• Rickshaw ride in Old Delhi.
  • 01 Lunch is included during old Delhi food tour. (No dinner included in Delhi)
  • 01 lunch & dinner included in Agra.
  • Food tasting also included during food walk in Delhi, Lucknow
  • 01 Dinner at Couquina in Lucknow.
  • 01 Lunch at Royal café in Lucknow
  • Lunch at local restaurant in Jaipur.
  • Visit a block print workshop in Jaipur and see the artesian doing block printing using organic colours.
  • Enjoy Jeep ride OR Elephant ride at Amber Fort, Jaipur
  • Visit local market in Jaipur by rickshaw.
  • Sunrise visit of Taj Mahal.
  • Departure dinner in Delhi at local restaurant.


Day 01- Arrive Delhi by international flight

On arrival at Delhi International airport after clearing immigration formalities, you will meet our representative in arrival hall holding paging of your name. He will further assist you to your vehicle and then hotel check-in formalities. (Standard check-in time is 1200 hours).

Evening dinner will be at one of the most famous restaurant “BUKHARA” of ITC Maurya Hotel, Delhi where many of the international dignitaries had dinner.

Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02- Delhi

Breakfast at hotel

Post breakfast you will be proceed for combined full day city tour of Old and New Delhi. We start the tour from Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk this part of Delhi will take you in Old Mughal era, while walking through old lanes you can see big wooden carved antique doors, big havelis (mansion), narrow lanes and busy bustling life. You must taste lip smacking street food in Old Delhi market area.

Enjoy Old Delhi food tour from Chawri Bazar Metro Station Outside Exit Gate – 3 ( Land Mark: near shop no. 3487-88 Chowk HauzQazi / Ashok Chat Corner. (Timing: in summer 08:00 hrs till 12:00 hrs/ Winter 08:30 hrs till 12:30 hrs)

  • Old Delhi Local Breakfast / Local Lunch(in case of afternoon tour)/ Some Safe Street Food Tasting to try some local delicacies
  • Heritage & Bazaar walk
  • Participation in local activities and interaction with locals
  • Cycle / Battery Rickshaw Rides
  • Visiting -Few Hidden Treasures
  • Spice Market visit ( Khari Baoli)
  • Temple Visit
  • Local Home for complimentary traditional meal at Masterji Kee Haveli (an Old Private Mansion in the old city in which single family is living from generations)
  • Company of English Speaking Local Friend cum Story Teller cum Photographer
  • Free online restricted photo album of the entire tour as a gift to your clients, for their memories!

What to wear: Because of little conservative society in Old Delhi – Ladies, please dress modestly (wear dress which cover your shoulders and your legs below the knees), Please ensure you are carrying cap for adequate protection against the sun. Usually you have to take off footwear to visit Indian houses, but check with your host as this rule may apply only to some areas of the house.

Post lunch visit New Delhi or Lutyens Delhi, beautifully designed by “Sir Edwin Lutyens”, drive pass India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan and Connaught Place. Later continue the sightseeing visiting, Humayun Tomb, the tomb was built in 1570 and was the first garden tomb made by Humayun’s son Akbar. It is Unesco world heritage site.

Conclude the sightseeing with the visit of “Qutub Minar”, the stunning red stone tower is 72.5 m high with 2.75m in diameter. It is also UNESCO site.

Evening will be at leisure to relax or to pursue independent activities.

(Dinner will be on direct payment basis at the hotel as today will be the first day we want the guests eat as their comfort level as it will take some time to adjust with new cuisine).

Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 03- Delhi- Lucknow by flight

Breakfast at hotel

Post breakfast you will be transferred to airport to board the flight for Lucknow.

Meeting and assistance on arrival at the airport and transfer to hotel.

On arrival check in at hotel. Post Lunch Later we visit Sadat Ali & Begum Tombs and the ‘Chatar Manzil’ (Outside view only), we reach the world’s most unique architecture, ‘Asifi Imambara’. This monument was built as a relief measure for a devastating famine, in order to provide employment to the subjects of the state by Nawab Asif-ud-Daula’. This is the world’s biggest hall that is devoid of any pillar support, wood, iron beams or concrete walls. Salute the “Nawab” (Prince) lying in peace inside and proceed to see his noble work. Also see the ‘Rumi Darwaza’ or the Turkish Gate and the Asfi Mosque. Later we reach the Husainabad Complex – The Clock Tower is the highest Clock Tower in Asia and in some ways superior to its counterpart, ‘Big Ben’. Today the clock stands motionless but has witnessed all times, the good, the bad and the ugly. Now enter the Babylon of East, The Husainabad Imambara – known for its beauty and pieces of décor. This was built in 1840 by Mohammad Ali Shah and is still considered to be a sacred address by the natives. The beautiful chandeliers, silver seat, sandalwood décor and calligraphy on the walls all are so creative. Admire each one and bow down to the Nawab and his Mother sleeping inside

Later we back to hotel and in evening at 1930 Hrs we reach to Coquina. Dining always was and is a great artistic opportunity in Lucknow and more so it is at Coquina. Many dishes that were once extinct or were just a home-kitchen names or even were secret recipes from the royal kitchens of nobility, are revived here as a secret re-told by Coquina. Coquina is a small 160 sq ft, immaculately furnished and a well-equipped artisanal kitchen, booked privately by appointment, (not an open facility like a restaurant) that produces food from local produce, in small portions, for limited consumption of maximum four to maximum six guests at a time, but is rather happier with just two for a private session. It also offers a combination of traditional and modern cooking by knowledgeable individuals, who are cooks by passion and not by profession. Our guests get a chance to learn about this Awadhi Cuisine, cook for themselves under expert supervision and enjoy a meal as well.

