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10 Nights of the Best of Rajasthan and Agra

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Ajmer Sharif (Road trip – 450 km, covered in 9 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Udaipur and on the way you will stop over at Ajmer and Pushkar.
  3. On arriving in Ajmer, you will head to the Dargah Khwaja Gharib Nawaz, which is a revered holy place for both Hindus and Muslims. In fact, there is an age old saying that those who pray with pure faith, the Dargah will free their soul. After this, you will head to Pushkar, which is an ancient town and an important pilgrimage place for the Hindus. Here you will see the Pushkar Lake and Brahma temple, it is the only one of its kind in the world. After the revering tour, lunch will be served, thereafter, you head again towards Udaipur.
  4. Once you arrive in, you will be checked in and left to unwind for the day.

Day 7 – Explore the City of Lakes

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your scrumptious breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day taking in the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  3. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 8 – Farewell to Udaipur, as you head towards the Blue City via Kumbhalgarh and Ranakpur (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hrs)

  1. Your delectable breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Jodhpur, the Blue City.
  3. On the way, you will visit Kumbhalgarh, it is Rajasthan’s highest and most formidable fort. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. After the grandeur of Kumbhalgarh, the winding roads would lead you to the famous Jain temples of Ranakpur. The temple was constructed in the 14th century by a minister of the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The exquisite carving and the architecture of the temples are extremely engaging.

Day 9 – Explore the Blue City and the famous Bishnoi village

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs, thereafter, the driver will whisk you away to tour Jodhpur in all its magnificence.
  2. You will be taken to see the milky white memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, known as Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899 in intricately carved jaalis with portraits of rulers dating back to the 13th century. You will also be taken to see the impenetrable Mehrangarh Fort, within are many palaces, a magnificent display of royal artifacts.
  3. At noon, you will be taken to the famous Bishnoi village, where you will check into an air
  4. After you freshen up, you can grab a quick lunch and head for a jeep safari in the Bishnoi village, where you experience the uniqueness of the villagers.
  5. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the huts for the dinner and rest.

Day 10 – Farewell Blue City as you head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you from7.30 hrs onwards
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Jodhpur airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 11 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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15 Nights Classic Rajasthan

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Ajmer Sharifen route to Pushkar (Road trip – 150 km, covered in 3 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Pushkar.
  3. On the way, you will first stop at the Dargah Gharib Nawaz in Ajmer, which is a revered holy place for both Hindus and Muslims. In fact, there is an age old saying that pray with pure faith and the Dargah will free their soul.
  4. After which, you will head to Pushkar, an ancient town and an important Hindu pilgrimage place.
  5. Once in Pushkar, you will be checked in, where you can rejuvenate for the next adventure. Later, you will be taken around to see the Pushkar Lake and the Brahma temple, it is the only one in the world. There are a few other ancient temples which would be visited.
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill of this enigmatic town, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Head to the City of Lakes, via Chittorgarh (Road trip of 450 km, covered in 9 hours)

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out efficiently and will head towards Udaipur, on the way you will visit Chittorgarh.
  3. The Chittorgarh fort is majestic and it has witnessed many significant gory battles in the past and if it could speak, it would tell you tales of valour and grace.
  4. After this breathtaking fortress, you will head on to Udaipur where you would be checked into your hotel for the night.

Day 8 – Explore the City of Lakes

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your scrumptious breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day taking in the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  3. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 9 – Farewell to Udaipur, as you head towards the Blue City via Kumbhalgarh and Ranakpur (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hrs)

  1. Your delectable breakfast in Udaipur awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Jodhpur, the Blue City.
  3. On the way, you will visit Kumbhalgarh, it is Rajasthan’s highest and most formidable fort. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. After the grandeur of Kumbhalgarh, the winding roads would lead you to the famous Jain temples of Ranakpur. The temple was constructed in the 14th century by a minister of the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The exquisite carving and the architecture of the temples are extremely engaging.
  4. When you arrive in Jodhpur, you will be checked in and left to unwind for the day.

Day 10 – Explore the Blue City and the famous Bishnoi village

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs, thereafter, the driver will whisk you away to tour Jodhpur in all its magnificence.
  2. You will be taken to see the milky white memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, known as Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899 in intricately carved jaalis with portraits of rulers dating back to the 13th century. You will also be taken to see the impenetrable Mehrangarh Fort, within are many palaces, a magnificent display of royal artifacts.
  3. At noon, you will be taken to the famous Bishnoi village, where you will check into an air
  4. After you freshen up, you can grab a quick lunch and head for a jeep safari in the Bishnoi village, where you experience the uniqueness of the villagers.
  5. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the huts for the dinner and rest.

