Short Details of Tour
Discover the Beauty of Agra on a Taj Mahal Tour with Chambal Safari
The Chambal Valley, which has a long history dating back millennia, is home to a proud, tenacious population known for its legendary exploits as well as breathtaking scenery, fantastic fauna, imposing fortifications, crumbling ruins, peaceful temples, and vibrant fairs. For those who are interested in India's wildlife and outstanding architecture, this trip is excellent. The two enduring examples of Mughal architecture, the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, are visited on the Chambal Safari. You may see various of the Chambal River's vegetation and animals throughout the Chambal Safari tour.The Chambal Safari is an initiative to familiarize tourists with a place that has kept its distinctive topography, rustic charm, and unusual fauna.
The Chambal Valley, a magical place remote from the turmoil and chaos of contemporary cities, is just one hour's drive from the Taj Mahal and is located 70 kilometers southeast of Agra.
A 35-acre historic plantation with family-owned farms around it, the Mela Kothi — Chambal Safari Lodge is a refuge of traditional charm and friendliness. This farm has been painstakingly rebuilt after years of neglect and serves as the family's home base for their yearly Cattle Fair (started in 1910). It is a warm and welcoming location.
Delhi to Agra on Day 1:
The journey begins in Delhi, Gurgaon, or the NCR. A comfy private A/C car will be used to pick you up by the tour guide. You may quickly explore a few tourist attractions in Delhi, including the Red Fort, Qutab Minar, and Humayun's Tomb, before continuing to Agra. Agra and Delhi are linked via the Yamuna Expressway. You'll go to Agra in around 3 hours. You will check into a hotel near the Taj Mahal after you arrive in Agra. You'll head to the nearest café for some great refreshments after taking a quick break. You will next proceed to the magnificent Agra Fort, which is made of red sandstone and provides a birds-eye perspective of Agra. Located inside this fort is a museum. Artifacts from the Mughal era may be found at this museum. The Mughals lived at Agra Fort until they moved their capital to Delhi. You will next travel to Mehtab Bagh to see the Taj Mahal at sunset. One of the most popular tourist destinations on earth is the Taj Mahal. Shahjahan created this stunning work of art out of pure white marble in honor of his cherished wife. Following the Taj's sunset view, you will return to your accommodation. Agra hotel is where you'll spend the night. You may experience Indian culture and get henna applied to your hands while having dinner if you sign up for an Indian Home Visit. One new initiative to understand the range of flavors and unique characteristics of Indian dishes is cooking demonstrations. This entertaining activity has a culinary demonstration by not only our talented Indian woman chef, but also a warm supper with an Indian family where you will get the chance to converse and gain a new perspective on Indian culture, values, and customs.
Day 2: From Agra to Chambal
With a government-approved tour guide, you will first visit the Taj Mahal at sunrise. The early morning sun's sparkling beams make Taj appear magnificent. You will then be driven to Chambal in a luxury air-conditioned car. Chambal Safari Lodge is in charge of organizing your stay. Chambal is a well-known location for wildlife and bird viewing. You can go there in a little over an hour because it is so near to Agra. You will start by going to the well-known Bhateshwar Temple. On the Yamuna River's banks sits an ancient Shiva shrine. People go from all over the world to attend the yearly cattle fair that is held here. In terms of size, this fair surpasses the Pushkar Fair. Visit the Chambal River and take a boat or steamer excursion. Crocodiles, alligators, and other creatures may be seen here. For those who love the outdoors, this is the perfect trip. If you have the time, you may even choose to go horseback riding. In the Chambal Safari Lodge for the night.
Day 3: Leave Chambal Safari Lodge and go to Delhi
You'll continue your exploration of Chambal Valley's animals in the morning. One of the most peaceful and quiet encounters where you may sense a bond with Mother Earth is this one. Following your preferences, go on a nature walk or a vehicle safari. When you're finished, a private A/C car will take you back to Delhi. The Exotic Taj Mahal Tour with Chambal Safari is coming to an end now.