A two week North India tour highlights the best of Rajasthan, the sublime Taj Mahal, the aesthetics of Khajuraho temples and the eternal Varanasi.

Kickstart your cultural adventure with an introduction to the contrasting faces of bustling Delhi. Visit the historic cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur to get awed by imposing forts, luxurious palaces and beautiful temples. At the same time, you also experience authentic local culture and discover the region’s hidden gems. Marvel at the eternal beauty of the sublime Taj Mahal. Gaze in awe at the seductive craftsmanship of Khajuraho. Take a break from the busy cities and spend some time wandering around the delightful town of Orchha. On an early morning boat ride, get a glimpse of one of the oldest living cities.


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Trip Highlights

  • Soak in the romance of Udaipur, teeming in resplendent palaces afloat the tranquil lakes.
  • Explore the towering Mehrangarh Fort overlooking the blue city. You can feel the city humming!
  • Ride camels out in the deserts of Pushkar. You may get some tag-along musicians willing to play any of your favourite melodies.
  • Go on a fascinating walking tour of the pink city. There isn’t a moment you would want to miss out on. You cannot escape Jaipur without shopping!
  • Get startled by the intricately carved 8th-century step-well of Abhaneri.
  • Unravel the mystery behind the aesthetics of erotic Khajuraho sculptures.
  • Spend time exploring the serene town of Orchha that often gets outshined by the more popular tourist places. We are confident you would want to return to Orchha soon.
  • Take a boat ride to witness the early morning activities along the Ganges. Few soul-satiating experiences can compare with this one.

What To Expect

  • The region we are travelling through experiences hot weather for most parts (March – September) in a year. Please bring lightweight and loose cotton clothes, sunscreen and a sunhat and keep yourself hydrated.
  • We are committed to travelling respectfully to the local communities and the environment. Please dress up conservatively (minimum half sleeves and three-quarter trousers) as you will visit religious places and rural communities. Use water and electricity judiciously.

Itinerary Details

Day 1 Delhi

Upon arrival at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport, please make your way out of the arrival lounge; once you have completed your immigration and baggage collection formalities. Look out for the ‘Beyond The Tours’ representative or driver who would be waiting to receive you just outside of gate number 5 with a placard bearing your name. If you cannot spot our representative or the driver, please call us on the below numbers to assist you further.

Beyond The Tours (India): +91-1234567890 <highlight your contact numbers here>

An arrival transfer from the airport to your hotel is included in your trip price. Depending on traffic, the drive to your hotel takes around an hour and a half (nearly 25 km).

Important: Do not follow anyone who may tell you that your hotel is sold out and that they have better options for you. This may be a scam!

Check-in time at your hotel is 12:00 pm. Early check-in is subject to availability.

The rest of the day is at leisure. If you have arrived early, take a look at our list of recommended optional activities.

The city of Delhi has always been a centre of politics for several distinct enclaves, the earliest being Indraprastha which dates back to nearly 5000 years in the Hindu epic Mahabharat. The latest was Old Delhi with its Mughal built monuments such as the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and New Delhi when the British shifted their capital from Kolkata in 1911. With imposing forts and mausoleums, temples of antiquity, museums, art galleries, upscale boutiques, luxury hotels, and not to forget, some of the world’s most lip-smacking cuisine, India’s capital is a treasure trove for every taste.

Please join your group leader for an important meeting at 06:00 pm. They will share important trip-related information with you and collect your passport, visa, and travel insurance details.

Today, your group leader will take you out for dinner at one of the local restaurants. Here, you will have the opportunity to know your fellow travellers while enjoying some of the most delicious north Indian cuisines.

Overnight stay in Delhi.

Arrival transfer: Delhi airport to hotel
Hotel (1 night)
Welcome dinner

Day 2 Delhi

Today, our tour of Delhi includes an intriguing introduction to the contrasting faces of India’s exciting capital.

