Day 01: Delhi
As soon as your arrival in Delhi, our executive will welcome you in the capital of India and drive you to the prebooked hotel. Here you can stay in the heritage room which will truly be a mesmerizing experience.
Day 02: Delhi Sightseeing
You can enjoy seeing the beauty of the city along with the historic sites like Jama Masjid, an outside visit of Red Fort, Chandini Chowk, the famous Heritage market in the old city and get clicked next to the Raj Ghat. fter having lunch you get a chance to explore the amazing constructions in New Delhi such as Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Admire the fascinating Connaught Place and pay a visit to Laxmi Narayan Temple and a few more. An optional walking tour with a local guide is available to further explore famous markets. Night spend at Delhi.
Day 03: Delhi – Mandawa
This day we drive to Mandawa. It is a beautiful 5-hour drive and you reach the hotel before afternoon sets in. At the afternoon, we visit the Shekhawati village where the royal family of Mandawa used to reside. The havelis of the royal family and the rich merchants are the epitomai of Indian architectural style. The archways and the walls are painted with various stories from Lord Krishna’s life. The arms and the ceremonial costumes can be seen at the nearby museum. After spending some time in the lanes of history and enjoying some warm hospitality, you return to the hotel.
Day 04: Mandawa – Bikaner
After breakfast, you head towards Bikaner, which is a four-hour ride from Mandawa. Here you can get the rare experience of visiting a camel breeding farm. You can enjoy the taste of camel’s milk here and also can have a camel ride. You can get information about camel breeding and its demand in the international market. You can relax in the evening. There is an overnight stay at Bikaner.
Day 05: Bikaner Sightseeing
Today you tour the Bikaner, northern city of Rajasthan. First, we take you to the Junagarh fort, built in the Mughal era. The fort had since never been conquered by other dynasties. Constructed in red sandstone and marble, there are several palaces, 2 entrance gateways and 37 bastions in this fortress.
We next visit the Bhandeswar Jain temple. This 15th-century temple is the oldest religious structure of Bikaner. It is richly decorated with mirror work, frescoes and gold leaf paintings and carvings with Jain Tirthankaras. Last but not the least, you can enjoy the sweet and salty snacks of Bikaner. There is an overnight stay at Bikaner.
Day 06: Bikaner – Jaisalmer
At the morning we start our journey to Jaisalmer and reach there by afternoon. It is a day just for refreshment and relaxation. You can check out the local markets or enjoy the recreational activities of the hotel. Dinner is at the hotel with night stay.
We start our tour of the city with a visit to the Jain temples, located within the Jaisalmer Fort. These temples date back to the 12 and 15th century and are famous for the carvings of human figures and animals. The royal museum stores the robes and the artefacts of the kings. Our next visit to the yellow sandstone building of Patwon Ki Haveli, known for its exotic paintings and mirror works on the walls.
Day 07: Jaisalmer
The next trip is to the Gadsisar Lake, a huge reservoir of the earlier days. You can then enjoy some fun-filled moments by riding camels and enjoying the charming sunset on the sand dunes. The night stay is going to be unique intent houses under the star-filled open sky and on the cold sand of Jaisalmer.
Day 08: Jaisalmer – Jodhpur
After breakfast, we start for Jodhpur, known as the Sun City, located at the edge of the great Thar Desert. It is going to be a unique journey through the desert where you can get an image of the rural life of Rajasthan.
After reaching, we tour Mandor, known for its architectural efficacy with the sixteen rock-cut figures. It is an oasis in true sense with lush green meadows. The Umaid Bhawan Palace is our next visit, which is still the residence of the royal family of Jodhpur. We return back to the hotel for night stay.
Day 09: Jodhpur – Kumbhalgarh
Our next destination is Kumbhalgarh, where we visit the epitome of courage, the Kumbhalgarh Fort. It has a huge wall, second only to the Great Wall of China. From temples to gardens and reservoirs, there are lots of historical structures within the Fort.
We drive to Ranakpur the same day and the night stay is at the Ranakpur Tourist Resort.
Day 10: Ranakpur – Udaipur
You first see the beautiful Jain temples of Ranakpur, only of the five holy places of the Jains. These marble structures are known for intricate carvings. The main temple is that of Adinath with 29 halls and numerous carved pillars. Your head to Udaipur after that, on the way you get to see the agricultural fields and the irrigational techniques. The night stay is at Udaipur.
Day 11: Udaipur Sightseeing
This day you tour the beautiful City Palace, which consists of the beautiful Peacock Square. It is known for its beautiful glasswork. At the evening, you explore the religious structures of Eklingi and Jagdish Mandir. Night stay is at the hotel.
Day 12: Udaipur – Kota
This day morning we leave for Kota, a historical city lying at the banks of the Chambal River. It is a unique city with various temples and palaces and modern chemical industries. The Chambal River Valley Project is worth a visit. The other tourist attractions are the Rao Madho Singh Museum, Jagmandir, City Palace and the Fort. The overnight stay is at Kota.
Day 13: Kota – Bundi – Ranthambore
Today we drive to Ranthambore via Bundi. After checking in the hotel at Bundi, we tour the architectural splendour of the place at the Diwan-e- Aam, Hatha Pol, Naubat Khana. The city is known for its architectural efficacy.
Day 14: Ranthambore – Jaipur
You reach Ranthambore in the evening. Our hotel is at Sawai Madhopur. Next day morning, you are taken to the Ranthambore Sanctuary, known for the Indian tigers, monkeys, leopards and colourful birds. You can explore the park on a jeep or by an elephant ride. At evening, we reach Jaipur and check-in at the hotel.
Day 15: Jaipur
We start our morning trip with a visit to the Amber Fort. You can view the fort on an elephant. Then we tour the Shish Mahal, known as a blend of Islamic and Hindu architecture. We also visit the palace of Raja Man Singh and the hall of public audiences. There is an overnight stay at Jaipur.
Day 16: Jaipur Sightseeing
After breakfast, we head towards a second-day tour of the Pink city. We visit the ancient observatory, built in the 18th century, the Jantar Mantar and the beautiful City Palace of the Maharaja of Jaipur. The city palace is more of a museum with lots of unique paintings, royal apparels, artefacts, jewellery, arms and ammunitions. The afternoon is dedicated to some shopping. Jaipur is known for its beautiful dresses, handicrafts, mehndi designs and puppet shows. We spent our night at Jaipur.
Day 17: Jaipur – Delhi Departure
After a traditional breakfast, we head towards Delhi, from where you are escorted to the international airport for a flight back to your home.