Day 11 – Head to Jaisalmer

(Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hours)

  1. After a delicious breakfast, you will be checked out and head towards Jaisalmer, on the way, there would be a quick halt at Osiyan.
  2. Osiyan is also known as the ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan’, with its many exotic and exquisitely carved temples.
  3. Once you arrive in Jaisalmer, you will be checked into the hotel where you can unwind till the evening. Later you can explore the maze like lanes of Jaisalmer.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – The Golden City and the Dunes

  1. Breakfast would be served from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After breakfast, you will be taken around Jaisalmer, the Golden City of Rajasthan. The golden, wondrous Sonar fort is constructed from yellow sandstone, hence the name. It is one of few forts where people still live in. The fort has beautiful Havelis within with windows and balconies with intricately carved screens. The Lake Gadisar is another picturesque spot and the museum houses many artifacts pertaining to the area.
  3. Then you will take a break for lunch, after which you would leave for the sand dunes at Khuri village, which is 50 km from Jaisalmer. You will experience the mesmerizing sunset while on a camel safari in the captivating desert.
  4. After this exciting day, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 13 – Farewell Golden City, as you head to Bikaner, via Ramdeora and Kheechan (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. Breakfast would await you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bikaner, a road trip covering 300 km in 5 hours with stop overs in Ramdeora and Kheechan.
  3. Ramdeora is a village that was named after Baba Ramdevji, a Tanwar Rajput and a saint who took Samādhi in 1384 CE, at the age of 33 years. Maharaj Ganga Singhji of Bikaner constructed a temple around the samadhi in 1931 AD.
  4. Kheechan is a village which is the apt example of how community working can accomplish the most unimaginable feats. In 1970, one man’s effort to feed ‘pigeons’ led him to feed a dozen Demoiselle Cranes who year after year only increased and soon the community helped him with this task leading to the cranes flocking in thousands to the village as the migratory halt through August to March.
  5. Once you reach Bikaner, you will be checked into the hotel where you can freshen up and later you will head out to take a look around the city.
  6. Bikaner is also known for its exemplary architecture as seen in the forts, palaces and the temples. The Jalgarh Fort, built in the 16th century, is one of the finest example of the paradox between medieval military architecture and the beautiful, ornate interior decoration. The famous Junagarh Fort though lesser visited, is another architectural marvel of the region. At first glance, the fort looks like any other however, once you enter the beautiful courtyards, the ornate palaces with differing colours, and in fact one particular palace called Anup Mahal has an entire wall touched with real gold. Apart from the architecture, Bikaner also has a camel habitat and one does see camels being used in the day to day tasks. There is also the fascinating Deshnoke temple which is also considered an unexplained marvel because there are rats that never leave the space and are actually worshipped.
  7. After this fascinating trip, you can return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 14 – Bid farewell to Bikaner as you head to Mandawa, via Fatehpur (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Breakfast would await you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will check out and head towards Mandawa, a Shekhawati village.
  3. On the way to Mandawa, you will visit Fatehpur village.
  4. Once you reach Mandawa, you will be checked in to the hotel where you can freshen up.
  5. After breakfast you leave for Mandawa. On the way you will visit Fatehpur village. Arrive in Mandawa; check in into your hotel. Later you take a tour of the mansions or painted havelis of Mandawa. The residences of rich merchants, who have migrated from the region, these houses have beautiful fresco paintings on their walls. You can also see the traditional lifestyle of the local people. Return to your hotel to stay overnight.

Day 15 – Farewell Mandawa, as you head back to Delhi

(Road trip of 265 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you from7.30 hrs onwards
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, you will be checked into the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 16 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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12 Nights Best of Rajasthan with Agra and Jaisalmer Tours

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Ajmer Sharif and Pushkar en route to the City of Lakes, Udaipur (Road trip – 450 km, covered in 9 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Udaipur.
  3. On the way, you will first stop at the Dargah Gharib Nawaz in Ajmer, which is a revered holy place for both Hindus and Muslims. In fact, there is an age old saying that pray with pure faith and the Dargah will free their soul.
  4. After Ajmer, you will visit Pushkar, an ancient town and an important Hindu pilgrimage place. Here you will be taken around to see the Pushkar Lake and the Brahma temple, it is the only one in the world. Lunch awaits you in this fascinating town, thereafter you get back onto the road to head towards Udaipur.
  5. You will arrive in Udaipur in time for dinner and a relaxing evening to yourself, once you finish your check in.

Day 7 – Explore the City of Lakes

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your scrumptious breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day taking in the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  3. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 8 – Farewell to Udaipur, as you head towards the Blue City via Kumbhalgarh and Ranakpur

(Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hrs)

  1. Your delectable breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Jodhpur, the Blue City.
  3. On the way, you will visit Kumbhalgarh, it is Rajasthan’s highest and most formidable fort. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. After the grandeur of Kumbhalgarh, the winding roads would lead you to the famous Jain temples of Ranakpur. The temple was constructed in the 14th century by a minister of the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The exquisite carving and the architecture of the temples are extremely engaging.

Day 9 – Explore the Blue City and the famous Bishnoi village

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs, thereafter, the driver will whisk you away to tour Jodhpur in all its magnificence.
  2. You will be taken to see the milky white memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, known as Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899 in intricately carved jaalis with portraits of rulers dating back to the 13th century. You will also be taken to see the impenetrable Mehrangarh Fort, within are many palaces, a magnificent display of royal artifacts.
  3. At noon, you will be taken to the famous Bishnoi village, where you will check into an air
  4. After you freshen up, you can grab a quick lunch and head for a jeep safari in the Bishnoi village, where you experience the uniqueness of the villagers.
  5. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the huts for the dinner and rest.

