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Rajasthan “Land of Kings” is steeped in romantic history, chivalry and valour. It boasts of some of the finest fortress palaces against the stark desert landscape with its highly coloured costumes of handsome people, turbaned men and richly jeweled women, havelies and villages, fairs and festivals. These tours take you back to an era long gone by. The ancient forts, palaces and private hunting lodges have now been converted into hotels. The tour gives you the best taste of hospitality in exclusive properties in areas off the beaten track across Rajasthan and Gujarat.

The historic cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur combine to provide travelers with a glimpse into the majesty of North India's Golden Triangle, which encompasses a wealth of architectural wonders. The Hawa Mahal (Palace Of The Winds) and the City Palace, with its armoury and museum in the 'Pink City' of Jaipur, will transport you to that fascinating past. A definite highlight will be the thrilling elephant-back ride to the dramatic hilltop fortress of Amber. Enroute to Agra you will visit the deserted Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri. This massive habitat was abandoned due to lack of water. Today, it remains a testament to the master builders of the Mughal Empire. Finally, in Agra, you will see the fabulous Taj Mahal,explore the Red Fort with its assortment of palaces, moats and audience halls. Of particular interest is the marble balcony from where the imprisoned Shah Jehan looked out at his marvellous creation, the Taj Mahal.

Rajasthan colorful & diversified culture

Rajasthan is famous for its rich variety of colors, folk music, art work.

Hindi is the official language of the state. But the principal language is "Rajasthani", and the four major dialects are Marwari in the west, Jaipuri in the east, Malwi in the southeast and Mewati in the northeast. But Hindi language is replacing Rajasthani. Moreover, you will find English speaking people in all the major cities, and in remote villages also you will find someone who can speak and understand English. But other languages are completely unknown. You may ask Tour Operators to help you on this and they do have guides who knows almost all the languages.

Every region has its own very dialect of music and dance. The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Kaibeliya dance of Jaisalmer have international recognition. Folk music is a vital part of Rajasthan culture. Songs are used to tell the legendary battles of Rajputs. Folk songs are commonly ballads which relate heroic deeds, love stories, and religious or devotional songs known as bhajans and banis and often accompanied by musical instruments like dholak, sitar, sarangi etc.

Hindusim is the main religion of Rajasthan. Other significant religious groups in the state are the Jains and the Muslims. There are many local folk heros and local deities such as Pabuji, Ramdeoji, Gogaji, Mehaji, Tejaji & Harbhuji.

Art & architecture

Rajasthan is known for its traditional and colorful art. The block prints, tye and die prints, Bagaru prints, Sanganer prints, zari embroidery are major export products from Rajasthan. Handicraft items like wooden furniture and handicrafts, carpets, blur potteries are some of the things you will find here. Rajasthan is shoppers paradise.

Rajasthan is famous for the majestic forts, intricately carved temples and decorated havelis. Jantar Mantar, Dilwara Temples, Chittorgrah Fort, Lake Palace Hotel, City Palaces, Jaisalmer Havelis are true architectural heritage.

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120 km (78 miles) west of Jaipur, was founded by great Raja Prithviraj Chauhan in 7th century. Ajmer is known for Dargah of Khwaja Mu'in-ud-din Chisti (1142-1236) and Ana Sagar Lake. Also known for the famous boarding schools Sophia college (Girls) and Mayo college (Boys).

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175 km from Jaipur & 185 km from Delhi, is know for the Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Bird Sanctuary) and also a halting place on the way from Agra (55 km). The only city that was ruled by Jats. And you can also see the old fort and museum.

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In route on your way from Jaipur (330 km) to Jaisalmer (320 km) was founded in 15th century by Rao Bika. Known for durries, carpet, hand pasinted lamp shades, and mojari slippers. Also for the camel safari and Junagarh Fort.

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Capital city of Rajasthan also known as "Pink City" is about 250 km from Delhi, and your starting point for Rajasthan. Founded by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727 is famous for Amber Fort, jantar mantar, hawa mahal, city palace & Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh. Also for the textile block prints, semi precious jewelry, handicraft items and Raj Mandhir (Movie theater)

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250 km from Jaipur, also called "Blue City" is second city of Rajasthan. Founded by Rao Jodha is famous for Mehrangarh Fort, Umed Bhawan Palace, museum and handicrafts.

