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Special Golf Tour in Rajasthan

Duration : 09 Nights / 10 Days
Destination : Mumbai - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi


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Tour Itinerary :

DAY 01 : Arrive Mumbai.

Arrive Mumbai International airport by any convenient flight in the night. Meet and greet on arrival at the airport and transfer to Hotel Taj Mahal Palace and Tower. You will be escorted to the hotel and our representative will explain you all about the tour and he will handover all your travel documents.
Night stay in hotel.

DAY 02 : Mumbai.

MORNING; MUMBAI PRESIDENCY GOLF COURSE - GOLFING AT GOLF CLUB.
Mumbai Residency Golf Course chosen for your golf activities in Mumbai. It is literally a green heaven amidst a concrete jungle. The 110-acre course was founded in 1827. This PAR 70, 18-hole course was redesigned to meet the international standards. Presidency's fairways are narrow and tight, but its greens are undoubtedly the best in the country, the real test at presidency, however, is the variable and shifting sea breeze, which could fox even the most experienced player. It is not a difficult course, it's not too long, not too narrow, and yet not an easy course to break par. The 5th hole is one of the most challenging on this Mumbai Course. A 480-yard, PAR 05, a dogleg to the right, with a fairway trap strategically placed to catch the long hitter trying to cut the corner. Late in the afternoon, proceed for the city tour of Mumbai city including visit of Gateway of India, Prince of Wales Museum and drive past Victoria Terminus, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Museum. Return to hotel in the evening.
Night stay in Hotel Taj Mahal Palace and Tower.

Day 03 : Mumbai / Jaipur. FLIGHT.

Breakfast at hotel. Later check out and transfer to Mumbai airport to board flight to Jaipur. Meet on arrival in Jaipur and you will be transferred to the Taj Rambagh Palace. Rest of the day is free for independent activites.
Night stay in Rambagh Palace.

Day 04 : Jaipur {RAMBAGH GOLF CLUB - GOLFING AT GOLF CLUB}

Rambagh Golf Club, The Origin of Rambagh Golf Club dates back to October 1944 with its history steeped in Royal Background. Rajmata Gayatri Devi Ji is the founder member and life long captain of the club.Rambagh golf Club is one of the oldest and a prestigious golf clubs of India and affiliated to Indian Golf Union. Rambagh Golf Club is a 18 Hole challenging championship course with Par 72 Yardage-6675 (SSS 69). with majestic view of Historical Fort of Moti Doongri. Course is playable round the year and due to its central location is reachable within 15 minutes even from the International Air Port. The Course is strategically designed on a sandy loam soil. Picturesquely located with a nice scenic beauty, moving around the course one is afforded with a view of Rambagh Palace Hotel, Moti Doongari, Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Birla Planetarium. Afternoon proceed for sightseeing tour of Jaipur City visit City Palace the Observatory – Art Gallery with an excellent collection of miniature paintings, Carpets, Royal Paramphermila and rare astronomical works. Then drive past Hawa Mahal (Palace Of Winds) and through the pink rose residential and business areas. Return to hotel.
Night stay in Rambagh Palace.


Day 05 : Jaipur

After breakfast depart for a half day excursion to Amber Fort, which is about 11 Kms from Jaipur, Amber Fort is a marvelous example of Rajput architecture with its terraces and ramparts reflected in the Maota Lake below. Go up the fort on the back of a gaily caparisoned elephant, true to the style of the Maharajas of the past. The interior of the fort has various royal halls decorated with intricate ivory, mirror and glass work complemented by exquisite wall paintings. Later transfer to a nice Indian restaurant, where you can have your lunch on your own. Later continue for sightseeing of Jaipur City. This afternoon you will visit the City Palace Museum where you can see an imposing blend of traditional Rajasthani and Mughal Art. The museum is resplendent with its collection of robes of royal princes, carpets, an armoury of old weapons, miniature paintings portraying court scenes, battle scenes and processions, also visit the awe inspiring Jantar Mantar (an accurate observatory built in 1726 AD). Also included is a photo visit to the Hawa Mahal - a five storied wonder with a spectacular pyramidal facade and overhanging windows with latticed screens, domes and spires.
Night stay in Rambagh Palace.

Day 06 : Jaipur / Agra.

Morning after breakfast drive to Agra, en-route visit Fatehpur Sikri (Ghost Capital), the political capital of India's Mughal Empire under Akbar's reign, from 1571 until 1585, when it was abandoned, ostensibly due to lack of water. Continue drive to Agra, situated on the banks of river Yamuna. Agra remains major tourist destination because of its many splendid Mughal-era monuments, most beautiful the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Night stay in Gateway Hotel.
Note : Taj Mahal is closed on every Friday.

Day 07 : Agra.

This morning visit the Taj Mahal, symbol of eternal love, which stands on the banks of River Yamuna. Taj Mahal was built by the 5th Mughal emperor, Shah Jehan in the year 1631 in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It took 22 years to complete the constructions. Later visit Agra Fort, taken over from the Lodhis by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in the late 16th century. Fort was built from red sandstone, often inlaid with white marble and intricate decorations. We will also visit Sikandara {Akbar's tomb}.
Night stay in Gateway Hotel.

Day 08 : Agra / Delhi.

After breakfast drive back to Delhi, en-route visit Mathura and Vrindavan. In Mathura you can visit Shri Krishna Janmabhumi temple and in Vrindavan visit Bankey Bihari Temple, built in the year 1864. Temple is famous for the black statue of Krishna, also called as Thakur Ji. Continue drive to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, check in to Hotel Taj Mahal.
Night stay in Hotel Taj Mahal.

Day 09 : Delhi.

