Day 1: Paris (or other source) – Delhi
Arrival in the morning or breakfast at the hotel according to your arrival time. Capital of the Indian Union since the 13th century, Delhi has never ceased to be a center of power. At least eight cities have succeeded in these places. It is divided into two parts: Old Delhi and New Delhi, the capital founded in 1911 by the British. Beginning of the city tour and overnight at the hotel.
Day 2 : Delhi local Visit to New Delhi
Qutub Minar or Tower of Victory: the highest stone tower in India, 72 m, the base is 14 m in diameter and ends in time. Raj Path: the Royal Way, another highlight of New Delhi, immense in its width and lined decorative ponds, it connects the Gateway of India to the east, to the current residence of the president.
Visit Old Delhi : Red Fort, built in red sandstone, Shah Jahan's imposing citadel, spans more than 2 km. The walled city is established to the east. The entrance is by the impressive gate of Lahore. It leads to the Chatta Chowk, shopping of handicrafts and antiques. Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India, with two minarets 40 meters high. Overnight at hot
Day 3 : Delhi – Agra
During the morning, bound for Agra. Visit the Taj Mahal, a monument built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died in childbirth.
Inside you can admire the fine work of sculpture and especially the principle of "pietra dura" specific technical overlay of precious and semi-precious stones.
Arrive late afternoon in Agra and overnight at the hotel.
Day 4 : Agra local
Awakening and breakfast at the hotel. The whole day will be devoted to the discovery of Agra. You will start with a visit to the inevitable Taj Mahal, a monument to a prince by his late wife. You will then at Fortd'Agra is a jewel of Mughal architecture and the tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah.
Then you can wander freely in the city or visit a site that will hold your attention. Your driver will take you there. Dinner and overnight at the hotel
Day 5 : Agra – Jaipur
Breakfast and departure for Jaipur by road. The trip to Jaipur is very pleasing to the eyes: landscapes, peacocks, nature, the fields, markets and Dabas, you will be met. Frequent breaks to help you better withstand the journey (which lasted about 6 h). On the road, you will visit the Fatehpur Sikri and you'll be able to go to the Baland Darwaza, the Jama Masjid, the Birbal Mahal or the Palace of Jodha Bai. Stop at the hotel and lunch in town. In the afternoon, visit the City Palace Museum and the rich of the city. At Jantar Mantar, you will see how they measured time in ancient India. You will then a detour through the bazaar, which is still picturesque with its handicrafts. Overnight at hotel.
Day 6 : Cochin (Ernakulam)
Arrival in Cochin where our representative will assist you and transfer to hotel.
Later in afternoon, half day city tour of Queen of Arabian Sea, visiting Fort Kochi, Chinese Fishing Nets, St. Francis Church, Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace), Synagogue, Bolghatty Island, Willingdon Island. Overnight at hotel.
Day 7: Cochin – Mettupalayam
8:00 departure to Mettupalayam. Six-hour drive to arrive. Lunch will be on the road in a restaurant with the Indians. Arrival at Mettupalayam and transfer to hotel Tender Black
Day 8: Mettupulayam – Mudumalai
Take a train around 6:45 am to Coonoor. The train ride is scenic and lasted until 9am. Once there, you will visit a tea factory. You will then in the town of Ooty. You will visit the Botanical Garden which is exceptionally rich. It is on the edge of a lake that is beautiful. You can then go on the market Tebetain. Lunch will be on-site restaurant. Then start to Mudumalai. It is a quiet town located in the forest.
The next day you will make an excursion into the jungle with your guide. Trekking enthusiasts will be delighted. Then you return to your hotel to rest. The swimming pool will be available.
Day 9 : Mudumalai – Mysore
Starting around 9 am to Mysore. This is the ancient capital of Karnataka. This ancient city has remained green and famous for its jasmine, sandalwood her and for the splendor of its palaces. You will also have the opportunity to visit the extravagant Maharaja's Palace, a real riot of mirrors, mosaics, stained glass windows. Mahogany ceilings, solid silver doors and carved columns make a single work.
Late in the afternoon, walk among the old buildings of the city and stroll through the market for fruit and vegetables. In the evening, if you wish, it is possible to dine at the Maharaja's Palace. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 10: Mysore – Bangalore
Bangalore is the present capital of Karnataka and the seventh city in India. There are all kinds of people that can count India and all cultures are mixed. The city was founded in the sixteenth century. It remained an important administrative center. There is always something happening there.
In addition to the Botanical Gardens and many other gardens, Bangalore has many interesting places and sites. Note for example the temple Vidhan Soudha neo-Dravidian, which houses the State Secretariat, The Bangalore Palace is inspired by Windsor Castle.
Day 11 : Bangalore – Chennai
Back to Chennai (Madras) in 6 hours away. This is the current capital of Tamil Nadu. The city was important to his port for centuries. The spice trade flourished and tissues and prosperity continued after the installation of the UK. Its commercial wealth was the source of many monuments and sites that reveal the richness and diversity of local culture. Stop at the hotel.