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Your tour will begin with a pick up from your hotel/residence in Lucknow city limits at your specified time slot.
You will be visiting the following places during the course of 8 hours:
1. British Residency
2. Asafi Imambara (Bada Imambada)
3. Hussainabad Imambara (Chotta Imambada)
4. Rumi Gate
5. Art Gallery
6. Visit Chowk (Old City Area) for Chikan Clothes or Snacks
7. Kebab shops at Tulsi Theatre
8. Ambedkar Park
After the completion of your tour, you will be dropped back at your hotel/residence in Lucknow city limits.
The city of Lucknow is known as the center for Urdu poetry and courtly diction and this full-day private city tour highlights the best of this Uttar Pradesh capital. ee the River Gomti, La Martiniere College, Residency, Asafi Imambara, Hussainabad Imambara, Rumi Gate, Picture Gallery, Saadat Ali Khan Tomb and Dilkusha Palace. Follow your friendly and professional guide to the city's top attractions and learn about the history, culture and traditions of this incredible destination.
During the mid 18th century, with the Mughals at Delhi in decline, Lucknow gained prominence as the brightest star on the Indian cultural firmament – its rise fueled by the immense wealth of the Avadh and the matching extravagance of its Nawabs!
This walk takes you through some of Old Lucknow’s most stupendous buildings, reveling in the stories of their makers. A short Tonga ride (horse-drawn carriage) will take you into the heart of this epicenter of culture. We explore across its bustling medieval markets, tasting sumptuous delicacies of its refined cuisine and interact with the carriers of the city’s suave mannerisms, whose friendly vibes will make you fall in love with this romantic city.
1- JAMA MASJID
2- CHOTA IMAMBARA
3- ROOMI DARWAZA
4- BARA IMAMBARA
5- CHATTAR MANZIL
6- BEGUM HAZRAT MAHAL PARK -
7- MOTI MAHAL
8-Ambedkar Park - Ambedkar Park - Also called Elephant park, is spread across an area of 107 acres of land. The entire monument is built in red sandstone which was brought from Rajasthan.
9- Hazratganj or Aminabad
10- Lucknow Special Snacks for you
100% guaranteed Pickup from city center hotel. We have 0 miss since 2012
Navigers rep will come and pick you from hotel and take you for sightseeing
After all the sightseeing, Navigers rep will drop you at city center (Do not worry, if you want drop back at hotel pls inform us we will arrange it for you)
An 8 hour tour of all major attractions of Lucknow. You will be picked from your hotel in an AC car and will be taken to all major attractions of Lucknow. At the end of the tour you will be dropped back to your Hotel. The attractions covered include Bara Imambara, Chota Imambara, Rumi Darwaja, Husianabad Clock Tower, The Residency and many other attractions. In between you can have lunch at famous kabab shops of Lucknow.
Appreciating all of Lucknow’s historic and cultural highlights can be difficult on a self-led tour. Discover attractions including the Asfi Mosque, Tombs of Sa'adat Ali Khan and the Begum, and Chota Imambara on a day tour, benefiting from the small-group size for a more intimate experience. Gain insight into the city as you explore its streets with your local guide, and save time with round-trip transfer from your hotel.
Spend half the day touring the capital of Uttar Pradesh, a city known as Lucknow. Follow your professional guide to some of its most-popular attractions, like Residency, Asafi Imambara, La Martiniere College and Hussainabad Imambara. You'll learn about history, culture, religion and local traditions as you explore Lucknow by foot and by vehicle.
Receive personalized service and avoid haggling with taxi drivers or navigating the public transit on this private, full-day sightseeing tour of Lucknow. The city is full of historical monuments, and you’ll get the chance to visit many of them. You can linger at the places that interest you most, as this is your private day tour. Learn about the city’s long and fascinating history from your knowledgeable driver.
A tour to the holy place of "Kushinagar" which is the place where Lord Buddha passed away at this place near the Hiranyavati River. Many of its stupas and viharas date back to 230 BC-AD 413. 543 BC. The excavations has revealed some antique artifacts and structures related to all sects of Buddhism. Kushinagar also expresses the common thread of all sects of Buddhism through its magnificent Viharas, Chaityas, temples and Tibetan monasteries.
Dudhwa National Park has more than 38 species of mammals, 90 species of fish, 400 species of birds and 16 species of reptiles. The major attractions of this park are the tigers and swamp deer. You’ll find rhinos with one horn in the park. The other animals to be seen here include 40 odd species of elephants, sloth bear, jackal, wild pig, fishery cat, leopard, jungle cat, and civet. You’ll find 350 species of birds, including the swamp francolin, great slaty woodpecker, and Bengal florican.
There is also a series of migratory birds living here which includes painted storks, black and white-necked storks, sarus cranes, woodpeckers, barbets, kingfishers, minivets, bee-eaters, bulbuls and varied night birds of prey. Dudhwa Reserve represents some of the finest natural forests and grasslands left in the Terai district of Uttar Pradesh.
Along with the holy buddha birth place, Visit over 25 international Buddhist monasteries, study Buddhism, meditation and visit Buddha's birthplace itself within the sacred Mayadevi Gardens!. Inscriptions on the Ashoka Pillar also refers the spot as his birthplace. It is said that here the newly born Prince took his first seven steps and gave a peace message to humanity. Also visit Kushinagar where Buddha attained "Mahaparinirvana" and Died peacefully
"Dudhwa" National Park is great paradise near "Nepal" border for the endangered 01 horned Rhinoceros of Asia & the Majestic Tiger. An unexplored heaven with less unruly tourists/crowds, allows you to experience this heaven at a leisurely pace. The area is a vast alluvial floodplain traversed by numerous rivers and streams flowing in south-easterly direction.
