Royal Rajasthan Tour - Northern State of Rajasthan bore the brunt of all invaders to India & offers the glimpse of the rich heritage of India. It is also called known "Land of Great Kings" or " Kingdoms”. It is home for the Thar Desert /"Rajasthan Desert" / "Great Indian Desert". The state is popular for the most flourishing industry of tourism in India. The palaces of Jaipur and Ajmer-Pushkar, the lakes of Udaipur, the desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer rank among the most preferred destinations in India. Many old and neglected Palaces and Forts have been converted into heritage hotels. Rajasthan is famous for its Forts, intricately Carved Temples & decorated Havelies (small palaces) which were built by Rajput kings in pre-Muslim era Rajasthan.
Arrival at IGI Airport Delhi & transfer to Udaipur at hotel. After some rest proceed to pre lunch sightseeing of Udaipur which includes- Lake Pichola, Udaipur City Palace.
Transfer from Delhi via NH 79. A distance of 689 Km covered in approximately 12 hours by road. It is also connected by Air (01 hr) & Trains (10-12 hrs) from Delhi.
Udaipur – Udaipur known as the “Venice of the East” and also the “City of Lakes”, Udaipur boasts of a large number of heritage buildings of India.
Lake Pichola – The alluring Lake Pichola, built in 1362 AD, is the birthplace of the city of Udaipur. With a curse by a tightrope walker and other such stories, this sure is a fascinating place to visit.
Udaipur City palace - Offering a wholesome view of the city of Udaipur, the resplendent City Palace is a beautiful mix of Rajasthan and Mughal styles. Built over a few centuries, this royal complex has been a home to various Maharanas.
Post lunch move to Udaipur sightseeing which includes – Jag Mandir, Kumbalgarh Fort. After that proceed to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Jag Mandir – Located on a natural island on the artificial Pichola Lake, the Lake Garden Palace has been a summer resort for royal families in the past. With Rajput to Mughal architecture, this palace displays royalty at its best.
Kumbalgarh Fort - At the Kumbhalgarh Fort, one can witness a spectacular view of the Aravalli range and Thar Desert. The vastness of the fort is evident in the fact that it consists of more than 350 temples.
After B/F transfer to Mount Abu at hotel. After some rest proceed to pre lunch sightseeing Mount Abu which includes – Achalgarh fort, Nakki Lake. Travel from Udaipur to Mt. Abu (Hill Station) by road. The journey is of about 160 Km best covered by road and takes about 3-4 hours.
Mount Abu - The only hill station of the West Indian State of Rajasthan, the city is spread over 22 km in length. It is a perfect place to chill in the scorching summers of the Thar Desert.
Achalgarh Fort - Built in 1452, the Achalgarh Fort is surrounded by massive walls within which lie a number of temples. These temples are well known for their beautiful sculptures made of wood, metal, crystal or stone.
Nakki Lake - Surrounded by plentiful fascinating stories about its birth, the Nakki Lake is sacred to Hindus and a major tourist attraction otherwise.
Post lunch move to Udaipur sightseeing which includes – Dilwara Jain temple, City tour, after that return to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Dilwara Jain Temple - The five Dilwara Jain Temples are the one of the most sacred shrines of believers of Jain religion. Built between 11th to 13th centuries, they are a perfect representation of marble architectures of the country.
After B/F transfer to Jodhpur at hotel. After some rest proceed to post lunch sightseeing of Jodhpur which includes – Meharangarh fort, Jaswant Thada, after that proceed to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Travel by road from Mt. Abu to Jodhpur via NH14. The journey is of about 277 Km and takes about 6-7 hours by road/ train.
Jodhpur – One of the largest districts of Rajasthan, the city is centrally located in the Western part of the state. It consists of some of the most majestic forts of India.
Meharangarh Fort – On one hand, this fort displays beautiful sculptures. On the other hand, it is living proof of various battles fought and won. When crossing the seven gates leading to the fort, one can see battle marks on the walls.
Jaswant Thada - This white marble mausoleum is a memorial built by a son for his father. It is also home to portraits of maharajas of Jodhpur.
After B/F transfer to Jaisalmer at hotel. After some rest proceed to post lunch sightseeing which includes – Patwon ki haveli, Jaisalmer fort, Sam sand dunes, after that move to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Travel by road from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer via NH15. The journey is of about 278 Km and takes about 7 hours.
Jaisalmer - Jaisalmer, nicknamed “The golden City”, is a World Heritage Site located in the heart of the Thar Desert.
