Wildlife and Ancient Site ( 15 Days )
An alluring combination of history, heritage and the grand Rajputana lifestyle, a tour of Rajasthan lets you take a glimpse of the grandeur of India’s past. Rajasthan has some of the most beautiful cultural sites in India. Many cultural fairs are held in the state, where you can witness vibrant clothes, lively folk music and stalls selling local handicrafts. Explore Historical buildings, forts and palaces, cultural fairs and events.
•Explore the cultural and architectural highlights of Delhi, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaipur
•Balanced set of experiences from seeing all the major sights, experiences markets, walking tours, Birding, wildlife and time at leisure to let it all soak in
•Travel through beautiful villages & learn about the Bishnoi people
•Visit the magnificent palace of karoli, Holy town Pushkar and the stunning Jain temple at Ranakpur
•Visits to Agra Fort & the unforgettable Taj Mahal
•Night stay at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in search of Tiger, Sloth Bear & Leopard
•Guided tour of Jaipur including the Amber Palace, Hawa Mahal & Observatory
•Go on a rickshaw ride through Jaipur with the Pink City Rickshaw and Bollywood night.
On arrival into Delhi you will be greeted by your Wild Eye Travels representative and transferred directly to your hotel for check in. We have a number of exceptional restaurant recommendations which offer the best of the best of Indian cuisine, please discuss with us and we can make reservations on your behalf.
Start your day by exploring the fascinating Old Delhi area, where you will walk past old crumbling havelis, see vibrant street food stalls, visit the famous Jama Masjid mosque and wander through colourful markets. Continue to the imposing Red Fort, one of the most important buildings of Mughal architecture from that period. In complete contrast to the medieval Old Delhi, New Delhi stands in formal splendour; a city of wide boulevards offering ever-changing perspectives of Lutyens' landscaped city. Highlights include Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Humayun's Tomb, architecturally considered the forerunner of the Taj Mahal, as well as a visit to the Sikh temple of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, where you can also visit the community kitchen where thousands are fed delicious food every day.
Old Delhi walk, Humayun’s Tomb, Sikh Temple , Gandhi Memorial
Budget Hotel : Pooja Palace Comfort Hotel : Hayat
This morning you will transfer to Agra, a journey of approximately 4 hours. 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.
Taj mahal, Agra Fort
Budget Hotel: Royal Residency Comfort Hotel: Jaypee
Karoli is a smaller town with more of a rural feel. Our drive will take approximately three to four hours and we will arrive at our accommodation in time for lunch. Founded in 1348, Karauli is a holy town which has been strongly fortified by its rulers throughout history and is famous for the pale red sandstone wall which surrounds it. Legend has it that the ruling family were descendants of Lord Krishna, one of the most loved gods of Hindu mythology. Our family-run heritage hotel is an accommodation highlight here, encouraging us to feel like we have stepped back in time to the days of the Raj. After lunch we hope to be able to ride on camel-drawn carts from our hotel to the 600-year-old palace which forms the imposing highlight of this town. Used as a residence by the royal family until 1950, the palace has now been abandoned by them. These days it is mostly occupied by monkeys and geese. It is said that geese have been here since the days when they were used as a warning system against any intruders. After visiting the palace, we will explore other points of interest in the town, such as the Madan Mohanji Temple in time for the arti ceremony.
Karoli Fort, Temple Visit
Hotel Bhawar Niwas Palace B, L,D
Next drive south east for just under six hours to Ranthambore National Park, where you will be spending the following two nights. In recent years, the tiger population has been growing thanks in part to the positive effect which controlled and sustainable tourism has had on the key tiger parks. Not only that, you will see a myriad of other wildlife, from leopards, sloth bears, deer and diverse birdlife. In the centre of Ranthambore is an impressive ancient fort, and sometimes you see the tigers sunning themselves on ancient temples. Here we have included daily safaris for you to explore this beautiful area of the world and the hope of spotting a tiger or two!
2 Game drive by cantor
Budget Hotel: Raj Palace Comfort Hotel: Pug mark or similar B, L, D
After early 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.
Second day 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.
Amber Fort, City Palace, Obesrvatory, city walk and Bollywood night
Budget Hotel: Arya Niwas Comfort Hotel: Mandhwa haveli: B/F
A leisurely drive to Pushkar, a bewitching little town on the edge of the desert with temples, bathing Ghats, onion domes and chalk-coloured buildings clustering around its holy lake, said to have appeared when Brahma dropped a lotus flower. The lake is an important pilgrimage centre and we shall see many pilgrims and Sadhus, Hindu holy men. We visit the famous Lord Brahma Temple, one of the few temples in the world dedicated to this deity. Evening we walk through the town and meet the local folks.
Budget Hotel : Master Paradise Comfort Jagat Palace
This morning we will depart Pushkar 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.
Second day After early Break-fast we will start a excursion to Bishnoi` s villages for half day.
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. Evening a walk in busy market of Jodhpur known as Clock Tower Sadar Bazar .
Opium ceremony is a unique customary feature besides the cottage craftsmanship of the potters and weavers.
Meharngarh Fort, Jashwant Thada, old town walk Cooking class and Bishnoi village
Hotel : Budget: Mandore Guest house Comfort Hotel :: Ratan Villas
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.
Visit of Jain Temple
Hotel : Maharani Bagh
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.
Second day, 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 splendor.
City Palace, Cultural Dance show, Boat ride
Budget Hotel : Udai Garh Comfort Hotel : Karohi haveli
Finally fly back to Delhi from Udaipur and spend one more Day in the city before taking your return flight home.
If time permit some city tour
Day Rooms if required
Budget Hotel : Pooja Palace Comfort Hotel : :Hayat
• Hotel and Heritage Accommodation at the listed hotels
• Daily Breakfast at the hotels
• Meals included at Karoli, Ranthambore, and Ranakpur
• Private chauffeur- car for airport transfers, sightseeing & inter-city drives
• Services of English-speaking guides for private city tourssightseeing
• Entrance fee for monuments as listed in the itinerary
• Exclusive jeepcantor safaris will be provided in Ranthambore
• Domestic Flights Train during the Tour
• All Government taxes, parking fee, fuel charges, interstate road taxes
• If group above 4 pax tour guide for entire tour
• International Flight
• Travel, health, and cancellation insurance
• Travel insurance & Visa
• Camera charges (VideoStill)
• Personal Expenses (tips, porterage, phone, internet, beverages)
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