Hit the road with your group leader on an Old Delhi walking tour that takes you to some of the city’s most iconic monuments and famous landmarks while uncovering hard-to-find gems and authentic local experiences inhabited in distinct neighbourhoods and active marketplaces.

Visit Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India. Commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, the grand red sandstone complex can hold 25,000 devotees at a time.

Visit the Sis Ganj Gurudwara that warmly welcomes everyone with no discrimination. Join the locals at the langar (community kitchen) that serves nearly 10,000 people daily for free. Sneeze your heart out at Asia’s largest spice market. There are spices you may never even have heard of, like Javitri and Khus-Khus.

Drive through the tree-lined avenues of New Delhi interspersed with grand colonial vistas and imperial structures of the British era. Our drive will take us past the Parliament House, the President’s House, and the India Gate. Locate the rustic 14th-century stepwell tucked away in the heart of a modern commercial hub.

Overnight stay in Delhi.


  • Jama Masjid (mosque)
  • Gurudwara (Sikh Temple)
  • Spice Markets
  • Cycle Rickshaw Ride
  • Drive past New Delhi
  • Agrasen Ki Baoli (stepwell

  • Hotel (1 Night)
Included Meals

  • Breakfast

Day 3 Udaipur

Take an hour’s flight to Udaipur.

On your trip to Udaipur, go on a romantic date with the picture-perfect rendezvous of milky white palaces floating on shimmering lakes punctuated with golden sunsets. The fairy-tale backdrop is laced with an array of scenic gourmet restaurants and pocket-friendly rooftop cafes. Test your bargaining skills in the congested markets dotted with designer boutiques, painting schools, cooking schools, to name a few. There are plenty of things to see and various activities to take part in while you are here.

Overnight stay in Udaipur.
Included Activities

  • Orientation walk

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Optional Activities

  • Cultural Dance Show
  • Boat ride on Lake Pichola

Day 4 Udaipur

This morning, we will set out on a Udaipur sightseeing tour that involves a visit to the City Palace. Overlooking the quaint Lake Pichola, the royal abode of the Maharanas of Udaipur was built over nearly 400 years and is often distinguished as the largest among the palaces of Rajasthan. We will also visit the Jagdish temple, one of the ancient places of worship for the Hindus. The rest of the day is free for you either take up optional activities or enjoy a drink at any of the cafes facing the lake.

After visiting Fatehpur Sikri, we drive to Bharatpur (around 20 km) railway station from where we travel by train (nearly 2 hours) to Sawai Madhopur, home of Ranthambore National Park. We arrive at Sawai Madhopur in the evening and check in to our hotel for a two-night stay.

Overnight Stay at the Hotel.

Included Activities

  • Fatehpur Sikri Palace Complex

  • Hotel (1 Night)
Included Meals

  • Dinner

Optional Activities

  • Crystal Gallery
  • Vintage Car Museum
  • Cooking Class
  • Monsoon Palace (Sajjan Garh)

Day 5 Jodhpur

Today, we drive to Jodhpur (around 275 km) in around 7-8 hours. We stop en route to visit the 15th century Ranakpur Jain temples.

Resting on a complex of 1444 pillars adorned with profuse marble carvings, the temple is a pure manifestation of excellence in architecture and craftsmanship with no two pillars alike.

If you are able to match the timings, join the locals for the delicious temple meal-offering that consists of freshly prepared Jain food, without onion and garlic.

After we visit the temple, we carry on with our drive to Jodhpur.

Located on the silk trade route of the 16th century, Jodhpur was the erstwhile capital of the royal kingdom of Marwar. Founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha on the edge of the great Indian Thar desert, Marwar was once ruled by the warrior Rathores, one of the premier Rajput clans that dominated Rajasthan for well over a thousand years.

Overnight stay in Jodhpur.

