This tour will take you through most travelled cities rich in history and culture along with the less explored and less travelled Shekawati region also famous as open-air-museum. You will visit The Indian capital city – New Delhi, the Pink City – Jaipur, the City of Taj Mahal – Agra and the region of Shekawati. All the visits included in this program are accessible by wheelchair. You will not only visit UNESCO World Heritage sites but also well preserved forts and palaces and mansions painted with frescos reminding you of bygone royalty. Travel to India would be incomplete without a cultural exchange over a meal with a local Indian family.

9 Days Golden Triangle accessible for wheelchair group

Day 1 : Arrive Delhi

Arrive Delhi.

You will be met at airport by our office representative who will accompany you to your hotel.

On reaching hotel, check-in assistance (check-in time at hotel is 14h00).

Depending on your arrival time in Delhi, we can plan your visit for this day, please let us know if you prefer to relax or get the first taste of the city.  

Overnight at hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi

This morning start your tour of India with orientation of New Delhi. New Delhi was designed by British architects, Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. Your will drive pass President House, Indian Parliament, India Gate and Connaught Place.

Make your first stop at a prominent Sikh house of worship, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. Most parts of this religious site are Wheelchair accessible. Once you enter the main building, you will be mesmerized with the great interior housing holy book Guru Granth Sahib. Around the holy book, there is space to be seated on the floor to listen to “kirtan – the live devotional singing’ and soak in the atmosphere.

Continue to the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, the Raj Ghat. Black marble square platform is inscribed with his last words Hai Ram (Oh God) is accessible on Wheelchair.

Later in the evening, proceed to lush green Lodi Garden spread over 90 acres. Garden is beautifully dotted with well-preserved ruins of 15th century belonging to Lodhi and Mughal dynasties.

Depending on time and interest, other possible accessible sites that could be visited on Day 2 and Day3 are Bahai’s temple (closed on Monday), National Museum (closed on Monday and National Holidays) and open air marketplace Dilli Haat.

Overnight at hotel.

India Gate New Delhi | Wheelchair Accessible Tour
Local Markets of The Place | Local Markets

Day 03 : Delhi / Shekawati (by road – approx. 6hrs drive)

This morning proceed to Shekawati region, famous for picturesque havilies decorated with ornate frescos. 

Though today’s drive is long but before leaving Delhi, you have possibility of exploring UNESCO World Heritage site of Qutab Minar (Wheelchair accessible). Built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, Qutab Minar is 73m high and surrounded by lush green gardens.

Lunch enroute.

On arrival in Shekawati, check-in at hotel.

Overnight at hotel.

Indian traditional dress woman
Road Trip From Delhi | short road trip from delhi

Day 04 : Shekawati (by road – approx. 6hrs drive)

Morning relaxed.

Today you will love exploring couple of villages of Shekawati region like Mandawa and Nawalgarh full of picturesque havilies decorated with ornate frescos. 

Some of these villages are featured in different Bollywood movies like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, PK and many more. These 19th and early 20th century havelies are decorated from inside and outside with colorful frescos influenced by mythological stories from the Ramayana, nature and local festivals, royal and colonial history and daily life of the times when these havelies were built.

Because of these frescos, this region is also known as open-air museum.

Overnight at hotel.

Shekhawati Rajasthan holidays
Shekhawati tourist places
Shekhawati tourism

Day 05 : Shekawati / Jaipur (by road – approx. 4hrs drive)

Morning relaxed.

Today you will proceed to Jaipur, the pink city.

On arrival in Jaipur, check-in at hotel.

Late afternoon, proceed to beautiful City Palace (most of the sites are Wheelchair accessible) which still houses erstwhile royal family of Jaipur.

Adjacent to City Palace is 18th century astronomical observation site, the Jantar Mantar (wheelchair accessible). This UNESCO World Heritage site built by the Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II has collection of some 20 fixed astronomical instruments.

Overnight at hotel.

Kathputli (puppet) performance Rajasthan | Special Rajasthan Tour

Day 06 : Jaipur

Morning relaxed.

Today you will spend some quality time in the company of an elephant at Dera Amer, located in the outskirts of Jaipur city. You will learn many facts about this gentle giant and may also get an opportunity to bathe him. After sumptuous lunch in this beautiful surrounding, return to hotel to relax.

Late afternoon, you have possibility of coming close to the local life by visiting one of the temples dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha.

Overnight at hotel.

Day 07 : Jaipur / Agra (by road – approx. 4hrs drive)

Morning visit 16th century yellow colored stepwell named as Panna Meena ka Kund (accessible for wheel chair) surrounded by beautiful temples.

Continue further to Amber Fort (partially accessible to wheelchair) known for its architectural splendor.

Designated as UNESCO World Heritage, grand and opulent Amber Fort proudly houses grand palaces, temple, garden and ornate gates.

After this last visit of Jaipur, drive to Agra.

Enroute, depending on the time at hand you may have the possibility of visiting yet another Wheelchair accessible UNESCO World Heritage site of Fatehpur Sikri (the city of victory). This 16th century city was established by Emperor Akbar but vacated after 10 years due to shortage of water. Please be informed that Fatehpur Sikri is around 4h30 drive from Jaipur and this monument closes at sunset, so visit may not be possible in winter months due to shorter days.  

Overnight at hotel.

Day 08 : Agra / Delhi (by road – approx. 4h30 drive)

Relaxed morning.

Start your day with visit of The Taj Mahal (Wheelchair accessible) built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Designated as UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983, Taj Mahal remains as one of the world’s most celebrated structures (closed on Friday, open from sunrise to sunset).

Continue your visit of Agra by proceeding to another historical and UNESCO World Heritage site, Agra Fort. This 16th century monument is wheelchair accessible is also known as Red Fort.

Afternoon return to Delhi.

Depending upon your flight schedule, you can end your India tour by visiting a local family for dinner and share your experiences. This could be one of the beautiful souvenirs to carry back home (depending on your flight schedule, you can visit Indian family at beginning of tour as well).

Later connect flight to next destination.

Taj Mahal Visit | Wheelchair Accessible Visit in Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal Tour | wheelchair accessible tour

Day 09 : Delhi / Fly back

Rajasthan Festival Special | Wheelchair Accessible