About This Tour
Countless superlatives combined cannot adequately describe Rajasthan’s splendour. Rajasthan, which is part of northwest India, is a collection of exquisite parts. You will have the opportunity to see many colour colours run amok in the land of the Kings, battle scarred fortifications, and see places of magnificence that are dripping with history and otherworldliness. But the most alluring aspect of Rajasthan is the traditional way of life, parties, and hospitable people who always greet everyone with a beautiful, broad smile. You will have the opportunity to visit the stunning forts, lakes, and pink city of Jaipur with this vacation package. Therefore, reserve this package and allow the vibrant colours to illuminate your world.
- Mandawa: Mandawa is renowned for its ornately decorated havelis.
- Pushkar: Pushkar is famous for its sacred Pushkar Lake and Brahma Temple.
- Delhi: Delhi's Red Fort is an iconic symbol of India's history.
- Agra: Agra is home to the magnificent Taj Mahal.
- Jaipur: Jaipur boasts the stunning Amer Fort.
- Bikaner: Bikaner is known for its impressive palaces and forts.
- Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer is famous for its golden sandstone architecture.
- Jodhpur: Jodhpur is the "Blue City" with its vibrant blue-painted houses.
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Arrival in Delhi
Around midnight arrival in Delhi. Check-in & Stay at the hotel.
Delhi city tour in the morning visiting the cremation grounds of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, Raj Ghat and Shanti Vana. Visit India Gate (War Memorial Arch) and Lakshminarayan Temple, two contemporary Hindu temples, in the afternoon. Drive by the government secretariat buildings, parliament, and the president’s home as well. Delhi overnight stay.
Delhi to Mandawa
Drive to Mandawa today, which is located in the Shekhawati region’s semi-arid interior.
The driving time from Delhi to Mandawa is 6 hours and 280 kilometres.
Mandawa to Bikaner
Explore the Mandawa Fort today; it is a prime example of the renowned Rajput architectural style and is situated right in the centre of Mandawa. It presently serves as a heritage hotel and contains numerous stunning paintings and frescoes that delight the eye. Later, take a drive to Bikaner, a royal state.
Road travel from Mandawa to Bikaner takes four hours and 160 kilometres.
Bikaner to Jaisalmer
Check out in the morning and go to Jaisalmer, Rajasthan’s “golden city.” Check into the motel in the late afternoon. Go to Sam to have a camel ride. Go return to the hotel. Continue your stay in Jaisalmer. Note: From March to September, tents are closed. Only camel rides are offered for an additional fee that must be paid in cash.
The driving time from Bikaner to Jaisalmer is seven hours and 350 kilometres.
Jaisalmer Local Sightseeing
Following breakfast, check out of the tent (if stay taken). Go on a sightseeing trip in Jaisalmer, “The Golden City.” Visit Jaisalmer’s beautiful fort from the 12th century (This is the highlight of the tour-Sonar Kella). Additionally, see the artistically carved Salim Singh ki Haveli, Nathmal ki Haveli, and Patwon ki Haveli (structures from the 12th to the 15th century), as well as Gadisar Lake. Next, go to the Barabagh Hill (Bada Bagh).
Go return to the hotel. Stay over night.
Jaisalmer to Jodhpur
After checking out of the hotel and having breakfast, drive to Jodhpur. Once in Jodhpur, check into your accommodation. The day is free. Stay the night at Jodhpur.
Road travel from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur takes seven hours and 350 kilometres.
Jodhpur to Pushkar via Ajmer
Drive to Pushkar in the morning, stop at Ajmer and a Dargah along the way, and then arrive in Pushkar to check into your accommodation. Pushkar is well known for the 14th-century Brahma Temple, which is situated next to Pushkar Lake on a high platform. Lord Brahma, the Universal Creator, is worshipped at this temple alone in the entire universe. Pushkar, a city of pilgrimage with more than 500 temples and ghats, is particularly well-known for its yearly Camel Fair, which takes place in October or November.
Travel to the temples and spend the night there.
Pushkar to Jaipur Local Sightseeing
hotel breakfast service. Leave the hotel and return to Jaipur via car. Visit Jantar Mantar and Birla Temple. Drive past the Hawa Mahal and through the commercial and residential sections of the pink rose. Jaipur overnight.
140 kilometres (3 hours) separate Pushkar from Jaipur via vehicle.
Jaipur Local Sightseeing
Early in the morning, visit Amber Fort and take an elephant ride (at an additional cost and depending on availability) to the fort’s main entrance. The State’s initial capital was Amber Fort. Visit the Observatory and Maharaja’s City Palace following your photo stop at Jal Mahal. Visit the mirror-studded Hall of Victory or the Sheesh Mahal. Evening free for independent shopping.
Return to the motel to spend the night.
Jaipur to Agra
After breakfast, depart the hotel and drive to Agra, stopping to see Fatehpur Sikri along the way. Check into the hotel upon arrival. Go touring and pay a visit to the Taj Mahal, which was erected in 1630 by the Moghul Emperor Shahjehan for his Queen Mumtaz Mahal to house her mortal remains. Visit the Agra Fort, which houses the Pearl Mosque and the Halls of Public and Private Audience, if time permits later. Remain in the hotel once more. Hotel overnight stay.
240 kilometres (5 hours) separate Jaipur from Agra via Fatehpur Sikri.
Agra to Delhi
Visit the Taj Mahal, a monument of everlasting love that is located on the Yamuna River’s banks. The Taj Mahal was constructed in 1632 as a memorial to Shah Jahan’s late wife, Mumtaz Mahal, by the 5th Mughal emperor. Visit Agra Fort later, which the Mughal Emperor Akbar took over from the Lodhis in the late 16th century. Visit Akbar the Great’s tomb in Sikandra, an Agra suburb, at last. Return to Delhi by car. Transfer to the hotel and check in after arrival. Stay the night in Delhi.
The driving distance from Agra to Delhi is 225 km and takes 5 hours.
Delhi – Local Sightseeing – Departure
hotel breakfast service. depart from the hotel. Visiting the Lotus Temple, Qutab Minar, and the Himayun Tomb (Monday Closed). In time for your flight or train at the Delhi Airport or Rly Stn.
- Meeting and assistance at Arrival / Departure by Rajasthan Tour Travels representative.
- All Transfers and Sightseeing throughout the tour by an individual Air Conditioned vehicle with Driver Accommodation.
- Everything specified in the itinerary.
- Fuel included.
- Any kind of personal expenses such as monument Fees, laundry, telephone bills and alcoholic beverages. Camera fees (still or movie).
- Entrance charges to places of interest & monuments.
- Cost of Pre/Post tour hotel accommodation.
- Anything not specified in the itinerary.
- All Govt. Service Tax.
- Any Adventure activities.