Available for reservations! This tour is always available, so you may book it now or later. We also welcome last-minute reservations. This tour is not available on Friday (Closing Taj Mahal on Friday).
Taj Mahal Sunrise Tour will start with a pick-up at 2:00 AM from the Delhi NCR, and we will proceed to Agra in a private and air-conditioned car.
Relax while on the 3-hour driving, and you will arrive in the Agra. You will start this tour by visiting the Taj Mahal. It is the seventh wonder of the world. Your guide will help you to take the snap at the ideal designated areas in The Taj Mahal Tours.
Furthermore, after 2 hours of touring the Taj Mahal, you will escorted to the nearby Agra Fort. It is another UNESCO World Heritage Site. After 45-minute tour of Agra Fort. We will take a break for lunch at an authentic multi-cuisine Indian restaurant.
Our driver will meet you at your accommodation and take you to Agra. Take a 3-hour journey to Agra. Take Time to Be Flexible
03:00 AM is the recommended pick up time.
With your tour guide, see the Taj Mahal, which was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his adored wife Mumtaz Mahal.
Please keep in mind that the Taj Mahal is closed on Fridays.
Proceed to Agra Fort after seeing the Taj Mahal. Mughal Emperor Akbar erected it in 1565.
After the castle, it continues on to lunch and serves you the city’s special flour.
This is the site you want to view; if you’re in a hurry, you may skip it. The story behind the Taj Mahal. At sunset, you can see the Taj Mahal from here on the Yamuna River.
Our helper will bring you back to Delhi after you have explored the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Lunch, and Mehtab Bagh.
When you reach in Delhi, our assistance (driver) will meet you and take you to your hotel or airport on your next trip or flight back to your lovely home.
Excellent experience, driving from venue to venue in Delhi. Depth of knoweldge about landmarks and sites was really useful and helpful. Great driver and lovely person, who drove safely throughout the day. Would recommend! Thanks Dhara