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Classical North India Tour

  • 10 Nights / 11 Days
  • Delhi - Jaipur - (Fatehpur Sikri) - Agra - Gwalior - Orchha - Khajuraho - Varanasi - Delhi
Ganga ‘aarti’ & ghats
Erotic temples
Art & culture
Forts & palaces
Mosques & tombs
Cuisines & bazaar

Classical North India Tour has been crafted to showcase different aspects of representative north Indian culture. The destinations touched upon in classical north India tour itinerary present a glimpse of sub-regional cultural diversity of north India. Among the Golden Triangle tourist places, Delhi is home to gargantuan monuments with historical evidences of tumultuous past and evolved cultural mix. Jaipur, a representative of royal Rajasthan, showcases grand forts, majestic palaces, scientific solar observatory, vibrant culture, bustling market and delicious cuisine. Agra, seat of Taj Mahal, does not need any introduction with three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Fatehpur Sikri. The old world rustic way of life can be seen in Orchha. Gwalior will spill the sheer grandeur of erstwhile Maharajas. On the one hand Varanasi charms a visitor with mysticism and spiritualism; on the other hand Khajuraho prods sexuality and spirituality to mingle.

Day 1 Arrival at New Delhi - sightseeing of Old Delhi.

Arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi from your country. You will be welcomed by our representative at the airport, with a placard of your name. You will be taken to the pre-booked hotel. As most of the flights land at wee hours, you will have enough time to have sound sleep and relaxation. Late in the morning, you will have breakfast and proceed for half-day Old Delhi sightseeing which includes Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk and Raj Ghat. This part of Delhi was built by Shahjahan and hence is known as Shahjahanabad as well. Enjoy rickshaw ride in the oldest medieval market place Chandni Chowk. The visit of Old Delhi will be your first encounter with "exotic India". India, the kaleidoscopic culture of an ancient land and a window to new world, is a fascinating blend of the past and the present. Overnight will be at Delhi.

Day 2 New Delhi sightseeing

The 2nd day of Classical North India Tour will showcase before you the majestic co-existence of ancient, medieval and modern monuments and life-styles. This will let you realize the exotic India in the form of lineage of more than 5000 years old culture and civilization. You will also happen to see the stages of civilizational twists and turns, developments, cultural fusion etc. These aspects of social developments can be seen in live form only in India. Enjoy the rickshaw ride at Old Delhi which will enthuse you with an altogether different feeling where most pricey cars will also be found running the medieval transport medium -Rickshaw. Imperial Delhi will include the Qutub Minar, the tallest stone tower in India. The tour also includes a drive past the imposing India Gate, the Parliament building and the Rastrapathi Bhawan, the President's residence. Overnight will be in Delhi.

Day 3 Delhi - Varanasi (by air)

After sumptuous breakfast in the Delhi hotel, you will be given transfer to Delhi airport to board flight for Varanasi, world's oldest living city. On arrival at Varanasi airport, you will be taken to the designated hotel. Check in, relax and proceed for Sarnath, a famous Buddhist place where Lord Buddha had delivered his first sermon. In Sarnath, visit Dhamek Stupa, Asokan Pillar, Mrigdav, Buddhist monastery and Sarnath Museum.

Late in the afternoon, proceed for Gadaulia, the buzzing market place which is nearest place to the famous ghats of Varanasi. Reach at ghat to view mesmerizing Ganga Aarti. From time immemorial, it has been a great religious center for Hindus and one of their most sacred places of pilgrimage, being visited by millions of people every year. To every visitor Varanasi offers a breathtaking experience. Return to Varanasi hotel for overnight stay.

Day 4 Varanasi sightseeing

Early in the morning, you will be driven to the Dashaswamedh Ghat where you will have a boat ride along the ghats on the banks of the river Ganga. Board a boat with your Varanasi tour guide and proceed to the middle of the river, where at sunrise have real view of Varanasi life-style which includes bathing and prayer of thousands of faithful. Visit the Kashi Vishwanath Temple while returning to the hotel. Return for breakfast to the hotel.

