Tour from Delhi to Agra and visit the spectacular Taj Mahal
Journey to India’s famous Taj Mahal, a majestic monument to love. Built by a Mughal emperor as tribute to his late wife, this incredible structure continually astounds visitors with its inspiring architecture and remains one of the world's finest examples of Islamic art. Beginning in Delhi, journey to Agra to see this iconic sight, enjoying plenty of sightseeing along the way. Watch the sun rise over the Taj before taking a trip to the magnificent sandstone Red Fort. Experience the expansive deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri and the tomb of Akbar the Great in Sikandra. Returning to Delhi, sample spicy curries, bargain at the markets and interact with locals to get a feel for the unforgettable culture, colour and character of India.
Enjoy a wander around the ancient sites of Old Delhi, teeming with humanity.
Gaze upon the wonders of the Taj Mahal. Is it the most beautiful structure known to man?
Visit the might of Agra Fort
Explore the magnificent deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri
This trip is not a group tour.
From April 2017, the main dome of the Taj Mahal will undergo mud pack therapy to restore its original colour. It is expected the dome will be covered in iron scaffolding during the process which is expected to last a year.
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1.This trip finishes in Delhi at 3pm. Please do not book any international flights before 8pm.
2. This is a join-in trip, so if other travellers have booked on the same date you will share included activities.
TAJ MAHAL DOME RESTORATIONS
The main dome on the Taj Mahal will undergo mud pack therapy due to begin in April 2017. It is likely the entire dome will be obscured by iron scaffolding. Portions of the white marble façade will be covered in mud and plastic sheets during the cleaning process. The restorations will be carried out in sections and the work on the dome is expected to last one year.