14 Days Safari Program Tour


14 Days

Destination :

Mumbai – Bandhavgarh – Khajuraho – Varanasi – Jaipur – Agra – Delhi

Price :

Price On Request



Arrive Mumbai

Welcome to India! 

Arrival Mumbai Airport, welcome by representative.

Mumbai or better known as Bombay or home of Bollywood and the business capital of India! The city that never sleeps at night represents India’s entire entirety from an eclectic mix of British Muslim and Hindu architecture and diverse union of culture, people and food!

On arrival Bombay Airport and transfer to hotel.

Overnight stay at hotel.



American Breakfast.
In time check-out and continue for Mumbai sightseeing. Start visit with Gateway of India, one of Mumbai’s most famous landmarks. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar in 1911.  Visit Dabbawala at Church Gate is part of a delivery system that collects hot food in lunch boxes from the residences (available Monday to Friday 1000-1115 hours- not available on holiday) of workers in the late morning, delivers the lunches to the workplace utilizing various  modes of transport, predominantly bicycles and the rail trains, and returns the empty boxes back to the customer's residence that afternoon. 

They are also made use of by prominent meal suppliers in Mumbai where they ferry ready, cooked meals from central kitchens to the customers and back. Next you will visit the Prince of Wales Museum, which was built between 1904 and was used as a hospital during World War I. The museum houses a priceless collection of art that is considered to be one of the best in all India. 

We drive past University of Bombay, High Court of Bombay, and Crawford Market. You will also visit the Hanging Gardens, which are located on the crest of Malabar Hill. The garden is a welcome oasis of green in a city built almost entirely of concrete and cement. Visit the renowned Gandhi Memorial Museum (Mani Bhawan) and Jain Temple. Marine drive, popularly known as the Queen’s Necklace which offers a breath-taking view of the beautiful Arabian Sea.

Overnight stay at hotel.


Mumbai - Jabalpur (By Flight)- Bandhavgarh (Approximately 4-5 Hours Drive)

American Breakfast.

Departure transfer to Airport to board flight for Jabalpur.

On arrival Jabalpur Airport and drive to Bandhavgarh.

Check into the hotel.

No Safari this day considered.

Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.


In Bandhavgarh 1 Morning And 1 Afternoon Safari

Early morning, a personal wakeup call will include delivery of early morning tea, coffee and homemade spice biscuits, left quietly in the courtyard. Early morning possibility to depart into the Bandhavgarh National Park Tiger Reserve Jeep Sharing basis.

Back to hotel for Breakfast. 

Rest of the day leisure free.

Afternoon another chance for Game drive Bandhavgarh National Park Tiger Reserve Jeep Sharing basis Note Wednesday Afternoon National Park remain closed.

Lunch, Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.


In Bandhavgarh 1 Morning And 1 Afternoon Safari

Early morning, a personal wakeup call will include delivery of early morning tea, coffee and homemade spice biscuits, left quietly in the courtyard. Early morning possibility to depart into the Bandhavgarh National Park Tiger Reserve Jeep Sharing basis

Back to hotel for Breakfast. 

Rest of the day leisure free.

Afternoon another chance for Game drive Bandhavgarh National Park Tiger Reserve Jeep Sharing basis Note Wednesday Afternoon National Park remain closed.

Lunch, Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.


Bandhavgarh – Khajuraho (Approximately 5 Hours Drive)

American Breakfast.

Morning at leisure No Game drive this day considered. In time check-out and drive to Khajuraho.

On arrival in Khajuraho, transfer to your hotel & check in. Once a great Chandela capital, Khajuraho is now a quiet village in Madhya Pradesh which is fast metamorphosing into a tourist town. The tiny village of Khajuraho shot to fame on the World Map after its erotic sculptures were discovered in 1838. Some believe them to be physical embodiments of the greatest treatise on love – The Kama Sutra. The name Khajuraho is derived from the Khajur (Date Palm) trees that line the borders of the village. 

Khajuraho has the largest group of medieval Hindu and Jain temples, famous for their erotic sculptures. The temples are well preserved and have not been destroyed by invaders like other temples in northern India.

Overnight stay at Hotel.


Khajuraho Varanasi ( 1515-1610 hours)

Note flight schedule subject to change, as of now no flight operating on this sector.

American Breakfast


Later, proceed to visit the Eastern & Western Group of Temples.


The temples are grouped into three geographical divisions: Western, Eastern and Southern. However, the most prominent are the Eastern & Western ones.

