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Rajasthan India Travel

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The magical land set amidst the desolate desert beauty. The land synonymous with romance and chivalry. Immensely rich in culture, history and natural beauty. That's Rajasthan…

Amber Fort in Jaipur
Everything about Rajasthan fascinates from miles of golden stretches of sand to the kaleidoscope of magnificent forts, opulent palaces and marvelous havelis, each a splendid architectural creation having a legend of its own.
The beautifully laid out gardens and lakes contrasting perfectly with the hilly ranges are a sight to gladden your eyes.

The cities of Rajasthan still remain the medieval flavour keeping alive the timeless traditions in their rich art & crafts, colourful bazars and vibrant people wearing multi-hued costumes and a bright smile. Camels, oxen and elephants are among the common modes of transport besides buses and cars - a true blend of modernity and tradition!

The land comes alive with exuberant folk dances and music, ballads and spectacular festivities that are an inseparable part of Rajasthan's culture. Especially enchanting are the evenings here, when melodious tunes echoing through the solitude of shimmering sands, fill the air.

Rajasthan is also renowned for exquisite paintings and frescos, not forgetting the incredibly fabulous Rajasthani fabrics and jewellery along with a wide range of beautiful handicrafts.

DURATION : 15 DAYS
ROUTE AT A GLANCE : Delhi - Jaislamer - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Kishangarh - Jaipur - Bharatpur - Agra - Mathura - Delhi.
FOCUS : Monuments, Forts, People, Culture, Camel ride, Wildlife & Temples.
BEST TIME : October to April

DAY 01 DELHI
Arrive Delhi from your home country by midnight. Garland welcome, assistance and transfer to hotel. O/n Hotel.

DAY 02 DELHI TO JAISALMER
After late breakfast drive to Old Delhi Tour (half day) : Shah Jahan founded the city of Shahjanabad, now referred to as Old Delhi, in 1648. The famous Red Fort in the heart of Old Delhi was once the most opulent fort of the Mughal Empire and it boasts the Diwan-I-Am, Hall of Private Audience. Opposite the fort is the Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in the world, built by Shah Jahan to dominate his city. Sightseeing to Red Fort & Jama Masjid Mosque. Afternoon transfer to railway station to board express train to Jaisalmer at 18.00hrs. O/n Train.

DAY 03 JAISALMER TO JAISALMER
Arrive Jaislamer at 12.45hrs and transfer to hotel. Rest of the day free to relax or evening stroll around the nearby avenues of this desert city. O/n Hotel.

DAY 04 JAISALMER
After breakfast sightseeing of Jaisalmer, a medieval city of elaborately carved mansions (havelis) in yellow sandstone, built by rich merchants at a time when the city was a key stopping place on the caravan routes from the Middle East. Visit to Jaislamer Fort, often referred as the golden fort because of the colour of the sandstone, Jaisalmer's Fort seems to emerge from the desert sands. The fort is still home to many of the town's people who live in tiny but beautifully decorated houses or havelis. Jaisalmer has been described as an open-air museum, and to enter its narrow cobbled lanes is to step into a bygone age. Evening we drive to Khuri (about 01 hr), a small picturesque desert village of decorated mud thatched buildings and shifting sand dunes. Ride a camel on the dunes and gear yourself up for an unforgettable experience of watching the sunset over the desert. Back to Jaisalmer. O/n Hotel.

DAY 05 JAISALMER TO JODHPUR
After an early breakfast drive to historic Jodhpur second city of Rajasthan, check into the hotel and relax. O/n Hotel.
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DAY 06 JODHPUR TO UDAIPUR
After breakfast visit the massive Mehrangarh Fort looms over the city and the Red sandstone Palaces within the fort form one of the most impressive complexes in Rajasthan. Its museum contains sections which house armoury, palanquins, howdahs and headgear from all the communities of Rajasthan. Life in the city revolves around the Clock Tower area, a haven for shoppers, selling everything from the leather mojris (shoes) to ornamental swords fashioned after designs seen in the fort museum. Afternoon drive to Udaipur (about 275kms/06hrs), check into the hotel. Rest of the day free to relax. O/n Hotel.