After having breakfast in the hotel, proceed for guided tour of Varanasi which includes the Bharat Mata Temple, which features a big relief map of Mother India engraved in marble. Also visit the 18th century Durga Temple, commonly known as the Monkey Temple due to the huge population of the monkeys. Proceed to the Tulsi Manas Temple, crafted of white marble which features the entire Ramayana inscribed on its walls. Also visit the BHU considered as the biggest residential university in Asia. Return to Varanasi hotel for overnight stay.

Day 5 Varanasi - Khajuraho (by air)

After having breakfast in the Varanasi hotel, you will be driven to the Varanasi airport to board flight for Khajuraho. After one hour, you will reach Khajuraho. On arrival, you will be attended by representative of Optima India Tourism at Khajuraho airport and taken to the pre-booked hotel. Relax and proceed for sightseeing of Khajuraho which includes Western Group of Temples. The Khajuraho Temples are dedicated to a celebration of womanhood, her myriad moods and facets. Famous for its erotic architecture, the carvings include, women writing a letter, applying eye makeup, combing her tresses, dancing & playing with her child. Her innocent, blushed, charming, seductive, ardent beauty, all depicted in exquisitely sculptured details. The Khajuraho temples are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are famous for their erotic statues and exceptionally beautiful architecture.

Later in the afternoon, move to enjoy a cultural show, adjacent to the Western Group of temples complex. Having seen Khajuraho temples and enjoyed cultural show, return to Khajuraho hotel for overnight stay.

Day 6 Khajuraho – Orchha (170 kms/ 04 hrs)

After relaxed breakfast in the Khajuraho, drive for Orchha. Situated on the banks of river Betwa, Orchha at present has shrunk into a village town, located in the Bundelkhand region in Uttar Pradesh, India. Orchha Fort-Palace-Temples Complex is a major tourist attraction of Orchha. The Orchha Fort, built by the Bundela Chief Rudra Pratap Singh in the 16th century, houses many 'architectural wonders' such as Raja Ram Mandir, Laxmi Narayan Mandir, Jehangir Palace, Raj Palace and Rani Praveen Palace.

On arriving at Orchha, check in at designated hotel, relax a bit, have lunch in a restaurant on the banks of river Betwa and proceed for sightseeing of Orchha sites within the Fort Complex. Overnight stay will be in Orchha hotel.

Day 7 Orchha- Gwalior (120 kms/ 03 hrs)

After having breakfast in Orchha hotel, move for Gwalior- a historical medieval city. It has lot of monuments to show off like beautiful Man Mandir Place, the Teli Temple, Vishnu temple named as Sas Bahu Temple, gargantuan Gwalior Fort that houses Jai Vilas Palace, built in 19th century and residence of royal Scindia family, the Durbar Hall-famous for a pair of the world's biggest chandeliers and Gujri Mahal. Gwalior patronized artists and Gwalior Gharana commands great respect among various gharans of Hindustani music. Famous singers and composers like Baiju Bawra (Raja Man Singh Tomar in the early 16th century) and Tansen (King Akbar in 16th century), V.D. Paluskar, Sarod maestro Hafiz Ali Khan and his son Ustad Amjad Ali Khan etc have their roots herein.

Arrive at Gwalior, check in at the pre-booked hotel, relax and proceed for a sightseeing tour of the city visiting the interesting monuments. Enjoy the spa in the hotel on direct payment basis. Overnight will be at the palace turned into a luxury heritage hotel.

Day 8 Gwalior- Agra (120 kms/ 03 hrs)

Move for Agra after having sumptuous breakfast in Gwalior hotel. Arrive at Agra after 2 hrs drive, check in at one of the modern hotels, relax a bit and move for visiting best of Mughal monuments which obviously include Taj Mahal (one of the Seven Wonders of the World), Agra Fort and Baby Taj.

Agra was once the capital city of the Mughal Empire and, hence, is home to world famous monuments which are among UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In the evening, proceed to Agra market which is world over known for handicrafts, leather products, marble products and delicious Mughalai foods. Overnight stay will be in Agra hotel.

