Day 01 Arrival at Delhi
You will be received at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi
and transferred to your hotel, where you will receive a warm traditional
welcome complete with garlands and a welcome drink. There will be a
typical Indian cuisine at dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 02 Delhi
Start your day with a delicious breakfast and then go on a sightseeing
tour of Delhi including the mighty Red Fort; the largest mosque of India
known as Jama Masjid; memorial of Mahatama Gandhi known as Rajghat;
Qutub Minar that was once the highest tower of the world; majestic
garden tomb of Humayun; the British-era war memorial and pride of India,
India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan and its Mughal gardens; Parliament's
House; shopping and exploring the narrow and busy markets of Chandni
Chowk; and finally the sound and light show at Red Fort centering on
Mughal Empire in the evening. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02 Mandawa
In the morning, drive to Mandawa, an interesting village in the
Shekhawati region. Check in at the hotel and visit the famous 18th and
19th century Havelis, famous for their beautiful frescoes and paintings.
Day 03 Bikaner
In the morning, drive to Bikaner that will take about 4 hours. Visit
the Camel Breeding Farm there, famous for rearing the best riding camels
in the world. You can ride on a camel's back and can even taste the
camel's milk, know more about how to breed the camels and even know
about the demand of camels in the international market. Spend the
evening at leisure and overnight stay in the hotel at Bikaner.
Day 04 Bikaner
The sightseeing tour of Bikaner has Junagadh Fort, with 986 m long wall
with 37 bastions and 2 gateways and the 16th century Bhand Sagar Jain
Temple with its beautiful carvings and pictures of Jain Tirthankars as
its highlights. Taste the famous sweets and snacks of Bikaner. Dinner
and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 05 Jaisalmer
Drive to Jaisalmer in the morning that will take about six hours. Spend
the evening at leisure or go for shopping in the city market. Dinner and
overnight stay at the hotel in Jaisalmer.
Day 06 Jaisalmer
Go on a guided sightseeing tour of Jaisalmer. The highlights of the
tour are the Jain temples and the museum displaying the robes and
artifacts belonging to the royal family inside the Sonar Quila, the
beautifully carved Patwon ki haveli, Gadisar Lake, the mesmerizing views
of Sam sand dunes at sunset and overnight stay at the tented
accommodation in camps.
Day 07 Jodhpur
Leave for Jodhpur after breakfast and enjoy the views of the real
desert life such as rural Rajasthani women in their colorful long skirts
and long skirts and number of pots balanced on their head and men in
colorful turbans tied in different ways to represent their caste and
community. In Jodhpur, visit the Mandore gardens and Umaid Bhawan
Palace, which is still serving as the private residence of the royal
family of Jodhpur. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 08 Kumbhalgarh
Drive to Kumbalgarh for about five hours and check in at the hotel.
Visit the Kumbhalgarh Fort that has yet been invincible due to its
vicious topography and houses a number of temples, palaces, gardens and
In the evening, drive to Ranakpur, where you will check in at the hotel
for overnight stay.
Day 09 Ranakpur/Udaipur
Ranakpur has a beautiful marble Jain temple complex that you visit in
the morning. The main shrine is dedicated to Adinath and has 1444
columns. The other temples in the premises include the famous Sun
Temple. Later, drive to Udaipur and see the local methods of farming and
irrigation on the way. Check in at the hotel for overnight stay at
Day 10 Udaipur
Go on a sightseeing tour of Udaipur, the City of Lakes. The highlights
will be the City Palace with the famous peacock square, the School of
Miniature Paintings and the temples of Nagada and Eklingji in the
evening. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 11 Kota
Drive to Kotah in the morning. Kota, situated on the banks of Chambal
River, has a rich historical past with palaces and temples and modern
industrial town with chemical and other industries. Visit the Rao Madho
Singh Museum, Jagmandir, City Palace and Fort at Kota. Overnight stay at
hotel in Kota.
Day 12 Bundi/Ranthambore
Drive to Ranthambhore visiting Bundi enroute. 36 km from Kota, Bundi
was once ruled by Hada Chauhans and has some beautiful architectural
evidences of Rajput rule such as shrines, carved brackets and pillars in
its fort that houses several monuments such as Diwan-e-aam, Hathi Pol
and Naubat Khana. Check in at the hotel at Sawai Madhopur near
Ranthambore for overnight stay.
Day 13 Ranthambore/Jaipur
Go on a jeep safari in Ranthambhore Wildlife Sanctuary, famous for
housing the largest population of tigers in India in their natural
habitat, in the morning as an adventure trip. Other wild species that
you can spot here are monkeys, langurs, alligators, Sambars and a
variety of birds.
In the evening, drive to Jaipur, where you will check in at the hotel
for overnight stay.
Day 14 Jaipur
Go on an excursion trip to Amber Fort in the morning, where ou will
also enjoy the royal elephant ride. The highlights of the fort are its
several palace complexes, a royal museum, 17th century Shish Mahal that
presents a delectable fusion of Hindu and Islamic architectural styles,
Diwan-e-Aam and Maharaja Man Singh's Palace. Overnight stay at the
Day 15 Jaipur
After the breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour of Jaipur, the Pink
City. See the 18th century astronomical observatory called Jantar
Mantar, the elegant City Palace, which serves as the private residence
of the Maharaja of Jaipur and houses a heritage hotel and a royal museum
with a rich collection of royal paintings, costumes, jewelry, arms and
ammunitions. Evening is at your leisure or you can go for exploring the
markets of Jaipur to find the famed tie-and-dye apparels, paintings,
blue enameled pottery and jewels. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 16 Delhi
After a mouth-watering heavy breakfast, drive back to Delhi, where you
will be transferred to the airport to catch flight for onward