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*Note: Exact hotels of your tour will be confirmed 15-20 days prior to tour. Hotels mentioned are symbolic and can be changed to similar hotel. Unless mentioned: Base category room calculated.
City Hotel
Delhi Bloom Boutique GK/ Rockland Hotel CR Park
Agra PL Palace / Atulya Taj
Jaipur Park Ocean / Vesta International
City Hotel
Delhi Welcome Hotel / Radisson Blu Dwarka
Agra Crystal Sarovar Premiere / Clarks Shiraz
Jaipur Indana Palace / Sarovar Premiere
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Tour Start Location

New Delhi

Tour End Location


General Inclusions

  • One time entrance to Taj Mahal
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort (uphill) & jeep ride (downhill)
  • Rickshaw ride in Old Delhi market
  • Presently applicable taxes
  • Sunset Boat ride in Lake Pichola in Udaipur
  • 05 nights’ accommodation on sharing Double or Twin room basis
  • 05 breakfasts starting from Day 02
  • A/C transport from Delhi hotel till last day Delhi with driver
  • English speaking guide for sightseeing’s as per program

General Exclusions

  • Meals unless mentioned (half board supplement offered)
  • Airport transfers (supplement offered)
  • Anything not mentioned in ‘Package Costs Includes’
  • Airfare, insurance or visa fees
  • Tips or gratuity
  • Table drinks during meals
  • Personal expenses of any nature
  • Camera or video fee
  • Entrances to monuments or activities (supplement offered)

Compliments from Truly India

  • Warm welcome with fresh flower garlands at New Delhi International airport
  • 01 water bottle per person in vehicle each day

Day 01 Arrive Delhi

Upon arrival at airport you will meet with our representative with your name card in arrival hall after customs. Warm welcome with fresh flower garlands and transfer to hotel.

Post check in at hotel, you will meet & discuss with your tour manager about the tour and activities. He/she will be your point of contact 24X7 for anything you might need.

Delhi: Mystery, magic, mayhem. Welcome to Delhi, City of Djinns, and 25 million people. Like an eastern Rome, India’s capital is littered with the relics of lost empires. A succession of armies stormed across the Indo-Gangetic plain and imprinted their identity onto the vanquished city, before vanishing into rubble and ruin like the conquerors who preceded them. Modern Delhi is a chaotic tapestry of medieval fortifications, Mughal mausoleums, dusty bazaars, colonial-era town planning, and mega malls.

Suggested hotels: The Oberoi Delhi, The Lodhi (formerly Aman Resort), The Imperial Delhi

Day 02 Delhi Golf Club

After breakfast, enjoy a game of Golf at the Delhi Golf Club

Peter Thompson Design, 18 Hole, Par 72, 7036 Yards – Tee off on a trail of history. Spray your shot and chances are – particularly if that damned hook persists – that you’ll be looking for the ball around turns of a tomb. Every golf course boasts of its hoary past, but few can compete with the Lodhi. Here lie the ends of dynasties, the relics of mighty empires, ruins which bear testimony to an age of glory. Sometimes your ball might fly unexpectedly; be sure the spirits are active.

Overnight at hotel in Delhi.

Day 03 Delhi Sightseeing

Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for sightseeing of Delhi.

Drive through Parliament’s street, & around the Rashtrapati Bhawan. Short photography stop at India Gate; This imposing 42m-high stone memorial arch was designed by Lutyens in 1921. It pays tribute to around 90,000 Indian Army soldiers who died in WWI, the Northwest Frontier operations and the 1919 Anglo-Afghan War. (note: photography stop at India Gate is strictly subject to security clearance and subject to vehicle parking availability at the day)

Arrive at the Bangla Sahib Gurudwara; This magnificent white-marble gurdwara (Sikh temple), topped by glinting golden onion domes, was constructed at the site where the eighth Sikh guru, Harkrishan Dev, stayed before his 1664 death.

Post visiting the Bangla Sahib, proceed to Qutub Minar; The Qutab Minar, soaring Afghan-style victory tower and minaret, erected by sultan Qutb-ud-din in 1193 to proclaim his supremacy over the vanquished Hindu rulers of Qila Rai Pithora.