Day 9 Agra -Fatehpur Sikri- Jaipur (245 kms/ 05 hrs)

The 9th day of Classical North India Tour will take you to the land of Rajputs,i.e., Rajasthan. Jaipur, known as Pink City, is capital of Rajasthan. It is medieval India's first planned city. While moving for Jaipur, en route visit Fatehpur Sikri, a deserted city. The deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri has several monuments of religious and historical importance like Jama Masjid, Buland Darwaja, Panch Mahal, Jodha Bai Palace, Birbal Bhawan and Shrine of a Sufi saint Salim Chishti.

After viewing Fatehpur Sikri, proceed for Jaipur. On arrival at Jaipur, check in at the designated hotel, rest, relax, refresh and move on for visiting Albert Hall Museum and Govind Dev Ji Temple (your visit is planned to ensure that you watches the Aarti Ceremony which involves oil lamps being lit and waved, in order to awake and invoke the deity). Overnight stay will be in Jaipur.

Day 10 Jaipur City Tour

This day of your Classical North India Tour will unfold before you many experiences which will be quite unique for any visitor on north India tour. Every monument has history and reflection of evolution of art and culture. Having delightful breakfast in the hotel, proceed for Jaipur sightseeing which includes Amber Fort Palace, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Jal Mahal. Also, enjoy Maharaja -like life by ascending to Amber Fort gate on an elephant back.

Late afternoon is reserved for your market visit. Jaipur is one of the most appreciated exotic market place Known for superb gold and silver jewellery, pottery, tie-dye materials, silk, saris, wooden handicrafts and carpets. Having explored Jaipur to a greater extent, return to hotel for overnight stay in Jaipur.

Day 11 Jaipur – Delhi (265 kms/ 05 hrs) - Departure

Explore Jaipur independently as Jaipur is known for textile block printing, blue pottery, carpet weaving, semi-precious stones and local crafts which still thrive from the day of Maharaja Jai Singh's patronage when he designed special areas in the city for the 'bandhanas', the 'cheepas' and the 'minakari' workers. After having lunch in a nice restaurant of Jaipur, proceed for Delhi. Reach at Delhi airport to board the flight for home with sweet memories of Classical North India Tour.


Delhi is enriched with long historical past, glorious culture, an enviable treasure of monuments and modern infrastructure. Delhi, currently thecapital of Indian Republic , has passed through several upheavals during its thousands of years of existence and has witnessed many ups and downs of history with many dynasties flourishing and diminishing with the passage of time.

Delhi has been built nine times over the years and accordingly named in the scriptures. Indraprastha, known as first Delhi, was founded by Pandavas of Mahabharata in around 1500 BC. Qila Rai Pithora, termed as second Delhi, was built by Raja Anang Pal and later re-christened by Prithviraj Chauhan as Lal Kot. Siri, the third Delhi, was founded by Ala-ud-din Khilji. Siri Fort, a major tourist attraction, is a famous monument of that time. Tughlaqabad, called as fourth Delhi, had been founded by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq. Tughlaqabad Fort is a testimony to that. Jahan Panah, the fifth Delhi and a walled city, was constructed by Muhammad bin Tughlaq to address the constant threat of Mongols. The sixth Delhi, Ferozabad, was founded by Feroz Shah Tughlaq and its testimonial evidence can be seen in the form of 13-metre high tapering quadrangular pillar adjacent to Ashokan pillar. Din Panah, the seventh Delhi, was rebuilt afresh by Humayun and later razed and constructed by Sher Shah Suri. Earlier this Old Fort or Purana Qila was seat of legendary ruler Prithviraj Chauhan. The walled city of Shahjahanabad, known as eighth Delhi, had been founded by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan who built Taj Mahal as well in Agra. Modern and present day Delhi, the ninth Delhi and known as Lutyens' Delhi or New Delhi has been laid down by the British.

Varanasi <

Situated on the banks of holy river Ganga (the Ganges), the spiritual capital of India- Varanasi is known by several names like Banaras (as local people call it), Kashi (desrived from 'Kashika' meaning the shining one referring to the light of Lord Shiva), Avimukta (meaning never forsaken by Lord Shiva), Rudaravasa (meaning abode of Lord Shiva) and Anandavana (meaning forest of bliss). Varanasi is one of the holiest of the pilgrimages of the Hindus. Being on the banks of the Ganges, the most sacred and venerated river in India, Varanasi becomes all the more pious spiritual centre among religious Hindus. Its name Varanasi is derived from its being on the confluence of two rivers- Varuna and Asi. Though Varanasi is the world's oldest living city but its oldest monument is not older than 300 years because of inimically destructive invasions of Muslims. Varanasi is a prominent business and trade centre as well since the ancient times.