Overnight stay at hotel

Day 04- Lucknow

Breakfast at hotel

Post breakfast we will embark upon a city tour of Lucknow. We now visit Lucknow Residency. Lucknow Residency a place where speechless walls are known to speak the gruesome tale of the 1857 mutiny. The sprawling British campus witnessed nothing less than 3000 deaths to keep the Union Jack flying. Yet the British could not defend their domain and the buildings were lost to the high spirited and enthusiastic Indians who fought till their last breath. The trees, bullet sprinkled walls, unusable canons, worn out firearms all cry aloud with the burden of deaths that were witnessed here. We also visit the graveyard to pay our homage to named and unnamed soldiers who gave up their lives in the defence of The Residency

Lunch at The Royal Café: The royal cafe is a brand of Jagtiani hotels and properties with a rich legacy of forty years in the food & beverage industry in Lucknow. They have been delighting & entertaining the citizens of Lucknow with great food at highly affordable prices. This chain of hotels is known for introducing several signature dishes including Basket Chaat, Potli Kabab among others. They have also brought about several innovations for preparing food in hygienic conditions.

Post lunch this evening, we leave for a Heritage Walk : we will reach ‘Chowk‘ the oldest market place of Lucknow to appreciate the unique crafts of this Nawabi City. We walk in the by-lane of Chowk called ‘Gol Darwaza’ – a place that was once a seat of numerous ‘Kothas’ (a small entertainment studios where nautch girls performed in the evenings) now is a market place that is known to house the best of handicrafts and Chikan work. A heritage walk here will showcase the culture of this fabled city and take you into the bygone era.   (Operates every day except Thursday and a few festival holidays).

When in Lucknow, how can the talk about the food be left behind, continuing further we will walk down the lane adjacent to Akbari Gate. Tasting the best of meat dishes from the Awadhi menu from the places, where they actually originated from and have still been able to thrive on their own in the era of McDonald and KFC. You will experience the concept of food loyalty and the real taste of the original Tundey Kebabs, Raheem’s Nihari and Mobeen’s Pasanda Kebabs. Observe the chefs at work in these small and dingy shops that seldom look hygienic, but no one has ever fallen sick. To take this tour, you need to be a foodie with closed eyes, so that your taste buds work to their best of abilities. Try all of these, while a culinary curator (Walk Leader) explains the history and the recipe  (Operational Except Sunday and Thursday). During the walk enjoy light dinner at local restaurant.

(Dinner on direct payment basis as generally it is not required after a food walk).

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 05- Lucknow- Agra (approx.. 5.5 hours drive)

Breakfast at hotel

Post breakfast drive to Agra. The land of the Taj is not only famous for the biggest allure “Taj Mahal” but also legacy of Mughals which they had left behind. Their legacy can be seen in mausoleums, tombs and magnificent fort.

On arrival check in at hotel. Later proceed for lunch at your hotel OR local restaurant in Agra. After lunch proceed to visit Red Fort, it is an UNESCO heritage site. It is a major tourist attraction from all over the world. The fort is built in red stone to make it main residence of Mughals.

Dinner & overnight stay hotel.

Day 06- Agra – Jaipur(approx.. 245 Kms/  5.5 hours drive)

Early morning visit beautiful Taj Mahal, during sunrise the sunrays have a magical effect with marble surface. It changes its color which creates eternal beauty (Closed on Friday). After visiting Taj Mahal return to hotel for breakfast.

Post breakfast drive to Jaipur Post en-route Jaipur en-route visit Abhaneri Stepwell. It is one of the largest step wells in the world and also one of the most beautiful ones. Located in the eastern part of the province of Rajasthan, it was built by King Chanda somewhere in the 9th century. The Chand Baori is not an easy landmark to find, thus it is one of the hidden secrets of India Chand Baori one was built during the 8th and 9th centuries and has 3,500 narrow steps arranged in perfect symmetry, which descend 20m to the bottom of the well. Centuries ago, the stepwells were built in the arid zones of Rajasthan to provide water all year through. Today, the construction is not used as a well anymore but its exquisite geometry attracts local and international visitors. About 64 feet deep, it is India’s largest and deepest stepwells with 13 floors and was built in the 9th century for water harvesting.

After visiting step well continue drive to Jaipur.  Jaipur also known as pink city because of its wall color which are exclusively painted in pink color. This colorful city has chaotic streets, colorful auto rickshaw and lively culture. It is the gateway to Rajasthan vacation, here you can still see royal life, forts and Palaces reflecting glorious past.

On arrival check in at hotel. Evening will be at leisure to relax or to pursue independent activities.

Overnight stay at hotel

Day 07- Jaipur

After early breakfast proceed to visit Amber Fort en-route stop at Hawa Mahal for clicking some pictures, it is a stunning 5 story building. It was built to enable royal ladies see daily lives of the city or some function or procession as those days ladies had to cover their faces. Visit Amber Fort by shared jeep.

Lunch at local restaurant in Jaipur.

Afternoon visit City Palace (Royal residence) & observatory (Jantar Mantar).

Evening you will visit bustling yet colorful market showcasing beautiful handicraft, Rajasthan jewelry and shoes. You can get your hand painted with traditional Indian design of henna. It looks really awesome.

Dinner with Indian family.

Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 08- Jaipur – Delhi (approx. 245 Kms/ 5.5 hours)

Breakfast at hotel