Exploring the gardens in Agra can be a delightful experience, especially given the city's rich history and cultural significance. While Agra is best known for the iconic Taj Mahal, there are other beautiful gardens worth visiting. Here's a suggested walking tour that includes some of the prominent gardens in Agra:
Agra Gardens Walking Tour - Inclusions
- Pickup and Drop Off
- Private AC Car For Entire Tour Activity
- English Speaking Tour Guide
- Mineral Water Bottle
- All Taxes
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Any Personal Expenses
- Monuments Entry Tickets
- Insurance and medical care
- Tips / Gratuities to guide and driver.
General Question (FAQ)
In the case of a booking cancellation, the Company shall retain the full deposit. If a booking is cancelled less than twenty-eight (28) days prior to the tour departure date, then the clients subject to a cancellation fee as follows:
28-15 Days – 50% Cancellation Fee
14-07 Days – 75% Cancellation Fee
06-00 Days – 100% Cancellation Fee
Yes, you can book this tour in advance, 50% Payment required to reserve this tour in advance.
You can Pay via PayPal (7.5% charges applicable) , Credit Card (3.5% charges applicable) and also in Cash on Arriva or Bank wire.
Our vehice not old more then 3 year and we try to give latest model.
Sedan Car suitable for 02 Person
SUV Car suitable for 4 Person
Tempo Traveller suitable for 5 to 12 Person
You have to mention your pick-up location when you book the tour. Pick-Up and Drop-off available at Delhi Airport, Any hotel in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon or nearby area.
Mehtab Bagh (Moonlight Garden): Start your walking tour at Mehtab Bagh, which is located opposite the Taj Mahal on the northern bank of the Yamuna River. Mehtab Bagh offers a stunning view of the Taj Mahal, especially during sunset. The garden was designed as an integral part of the Taj complex.
Take a leisurely stroll along the pathways and enjoy the serene atmosphere.
Ram Bagh (Aram Bagh or the Garden of Relaxation):
Head to Ram Bagh, believed to be one of the oldest Mughal gardens in India.
Built by Emperor Babur, this garden is a perfect blend of Persian and Timurid styles. It features a central water channel and a variety of plants and trees.
Explore the well-laid pathways and the centrally located baradari (pavilion) with its distinctive architectural elements.
Walk towards Soami Bagh, a beautiful garden known for its tranquil surroundings and spiritual significance.
The garden is associated with the Radhasoami faith and has a stunning white marble structure called the Samadhi of Soamiji Maharaj.
Mariam's Tomb Garden:
Conclude your walking tour at Mariam's Tomb Garden, located near the Akbari Bridge. The tomb is believed to be the resting place of Mariam Zamani, the wife of Emperor Akbar. The garden surrounding the tomb is well-maintained and provides a serene atmosphere.