Ghats of Varanasi along the western bank of the Ganges are special as these epitomize various aspects of Hindu way of life. Watch out people having early morning bath followed by ablutions, puja by Brahmin priests, people practicing meditation & yoga, cremation process on Manikarnika ghat and Harishchandra ghat, people consulting the astrologers under their palm leaf parasols, buy offerings for rituals, trades selling silk apparels and brassware etc.


Located 10 kms from Varanasi, Sarnath is one of the four pilgrimages of the Buddhists. It was Sarnath where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon and declared the birth of a different 'dharma' (religion)- Buddhism. From Sarnath, the 'dharmachakra pravartan' commenced. In around 234 BC, Emperor Ashoka, a great follower of Buddhism, built a grand stupa- Dharmarajika Stupa, here. Later on Sarnath developed as a prominent Buddhist centre with a grand monastery. Between the 3rd century BC and the 11th century AD, several Buddhist structures were built here in Sarnath. The Muslim invaders in medieval period ransacked and destroyed it. But an inquisitive traveler may still experience the rich past in the remnants of monastery, Dhamekh stupa, Dharmarajika stupa and Emperor Ashoka's pillar. Also, visit Sarnath museum. Sarnath museum also has the figures and the sculptures from the Mauryan, Kushana and Gupta periods discovered during the excavations at Sarnath.


Khajuraho is well known for its temples. Of Indo-Aryan architecture, the temples of Khajuraho are embellished with superb decorations. Fine and artistic stonework is to be found around these temples. Many aspects of Indian life, as it existed 1000 years ago, have been depicted by the sculptors; curiously women and sex have been depicted in more detail. Owing to the subject of the sculptures, Khajuraho temples are also called Kamsutra Temples. These temples were built in Chandela period.

Dance festival is held in March. The festival lasts for 10 days and some of the best classical dancers of India perform during the Khajuraho Dance Festival against the backdrop of Khajuraho temples which are floodlit.


At Orchha, one can see the palace of Bir Singh Deo and also the Jahangir Palace. The palaces are impressive and offer pleasant views of the countryside and are worth a visit. There many other ruined buildings here and the seven storey Chaturbhuj Temple is close by.


Gwalior is famous for its old and very large fort. The fort has a number of temples and ruined palaces. Its history dates back to more than thousand years. In 1398 Tomar dynasty came to power in Gwalior. Greatest among these rulers was Man Singh who came to power in 1486. In 1516, Ibrahim Lodi besieged the fort. Later on the Mughals took it over which in turn went to the Marathas in 1754. Finally it passed into the hands of the Scindias though the British held the reins. During the first freedom struggle of 1857, Tatya Tope was defeated here and the heroine of the freedom struggle, Rani Laxmi Bai had martyred here. There is a memorial to her here.

Gwalior Fort is on a hill hundred meters above the town and is three kms in length. The width is varying between 200 meters to 2 kms. The walls are 10 meters high and beneath the walls, the hill face is a sheer drop. The Gwalior Fort is home to various splendid monuments including temples, palaces, museum etc. Man Singh Palace at the entrance of Gwalior Fort is also known as the Chit Mandir. It was built by Man Singh between 1486 and 1516. It has four storeys, two of them underground. These were used as prison cells during the Mughal period. The Gujari Mahal was also built by Man Singh for his favourite queen Mriganayani in the 15th century. Today, it houses a museum with a collection of Hindu and Jain scriptures and copies of the Bagh Caves frescoes.

There many other palaces here within the premises of Gwalior Fort but none of them is as imposing or well preserved as the Man Singh Palace. Near the eastern wall are the Saas Bahu (mother-in-law & daughter-in-law) temples. Both of these temples are similar in style but the larger temple has an ornately carved base and figures of Vishnu over the entrance.

