North India Golf Tour

Day 01: on board / Delhi

Arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport of Delhi . The capital of modern India and one of the ancient cities of the world, identified with Indraprastha, the city founded by
the Pandavas (heroes of the epic Mahabharata), in the 6th century. Meeting and assistance at the airport, traditional welcome with flower garlands, private transfer from International terminal to Hotel. Upon arrival at Hotel check in & Overnight

Day 02: Delhi

Morning after breakfast we leave for first day golf play at Delhi Golf Club which is operation since from British Raj designed By world renowned Golf Course Designer.Afternoon Half day Sightseeing of New Delhi Visiting the Rajghat, the cremation ground of the Father of nation” Mahatma Gandhi, Qutub
Minar Complex ” a soaring tower of victory, Humayun’s Tomb ” the monument is built before Taj Mahal but having the same style, India Gate ” this high stone arch of triumph commemorates more than 70,000 Indian soldiers who died in the campaigns of World war I and from out side visit other Government Buildings designed by French architect Sir, Edwin Lutyens. After Sightseeing return back to Hotel. Relax for sometime until leave for Red fort for Sound & Light show. Overnight {Possibility to an Organized Dinner at Red Fort on request}. Raj Ghat – on the banks of the Yamuna, a simple square platform of black marble marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in 1948. Qutub Minar Complex-the buildings in this complex date from the onset of Muslim rule in India and are fine examples of early-Afghan architecture. The Qutub Minar itself is a soaring tower of victory that was started in 1193. It is nearly 73m high and tapers from 15m-diameter base to just 2.5m at the top. Although Qutb-ud-din began construction of the tower, his successors completed it. India Gate – this 42m high stone arch of triumph stands at the eastern end of the Rajpath. Designed by Lutyens, it commemorates more than 70,000 Indian soldiers who died in the campaigns of World War I. 13,516 names of British and Indian soldiers killed on the North-West Frontier and in the Afghan War of 1919 are engraved on the arch and foundations

Day 03: Delhi = Agra

Shatabdi Exp. 0610 = 0815 Agra – Delhi 210 Kms / 04 Hrs
Early morning transfer to New Delhi Railway station to connect your Express train for Agra {Seating in A/C Chair Car}. Upon arrival at Agra we drive straight to visit the Agra Fort – A construction of the massive red sandstone, the Agra Fort on the bank of the Yamuna River was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1565, though additions were made up until the rule of his grandson, Shah Jahan Followed by the visit of Itmad Ud Daulah – also known as the Baby Taj. Later Lunch at the Mount of Taj Khema – Overlooking Taj Mahal & finally ending your sightseeing at Taj Mahal  a Poetry in Love. After Visit Carry on to the city center for a visit to Marble Factory to witness the minute carvings of precious & semi-precious stones along with manufacturing & carving on small replicas of Taj Mahal. Possibility to do shopping of the memorabilia to remember the visit to the famous city of Taj..Later leave by surface for Delhi. Upon arrival at Delhi transfer to hotel. Overnight.

Agra – one of the great Mughal cities of South Asia, with minor interruptions, Agra alternated with Delhi as the capital of their Empire. Little is known about it before the Muslim conquest. Sikander Lodi seized it from a rebellious governor and made it his capital in 1501. He died in Agra but is buried in Delhi. Agra was Babur’s capital and he is believed to have laid out a pleasure garden on the east bank of the Yamuna. He also saw Akbar’s new capital at Fatehpur Sikri, describing a route lined all the way with stalls and markets. Akbar moved his capital again to Lahore, before running to Agra in 1599, where he spent the last 6 years of his life. Jahangir left Agra for Kashmir in 1618 and never returned. Despite modifying the Red Fort and building the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan too moved away to his new city Shah Jahanabad in Delhi from 1638-50, though he returned to spend his last days in Agra as his son Aurangzeb’s prisoner. Aurangzeb, the last of the Great Mughals, moved the seat of government permanently to Delhi. In the 18th century, it suffered at the hands of the Jats, was taken, lost and retaken by the Marathas who, in turn, were ousted by the British in 1803. It was the center of much fighting in the Mutiny and was the administrative center of the North-West Provinces and Oudh until that too was transferred to Allahabad in 1877.

Agra Fort (Red Fort) – construction of the massive red sandstone Agra Fort on the bank of the Yamuna River was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1565, though additions were made up until the rule of his grandson, Shah Jahan.

