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Meet our representative at the airport and transfer to your hotel in an AC luxury car provided by us.and enjoy some free time to relax or, if you can’t wait to explore, then you can lose yourself in the city’s maze of narrow streets and experience the fragrant spices and vibrant colours of the local bazaars. Next, Visit Qutub Minar,a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Qutub Minar is an excellent example of Afghan Architecture constructed with marble and red sandstone.
After breakfast at the hotel. Next, visit Raj Ghat and Shanti Van the place where the father of the Nation, Mahatama Gandhi and Jawahar Lal Nehru was cremated and then Enjoy visit to Jama Mosque.When you reach the mosque,explore the interior with your guide. Next, drive pass Rashtrapati Bhawan and then visit India Gate, memorial built in the year 1931 to commemorate the Indian oldiers. Your final stop for the day will be at UNESCO World Heritage-listed Humayun’s Tomb.
After breakfast start your journey towards Mandawa. Reach Mandawa and post lunch proceed towards sightseeing tour of the town Mandawa, which lies in the heart of Shekhawati. A painted arched gateway, adorned with Lord Krishna and his cows, leads to the bazaar.
After breakfast drive to Khimsar. Reach Khimsar and check into the hotel. In the evening enjoy cultural programmes and view beautiful dunes.
From Khimsar depart to Jaisalmer. Enroute visit Osian. Reach Jaisalmer desert and check into the tents in the middle of the desert. In the evening take a camel ride on the sand dunes to view the sunset. The Rajasthani backdrop, the sunset and the camel ride make the entire outing an unforgettable experience.
After breakfast leave for Jaisalmer city and enroute village haunted village Kuldhara. Then see the Patwon-Ki-Haveli, Salim-Singh-Ki-Haveli and Gandhi Sagar Tank.
After breakfast leave Jaisalmer. Reach Manwar and check into the hotel. Afternoon jeep safari to visit Tribal Bishnoi villages to see desert wildlife, watch local craftsmen at work and enjoy the beautiful sand dunes.
Drive from Manwar to Rohet. Reach Rohet, where you get to Learn about wildlife from the Bishnois, a religious group who believe in the protection of nature. Take part in an evening session with a historian to learn about Rohet Garh’s history before enjoying high tea on Rohet’s dunes.
Leave from Rohet and reach Deogarh. Afternoon jeep safari in to the rugged countryside, nearby forest and lakes for the bird and nature lovers. Then walk through the little merchandising village where villagers buying and selling wares is an interesting sight.
After checkout leave for Udaipur. Enroute visit Ranakpur which is famous for its Jain Temples. Leave from Ranakpur and reach Udaipur which is one of India’s most romantic cities known for its opulent palaces and tranquil lakes. In the evening take a boat ride on Lake Pichola.
Visit the exquisite City Palace, a sprawling fortress-like complex on the eastern shore of Lake Pichola. Visit the 17th-Century Jagdish Temple and the delightful gardens at Sahelion Ki Bari and enjoy the rest of day at leisure.
Your next destination from Udaipur will be Pushkar. The city lies 11 kms northwest of Ajmer on the other side of Nag Pahar. Pushkar, sacred to Brahma, the creator, is a lotus in the sand wherein the life of Rajasthan comes to its flowering each year on the first full moon after the festival Diwali. It is a photographer’s dream. It is one of the most colorful, joyous, memorable spectacles in India.
From pushkar drive to Jaipur. Reach Jaipur and visit Birla Temple. Evening enjoy traditional Rajasthani culture folk music and dance at village restaurant Chokhi Dhani.
A full day of sightseeing includes visits to the ancient and imposing Amber Fort which sits on a hilltop overlooking the Maota Lake. Wander through the palatial grounds and see the Sheesh Mahal, a room embellished with thousands of mirror fragments that are said to be able to light up the entire room by reflecting the flame of a single candle. Visit the City Palace – an exquisite complex of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture that also houses a museum and art gallery. You’ll also get to visit the Royal Observatory and admire views of the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) which features a unique façade resembling the honeycomb of a beehive. Finally, experience the buzz of daily life with a rickshaw ride in a local market before returning to your hotel.
The long drive back to Delhi gives you the opportunity to chat to your tour leader and learn more about northern India’s culture and history. In the evening, you can take an optional trip to the Kingdom of Dreams to experience the opulence and drama of a live Bollywood show.
Enjoy a relaxing morning at leisure before your transfer to Airport. Tour ends with sweet memories.
• Some long days with early starts
• A packed itinerary with a lot of travelling on the road
• Check-in at hotels is after 12pm
• India’s colourful cities can be hectic with a fast-paced way of life but this assault on the senses is all part of the experience
• Photography may not be allowed inside monuments, palaces or museums
• A good level of fitness is required.
• Delhi- Listen to Quwalli
• Agra-Tempt your palate with good food
• Jaipur- Interact with Royal Animals on elephant ride.