The Jai Vilas Palace, built in the early 19th century, still houses the royal family. A major part of the palace is converted into a museum. On display are Belgian cut-glass furniture, stuffed tigers and a marble statue of Leda with a swan. There is also a model railway that carries brandy and cigars around the dining table after dinner.

In the old town of Gwalior is the Jami Masjid built in 1661. It is constructed of sandstone quarried from the foothill. There is a large tomb built for Mohammed Ghaus, a Muslim saint. It has hexagonal towers at its four corners, and a dome which was once covered with glazed blue tiles. The Tomb of Tansen, a singer during Akbar’s time is also close by.


Situated on the banks of holy river Ganga (the Ganges), the spiritual capital of India- Varanasi is known by several names like Banaras (as local people call it), Kashi (desrived from 'Kashika' meaning the shining one referring to the light of Lord Shiva), Avimukta (meaning never forsaken by Lord Shiva), Rudaravasa (meaning abode of Lord Shiva) and Anandavana (meaning forest of bliss). Varanasi is one of the holiest of the pilgrimages of the Hindus. Being on the banks of the Ganges, the most sacred and venerated river in India, Varanasi becomes all the more pious spiritual centre among religious Hindus. Its name Varanasi is derived from its being on the confluence of two rivers- Varuna and Asi. Though Varanasi is the world's oldest living city but its oldest monument is not older than 300 years because of inimically destructive invasions of Muslims. Varanasi is a prominent business and trade centre as well since the ancient times.

Ghats of Varanasi along the western bank of the Ganges are special as these epitomize various aspects of Hindu way of life. Watch out people having early morning bath followed by ablutions, puja by Brahmin priests, people practicing meditation & yoga, cremation process on Manikarnika ghat and Harishchandra ghat, people consulting the astrologers under their palm leaf parasols, buy offerings for rituals, trades selling silk apparels and brassware etc.


Agra finds its mention in epic of Mahabharata as ‘Agravana’. Agra is traditionally and culturally part of Brijbhumi, associated with legendary Lord Krishna. Strategically located on the banks of river Yamuna, the city of Agra has seen many upheavals due to intermittent attacks of the invaders to take control of it. Agra remained under control of the Rajputs, the Muslims, the Marathas and the British. Though the influences of these regimes are quite visible in art, architecture and culture of the city but the Mughal impact is more pronounced, especially in old Agra. Now-a-days, Agra has been synonymous with Taj Mahal from tourism perspective. Taj Mahal can easily be termed as a feather in the cap of India, particularly Agra, which also possesses the most precious jewel in the country’s crown the “Taj Mahal”. Sikander Lodhi, Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir and Shahjahan ruled with Agra as capital of their kingdoms. Babur was the first Mughal king who built first Islamic monument in Agra i.e. Gul-e-Afgaan or the Aram Bag -a planned garden. During the rule of Akbar, famous monuments of Agra, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort, were constructed. Sikandara and It-mad-ud-Daula are the famous buildings of Jahangiri period. World renowned Taj Mahal, built by Shah Jahan in fond memory of Mumtaj Mahal, is now one of the ‘Seven Wonders of the World’. Agra is also known for its fabulous handicrafts, made of marble and soft-stone inlay work. Agra's major handicraft products besides inlay work are: leather-ware, brassware, carpets, jewellery and embroidery work.

Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri, a historical place with nicely preserved monuments of Mughal era, is a must see place while visiting Agra. Located some 37 kms from Agra, Fatehpur Sikri of Buland Darwaja fame was founded by Akbar in 1569 to express his gratitude for Sufi mystic Salim Chishti, who was born in Sikri village. Many historians believe that Fatehpur Sikri was established as a joint capital with Agra but due to paucity of potable and drinking water, the plan to shift a section of imperial officials there had been reversed. Even today, its red stone architecture, richly ornamented with carvings & firework, is in a perfect state of preservation. Buland Darwaja is 15-storied, stands 140 feet on the pedestal and is 54 feet above the ground. A steep flight of 42 steps leads one to the massive gateway and makes it as one of the tallest gateways in the world is made of red-sandstone with marble decoration on it. With Quranic inscription on the front and cenotaph on the heights of the gateway, Buland Darwaja is a splendid blend of Hindu and Persian architecture. The calligraphy work done on the inner façade of Buland Darwaja has very less parallels in India.