Lucknow has long been celebrated for its Awadhi-style cuisine, particularly its kebabs and other meat-based dishes. With this immersive cultural experience, you'll get to learn how to make Awadhi favorites, including kebabs in the home of local culinary enthusiast, Simi. After your class, you’ll enjoy the fruits of your labor by sitting down to a four-course homemade meal.
Lucknow, the capital of state Uttar Pradesh is a multicultural city. This city is of great historical and cultural importance. Along with great monuments, this city is popular for the people's T ehzeeb and Mehmaan Nawazi (meaning: manners and hospitality), intricate embroidery, beautiful gardens and dance forms such as Kathak.
Explore the architectural marvel built in the past reflecting exceptional design and architecture in the monuments, forts, the Jama Mazjid mosque and other popular structures of Lucknow.
Not only that Lucknow is architecturally awesome but also well planned, quite like the way a capital should be. Known as the ‘City of Nawabs’, most of the heritage monuments of the early 18th and late 19th centuries happen to be in a systematic layout as if each Nawab knew what was about to come up next. On this Heritage Walk, discover some of the buildings from the times of the Nawabs.
• Teele Wali Mosque on the banks of the River Gomti
• Heritage monuments from the times of the Nawabs
• Husainabad Complex and its Periphery
Lucknow or the City of the Nawabs as it is also known has several buildings that reflect the architectural style of the former Kingdom of Awadh. On this exclusively designed Heritage Walk discover the charms of a bygone era as you walk through narrow and crowded lanes that are lined with colorful bazaars and old buildings. After the walk enjoy a curated dinner at Kotwara House, the oldest estate of the Royal Kingdom of Awadh that can trace its history back to 1009.
• Old buildings
• Colorful bazaars
• Traditional shops
• Dinner at Kotwara House
Lucknow or the City of the Nawabs as it is also known has several buildings that reflect the architectural style of the former Kingdom of Awadh. On this Heritage Walk, discover the charms of a bygone era as you walk through narrow and crowded lanes that are lined with colorful bazaars and old buildings.
• Old buildings
• Colorful bazaars
• Traditional shops
The center story in this excursion is one of the largest shopping malls in India. Its history goes back to the early 19th century and the Victorian era, when India was the crown jewel in the British colonial empire. You will take a guided walk and learn about the unique history of Hazratgunge (Hazratganj) market.
• Hazratganj Market History
• Tea session
• Glitzy Shops
This is a private two hour walking tour of the Kaiserbagh Palace complex. This historic Palace is considered one of India’s beautiful royal buildings. It was planned and built by the Rajput ruler, Wajid-Ali-Shah in the mid 1800s. Your tour will also take you to the Kotwara House, now the home of famous Indian filmmaker, Muzaffar Ali.
• Kaiserbagh Palace Complex
• Tea at Kotwara House.
• Film clip from Muzaffar Ali’s film, “Umrao Jaan”
Lucknow - Lucknow Full-Day Sightseeing Tour Discover the city of Lucknow on this 6-8 hour sightseeing tour. See the most visited monuments including La Martiniere College, Residency, Asafi Imambara, Hussainabad Imambara, Rumi Gate, and Top Places in Lucknow While Discussing with Tour Guide.
Pickup and drop any Location in Lucknow . Car and Driver and Tour Guide for your Full day City Sightseeing . This is a Private Trip
Wajid Ali Shah, the last ruler of the kingdom of Awadh in and around present-day Lucknow, was celebrated for creating the Kaiserbagh Palace, a beautiful complex that was brought to ruin after the British captured Lucknow in the mid 19th century. This guided walking tour takes visitors through the complex, reconstructing Kaiserbagh through photographs, maps, and historic interpretation.
Discover the subtle understated elegance of intricate white thread embroidery on delicate white muslin- Chikankari an exquisite craft that has been applauded and desired for centuries. And the age-old tradition of ‘Naqqashi’, the art of decorating metals with intricate designs, uniquely engraved utensils.
Come indulge in a rich, diverse cultural journey, complete with historical context, wrapped with local interactions and cuisine with Breakaway –A journey filled with new friendships, fonder appreciation and understanding on Indian textiles and crafts and memories worth a thousand counts.
The area of Panna Tiger Reserve has basically a dry and hot climate which brings a combination of dry teak forest and Vindhya mountain soils. The specific flora found in Panna Reserve is Tectona Grandis, Buchnania latifolia, Anogeissus pendula, Madhuca indica etc.
The park boasts of an outstanding variety of wildlife creatures in India especially mammals including royal tigers, leopard, wild dogs, wolf, hyena and small cats. One can also see largest Indian deers i.e sambar, nilgai, chital, chousingha and chinkara in the vicinity.As far as bird species is concerned, there are about 200 avifauna found in the area. Main species consist of bareheaded goose, blossom headed parakeet, white necked stork, honey buzzard, king vulture, paradise flycatcher, slaty headed and scimitar babbler.Panna Tiger reserve also boasts of many reptiles like snakes and pythons in the surroundings.
This tour include visit to British Residency, Bara Imambara, Chattar Manzil, Jama Masjid and Rumi Darwaza, . Pick up and drop off from your hotel, entrances to monuments mentioned in the itinerary and English speaking guide service is well included.