Included Activities

  • Ranakpur Jain Temples

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 Night)

Day 6 Jodhpur

This morning, on our Jodhpur tour, we visit the Mehrangarh Fort. Towering over the jumble of blue houses, the mighty fort of Jodhpur dominates the city’s skyline and is placed amongst the most formidable and magnificent forts of Rajasthan. The fort proudly stands out as one of the most well-preserved heritage sites you will ever visit.
To feel the city’s pulse, go down to the clock tower market bustling with buyers and sellers of fresh vegetables, handicrafts, silver, textiles, knick-knacks, spices, and yes, there are holy cows too – though not for sale! Do not miss out on the Makhaniya Lassi (yoghurt drink) – many past travellers have rated this one as the best lassi they have tasted in India.

If you are a polo lover, the famous Jodhpurs were first designed here.

The rest of the day is at leisure.

Included Activities

  • Mehrangarh Fort
  • Clock tower market

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Optional Activities

  • Jaswant Thada
  • Ummaid Bhawan Palace Museum
  • Mandore Gardens

Day 7 Pushkar

We will leave early and travel to Pushkar by road covering nearly 240 km in around 5 hours.

Life in the quaint town of Pushkar whirls around a holy lake sprayed with about 400 milky-white temples, camels, and quirky markets that sell almost anything to entice a traveller.
Famous for being home to the only Brahma temple in the world, the town often hums with chanting soundtracks, drums and gongs, prayers and devotional songs. Despite a heavy footfall of tourists, Pushkar remains enchantingly mystic and laid back.

This afternoon, ride camels out in the desert for a local Rajasthani experience. Enjoy the sunset from the dunes while you sip a cup of piping hot chai.

Overnight stay in Pushkar.

Included Activities

  • Camel Safari
  • Orientation Walk

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Day 8 Jaipur

Travel to Jaipur by road covering around 150 km in nearly 3.5 hours.

Home to majestic hilltop forts, dazzling palaces, celebrated landmarks, ancient temples, and long stretches of vibrant markets washed in myriad shades of pink, that’s Jaipur! A city founded in 1727 by the mathematician and astronomer king Sawai Jai Singh.

Jaipur has all the hallmarks of a well-planned city, including the City Palace, the Hawa Mahal, and an observatory.

A fun walking tour of the pink city awaits you with your group leader. You won’t get bored while exploring the city’s awe-inspiring landmarks, characteristic markets teeming with people and activity, pungent smells, myriad sounds, and endless photo opportunities. Stop at the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds), probably the most photographed building in India after the Taj Mahal.

Overnight stay in Jaipur.

Included Activities

  • Old city heritage walk
  • Photo stop at Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds)

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Included Meals

  • Bollywood movie
  • City Palace museum

Day 9 Jaipur

This morning, we drive around 10 km outside of Jaipur to visit the ancient city of Amber. Surrounded by an impregnable city wall, the thousand years old settlement of Amber was once the capital of the Kachhawaha Dynasty of Rajputs before they founded Jaipur in 1727.

Tour the spectacular Amber Fort, one of the most popular places to visit in Jaipur. A perfect blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural styles, the fort cradles a wide range of stunning palaces, impressive pavilions, open courtyards and beautiful gardens.The rest of the day is at leisure.

Overnight stay in Jaipur.

Included Activities

  • Amber Fort

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Included Meals

  • Galta Temple (monkey temple)
  • Jantar Mantar (Observatory)

Day 10 Agra

Today, we will depart early by road to Agra, covering around 250 km in 7 hours. We will stop en route at the village of Abhaneri to uncover one of the hidden architectural treasures of the region. Constructed during the 8th and the 9th century, the Chand Baori step-well is one of the oldest and the most beautiful step wells.
We now carry on with our drive to Agra. Upon arrival, we go straight to the Taj Mahal. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Agra was the seat of the royal Mughal court in the 16th and 17th century. The city rose to prominence under the reign of Akbar, Jehangir and Shah Jahan, who built formidable forts, luxurious palaces, mighty mausoleums and beautiful gardens.

Overnight stay in Agra.

