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Royal Rajputana Tours

Tour Type : Customizable


13 Nights & 14 Days

Destinations Covered

Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur - Pushkar - Jaipur – Samode - Agra - Delhi

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Day 01

Arrive Delhi
Upon arrival in Delhi, you will be transferred to your downtown hotel. You will be greeted with a welcome ceremony by girls dressed in traditional Indian dresses. Check in to your room and rest until 9:00 AM. Since most flights arrive in Delhi around or past midnight, the rooms will be held from the previous day as an extra night.

Day 02

The whole-day city sightseeing tour will start after breakfast and cover the following landmarks: Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate, Humayun's Tomb, Bahai temple, and Qutab Minar. You will also have the opportunity to experience a rickshaw ride through the city. In the evening, you will have a romantic candlelit dinner at Bistro Hauz Khas overlooking the ruins of the Madarsa. Overnight in Delhi.

Day 03

Delhi-Mandawa (213 km/ 04 hrs 30 min)
On day three, you will drive to Mandawa, covering a distance of 213 km in 4.5 hours. You will depart at 7:00 AM and arrive in Mandawa in time for lunch. Check in at the Castle Mandawa/Mandawa Desert Resort and explore the Shekhawati's painted havelis and frescoes. This region is often referred to as the open-air art gallery of Rajasthan. It has many frescoes painted on cenotaphs, walls, forts, and temples dating back to the 17th century. The themes encompass traditional mythology, local legends, and folklore. Overnight in Mandawa. Overnight Mandawa.

Day 04

Mandawa-Bikaner (193 km/ 03 hrs)
After breakfast, you will drive to Bikaner, covering a distance of 193 km in 3 hours. Upon arrival, you will check in at the charming Lallgarh Palace hotel. Bikaner is a town established 500 years ago by a desert chieftain. Over the centuries, it has grown into an impressive town. Its central fort offered safety from invaders. The rulers designed some beautiful apartments with echoes of luxury and the images of monsoon clouds in rain-starved Bikaner. Nearby is Deshnoke, where in a marble-fronted temple, rats are offered sanctuary, for they are considered sacred. After lunch, you will tour Junagarh Fort, which has several exquisite palaces carved out of red sandstone, and the Ganga Garden Jubilee Museum. Overnight in Bikaner.

Day 05

Bikaner-Jaisalmer (329 km/ 4 hrs 45 min)
In the morning, you will visit the camel breeding farm, the only one of its kind in Asia, and then drive to Jaisalmer, covering a distance of 329 km in 4 hours and 45 minutes. Upon arrival, you will check in at the Narayan Niwas Palace hotel, located within the fort. Jaisalmer is one of the region's last princely bastions, founded at the crossroads of lucrative trade routes. This remote settlement came to be celebrated for the courage of its rulers and the aesthetic sense represented by their palaces and havelis. The wealthy merchants engaged stone artisans who worked with great delicacy on the sandstone mansions they built, filling up facades with sculptural filigree, screen windows, delicate pavilions, and beautiful balconies. These veritable art museums are still inhabited today, and their colorful celebrations and festivals have placed Jaisalmer firmly on the world tourism map. Post-lunch, you are free for independent activity or exploring the bazaars within the fort complex. Overnight in Jaisalmer.

Day 06

Enjoy a half-day guided tour of the 12th and 15th-century Jain temples, the Patwon Ki Haveli and Salim Singh Haveli. In the evening, drive to Sam dunes for camel rides at sunset. Stay at Dune Safari Camp, where you will enjoy an eco-friendly and pollution-free ambiance amid the golden dunes. In the evening, have a special exclusive gala dinner at the dunes with musicians in attendance overnight in Jaisalmer Sand Dune Camp.

Day 07

Jaisalmer- Jodhpur (264 km./ 04 hrs 15 min)
After having breakfast, the plan is to drive across the Desert National Park to Jodhpur and arrive in time for lunch. Jodhpur is one of the most distinctive princely settlements in Rajasthan and has a history of 500 years. It used to be the headquarters of the Rathore Rajputs, where they celebrated their tales of bravery. Jodhpur is in the Thar Desert and is known for its impressive fortified bastions. The most notable are the ones at Mehrangarh, which have witnessed many battles and are closely associated with the region's history. After arriving in Jodhpur, the plan is to spend the afternoon sightseeing. This will include a visit to Mehrangarh Fort, a must-see attraction in the city. The fort is a stunning example of Rajput architecture and has a rich history that dates back centuries. After a day of sightseeing, the plan is to spend the night in Jodhpur. This will allow you to experience the city's nightlife and immerse yourself in its culture. Jodhpur is a fascinating place with much to see and do, and it is sure to be a highlight of your trip to Rajasthan.

