A day to Taj from Delhi

  • Difficulty Level
  • Duration Time
    1 Days
  • Number of Person
    1 - 35 Person

Life is short and the world is wide! So why not enjoy travelling even if it is for a short while? You may be busy and short of time while in Delhi but full of energy and curiosity to see the Taj. So why not grab this opportunity to enjoy the beauty of travelling with our Same Day Agra Tour. If you are planning a short trip to India or will be in Delhi for only a while, do not miss our finest One day Agra tour packages by Car. THE DISTANCE BETWEEN DELHI TO AGRA? The distance between Delhi and Agra is around 230 km and so the return journey gets easy. With us, it also gets leisurely with luxury rides, determined locations, and acquaintance of the places to be visited. We begin the tour in the early morning hours and pick you from your known location, cover the intended places of the tour and drop you back comfortably in the evening at the same place. You will love the splendid journey! Try me now.

What you’re going to do

1 Day (14-hour)
Places Covered:- The Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Mehtab Bagh.

Deatiled Programme

6:30 am: Pick-up from Delhi
Our driver will pick you up from your desired location in Delhi/NCR. You can choose to leave as per your comfortable time, but we suggest going as early as possible to avoid traffic jams and crowd at the Taj Mahal.

10:00 am: Taj Mahal
Reach Agra. I will be waiting for you. We will go around the Taj Mahal acquainting you with the architecture and historical tales about the monument. Please note that Taj Mahal is closed to tourists on Fridays.

12 pm: Agra Fort
Visit the Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the 1.5 hour tour, admire the red sandstone the fort is made out of,  and enjoy yourself as I will briefs you the history of the Mughal Dynasty’s former imperial residence.

1:30 pm: Lunch
Agra is not only famous for the mesmerizing Taj Mahal but its delicacies too. It is acknowledged as one of the best food serving spots in the country by many bon-vivant. The city is very populated, yet it witnesses foodies coming from all over the country to quench their insatiable appetite. Mughlai and Tandoori Chicken are the two you should try here.

2:30 pm: Mehtab Bagh
Visit Mehtab Bagh, which is also a great Sunset Point.

You can enjoy the sunset if you start around 8:30 am in the morning from Delhi. In that case, Taj Mahal tour will be followed by the lunch and then to Agra fort to enjoy the sunset in the evening at Mehtab Bagh.

3:30 pm: Back To Delhi
Drive back to Delhi with high-speed Internet.

7 pm: Arrive at Drop off Point
Reach Delhi to your drop-off point

I guarantee you to travel around India safely.

Know Before You Go

  • Please carry a valid photo ID (passport/driving license/student identity card)
  • Please note: Taj Mahal remains closed on every Friday
  • Optional tours of marble inlay workshops along with a rug weaving site could be organized on request.

Trip Information

  • Routine: Daily (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday), closed on Friday
  • Departure : 6:30 AM
  • Arrival: 7:30 PM


  • City Sightseeing


  • Driver
  • Fuel charges
  • All sightseeing using private Air-Conditioned Sedan or MUV
  • Attractions Covered: Taj Mahal, Red Fort and Mehtab Bagh
  • All prices are inclusive of toll, monument parking, state tax and service charge


  • Entry Fee to Any Monument and Food
  • Park, Museum, Monastery or any other visiting places
  • Airport Parking (if applicable)
  • Guide and other Tips


Can you do a day trip to Taj Mahal from Delhi?
Yes you can visit Taj Mahal in a day. The Taj Mahal can be visited on a day trip from Delhi. Agra is well connected by rail and road. Hire a private car and a gude for the same day tour of Taj Mahal
What do I need to know before visiting the Taj Mahal?
Read about the Taj Mahal. Know the best time to visit. Know what your ticket includes. Things you're not allowed to carry. Take a guide. Taj Mahal at sunrise, sunset and full moon. Taj Mahal from the Yamuna river and the money shot.
What is not allowed in Taj Mahal?
Eating and smoking is strictly prohibited inside Taj Mahal. Arms, ammunitions, fire, smoking items, tobacco products, liquor, eatables (Toffees), head phones, knives, wire, mobile charger, electric goods (except camera), Tripods are also prohibited.
What city is the Taj Mahal in?
An immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1652 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, the Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage.
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