Unusual India: history, art and nature
History, art and nature come together in an exciting and unusual journey that can offer strong emotions and unforgettable memories. A leap into the unusual past of India, full of palaces' remains and expertly decorated temples. Meet the greenest and wildest India, between lush nature and unique and rare animal species such as the white tiger and deer of the marshes.
Arrival in Delhi and meeting with your guide before the transfer to the hotel.
During the afternoon visiting of the city: starting from Old Delhi, the historical part, surrounded by walls. Passing through the Red Fort, you can admire the most majestic among the monuments of the Mughal Empire, the Jama Masjid (closed on Friday), which is the largest mosque in India. Built between 1644 and 1658 during the reign of Shah Jahan, it is an impressive piece of architecture of red brick and white marble that extends for 40 meters in height and boasts four towers at the corners and 3 gates.
On the banks of the river Yamuna there is the Rajghat: the place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated, after his assassination in 1948.
Return to the hotel and overnight.