Indian Cusine

10 Day Culinary

Private Tour with Personal Guide and Chauffeur Driven Vehicle

10 DAYS - Activity Level : Easy
  • Delhi - 3 Days
  • Agra - 1 Day
  • Ranthambore - 2 Days
  • Jaipur - 2 Days
  • Udaipur - 2 Days


  • Red Fort - UNESCO
  • Qutab Minar - UNESCO
  • Humayun's Tomb - UNESCO
  • Jama Masjid
  • National Museum
  • India Gate
  • Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
  • Rickshaw Ride in Old Delhi's Crowded Bazaar
  • Guided walk through Ancient spice bazaar
  • Taj Mahal (Both sunrise and sunset visits) - UNESCO
  • Agra Fort - UNESCO
  • Chand Baori Stepwell
  • Rajasthani Village Walk
  • Wildlife Safaris
  • Ranthambore Fort
  • Amber Fort and Palace - UNESCO
  • Jantar Mantar - UNESCO
  • City Palace
  • Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds)
  • Monkey Temple
  • Elephant Ride to Amer Fort
  • Camelback (or Camel cart) safari at Samode
  • Rajasthani Lunch at Samode Palace
  • City Palace
  • Crystal Gallery
  • Monsoon Palace Excursion
  • Boat Cruise on Lake Pichola
  • Three Wheeler (Tuk Tuk) ride through the streets of Udaipur
Detailed Itinerary

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Day 1: Arrive at Delhi (most flights arrive either in the evening or at night). You are greeted at the airport by our travel facilitator or Tour Director, and then ushered to a chauffeur driven vehicle. You are then driven to your hotel where you are assisted with your check in. The next day’s plans are briefly reviewed and the travel facilitator or Tour Director hands over travel documents such as your air tickets and hotel vouchers to you.

Day 2: Delhi. Enjoy a guided city tour of Old Delhi. Drive, walk and ride through the ancient city’s streets and alleys; explore crowded and colorful bazaars. This excursion includes an exploration of the Jama Masjid (1650 AD), the largest mosque in India. The Masjid (Mosque) is a magnificent example of Mughal architecture and is constructed of red sandstone and white marble. It is an active place of worship and its courtyard can hold 25,000 worshippers. You continue on to the amazing Red Fort that Qutab Minar was finished a decade before the mosque. Both structures were built by Shah Jahan, the emperor that created the Taj Mahal. The great city inside the massive sandstone walls of the Red Fort offers visitors a large number of architectural and historical attractions; it was once known as the 8th wonder of the world. The Red Fort was the seat of the Mughal Empire for more than two hundred and fifty years and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an amazing example of a blend of Persian, Indian, and European architecture. You will also experience a fascinating rickshaw ride in the ancient alleys of the crowded and colorful bazaar at Chandni Chowk. After these experiences a short drive will deliver you to an oasis of calm and serenity, which also happens to be your last destination in Old Delhi. The cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi (Raj Ghat) is a simple yet stirring memorial to the father of the nation. Lush lawns extend beyond the enclosure that surrounds the black marble platform occupying the spot where the Mahatma was cremated. An eternal flame burns next to the platform.
Lunch: Begin your culinary crusade at the Mughal Durbar Restaurant in Chandni Chowk. The mouthwatering buttered naans (leavened Indian bread) are freshly baked and flavored with aniseed. They will melt in your mouth and are a perfect accompaniment to the large variety of curries available here.
An essential is the popular tandoori specialty – Tandoori Chicken. It is marinated and then cooked to perfection in a clay oven. Round off a highly satisfying repast with the ever-popular Seviyan (vermicelli cooked with milk and sugar) for desert.
After your lunch at Chandni Chowk, you will be driven to visit the magnificent tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun. Delhi has such an abundance of amazing monuments that this Tomb Complex (1562 A.D.) does not quite get the acclaim that it deserves. It is Delhi’s third UNESCO World Heritage Site and its amazing architecture and the elaborate gardens (all currently undergoing restoration) will captivate you.
From the tomb you will drive through Delhi’s British era monuments, which will include photo opportunities at some of the following attractions - the exterior of the massive and awe-inspiring Rashtrapati Bhawan (known as Viceroy’s House during the British era), Delhi’s landmark structure India Gate, and (after a drive through Connaught Place, which is New Delhi’s downtown), a gold domed Sikh Temple (Bangla Sahib Gurudwara).
From the Gurudwara you will drive to another one of Delhi’s UNESCO sights, the awe-inspiring Qutab Minar (1193 A.D.). This 239 ft tall medieval tower is a symbol of victory and a beautiful example of Persian architecture from that period. There is a winding stairway inside the tower that goes up all the way to the balcony at the very top of the tower – unfortunately they are no longer accessible for visitors. The Qutab Minar and its Monuments are also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Within the Qutab complex, amidst the ruins of the Quwat-ul-Islam Mosque, stands one of the legendary Ashoka Pillars. This large iron pillar has withstood the ravages of Delhi’s weather (and recent pollution) and has not rusted in over 1500 years.

