Destinations Covered: Delhi - Agra- Fatehpur Sikri - Karauli - Hadothi - Sawai Madhopur - Jaipur - Bikaner - Nokha - Bangarwala Bera - Khangan - Bhardia - Jhamba - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Ghanerao - Bange ka Bagh - Kelwara - Kumbalgarh - Udaipur - Delhi
Duration: 19 Nights/20 Days
Day 01: Delhi
Upon your arrival at Delhi, our congenial representative will be there to greet you. Then you would be transferred to a good and comfortable hotel. Your stay in the capital of India comprises of a combined sightseeing of Old and New Delhi, each offering distinct experiences. This city is amongst the most vibrant and lively cities of the nation but not without its share of historic and cultural value. Immerse yourself in history by visiting places like Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Shanti Van, Humayun Tomb, India Gate and Qutab Minar. You would also be taken for the sightseeing of the spectacular President's house. Overnight stay is in Delhi.
Day 02: Delhi - Agra
Next morning, a drive of 210 km would take you to Agra, the city of Taj. On route, get a chance to visit yet another historical place called Sikandara, the mausoleum of Akbar. Upon reaching Agra, we begin our sightseeing visiting numerous famous places like Itmad-ud-Daula's Tomb and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal. Built by Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaj Mahal, it is a stunning piece of Mughal architectural brilliance, much renowned for its impeccable beauty and excellence.
Day 03: Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Karauli
Next day, we drive to Karauli which is present at a distance of 200 km. The place is a queer township discovered in 1348 and lets you dive in the sedate ambience of rural life. Other attractions here include the City Palace and Kaila Devi Temple. En route, we also visit the sandstone city of Fatehpur Sikri. The city offers a magnificent escape into the past and is largely made up of red sandstones. It comprises of many gates and chambers.
Day 04: Karauli - Hadothi
From Karauli starts the journey to Sapotra, which is 40 km away. From herein commences the 25 km adventure cum fun ride on cycle towards Hadothi. On the route, we would halt close to Morel River for a finger-licking lunch. The feel of munching delicious food on the shores of a river is sure to relieve your senses and recharge you for the journey ahead. Passing through various interesting villages and country sides, you would finally suspend for the night at the village school or camp, located near the village.
Day 05: Sawai Madhopur
Day five is dedicated for a 20 km cycling expedition to Mulana Dungar. On the route, you would encounter another river known as Banas. You can halt and relax here or even play with the water at the river shore. After reaching Mulana Dungar, the rest of the journey till Sawai Madhopur would be in bus. The afternoon of day five is dedicated to a park ride in the Ranthambore National Park. Amongst the biggest and renowned national park in Northern India, the national park is an interesting site for wildlife lovers and is spread over 400 sq km. Deers, sambars, cheetal and blue bull are some animals that you can easily spot. Also, since the forest is quite sandy, the chances of encountering a tiger are quite high.
Day 06: Sawai Madhopur - Jaipur
After an early morning round of the famous Ranthambore National Park, it is time to bid goodbye to Sawai Madhopur and visit the next destination in the itinerary, the Pink City of India, Jaipur. Jaipur is 167 km and the distance would be covered in a luxurious bus. Painted in pink, the city reflects the royal heritage and Rajputana hospitality. The city is situated at the edge of the Great Indian Desert and it is a gateway to the actual Rajasthan. Overnight is in Jaipur.
Day 07: Jaipur
Next day be ready to get introduced to the spectacular historical richness of the city. Jaipur was once the capital of the royalty and today stands as the capital city of Rajasthan. The city envelops numerous popular structures in itself. Also, the artistically designed temples and beautiful gardens of Jaipur establish feelings of serenity all around. On this day we visit City Palace, Wind Palace and Observatory for sightseeing. Afterwards we explore local markets which are extremely colorful and lively. Later, we visit Amber Fort mounting on an entertaining elephant ride.
Day 08: Jaipur - Bikaner
In this morning we drive around 319 km to reach Bikaner. It is said that "if ever beauty has bloomed in a desert, it has been at Bikaner." The city was founded by Rao Bika Ji in 1488. The numerous palaces, stunning and finely sculptured temples made up of red and yellow sand stones showcase some of the excellent works of Rajput civilization. On reaching Bikaner, we visit Junagarh Fort. Built by Raja Rai Singhji, the fort has a long wall of 986 m with 37 bastions, a moat and two entrances. Within the fort, get bowled over by the splendid stone carvings. We stay at Bikaner in the night.
Day 09: Bikaner - Nokha - Bangarwala Bera
On this day we drive to Nokha, situated 60 km away. This place is popular for transforming military jeeps to open jeeps. It also has other small scale industries. On reaching here, we begin our journey on "the ship of desert", camel. Mounting on a camel's back, we head towards the next destination Bangarwala Bera which is about 15 km away. This journey is terminated at Bangarwala Bera for a night's stay at the camp.
