Agra One Day Tour

One Day/Night Agra

Your day starts with a drive to Agra post a sumptuous breakfast. Agra is a good 4-5 hour drive away from Delhi. Once we arrive at Agra, we check-in to the hotel. After a good rest and a delicious lunch, we head on with our tour.

Your first stop is at Baby Taj Mahal – located on the opposite bank of river Yamuna. It was built by Noorjahan in loving memory of his father. Post that, we head to Mehtab Bagh – the Moonlight garden. This place provides you with the picture-perfect view of the Taj Mahal.

Post the tour of Baby Taj and Mehtab Bagh, you can either take a breather or head over Sadar Bazaar, a marketplace bustling with all things Agra-centric. You can enjoy a short shopping trip here.

We end the day with a splendid dinner back at the hotel.

The next day starts with watching the sunrise at the great Taj Mahal. Watching the sunrise at one of the greatest monuments is a visual treat for the eyes. Taj Mahal is an architectural wonder from the Mughal era and to this day, never misses to please one’s eyes!

Heading back to the hotel for breakfast, we check out and move on with the tour of Agra fort – a historical fort nestled in the city of Agra. This fort was the residence to Mughal emperors long before the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi.

After visiting the fort, we head back to Delhi/Jaipur

One Day/Night Agra with Fatehpur Sikri

Your day starts with a drive to Agra post a sumptuous breakfast. Agra is a good 4-5 hour drive away from Delhi. Once we arrive at Agra, we check-in to the hotel. After a good rest and a delicious lunch, we head on with our tour.

Your first stop is a tour of Agra fort – a historical fort nestled in the city of Agra. This fort was the residence to Mughal emperors long before the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi.

Next, we head to Baby Taj Mahal – located on the opposite bank of river Yamuna. It was built by Noorjahan in loving memory of his father. Post that, we head to Mehtab Bagh – the Moonlight garden. This place provides you with the picture-perfect view of the Taj Mahal.

Post the tour of Baby Taj and Mehtab Bagh, you can either take a breather or head over Sadar Bazaar, a marketplace bustling with all things Agra-centric. You can enjoy a short shopping trip here.

We end the day with a splendid dinner back at the hotel.

The next day starts with watching the sunrise at the great Taj Mahal. Watching the sunrise at one of the greatest monuments is a visual treat for the eyes. Taj Mahal is an architectural wonder from the Mughal era and to this day, never misses to please one’s eyes!

Heading back to the hotel for breakfast, we check out and move on with the tour of the ancient city of Fatehpur Sikhri. Founded in the 16th century and built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, the city is landscaped with Red sandstone buildings, giving the city a distinct look

After visiting the city, we head back to Delhi/Jaipur.

Full Moon Night Special 

Open to only 5 days a month, you’d have an opportunity to witness Taj Mahal in its most beautiful form ever. After an early dinner on Day 1 of our tour, you can spectate the Taj Mahal accompanying the full moon in all its glory.

Special Message 

400 tickets to The Taj Mahal’s Full Moon Night are available. Those who wish to watch this beautiful sight will have to book the tickets before 10 am, a day prior to the full moon night (ID cards are a must). In case we are unable to book the tickets, we will refund you the amount promptly.

Notice 

Our plans are flexible as per your comfort. Feel free to book with us and modify the plans as per your preferences; we are sure we can accommodate your changes accordingly!

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