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Same Day Boat Ride View Taj By Car
Same Day Boat Ride View Taj By Car

Same Day Boat Ride View Taj By Car

Duration : Every day except Friday

Tour Overview :

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The Same Day Boat Ride View of Taj by Car is the best way to explore this historical monument, which is popular all over the world. You will be picked up by our representative who will help you drive down to Agra, which takes nearly 3 hours to cover this distance. On reaching Agra, our guide will take you to see the most beautiful love monument that was built by Shah Jahan for his beloved wife, Mumtaz in the 17th century.

From here you will be taken for a boat ride which will give you a spectacular view of this monument of love. After a small lunch break you can visit the Mughal town where you can see the working of inlay work on flooring, table tops. After this you can visit Agra Fort which is in close vicinity and is an outstanding creation of Akbar, the Mughal Emperor. In the evening you can return back to Delhi and proceed to your onward destination.

Itinerary of Same Day Boat Ride View Taj By Car

1

06:00 AM Drive to Agra

Pick up from your Hotel in Gurgaon / New Delhi, Morning drive to Agra. Journey time 3 Hours, via New Express Highway inclusive all tolls taxes.

2

09:30 AM Taj Mahal

Boating with Taj View Tour
The Taj Mahal at Agra

Meeting the guide on arrival in Agra city ; Proceed to Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal which was built in the 17th century by Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz.

(Taj Mahal remain closed for all visitors on Friday)

3

11:30 AM Boat Ride

Boat Ride View of Taj Mahal 

4

12:30 PM Lunch Break

After Sightseeing Taj Mahal & Boat View of Taj you will be having lunch Break in AC Restaurant.

5

01:30 PM Marbel Inlay Work

this art work done on marble is mainly carried out in Agra in Uttar Pradesh in India where the former is noted for its inlay work on table tops, flooring, and wall decorative and the latter is known for its Parchin Kari work. The Parchin Kari art involves very minute and precise inlay work and is quite expensive and very graceful with intricate labor. Among the various stone arts that flourished in the country the most famous one was the inlay or the crafting work done with marble stones. This craft flourished and reached its peak during the era of the Mughals in Medieval India and especially after the construction of Taj Mahal. It is believed that initially during the early 17th century in Italy minute inlay work was done on different forms of precious stones and this was referred as Pietradura where Pietra stands for stone and dura stands for anything hard. The Italians were outstanding in this classic art and in fact held an exclusive possession over this art.

6

02:30 PM Excursion to Agra Fort

Agra Tour with Boating Experience
Agra Fort is a historical fort in the city of Agra in India.

After visiting Taj Mahal, proceed to Agra Fort. It was built in 1565 A.D. by Great Mughal Emperor Akbar.

Just after the Mughal Town; Excursion to the nearby Agra Fort, built in 1565 A.D another majestic creation by the Mughal Emperor Akbar

7

03:00 PM Proceed back to Delhi

After exploring fill day, proceed back to Delhi along with the sweet memories of the Taj Mahal Tour.

8

07:00 PM Back to Hotel

Arrive your Hotel by 07:00 pm or Airport for onward journey.

Tour Cost Inclusions :
  • Pick up in AC car from Hotel in the morning/Departure to Hotel in Night.
  • All Monuments Entrance Tickets fee for Foreign/NRI Visitors that includes Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Mehtab Bagh (Sunset Point).
  • All Transfers and Sightseeing throughout the tour by an individual Air Conditioned vehicle with English Speaking Driver.
  • Lunch in a multi-cuisine restaurant.
  • Services of qualified English Speaking Guide for Local Sightseeing tour.
  • Boat Ride View taj Ticket.
Tour Cost Exclusion :
  • Any kind of Personal Expenses such as Monument Tips, Laundry, Telephone Bills and Alcoholic beverages.
  • Camera Fees (Still or Movie).
  • Unspecified Meals etc. & Tipping.