Day 3: Delhi - Agra. Check out of your hotel and join your chauffeur for the drive to Agra. Begin your exploration of Agra with a visit to the tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah and admire the exquisite  marble tomb made by Empress Nur Jahan for her father. Ornamented with marble lattice screens and intricateTaj Mahal ‘Pietra Dura’ - marble inlay work - it is eloquent testimony of a daughter’s love.
Predictably enough, you would have worked up an enormous appetite by now! Indulge yourself at the Taj Khema restaurant - a stone’s throw from the Taj Mahal. As you relish the delicious Kormas, rich mutton or chicken curries (flavored with saffron and nuts), you may find yourself imagining that you have traveled back in time and are sharing one of the Emperors royal feasts! Help yourself liberally from a platter of ‘pullao’ or aromatic rice, garnished with tender green peas or cumin seeds or onions or….the choices are endless.An absolute must of every Avadhi meal is its impressive variety of ‘kebabs’ or bite sized mutton and chicken preparations made from finely minced meat to which ground spices are added before cooking, or chicken pieces variously marinated and then cooked to a tender succulence. Replete with ‘royal’ cuisine, it would only be fitting to venture forth once more to explore some more marvels of Mughal architecture.
After lunch you are driven to your hotel and assisted with your check-in
Afternoon: Enjoy a detailed tour of the original red sandstone fort of North India - the Agra Fort - built by Emperor Akbar in 1565 A.D. and elaborately embellished by his successors with beautiful monuments. Visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the incomparable Taj Mahal. The world’s greatest monument dedicated to love is obviously a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Taj Mahal was completed by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1653 AD as a memorial to his beloved queen, Mumtaz Mahal. This spectacular white marble mausoleum was created by about 22,000 skilled craftsmen and it took twenty two years to complete. When you experience the Taj Mahal with an Easy Tours Guide and have them provide unique insights into its innumerable facets, some of their passion for this masterpiece may rub off on you! Explore the amazing Taj and its surroundings until it is time to admire the sun’s rays setting on the façade of the world’s finest monument.

Day 4: Agra - Ranthambore. Checkout from your hotel and then you are driven to Abhaneri. We recommend that you get a packed lunch from your hotel for today’s journey – the dining options along the way are inadequate. You will stop for a very unique monument that is located in a rural area. The massive 10th century Chand Baori stepwell is one of the most impressive in all of India. The depth of the stepwell is that of a modern 7 storey building, and there are stairs leading down to the bottom from three of the 100 foot plus (35 meters) four sides of the opening. Enjoy a self-guided exploration of the stepwell and then join your chauffeur so that you can continue on with your journey to Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambore National Park). The second half of this drive is through rural Rajasthan and there are multiple photo opportunities of the colorful villagers as they go about their daily activities. You will also encounter many camels and other livestock on this drive. You are greeted on arrival at your jungle lodge and assisted with your check-in.
Since 2006, Easy Tours of India has tracked the percentage of tiger sightings for our guests in Ranthambore National Park. More than 85% of our guests have had tiger sightings during this period, with many of them getting multiple sightings.