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275 Kms from Jodhpur, also called "Golden City" was founded by Rao Jaisal. Famous for the Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon-ki-haveli, sand dunes, and ideal for camel rides and safaris.

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190 Kms from Udaipur & 27 Km from Abu, is the only hill resort of Rajasthan. Famous for Dilwara Temples, Guru Shikar, and Nakki Lake.

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14 km from Ajmer, is famous for the Pushkar Fair and Brahma Temple and beautiful view of desert at sunset.

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135 km from Jaipur and 27 km from Sawai Madhopur is famous for the Ranthambore National Park, Tiger Reserve Project.

4 nights / 5 Days – Delhi – Agra – Jaipur

DAY 1 :- Delhi :- Arrive in Delhi and transfer to the Hotel, Delhi. In the afternoon, go for a sightseeing tour of Old Delhi. Visit places such as Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat and Humayun’s Tomb. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel. (Guide services available for one day in Delhi).

DAY 2 :- Delhi- Agra :- After an early breakfast, drive to Agra and check-in at the Hotel, Agra. Go for a sightseeing tour of Agra – visit the world-renowned monument: the Taj Mahal.

DAY 3 :-Agra- Jaipur :
After breakfast, drive to Jaipur, en route visit city of Fatehpur Sikri. On arrival, check in Hotel, Jaipur. Overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY 4 :- Jaipur :- Enjoy a full-day sightseeing of Jaipur city. Visit the Amber Fort, the old capital of rulers of Jaipur. Here one can take an elephant ride(extra cost) to the palace situated on the hill. Afternoon, visit to the city including City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Birla Mandir and Jai Singh’s Observatory. Overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY 5 :- Jaipur- Delhi :- Jaipur- Delhi :-After breakfast, drive to Delhi and on arrival, transfer to the airport / railway station. (Entrance charges to the monuments extra)


7 Nights/ 8 Days Bangalore/ Kodaikanal/ Munnar/ Thekkady/Kumarakom/ Cochin

Day1 : DELHI/AGRA (2 hrs) :- Morning Drive to Agra. Transfer to hotel. After lunch sightseeing of Agra fort, Itmad-ud-daula tomb and the Taj Mahal. Overnight Agra.

Day 02 : AGRA /JAIPUR (6 hrs) :
Optional early morning visit to the Taj Mahal. After breakfast drive to Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri, arriving by lunch. Check into palace hotel. Afternoon sightseeing of the city palace, palace of winds and the observatory. Overnight Jaipur.

Day3 :-JAIPUR/SAMODE (1 hr): Morning excursion to Amber fort on elephant back. Later explore the colourful bazaars of the pink city and then drive to Samode(40kms). Royal welcome at the Samode palace heritage hotel. Evening at leisure to enjoy villagers perform and sing in the palace courtyard. Overnight Samode palace.

Day 4:- SAMODE/MANDAWA (3 hrs)
over Morning camel ride through the vlllage & sand dunes upto The royal orchards. Depart Samode after breakfast (via Nawalgarh & Mukundgarh), arriving Mandawa by lunch. Check into palace hotel. Afternoon explore the painted havelies of Shekhawati. Overnight Mandawa.

Day 5 :- MANDAWA/BIKANER (5 hrs) : Morning drive to Bikaner arriving by lunch. Check into palace hotel. After lunch tour of Junagarh fort, where beyond the massive walls, rise picturesque pavilions, delicately ornamented balconies and windows in hundred different designs, murals and frescoes, mirror studded walls, blue and white chinese tiles, mosaic floors and the finest of carvings. Also visit the Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum which has a good collection of terra-cotta potteries 5000 years old, and centuries old miniature paintings. Overnight Bikaner..

Day 6 :-
BIKANER/JAISALMER (5 hrs) : Morning drive to Jaisalmer arriving by lunch. Check into your heritage hotel. Jaisalmer is in the heart of the Thar desert. Evening free to explore the fortress town, through narrow streets leading to Jam temples & havelies with most exquisite stone carvings in golden honey yellow stone. Overnight Jaisalme.