Included Activities

  • Chand Baori at Abhaneri
  • Taj Mahal (only 1 visit)

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Day 11 Khajuraho

This morning we will go on a guided tour of the Agra Fort before we drive to the railway station to catch a day train to our next destination.

Often overshadowed by the Taj Mahal’s stature, the Agra Fort is no less impressive and is worth a visit for its remarkable architecture, beautiful design and impregnable fortification.

We will take a day train (nearly 3 hours) to Virangana Lakshmibai railway station (formerly Jhansi) and then drive in our private cars (around 4 hours) to reach Khajuraho. Upon arrival, check into your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.

This evening, you may choose to attend a cultural dance show (optional activity) staging live performances of different dance forms of India.

Overnight stay at Khajuraho.

Included Activities

  • Agra Fort

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Day 11 Orchha

After breakfast, we will tour the Western Group of Khajuraho temples, a UNESCO world heritage site.

Built by the Chandela dynasty of rulers between AD 900 and 1130, the temples are among the most beautiful medieval monuments that have amazed people across generations with their architectural brilliance, intricate carvings, and Kamasutra sculptures.

Later, we will drive to Orchha, covering nearly 175 km in around 4.5 hours. Upon arrival, check into your hotel.

Nestled on the banks of the Betwa River, the scenic town of Orchha has changed little over the centuries. Originally a hunting area, the town was the capital of the Bundela Rajput kings, who built colossal palaces, beautiful cenotaphs, and magnificent temples.

This evening, your group leader will take you out on an orientation walk of the town. Later join the Aarti ceremony at the Ram Raja temple.

Included Activities

  • Orientation walk
  • Aarti ceremony

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Day 12 Overnight Train to Varanasi

Today morning, we will take a guided tour of the Palace complex of Orchha.

Today, we catch an overnight train to Varanasi.

Check-out time at your hotel is 12:00 midday. You will have access to group day rooms (on sharing basis) till you depart for the railway station in the evening.

Note: We travel in 3 tier air-conditioned trains. Each compartment has six berths (2 each of top, middle, and lower) facing each other and two berths (upper and lower) in the aisle. There are Indian and western toilets attached to either end of the carriage. We recommend carrying a chain and a padlock to fasten your luggage under your berth. As part of the Covid safety protocols, the Indian railways have not been providing pillows and sheets. You may consider carrying a sleeping bag for travelling comfortably on overnight trains.

Though we try our best to secure tickets in the same carriage, it may not always be possible as we have no control over the railway reservations system. There might be a case where the group is split into more than one carriage.

Included Activities

  • Orchha Palace Complex
  • Sustainable Paper-making Plant

  • Breakfast

  • Group day rooms (on sharing basis)

Day 13 Varanasi

Our overnight train is scheduled to arrive in Varanasi around 11:00 am. Upon arrival, check in to your hotel.

Situated on the banks of the holy Ganges, Varanasi is considered the oldest living city in the world.

Home to a religious and spiritual legacy that goes back nearly 3000 years, Varanasi has attracted scholars of different faiths, including Lord Buddha, who delivered his first sermon at Sarnath, just 10 km away from the city. Also known as Kashi (the city of lights), the city draws its existence into narrow lanes, ashrams, priests and the prestigious Banaras Hindu University. We will go out on an orientation walk of the city’s old quarter this afternoon, followed by the evening Aarti on the Ganges.

Overnight stay in Varanasi.

Included Activities

  • Orientation Walk
  • Ganges Aarti Ceremony

  • Hotel (1 night)

Day 14 Varanasi

Take an early morning boat ride to witness the sun’s golden cast on the long stretch of ninety-odd ghats (set of steps coming down to the river). Constructed under the patronage of different princely states of India, these ghats define the life and identity of Varanasi.

The rest of the day is at leisure.

Included Activities

  • Morning boat ride

  • Breakfast

  • Hotel (1 night)

Included Meals

  • Sarnath
  • Sankat Mochan (monkey temple)
  • Vishwanath Temple (inside BHU)

Day 15 Delhi

Today, we take a flight (around 1 hour) back to Delhi.