Day 10 – Head to Jaisalmer (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hours)

  1. After a delicious breakfast, you will be checked out and head towards Jaisalmer, on the way, there would be a quick halt at Osiyan.
  2. Osiyan is also known as the ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan’, with its many exotic and exquisitely carved temples.
  3. Once you arrive in Jaisalmer, you will be checked into the hotel where you can unwind till the evening. Later you can explore the maze like lanes of Jaisalmer.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 11 – The Golden City and the Dunes

  1. Breakfast would be served from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After breakfast, you will be taken around Jaisalmer, the Golden City of Rajasthan. The golden, wondrous Sonar fort is constructed from yellow sandstone, hence the name. It is one of few forts where people still live in. The fort has beautiful Havelis within with windows and balconies with intricately carved screens. The Lake Gadisar is another picturesque spot and the museum houses many artifacts pertaining to the area.
  3. Then you will take a break for lunch, after which you would leave for the sand dunes at Khuri village, which is 50 km from Jaisalmer. You will experience the mesmerizing sunset while on a camel safari in the captivating desert.
  4. After this exciting day, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – Farewell Golden City as you head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you from7.30 hrs onwards
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Jaisalmer airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 13 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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12 Nights Best of Rajasthan with Agra and Varanasi Tours

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the Ajmer Sharif and Pushkar en route to the Blue City, Jodhpur (Road trip – 325 km, covered in 6 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Jodhpur.
  3. On the way, you will first stop at the Dargah Gharib Nawaz in Ajmer, which is a revered holy place for both Hindus and Muslims. In fact, there is an age old saying that pray with pure faith and the Dargah will free their soul.
  4. After Ajmer, you will visit Pushkar, an ancient town and an important Hindu pilgrimage place. Here you will be taken around to see the Pushkar Lake and the Brahma temple, it is the only one in the world. Lunch awaits you in this fascinating town, thereafter you get back onto the road to head towards Jodhpur.
  5. You will arrive in Jodhpur in time for dinner and a relaxing evening to yourself, once you finish your check in.

Day 7 – Explore the Blue City and the famous Bishnoi village

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs, thereafter, the driver will whisk you away to tour Jodhpur in all its magnificence.
  2. You will be taken to see the milky white mem\rial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, known as Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899 in intricately carved jaalis with portraits of rulers dating back to the 13th century. You will also be taken to see the impenetrable Mehrangarh Fort, within are many palaces, a magnificent display of royal artifacts.
  3. At noon, you will be taken to the famous Bishnoi village, where you will check into an air
  4. After you freshen up, you can grab a quick lunch and head for a jeep safari in the Bishnoi village, where you experience the uniqueness of the villagers.
  5. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the huts for the dinner and rest.

Day 8 – Farewell to Jodhpur, as you head towards the City of Lakes via Ranakpur and Kumbhalgarh(Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hrs)

  1. Your delectable breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Udaipur, the City of Lakes.
  3. On the way, you will stop at the famous Jain temples of Ranakpur. The temple was constructed in the 14th century by a minister of the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The exquisite carving and the architecture of the temples are extremely engaging.After the grandeur of Ranakpur, the winding road will take you to visit Kumbhalgarh, it is Rajasthan’s highest and most formidable fort. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap.

Day 9 – Explore the City of Lakes

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your scrumptious breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day taking in the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  3. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 10 – Head to one of the World’s oldest inhabited city, Varanasi, via Delhi

  1. Your morning starts at 7.30 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will leave for Udaipur airport, to board your flight toVaranasi, via Delhi.
  3. Varanasi is known to be 2500 years old or older. It was founded by King Kashya as Kashi in 1200 B.C.
  4. On arriving in Varanasi, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  5. In the evening, you can step out into the timeless lanes of Varanasi, explore the local gastronomical delights.
  6. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 11 – Explore the rustic lanes of Varanasi and the birth place of Buddhism, Sarnath

  1. At 05:45 hrs you will head to the mystic River Ganga for an early morning boat ride. The Ganga is considered the most sacred river for the Hindus, hence as you move along at that hour, you will notice many Hindu rituals unravelling before you. Some pilgrims would be taking the early morning dip with the ritualistic offering of prayers, flowers. The air, at the time is infused with multiple incense smells, leaving the entire experience rather surreal and serene for onlookers, apart from being a photographers’ delight.
  2. After this exhilarating experience, you will return to the hotel for the much deserved breakfast and refreshing.
  3. The afternoon would be spent exploring the unexplored like the Sarnath Temple, the seed of Buddhism as we know it today. This was where the Gautam Buddha first delivered his sermon to his followers. You would also see the different Stupas, essential to Buddhism among which the famous Ashoka Stupa is one.
  4. In the evening, you can relive the magic of Varanasi through a boat ride along with the renowned Ganga Aarti on the Ghat.
  5. After the excitement from the day overwhelms you, you can return to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 12 - Farewell Ancient city of Varanasi, head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in the ancient Hindu city of Varanasi awaits you at 7.30 hrs. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Varanasi airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  2. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  3. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  4. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 13 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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17th Nights Rajasthan, Agra and Varanasi tours