Patwon Ki Haveli - This cluster of yellow sandstone havelis was the first of its kind, making it an important structure in the history of Jaisalmer.
Jaisalmer Fort - This monument made of sand stones, stands authoritatively amongst the sands of Jaisalmer. It is located in the heart of the city and is known by the locals as ‘Sonar Quila’- The Golden Fort.
Sam Sand Dunes - Located in the outskirts of Jaisalmer, Sam Sand dunes are the model of vastness & are the perfect place for a Desert Safari.
After B/F transfer to Khimsar & enroute visit Khimsar fort, after that proceed to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Travel by road from Jaisalmer to Khimsar via NH15. The journey is of about 288 Km and takes about 7 hours by road.
Khimsar - In the heart of rural India, the unique fort at Khimsar offers a wide range of experiences. The battle-scarred walls and turrets remind one of the glorious past of this place.”
Hotel Khimsar Fort (enroute to Khimsar)- 90 Km away from Jodhpur, experience the grandeur of its Fort Hotel, 'The Khimsar Fort' and the rustic appeal of the Khimsar Dunes Village, traveled on Camel backs that will surely make one want to visit Khimsar again.
After B/F transfer to Ajmer at hotel. After some rest proceed to visit, Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chisti Dargah, after that return to hotel, overnight at hotel. Travel by road from Khimsar to Ajmer via NH 89. The journey is of about 168 Km and takes about 4 hours by road.
Ajmer - The city known for its traditional handicrafts also boasts of a number of monuments belonging to the Mughal (the past rulers) era.”
Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chisti Dargah - The Ajmer Sharif Dargah, built in memory of Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chishti is visited in huge numbers by people from all walks of life & all religions every year, to pay respect to the highly respected saint.
After B/F proceed to pre lunch visit which includes - Pushkar Lake.
Pushkar - Referenced in the Mahabharata and Ramayana, Pushkar holds a significant place in the history of India. It consists of a lake and many a temple. It is believed that Pushkar has the only ancient God Brahma (the creator of the universe, as per Hindu mythology) Temple in the whole world.”
Pushkar Lake - Pushkar Lake or Pushkar Sarovar is located in the town of Pushkar in Ajmer district of the Rajasthan state of western India. Pushkar Lake is a sacred lake of the Hindus.
Post lunch visit Brahma temple, after that return to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Brahma Temple - Brahma Mandir is a Hindu temple situated at Pushkar in the Indian state of Rajasthan, close to the sacred Pushkar Lake to which its legend has an indelible link.
After B/F transfer to Jaipur at hotel and take some rest.
Travel by road from Ajmer to Jaipur via Expressway. The journey is of about 131 Km and takes about 3 hours.
Jaipur - The city is known as “Pink City” because of the red colored stone used for various constructions. It is widely travelled by Indian & Foreign guests alike & is famous for its Lakes and Forts.”
Post lunch move to Jaipur sightseeing which includes – Nahargarh fort, Jal Mahal, after that return to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Nahargarh Fort - More than two centuries old, the Nahargarh Fort stands tall on the Aravalli's- the smallest Mountain Range of North West India, overlooking the blushing city of Jaipur. The breathtakingly vast view makes one feel humbled.
Jal Mahal– Jal Mahal or the “Water Palace” is located right in the middle of the stunning Man Sagar Lake. A pleasant boat ride to the Palace takes you to another world altogether.
After B/F proceed to pre lunch sightseeing of Jaipur which includes – Amber fort, Hawa mahal.
Amber Fort - Diwan-e-khas (hall of private audience), Sheesh Mahal (mirror palace) or a secret passage, this fort has it all. The awe inspiring intricacies and delicate design makes one feel part of the 16th century. With a lake at its feet and greenery all around, the Amber Fort is a pleasant sight to one’s eyes.
Hawa Mahal - The “Palace of Wind” is situated in the heart of Jaipur. With its 953 windows adorned with intricate detailing, this palace acted as an air conditioner in summers.
Post lunch move to Jaipur sightseeing which includes – Jaipur City palace, Jantar Mantar, after that return to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Jaipur City Palace - Embracing European, Mughal and Rajput architecture, the City Palace consists of courtyards, buildings and gardens. It is an embodiment of grandeur, acquisitiveness and extravagance.
Jantar Mantar - Jantar Mantar Observatory was built by earlier Kings for measurement of time, location of stars etc. It is still equipped with immense, brick and mortar instruments. You can still calculate some of these parameters with the help of these sites.
After B/F transfer to Airport/Railway Station for departure for Delhi/to your return destination.