Day 5: Ranthambore. Covering an area of 410 sq. km, Ranthambore National Park runs along the eastern spur of the Aravali mountain range until Tiger it meets with the Vindhya ranges. Ranthambore used to be the private hunting ground of the rulers of Jaipur. In 1972 it was declared a Sanctuary and was brought under the Project Tiger Conservation platform. Dry deciduous forest covers most of the park, and the vegetation is lush around the many small lakes and ponds. The open grasslands that are the tiger’s favorite terrain account for much of the land on the higher slopes. This varied flora supports a large number of animals including a variety of deer, the sloth bear, the shy caracal, leopards and of course, the tiger.  
Enjoy wildlife safaris in to the park in the morning and evening.
In between safaris, you have the option of a guided visit to the Ranthambore Fort. This excursion does have a fairly steep climb - approximately 700 feet of stairs. The massive Fort is one of the finest examples of the ancient Hindu concept of “Vana-Durg”, or a fort protected by a jungle.  The history of this Fort (originally built in 944 AD) is a chronicle full of tales of blood and valor. Successively occupied by the Muslims, Rajputs and Mughals, the insides of the fort today lie partly in ruins. There are superb views of the park to be had from the ramparts. There is an ancient temple located in the fort and it attracts a continuous stream of pilgrims from the surrounding villages. A little note of caution - a large number of aggressive langur’s (South Asian monkeys) have made the Fort area their home and it is not advisable to have shiny objects and food visible in your hands as you tour the fort, as it will be snatched away.
On this evening you will dine while swapping tales about your experiences on the safari. Savor the succulent chicken and mutton kebabs, the fresh Indian breads, along with other delicious Rajasthani accompaniments.

Day 6: Ranthambore - Jaipur. Enjoy your last safari into Ranthambore in the morning. Return to your hotel after the safari to have breakfast. Freshen up after breakfast and vacate your room by noon - your chauffeur will load your baggage. Enjoy your last lunch at your lodge and then you are driven to Jaipur. Arrive at Jaipur and check-in to your hotel.

Day 7: Jaipur. Start your day with an early Jaipuri Swadbhara Naashta (the literal translation is delicious breakfast). This would consist of a variety  of crisp Kachoris ( wheat preparations stuffed with onions, peas etc & deep fried), and delicious Dahi Vadas – a preparation made with fermented rice andAmber Fort lentils & deep fried, then soaked in yoghurt; savories and refreshing concoctions to drink, complete the repast. Proceed for an excursion to Amber Fort & Palace, located 12 kilometers from the center of the City. Arrive at the complex well before 9 a.m. so as to be able to partake in the elephant back ascent. The Fort was originally built by Raja Mansingh and is one of the finest examples of Rajput architecture. Enjoy the ascent to the palace on the back of a brightly caparisoned elephant. Visit the chambers and hallways of the Palace which are famous for their design and decorations.
Enjoy a delicious Rajasthani lunch upon your return to Jaipur. Tuck into and savor the many unique flavors of a ‘Thali’ – a round platter in which a cross-section of delicious culinary favorites are there for you to sample and enjoy.
Afternoon - enjoy a city tour of the walled city of Jaipur, including the magnificent City Palace. Visit Jantar Mantar (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the magnificent stone observatory built by Raja Jai Singh in 1728. After the observatory comes a photo opportunity of the ‘Hawa Mahal’ (Palace of the Wind). This intriguing facade was built in 1799 so that the ladies of the court could use its unique windows and observe the bustling bazaar, without being visible to the people on the streets. Continue the tour with an exploration of the City Palace, the former royal residence (a part of it is still occupied by the Royal family and is not accessible to the public), built in a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles. This immense complex also houses a number of museums that offer a large and impressive collection of miniature paintings, costumes, and armory.
Evening - you are driven to a cultural show and dinner to an al-fresco venue.

Day 8: Jaipur - Udaipur. Check out of your hotel and proceed on the 6.5 to 7 hour drive to Udaipur.  A packed lunch from your hotel will be provided for this journey. Arrive at Udaipur and check in to your hotel. You are at leisure to enjoy your boutique hotel and its gorgeous gardens for a short while.
Experience dinner at the historic Sunset Terrace restaurant in the City Palace, where an entourage of royal cooks are busy preparing typically Mewari food to titillate your taste buds. The sunset views on the spectacular Lake Palace have to be seen to be believed. Choose from a mouth-watering array of authentic Mewari dishes, maybe settling for the delicious Gutte ka Saag - crusty gram flour dumplings cooked in a spicy onion based gravy twanging with cumin and ginger; savor the thick golden-brown Dal Mewari - special flavored Mewari lentils and Makki Pullao - rice garnished with tasty corn dumplings.  Other options may include Flaky fish wrapped in a green mint and coriander chutney, a tender mutton curry shimmering in tomato gravy & a succulent chicken curry innovatively teamed with sweet corn. End your meal with the famous Malai Ghevar - a spongy wedge made of refined flour and clarified butter, moistened with a splash of condensed milk and covered with the obligatory silver wrap.

