India is a tourist heaven, well ask the late Steve Jobs from Apple who visited India to find peace.
Well I am not here to share the meaning of peace but just want to say that you should visit India once in a life time as this country is unique. Unique in culture, unique in religion, unique in cuisine and in many thing.
Many holiday seekers visit India either to visit Taj Mahal, one of the 7 wonders of the world or to learn you and you know that there is a common thong in both? That is that they are in northern parts of India.
So today I just want to share a small tour itinerary of North India which is in circle shape and thus we gave it a name, a circle trip of North India. Have a look.
North India Itinerary: The Circle Trip
2 Days of Delhi Exploration
What better way to explore a place than its capital city. New Delhi has a lot in store for travelers seeking gastronomic adventure and understands local way of life through ancient buildings as well as the markets. Dilli Haat and Chandni Chowk are two markets that offer the finest Indian artisanal art pieces, goods, and food from Mughal Empire to Northern delis.
Since most of the people in India are Hindus, it is also nice to get to know their temples and how they worship; the Akshardham Temple and Hanuman Mandir at Connaught Place are two good places to start the excursion.
For a great two days, it is best to stay at a luxury hotel like the Leela Palace New Delhi where accommodation is at its finest with good quality service and friendly staff plus great amenities on offer. Plus also check out Hotel Pitrashish Premium as they are quite popular and is a nice budget hotel option for travelers.
Explore Agra along with 2 more destinations (Mathura and Vrindavan, Fatehpur Sikri)
After learning a few things about Delhi, it is now good to go on a place where people know about India- the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is a heritage site and a very picturesque tomb visited by many and is called one of the world’s great wonders. If you are in Agra, stay at the Courtyard by Marriott Agra for cozy rest after long walks. Fatehpur Sikri is a UNESCO world heritage site because of its fine architecture of Indian designs also located in Agra.
Mathura and Vrindavan is part of Brajabhumi in the south part of Delhi. Usually, the best places to discover here are the beautiful temples seen everywhere. The Radha Ashok is the highly recommended place here for a comfortable sleep during the night and unique ambiance plus food.
Pink City Jaipur with Samode & Jamwa Ramgarh
Known to many as the Pink City because of the sands used to built magnificent temples and other infrastructures, Jaipur is a sight to behold for tourists as there are a lot of scenic spots such as the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and Amer Fort all teeming with the plush pink.
The Oberoi Rajvilas is definitely the best hotel to stay at in order to experience being noble and royal with great service and awesome amenities treated to the guests.
Take some left turn at Jamwa Ramgarh and be thrilled with Jamwa Ramargh Wildlife Sanctuary and Hamwa Mata Temple located at the Ramgarh Lake. Do jeep safari in Samode or watch cultural shows during the night at a palace. Sultan Mahal can also be visited for some history learning.
A trip to Bharatpur before returning back to Delhi
Before taking a trip back to the city of Delhi, one can also enjoy a few more historic sites at Bharatpur like the Bharatpur Government Museum, Deeg Palace, and the Lohagargh Fort. Another fascinating place to visit at Bharatpur which is different from the rest of the trip is the Keoladeo National Park, especially for bird and nature lovers, as there are a number of bird species found in India and some migratory birds too. There are also some animals inside the park great to take pictures in close proximity.
The Bagh Resort Bharatpur is the hotel of choice for some visitors who wanted to experience luxurious living found only in Bharatpur. With excellent service and hospitable staff, the hotel will surely leave a lasting impression for all of its guests.
And would love to end this post with a popular quote by Sir Richard Burton on travel:
The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.