Rajasthan Tour OperatorDAY 07 UDAIPUR
Set on the shores of Lake Pichola and surrounded by hills, Udaipur grew in complete contrast to the harsh deserts of the rest of Rajasthan.

After breakfast full day visit to City Palace - the largest palace complex in Rajasthan, comprising many buildings added at different time by various maharajas. Perhaps the most beautiful are the Moti Mahal with its mirror inlay and the Chini ka Chitra Mahal's iridescent tile work. At the nearby, Jagdish Temple, there is an impressively carved image of Lord Vishnu, to whom the temple is dedicated. A boat ride around Lake Pichola offers spectacular views of the city. The City Palace towers over the lake and you will also see the merchant's havelis, temples, the royal hunting lodge and the exquisite Gul Mahal Pavilion on Jag Mandir Island. Having disembarked, you continue to the ornamental gardens of the Maids of Honour or Sahelion ki Bari. O/n Hotel.

DAY 08 UDAIPUR TO KISHANGARH
After an early breakfast we drive to Kishangarh (340kms/09hrs), enroute visit Chittaurgarh Fort stands on a 152-m high rocky hill, rising abruptly above the surrounding plain. Proceed to Kishangarh, check into the Roopangarh Fort Hotel. Rest of the day free to relax. O/n Hotel.

DAY 09 KISHANGARH
After breakfast free to relax or stroll around the village, a centre of craft industries - leather embroidery, block printing, pottery and handloom weaving can be seen. O/n Hotel.

DAY 10 KISHANGARH TO JAIPUR
After breakfast drive to Jaipur (about 125kms/03hrs), check into the hotel. Afternoon free to relax or stroll around the colourful bazaars in the Pink City. O/n Hotel.

DAY 11 JAIPUR
Jaipur, built in 1727, was the dream of the brillian ruler Jai Singh. It has retained its reputation as one of the formost cities in India planned and executed in a manner that draws accolades from modern town planners. Jaipur is known as the pink city, because many buildings are still washed pink, the traditional colour of welcome, which was originally introduced to honor the visit of the Prince Albert in 1856.

After breakfast we visit Amber, ascending by elephant to see the 16th century hilltop fortress - Palace and its richly decorated apartments. Afternoon visit City Palace, still inhabited by Jai Singh's descendants is a superb fusion of Rajput and Mughal architecture. A city within a city, it includes the Govind Deo Temple, the Jantar Mantar astronomical observatory and the Maharaja's museum with his personal collection of weaponry, miniature paintings, royal attire and jewellery. On the periphery of the Palace stands the Hawa Mahal, the Palace of Winds, an elaborate pink sandstone façade behind which the ladies of the court used to watch the daily goings on in the street below. Rest of the day at leisure. O/n Hotel.

DAY 12 JAIPUR TO BHARATPUR
After breakfast drive to Bharatupur (about 180kms/04hrs), check into the hotel. Afternoon explore the Bharatpur or Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary by rikshaw or foot, located on the confluence of Gambhir and Banganga rivers and spread over 29 km of shallow lakes and woodlands, Keoladeo National Park provides shelter to over 300 avian species, particularly during winter when the resident numbers multiply as a result of migrants. The freshwater swamp with the picturesque Kadam trees, stands of Acacia and profuse aquatic vegetation, is a habitat of various living organisms, which serve as food for the different species of animals. O/n Hotel.

DAY 13 BHARATPUR TO AGRA TO MATHURA
After breakfast drive to Agra (about 60kms/02hrs) enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri - palace complex built to commemorate the birth of Mughal Emperor Akbar's first child. Proceed to Agra to visit India's most celebrated monument the Taj Mahal (closed on Friday's), built as a monument of eternal love by Shah Jahan to the bride Mumtaz, the Taj Mahal looks amazingly graveful from almost any angle. Further our visit will be to Red Fort, and evening drive to Mathura (about 50kms), check into the hotel. Rest of the day free to relax. O/n Hotel.

DAY 14 MATHURA TO DELHI
After breakfast explore this small village which is a birthplace of Lord Krishna. After visiting temples and Brindavan Garden, we in the afternoon drive to Delhi (about 160kms/04hrs), check into the hotel located near to the airport for day use. Late night transfer to int'l airport to board flight to your home country.

DAY 15 DELHI
Early morning board your flight.




   
   
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