Agra Two-Day Tour
- Gaze at the Taj Mahal, one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, from across the river at sunset
- Get the up-close tour of the Taj Mahal in the morning
- Visit the Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Optional marble art demonstrations and/or shopping
- Door-to-door personal transportation
- Experienced guides at the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort
Minimum of 2 people.
Let us know your dates of travel and we’ll work to arrange everything. Be reminded that the Taj is closed on Fridays.
We’ll arrange a pick-up from your hotel/residence in Delhi in the morning. A driver will take you to Agra where you’ll meet your tour guide. After you’ve seen the sites, stayed a night at the hotel or homestay, and seen a bit more, the driver will bring you back to Delhi by the evening of the second day.
- 2 people: $125/person
- 3 people: $100/person
- 4 people: $75/person
- 5-7 people: $65/person
- 8-10 people: $55/person
- 11-12 people: $50/person
- Children 6 and under not counted
- Includes: personal transportation in AC car with trusted driver from Delhi to Agra (including around to all the sites) and back, a knowledgeable guide for the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort
- Does not include: hotel (you’ll need to arrange this on your own, but we have suggestions), entrance tickets (Rs. 1300 for Taj, 600 for Agra Fort, 410 for Fatehpur Sikri, 300 for Mehtab Bagh), and food
India isn’t a great travel experience because it’s just like your home country, but because it’s so different. Sweating is often required. April through late June is the hot, dry season in North India, which is then replaced by the humid, rainy monsoon season from July through August. September through November can be quite pleasant, December through January a bit cold (at least at nights), and February through March nice again.
While Go Deeper Travel will do much to mitigate risks and assure a quality experience, India’s unpredictability means there is much we can’t control. So bring an attitude of flexibility, caring for others, and adventure. You’ll have some stories to tell, no doubt.