Arrive Jaipur airport/Railway station, meet & assist with our tour representative he assists you to pick up and transfer to the hotel in Jaipur. Check-in to the hotel, overnight stay in Jaipur.
After Breakfast at hotel, checkout from the hotel and begin sightseeing tour of Jaipur city, visit Amber Fort - Amber fort nestling among Arawali Hills, it was built in 16th century by Raja Man Singh, enjoy an elephant ride at Amber fort. Next visit Jal Mahal, City Palace Complex, Jantar Mantar and then visit Hawa Mahal, a Palace of winds - it is the Jaipur's most famous monument. Late afternoon you will proceed towards Bharatpur. Upon reaching check-in to the hotel. Stay overnight at Bharatpur.
After breakfast, proceed a city tour of Bharatpur, it’s a royal kingdom where the Jats, rather than the Rajputs, ruled. Bharatpur's Jat history is not too old, with Suraj Mal establishing a firm stronghold in a region contested by both the Rajputs and the Mughals. Suraj Mal exploits are legendary, and the fort, Lohargarh, or Iron Fort, has a history that recounts it with pride. The only fort in the state to have bastions of mud, these proved meritorious because they simply swallowed up the cannon shells not allowing them to impact.
Bharatpur is also home to one of the world's best-known bird watching destinations, Keoladeo Ghana National Park (KNP). 250 years ago, the then ruler built embankments that allowed flooding of this land, turning it into a marsh. Named after the dense jungle that surrounded an old Shiva Temple, this 29 square kilometre man-made wetland is renowned for migratory birds – ducks, geese, waders, raptors, flycatchers and more. In winter, avid birders and ornithologists flock to the park to observe and study the feathered beauties. With more than 370 recorded species, KNP used to also host the Siberian crane. It is a World Heritage Site.
Enjoy Rickshaw ride at Bharatpur National Park. After Bharatpur, drive to Agra and stop en route to visit Fatehpur Sikri - a UNESCO World Heritage Site which has been described as “the world’s most perfectly preserved ghost town.” Built by Akbar in the late 16th century, it was abandoned after only 14 years, and the elegant buildings of this superb walled city remain intact to this day. Stay overnight at Agra.
Today morning, after breakfast visit the Agra fort, built by the great Emperor Akbar, and the famous Taj Mahal - the symbol of love, built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. By evening you will be transferred to Delhi airport or railway station for your onward journey.