Day 7:- JAISALMER: Day return tour of Sam sand dunes for camel rides and view the magnificent sunset over the Thar desert. Evening transfer to railway station to board overnight train to Jodhpur. Overnight train.

Day 08: JODHPUR: Arrive Jodhpur early morning.Transfer to palace hotel. Afternoon tour of Meherangarh fort and the grand Umaid Bhawan palace. Overnight Jodhpur

Day 09: JODHPUR /RAWLA NARLAI (4 hrs): After a leisurely breakfast drive to Rawla Narlai,a delightful small fortress,dating back to the 17th century. Afternoon free to explore the typical Rajasthani village surrounding the fortress or climb the 350 ft high granite rock which is dotted with caves and temples and which offers spectacular views. Overnight Rawala Narlai.

Day 10:- RAWLA NARLAI/RANAKPUR/KUMBALGARH :A morning drive brings you to the most celebrated Jain temples in India at Ranakpur. The main temple, built in 1439, boasts of 29 halls supported by 1 ,444 pillars and is quite exceptional. Later drive on to Kumbalgarh. Check into the Maharaja of Udaipur’s former hunting lodge -Aodhi. Afterlunch visit the spectacular and imposing fort. Explore the many palaces and temples That lie within the massive walls of the fort, situated on the edge of a wildlfe sanctuary. Evening view tribal dances (for groups only). Overnight Kumbalgarh.

Day 11: KUMBALGARH/UDAIPUR: Early morning (optional) horse/jeep safari into the wildlife sanctuary. Later drive to Udaipur (2 hrs). Check into hotel. Afternoon sightseeing of City Palace, Jagdish temple and the garden of maids. Evening sunset boat ride on lake Pichola. Overnight Udaipur.

Day 12:- UDAIPUR/CHITTORGARH/BIJAIPUR: Morning drive to Chittorgarh, which is one of The oldest and the most stunning sforts in Rajasthan and was the former capital of Mewar. The romantic remains of temples, palaces and towers date from The 7th to The 15th centuries. Evening return to Udaipur or optionally overnight stay at Castle Bijaipur (45 minutes drive) situated in the Vindhyachal hills. Evening view local tribal folk songs & dances. Overnight Udaipur/Bijaipur.

Day 13 :- UDAIPURI DELHI: Morning transfer to airport for flight to Delhi.


Day 01 : Delhi- Mandawa( Nawalgarh ) Arrival in Delhi early morning. , 5 to 6 hours drive by minibus or jeep to the Shekawati region. Visit of the fort and some havelis in Mandawa, a charming town built in the 18th century. Afternoon visit Nawalgarh founded in 1737 by Nawal Singh , its painted Haveli,s , explore the town , night in hotel.

Day 02 : Mandawa (Nawalgarh ) to -Bikaner ( Barasingsar ) Drive early morning, on the way visit some beautiful havelis in Fathepur, famous for its wall paintings and continue to Bikaner : leave the highway and enter in rural area for 35 kms in the region of Bishnoi , where we will sleep in small and peaceful dune and will meet the chamalier who will be waiting there to lead the trek for next 2 days .

Day 02 & 03 : Camel trekking Trek in Bishnoi region who are the followers of lord Vishnu and are strictly vegetarian and environmentalist , Basically peoples are farmers , they are very gentle and hospitable , one can visit the family to see the real life of Bishnoi community . While trekking we will pass through several villages , farms where peoples can be seen working on it with their colourful clothing , wild life as Antilope ( Gazel ) which are protected by Bishnoi community jackel and variety of birds can be seen . Scattered Tinny traditional huts in the farm where trekkers take advantage to shelter in and kitchen team prepare the hot lunch which create feeling as if we are lost in the world of semi desert .