Jaipur, present day capital city of India’s largest state Rajasthan, is representative of typical Rajasthani culture, art, architecture and lifestyles. Known as ‘Pink City’ or ‘Gulabi Nagar’ of Rajasthan, Jaipur attracts tourists towards its gargantuan forts, marvelously built palaces, lively market of handicraft products and intricately carved out temples. The sprinkling beauty, the edifices, big havelis and stupendous sky-touching forts of Jaipur attract the tourists immensely. Jaipur is the only city in the world which has been built as per India’s Vaastu Shastra and segmented as per astrology. Jaipur has been laid according to the conventional nine-grid pattern that astrologers believe to be lucky and which has been recommended in the ancient Indian treatise on architecture. Its nine rectangular sectors represent nine levels of universe. A boundary wall with eight gates surrounds the city.

  • Accommodation in the mentioned hotels on double sharing.

  • Daily breakfast basis on all places.

  • Total Meals: 11 (Breakfast-10; Lunch-01).

  • Total night stays: 10 (Delhi-02; Varanasi-02; Khajuraho-01; Orchha-01; Gwalior-01; Agra-01; Jaipur-02).

  • Well-appointed upgraded air-conditioned rooms at all places.

  • Along with breakfast at all places, 01 dinner in Orchha in a restaurant located on the banks of river Betwa.

  • Monument entrance charges.

  • Rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk, Delhi.

  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort in Jaipur.

  • Morning boat cruise in the Ganges during morning hours to enjoy panoramic view of Varanasi ghats.

  • English speaking & destination-specific guides at all destinations for mentioned sightseeing tour.

  • Meet & assist at the airport on arrival & departure.

  • Sightseeing tours as mentioned in the itinerary.

  • Air-conditioned private car for the whole sightseeing tour.

  • Driver for the whole tour.

  • All prevailing taxes like luxury tax, service tax etc.

  • All transfers, city tours, excursions & drives by air-conditioned transport.

  • Interstate road tax, toll tax, parking charges, driver’s wages, fuel charges etc.

Optima Special:
  • Exploration of Chandni Chowk market and its narrow but lively alleys while enjoying rickshaw ride.
  • Elephant ride from foothill to the hilltop of Amber where the main gateway of Amber Fort is.
  • Morning boat ride in the Ganges in Varanasi alongside Gaga ghats.
  • Cultural show in the evening in the backdrop of Western Group of Khajuraho temples.
Don’t miss on Classical North India Tour:
  • Dinner in a restaurant on the banks of Betwa river in Orchha, in the backdrop of rustic landscape.
  • View of Taj Mahal from Mehtab Bag during sunset from across River Yamuna.
  • A visit of Chokhi Dhani to experience Rajasthan in nutshell and pleasantly.
  • Discover the many faces of Delhi.
  • Catch a Bollywood blockbuster in Jaipur.

Jaipur: Jewellery, carpets and handicraft items.
Varanasi: Banarasi sarees, wooden toys, bangles and carpets.
Agra:Souvenirs made of marble.


New Delhi: Street food in Chandni Chowk market.
Varanasi: Thandai, a milk beverage, fortified with dry fruits.
Agra: Mughalai non-veg dishes.
Jaipur: Rajasthani thali.

Is This Trip For Me:
Travel Style Service Level TPhysical Demands Trip Type Trip Rating
Classic Standard FIT/Small Group 4.7/5
DelhiJiviteshHiltonShangri LaHotel Imperial
VaranasiHotel IndiaRamada PlazaRadissonNadesar Palace
KhajurahoUsha BundelaClarks KhajurahoTaj ChandelaLalit –Temple View
OrchhaOrchha ResortAmar MahalBundelkhand RiversideBundelkhand Riverside
GwaliorLandmarkTaj Usha Kiran PalaceTaj Usha Kiran PalaceTaj Usha Kiran Palace
Agra Siris 18Mansingh PalaceITC MughalOberoi Amar Vilas
JaipurParadiseShahpura HouseITC RajputanaOberoi Raj Vilas
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