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Delhi Jaipur and Agra with Fatehpur Sikri Tour

Delhi Jaipur and Agra with Fatehpur Sikri Tour: 03 Nights / 04 Days Delhi » Agra » Jaipur


01st April – 30th September 2020.

(Except For Festive Period & Long Weekends)
Hotel Category Package Cost Per Adult
Budget Rs. 6000
Standard Rs.7000
Deluxe Rs.8000
Super deluxe Rs.9500
Luxury Rs.10500
Premium Rs.12000
Based On Minimum 6 Adults Travelling Together & Sharing 3 Double Rooms

01st October 2020 – 31st March 2021

(Except For Festive Period, Long Weekends, Christmas & New Year Period)
Hotel Category Package Cost Per Adult
Budget Rs.7000
Standard Rs.8000
Deluxe Rs.9000
Super deluxe Rs.10000
Luxury Rs.12000
Premium Rs.14000
Based On Minimum 6 Adults Travelling Together & Sharing 3 Double Rooms


Hotel Category Delhi Agra Jaipur
Budget Hotel Suzi International / Hotel Grace Hotel Dazzle / Riya Palace Thikana Palace / Hotel Chitra Katha
Standard Trim Room @ Palm D’or/ Hotel NirmalMahal Panna Paradise / Optimum Tara Palace Trim Mount Blue Jaipur / Rajputana Haveli
Deluxe Grand Uddhav / Hotel Godwin Deluxe Hotel Dasaprakash / Taj Villa Amer Valley By Parfait / Om Niwas
Super deluxe Legend Inn / Florence Inn Hotel Amar / Royale Residency Nahargarh Haveli / Krishna Palace
Luxury Regent Grand / Mantra Amaltas AtulyaaTaj/ The Retreat Nirbana Palace A Heritage Hotel / Zone By The Park
Premium Radisson Blu PaschimVihar / Holiday Inn New Delhi MayurVihar Radisson Hotel Agra / Clarks Shiraz Ramada Jaipur / Laxmi Palace Heritage Boutique Hotel


What's Included What's Excluded
  • Pick up and drop from Delhi airport/ railway station.
  • Intercity transfers from Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Delhi.
  • 1 Night accommodation in Delhi with 1 breakfast.
  • 1 Night accommodation in Agra with 1 breakfast.
  • 1 Night accommodation in Jaipur with 1 breakfast.
  • Local sightseeingat Delhi , Agra and Jaipur by an air conditioned SUV Car .
  • Toll taxes,State permits, parking charges , Fuel charges and driver’s daily allowance.
  • All applicable hotel taxes and service charge.
  • Travel insurance. 
  • Air or train fare throughout the tour itinerary.
  • Entrance Fees, video camera permits during sightseeing.
  • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicleother than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Personal expenses such as lunches , dinners , mini bar , laundry, telephone calls , spa , tips , porter-age , etc.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc. (to be borne by the client directly).
  • Any increase in taxes or fuel price, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
  • Any other feature which is not mentioned in the "What’s Included” column.

Introducing Delhi Jaipur and Agra with Fatehpur Sikri Tour

The People in Delhi Jaipur and Agra

As in the rest of India, the people of the Golden Triangle are a colorful mix of communities, religious, languages and traditional tribes. All the gradations of the caste system are found here the upper brahmins and kshatriyas, the middle-ranking, vaishyas and the lowest, menial labourers. Almost all of India's communities are represented in Delhi: dark-skinned Tamils and Keralites, lighter-skinned Punjabis, the shorter, squatter Bengalis, as well as Maharashtrians, Gujaratis and students from the north-eastern states of Assam and Nagaland.

It is interesting to see how certain communities have created their own housing areas in the capital. Janak Puri in west Delhi is dominated by Keralites and Tamils, while Chittaranjan Park in south Delhi is made up almost entirely by Bengalis. It is complete with a market that stocks a wide variety of delicious fish.

Thousands of migrant labourers from the villages of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana swarm into Delhi to look for work. Certain jobs and services have become associated with distinct communities and castes. Tribal Christian girls from Bihar work as housemaids, a number of plumbers come from Orissa, the nurses from Kerala, and the doss (south Indian bread) restaurants are, of course, all staffed by Tamils or Keralites.

In Delhi you can also see the puppie, or Punjabi Upwardly Mobile Professional, zoom by in a Hyundai or Honda and swing in the city's booming night-clubs. India's Generations x are called trendy conservatives. They dress fashionably and listen to the latest western pop music, but few are able to break out of parental control. Living together, having gay relationships and even divorce are still fairly unacceptable.

In Rajasthan the most visible group are the Rajputs — the warriors representing different noble houses — like the Kachhawahas of Jaipur, the Rathods of Jodhpur and the Sisodias of Mewar. Together with the brahmins they constitute less than a tenth of Rajasthan's population. With a brightly coloured turban and handlebar moustache, the Rajput prides himself on his ancestry, although many have now fallen on hard times and have been forced to convert their ancestral properties into luxury hotels. Rajput villagers might be tall and brightly turbaned, but they are also impoverished and skinny.

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