Heritage tour of Rajasthan
heritage tour of Rajasthan
Tour Duration : 15 days / 14 nights
Tour Destination : Delhi / Mandawa / Bikaner / Jaisalmer / Jodhpur / Ranakpur / Udaipur / Bundi / Jaipur / Agra
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Disover the heritage tour of Rajasthan and stay in the most beautifull palaces and forts of Rajasthan and live the experince of Maharaja.

  • Itinerary
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  • Day 1 : Day 1 : Delhi: Arrival in day or in evening (according to your flight schedule).

    Delhi – It is Capital city of India, with a population around 20 millions, every corner of Delhi has its own attractions, whether old part of the city, or new Delhi, more commonly known as Lutyens Delhi, where still imperial style Buildings can be seen. Its monuments of Mughal era and beginning of Muslim age in India are remarkable. Monuments like Qutub minar and Humayun Tomb are already in the world heritage list of monuments. Thus, Delhi is rich in terms of tourism and it offers large variety including its cuisine that can be experienced in its different streets famous for different delicacies.

  • Day 2 : Day 2 : Delhi / Mandawa

    Drive to Mandawa, Shekhawati region is famous for its havelis. The havelis are houses decorated with frescoes of various patterns, which belonged to wealthy merchants doing business on the Silk Road. Check in to hotel in Mandawa and visit of havelis.
    Mandawa is a small principality in Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, which was once a rich centre for trade and commerce as the region was a highlight of Silk route. There was commerce and trade in the region, due to which, the region was popular amond the merchants coming from far east regions, and it gave the opportunity to the region to flourish and grow. Thus , still we find luxurious houses or more commonly known as Havelis in the region, decorated with mural paintings depicting life style and mentality of people in early 19th Century.

  • Day 3 : Day 3 : Mandawa / Bikaner:

    Drive to Bikaner. Check to hotel in Bikaner, and then depart for Deshnoke Karni Mata Temple (Karni Mata temple is famous for its sacred rats). Discover the city and visit of havelis of Bikaner, jain temples and its bazaars.
    Bikaner is a city with its typical desert fragrance, which has its own style and culture. Here we can find first glimpse of Rural Rajasthan, which you will notice easily in the costumes of people, with colorful lehangas and chunris ( Typical Rajasthaani style dress for woman) and large colorful turbans on heads of Rajasthani Men. It has its own attractions including 18th Century Junagarh fort, and palaces like Laxmi niwas and Lallgarh palace. The legend of Deshnok Rat temple is also widely known and each year it brings thousands of tourists from far off regions of the globe. One can visit the famous camel breeding farm also.

  • Day 4 : Day 4 : Bikaner / Ramdeora / Jaisalmer:

    Visit Junagarh Fort of Bikaner, built between 1589 and 1593. On the way, visit the temple of Ramdeora. Check in to hotel in Jaisalmer. By late afternoon, visit Bada Bagh (royal cenotaphs) till sunset. Evening walk in the fort of Jaisalmer.
    Jaisalmer is another desert city of Rajasthan, known for its golden color houses made of local sandstone. It is another jewel in the tourism destinations of Rajasthan, attracting visitors from all round the world. Its major tourist attractions are Sonar fort, Jain temples with exquisite architecture, then remarkable Havelis of Patwa and Salim Singh, which are worth visiting. It has markets full of different artifacts, which makes visitors pass their hours in looking things. Its golden sands also attracts the visitors, and they can go and experience local village life of people over there.

  • Day 5 : Day 5 : Jaisalmer :

    Visit the Golden Fort (Sonar Kila) built in 1156 by the Rajput ruler Jaisal, the Patwa-ki-Haveli, Salim Singh-ki-Haveli, Nathmal-ki-Haveli and Jaisalmer Jain temples. Depart for a ride on a camel back or Jeep in the Thar Desert (Khuri village 40 km from the city). Evening hosted by the gypsies of Rajasthan with traditional dances and music and dinner. Return back to Jaisalmer.

  • Day 6 : Day 6 : Jaisalmer / Jodhpur:

    Departure for Jodhpur. Check in to hotel in Joddhpur. Visit the Mehrangarh fort, known as the "magnificent fort", overlooking the city from the top of its 122 meters height and Jaswant Thada memorial dedicated to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II built in 1899. In the evening, explore the bazaars of the city (Clock Tower) with their spice merchants.
    Jodhpur is an important city of Rajasthan after the capital city Jaipur. It is also second largest city of Rajasthan in terms of Population. It is also knowns as Blue city, and each year attracts large number of tourists with its mighy and grand Mehrangarh fortress and other monuments. This is one of the most majestic forts of the world. The city also has some old heritage buildings, like Umaid Bhawan Palace, which is now a luxury hotel, and it has served several world celebrities for different occasions.