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to Mandawa (Road Trip – 265km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to Mandawa.
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Mandawa would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local mansions and havelis of Shekhawati. These belong to the local business families who migrated to larger cities to expand or set up work but they never forgot their roots and the havelis are evidence of it. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the local.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – En route to Bikaner, via Fatehpur village (Road trip – 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Breakfast would await you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bikaner, on the way you will visit Fatehpur village.
  3. Once you reach Bikaner, you will be checked into the hotel where you can freshen up and later you will head out to take a look around the city.
  4. Bikaner is also known for its exemplary architecture as seen in the forts, palaces and the temples. The Jalgarh Fort, built in the 16th century, is one of the finest example of the paradox between medieval military architecture and the beautiful, ornate interior decoration. The famous Junagarh Fort though lesser visited, is another architectural marvel of the region. At first glance, the fort looks like any other however, once you enter the beautiful courtyards, the ornate palaces with differing colours, and in fact one particular palace called Anup Mahal has an entire wall touched with real gold. Apart from the architecture, Bikaner also has a camel habitat and one does see camels being used in the day to day tasks. There is also the fascinating Deshnoke temple which is also considered an unexplained marvel because there are rats that never leave the space and are actually worshipped.
  5. After this fascinating trip, you can return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 4 – Head towards the Golden City, via Kheechan and Ramdeora (Road trip – 300 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After a healthy breakfast, you will be checked out to head to the Golden City, Jaisalmer, on the way you will visit Kheechan and Ramdeora.
  2. Kheechan is a village which is the apt example of how community working can accomplish the most unimaginable feats. In 1970, one man’s effort to feed ‘pigeons’ led him to feed a dozen Demoiselle Cranes who year after year only increased and soon the community helped him with this task leading to the cranes flocking in thousands to the village as the migratory halt through August to March.
  3. Ramdeora is a village that was named after Baba Ramdevji, a Tanwar Rajput and a saint who took Samādhi in 1384 CE, at the age of 33 years. Maharaj Ganga Singhji of Bikaner constructed a temple around the samadhi in 1931 AD.
  4. Once you arrive in Jaisalmer, you will be checked into the hotel and left to unwind till the evening.
  5. In the evening, you can set out to explore this desert city and once you are done, you can return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 5 – The Golden City and the Dunes

  1. Breakfast would be served from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After breakfast, you will be taken around Jaisalmer, the Golden City of Rajasthan. The golden, wondrous Sonar fort is constructed from yellow sandstone, hence the name. It is one of few forts where people still live in. The fort has beautiful Havelis within with windows and balconies with intricately carved screens. The Lake Gadisar is another picturesque spot and the museum houses many artifacts pertaining to the area.
  3. Then you will take a break for lunch, after which you would leave for the sand dunes at Khuri village, which is 50 km from Jaisalmer. You will experience the mesmerizing sunset while on a camel safari in the captivating desert.
  4. After this exciting day, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 6 – Head to the Blue city, via Osiyan (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After a delicious breakfast, you will be checked out and head towards the Blue City, Jodhpur, on the way, there would be a quick halt at Osiyan.
  2. Osiyan is also known as the ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan’, with its many exotic and exquisitely carved temples.
  3. Once you arrive in Jodhpur, you will be checked into the hotel where you can unwind till the evening. Later you can explore the glorious lanes of Jodhpur.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore the Blue City

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs, thereafter, the driver will whisk you away to tour Jodhpur in all its magnificence.
  2. You will be taken to see the milky white memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, known as Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899 in intricately carved jaalis with portraits of rulers dating back to the 13th century. You will also be taken to see the impenetrable Mehrangarh Fort, within are many palaces, a magnificent display of royal artifacts.
  3. After this enamoring trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 8 – Farewell to Jodhpur, as you head towards the City of Lakes via Ranakpur and Kumbhalgarh(Road trip of 280 km, covered in 5 hrs)

  1. Your delectable breakfast in Jodhpur awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Udaipur, the City of Lakes.
  3. On the way, you will visit Kumbhalgarh, it is Rajasthan’s highest and most formidable fort. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. After the grandeur of Kumbhalgarh, the winding roads would lead you to the famous Jain temples of Ranakpur. The temple was constructed in the 14th century by a minister of the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The exquisite carving and the architecture of the temples are extremely engaging.
  4. When you arrive in Udaipur, you will be checked in and left to unwind for the day.

Day 9 – Explore the City of Lakes

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your scrumptious breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day taking in the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  3. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 10 – Head to Pushkar, via Chittorgarh (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. A hearty breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out efficiently and will head towards Pushkar, on the way you will visit Chittorgarh.
  3. The Chittorgarh fort is majestic and it has witnessed many significant gory battles in the past and if it could speak, it would tell you tales of valour and grace.
  4. After this breathtaking fortress, you will head on to Pushkar where you would be checked into your hotel to freshen up.
  5. Later, you will be taken around to see the Pushkar Lake and the Brahma temple, it is the only one in the world. There are a few other ancient temples which would be visited.
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill of this enigmatic town, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 11 – Head to the Pink City, Jaipur, via Ajmer (Road trip of 150 km, covered in 3 hours)