Day 9: Udaipur. Proceed for a city tour, including a tour of the fabled City Palace. At this Palace complex, explore the beautifully decorated rooms with thousands of exquisite,  handcrafted mirrors that cover the walls, the ancient ivory doors that are a dark reminder of royalty’s passion for hunting, the brightly City Palacecolored glass windows, expansive inlaid marble balconies and the unique peacock courtyard. Enjoy a private tour of the amazing Crystal Gallery which houses the world’s largest collection of priceless crystal. Marvel at pieces like the complete bedroom furniture set in crystal, discovered recently in a store room in the palace. There are amazing views to be had from this structure, especially of Lake Pichola, the Lake Palace hotel and Jag Mandir.
After your tour of the City Palace you will enjoy lunch at a lakefront restaurant.
Enjoy a guided walk through the charming town of Udaipur after lunch - this is one India’s best cities to explore on foot.
Late afternoon/Early evening: Enjoy a cruise on Lake Pichola and visit the historical and beautiful monuments at Jag Mandir Island (if available - the royal family at Udaipur will occasionally rent out the island for large celebrations and on those occasions the island cannot be visited by tourists).
It’s now time to end your explorations of Rajasthan, albeit with a delicious foray into some more unique Mewari cuisine at a local restaurant. Safed Maans - lamb chunks cooked to a tender succulence in yoghurt and almond-coconut paste - is a sure winner.  When teamed with a rich pullao - rice garnished liberally with nuts and raisins & Dana Methi Kishmish - a delicious fenugreek, raisin and yoghurt preparation, you will find it hard to accommodate any of the delicious dessert options afterwards.

Day 10: Udaipur - Delhi/Mumbai - International Flight. You are assisted with your check-out of your hotel and driven to the airport to board the morning flight to Delhi/Mumbai. Chances are your international flight departs from India in the late evening and you will have most of this day to explore your departure city.
If your international flight departure is around three hours from your scheduled arrival time at the domestic terminal at Delhi/Mumbai, you will ask the airline staff to assist you in locating the shuttle that takes you to the international terminal. If your international flight departure is around four or more hours from your scheduled arrival time at the domestic terminal at Delhi/Mumbai, you are greeted at the Delhi/Mumbai airport by an Easy Tours Facilitator & your personal chauffeur. Your vehicle and chauffeur will stay with you until your assisted check in at the international terminal. This is a good time to do some last minute shopping and/or sightseeing if you are so inclined.
If your flight departs early the next morning you may want us to arrange a room for you so you can rest.
Our services end at Delhi/Mumbai airport.

* Daily breakfast at the hotels
* 8 Lunch’s and 5 Dinner’s
* Personal Elephant ride at the Palace in Jaipur
* Rickshaw Ride through Delhi’s Chandni Chowk
* Applicable monument entrance fees as per the itinerary.
* All other meals as specified
* Hotel check-in is at 2 pm & check-out is at noon for almost all the hotels
* All transfers and sightseeing by personal Crossover
* Complimentary WiFi in all vehicles, except for remote regions
* Availability of an Easy Tours Travel Facilitator at all destinations.
* Services of an Easy Tours Travel Facilitator for all airport arrivals and departures
* Services of the best English or Spanish speaking local guides at all destinations as per the itinerary
* Representative for assistance on all arrival and departure transfers.
* All safari related charges at Ranthambore (including park entry, naturalist, & vehicle fees
* Bottled water during sightseeing/excursions and long drives.
* All currently applicable taxes.

Not included:
* International Travel
* Expenses of a personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls, drinks etc.
* Meals other than those specified above
* Travel insurance, India visa etc.
* Camera fees – still & video

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