If time permits, check out some of the city’s attractions that may interest you.

Join your group leader, who will take you out to one of the local restaurants for the trip farewell dinner.

Overnight stay in Delhi.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast, Dinner

  • Hotel (1 night)

Day 16 Delhi | End of Trip

There are no activities planned today. Check-out time at your hotel is 12:00 pm. If you wish to depart later, you can store your luggage (keep it locked) with the hotel reception at no extra charge.
A departure transfer to the airport is included in your trip price. Please provide us with your flight details at least seven days before the flight date. Your group leader can help you re-confirm your departure transfer.
Included Meals

  • Breakfast



  • Arrival transfer (Delhi Airport To Trip Hotel) – Delhi
  • Old Delhi walking tour – Delhi
  • Jama Masjid (mosque) – Delhi
  • Sisganj Gurudwara (Sikh temple) -Delhi
  • Old Delhi Spice Market – Delhi
  • Drive past New Delhi – Delhi
  • Agrasen Ki Baoli (stepwell) – Delhi
  • City Palace Museum – Udaipur
  • Jagdish Temple – Udaipur
  • Ranakpur Jain Temples – en-route Jodhpur
  • Mehrangarh Fort – Jodhpur
  • Clock tower visit – Jodhpur
  • Camel Safari – Pushkar
  • Pink City Heritage Walk – Jaipur
  • Photo stop at Hawa Mahal – Jaipur
  • Amber Fort – Jaipur
  • Chand Baori at Abhaneri – en-route Agra
  • Taj Mahal (only one visit) – Agra
  • Agra Fort – Agra
  • Western Zone of Temples – Khajuraho
  • Aarti Ceremony – Orchha
  • Sustainable Papermaking Plant Visit – Orchha
  • Orchha Palace Complex – Orchha
  • Morning Boat ride – Varanasi
  • Evening Boat ride with Aarti Ceremony – Varanasi
  • Orientation Walk – Varanasi
  • Flight: Varanasi to Delhi
  • Departure transfer (Trip Hotel to Delhi Airport)
14 Breakfasts, 2 Dinners


  • 14 Nights of standard hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis,
  • Overnight train (1 night)
Private mini coach/car, shuttle bus/jeeps (at monuments), cycle rickshaws, auto-rickshaws, day train, overnight train, boat, walking

Important Notes

  • Travellers on ‘Beyond The Tours’ trips are required to produce proof of complete vaccination against the Covid-19.
  • An optional single room supplement is available on this trip. The single supplement is subject to availability.
  • Boat rides in the Ganges in Varanasi may get cancelled in light of the safety concerns that arise due to increased water levels resulting from heavy rainfall in the region. In a situation as such, we will alternatively offer you a visit to Sarnath.

Itinerary Disclaimer

ITINERARY CHANGES: Our itineraries are updated regularly based on the travellers’ feedback. Therefore, your Essential Trip Information may differ from the initial information you received at the time of booking the trip. Please review the information just a few days before your departure for the latest updates. Due to factors beyond our direct control, such as unfavourable weather, public holidays, transport cancellations, etc., we may be required to make further changes to the itinerary after the commencement of the trip. The sequence and timing of the included activities on this trip may vary seasonally for our travellers to have the best experience. Your group leader will keep you updated with any such changes after the trip has started.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES: We have recommended optional activities on a day to day basis based on our past travellers’ feedback. Prices are approximate and do not include transport or services of a local guide unless specified otherwise. Optional activities are subject to availability, and some may be on a join-in basis. Depending on the available free time, it may or may not be possible to pursue all the optional activities listed in the trip itinerary.

Covid-19 Entry and Exit Requirements

Due to the constantly evolving health and safety advisory on Covid-19, it is imperative that you monitor your government’s travel advice for the most up to date border-measures and travel requirements as they may change without notice.


