Khajuraho With Rajasthan Grand Tour

Duration: 10 Nights & 11 Days
Major Attractions: Khajuraho Temples, Taj Mahal, Lakes of Udaipur, Jain Temples, Forts & Palaces
Destination Covered: Udaipur, Ranakpur, Jodhpur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Agra, Orchha, Khajuraho

India is the location of many colourful beauties. It is challenging to experience every facet of this nation in a single lifetime. However, if you take this “Royal Rajasthan with Artistic Khajuraho trip,” you may still get a peek of some of the outstanding ones. The journey has been cleverly designed to showcase Rajasthan’s secret royal heritage in its valuable towns. In the shape of palaces, forts, havelis, and temples, the state is home to some of the most notable historical wonders.

The excursion to Khajuraho, which contradicts the stereotype of India as an introverted country, is what makes this journey intriguing. Although the Khajuraho collection of temples is famous for its sexual buildings, it is more praised for its extraordinary creative architecture that seems impossible to accept.

Day 1

Reception at Delhi Airport

Our representative will meet and greet you as soon as you land at Delhi International Airport. After that, you’ll be driven to a hotel for the night.

Day 2

Delhi City Tour
Enjoy a city tour of Delhi after breakfast at the hotel. Beginning the journey is a stop to Humayun’s Tomb, which was built in 1570 by Humayun’s wife Haji Begum. Its outstanding Mughal architecture served as a model for the Taj Mahal’s construction. Visit India Gate, a monument constructed in 1931 in honour of World War I martyrs, following that. You will then tour the largest Red Fort, which was constructed in 1638. It is a stunning example of Mughal architecture and has grand walls, a bustling bazaar, and a nightly light and sound extravaganza. After that, admire Jama Masjid, India’s biggest mosque, for its splendor. It can accommodate 25000 devotees at a time. The day ends with a visit to Raj Ghat.
Day 3
Fly to Udaipur

Catch a flight to Udaipur this morning. When you get there, check into the hotel next to the lovely Lake Pichhola. Today, you will be given the gift of a once-in-a-lifetime experience with a refreshing sunset boat tour on the stunning Lake Pichhola. Some of this lake city’s most well-known historical attractions are seen throughout the voyage.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 4

Udaipur City Tour

Prepare for a day of exploring Udaipur’s heritage after breakfast. Visit City Palace to get a taste of Rajasthan’s regal heritage. In addition to Daawat-i-Aam, Daawat-i-Khas, and Maharani Palace, the palace is home to the royal Mewar family and features an incredible gallery and a vintage vehicle museum. Additionally, you’ll go to the Jagdish Temple, which was designed in an Indo-Aryan style. It is devoted to Lord Vishnu and is home to several little temples. The trip also includes Saheliyon Ki Bari. The Princess of Udaipur and her attendants were brought here to unwind and enjoy themselves. It has exquisite fountains, marble elephants, and a lotus pool that are all kept up.

You will be treated to a traditional Rajasthani dance performance in the evening at Bagore Ki Haveli.

Return to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 5

Drive to Jodhpur via Ranakpur (05 HRS)

Take a trip to Jodhpur, the city encompassed by the brilliant Thar Desert, in the morning after breakfast. You will see the exquisitely carved Ranakpur Jain Temples from the fifteenth century while travelling.

Later, keep driving to Jodhpur. Upon arrival, check into the hotel before going to Mehrangarh Fort, which Rao Jodha built around 1460. It has seven gates, as well as elaborate sculptures and expansive courtyards. Additionally, it has a museum that is well-stocked with antiquity. The cenotaphs of Jaswant Thada that are resting adjacent to the Mehrangarh Fort can thereafter be explored. It has been enhanced with finely cut marble sheets, and it is still worth visiting.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 6

Drive to Pushkar (04 Hours)

Drive to Pushkar, a town that exudes spirituality and peace, after breakfast. The famous Pushkar Lake, where hundreds of pilgrims go to take holy baths, borders Pushkar. Numerous temples, including the well-known Brahma Temple, are located there. The bustling bazaars of Pushkar are ideal for finding stunning Rajasthani leather goods, textiles, and jewellery. Here, you may go to the well-known Sarafa Bazar and Bada Bazar.

Check into the hotel later to spend the night.

Day 7

Drive to Jaipur (04 Hours)

You’ll depart today for Jaipur, the colourful capital of Rajasthan. Register with the hotel when you get there.

Grand palaces, immaculate lakes, tales of regal maharajas, and enticing architecture embellish the city. Spend the day touring Jaipur’s vibrant marketplaces, which are noted for offering exquisite jewellery, traditional clothing, lovely textiles, and other items. The city’s two most well-known markets are Johari Bazaar and MI Road.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 8

Jaipur City Tour
Enjoy a thrilling journey through history with a Jaipur city tour after breakfast. Amer Fort, which may be reached on an elephant’s back like a genuine monarch, is where the journey kicks off. In addition to having unrivalled design, the palace is renowned for its charming mirror work. This place is full with interesting corners. The Hawa Mahal, often referred to as the Palace of Winds, is the next architectural wonder you will see. To let royal women to participate in street activities covertly, this monument has 953 tiny windows with elaborate latticework. The well-known Jantar Mantar Observatory is also included in the trip, which was built with intriguing sculptures and architecture.
For an overnight stay, go back to your hotel.
Day 9
Drive to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri (05 HRS)

As you go for the city of love, Agra, the journey takes an intriguing turn. You make a pit stop in Fatehpur Sikri, the abandoned city that served as the Mughal Empire’s founding capital, on the way there. It is home to various magnificent historical structures, including Buland Darwaza, Jama Masjid, Salim Chishti’s Tomb, Diwan-i-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, Ibadat Khana, etc.

Later, keep driving to Agra. Check into the hotel as soon as you arrive, then unwind for a bit. Then be ready to tour the magnificent Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most picturesque structures. Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor, ordered the construction of this UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1632. It contains the grave of Mumtaz Mahal, his favourite wife.

To create this masterpiece, more than 20,000 workers were needed. Beautiful Persian and older Mughal architecture are seen there. You will next go to the ancient Agra Fort, which housed Mughal monarchs until 1638. This fort is so enormous that a walled city would be a more accurate description.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 10

Train to Jhansi (03 Hours) Drive to Orchha (30 Minutes) Drive to Khajuraho (04 Hours)

To go to Orchha in Madhya Pradesh today, board a morning train to Jhansi. This town was established in the sixteenth century and is steeped with history. Grand palaces, great temples, and spectacular cenotaphs with views of the River Betwa may be found in Orchha. After that, you’ll arrive in Khajuraho, which is still considered to be India’s most magnificent work of art. The community is what is known as a “living piece of art.”

Check in at the hotel and spend the night.

Day 11

Fly to Delhi International Departure

The Khajuraho Group of Monuments, one of history’s most valuable wonders, will be your focus today, the concluding day of your journey. These UNESCO World Heritage Sites are renowned for their portrayal of nagara-style architecture and its sexual sculptures, which leave visitors in awe. Between 950 and 1050, several temples were built. Only 25 temples still exist today. Erotic sculptures that depict various sexual emotions and daily life may be found all over the place.

From here, a transport will take you to the airport where you may board a flight to Delhi and begin making travel arrangements.




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