  1. You may head for a healthy breakfast from 7.30 am onwards.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out of the hotel and on your way to the beautiful Pink City. On the way you will visit the Dargah of Moin
  3. Once you reach Jaipur, you will be checked into your hotel where you can freshen up.
  4. After that, you would be taken to the famous Monkey Temple, Galta ji. It is a prehistoric holy pilgrimage place for the Hindus. The vast complex nestles in the Aravali and has several temples and ponds within it. It has also become home to monkeys who walk around in armies, unabashed. Next you will visit the beautiful Birla Temple, it is constructed in white marble and is dedicated to the Lord Narayan. The architecture is a blend of Rajasthani, South Indian and Utkala temple architecture.
  5. After this exhilarating trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 13 – Bid Adieu to the Pink City and head to the Land of the Taj (Agra) (Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Land of the Taj, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Agra, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  6. You would reach Agra in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 14 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 15 – Head to one of the World’s oldest inhabited city, Varanasi, via Delhi

  1. Your morning starts at 7.30 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, you will start your journey towards Delhi, which would be a 4 hour drive to cover 200 km. The connecting flight to Varanasi is in the evening. Varanasi is known to be 2500 years old or older. It was founded by King Kashya as Kashi in 1200 B.C.
  3. On arriving in Varanasi, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. In the evening, you can step out into the timeless lanes of Varanasi, explore the local gastronomical delights.
  5. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 16 – Explore the rustic lanes of Varanasi and the birth place of Buddhism, Sarnath

  1. At 5.45 hrs, you will head to the mystic River Ganga for an early morning boat ride. The Ganga is considered the most sacred river for the Hindus, hence as you move along at that hour, you will notice many Hindu rituals unravelling before you. Some pilgrims would be taking the early morning dip with the ritualistic offering of prayers, flowers. The air, at the time is infused with multiple incense smells, leaving the entire experience rather surreal and serene for onlookers, apart from being a photographers’ delight.
  2. After this exhilarating experience, you will return to the hotel for the much deserved breakfast and refreshing.
  3. The afternoon would be spent exploring the unexplored like the Sarnath Temple, the seed of Buddhism as we know it today. This was where the Gautam Buddha first delivered his sermon to his followers. You would also see the different Stupas, essential to Buddhism among which the famous Ashoka Stupa is one.
  4. In the evening, you can relive the magic of Varanasi through a boat ride along with the renowned Ganga Aarti on the Ghat.
  5. After the excitement from the day overwhelms you, you can return to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 17 - Farewell Ancient city of Varanasi, head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in the ancient Hindu city of Varanasi awaits you at 5.45 hrs. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Varanasi airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  2. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  3. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  4. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 18 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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19 Nights Fort and Palaces of Rajasthan Tours

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Land of the Taj (Road Trip – 200km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Taj
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Agra would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local gastronomy. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the locales on your own or have the car take you around.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 4 – Bid Adieu to the Land of the Taj and head to the Pink City (Jaipur)(Road Trip – 250 km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Pink City, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Jaipur, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach the Pink City in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Head to the quaint, little village of Samode(Road trip – 50 km, covered in 1 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, if you have some unexplored places, you can cover those and around noon you will start your journey towards the quaint little village of Samode.
  3. On arriving in Samode, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. Once you are ready, you can step out to explore the beauty of this little village. It belongs to one of the principal families of the ‘Kacchawa’ clan from Amber. Their palace and bagh or gardens are exquisitely designed.
  5. In the evening, you can visit the local village folk and understand how they live.
  6. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – On to Roopangarh(Road trip – 150 km, covered in 3 hours)

  1. After a hearty breakfast, you will be checked out and heading to Roopangarh.It was originally built by Maharaja Roop Singh in the 17th Century on top of a hill. The strategic positioning was to enable the ruler of Kishangarh to control the trade route to the Sambhar Salt Lake. Today, it is run as a hotel with very few changes both inside and out. The fort did witness many additions with succeeding rulers. Within the walls lie granaries, armouries, jails and palaces.
  2. After this trip, back in time, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 8 – The grand Devigarh, via Pushkar (Road trip – 300 km, covered in 6 hours)

  1. Once you get done with breakfast, you will be checked out to head onto Devigarh.
  2. Devigarh is outside Udaipur, in a small town, Delwara. After the battle of Haldighati, Maharana Pratap gave the principality of Delwara to Raja Sajja Singh.
  3. On the way to Devigarh, you will visit Pushkar, an ancient town and an important Hindu pilgrimage place. Here you will be taken around to see the Pushkar Lake and the Brahma temple, it is the only one in the world.
  4. After the exhilarating trip, you get back onto the road to head to Devigarh.
  5. Once you arrive, you will be checked in and left to unwind.

Day 9 – The enchanting Udaipur

  1. After a hearty breakfast, you will be taken to tour the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  2. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to Devigarh for a restful sleep.

