Vibrant Colors of Rajasthan

13 Days
From 570 $ per person
Discovery | Trekking | Family Travel
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  • This circuit aims to make you explore the different colors and shades of Rajasthan. It covers all vibrant colors of Rajasthan like fresco painted havelis in Mandawa, Jain temples in Ranakpur, Taj Mahal in Agra, Sun rise and Sun set moment in Thar desert and boating in Udaipur Lake Palace.
    Special recommendations by our expert: Rat temple visit in Deshnoke, Camel Safari in Thar Desert, Bishnoi village visit, Horse riding in Pushkar and Slum visit in Delhi.

    Delhi - > Mandawa -> Bikaner -> Jaisalmer -> Jodhpur -> Udaipur -> Pushkar -> Jaipur -> Agra -> Delhi

  • Day 1 Arrive Delhi

    Traditional welcome by our representative on your arrival. Meet and greet with your driver and then drive to your hotel. Check in at hotel.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 2 Delhi – Mandawa [6hrs drive/258km]

    Morning after breakfast drive to Mandawa, It is located in the Shekhawati, region famous for its beautifully frescoes painted old havelis (mansions). An ideal place for art lover, historian and architecture. Shekhawati was once home of rich Marwari community who hired artists to paint frescoes on their homes to show off their opulence. These days many havelis are converted into boutique home stay but still lot of them are in abandoned by their landlord.
    Suggested Sightseeing of Ramgargh and Mahansar along with the havelis of Mandawa.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 3 Mandawa – Fatehpur – Bikaner [4hrs drive/193km]

    Drive towards Bikaner en route visit of Fatehpur; enjoy here the visit of the Devra and Singhania Havelis. It is a fusion of Indian and Western Styles. You can also visit The Nandine le prince the cultural centre to appreciate the work done by this centre to preserve the cultural heritage of Shekhawati. Perfect place for art lover. After the visit continue your road towards Bikaner.
    Bikaner was founded by Rao Bika Ji, a Rajput prince in 1488 AD. The city is known for its Junagarh fort, places, and Jain temple and wildlife sanctuary. Every year Kolayat fair which is also known as Kapil Muni fair is held. During this period trading of the animals like buffaloes, camels and horses take place. Pilgrims also take a dip in holy lake.
    Suggested Sightseeing: Junagarh fort, Jain Temple, Ganga Singh Museum and Sadul Singh Museum
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 4 Bikaner – Deshnoke – Jaisalmer [7hrs drive/380km]

    Early morning road towards Jaisalmer en route visit of Deshnoke, It famous for Karni Mata Temple also known as rat temple because of the presence of thousands of rats in and around the temple. Visit of the temple and then continue towards Jaisalmer.
    Jaisalmer also known as golden city of Rajasthan because of the yellow sand and desert land in and around the city. The biggest attraction of the city that it has living fort. Still so many families are living in the fort and you can also experience this stay in some of the accommodation available there.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 5 Full day visit of Jaisalmer

    Explore whole day Jaisalmer Starting from its fort, Bada Bagh, Patwon Ki Haveli and Gadisar Lake. Evening Safari in the Sam Sand dunes to do Camel Safari. Enjoy the sun set moment in the desert. Overnight at hotel.

    Day 6 Jaisalmer – Jodhpur [6hrs drive/280km]

    Morning road towards Jodhpur en route visit of Pokhran Fort. Jodhpur is also known as blue city of Rajasthan. Its houses are majorly painted in blue and white to keep the room fresh during the summer.
    Suggested sightseeing of Jodhpur; Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Sardar Market and Gulab Sagar. If you are adventure lover you can also test your hand in Zip line in Mehrangarh fort.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 7 Jodhpur – Ranakpur – Udaipur [6hrs drive/258km]

