If you have time for one day trip from Jaipur, the Taj Mahal in Agra is a must. This UNESCO-listed 17th-century tomb is an architectural wonder, and draws thousands of visitors. This private trip lets you see it in a day, with a personal guide to tell its story. Admire the white marble edifice close-up, and tour Agra Fort, another Mughal masterpiece. Lunch, guided tours, and private round-trip transport from Jaipur. One of the world’s most beautiful monuments Tour the 17th-century white marble mausoleum, built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Learn the poignant love story behind the tomb and how it was constructed Explore Ag Fort, the massive Mughal fort-palace overlooking the Taj. Buffet lunch move on for the visit of It- Mad -ud Daulah mostly called Baby Taj across the river beautiful building to admire later on time in Agra to explore the city included Private round-trip at evening depart for Jaipur hotel or airport for drop-off.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: The Vision Holidays, Agra, Agra District, Uttar Pradesh06:00 AM Pickup from JaipurOur driver will pick up you from your place and he will straight drive to Agra. 10:00 AM Visit at Taj MahalTaj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the love of her wife mumtaz mahal. A beautiful building to visit explore for 02 hours long with tour guide and deep history of the monument.12:30 PM Buffet Lunch at Local RestaurantHave a lunch in Agra's famous local restaurant and taste some amazing delicacies food. 01:30 PM Agra FortAgra Fort will be the next milestone. This gargantuan fort is built by Emperor Akbar, this is made up of red sandstones at one of either side of River Yamuna. 02:30 PM Itmad Ud-DaulahBaby Taj is the tomb of Etmad-Ud-Daula (father-in-law of Jahangir), commissioned by Nur Jahan (wife of Jahangir). 03:30 PM Visit Mehtab Bagh - Back view of Taj MahalMehtab Bagh Exploring the back side of a Taj Mahal. Here you will see the magnificent reflection of Taj Mahal over the river 05:00 PM Back to JaipurDuration: 8 hours