MORNING; DELHI GOLF COURSE - GOLFING AT GOLF CLUB.
Delhi Golf Course, The 6,972 yards, par 72, 18 whole golf courses located in an area more than twice its present size, the course at the Delhi Golf Club was consolidated to its present 220 acres in 1950. Delhi golf course is also laid out on a part of India's history. Carved out of a portion, which was the estate of the Lodhi rulers, it has in its precincts a collection of Historical and interesting tombs and monuments. It is also a sanctuary for over 3OO species of birds, and the golfer is often startled by the rain dance of the colorful peacock or the scurrying of a partridge. Planted with a variety of over 200 trees, the Delhi course is the greenest in the country, and its sandy loam has produced a rich turf good for the exacting fairway shots. Night stay in Hotel Taj Mahal.

Day 10 : Delhi / Departure.

Half day, visit of New Delhi includes visits to the Qutab Minar 72 meters high and one of the most perfect towers in the Persian world. The Iron Pillar which has survived the vagaries of weather for over 1500 years. Lotus Temple - known as 'Bahai House of Worship', this 20th century wonder made of marble in the form of a white half-opened lotus flower. Check-out from Hotel and Departure transfer to Airport to board flight for home destination. Trip ends with pleasant and happy memories of India. {We wish to have another chance to show you the other part of our lovely country and its culture}

Details of Golf Courses :
Mumbai Presidency Golf Course

Par 72 Men , 70 Ladies / 5463 yards Ladies 6223 yards Men / 18 Holes Bombay presidency Golf Club, A green heaven amidst a concrete jungle. The 110-acre founded in 1827, Peter Thompson to International Standards redesigned the PAR 70, 18-hole course. Presidency's fairways are narrow and tight, but its greens are undoubtedly the best in the country, the real test at presidency, however, is the variable and shifting sea breeze, which could fox even the most experienced player. It is not a difficult course, it's not too long, not too narrow, and yet not an easy course to break par. The 5th hole is one of the most challenging on this Mumbai Course. This Golf course is also providing the facilities such as A/C Deluxe rooms, Health club, Swimming pool, Bar and Restaurant, banquet hall and conference Hall.

Jaipur Rambagh Golf Club
The Origin of Rambagh Golf Club dates back to October 1944 with its history steeped in Royal Background. Rajmata Gayatri Devi is the founder member and life long captain of the club. Rambagh golf Club is one of the oldest and a prestigious golf clubs of India and affiliated to Indian Golf Union.
Rambagh Golf Club is a 18 Hole challenging championship course with Par 72 Yardage-6675 (SSS 69). Course is playable round the year and due to its central location is reachable within 15 minutes even from the International Air Port. The Course is strategically designed on a sandy loam soil. Picturesquely located with a nice scenic beauty , moving around the course one is afforded with a view of Rambagh Palace Hotel, Moti Doongari Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Birla Planetarium.

Delhi Golf Course
Before you come for a stroll with me around our 220 acre course you will no doubt want to see the card. Here it is. Your outward journey is 3,632 yards with a par of 38 made up of three 5's, five 4's and one 3 shctter. Coming in 3,340 yards par 35 with two long holes, three short and the rest par 4's. Somewhat imbalanced you say. Perhaps yes but our course architects have always striven to retain its old character of narrow scrub and tree-lined fairways with dense undergrowth and, any large scale reconstruction would rob the surroundings of their natural beauty. A paradise in the heart of a teaming city. For those of you who thirst after statistical knowledge, the course record is held by Graham Marsh the Australian who in the first and second rounds of the 1971 Open paved his way to victory with two consecutive 66's - a fantastic seven under part on a none-too-easy course.
Now let's walk out of the dressing room, through the car park and onto the 1st tee. A long one with no sign of the green which is dog-legged to the left. 527 yards in length, you are tempted to cut a corner like a La Mans driver, any misjudgment and dense rough is your fate. The Green is long and slim and demands accuracy. The 2nd is intriguing, if you take the tiger line you have a long carry over some grasping trees but then an easy shot to a sporting green - freshly laid; some parts fast, some not so. Over another clump of trees on the 394 yards and this becomes one of the easier one if you have hit a longish drive, otherwise a brace of trees stand like Gog and Magog guarding the entrance to a banked up green on which three putts is not uncommon.
The 5th is a spectacular, long hole with traps so statistically located that you will be lucky if you do not have to play either your second or third, or worse both, from out of the soft and clinging embrace of the Jumna sand. When finally you get on the green, somewhat worm, you find gentle ripple all over, created possibly by the mirth of a ghastly guardian who slumbers in the tomb above you. Heigh-ho-another three putts. The 6th is one of those chorus-girl waist fairways. Even if you keep along the straight and narrow you are required to play a blind second because of a ridge that screens the green. Here again a tricky putting surface will exact it toll. Much depends here on the Fickle Maid. A wolf in tiger's clothing once described the 7th as a drive and a kick. It is, if you are of the Nicklaus family, but beware of the cavernous bunker which guards the entrance to the pin. Once in it, and you may well ruin your card coming out. Possibly the most imposing monument on the course, the Barah Khamba umbrellas the 8th tee - this is a short one but usually the wind is against you and if you dodge the many protective bunkers you find yourself on another tricky putting surface. The 498 yard 9th is the pro's delight and many of them reach the crafty keyhole green with their second shot. If the pin is placed at the back you putt up two tiers which normally call for a few more (tears). The 4th tee is dominated by a noble edifice no doubt the last resting place of some Lodhi warrier and here your skill meets a real test. Should your drive not be hit just so, if drifts to the right down a slopping fairway and the 412 yarder suddenly assumes much longer proportions. Should you slice, your troubles have started and you might well wish yourself keeping company with the gentlemen whose resting place you have just left.

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