  • BEST TIME TO VISIT: September to March with warm days and cool nights. December and January are the coldest months, with temperatures reaching 0 degrees Celsius in some parts of north India.
  • SUMMER: April, May, and June are peak summer months with temperatures rising to 48 degrees Celcius
  • MONSOON: July, August, and September are the monsoon months when it gets warm and highly humid.

India experiences vast variations in its climate. We recommend checking the region’s weather you intend to visit beforehand and planning your trip accordingly.


We highly recommend you check your government’s travel advisory for safety-related information on the region you intend to visit. Additionally, please ensure your travel insurance policy covers you for the trip you are taking and all the activities part of your trip itinerary. Your group leader will accompany you on all the included activities on this trip. They will deliver daily safety briefings on activities and sightseeing, travel and transport, food and drinks, etc., for you to have the safest possible experience.

We recommend you use a neck wallet or a money belt to carry your valuables such as passports, bank cards, flight tickets, cash, etc. You may also use an electronic safe (available at some hotel rooms) to store your valuables. However, please do not forget to retrieve your belongings before checking out. Do not bring expensive jewellery on the trip. Please bring a lock to secure your luggage. OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES: You may get some free time to pursue your interests or relax. Any optional activities are not a part of the trip itinerary, and ‘Tourrnival Jourrneys’ cannot be held responsible for the associated safety concerns or the standard of the operators running them. We recommend you make your judgment before you choose to pursue any optional activity during your free time.

WOMEN’S SAFETY: Of late, there have been reported cases of sexual assault against women in India. While the risk of a safety incident on your trip is meagre, we suggest you take the below-mentioned precautions to have a safe travelling experience:

  • Respect local dress codes and customs. Dress up more conservatively (minimum half sleeves and three-quarter trousers) than what you do back home. The best is to observe the way local ladies or girls dress up.
  • Avoid isolated areas, unlit streets, or lanes, and do not travel alone on local transport, especially at night.
  • Do not accept any unsolicited offers from unknown people (particularly at tourist spots) to go out for drinks, motorbike rides, etc.
  • Lock your hotel room as soon as you enter it. The concept of privacy is understood differently in some regions.
  • Do not worry! Be confident, stay alert and enjoy your trip.

Phone and Internet Access

Some hotels offer free WiFi connectivity while some charge for this service. A mobile prepaid SIM (we recommend Airtel or Jio) that usually costs 200-300 INR is easy to buy. You would be required to produce a photocopy of your passport and visa and a passport size photograph. We suggest you buy it from a store close to your hotel so that you can follow up if required.

Travel Insurance

You must have a valid travel insurance policy while travelling on a ‘Tourrnival Jourrneys’ trip. Your travel insurance policy must cover you for medical expenses, including related covid-19 expenditures and emergency repatriation. We highly recommend that your policy covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment or loss of luggage or personal belongings.

Your group leader will collect your travel insurance details in the group meeting on Day 1. If you do not possess valid travel insurance, you will not be permitted to join the trip.

Packing List

  • Personal medical/first-aid kit.
  • Torch or flashlight.
  • Pack as lightly as you can. You would be required to carry your luggage for short distances, including train stations.
  • Day pack (for your local sightseeing).
  • Loose cotton clothes, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a sunhat (For summers | April to September).
  • Thermal vests and trousers, and a jacket (For peak winters | December and January).
  • Face masks, sanitiser, wet wipes, mosquito spray, earplugs and eye masks.
  • Sturdy sandals or comfortable walking shoes.
  • A small chain and a padlock.

Group Leader

All our group trips are led by group leaders who are locals with excellent field skills, supported by extensive local knowledge and training. The role of the group leader is to facilitate your trip in a way that you can have the best possible trip.

Though not conventional local guides, you can expect your group leader to provide you with adequate information on the places of your visit, including historical, religious, and cultural aspects of a destination, recommendations on safe eating options, optional activities, etc. Wherever required, we also hire the services of local guides who have specialized knowledge of the regions we visit.

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