Best of Rajasthan Tour

Itinerary

Day 1: Sightseeing Delhi

Day 2: Drive to Agra (250 km, 4 hours)

Day 3: Taj Mahal – Drive to Jaipur (250 km, 6 hours)

Day 4: Sightseeing Jaipur

Day 5: Drive to Pushkar (150 km, 3 hours)

Day 6: Drive to Udaipur (300 km, 6 hours)

Day 7: Sightseeing Udaipur

Day 8: Drive to Ranakpur (150 km, 4 hours) via Kumbhalgarh Fort

Day 9: Drive to Jodhpur (200 km, 4 hours) 

Day 10: Drive to Khuri Desert Village (320 km 6 hours)

Day 11: Sunrise in desert. Drive to Jaisalmer (50 km, 1 hour).

Day 12: Drive to Bikaner (330 km, 6 hours)

Day 13: Drive to Mandawa (200 km, 4 hours)

Day 14: Drive to Delhi (270 km, 6 hours)


We provide private car and driver. Pick-up and drop at the airport is free.

Delhi- Agra- Jaipur- Pushkar- Udaipur- Ranakpur- Jodhpur- Khuri- Jaisalmer- Bikaner- Mandawa- Delhi

Delhi- Agra- Jaipur- Pushkar- Udaipur- Ranakpur- Jodhpur- Khuri- Jaisalmer- Bikaner- Mandawa- Delhi

Details

Day 1: Sightseeing Delhi


After breakfast in your hotel your driver will pick you up and you will drive to Old Delhi. You can start your day visiting the Red Fort. After, you walk in Chandni Chowk and visit the vegetable and spice market. In the center of a local market you find on a small hill the beautiful Jama Mosque. There are some famous restaurants in Chandni Chowk where you can enjoy typical indian lunch.

In the afternoon your driver will bring you to Humayun tomb, which was a model for the Taj Mahal. On the way by car you will see India Gate and the President House. If you still don’t feel tired, there might be some time to visit the islamic Qutub Minar, the famous modern Lotus Temple, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara (a Sikh temple) or Birla Temple (a Hindu temple). Your driver will drop you in your hotel in the evening.


Day 2: Drive to Agra (250 km, 4 hours)


After breakfast your driver will pick you up in your hotel and you drive to Agra via Expressway. On the way you visit Etta-ma-muddaulla Tomb, which Indians also call the Baby Taj. Check in Hotel. After you refreshed you visit the impressive Red Fort built by the the mighty mughals. In the early evening you will get a first glimpse of the breath-taking Taj Mahal and take the most wonderful pictures in sunset from the other side of the Yamuna River in Mehtab Bagh.


Day 3: Taj Mahal – Drive to Jaipur (250 km, 6 hours)


If you are ready to get up early you can start your day visiting the Wonder Of The World, symbol Of The Love TAJMAHAL in sunset. You will never forget the gorgeous view of this white marble mausoleum. It was built by the great mughal Shah Jahan to commemorate his main wife Mumtaz Mahal - what a beautiful proof of love! After breakfast you will drive to Jaipur and on the way you visit Fatehpur Sikari and the stepwell in Abhaneri (Chand Baori). Fatehpur Sikari was the capital of the Mughal Empire for only 15 years. Then it was abandoned because of the problematic water supply and was left behind a "ghost town". Your driver will drop you at your hotel in the evening.


Day 4: Sightseeing Jaipur


After breakfast you will visit the famous Amber Fort, 11 km from Jaipur, and on the way you can see the Water Palace. Picturesquely the Fort lies in the Aravalli hills. Its interior is exceptionally sumptuous and has more of a palace than a fort. Later you drive back to Jaipur to visit the City Palace with Albert Hall. The tour of the various rooms, halls and courtyards gives you a vivid impression of the wealth of the ruling family.While walking through the Pink City you will see the marvellous Palace of the Winds (Hava Mahal). On the occasion of a state visit by Prince Albert, all the houses of the old town were painted in pink in his honor and welcome. The Palace of the Winds (Hawa Mahal) is a five-story high, with numerous windows openwork facade. Through these many small windows, the harem ladies once observed life on the street.