Itmad-Ud-Daulah was built by Empress Noorjahan (wife of Emperor Jehangir) between 1622-1628 A.D. in memory of her father, Mirza Ghiyas Beg. It took seven years to build this mausoleum. Mirza Ghiyas Beg, a Persian by birth, came to India during the reign of Emperor Akbar. Akbar’s son Jehangir married his daughter Noorjahan and made him the Prime Minister, giving him the title of Itmad-Ud-Daulah, which means “Reliance of The State”. Itmad-Ud-Daulah is the first building made of marble in India. It is also the first building in which marble inlay work (pietra dura) is the main element in the scheme of decoration. It is a superb architectural composition, unique in design, most elegant in the finish and is known to be the inspiration for the Taj Mahal – therefore it is often called “Baby Taj”.

Taj Mahal – is described as the most extravagant monument ever built for love. It was constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his second wife, Mumtaz Mahal, whose death in childbirth in 1631 left the emperor so heartbroken that his hair is said to have turned gray overnight. Construction of the Taj began in the same year and was not completed until 1653

Day 04: Delhi / Shimla / Mashobra

Early Morning breakfast and departure transfer leave for airport to connect scheduled flight for Shimla. Upon Arrival transfer to Mashorba a few Km away from all the tourist town. Upon arrival check in at hotel Wild flower-Mashorba. located on hill facing view of Himalayan Mountains. Rest of the day free to enjoy Beautiful Seneciry & leisure. Night at Hotel.

Shimla – Shimla (also spelt as ‘Simla’) derives its name from goddess ‘Shayamla Devi’, which is another manifestation of Goddess Kali. The capital of Himachal Pradesh came into light when the British discovered it in 1819. Till then, it was a part of the Nepalese kingdom. In 1864 Shimla was declared as the summer capital of India. After Independence, Shimla became the capital of Punjab and was later named the capital of Himachal Pradesh. In 1903 a rail line was constructed between Kalka and Shimla. Shimla has been blessed with all the natural bounties, one can think of. Dwelling on a panoramic location, the hilly town is surrounded by green pastures and snow- capped peaks. The spectacular cool hills accompanied by the structures made during the colonial era create anaura, which is very different from other hill stations.

Naldehra Golf Course in Shimla – built a century ago by the Sir George Curzon – Viceroy of India

Day 05: Mashorba / Shimla / Mashorba

Morning after breakfast leave for golf play at British period golf course located in the Shimla ( A britishers Summer Capitol) city centre. Aftrenoon Free to Explore City and free walk at mall road . Night at hotel.

Day 07: Mashorba / Shimla / Delhi

After breakfast transfer to airport to connect flight for Delhi. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon time for some rest and later enjoy an evening Session of golf. Late PM Hrs you will be taken to a Farm House called ‘ Anandgram’ managed by “Sanskriti” foundation for a very special Vegetarian Dinner along
with Traditional chanting of religious Prayers with Garlanding and LIVE INDIAN INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Show in the open area of the complex. After Dinner Return back to Hotel & Overnight.

“Sanskriti” Pratishthan was founded in 1979 with a view to help nurture some of the most essential elements of India’s heritage. The Sanskriti Kendra is a seven acre complex rich with plants, two museums, Museum of Everyday Art and Museum
of Indian Terracotta, residential studios for artists and writers, kilns, conference facilities, a library, an amphitheater, an art gallery and communication facilities.

Day 08: Delhi / Jaipur

After breakfast leave for Delhi golf course for a session of golf. Post Lunch Leave for Delhi Airport to Board on your Flight to Jaipur. Upon arrival at Jaipur transfer to hotel. Overnight Jaipur – the vibrant capital of Rajasthan, is popularly known as the “pink city” because of the pink-coloured buildings in the old city. It sits on a dry lake bed in a somewhat arid landscape, surrounded by barren hills surmounted by forts and crenellated walls. Jaipur (City of Victory) was founded in 1727 by Sawai Jai Singh II, the Maharaja of the Kachhwaha clan of Rajputs, who ruled from 1699-1744. This buzzing metropolis is certainly a place of wild contrasts and a feast for the eyes.

