Rajasthan is a province in the North-West of India. Often referred to as the Land of Rajputana or the Royal Palaces and a pristine India protected by traditional attire. This is situated in an established mountain range, and a portion of it is protected by the Thar Desert. The artisanal works, royal castles Wild Life, Bird havens, traditional craftsmanship, art, as well as beautiful architecture showcase the rich history of this region. With this tour, you'll be able to experience the beauty of Rajasthan and discover the rich cultural diversity of Delhi, the capital city. Delhi. So, join us and take part in this trip and make memories that last forever.
Day 1: Arrival at Delhi
Day 2: DELHI - MANDAWA (250 KMS, 06-07 HRS DRIVE)
Day 3: MANDAWA - BIKANER (190 KMS, 04-05 HRS DRIVE)
Day 4: BIKANER - JAISALMER (333 KMS, 05-06 HRS DRIVE)
Day 5: A day at Jaisalmer
Day 6: JAISALMER - JODHPUR (290 KMS, 05-06 HRS DRIVE)
Day 7: JODHPUR - MOUNT ABU (264 KMS, 06-07 HRS DRIVE)
Day 8: MOUNT ABU - RANAKPUR - UDAIPUR (275 KMS, 06-07 HRS DRIVE)
Day 9: Udaipur tour
Day 10: CHITTORGARH - PUSHKAR (310 KMS, 07-08 HRS DRIVE)
Day 11: PUSHKAR - JAIPUR (135 KMS, 03-04 HRS DRIVE)
Day 12: JAIPUR-DELHI (264 KMS, 04 HRS DRIVE)
Day 13: Back to where it began: Delhi
Delhi is India's capital city and a significant gateway for the nation. Delhi is a bustling city that exhibits a gorgeous mix of old and new. When you arrive in Delhi Our agent will collect you and take you to the hotel. After that, you will visit Humayun's Tomb. The tomb was constructed in the mid-16th century and displays the splendor of Mughal architecture. It also includes Qutub Minar, India Gate, President House, and other governments. structures. The excursion will be concluded with a visit to Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir). The next morning, following breakfast, you can visit Old Delhi and Jama Masjid which is the largest Mosque in India.
Mandawa district was an important force to reckon with during the 14th century, when a variety of Muslim families settled in the region and towns. Leave for Mandawa. Arrive in Mandawa and check into the an already booked hotel. Evening, visit Mandawa (Shekawati district). The area is famous for its paint-painted havelis (houses) which the majority of which were built around the eighteenth century. Explore the havelis of Mandawa as well as other towns of Shekhawati district. Get a good night's rest in the hotel.
Bikaner is an uninhabited town that was founded in 1488 under the leadership of Rao Bikaji. After breakfast, head off to Bikaner. Arrive in Bikaner and check in to the hotel. Enjoy the evening exploring Bikaner. Go to Bikaner's Junagarh Fort which was constructed between 1588-1593 by a general of the army that was under Akbar, the Mughal Emperor Akbar. The fortress features a 986m long divider , with 37 bastions and two passageways. it is believed to be the only one in Asia and also has a significant variety of camels. Retire to the hotel to stay for the night.
After breakfast, head out for Karni Mata Temple Deshnoke. In the evening, depart to Jaisalmer.
The most well-known as the "heart" of Thar Desert, Jaisalmer is an ancient town that has stunning buildings. After breakfast, take a trip through Jaisalmer. Explore the fortress, the Fort constructed on by Rawal Jaisal. The beautiful houses Jain temples from the 12th-15th centuries in time, Patwon Ki Haveli - an elaborate five-story chateau that has painted columns cut from the ground and artworks of Salim Singh. Also, make sure to take a trip to Gadsisar that been a source of water for the city. The sanctuary and the openings surrounding the area were once occupied by an unnamed concubine. Evening excursion to Sam 45km away, is famous for its sand risings and is the site of an annual Desert celebration. You can experience the true experience of the desert by experiencing an excursion on a camel through the sand's rise and watch an amazing evening of darkness. Return to Jaisalmer to spend the night in the hotel.
Jodhpur is an gorgeous city that showcases the wealth of culture and craftsmanship from Rajasthan. After breakfast, depart to Jodhpur. When you arrive in Jodhpur stay at the hotel. In the evening, travel through Jodhpur and visit the Mehrangarh Fort that truly means "Glorious Fort", situated in the center of Jodhpur. There are three entrances which were constructed to honour the legends. It is home to musical instruments, palanquins furniture , and guns in the fortification. You can also visit Jaswant Thada. It is a cenotaph of marble constructed in 1899 to commemorate Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The rare depictions of Jodhpur's rulers can be as well found in Jaswant Thada.
Mount Abu is a hill station located in Rajasthan which is home to stunning Lakes along with temples! After breakfast, depart for Mount Abu. When you arrive, check in to the hotel. Take a stroll in the evening around Mount Abu which is the principal hill station in the state of Rajasthan. Take a trip to The Dilwara Jain temple that is among the most visited tourist attractions in Mt. Abu. In Abu, there are two temples that were built in 1031. It is dedicated to the principal tirthankar Adinath. The other temple is called Tejpal temple, and was constructed around the year 1230 AD and is dedicated to Neminath the 22nd tirthankar.
After breakfast, depart to head for Udaipur. While traveling you will be able to stop at the temples that are famous here. The sanctuaries constructed of intricately created white marbles, exhibit stunning architectural design. The main temple is erected on a 1,444-foot columns. After visiting, take a drive to Udaipur.
Also called"the city that Lakes, Udaipur displays an artistic quality and is the home of some of the most stunning residences of the royal family. After breakfast, explore The city of Udaipur. Take a tour of Udaipur's City Palace which is the most extensive palace complex of castles within Rajasthan, Sahelion ki Bari or Garden of the Maids of Honor and the Jagdish sanctuary. Enjoy the stunning design and relax in these famous places.
After breakfast, depart for Pushkar and stop at Chittorgarh. This small town was destroyed three times from 1303 until 1568 by an more solid opponent and, on each occasion, the result of the battle was "Jauhar". Continue towards Pushkar. When you reach Pushkar you can visit the heavenly Lake of Pushkar which is acknowledged to have been created by the Lord Brahma himself. It's as important like Banaras and Puri. There is a belief that your trip will be completed if you plunge into the holy Pushkar Lake. Pushkar has 400 holy sites along with 52 Ghats. In addition, Pushkar is a heaven for Hindus It is also famous for its most spectacular steer's fairs, including The Pushkar Fair.
After breakfast, take a stroll through the market in Pushkar. After dinner, depart for Jaipur the Pink City: Visit the City Palace which has an exhibition hall with a wide collection of work, rugs, and veneers, as well as weapons. Jantar Mantar, the observatory that was built by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1728, and the exterior that is Hawa Mahal.
After breakfast, head through Amber Fort. You can take part in an exciting elephant ride here. Also, visit Golden Fort which is located 11 kilometers from Jaipur. Amber was once the capital city for Jaipur state. The city's development began in 1592 under the Raja Man Singh, the Rajput powerhouse of Akbar's army and features the gorgeous Rajput design.
Early morning journey for Delhi International Airport. With wonderful memories, travel back to home.
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