice to observe the movements of starts and planets! Jaigarh Fort, a viewpoint from where you can get a clear vision of Jaipur.You must not miss out on The Amber Palace, built by Man Singh I, is a magnificent structure built within the Amber Fort. The palace is marked by high well-carved walls, depicting Rajput culture. Apart from huge gardens, the palace complex houses Sheesh Mahal (hall of mirrors) and Jai Mandir (Temple Of Victory).


Day 01 - Board the Maharajas' Express in Delhi – Onto Agra (Embark- 09.30 hrs)
Board the Train at Delhi which makes its way to Agra – After a traditional welcome, complete your registration formalities and proceed to board the train. Enjoy brunch on board as your arrive into Agra. As you reach the ‘City of Mughal Splendour’ Agra, visit the Agra Fort. Enjoy a Champagne evening.


Day 02 - Agra

Agra – Ranthambore – Early morning visit to the majestic Taj Mahal. Enjoy the countryside with our in-house culinary delights as you travel to your next destination, Ranthambore. Embark on an exciting forest safari after lunch into the Ranthambore National Park.

 

Day 03 - Jaipur

Jaipur- Visit the Amber Fort, enjoy an elephant polo match followed by lunch at an exclusive venue. You may want to shop for fine jewellery & textiles or indulge in rejuvenating Spa treatment or visit the City Palace and Jantar-Mantar as optional activities. 


Day 04 - Delhi (Disembark- 0800 hrs)

Delhi - Breakfast onboard as you arrive at Delhi. Bid farewell to the Maharajas’ Express.
HighlightsChampagne Evening overlooking Taj Mahal
An exciting Game drive at Ranthambore
Elephant Polo match at Jaipur


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