Day 09: Jaipur

After Breakfast visit of Jaipur City Palace & Jantar Mantar (astronomical observatory). Afternoon Enjoy a Session of Golf at Rambagh Golf Club. Spouse / Accompanying Person not Playing Golf can enjoy some shopping of the famous Jewellery and Tissue of Jaipur. Return back to hotel & Relax for the day. Overnight.

City Palace Complex – in the heart of the old city, the city palace occupies a large area divided into a series of courtyards, gardens and buildings. The outer wall was built by Jai Singh, but other additions are much more recent. The palace is a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture
Mantar (Observatory) – literally ” instruments for measuring the harmony of the heaven”, the Jantar Mantar was built by Jai Singh between 1728 and 1734. Jai Singh’s passion for astronomy was even more notable than his prowess as a warrior and, before commencing construction, he sent scholars abroad to study foreign observatories

Day 10: Jaipur - Samode 40 Kms / 01Hr.

After Breakfast an excursion to The Amber Fort – one of the most fascinating Indian forts. You will reach the fort majestically atop an elephant; once inside the fort, you visit the Palace of Mirrors, Hall of Public Audience and the beautifully manicured gardens. With enroute Photo stop at the Hawa Mahal (the Palace of Winds) After Visit Leave for samode a magnification palace surrounded by aravali hills. Possibility of an Ayurvedic Massage or to spend time at their Beautiful Swimming Pool. Evening, Camel ride upto nearby Mughal style gardens of Samode Bagh for a HI-TEA. Return for dinner to Samode Palace. Overnight {Gala Dinner can be arranged for Groups on Request}

Amber Fort-Palace : 11km north of Jaipur, is Amber, the ancient capital of Jaipur state. Maharaja Man Singh, the Rajput commander of Akbar’s army, began construction of the fort-palace in 1592. It was later extended and completed by the Jai Singhs before the move to Jaipur on the plains below. The fort is a superb example of Rajput architecture, stunningly situated on a hillside and overlooking a lake, which reflects its terraces and ramparts.
Hawa Mahal – constructed in 1799, the Hawa Mahal, or Palace of Winds, is one of Jaipur’s major landmarks. This five storey building, which overlooks the main street of the bustling old city, is a stunning example of Rajput artistry with its pink, delicately honeycombed sandstone windows. It was originally built to enable ladies of the royal household to watch everyday life and procession of the city.

Hotel Samode Palace : among the magnificent edifices that adorn the region of Rajasthan, Samode Palace stands apart in serene splendour. Nestled picturesquely amid rugged hills, the quiet luxury of the palace offers a retreat into an aesthetically beautiful environment. Stately corridors, frescoed walls, ethereal audience halls, harmoniously reflect the skill of master craftsmen.The story of the palace goes back more than four and a half centuries.

Samode Palace (gala evening & dinner): The entire palace fa’ade is illumined in the evening. As you reach into the precincts of the palace, you receive a royal welcome : the traditional Rajasthani musicians herald your arrival, wherefore you climb up the steps leading to a large courtyard; once up the last flight, you receive a ceremonial welcome of arati, tika and garlanding, and flower petals are showered upon you. In the courtyard, you are made to sit where welcome drinks are served. You are then invited to join the Prince of Samode in the Sheeshmahal (the Hall of Mirrors) for cocktail. Thereafter, the Prince leads you to up to the “terrace” (or the Durbar Hall, depending on its availability) to dine with him, as his state guests. You are made to sit on royal carpets in traditional Indian style, while the musicians and dancers regale you with Rajasthani folk-music and dances. In due time the special dinner is served. After dinner, you are offered tea/coffee, and the evening reaches its finale with grand fireworks.

Day 11: Samode - Delhi 240 Kms / 06 Hrs

After breakfast free time to explore village & palace. One can use Spa which it self is unique experience. Afternoon leave for Delhi. Upon arrival at Delhi wash and change room followed by farewell diner. Evening Departure Transfer to airport to connect flight for home destination.

Details of Golf Courses:

Delhi Golf Club

Shimla Golf Club www.

Rambagh Golf Club / Jaipur

Kit is available on Charges (Golf Sticks) on Per Person per Game basis at all golf courses.
Men / Ladies handicap >>Delhi: Men 18 / Ladies 24 >> Shimla & Jaipur: Golf course Member ship card (Green Card) from home country, No Handicap Required.
Note: Membership card from the Home Country is Mandatory at all golf courses in India.


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