Visite dois dos mais famosos locais de Patrimônio Mundial da UNESCO da Índia - o Taj Mahal e o Forte de Agra - em uma excursão de dia inteiro saindo de Jaipur. Seu guia de historiadores de arte fornece comentários informativos sobre esses locais icônicos e conclui com uma visita ao Fatehpur Sikri - o maior portal do mundo. Este passeio repleto de cultura inclui um guia privado e veículo com ar condicionado, com embarque e desembarque no hotel.
Excursão privada de dia inteiro a Agra e Fatehpur Sikri, de Jaipur
Veja o Taj Majal e Agra Fort com um guia de historiador de arte
Ter tempo para explorar o complexo do palácio em Fatehpur Sikri no caminho de volta para Jaipur
Inclui transporte de ida e volta em veículo particular, guia em Agra e embarque e desembarque no hotel em Jaipur.
Seu dia começa com 6:00 pickup no seu hotel em Jaipur. Relaxe em seu veículo com ar condicionado privado como seu motorista faz a viagem de 4 horas para Agra. Ao chegar, seu guia de historiador de arte irá encontrá-lo e o levará em uma excursão de 2 horas pelo Taj Mahal. Depois de explorar o famoso monumento, explore o Forte Agra (também conhecido como Forte Vermelho) por uma hora.
Seu guia compartilha detalhes fascinantes sobre o patrimônio artístico e histórico de ambos os locais. Depois de uma pausa para o almoço (por conta do visitante), volte para Jaipur de carro, parando no caminho em Fatehpur Sikri - o maior portão do mundo
No final da sua visita, viaje duas horas de volta ao seu hotel em Jaipur para o desembarque por volta das 20h.
Fatehpur Sikri é uma pequena cidade no norte da Índia, a oeste de Agra, fundada por um imperador Mughal do século XVI. Os edifícios de arenito vermelho se aglomeram no centro. O portão de Buland Darwaza é a entrada da mesquita Jama Masjid. Perto está o túmulo de mármore de Salim Chishti. O salão de Diwan-E-Khas tem um pilar central esculpido. O Jodha Bais Palace é uma mistura de estilos hindu e mughal, ao lado do Panch Mahal, de 5 andares, com vista para o local.
Great to visit Taj Mahal the driver from Jaipur was fantastic.The guide was picked up in Agra .not the best guide in the world. Stuffy no interest talked about tips all the time took us out of the Taj Mahal through the slums of India.
Not a good experience for such a great place.
It was a fun activity day trip from jaipur to agra, driver was friendly and careful but the tour guide isnt that accomodating and informative it feels like he just wanted to do his job,get done for the day.
The good points - a great and really friendly driver who took me for the best chai in Jaipur as we started out on the journey. The guide was very knowledgeable and I learnt a lot about the Taj Mahal, Baby Taj and the Agra fort. Bad points - do not expect to see the Fatehpur Sikri, the guide was much more interested in taking me to see the workshops for carpets and inlay marble, which were interesting, but if I had known that this meant I would not see all the sights I had paid for, then I would have told him not to take me there. The guide obviously gets a commission from these shops so ended up feeling really cheated. I chose Viator as I have used them many times in different parts of the world. This is the first time I have not received the tour as advertised. This tour was really expensive in comparison to other tours and I selected it based on the company's reputation. I would not choose it again. I would take a private driver and then find a guide at the sites you want to see - you are much more in control then and it will cost you about half the price. Very disappointed Viator!
This was an excellent way to see the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort in comfort. I was picked up at my hotel at 6am and the journey was smooth, with an excellent driver, Hari, and comfort stop. In Agra we picked up the tour guide, PK, who was also excellent, knowledgeable and a great photographer too! The restaurant i was taken to for lunch was very good. I was back in Jaipur by about 7pm. Tired but happy. I would highly recommend this tour and especially Hari Singh from Jaipur and PK, the tour guide from Agra.
I would give this excursion a 1 and that's a stretch! I'm actually surprised by the 5 reviews, now I've been through this myself, but maybe we were unlucky.
Let's start with the positive - the driver turned up on time and was efficient.
For everything else. This tour was hugely overpriced, you could organize this yourself in India for less than a quarter of the price and I would highly recommend doing this. It will probably be more enjoyable as well.
On the sights themselves.The Taj was obviously fantastic, but you don't need a guide. Although ours was entertaining and took some great photos you can read about the history in advance and there isn't much to point out, except the Taj itself and we were reminded by our tour guide within 5 minutes of meeting him, that he would be wanting a tip. Not exactly a great first impression! At the end of the tour of the Taj, he tried to put us off seeing anything else in Agra, I'm assuming so he could sneak off early and again pressured for a tip, claiming he hadn't been paid by Viator for 6 months, repeating myself, this isn't exactly what you want to hear, when you've paid out some serious money for this tour. Don't get me wrong, although I've been negative so far, we were always intending to give this guy a tip, but just be prepared for this for this kind of chat.
Despite our tour guides less than enthusiastic nature, we were eager to see the Fatehpur Sikri and cards on the table, I'm not even sure if the 'new' guide realized he worked for Viator, I was actually unsure about following him. Saying this, he shared alot of information about the site and it's worth a visit, if you haven't seen many other forts/palaces. We took the bus he recommended to get to the gate, which was a bargain 10 rupees and actually chose to walk back! The sun was shining and it was good to feel the buzz of the town, I would highly recommended doing this!
All in all - really not worth the money!
The driver was wonderful, and drove us in his modern Volkswagen to Agra brilliantly. No worries there. The 'hustorian' guide, however, was not what we expected. He seemed disinterested both in us and in the Taj Mahal, in his dark glasses and bomber jacket. He rushed us round the Taj Mahal stunning, it must be admitted, before bundling us back into the car and taking us to a carpet seller's where he expected us rich tourists to buy merchandise on which he would make a commission. Having failed there, he took us to a very touristy and expensive restaurant, presumably in further search of commission. After lunch, he decided that there was too much traffic to see anything else, so we drove past Agra Fort, dropped this man off somewhere, and drove home. Altoghether a disappointment. I can understand the desire for endless commission if this was a cheap tour, but it wasn't - it was through a reputable, and not inexpensive tour company who promised lots and, in the end, delivered little. I hope that this helps people in the future. I hope that the company is listening.
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