The world-famous Khajuraho sacred temples have two significant features – structure and statues. While the structure reveals the best of ancient Hindu design, the statues signify the best of individual expertise, efficiency and information of individual human body. The variety and complications of these statues truly make the Khajuraho sacred temples a rock scene on this planet. The Khajuraho temples contain sexual or erotic art outside the temple or near the deities. Some of the temples that have two layers of walls have small erotic carvings on the outside of the inner wall.


Departure transfer to Airport to board flight for Varanasi


Varanasi: Spiritual, beautiful and chaotic.


Varanasi, the holy city of India has been the city of Moksha for Hindus since centuries. One of the 7 Holiest cities in the world, in Hinduism it is believed that those who die and are cremated here get an instant gateway to liberation from the cycle of birth and rebirths.


Spiritual India

Considered as the abode of Lord Shiva, Varanasi is situated on the banks of the River Ganges, which is believed to have the power of washing away all of one’s sins. 


The city has always been the beating heart of the Hindu universe, a crossing place between the physical and spiritual worlds, and the Ganges is viewed as a river of salvation, an everlasting symbol of hope to past, present and future generations.


Varanasi, the magical but sometimes overwhelming city is where the most intimate rituals of life and death take place in public on the city’s Ghats.


Check in at Hotel. This day at leisure Free to enjoy hotel

Overnight stay at Hotel.


In Varanasi

A poetic sunrise on the banks of the Mother River Ganga.

A local boat will take you along the river where you watch the city of Varanasi waking up.

Locals bathing in the Ganga, washing off their sins or simply getting ready to start their day. Priests standing on balconies offering morning prayers and aarti to the Ganga and the Gods.


Guests will also stop at Manikarnika ghat - a holy    cremation ghat for Hindu religion. Return to your hotel for breakfast.


Morning proceed on a city tour including Bharat Mata Temple, Kashi Vishwanath Temple & explore the Bazaars of Varanasi.


Afternoon visit Sarnath.

Buddhists worldwide look upon India as the land of the Buddha and a visit to Sarnath means a pilgrimage to the place sacred to the memory of the Enlightened One. After the Buddha attained enlightenment in Bodh gaya he came to Sarnath. In the Deer Park, he delivered his first sermon, or in the religious term, he set in motion the wheel of Law (Maha – Dharmachakra Pravartan). Later, the great Buddhist Emperor Ashoka built here the Dharmarajika Stupa and near it erected a pillar surmounted by the magnificent capital of four adored lions, which today forms the national emblem of India.


Evening witness the Evening Aarti on the banks of River Ganges, where you will experience the rhythmic chant of mantras and through the aarti ceremony Agni Pooja will be performed where commitment is made to Lord Shiva and the universe created by him, Goddess Ganges and Agni the god of fire.

Overnight stay at Hotel.


Varanasi – Jaipur flight SG 2986 1215-1410 Hours

Note flight schedule subject to change.

American Breakfast


In time departure transfer to board flight for Jaipur

Jaipur, also known as the “Pink City” and the gateway to the princely state of Rajasthan.

Check-in at hotel. Evening at leisure. Overnight at Hotel.


In Jaipur

American Breakfast


Forts of Rajasthan

Ascend to Amber Fort by Jeep. In our endeavor to not support animal cruelty we advise our clients not to avail of the Elephant ride. However we understand if the clients insist on the service in which case we can book the same.

This hilltop fortress was the Royal Family’s residence and is one of the most enchanting forts of India. A complex of palaces, temples, mirror inlaid public halls and beautifully manicured gardens, the fortress is an exquisite example of Rajput architecture. Within the fort are enchanting palaces and chambers notable amongst them being the Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) and Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of Public Audience).


Afternoon:  City tour of the Pink City of Jaipur


City Palace This beautiful palace was built during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. This Palace stands apart, with its outstanding art and architecture.


Jantar Mantar an Observatory

A collection of architectural astronomical instruments, built by Sawai Jai Singh who was a Rajput king. The name is derived from jantar ("instrument"), and mantar ("formula", or in this context "calculation"). Therefore jantar mantar means literally 'calculation instrument'.


Experiential Extra activities at no extra cost

Evening Visit Govind Devji Krishna Temple for evening pray ceremony amongst devotees and followers who come especially to pay their respects to Lord Krishna.

This Krishna temple has been highly preserved by the erstwhile royal family. Sawai Jai Singh installed the image of GOVIND DEV JI (an incarnation of lord Krishna) after it was brought from Vrindavan. Housed within the sanctum of this spire less temple, the patron deity of the royal family is very religiously worshipped by most of the Hindus in the city and near by areas.