Day 08

Jodhpur / Ranakpur (155 km/ 03 hrs)/ Udaipur (94 km/ 02 hrs)

After breakfast:

  1. Drive to Ranakpur, which is a distance of 155 km and takes approximately 3 hours.
  2. Explore the Jain temples, which are famous for their grandiose scale of architecture, elegance, and symmetry.
  3. After the tour, have lunch at Maharani Orchid, nestled picturesquely amongst the mango groves at the base of the Aravali hills.
  4. Post lunch, proceed to Udaipur, which is a distance of 94 km and takes approximately 2 hours.

When you get there, check into your hotel and take the evening at your own pace. Sleep in Udaipur.

Day 09

Enjoy a full day of sightseeing in Udaipur, including visits to the City Palace, museum, Jagdish Mandir, and Sahelio-Ki-Bari. In the evening, take a boat ride on Lake Pichola and have dinner on the boat. Overnight in Udaipur.

Day 10

Udaipur/Nathdwara/ (45 km/ 50 min)Pushkar (254 km/ 4 hrs 20 min)
The travel plan for the day is to drive from the current location to Deogarh, with a couple of stops along the way. The first stop is at Nathdwara, located about 48 kilometers from Udaipur. Nathdwara is famous for its simple shrine dedicated to Lord Krishna, which was built in the early 18th century. After visiting the shrine, the next stop is at Eklingji, a complex of 108 temples enclosed by high walls. It was built in 734 AD and is made of sandstone and marble. This temple is devoted to the family deity of the rulers of Mewar. After exploring these two religious sites, the journey continues toward Pushkar. Pushkar is a small town located on the desert's edge and 130 kilometers from Jaipur. It is an important pilgrimage spot for Hindus, situated along the bank of Pushkar Lake. The town is surrounded by hills on three sides and is home to several temples, including the famous Brahma temple. This temple is the only one in the country dedicated to Lord Brahma. The holy lake in Pushkar has 52 ghats, and it is common to see pilgrims taking a ritual dip in the water. The lake is especially crowded during the Kartik Purnima festival, which takes place in October or November. During this time, thousands of devotees throng the lake to take a holy dip, and a colorful cattle fair is also held. In the evening, visitors can explore the ghats on foot and enjoy the colorful town. The overnight stay will be in Pushkar.

Day 11

Pushkar/Jaipur (145 km/ 03 hrs)
The day will start with breakfast, followed by a drive to Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan. The city of Jaipur is often referred to as the "Pink City" because of its buildings' blush pink hue, which is said to symbolize hospitality. This color was chosen to welcome Prince Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria when he first visited the city in 1833. The buildings in Jaipur are a beautiful blend of red and pink sandstone, and the intricate white borders and motifs carefully outline the architectural highlights of the structures. Jaipur is the only city in the world designed to symbolize the nine divisions of the universe through nine rectangular sectors subdividing it. The palaces and forts that were once the site of royal processions and grandeur have now become living monuments seamlessly integrated into the people of the Pink City. After lunch, the tour will continue with a visit to the City Palace of Winds and the observatory. However, what makes this tour truly unique is the vintage car from 1900 that will be used for sightseeing. This will allow you to experience the city uniquely and take in the sights in style. You will be treated to a dinner at Nahargarh Fort in the evening, which promises an unforgettable experience. To add to the charm of the evening, traditional Rajasthani attire will be arranged for you by the tour organizers. This will be a perfect end to a day filled with unique experiences and an opportunity to immerse yourself in Rajasthan's rich culture and heritage.

Day 12

Jaipur/ Samode (42 km/ 01 hr)
The tour begins with a visit to the Amer Fort in Jaipur. Visitors will ride on elephants to reach the fort, which is located amidst wooded hills and served as the former capital of the royals. The tour is expected to last the morning, after which the tour group will proceed to Samode, located an hour's drive away from Jaipur, covering a distance of 42 kilometers. Upon arrival in Samode, the group will check-in and stay overnight. Samode is home to a 400-year-old palace that boasts a wealth of frescoes, many of which depict religious subjects. The palace's Durbar Hall is a highlight of the visit.,

Day 13

Samode/Fatehpur Sikri (205 km. 3 hrs 30 min)/Agra (35 km/ 1 hr)
after breakfast, the group will depart from Samode and proceed to Agra. Along the way, they will stop at Fatehpur Sikri, a deserted city located 205 kilometers away from Samode. It is expected to take 3 hours and 30 minutes to reach. After visiting Fatehpur Sikri, the group will continue to Agra, which is 35 kilometers away and takes about an hour to reach. Upon arrival, they will check into their hotel and stay overnight. Agra is still associated with the Mughal period. It has a laid-back lifestyle with a rich collection of architecture, handicrafts, and jewelry.

Day 14

Agra/ Delhi (206 km/ 04 hrs)
After a leisurely breakfast, the group will visit the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Later, they will return to Delhi, which is 206 kilometers away and takes approximately 4 hours to reach. Upon arrival in Delhi, the group will have a farewell dinner before being transferred to the airport for their return flight.
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