Day 5: Drive to Pushkar (150 km, 3 hours)


Today you will drive to Pushkar, a village on the edge of the desert. In its center is one of the holiest Indian lakes. Gandhis ashes were scattered here. The lake is surrounded by numerous temples. After walking in the market you will visit Brahma Temple and enjoy the sunset at the Holy Lake.


Day 6: Drive to Udaipur (300 km, 6 hours)


On the way to Udaipur you will stop in Ajmer to visit the Nasiyan Jain Temple (also called red temple). Its interior is richly decorated. Particularly noteworthy is the model of a gold-plated "Heavenly Palace". In the afternoon you will visit Eklingji Temple which is a major pilgrimage attraction. After check-in in your hotel you can walk in the city market.


Day 7: Sightseeing Udaipur 


Udaipur - White city at Lake Picchola in Rajasthan. It's also called "Venice of the East". You will visit the City Palace and Jagdish Temple and do a boat tour on the Lake in the morning. In the afternoon you go up the mountain by cable car, from where you can enjoy the view of Udaipur in Sunset. For diner maybe you would like to have a Thali in a typical Indian Restaurant, before you visit the traditional show of Rajasthan culture in Bagore Ki Haveli. 


Day 8: Drive to Ranakpur (150 km, 4 hours) via Kumbhalgarh Fort


Your first stop today will be Kumbhalgarh Fort, where you will see the 2nd biggest wall of the world after China. The Fort lies beautifully in the mountains, and you have a magnificent view of the wild, rugged landscape. After the visit, your driver will bring you to your hotel in Ranakpur. After refresh you visit Ranakpur Jain Temple with its overwhelming diverse marble and sculpture art. In the eveining you can enjoy the sunset at a small lake.


Day 9: Drive to Jodhpur (200 km, 4 hours)


On the way to Jodhpur you can visit the Om Banna temple and pray for a safe journey. After Om Banna died in a motorcycle accident in 1991, people in Rajasthan created a temple for his motorcycle. After arrival in Jodhpur at the edge of the Thar desert you can refresh in your hotel and in the afternoon visit Mehrangarh Fort. The red sandstone fort, known as the Citadel of the Sun, is one of the most impressive forts in Rajasthan. Marvel at the seven gates of entry, impressive cenotaphs, brilliant craftsmanship and the royal throne of Jodhpur. Be impressed by the beautiful ceiling decorated with gold filigree work and beautiful Rajput miniature paintings. After seeing the architectural landmark of Jodhpur, Jaswant Thada, finish your day by walking in the Clock Tower market of the old city.


Day 10: Drive to Khuri Desert Village (320 km 6 hours)


A day in the Thar desert – and amidst the desert you will stop at Pokaran Fort,built by the clan of Rathores in the rare yellow sandstone. Don’t miss a Camel Safari in the desert for Sunset. Take your dinner in the village and spend the night in the village or the desert.


Day 11: Sunrise in desert. Drive to Jaisalmer (50 km, 1 hour).


After Breakfast with sunrise in the desert you will drive to Jaisalmer, on the way you pass Gadisar Lake. After refreshing in your hotel in Jaisalmer, visit Fort Jaisalmer. Nearly one fourth of the old city's population still resides within the fort. Stroll through the narrow streets and then admire the artfully and richly decorated havelis. The facades are richly decorated with bay windows and pavilions. Here, the stonemasons have created true works of art. For a beatiful sunset scenery, your driver will bring you to the Badabagh Cenotaphes of Maharajas in the evening.


Day 12: Drive to Bikaner (330 km, 6 hours)


On the way to Bikaner you will stop at Khichan Village. The village is famous for its hundreds of Kurja cranes which every winter cross the Himalayan region and move south. In Bikaner you will visit Junagarh Fort and the famous rat temple Deshnok. Here live about 20,000 rats –sacred animals of course. In the evening you visit Bhandasr Jain Temple with its wonderful paintings and walk in the old city market.


Day 13: Drive to Mandawa (200 km, 4 hours)


On the way to Mandawa you can stop for a visit of the Devi Kund Cenotaphes of Maharajas. Mandawa is part of the Shekhawati region, famous for its beautifully painted Havelis which were once a sign for the wealth of the merchant families living here. The town is dotted with numerous havelis and is said to be an open art gallery.


Day 14: Drive to Delhi (270 km, 6 hours)


Your driver will drop you at your hotel or the airport.