Day 10 – Onto the overpowering Kumbhalgarh, via Ranakpur (Road trip of 150 km, covered in 3 hours)

  1. After a delectable breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to Kumbhalgarh.
  2. En route Kumbhalgarh, you will visit Ranakpur and its famous Jain temples. The temple was constructed in the 14th century by a minister of the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The exquisite carving and the architecture of the temples are extremely engaging.
  3. When you arrive in Kumbhalgarh, you will be checked into the hotel where you can freshen up.
  4. Later in the evening, while you explore the locales, you can visit the towering Kumbhalgarh fort, it is Rajasthan’s highest and most formidable fort. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. This overpowering structure was built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha. It is a World Heritage Site.
  5. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for a peaceful night.

Day 11 – Onto Jojawar (Road trip – 100 km, covered in 2 hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to Jojawar, in the past it was a major principality to the Marwar family. Given the title of Rao, the family bestowed by this fiefdom, looked after it for 200 years after its construction in the 18th century. Today, the Rawla operates as a heritage hotel after being restored into its old world charm. You can explore the village around, opt for a jeep safari into the nearby jungles to sight the Blue bull, hyenas and leopards or bask by their pool side. Winters are a good time to spot water fowls in the close water bodies.
  2. Evenings will be in the hotel, catching up over some good conversation, mixed with sumptuous meals and dancing.

Day 12 – Head on to Rohet garh (Road trip – 100 km, covered in 2 hours)

  1. After a hearty breakfast, you bid farewell to Jojawar as you head onto more unexplored old world charms, Rohet garh. Another principality of the royals of Marwar, Rohetgarh dates back to the 17th century. In its 400 years of existence, it has seen many battles and struggles through the several generations of the family that lived within its walls. In 1990, it was painstakingly restored and converted into a heritage hotel which offers the splendors of yesteryears, operated by the family itself. It is by a serene lakeside and you get to spot many birds, you can also opt to take a ride around on the horses kept there or explore the village, talk to the locals, understand how they live.
  2. Evenings will be at the hotel, where you can opt for dinner under the open sky or in the dining area.

Day 13 – The regal Fort Luni, via Jodhpur (Road trip – 100 km, covered in 2 hours)

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs, thereafter you will be checked out and on your way to Fort Luni, on the way you will take a tour of the beautiful Blue City, Jodhpur.
  2. You will be taken to see the milky white memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, known as Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899 in intricately carved jaalis with portraits of rulers dating back to the 13th century. You will also be taken to see the impenetrable Mehrangarh Fort, within are many palaces, a magnificent display of royal artifacts.
  3. Once you reach Luni, you will be checked into your hotel and left to freshen up.
  4. After that, you will be taken to see the regal Fort Chanwa Luni, a blend of symmetry with elegance. The fort is made out of red sandstone from Jodhpur with ornately carved jharokhas. The structure within has courtyards, towers, stables, passages, leading to rooftops which give you a beautiful overview of the village below.
  5. Once you are done enjoying this lovely fort, you will head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 14 – Off to the Golden City, Jaisalmer (Road trip – 350 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. After a delicious breakfast, you will be checked out and head towards Jaisalmer, on the way, there would be a quick halt at Osiyan.
  2. Osiyan is also known as the ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan’, with its many exotic and exquisitely carved temples.
  3. Once you arrive in Jaisalmer, you will be checked into the hotel where you can unwind till the evening. Later you can explore the maze like lanes of Jaisalmer.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 15 – The Golden City and the Dunes

  1. Breakfast would be served from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After breakfast, you will be taken around Jaisalmer, the Golden City of Rajasthan. The golden, wondrous Sonar fort is constructed from yellow sandstone, hence the name. It is one of few forts where people still live in. The fort has beautiful Havelis within with windows and balconies with intricately carved screens. The Lake Gadisar is another picturesque spot and the museum houses many artifacts pertaining to the area.
  3. Then you will take a break for lunch, after which you would leave for the sand dunes at Khuri village, which is 50 km from Jaisalmer. You will experience the mesmerizing sunset while on a camel safari in the captivating desert.
  4. After this exciting day, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 16 – Head towards Khimsar, via Ramdeora and Kheechan (Road trip – 400 km, covered in 71/2 hours)

  1. After a healthy breakfast, you will be checked out to head to Khimsar, on the way you will visit Ramdeora and Kheechan.
  2. Ramdeora is a village that was named after Baba Ramdevji, a Tanwar Rajput and a saint who took Samādhi in 1384 CE, at the age of 33 years. Maharaj Ganga Singhji of Bikaner constructed a temple around the samadhi in 1931 AD.
  3. Kheechan is a village which is the apt example of how community working can accomplish the most unimaginable feats. In 1970, one man’s effort to feed ‘pigeons’ led him to feed a dozen Demoiselle Cranes who year after year only increased and soon the community helped him with this task leading to the cranes flocking in thousands to the village as the migratory halt through August to March.
  4. Once you arrive in Khimsar, you will be checked into the hotel and left to unwind till the evening.
  5. In the evening, you can set out to explore this small yet prominent principality of the royal family of Marwar. The Fort of Khimsar was constructed in the 16th century by Rao Karamsiji, the eighth son of the founder of Jodhpur.
  6. Once you are done, you can return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 17 – On to Bikaner (Road trip – 160 km, covered in 3 hours)