Next you will be driven to Old Delhi market, just before entering the market you will embark on a ‘Rickshaw’ to steer through tiny lanes of Chandni Chowk. Ride past the majestic Red Fort & through the main Chandni Chowk street straight to Khari Baoli; Asia’s biggest wholesale spice market selling all kinds of spices, herbs, nuts & food products like rice, tea etc. Hop on to your rickshaws and pass through the tiny lanes of Chandani Chowk.

Transfer to your hotel at the end of the tour & overnight.

Day 04 Delhi – Kolkata (flight)

Breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Kolkata. On arrival in Kolkata, transfer to hotel.

Check-in at hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Suggested hotels: The Oberoi Grand Kolkata, Taj Bengal, ITC Sonar, ITC Royal Bengal

Day 05 The Royal Calcutta Golf Club

After breakfast enjoy a game of golf at The Royal Calcutta Golf Club.

RCGC, ‘Royal’ as it is affectionately called, possesses a challenging 18 holes championship parkland course. This is a par 72 measuring about 7100 yards with a par rating of 74.5 and slope rating of 137. It comprises two par 3’s, two par 5’s and 14 par 4’s, which tests the skills of both an amateur and professional golfer alike.

Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Day 06Kolkata Sightseeing

After breakfast enjoy full day tour of Kolkata including following:

Flower Market: Flower market underneath Howrah Bridge is one of the Asia’s largest wholesale flower markets. The vivid orange and yellow garlands make for a spectacular splash of color. Howrah Bridge, located over the Hoogli River is said to be the busiest bridge of the world. It got its name owing to the fact that it connects the city of Howrah to Calcutta and is the lifeline of the city. Jain Temple: The temple is dedicated to Pareshnath, who was the 23rd Jain Tirthankar, and was built way back in the year 1867.

Also visit Victoria Memorial that is a huge white-marble structure and the most enduring of remains of the British Raj in India. Built by Lord Curzon in memory of the popular monarch, Queen Victoria. Mother Teresa House: Nirmal Hriday is the first institution established in 1950 by Mother Teresa under her own Organization Missionaries of Charity. This is the home for dying people. Later she established many other homes in Kolkata like Orphanage, old age people etc. Kolkata is the worldwide Head Quarter Of Missionaries of Charity.
Kumartuli: Kumartuli is India’s only potter’s town. Every lane and by lane of Kumartuli will have houses which have been converted into platforms where artists work round the clock to develop clay idols of the deities of the Hindu pantheon like Durga, Kali, Saraswati, Ganesha etc.

Overnight at the hotel

Day 7Kolkata – Hyderabad (flight)

Breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Hyderabad. On arrival in Hyderabad, transfer to hotel.

HYDERABAD – The name Hyderabad literally means ‘city of Hyder’ since it was named after Queen Hyder Mahal, the wife of Muhammad Quli Qutab Shah, the fifth sovereign of the Qutab Shahi dynasty, who founded Hyderabad on the banks of River Musi in the year 1591, with the help of Iranian architects.

Check-in at hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Suggested hotels: Taj Falaknuma Palace, ITC Kakatiya, ITC Kohenur

Day 8Hyderabad Golf Club

After the breakfast, enjoy a game of Golf at The Hyderabad Golf club – The Hyderabad Golf club is located in a historic setting in and around Golconda fort. A project promoted by the Telangana State Tourism Development Corporation and the Hyderabad Golf Association.

Hyderabad’s first and only public golf course, it is accessible to golfers from all over the world. An 18 hole, 6057 yard, Par 71, well maintained golf course, with water bodies and fast greens

Rest of the day free for leisure, overnight at hotel.

