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North And South India Tour Package

Day 1

Arrival at Delhi

Arrive In Delhi And Meeting With Our Respresentative Of Lotus India Holidays And Transfer To Hotel For Your Beautiful North And South India Tour Package.

Day 2


Morning After Breakfast, You Will Visit Of The Country’ Capital Includes Jama Masjid (The Largest In Asia That Can Hold Over 25,000 Faithful) Rajghat Memorail Of Mahatma Gandhi. Govt Building, India Gate, Humayun Tomb, Qutub Minar Complex And Lotus Tample

Day 3

Delhi- Agra

(233 Km – 3h 46min)
Morning After Breakfast, Drive To Agra And Visit To Taj Mahal, Built In White Marble And Precious Stones By Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan As A Mausoleum To The Memory Of His Beloved Wife Mumtaz Mahal. Both Places Are Amazing And The Taj Mahal Is One Of The Wonders In The World, Later Visit To Red Fort, With The Fine Mughal Architecture,Continue You Will See Itmad-Ul-Daulah (Baby Taj Mahal).[Note: Taj Mahal Is Closed Every Friday].

Day 4

Agra- Gwalior

Leaving the hills behind, you enjoy our first taste of the wilderness experience,sand banks like icebergs on either side. You may a short stop to visit a bankside village,creating a sensation as we do. You moor for  the night in a lunar landscape of sand islands, with hopefully the himalayas in viem and providing a contrasting twq21556backdrop in distance. Full board.

Day 5

Gwalior- Orcha

(123km-2h 38min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Orchha, On The Way, You Will Visit Of Sonagiri Jain Temple, Sonagiri About 60 Km From Gwalior, Has Scores Of Jain Temples Of 9th & 10th Century On Little Hills. This Sacred Place Is Popular Among Devotees & Ascetic Saints To Practice For Self-Discipline, Austerity And To Attain Nirvana Since The Time Of Chandraprabhu (The 8th Teerthankar), Five & Half Crores Of Ascetic Saints Have Achieved Moksa From Here.Later You Will Visit Of Datia, The State Was Founded In 1549. Rao Bhagwan Rao, 1st Rao Of Datia And Baroni 1626/1656, Received Datia And Baroni From His Father, Raja Bir Singh Deo Of Orchha In 1626, And Established His Own State.Veer Singh Palace, Datia Palace, Peethambara Peeth And Like Many More Palaces To See. Then You Will Procced To Orcha, Orchha Was Founded In 1531 (The 16th Century Ad) By The Bundela Rajput Chief, Rudra Pratap Singh, Who Became The First King Of Orchha, (R. 1501-1531) And Also Built The Fort Of Orchha.Orchha Is Famous For Its Forts And Temples, Firstly You Will Visit Of Jahagir Mahal.The Establishment Of The Jahangir Mahal Dates Back To The 17th Century A.D. When The Then Ruler Of The Region Named Vir Singh Deo Built The Structure As A Symbol Of Warm Reception Of The Mughal Emperor Jahangir

Day 6

Orcha- Khajuraho

(172km- 3h 35min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Khajuraho , Reach Afternoon, Check In Hotel. Then You Will Start Your Sightseeing In Khajuraho, The Thousands Tourist Come Here To See The Temples, Khajuraho Is Famous For Its Temple.Kandariya Mahadev Temple, Chaturbhuj Temple, Lakshamana Temple Like Many More Temple To See

Day 7


(202km- 4h 5min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Sagar, Sagar Is A City In The State Of Madhya Pradesh In Central India. Its Original Name ‘Saugor’ Is An Amalgamation Of Two Words: Sau Meaning 100 And Garh Meaning Forts; There Were Countless Small-Forts In This Region.Check In Hotel And Evening You Will Walk In Local Areas.

Day 8

Sagar- Bhopal

(169km- 3h 20min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Bhopal, On The Way You Will Visit Famous Budhha Site Sanchi.Reach Afternoon Then Check In Hotel, Evening You Will Walk In Local Market Area.

Day 9


Morning After Breakfast, You Will Visit Of Bhojpur Famous Shiva Temple , The Country Central State’s Capital Bhopal Included Van Vihar National Park, Shaukat Mahal, Bharat Bhavan, Taj-Ul- Masajid And Etc.

Day 10

Bhopal- Mandu

(290km-5h 3min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Mandu On The Way You Will Visit Ujjan, Reach Afternoon And Check In Hotel, In The Remaining Time, You Will Walk In Mandu Local Market. .

Day 11


Morning After Breakkfast, You Will Visit In Mandu, First Visit Of Jahaz Mahal,The Jahaz Mahal In Mandu Looks Like A Ship That’s About To Sail. However, For Centuries This Ship Made Of Stone And Mortar Never Did. Instead, It Stood Floating Over The Twin Lakes, Bearing A Silent Witness To Mandu’s Long, Rich And Varied History.Later You Will Visit Of Hindola Mahal, Mandu Fort, And Roopmati Pavilion.