Overnight stay at Hotel


Jaipur - Agra (approx 260 kms 6 hrs)

American Breakfast at hotel


In time check-out and drive to Agra


Experiential Extra activities Abhaneri Step Well Drive to visit one of the most amazing sites of this tour ‘Abhaneri Step Wells’.  The small village of Abhaneri has one of India's deepest and largest step wells (or “baolis”). Step wells are unique to India. They were used as cool places of resort, as pools for ritual cleansing before a temple visit and as a water supply for dry weather.

Continue drive to Agra Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri, a World Heritage Site

Built during the second half of the 16th century by the Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri (the City of Victory) was the capital of the Mughal Empire for 10 years.

The richest period of history can be attributed to the Mughal period, Akbar being one of the emperors who shone the brightest for his deeds.

The façade of Fatehpur Sikri remains a historical monument – deserted – though it was built to support a sprawling ancient city.


Check-in at Hotel. Overnight stay at Hotel


Agra – Delhi (approx 210 kms 4-5 hours)

Morning visit Taj Mahal (closed on Friday)

Build by Emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his beloved Queen Begum Mumtaz. This wonder of the world is said to have taken 21 years to build. It has an enormous shimmering white dome with four corner minarets and is marked by perfect symmetry and harmony, be it the shape of the minarets; the cupolas; the central arch in the façade; the perfectly arranged arched recesses or the intricate stone inlay work. It is the most extravagant monument ever built for love.


Back to hotel for Breakfast


Late visit Red Fort

One of the large fortified residences built at various strategic points of Mughal Empire.

The fort presents a good sampling of Islamic and Hindu architectural styles.

It is said Agra Fort is the Place where Shajahan saw Mumtaz and fell in Love at first sight. 


In time check-out and drive to Delhi via visit Itimad ud Daulah.

The tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah is a Mughal mausoleum often described as a "jewel box", and sometimes also called the "Baby Tāj", the tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah is often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal.


Drive to Delhi and check-in at hotel


Delhi stands as the capital of Modern India. Here you can see the mingling of the Old and New India, the ancient and the modern. Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many emperors, which has left behind a plethora of monuments that commemorate the grandeur and glory of bygone ages.


Overnight stay at hotel


In Delhi

American Breakfast at hotel


Full day visit Old & New Delhi


Mughal tour of Old Delhi: the once ancient walled city. The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan shifted the Mughal capital from Agra to Delhi. Possessing remarkable talent in architecture, he created the seventh city and in the process brought about Delhi’s glorious renaissance.


Jama Masjid: One of Asia’s largest mosque can hold a mind-blowing 25,000 people.

Towering over Old Delhi, the ‘Friday Mosque’ was Shah Jahan’s final architectural opus, built between 1644 and 1658.


Explore Old Delhi - by Cycle Rickshaw

Chandani- Chowk

Explore the bustling lanes of Old Delhi’s historic Chandni Chowk. Experience Delhi’s culture and heritage as you navigate through labyrinth by lanes that unveil treasures on every turn. Colorful bazaars, old havelis (family estates) and the everyday nuances of life in Delhi is some of what’s in store.


By vehicle Drive past the Red Fort, Shah Jahans symbol of power and elegance.

Home to Mughal emperors for over 200 years. Named for its massive enclosing wall built in red sandstone, it was once the fortified palace of the then capital, Shahjahnabad.


Humanyu Tomb UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE is the tomb of the Mughal emperor Humanyu.

The tomb was commissioned in 1569-70, designed by a Persian architect. It was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent


Experiential Extra activities at no extra cost Historic Gardens

Lodi-Gardens -Take a walk along with the local Delhi- Ites
Lodi Garden spans over 90 acres. Steeped in history, the gardens are home to Mughal architectural tombs and mausoleums; the most prominent being that of Sikandar Lodi An Archeological Survey of India protected zone, Lodi Gardens has an old world charm amidst New Delhi.


Delhi’s Colonial Past Lutyens’ Delhi

Named after and designed by British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, this imperial part of Delhi houses the city’s most prominent landmarks including the President of India’s estate, the Rashtrapati Bhawan and the World War I memorial, India Gate. The long boulevards of Lutyens’ are also dotted with sprawling bungalows that are home to many political bigwigs of the country.


Qutub Minar - Delhi's most recognized landmark is in Mehrauli (south Delhi) is a must-see.

This World Heritage Monument built in 1199 by Qutbuddin Aibak as a victory tower after conflict.

The soaring 230-foot Minar is made of red sandstone and marble.


Experiential Extra activities -Visit Bangla Sahib Gurudwara and live kitchen.

The most prominent Sikh Temple. They serve free meals known as” langar “where over 10,000 people come to eat everyday despite different religion, caste and creed.

The food is made in one of the largest live kitchens and you can have a chance to take part in the same.


Room till departure. Night departure transfer to Airport to board flight for final destination


Delhi Out


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