  • Day 7 : Day 7 : Jodhpur / Jojawar

    Jojawar is a picturesque village between Jodhpur and Udaipur. Check in to hotel in Jojawar. Take a ride through the picturesque Aravalli Mountains by train, which takes you into the heart of the most beautiful forests and mountains of Rajasthan. This trip is also an opportunity to get in touch with local people, always curious to know visitors from far countries. Evening, walk in the village of Jojawar.

  • Day 8 : Day 8 : Jojawar / Ranakpur / Udaipur:

    Drive to Udaipur. On the way, visit of Jain temple at Ranakpur, Chaumukha Mandir, the temple with four faces and 1444 columns all different. Check in to hotel in Udaipur. In the evening, see the traditional dance and puppet show of Rajasthan at Bagore ki Haveli.
    Ranakpur Jain temple – This is a remarkable example of Temple Architecture in Northern India, which shows the extraordinary architecture during 16th century, and shows the prosperity and richness of the region in its columns carved out of Marble.

  • Day 9 : Day 9 : Udaipur:

    Udaipur, also known as "The Venice of the East" is the most romantic city of Rajasthan with its lakes and its magnificent palaces, including the famous Lake Palace. Visit the City Palace and Jagdish Temple. Day dedicated to the visit of the city and bazaars of the old city of Udaipur. In the evening, boat ride on Lake Pichola to see the Sunset.
    Udaipur is also known as city of lakes, as major parts of the city are concentrated near Lake Pichola and lake fateh sagar. The Udaipur city palace complex is largest palace complex in india comprising of City palace, Fateh prakash palace, Shivniwas palace , Lake palace, and Jagmandir Island. The narrow streets of the old city were cleverly shown in James bond magic film of Octopussy, and still one can experience the old heritage charm of Udaipur strolling in the markets near lake pichola.

  • Day 10 : Day 10 : Udaipur / Chittorgarh / Bundi

    Drive to Bundi. On the way, visit the largest fort in Rajasthan: Chittorgarh Fort. Check in to hotel in Bundi, visit the old town. Visit of stepwell "Raniji ki baori" decorated with sculptures, the royal cenotaphs of 84 pillars.
    Bundi is small rustic city, which comes often in narration of Rudyard kiplings Stories. There are attractions like Bundi Palace and fortress, with its typical Bundi style paintings known all over Rajasthan. Its different stepwells are also worth visiting.

  • Day 11 : Day 11 : Bundi / Jaipur

    Visit of Bundi Palace and then drive to Jaipur. Check in to hotel in Jaipur and visit Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal). In the evening, explore the old town also known as the "Pink City", and visit the temple of Laxminarayan.
    Jaipur is capital city of Rajasthan, also known as Pink city of India, famous for its sprawling markets and lively people. On each corner of the city, you will find some attractions, thus markets specialized in jewellery, statues, clothes, spices and everything that you can think of. The city attracts thousands of visitors from far horizons, and keeps the hustle bustle of this 18th Century city going on. Major attractions of the city are Amber fort, and then adding charm to it, there is city palace and astronomical observatory founded by Raja Sawai Jai Singh, commonly known as Jantar Mantar, which is among Unesco’s World heritage list.

  • Day 12 : Day 12 : Jaipur:

    Jaipur, capital of Rajasthan founded by the astronomer king Jai Singh II between 1688 and 1743. Visit the Amber Fort and climb the fort on elephant back or by foot / Jeep. In the afternoon, visit the Astronomical Observatory (Jantar Mantar) and City Palace. Walk in the bazaars of the "Pink City" and discover its historical markets.

  • Day 13 : Day 13 : Jaipur / Fatehpur Sikri / Agra:

    Drive to Agra. En route visit the walled city of Fatehpur Sikri, built by Emperor Akbar between 1571 and 1585. On arrival check in to hotel. Visit the Agra Fort, one of the most beautiful Mughal style forts built by Akbar in 1565 and enlarged by his grandson Shah Jahan. In the evening visit the bazaars of the city of Agra.
    Agra is the city of Taj – which means light, and still Tajmahal is spreading its lights in the world, which is busy in different quarrels and disputes. It teaches them a lesson, that only love is eternal, rest is all, going to be diminish one day. This charming building attracts millions of tourists from all over the world, and is signature building of India. Apart from this, there are monuments like Red fort, Akbar’s tomb and Sikandara, and Itmad ud daula showing great history and grandeur of Mughal era.

  • Day 14 : Day 14 : Agra / Delhi:

    Early morning visit Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Built at the request of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a tribute to his beloved wife, its construction has mobilized more than 20,000 workers and artisans from around the world. Return to hotel for breakfast then depart for New Delhi. On the way visit the Tomb of Akbar. Check in to hotel and visit the India Gate.

  • Day 15 : Day 15 : Delhi / Return flight:

    Delhi, capital of India, an ancient, medieval and modern city. Visit of Old Delhi: visit the largest mosque in India, the Jama Masjid, and the bustling markets of Chandni Chowk. In the afternoon, visit the Humayun's Tomb and Qutub Minar. Transfer to the international airport for the return flight.

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