Classic Rajasthan

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Day 1 Delhi
Welcome to India! Today begins your tour through this incredible country. Upon arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport you will be warmly greeted by one of our representatives who will then assist by transferring you to your hotel. Get a good night’s sleep to start your tour tomorrow well rested.

Day 2 Delhi to Jaisalmer
This morning, after breakfast, we will fly to Jaisalmer and transfer to Hotel, where we will check in to the hotel. The city of Jaisalmer is a former medieval trading center that lies in the heart of the Thar Desert. Known as the 'Golden City', Jaisalmer is famous for its yellow sandstone architecture.

Day 3 Jaisalmer
This morning we will explore the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort. The fort's towering honey-coloured sandstone walls are the perfect camouflage, allowing it to blend in perfectly with the golden hues of the desert and thus avoid attack. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jaisalmer Fort was built in the 12th century, and is believed to be the very last 'living fort' in the country – nearly one fourth of the old city's population still resides within the fort's walls. The rest of the day is yours to use as you please: explore the city on your own or participate in an optional tour to enhance your experience.

Excursion to Desert Camp for Camel Ride and Dinner on the Dunes – Experience the romance and mystery of the desert as the sun sets over the golden sand, enchanted by the melodies of the desert musicians. Traditional folk artists such as the langaas and kalbelias will mesmerise you with their music and dance, passed down through generations. Relax on large, comfy Indian-style beds named charpais, which are woven using natural materials, and enjoy an array of delectable chargrilled dishes as you dine under the stars.

Day 4 Jaisalmer to Jodhpur
This morning we will depart Jaisalmer and drive to Jodhpur, otherwise known as the 'Blue City', or the Gateway to Thar, due to its position right on the edge of the eponymous desert.
Jodhpur we'll take a guided tour of the imposing Mehrangarh Fort, built in the 15th century. Situated on a high rocky outcrop that overlooks the walled city, from here you can see the iconic azure shade that the city's buildings have been painted. Mehrangarh Fort is one of the largest forts in India and is still run by the Jodhpur royal family. Within its thick, sturdy walls lie numerous palaces and courtyards, as well as an 18th-century Rajput garden.

Day 5 Jodhpur
After early Break-fast we will start a excursion to Bishnoi` s villages.
After morning break-fast we will leave for half-Day excursion to Bishnoi Villages: A jeep drive through the countryside-a conducted tour of village inhabited by a unique comminity-Bishnois!
Meet them in their homes and talk to them. The vegetarian community the best friend and protector of the flora and fauna conceding spiritual allegiance to twenty and nine tenets of the 15th century legendary Guru Jambheshwar (Jambhoji)- Spot the herds of black buck around the Bishnoi’s settlements freely and fearlessly running about. Gorgeously clad women folk and head geared charming men are compellingly and invitingly interesting for a dialogue.
Opium ceremony is a unique customary feature besides the cottage craftsmanship of the potters and weavers.

Day 6 Jodhpur to Ranakpur
Leisurely morning snacks, we  start Our Journey to Ranakpur. Overnight Stay at Hotel
This 15th Century Jain Temple is an important pilgrimage For the Jain followers. Inside The Temple, there are around 1444 Pillars, Each of which has different carvings. This massive Temple was built during the reign Of RanaKumbha Of Mewar. The beautiful marble stone carving on the Ceilings, Walls and Pillars of the temple is a real delight To The Art Lovers.
Day 5 Ranakpur to Udaipur
We will begin our drive to the beautiful city of Udaipur. Set around a series of stunning artificial lakes, Udaipur is known as the 'City of Lakes' and is also recognised for its lavish royal residences.