  1. Breakfast would await you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bikaner.
  3. Once you reach Bikaner, you will be checked into the hotel where you can freshen up and later you will head out to take a look around the city.
  4. Bikaner is also known for its exemplary architecture as seen in the forts, palaces and the temples. The Jalgarh Fort, built in the 16th century, is one of the finest example of the paradox between medieval military architecture and the beautiful, ornate interior decoration. The famous Junagarh Fort though lesser visited, is another architectural marvel of the region. At first glance, the fort looks like any other however, once you enter the beautiful courtyards, the ornate palaces with differing colours, and in fact one particular palace called Anup Mahal has an entire wall touched with real gold. Apart from the architecture, Bikaner also has a camel habitat and one does see camels being used in the day to day tasks. There is also the fascinating Deshnoke temple which is also considered an unexplained marvel because there are rats that never leave the space and are actually worshipped.
  5. After this fascinating trip, you can return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 18 – En route to Mandawa, via Fatehpur village (Road trip – 250 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Breakfast would await you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out and whisked away to Mandawa, on the way you will visit Fatehpur village.
  3. Once you reach Mandawa, you will be checked into the hotel where you can freshen up and later you will head out to take a look around the city.
  4. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local mansions and havelis of Shekhawati. These belong to the local business families who migrated to larger cities to expand or set up work but they never forgot their roots and the havelis are evidence of it. Thereafter, you would also be taken to visit Nawalgarh and Dundlod, both these fiefdoms are close by and form an integral part of the Shekhawati clan.
  5. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 19 – Farewell Mandawa, as you head back to Delhi (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Your breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs onwards
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, you will be checked into the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 20 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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19 Nights Royal Rajasthan Tours

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to Mandawa (Road Trip – 265km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to Mandawa.
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Mandawa would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, our car will take you to experience the local mansions and havelis of Shekhawati. These belong to the local business families who migrated to larger cities to expand or set up work but they never forgot their roots and the havelis are evidence of it. Thereafter, if you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the local.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – En route to Bikaner, via Fatehpur village (Road trip – 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Breakfast would await you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bikaner, on the way you will visit Fatehpur village.
  3. Once you reach Bikaner, you will be checked into the hotel where you can freshen up and later you will head out to take a look around the city.
  4. Bikaner is also known for its exemplary architecture as seen in the forts, palaces and the temples. The Jalgarh Fort, built in the 16th century, is one of the finest example of the paradox between medieval military architecture and the beautiful, ornate interior decoration. The famous Junagarh Fort though lesser visited, is another architectural marvel of the region. At first glance, the fort looks like any other however, once you enter the beautiful courtyards, the ornate palaces with differing colours, and in fact one particular palace called Anup Mahal has an entire wall touched with real gold. Apart from the architecture, Bikaner also has a camel habitat and one does see camels being used in the day to day tasks. There is also the fascinating Deshnoke temple which is also considered an unexplained marvel because there are rats that never leave the space and are actually worshipped.
  5. After this fascinating trip, you can return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 4 – Head towards the Golden City, via Kheechan and Ramdeora (Road trip – 300 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After a healthy breakfast, you will be checked out to head to the Golden City, Jaisalmer, on the way you will visit Kheechan and Ramdeora.
  2. Kheechan is a village which is the apt example of how community working can accomplish the most unimaginable feats. In 1970, one man’s effort to feed ‘pigeons’ led him to feed a dozen Demoiselle Cranes who year after year only increased and soon the community helped him with this task leading to the cranes flocking in thousands to the village as the migratory halt through August to March.
  3. Ramdeora is a village that was named after Baba Ramdevji, a Tanwar Rajput and a saint who took Samādhi in 1384 CE, at the age of 33 years. Maharaj Ganga Singhji of Bikaner constructed a temple around the samadhi in 1931 AD.
  4. Once you arrive in Jaisalmer, you will be checked into the hotel and left to unwind till the evening.
  5. In the evening, you can set out to explore this desert city and once you are done, you can return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 5 – The Golden City and the Dunes

  1. Breakfast would be served from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After breakfast, you will be taken around Jaisalmer, the Golden City of Rajasthan. The golden, wondrous Sonar fort is constructed from yellow sandstone, hence the name. It is one of few forts where people still live in. The fort has beautiful Havelis within with windows and balconies with intricately carved screens. The Lake Gadisar is another picturesque spot and the museum houses many artifacts pertaining to the area.
  3. Then you will take a break for lunch, after which you would leave for the sand dunes at Khuri village, which is 50 km from Jaisalmer. You will experience the mesmerizing sunset while on a camel safari in the captivating desert.
  4. After this exciting day, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 6 – Head to the Blue city, via Osiyan (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After a delicious breakfast, you will be checked out and head towards the Blue City, Jodhpur, on the way, there would be a quick halt at Osiyan.
  2. Osiyan is also known as the ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan’, with its many exotic and exquisitely carved temples.
  3. Once you arrive in Jodhpur, you will be checked into the hotel where you can unwind till the evening. Later you can explore the glorious lanes of Jodhpur.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Explore the Blue City