Day 04 & 05 : Jaisalmer , ( Golden city ) Leave early morning from the campsite , We take diversion to visit the world famous temple of rat ( Karni Temple at Deshnukh ) and drive to Bikaner to join the main highway .After a 6 hour drive, you will reach Jaisalmer in the afternoon, bewitching citadel at the gate of the desert. It is a former step to the caravan roads, a very charming place : you can have a stroll in the market, see the sunset near to Gadi Sar, a kind of lake. Night in a hotel ( Type of Haveli ) out of city. The day after, visit the Jains temples and the havelis in the low city. In the afternoon, start driving to Jodhpur (6 hours). On the way we will visit some rural villages and meet the people , evening arrive Jodhpur , Night in a hotel .

Day 05 & 06 : Jodhpur ( Blue city ) Jodhpur is the second most populated city in Rajasthan. stand at the edge of Thar Desert .One of the most impressive fort, built in the 15th century , dominating the city built in red stone,Visit of the Mehrangar fort, and the Jaswant Thada white marble tomb, then stroll in the Sadar Bazar of the blue city. Jodhpur is fondly refered to as the ‘blue city ’ because of indigo coloured houses in the old town ,Traditionally , blue signified home are Brahmanas . One can view nicely these houses from the ramparts of the Meharangarh which looms high above the buzzing city ; Night in same hotel.

Day 07 : Jodhpur to Ranakpur Via Jojawar 150kms . Departure early morning , on the way we will visit some tribal villages in Jojawar on the foot of Arawali and continue to Ranakpur, one of the most important pilgrimage place for the Jains., situated in a quite and beautiful remote valley of the Mount Arawali. The main telmple is Choumukha or four faced temple which is dedicated to Adinath . It has been built in 1439 , superbly crafted and well kept temple has 29 halls and 1444 pillars and donot have similarity to each other . Night in hotel in peaceful valley . hotel.

Day 08 : Trekking in the Arawallis mountains A 5 to 6 hour walk in the region to explore the rural hamlets , life of the habitants and wild life in sanctury , Night in hotel.or guest house.

Day 09 : Udaipur After 3 hours driving through the mountains road , we reach one of the most charming city in Rajasthan : Udaipur is situated on the bank of Pithola lake and high hills around. visit of the City Palace, walk in the bazar,(Optional boating on the lake ). Night in a charming haveli with white marble facing to the lake.

Day 10 : Udaipur to Pushkar , 300kms , 6 hours , Afternoon arrive at Pushkar , check in hotel and visit the holy town . According to the legend , the sacred lake of Pushkar sprang up at the spot where Brahma ( Lord of creation ) dropped a lotus flower from the sky , It is very important pilgrimage centre of Hindu and its saying that devotee should visit at least once in life time, There are large number of Sadhu who mainely congregate around the lake and temples . Sevaral Ghats runs to the lake where pilgrims are constantly taking bath in holy water of lake Pushkar is world famous for its spectacular Camel fair Which take place here in Month of kartika ( on Full moon ) according to Hindu calendar

Day 11 : Jaipur , 125kms. Departure to the Pink city, capital of the State. Transfer to hotel, and then visit the Amber fort, 10 km far from Jaipur : it is an impressive fort built in a scenic place. This has been the capital of the Kachwahas for 5 centuries until Jaipur, built again in 1727, became capital itself. In the afternoon, visit of the observatory and City Palace. Night in a charming Rajput palace, converted in family hotel.

Day 12 : Jaipur to:Fathepur Sikri - Bharatpur Early morning, departure to Fathepur Sikri, 4 hours drive. It was the former capital of the Mogul Emperor Akhbar in the 15th century.,after lunch drive to Bharatpur, one of the most important ornithological reserve in India with more than 400 different kinds of birds! You can visit by walk or cycle. Night in Bharatpur.

Day 13 : Agra After a 1:30 hrs drive, reach Agra. Discover the Taj Mahal, sumptuous white marble tomb , one of the most beautiful piece of Mugal art. It has been built by Shah Jahan Emperor in 17th century for his wife. Visit Agra Fort, O/N in Agra.

Day 14 : Agra to Delhi Drive after breakfast to Delhi for 4 to 5 hours , Half day sight seeing, or free day in Delhi O/N in hotel . Evening or early morning transfer to airport , flight to onward destination . Best Time : September – April.

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