    Morning road towards Udaipur en route visit of Ranakpur. It is famous for its absolutely astonishing Jain temples. Visit is only possible from noon to 5pm. The major attraction is the main temple, Chaumukha Mandir, which was built in 15th century and made out of white marble. After the visit continue your road towards Udaipur.
    Udaipur: City of lakes, places and also known as Venice of India. This is the most romantic city in India and famous destination for the honeymoon trip. Enjoy the royalty and the heritage sites of the city.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 8 Udaipur full day visit

    Full day visit in Udaipur: City palace, Jagdish Temple, Shilpgram (craftsmen’s village), Bagore ki Haveli. Enjoy boating in Lake Pichola. For horse lover we recommend to do horse riding around Udaipur. This is also an ideal place to try your hand on Indian cuisine and learn the art of Indian cooking and its spices.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 9 Udaipur – Eklingji – Ajmer – Pushkar [6hrs30mins drive/289km]

    Morning Road to Pushkar en route visit of Shri Eklingji Prabhu temple dedicated for lord Shiva and Sas bahu temples in Nagada dedicated to Lord Vishnu. These temples are very ancient and their architecture is worth visiting. Before arriving in Pushkar visit the holy shrine of Ajmer.
    Pushkar is famous for its annual cattle fair wherein trading of camel and cattle take place. Because of its importance and tourist attraction during this period so many cultural event take place. It is really worth visit Pushkar during the fair.
    Visit of Pushkar Lake and Brahma temple, the only temple in the whole world. For people loving the adventure can enjoy ride in hot air balloon and see the aerial view of Pushkar.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Day 10 Pushkar – Jaipur [4hrs drive/145km]

    After breakfast road to Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, also known as pink city because of the pink walls, shops and buildings of the city. It offers a royal heritage welcome to its visitors.
    On arrival in Jaipur. Traditional welcome by hotel. Check in at hotel.
    Evening visit of Hawa Mahal the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) and local markets of Jaipur which is full of people doing shopping enjoying street food. Overnight at hotel.

    Day 11 Jaipur

    After breakfast start your visit of the day with Amber fort on elephant ride later on proceed to Albert Hall, City Palace, the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) and the world’s largest stone observatory – the Jantar Mantar. Visit of some religious places like the Govind Devji Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, the Lakshmi Narayan and Ganesh Temples, visit the amazing Jaigarh and Nahargarh Forts and Raj Mandir Cinema.
    Suggested Activity in Jaipur: Heritage walk, Trekking, Half day program in an elephant farm with Elephants experience elephant painting, feed this giant creature do ride and bicycle tour in the city.
    Overnight at hotel

    Day 12 Jaipur - Galta Ji - Fatehpur Sikri -Agra [5hrs drive/247 km]

    Morning after breakfast road to Agra en route visit of Galta ji temple known as monkey temple. This temple is surrounded by granite cliffs and it is located in a very peaceful location. Continue towards Agra. Visit of Fatehpur Sikri a world heritage site of UNESCO was the capital of Mugal emperor, than later on deserted because of lack of water problem. On arrival in Agra check in at hotel.
    Evening visit of Agra Fort, Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity, Kalakriti Cultural & Convention Center. Possible to do heritage walk in the city with you local guide.
    Overnight at hotel

    Day 13 Agra – Delhi [5hrs drive/247 km]

    Early morning visit of Taj Mahal. Best time to visit The Taj Mahal, you can also explore the different mood of the place. Drive back to the hotel. Breakfast and check out from the hotel. Road to Delhi by Yamuna expressway.
    Evening half day visit of the market to do shopping for your souvenir later on in time transfer to the airport to connect your flight for onward destination.

  • Start from 570 $ per person

    Accommodations for 12 nights (on a double room basis)
    Meals: Breakfast in all destinations
    All airport and hotel transfers
    An air conditioned Indigo with English speaking chauffeur throughout your travel in India
    Your holiday advisor: a 24/7 point of contact, supporting during your trip
    Fees and taxes

    Non Inclusions:
    International flight ticket
    Personal expenses
    Travel insurance
    Activities and Entrances of the monuments other than mention in the inclusions.

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