Agra Tour Package

Agra Tour Package

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Welcome To Agra
From idyllic, unspoilt beaches with turquoise seas and pure, white sands to bustling cities sporting exotic markets and a vibrant, colourful nightlife, it is easy to see why Thailand has become one of the most popular tourist destinations for the adventurous and young at heart.
The size and geographical diversity of Thailand provides for a variety of activities. Snorkelling, diving and a host of watersports are very popular around the Islands, while inland enthusiasts can trek into the mountains or cycle across the flat river areas of the northeast.
There is so much to see and do in Thailand that few visitors can resist returning. With an expansive coast line and gorgeous tropical islands, Thailand is justly famed for its wonderful beaches and laid-back lifestyle. Inland there are the iconic sights of lush jungles, rolling hills and rice paddies. As a country of Buddhists, there is also an abundance of golden temples and beautiful, spiritually-inspired architecture. One word of caution though: to avoid the common fate of temple fatigue, don't try to see too much. Rather concentrate on a few key attractions and spend some quality time in each of them.
Day 01 - Delhi
Arrive New Delhi. Assistance on arrival by our local representative and later transfer to the hotel. Later day free for city sightseeing visiting the Qutub Minar (Tower of Victory), India Gate (War memorial), Lakshminarayan Temple (a modern Hindu temple) drive past the President's House, Parliament House and Secretariat Buildings. Also visit Raj Ghat and Shantivana the cremation sites of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal, the Jama Masjid and drive past Red Fort and Chandni Chowk. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 02
New Delhi to Agra (225 Kms 4 to 5 Hrs Drive) Proceed to Agra. On Arrival transfer to the hotel. Later day free at leisure
Day 03 - Agra
Morning visit the Taj Mahal (closed on Fridays) built in 1630 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal to enshrine her mortal remains. The monument has been described as the most extravagant ever built for love, for the emperor was heart-broken when Mumtaz, to whom he been married for 17 years, and who died in 1629 in childbirth soon after delivering her 14th child. Later visit Agra Fort-really a city within a city which embraces the Moti Masjid, the Diwan-i-Am or the Hall of Public Audiences, the Diwan-i-khas or the Hall of Private Audiences, the Octagonal Tower, Jehangir Palace and many more monuments
There is plenty of information about Agra available online, which can be very useful to people planning a trip to the area.  A good place to begin doing some research is on this Agra Tourism Website.  Here, one will find some useful information about issues concerning how to get there, what to see and do, where to eat, where to shop, and more. Agra’s biggest tourist attraction is the Taj Mahal .  This website is full of information about this World Heritage Site.
The India Currency Converter is a useful site for converting many national currencies to the Indian Rupee. The Embassy of India website has a great section that provides general information about the country.  Many facts can be found here including population statistics, languages spoken, religions practiced, and currency used.Unsure about custom regulations, arrival/departure issues, or general etiquette within India?  
Tips For Tourists is a great site that deals with these as well as many other issues. A good way to get to know an unfamiliar area better is by studying its geography.  Get started by looking at a Map of India, a Map of the Uttar Pradesh, and a Map of the Agra District. There are no foreign embassies located in Agra, but many countries have locations somewhere within India (many being in New Delhi). For a complete list of foreign embassies within India, including location and contact information, check out this Embassy List .
A British tourist jumped from her hotel room in Agra today, allegedly to avoid being molested by the owner of the hotel early this morning.The 30-year-old jumped from the balcony on the first floor of the Agra Mahal Hotel and was taken to a hospital with leg injuries. She has been moved to another hotel now; tomorrow she will be brought to Delhi.
The hotel owner, Sachin Chauhan, has been arrested, and the ministry of Tourism has cancelled the hotel's license. (Read: Tourism Minister Chiranjeevi seeks safety of tourists) Police have also sealed the hotel. "Earlier we had pressed charges of assault, now we have also added the charge of attempt to rape... the hotel is being sealed," said Ashutosh Pandey, Inspector General Agra Range.The UK Embassy is in touch with the victim and has offered her counsular access and assistance.
Agra SSP Subhash Chand Dubey said that the woman had earlier rejected the hotel owner's overtures offering a massage. He allegedly then returned to her room at 4 am under the pretext of the morning wake up call, then returned around 4:40am and refused to leave. He kept knocking at her door and according to the British tourist he was accompanied by a security guard. When he refused to leave, she felt she was left with no option but to escape from the balcony.
"Women should use caution when travelling in India. Reported cases of sexual assault against women and young girls are increasing; recent sexual attacks against female visitors in tourist areas and cities show that foreign women are also at risk. A Swiss national suffered a serious sexual attack in Madhya Pradesh on 16 March. Women travellers should exercise caution when travelling in India even if they are travelling in a group," the advisory said.
The splendour of AGRA – capital of all India under the Mughals – remains undiminished, from the massive fort to the magnificent Taj Mahal. Along with Delhi and Jaipur, Agra is the third apex of the "Golden Triangle", India's most popular tourist itinerary. It fully merits that status; the Taj effortlessly transcends all the frippery and commercialism that surrounds it, and continues to have a fresh and immediate impact on all who see it. That said, Agra city itself is huge and disorienting.


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