Day 9Hyderabad Sightseeing

After breakfast, enjoy visit of Hyderabad including following,

Golconda Fort – The fort was founded as early as the twelfth century by the Kakatias. The Qutub Sahi kings converted this into a mighty fort with granite walls and ramparts that extend to around 5 kilometers in circumference. It was once the market city for its diamond trade. Darya-e Nur, meaning ‘sea of light’, measuring 185 carats and housed now in Iran, was mined here. Many other famed diamonds—including the Kohinoor Diamond, Nur-Ul-Ain Diamond, the Hope Diamond, and the Regent Diamond—are believed to belong to the mines in this region.

Charminar – Built by Mohammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, Charminar was said to be the centre around which Hyderabad was once built. This majestic architectural monument is said to be built to commemorate the eradication of plague from Hyderabad. Salar Jung Museum – Salar Jung Museum is located on the southern side of the river Musi. It is the third most prominent museum in India and has the largest one-man collection of antiques in the world, exhibiting over 35,000 objects of art. Qutub Shahi Tombs are located at around 1 km away from the Golconda Fort. Qutub Shahi Tombs are a clump of tombs – there are more than thirty tombs in the composite besides some other open air tombs. It is the most trustworthy evidence of the architectural traditions of the Qutub Shahi. The style of architecture is a
mixture of the Hindu, Pathan, and Persian forms.

Overnight at the hotel

Day 10Hyderabad - Bangalore (flight)

Breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Bangalore. On arrival in Bangalore, transfer to hotel.

BANGALORE – Rechristened as ‘Bengaluru’, it is the capital of the State of Karnataka. It enjoys a salubrious climate throughout the year. The city boasts of spacious gardens, parks, tree-lined avenues, a profusion of flowering trees and lakes, earning it the sobriquet of “Garden City.” The once-sedate cantonment settlement of the British has now spread way beyond the mud fort and the four towers constructed by Kempegowda in 1537. With its booming economy and lifestyle, the capital of Karnataka has metamorphosed from a sleepy Garden City into one of India’s fastest growing City.

Check-in at hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Suggested hotels: The Oberoi Bangalore, The Leela Palace, The Ritz Carlton, Four Season Bengaluru.

Day 11Karantaka Golf Club

After breakfast transfer to Play golf at Karnataka golf club.

Founded in 1973, the Karnataka Golf Association course designed by Peter Thompson is a 18 hole Championship course, with a Club House of 30, 000 sq. ft. in a 126 acres area next to the HAL airport. With a challenging 18 hole, 7228 yard, Par 72 layout the course was redesigned in 2008 & is now one of the toughest courses to play in the country. With water in play on 16 holes, Tifdwarf greens & a mature tree line it’s a course that can challenge the best of the golfers.

Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Day 12 Bangalore Sightseeing

After breakfast, enjoy a city tour of Bangalore including following,

Bangalore Palace – The Bangalore Palace was built in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar depicting the Tudor-style. Windsor Castle was the brainchild, behind the construction of this Palace. The construction has fortified towers and its interiors are elegant carved of wood. The palace is complete with Gothic windows, battlements and turrets. It remains closed on Sundays
The Bull Temple, located in Basavanagudi is one of the oldest temples in Bangalore. The temple is dedicated to Nandi, the bull, which is the mount of Lord Shiva. Nandi, the awesome monolithic deity of the Bull Temple, attracts visitors, tourists and devotees from all parts of the country and outside. Lalbagh Botanical Garden – The gardens are said to be laid out by Haidar Ali and his son Tipu Sultan as a summer garden in the 18th century, has numerous flowers, hundred year old trees from many countries and the lotus Pond.

Drive past the Vidhan Sabha – Vidhana Sabha is a noble building built exclusively of Bangalore granite. It is a testimonial to temple architecture. The building is Bangalore’s best known landmark. It is 46 meter high. City Museum (Closed on Wed & Public holidays) – City Museum that was opened in 1886, one of the oldest in the country Has 18 galleries including Neolithic finds from the Chandravalli excavations, and from the Indus Valley, especially Mohenjodaro antiquities Also antique jewelry, textiles, coins, art, miniature paintings and geology

Overnight at the hotel

Day 13Departure

In time transfer to International Airport to board flight for onward journey / back home
(Check out time is 1200 Hrs).

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