The Wild Rajasthan Experience With Taj Mahal
Rajasthan continues to be one of the top travel destinations for those looking for unique animals. Tourists reserve Rajasthan vacation packages in order to pamper themselves by visiting the region’s many rich National Parks. The same treatment awaits you on our “Wilderness of Rajasthan with Taj” excursion. This tour has been specifically designed for you if you’re seeking for Rajasthan vacation packages to see the stunning National Parks of this regal state.
Beginning with the Sariska National Park in the Alwar area, the “Wilderness of Rajasthan with Taj” trip. The gorgeous tigers’ habitat, Ranthambhore National Park, is the next place you’ll go on a tour. At the Keoladeo Ghana National Park near Bharatpur, you may also take part in exciting bird watching activities. The journey concludes with a lovely visit to the Taj Mahal.
Arrival in Delhi
As you arrive at Delhi International Airport, our representative will meet and greet you at the airport. You will be then transferred to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Delhi-Sariska National Park
After breakfast at the hotel, you drive to Sariska in Rajasthan today. When you get there, check in at the hotel and then unwind for a time.
You will go to Sariska National Park in the afternoon and have a jeep safari there. In the Alwar district, there is a national park and tiger reserve. The park is covered in dry deciduous woods, mountainous terrain, and scrub-thorn desert woodlands. You may go on a jeep safari here and enjoy the views of the diverse wildlife, which includes Bengal tigers, hyenas, jackals, and jungle cats. Go back to your hotel to spend the night.
By going on a morning and an evening safari today, you will once again enjoy Sariska’s wildness even more closely. You will get the chance to see incredible wild creatures roaming about freely in their natural environment.
Go back to your hotel to spend the night.
You will be treated to one more jeep excursion into the Sariska forest after breakfast so that you can get to know the area better and explore all of its regions. After that, depart for Jaipur, Rajasthan’s gorgeous capital city, often known as the “Pink City.”
The city is renowned for its beautiful architecture and lively bazaars selling exquisite Rajasthani handicrafts, jewellery, clothing, textiles, and other items. The city has a homey appeal that transports you back in time and shares some incredible tales of the royals that previously ruled here.
As soon as you get in Jaipur, check into the hotel for the night.
You will travel to Ranthambore National Park today. Prepare for a jeep safari to Ranthambore in the afternoon. With the Banas River to the north and the Chambal River to the south, the park is surrounded by a thriving biodiversity. It’s common to see tigers in the park.
Grab a Four-Wheel Drive Gypsy and explore the park’s uncharted pathways in search of the magnificent tigers. In addition to leopards, nilgais, striped hyenas, jackals, hanuman langurs, chinkaras, etc., the park is home to Royal Bengal Tigers. Additionally, you may take in the sounds of more than 270 different bird species singing here.
You may enjoy morning and afternoon safaris in Ranthambore National Park once more today. This increases your probability of seeing the gorgeous tigers and photographing them. As they are the ones who know the path best and may assist you detect certain creatures hiding in the woods, pay attention to the directions of the guides.
Go back to your hotel to spend the night.
Ranthambhore-Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Drive to the Keoladeo Ghana National Park in Bharatpur today after breakfast. Check into the hotel as soon as you arrive, then unwind for a bit. You will go to the Keoladeo Ghana National Park in the afternoon, which is home to over 370 different bird species. In the 1850s, it served as a royal hunting preserve. Later, it was designated as a national park, and in 1985, UNESCO listed it as a World Heritage Site. Here, you take a cycle rickshaw journey to see various bird species. Go back to your hotel to spend the night.
You will return to Keoladeo Ghana National Park in the early morning hours since this is the greatest time to see a wide variety of animals in a comfortable environment. depart later for Agra. You make a pit stop in Fatehpur Sikri, the abandoned city that served as the Mughal Empire’s founding capital, on the way there.
Continue your trip to Agra, the Taj Mahal city, later. Register with the hotel when you get there. Visit the magnificent Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most picturesque structures. For his favourite queen Mumtaz Mahal, Mughal emperor Shah Jahan constructed this UNESCO World Heritage Site. After that, pay a visit to Agra Fort, another monument in Agra that is listed as a World Heritage Site and was home to the Mughal Empire for many years.
Today, a vehicle will take you to the international airport in Delhi so you may board a flight for your next stop.