Royal Tour Of Rajasthan

  • Duration: 13 Nights & 14 Days
  • Major Attractions: Forts & Palaces of Rajasthan, Taj Mahal, Thar Desert
  • Destination Covered: Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Ranakpur, Udaipur, Bundi, Jaipur, Agra

Rajasthan is a country rich in traditions, customs, and music. The state’s vibrant, friendly, welcoming, and cheerful inhabitants are its main draw. On its western side, there lies the golden Thar Desert, which is home to several forts, temples, palaces, and sand dunes from antiquity. The lakes, mountains, and step wells on the opposite side amaze us. In addition, Ranthambhore’s animals, including the tiger, as well as the birds of Bharatpur await in the woods.

The frescoes on the magnificent Havelis of Shekhawati, which are on the other side of the state, depict the magnificence of a bygone period. Additionally, Jaipur, the crown gem of Rajasthan, has kept every piece of its historical past, including the massive Amber Fort and the ornate Wind Palace. Here, every sand particle may be heard singing the well-known melody “Welcome to my country, Beloved.”

Day 1

Our representative will greet you warmly as soon as you land at the Delhi international airport. After that, help will be provided and you’ll be taken to your hotel.

Day 2

You will take part in a sightseeing trip of Delhi today after breakfast. Some of history’s greatest wonders may be seen in Delhi. You will start by admiring Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque, with all its splendour. Additionally, spent some time riding a bike rickshaw through the crowded lanes of Chandni Chowk Market. Drive through Red Fort, which served as the Mughal rulers’ primary home up until 1856.

Visit the Mughal Emperor Humayun’s tomb after lunch by going to Humayun’s Tomb. The next sight is India Gate, which is situated alongside Rajpath. A 42-meter-high military memorial called India Gate has the names of 82,000 soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War. Finally, visit Qutab Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Day 3

Leave for Mandawa in the Shekhawati area after breakfast. This lovely open-air art gallery is home to some of the wealthiest Havelis that are decorated with mesmerising paintings.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 4

You go to Bikaner on Day 4 of your Rajasthan vacation, which is situated in the Thar Desert. Start by going to the impressive Junagarh Fort that Raja Rai Singh built. Its architecture is stunning and it is built of red sandstone. You will also be escorted to a farm where camels are bred, where you will learn a lot about the process.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 5

Drive to Jaisalmer, the city with the most magnificent historical and cultural attractions, after breakfast. You will stop at the Karni Mata Temple in Deshnok en way. The place where pilgrims feed rats is referred to as the Temple of Rats.

Later, go on driving to Jaisalmer. Check into the hotel when you get there to spend the night.

Day 6

Prepare for a day trip around Jaisalmer after breakfast. Take in the sunrise at Gadsisar Lake, also called Gadisar Lake, first. Later, begin your city tour by touring the magnificent Jain temples at Golden Fort, which have both historical and religious significance. Visit some of Jaisalmer’s greatest havelis, including Salim Singh Ji Ki Haveli, Patwon Ki Haveli, and Nathmalji Ki Haveli. It would be a wonderful experience to stroll through Jaisalmer’s traditional marketplaces while admiring the historic buildings and monuments.

Sam Sand Dunes are also nearby, where you may experience a breathtaking Thar Desert safari at dusk. A traditional meal and Kalbeliya Dance performance mark the conclusion of the trip.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 7

After breakfast, depart for Jodhpur today. Visit the historic Jain trading hub of Osiyan along the way; it is full with fascinating temples. Once you arrive in Jodhpur, check into your accommodation and take some time to relax.

Prepare to tour the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, which has fine Rajasthani carvings and design. You will also see the quiet cenotaphs of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II built of Rajasthani white marble, known as Jaswant Thada.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 8

You will be treated to lovely views of the Aravalis mountain range today, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, with its lush green slopes. You will make a stop at the 15th-century Ranakpur Jain Temple before continuing on to Udaipur. These temples are renowned for their exquisite, detailed architecture. One would be in awe at Ranakpur’s carved pillars.

Continue your trip to Udaipur later and check into your hotel.

Day 9

A visit to the Jagdish Temple, a sizable Hindu temple built in the Indo-Aryan architectural style, kicks off the day. Your itinerary also features the City Palace. This massive palace complex, which tells the narrative of Mewar, was built over the course of over 400 years. Your next stop is Saheliyon Ki Bari, a large garden with fountains and relics from bygone eras. After some downtime, take a lovely boat ride on alluring Lake Pichhola to soak in the delightful surroundings.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 10

Drive to Bundi after breakfast. Stop along the way to the Menal temples, which have earned the moniker “little Khajuraho” thanks to their beautifully carved Kamasutra sculptures. Later, go on driving to Bundi. After you arrive, check into the hotel and go exploring on your own at the neighbourhood markets.

Go back to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 11

Following breakfast, you will tour the opulent Bundi Palace, which is perched on a hill. The fort’s astounding artwork and intricate construction leave visitors in awe. Not to be missed are the 84 Pillars Chhattri and the Step Wells of Bundi. Amazing views of Bundi Palace and Taragarh Fort can be seen from Nawalsagar Lake.

Take a trip to Jaipur after that. Check into the hotel when you get there to spend the night.

Day 12

The day begins with a visit to Jaipur’s city centre. The Hawa Mahal, famous for its 953 tiny windows built for royal women to observe street processions, is a great place to start the trip. Next, you’ll go to Amber Fort, one of Rajasthan’s most famous forts. To get there, you’ll need to ride an elephant. The fort, which is composed of marble and sandstone and is perched high on a hill, enhances the view of Jaipur. At Jantar Mantar, you will also discover some of the wonders of astrology. Next, you’ll take a tour of City Palace, which houses the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces.

Day 13

Leaving after breakfast for Agra. Visit the abandoned Emperor Akbar Fatehpur Sikri castle, which served as the Mughal Empire’s former capital, while travelling. Numerous historical ruins may still be seen here. Check into the hotel as soon as you get to Agra and take some time to relax.

Prepare to be awed by a visit to the magnificent Taj Mahal, a pearly white mausoleum that has been dubbed a monument to love and is situated along the Yamuna River. The Taj Mahal is one of the most remarkable and stunning structures in the world because to its architecture. Visit the Red Sandstone Agra Fort, which has a fascinating history. Up until 1638, the monarchs of the Mughal Dynasty called here their primary residence. Another World Heritage Site is the Agra Fort.

Day 14

You will depart for Delhi after breakfast, and you will be taken to the international airport to board a flight for your next destination.


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