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Agra to Delhi via Mathura One Way Transfer with Tajmahal & Agra Fort Sightseeing

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Enjoy a hassle-free transfer from Agra to Delhi, and on the way, experience the charm of the sacred city of Mathura, including local Agra sightseeing with Tajmahal & Agra Fort.

Highlights

  • Enjoy a safe and reliable transfer from Agra.
  • Value for money pricing; no hassle of bargaining for the fare at your pick-up location.
  • Explore the sacred city of Mathura on the way.
  • Vist Tajmahal & Agra Fort


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Detailed overview

No introduction is needed for India's capital city, Delhi. Starting from the Red Fort, the center of the Mughal Empire, to Parliament, where the power now resides, there is a lot to see and experience in Delhi. Delhi has its own charm, right from the old alleyways to the food stalls to the posh lifestyle. Mathura is a sacred city in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is said to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna and is also commonly referred to as the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi. Mathura is dotted with over 20 ghats on the banks of the Ganga. It's a major pilgrimage center and a tourist attraction in India.

 

Itinerary

  • Your transfer starts with a pick-up from your hotel/residence in Agra at your specified time slot.
  • Pickup from hotel and visit Tajmahal & Agra Fort
  • Start your journey in Mathura. You will be traveling a distance of approximately 60 km, and it will take you about 1.5 to 2 hours to reach Mathura.
  • Upon your arrival in Mathura, these are the following places we suggest you visit:
  1. Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi: This sacred site in Mathura is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. It houses the prison cell where Krishna was born and various temples dedicated to him.
  2. Krishna Balaram Mandir: Located in Vrindavan, this temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and his brother Balarama. It's a significant pilgrimage site and features stunning marble architecture and serene surroundings.
  3. Vishram Ghat: Situated on the banks of the Yamuna River in Mathura, Vishram Ghat is where Lord Krishna is said to have rested after defeating the demon Kansa. It's a popular spot for devotees to take holy dips and attend evening aarti ceremonies.
  4. Prem Mandir: Another prominent temple in Vrindavan, Prem Mandir is dedicated to Radha Krishna and showcases intricate marble carvings depicting their divine love story. The temple is illuminated beautifully in the evenings.
  5. Dwarkadeesh Temple: This ancient temple in Mathura is dedicated to Lord Krishna, who is worshipped here in the form of Dwarkadheesh, the king of Dwarka. It's renowned for its vibrant festivals and religious fervor.
  6. Kans Qila: Also known as the Kans Fort, this historical site in Mathura is associated with the tyrannical ruler Kansa, the maternal uncle of Lord Krishna. It's a significant landmark in the Krishna Janmabhoomi complex.
  7. Potara Kund: Located in Mathura, Potara Kund is a sacred tank believed to be where Lord Krishna's foster parents, Nanda and Yashoda, used to bathe him. Devotees often visit this site for its religious significance.
  8. Raman Reti Gokul: Raman Reti is a sand-filled area in Gokul, near Mathura, where Lord Krishna is believed to have played and performed his childhood pastimes. It's a serene spot for meditation and reflection.
  9. Nidhivan: Explore the mystical forest of Nidhivan, believed to be a sacred grove where Lord Krishna performed his divine pastimes. The atmosphere here is serene and spiritual, with many devotees visiting to experience its divine energy.
  10. Seva Kunj and Nidhuban: These gardens are associated with the love story of Radha and Krishna and are believed to be the locations where they spent time together. Devotees visit these gardens to pay homage to the divine couple and seek their blessings.
  11. Pagal Baba Temple: This unique temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is known for its vibrant and colorful architecture. It's a popular spot for both worshippers and tourists, offering a distinct spiritual experience
  12. Mathura Museum: Explore the museum to witness a vast collection of ancient sculptures, artifacts, and archaeological finds related to the region's rich history and heritage.
  13. Gita Mandir: Visit this temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, featuring scenes and verses from the Bhagavad Gita inscribed on its walls, providing a serene atmosphere for reflection and prayer.
  14. Vishram Ghat: As already mentioned, this sacred spot along the Yamuna River offers more than just a religious experience; it's also a great place for serene walks and boat rides, especially during sunrise and sunset.
  • After the completion of your Mathura tour of 4 hours, you may start your journey to Delhi.
  • You will be covering a distance of approximately 300 km, and it will take you about 5 hours to reach Delhi. On the way, you may stop for refreshments.
  • Upon your arrival in Delhi, you will be dropped off at your specified location.

Please Note

This is not a guided tour
The itinerary is suggestive; you may add or skip places to visit.

Basic Details

Start Point
Agra hotel/residence
Finish Point
Delhi
Start time
6:00 am 7:00 am 8:00 am 9:00 am See more
Category
Tours & SightseeingFamily-friendlyReligious
Trip Code
O2459A2248

Inclusions

  • Pick-up from hotel/residence in Agra city limits
  • Charges for the private cab
  • Driver and fuel charges
  • Mathura sightseeing
  • Drop to the hotel/residence in Delhi city limits

Exclusions

  • Your meals during the tour
  • Any tolls & parking fees
  • Anything not specified in inclusions above
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Important Information

  • You will receive complete Operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, in your Booking Confirmation Voucher
  • Sedan car will be a Toyota Etios/Suzuki Dzire/similar
  • SUV car will be Ertiga similar
  • The driver will pick you up directly from your hotel or specified pick up point. Please enter the pickup location at the checkout page
  • Night charge of Rs. 300 is applicable if the cab service is used between 10:00 pm to 6:00 am
  • There is a kilometer limit of 300 km
  • Upon exceeding the limit the following surcharges will apply (to be paid directly in cash to driver):
    • Rs 12/km for a Sedan Car (4 Seater)
    • Rs 15/km for SUV (6 Seater) 
  • Any local Delhi sightseeing is not included
  • Only single drop point is allowed in Delhi

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refund if cancelled before* 3 days
  • No refund after that

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  • Hotel/residence in Agra city limits.
  • The driver will pick you up directly from your hotel or specified pick up point. Please enter the pickup location while booking.
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