Hyderabad is the capital of southern India’s Telangana state. A major center for the technology industry, it’s home to many upscale restaurants and shops. Its historic sites include Golconda Fort, a former diamond-trading center that was once the Qutb Shahi dynastic capital. The Charminar, a 16th-century mosque whose 4 arches support towering minarets, is an old city landmark near the long-standing Laad Bazaar.
Cost Per Person ₹11500/- Ex Hyderabad
IncludedHyderabadEntry Fees3 Star AccommodationPersonal GuideBreakfast
Day 1: Arrival & Hyderabad Sightseeing
- Snow World - India’sfirstandWorld’sbestsnow theme park helps to experience snowfall and polar climate as if it is a polar region, then proceed to:
- Birla Mandir - 2000 tonnes of white marble from Rajasthan mixed with 10 years of dedicated work of sculptures – created this captivating Temple, standing on a 280 feet high hill.
- Birla Planetarium - Developed with technological assistance from Japan with the cosmic presentation of international standards. The most attractive feature is the Sky Show.
- Birla Science Museum - showcases many sections, each dedicated to a specific field - Interactive Science Section, NRSA, Dinosaurium, etc.
- Lumbini Park - Lush greenery, entertaining rides, calm environmental at one place.Must watch-LaserShow andMusicalfountainshow in the evenings. Boating at Hussain Sagar lake not to be missed.
- NTR Gardens - Ride on a toy train, Japanese garden, Desert Garden, Roaring Cascade, Giant Wheel, boating, carcasses, machan Restaurant-just a few attractions of NTR Gardens.
- Necklace Road - Breathtaking stretch surrounded by three parks, a lake, and an amusement park, fine dining restaurants, and eateries offering Indian to Chinese. You can watch a video on Necklace Road that our very own team created for a brief understanding of the place. Wehavealsocoveredfew shots about the Lumbini Park in the same video.
Day 2: Full Day Ramoji Film City
- Ramoji Film City -One of the largest and glamorous film studios in the world, Ramoji Film City has also secured a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. The captivating architecture of the studios accompanied with a range of modern settings makes it a favorite place of film-makers; while a wide array of entertainment choices makes it a popular choice for tourists.
Day 3: Hyderabad Local Sightseeing
- Golconda Fort -First built by Kakatiya dynasty later developed by Qutub Shahi Kings. Attractions - sound and light show in the night; Water supply system, 'Rahban' cannon, Ramdas’ prison. (You can also view our team created a video on Golconda Fort here). It would take at least half day here.
- Qutub Shahi Tombs - One of the oldest monuments of Hyderabad; tomb s of seven Qutub Shahi rulers presenting a beautiful blend of Persian and Indian architectural styles.
- Salar Jung Museum - 3rd largest museum in India with 43000 art objects (Indian Art, Far Eastern Art, European Art, Middle Eastern Art, etc.), 9000 manuscripts and 47000 printed books, spread in 38 galleries. Not to be missed- a Veiled marble statue of Rebecca, 19th C British Musical Clock, etc.
- Chowmahalla Palace - Built in the 18th century during the rule of fifth Nizam, Afzal-ud- Daula, Asaf Jah V, said to resemble Shah Palace of Tehran in Iran in its architectural beauty.
- Charminar -Built-in 1591 by Sultan Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah in the honor of his wife Bhagmati. Also known as ‘Arcde Triomphe of the East’.
- Mecca Masjid –constructed by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1614; one of the largest mosques in the world. To see-Belgian crystal chandeliers, intricately designed arches, tombs to Asif Shah dynasty.
- Lad Bazaar – Evening shopping can be done here. popular bangles and pearl market, since the time of Nizams. Offers a living heritage of the city.