Delhi-Shekhawati-Bikaner-Jaiselmer-Jodhpur-Kumbalgarh-Udaipur-Amer-Jaipur-Agra-Delhi "The Land of the Kings" and the home of the Rajputs, a group of warriors who have controlled this part of India for about one thousand years in accordance with code of chivalry and honor similar to that of the medieval European knights. Geographically Rajasthan has a mixed character. In the southern part there are the Aravali hills, northwest and south is connected with Thar Desert. There were more than 18 different states in Rajasthan in medieval India who was never united. All the state contented not only for power but also in development of arts and architecture as a result of which we can see different castles and palaces, fort and fortresses and temples. Mughal arts and architecture also entered as the Mughals invaded some part of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is also rich in language, customs and costumes, fairs and festivals and people are friendly and hospitable. The trip of 14 days in Rajasthan gives you a romantic feeling as you enjoy the luxurious life of the Maharajas.

Trip Informaton




Any day during season

Trip Duration:

12 days

Trip Grade:



Hotel in city


Tourist bus/private car/local bus/private jeep

Day 01

Arrival in Delhi:

Arrival in Delhi and transfer to hotel. Sightseeing tours in Old and New Delhi. Delhi, the capital city of India, has much to offer of contrast.

Day 02

Delhi - Shekhawati (Nawalgarth-Mukundgarh)

You will drive and enter Rajasthan’s semi desert region of Shekhawati. It is popularly known as ‘The open air art gallery’ famous for its pained Havelis. Visit to some of the Havelis in Nawalgarth. Approximately 5 to 6 hrs drive. Overnight in Mukundagarh or for the economic trips: Nawalgarh/Mandawa/Junjunu.

Day 03

Shekhawati - Bikaner:

After about 4 hours drive we arrive in Bikaner, an old desert town encircled by city walls and once an important post on the great Caravan trade route. Within the fort, there are exquisite palaces representing one of the best examples among the available Moghul styled art and architecture of India

Day 04

Bikaner - Jaisalmer:

Jaisalmer is rising from the heart of the Thar Desert like a golden mirage. This magic, incomparably unspoiled city has been dubbed 'The golden city' for its golden sunsets on the yellow sand stone mansion. The merchants built magnificent houses and exquisitely carved Jain temples within this fortified town. Free afternoon.

Day 05


Visit of the fort, the Havelis and wandering in the city. In the afternoon you will be driven to the Sam Sand Dunes, about 40kms away from the city, for camel ride and to view the sunset. En route you will also visit Bada Bagh, the Cenotaphs of the Rajputs warriors and Lodhruva, the ancient capital of Jaisalmer where you see the fine Jain temple.

Day 06

Jaisalmer - Jodhpur:

The 500 hundred year old Marwar state capital is believed to be founded by the descendent of Rama, the epic hero of Ramayan. This is the second largest city of Rajasthan. The massive Mehrangarh fort looms on the top of the rocky hill with panoramic view of the blue colored city below. Half day here is enough to cover the sightseeing of tourist interest. Overnight in Rohert Garh or Luni is possible in an excellent 4 star heritage hotel.

Day 07


En route we stop at Ranakpur, the tranquil pilgrimage town of the Jains. After visiting the unique and beautiful Jain temple we ascend the Aravali hills and arrive in Kumabalgarh. The formidable Kumbhalgarh fort stands cradled in the cluster of rolling hills.

Day 08

Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur:

Barely 2 hours drive and you arrive in Udaipur dubbed often as the ‘Venice of the East’ – center of Rajasthan’s arts, paintings and crafts. Udaipur, the city of dawn, is a lovely land around azure water lakes, hemmed in by the lush hills of the Aravali range.

Day 09

Udaipur - Ajmer:

Situated in the green oasis on the shore of Ana Sagar lake, wrapped in the barren hills, Ajmer became a favorite residence of great Moghuls. Daragah is the famous pilgrimage site for the Muslims in India. We make an excursion to Pushkar famous for its lake where the Hindus take their ritual bath. An extra ordinary event takes place on the full moon in November when the largest cattle fair in India is held. Nomads from the Thar Desert gather to trade their cattle then.

Day 10

Ajmer - Jaipur:

The capital city of Rajasthan is referred as the pink city because of the pink colored mansions. The city was designed with wide straight avenues, roads lanes and uniform rows of shops on the either side of main bazaar arranged in 9 rectangular sectors (chokris) in accordance with the principles of town planning laid down in Hindu epochal treatise – Shilpa Shastra. Visit of the Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds), Jantar Mantar (a stone observatory).

Day 11

Jaipur - Agra:

Along the way visit of the ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri, the architectural enigma of Mughal Empire. In Agra visit of the 7th wonder of world the Taj Mahal.

Day 12

Agra - Delhi:

We drive back to Delhi and complete the tour until departure transfer to the airport.

Cost includes:

• Accommodation
• Airport Transfers
• Daily Breakfast
• Surface transportation by an exclusive chauffeur driven air-conditioned car
• Services of english speaking local guides
• Entrance fees to the monuments
• All Taxes

Cost Excludes:

• Excess baggage charges
• Tips for guides and porters
• Beverage( soft drink and other hard drink)
• Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Extra night accommodation

India shares borders to the northwest with Pakistan, to the north with China, Nepal and Bhutan, and to the east with Bangladesh and Myanmar. To the west lies the Arabian Sea, to the east the Bay of Bengal and to the south the Indian Ocean. Sri Lanka lies off the southeast coast, and the Maldives off the southwest coast. The far northeastern states and territories are all but separated from the rest of India by Bangladesh as it extends northwards from the Bay of Bengal towards Bhutan. The Himalayan mountain range to the north and the Indus River (west) and Ganga River (east) form a physical barrier between India and the rest of Asia. The country can be divided into five regions: Western, Central, Northern (including Kashmir and Rajasthan), Eastern and Southern.

The official language is Hindi which is spoken by about 30% of the population, English is also often used for official or commercial purposes. In addition, 17 regional languages are recognised by the Constitution. These include Punjabi, Bengali, Gujerati and Oriya which are widely used in the north and Tamil and Telegu which are common in the south. Other regional languages are Marathi, Kannada and Malayalam. The Muslim population largely speak Urdu.

Religion : 80% Hindu, 11% Muslim with Sikh, Christian and Buddhist minorities.

Time : GMT + 5.30.

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