Day 6 Udaipur
Today, we will visit the awe-inspiring City Palace. Well known as one of the biggest palaces in Rajasthan, the palace is a grand building set on the banks of Pichola Lake. Though construction began in the late 1500s, under the orders of Maharana Udai Singh II, the palace was added to and tinkered with for a further 400 years, as his successors came and went. Today this monumental complex consists of 11 palaces surrounded by courtyards, balconies, towers and gardens, and is famed for its intricate peacock mosaics. After our tour here, you may spend the rest of the day at leisure, or participate in an optional tour to enhance your experience.  Lake Pichola Boat Ride – Enjoy a cooling breeze as you sail across this freshwater lake, enjoying an uninterrupted view of Udaipur’s palatial splendour

Day 7 Udaipur to Bundi
On arrival in Bundi, transfer to hotel. In the evening, visit the town. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Highlights:-  • Step well, Old Market and Bundi Fort

Day 8 Bundi to Ranthambore
After breakfast in the morning drive to Ranthamboree . Ranthamboree is known all over for it's Ranthamboree National Park that offers more opportunities of sighting of tigers and other fast depleting animals. Enjoy an afternoon canter safari to spot tigers(at additional cost). Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 9 Ranthambore
Morning, Evening Safari
Highlights:-  • Tiger Safari

Day 10 Ranthambore to Jaipur    
After Break-fast at leisure, we will start our another great journey to Jaipur. 'The "Pink City" capital of Rajasthan. We will have lunch on highway Motel and late afternoon check- in at hotel. In the late evening we will witness Bolly Wood Cinema to watch a movie at Raj Mandir.

Day 11 Jaipur
After The morning breakfast, we will Set Forth to a visit to Amber Fort. A Lake at the entrance of The Fort gives It a heavenly feeling. Those who want to enjoy a Maharaja Style Trip, can take a Ride of the Elephants decorated with colors and other ornamental Items. The fine use of the marble carvings, mirrors, and other decorative Items. In the Architecture of the Fort make It all the more attractive & appealing. The delightful colored artwork on the walls, pillars and ceiling of the Fort make It an artist's heaven. We then move to the Palace Areas of the City, Taking a halt at the JalMahal on the way visit the impressive City Palace begun in 1729 and still inhabited by the royal family.
We would visit the Jantar Mantar, a fascinating medieval observatory. The afternoon is left free for personal exploration or to arrange a visit to one of Jaipur's justly famous gem stores.
Highlights:-  • Obesrvatory   • Wind Palace   •Amber Fort

Day 12 Jaipur to karoli
Explore the City Palace, the temple and the village of Karauli. Overnight at hotel.

Day 13 Karoli to Agra
Today is a Drive to Agra and lunch on the way. Later Check-in Hotel we will visit
You will visit the largest fort in India, Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within its red sandstone walls lives an extinct civilisation of the Mughal rulers. It is said that the emperor who built the Taj Mahal, after being imprisoned by his son,
After this you will visit the Taj Mahal. This bright white marble mausoleum stands in a huge garden on the right bank of the Yamuna River. It was built at the request of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to immortalise his love for his wife Mumtaz.
Renowned for its perfection, harmony, symmetry and aesthetics, you will discover one of the seven wonders of the world and one of the greatest architectural jewels of Indo-Muslim art.
In the evening, you enjoying the sunset over the beautiful Taj Mahal.
Highlights:- • Taj Mahal  • Agra Fort

Day 14 Agra to Delhi
After Breakfast we will visit the Agar fort and drive to delhi
Gateway to north India, Delhi, known locally as Dilli, is the capital of India and its major political and cultural center. Located on the banks of the River Yamuna, Delhi has been continuously inhabited since at least the 6th century BCE.

Day 15 Delhi Sightseeing / Back to Home
Today begins with sightseeing tour of New Delhi. Strctching back into history. there have been seven citics constructed around Delhi. stretching way back into history. The latest was built in the 1920's, designed by british architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. Make a visit to its most imprcssive cdificc, the grandiose RAJPATH and also learn of India’s Mughal past at the TOMB OF THE EMPEROR HUMAYUN. Make a stop at the GANDHI MUSEUM,     scene of the ‘Great Soul’s assassination in 1948. Dinner tonight is at a local restaurant and departure for airport.
Highlights of Delhi :-    • Gandhi Memorial  • Humayun's thomb  

 
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Sanjay Gehlot

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