Day 12

Mandu- Ajanta

(317km 6h 24min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Ajanta Caves And Reach Afternoon And Check In Hotel, Then You Will Start Your Visit In Caves, Ajanta Caves Is The Most Populars Caves In India. The Ajanta Caves Are Generally Agreed To Have Been Made In Two Distinct Periods, The First Belonging To The 2nd Century Bce To 1st Century Ce, And Second Period That Followed Several Centuries Later

Day 13

Ajanta- Aurangabad

(96km-2h 6min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Aurangabad, By The Way Ajanta Caves In Aurangadab, But Today You Will Visit In Aurangabad Caves, The Aurangabad Caves Are Twelve Rock-Cut Buddhist Shrines Located On A Hill Running Roughly East To West, Close To The City Of Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The First Reference To The Aurangabad Caves Is In The Great Chaitya Of Kanheri Caves.Later Turn To The City, City Is Famous For Bibi-Ka-Maqbara, It Was Commissioned By The Sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb In 1660, In The Memory Of His First Wife And Chief Consort, Dilras Banu Begum (Posthumously Known As Rabia-Ud-Daurani). It Bears A Striking Resemblance To The Famous Taj Mahal, The Mausoleum Of Aurangzeb’s Mother, Mumtaz Mahal. The Bibi Ka Maqbara Was The Largest Structure That Aurangzeb Had To His Credit

Day 14

Aurangabad- Ellora


Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Ellora Caves, Ellora Is One Of The Largest Rock-Cut Monastery-Temple Caves Complexes In The World, And A Unesco World Heritage Site In Maharashtra, India. The Site Presents Monuments And Artwork Of Buddhism, Hinduism And Jainism From The 600-1000 Ce Period. Cave 16 Of Ellora Features The Largest Single Monolithic Rock Excavation In The World, The Kailasha Temple, A Chariot Shaped Monument Dedicated To Shiva. The Kailasha Temple Excavation Also Presents The Gods, Goddesses And Mythologies Found In Vaishnavism, Shaktism And Relief Panels Summarizing The Two Major Hindu Epics. After Seeing Ellora Caves, You Will Go Back To Aurangabad

Day 15

Aurangabad- Pune

(235km- 4h 43min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Pune,  Reach Afternoon And Check In Hotel, Then You Will Start Your Sightseeing, Pune Is A Sprawling City In The Western Indian State Of Maharashtra. It Was Once The Base Of The Peshwas (Prime Ministers) Of The Maratha Empire, Which Lasted From 1674 To 1818. It’s Known For The Grand Aga Khan Palace, Built In 1892 And Now A Memorial To Mahatma Gandhi, Whose Ashes Are Preserved In The Garden.

Day 16

Pune- Bidar

(442km- 7h 50min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Bidar, Former Capital Of The Bahmani Sultanate. Today Is Quiet Town, But There Are Many Reminisceneces Of The Past Like Its Great Medieval Fort And Imposing And Picturesque Ruins Of Its Mausoleum. Nearby Will Also Visit Gurudwara Guru Nanak Jhira Ji, An Important Sikh Shrine.

Day 17

Bidar- Hyedrabad

(147km- 3h 24min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Once Upon Visit Of Bidar, Bidar Fort Is Famous In Bidar, The Fort, The City And The District Are All Affixed With The Name Bidar. Sultan Alla-Ud Din Bahman Of The Bahmanid Dynasty Shifted His Capital From Gulbarga To Bidar In 1427 And Built His Fort Along With A Number Of Islamic Monuments. Rangeen Mahal And Bahamani Tomb Also Places To See.Then You Will Procced To Hyderabad.

Day 18


Morning After Breakfast, You Will Visit At Golconda Fortress, Situated On A Hill About 10km From Hyderabad. The Extensive Ruins Witness The Past Grandeur. Once Back To Hyderabad Visit The Char Minar (4 Minar) Symbol Of The City, Great Mecca Masjid (Which Can Contain Up To 10,000 Members) And, In The Twilight, The White Birla Mandir, Which Dominates The City.

Day 19

Hyderabad- Gulbarga

(212km- 4h 17km)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Gulbarga. Although It Was The First Capital Of The Bahmani Sultans, Gulbarga Has Monuments Of Lesser Importance Than In Bijapur, Nevertheless It Is Interesting To Visit The Dargah (Mausoleum) And The Madrasa. A Visit To Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque) Inside Its Ruined Fort Will Complete The Tour.

Day 20

Gulbarga- Bijapur

(165km-3h 11min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will First Visit Of Gulbarga Fort,  It Was Subsequently Significantly Enlarged In 1347 By Al-Ud-Din Hasan Bahmani Of The Bahmani Dynasty After He Cut Off His Ties With The Delhi Sultanate; Islamicmonuments Such As Mosques, Palaces, Tombs, And Other Structures Were Also Built Later Within The Refurbished Fort. Then You Will Drive To Bijapur, Evening Walk In Local Market Area.

Day 21


Morning After Breakfast, You Will Visit In Bijapur, Bijapur Famed For Its Architecture With The Imposing Mausoleum Of Gol Gumbaz, Whome Dome With 38m Of Diameter, One Of The Largest In The World With Amazing Sound Effects. The Ibrahim Rauza. The Other Important Mausoleum Of The City, Opposed To The Large Size Of The Gol Gumbaz, Slender And Elegant Shapes And Sublime Architectural Finesse.

