Discover the heritage and splendour of Rajasthan as you visit to the grand Amer Fort in Jaipur soak in breath-taking view of Jodhpur from Mehrangarh Fort, experience the splendour of Udaipur, stay at a heritage hotel in Deogarh, go on a safari in Khimsar and explore the holy town of Pushkar.
- Explore the cultural, historical, and architectural heritage of Delhi.
- Visit to the majestic Taj Mahal at sunset
- Explore the Amer Fort, City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal in Jaipur.
- Take a stroll through the holy town of Pushkar.
- Enjoy a jeep safari to Black Buck Reserve and experience village life in Khimsar.
- Live in opulence at a heritage hotel in Deogarh.
- Take a boat trip on Lake Pichola and admire the picturesque view of Udaipur
- Soak in the breath-taking view of Jodhpur, the "Blue City", from the Mehrangarh Fort
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Optional local activities and experiences you can add to extend this trip
Impetus Cycling Tour of Jaipur
Heritage walk of Udaipur
Rustic Agra By Cycle
Trails of Sufism in Delhi : Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb
Savour of Mughlai Cuisine
Jaipur Neemrana Pushkar
Heritage Walk of Jodhpur
Village Jeep Safari
Guided Tour to the Largest Spice Market in Delhi
Rajasthani Cooking Class
Agra Village Walk and Heritage Tour
Explore Jodhpur by Bike Tour
Base Price Includes
- Daily buffet breakfasts included at given hotels.
- Accommodation in 4* star or similar hotels on double/ twin sharing basis.
- Jeep safari through the nearby villages to the Black Buck Reserve at Khimsar
- Experience the Local train ride through the rural countryside at Deogarh + Sunset Boatride on Lake Pichola In Udaipur
- All transfers and sightseeing by a Private vehicle, as given in the itinerary.
- Services of a Guest Friendly, experienced & Skilled Chauffeur
- Services of a local (stationed) Guide during sightseeing at cities as per the program.
- Representative for assistance upon Arrival and Departure at Major cities.
- 24/7 assistance by "Active India" support team.
Base Price Does Not Include
- Any applicable government taxes.
- Any International/ Domestic airfare.
- Any Travel insurance OR Visa Charges
- Any meal other than Breakfast - unless specified
- Any Monument Entrance fee and National Parks entry Cost.
- Any Supplement Cost for festival period, long weekend or peak season dates.
- Any service or activity charges other than those included in the inclusions List.
- Any Expenses of personal nature like Staff Tips, Laundry, phone calls, table drinks, excess baggage charges etc.
- Any camera Charges - Still or Video or any other expanses which are not mentioned in above inclusion list.
- Unforseen expenses that demand changes in the itinerary like natural calamities, changes in weather, road blockages, flight/train cancellations and any medical emergency or evacuations.
Rajasthan has some of the most spectacular palaces and medieval fortresses not to be seen anywhere in theworld. This tour takes in many of the best. Before arriving in this scintillating state we set out from Delhi for a two-night stay in the Pink City’ of Jaipur - one of Rajasthan’s great urban centres and a historical treasure trove of bejeweled palaces and temples. After Amber Fort, we travel to the holy town of Pushkar, with its beautiful setting around a sacred lake. The barren Thar Desert encroaches into the western part of Rajasthan and is one of the most romantic parts of India: In Khimsar we enjoy a jeep safari to the surrounding villages and Black Buck Reserve. The city of Jodhpur boasts of what is perhaps the finest of all Rajasthani forts, Mehrangarh, rising high above the blue-painted houses of the city. En route to Udaipur we spend two nights memorable stay at the little-known 17th Centuary Deogarh Mahal. Udaipur, many people’s favourite Indian city.
Another amazing fort,Chittorgarh, served as the power base of the Rajputs for almost a thousand years. We stop here en route to the delightful town of Bundi, a place where we get a glimpse of real rural India, with its animated markets, atmospheric old palace and a superb sample of the traditional water storage system, ‘bauri’ or the step-well – an essential resource in the semi-arid climate not only to provide water to the neighboring population but to cool down the place in hot climatic conditions. A thrilling opportunity to see the elusive tiger in one of the best reserves in northern India, Ranthambore National Park, adds another ‘experiential’ dimension to the trip that culminates in a visit to the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort in the neighboring Uttar Pradesh.