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs, thereafter, the driver will whisk you away to tour Jodhpur in all its magnificence.
  2. You will be taken to see the milky white memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, known as Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899 in intricately carved jaalis with portraits of rulers dating back to the 13th century. You will also be taken to see the impenetrable Mehrangarh Fort, within are many palaces, a magnificent display of royal artifacts.
  3. After this enamoring trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 8 – Farewell to Jodhpur, as you head towards the City of Lakes via Ranakpur and Kumbhalgarh(Road trip of 280 km, covered in 5 hrs)

  1. Your delectable breakfast in Jodhpur awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you will head towards Udaipur, the City of Lakes.
  3. On the way, you will visit Kumbhalgarh, it is Rajasthan’s highest and most formidable fort. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. After the grandeur of Kumbhalgarh, the winding roads would lead you to the famous Jain temples of Ranakpur. The temple was constructed in the 14th century by a minister of the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, Rana Kumbha. The exquisite carving and the architecture of the temples are extremely engaging.
  4. When you arrive in Udaipur, you will be checked in and left to unwind for the day.

Day 9 – Explore the City of Lakes

  1. At 7.30 hrs, enjoy your scrumptious breakfast.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch so you can spend your day taking in the timeless beauty of Udaipur with the City Palace, Rajasthan’s largest palace. The museum here, tells tales of how Udaipur came to be, the fateful Battle of Haldighati and more. Then the 16th century Jagdish Temple, one of the finest examples of Hindu Iconography, is also Udaipur’s largest temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu.
  3. After this travel back in time and a long day, you will head back to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 10 – Head to Bundi, via Chittorgarh (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hours)

  1. A hearty breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out efficiently and will head towards Bundi, on the way you will visit Chittorgarh.
  3. The Chittorgarh fort is majestic and it has witnessed many significant gory battles in the past and if it could speak, it would tell you tales of valour and grace.
  4. After this breathtaking fortress, you will head on to enchanting Bundi, nestled in the Aravali closer to Kota.
  5. Once in Bundi, you will be checked in and left to freshen up, after which you can explore the quaint labyrinth of Bundi. The walls of the palace and fort have murals and paintings which display the skills of the artists. Most of these are original works. There are also a number of step wells, which led to it being referred as the city of step wells.
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill of this enigmatic city, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 11 – Onto the alluring Ranthambore (Road trip of 130 km, covered in 3 hours)

  1. After a sumptuous breakfast, you will check out and head to the famous Ranthambore,
  2. Once you reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  3. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 12 – India’s alluring – Ranthambhore National Park

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Ranthambore National Park, where you can either join more guests on the canter or then opt for the more private jeep, to do the safari within the park.
  2. The Ranthambore National Park is one of its kind where you will see an ancient temple, the ruins of a majestic fort and nature enveloping these structures and claiming them for itself as time passes. It is also one of the renowned spots to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Apart from the tiger, these jungles also have a variety of birds, reptiles and other animals like deer, leopards, monkeys, etc.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Ranthambore National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 13 – Bid adieu to Ranthambore as you head to Pushkar (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hours)

  1. A hearty breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out efficiently and will head towards Pushkar.
  3. On arrival in Pushkar where you would be checked into your hotel to freshen up.
  4. Later, you will be taken around to see the Pushkar Lake and the Brahma temple, it is the only one in the world. There are a few other ancient temples which would be visited.
  5. Once you have had your heart’s fill of this enigmatic town, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 14 – Head to the Pink City, Jaipur, via Ajmer (Road trip of 150 km, covered in 3 hours)

  1. You may head for a healthy breakfast from 7.30 am onwards.
  2. Post breakfast, you will be checked out of the hotel and on your way to the beautiful Pink City. On the way you will visit the Dargah of Moin
  3. Once you reach Jaipur, you will be checked into your hotel where you can freshen up.
  4. After that, you would be taken to the famous Monkey Temple, Galta ji. It is a prehistoric holy pilgrimage place for the Hindus. The vast complex nestles in the Aravali and has several temples and ponds within it. It has also become home to monkeys who walk around in armies, unabashed. Next you will visit the beautiful Birla Temple, it is constructed in white marble and is dedicated to the Lord Narayan. The architecture is a blend of Rajasthani, South Indian and Utkala temple architecture.
  5. After this exhilarating trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 15 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 16 – Head to the quaint, little village of Samode (Road trip – 50 km, covered in 1 hrs)

  1. Your morning starts at 8.00 hrs with some delectable breakfast.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, after you have checked out and loaded baggage, if you have some unexplored places, you can cover those and around noon you will start your journey towards the quaint little village of Samode.
  3. On arriving in Samode, our team will ensure another smooth check-in.
  4. Once you are ready, you can step out to explore the beauty of this little village. It belongs to one of the principal families of the ‘Kacchawa’ clan from Amber. Their palace and bagh or gardens are exquisitely designed.
  5. In the evening, you can visit the local village folk and understand how they live.
  6. Once you are done, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 17 – Bid Adieu to the quaint Samode and head to the Land of the Taj (Agra) (Road Trip – 300 km, covered over a duration of 6 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Land of the Taj, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Agra, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  6. You would reach Agra in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 18 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 19 – Farewell Agra, as you head back to Delhi (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Your breakfast awaits you from7.30 hrs onwards
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, you will be checked into the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 20 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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