Day 22

Bijapur- Badami

(118km- 2h 21min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Badami, It Was The Regal Capital Of The Badami Chalukyas From 540 To 757 Ad. It Is Famous For Its Rock Cut Structural Temples. It Is Located In A Ravine At The Foot Of A Rugged, Red Sandstone Outcrop That Surrounds Agastya Lake.Badami Caves Temple, Badami Fort & Badami Museum And Like Many More Places To See In Badami

Day 23


(127km- 2h 40min)
Morning Afterbreakfast, You Will Drive To Hospet, On He Way, You Will Visit Aihole, Here You Will See Durga Temple And Ravana Padi Caves, After That You Will Procced And Come To Pattadakal, Here You Will See Pattadakal Monaments Enterance Gate, Then You Will Procced To Hospet, You Will Walk In Evening

Day 24

Hospet- Hampi

Morning After Breakfast, You Will Visit In Hospet, Hospet Was Built In 1520 Ad By Krishna Deva Raya, One Of The Rulers Of Vijayanagara. He Built The City To Honour The Memory Of His Mother Nagalambika. Then You Will Procced To Hampi, Hampi Is Famous For Virupaksha Temple,It Is Part Of The Group Of Monuments At Hampi, Designated A Unesco World Heritage Site. Virupaksha Is A Form Of Shiva And Has Other Temples Dedicated To Him, Notably At The Group Of Monuments At Pattadakal, Another World Heritage Site. The Temple Was Built By Lokhamahadevi, The Queen Of Vikramaditya Ii. The Queen Built This Temple To Commemorate The King’s Victory Over The Pallava Of Kanchipuram.Then We Will Be Back Hospet

Day 25


(313km-6h 27min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Hassan, Hassan District Was The Seat Of The Hoysala Empire Which At Its Peak Ruled Large Parts Of South India From Belur As Its Early Capital And Halebidu As Its Later Capital During The Period 1000 – 1334 Ce.Manjarabad Fort, Chennakeshava Temple, Chandragiri Hills And Many More Places To See In Hassan

Day 26

Hassan- Halebid & Belu

Morning After Breakfast, Firstly You Will Drive To Halebid, It Is Home To Some Of The Best Examples Of Hoysala Architecture. Most Notable Are The Ornate Hoysaleshwara And Kedareshwara Temples.Halebid Is Famous For Its Temple. Hoysaleswara Temple, Kedareshwara Temple, Shantaleshwara Temple & Many More Places To See. Then You Will Procced To Belur, Here Is You Will Visit To Chennakeshava Temple, The Chennakeshava Temple, Originally Called Vijayanarayana Temple, Was Built On The Banks Of The Yagachi River In Belur, By The Hoysala King Vishnuvardhana.After You Will Come Back To Hassan.

Day 27

Hassan- Mysore

(118km-2h 38min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Drive To Mysore, On The Way We Will Visit To Shravanabelagola, Shravanabelagola Has Two Hills, Chandragiri And Vindhyagiri. Acharya Bhadrabahu And His Pupil Chandragupta Maurya Are Believed To Have Meditated There. Chandragupta Basadi, Which Was Dedicated To Chandragupta Maurya, Was Originally Built There By Ashoka In The Third Century Bc.Then You Will Drive To Srirangapatnam, Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Daria Daulat Bagh, Lal Mahal Palace, Jama Masjid And Many More Palces To See There. Then You Will Procced To Mysore, Evening Walk In Mysore

Day 28

Mysore- Banglore

(143km- 3h 25min)
Morning After Breakfast, You Will Visit To Mysore, First You Will Visit To Mysore Palace, It Is The Official Residence And Seat Of The Wodeyars — The Rulers Of Mysore, The Royal Family Of Mysore, Who Ruled The Princely State From 1399 To 1950. The Palace Houses Two Durbar Halls (Ceremonial Meeting Halls Of The Royal Court) And Incorporates An Array Of Courtyards, Gardens, And Buildings. The Palace Is In The Central Region Of Inner Mysore, Facing The Chamundi Hills Eastward. The You Will Procced To Banglore. Check In Hotel

Day 29


Morning After Breakfast, We Will Visit To Banglore, Fistly You Will Visit To Banglore Fort, Bangalore Fort Began In 1537 As A Mud Fort. The Builder Was Kempe Gowda I, A Vassal Of The Vijaynagar Empire And The Founder Of Bangalore, Now Bengaluru. Haider Ali In 1761 Replaced The Mud Fort With A Stone Fort. The Army Of The British East India Company, Led By Lord Cornwallis On 21 March 1791 Captured The Fort In The Siege Of Bangalore During The Third Mysore War (1790–1792). At The Time The Fort Was A Stronghold For Tipu Sultan.Then You Will Visit To Banglore Palace And Lal Bagh

Day 30

Banglore- Back Home

Morning After Breakfast, Trasfer To Airport In Time To Board The Return Flight Home And At Last Your  North And South India Tour Package Is Over.