Day 10: Bangarwala Bera - Khagan
Day ten is all set for an awesome and enjoyable camel safari. In the morning, mounting on a camel's back, we begin our journey towards Khagan, situated around 19 km away. On the way, you would cross numerous small villages which would give you a glimpse of rural life in the scorching dessert of Rajasthan. If needed, you can take a break in one of those villages. On reaching, we head towards our camps where we stay for a night.
Day 11: Khagan - Bhardia
On this day, experience the magnificent morning of the desert. The excursion on the camel continues as you pass through the blankets of golden sand dunes to reach Bhardia which is at a distance of 13 km. Take a complete look of the shimmering sand in the daytime sitting on a camel's back where every grain recites a story of the majestic past. The night would be at a camp in Bhardia. Remember, the night time in the dessert is immensely freezing, so pack yourself in a warm blanket inside your tent.
Day 12: Bhardia - Jhamba - Jaisalmer
The camel ride persists as we head towards the next destination, Jhamba, sited around 15 km away from Bhardia. On reaching Jhamba, our camel safari terminates and we drive towards Jaisalmer situated at a distance of 225 km. Jaisalmer is present in the heart of Thar Desert. The city is one of the last princely bastions of the area. Jaisalmer is also called "the Golden City of India" as the honey color is bestowed to its stone ramparts as the sun sets. On reaching the city, we visit the impressive Jaisal Fort, Jain Temples constructed in 1156 AD and some ancient Havelis. Overnight is in Jaisalmer.
Day 13: Jaisalmer - Jodhpur
Next morning, we drive to Jodhpur, located 295 km away. It is one of the most unique princely States of Rajasthan. Jodhpur is also the second largest city of Rajasthan and is sometimes tagged as the "Blue City." It offers some of the most radiant, colorful and vivacious architectures showcasing rich past. On reaching the city, we check-in at a hotel and post taking some rest, visit some of the tourist destinations like Mehrangarh Fort founded in 1459, Jaswant Thada and Mahamandir.
Day 14: Jodhpur - Ghanerao
On this day, we leave Jodhpur and drive to Ghanerao, a small village situated 200 km away. This village is surrounded by some alluring tribal villages. Exploring these villages you will be amazed to find that the glorious heritage and traditional beauty of the bygone era still persists here. You can also spot some wild animals and birds too. There is also a forest nearby for trekking. We stay at the beautiful Ghanerao Castle for a night.
Day 15: Ghanerao - Bange ka Bagh
Wake up early in the morning and wear your most comfortable sports shoes, for this day you would be trekking in the Aravali Hills through tribal villages for about twelve kilometer to reach Bange Ka Bagh. The journey is ultra adventurous, exciting and interesting. En route don't forget to capture some wild animals and birds in your camera. The path gives you some awesome sightseeing experience and a chance to interact with people of the villages. After reaching Bange Ka Bagh, the night would be spent at a Jungle Lodge.
Day 16: Bange ka Bagh - Kelwara
On this day, we continue trekking and head towards Kelwara which is 12 km away. En route the journey you would be amazed to see the simple, sober and peaceful life of the inhabitants. Again there are great chances of catching a view of some wildlife. The entire experience of trekking in Rajasthan is spectacular and serves you with dazzling lifetime memories. On reaching Kelwara, we stay in a hotel for the night.
Day 17: Kelwara - Kumbalgarh - Udaipur
We begin this day with trekking for about 6 km, until we reach Kumbalgarh Fort. Post exploring the fort, the journey continues as we cover another 90 kms to reach Udaipur. On the route we visit the famous Ranakpur Jain Temples, depicting a fine marvel of Indian architecture. It was built in 15th century and comprises of an amazing 1444 pillars inside the temples. Surprisingly, none of them look alike. On reaching Udaipur, we transfer into a lavish hotel.
Day 18: Udaipur
This entire day is meant for sightseeing. Udaipur is also known as romantic city of India and City of Lakes. The city has numerous striking and exquisite lakes, beautiful temples, blossoming gardens, fascinating forts and palaces. We visit City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Sahelion Ki Bari, the Gardens of the Maids-Of-Honour, Pratap Memorial, Fatehsagar and Lake Pichola. You will surely admire the divine and superb beauty of these places. Sleep tight cherishing the everlasting memories of the same.
Day 19: Udaipur - Delhi
In the morning, we catch a flight to Delhi. On arriving Delhi, you are given rooms to fresh and change. Rest of the day is free, so you can do whatever you feel like. Explore famous markets of Delhi or hangout somewhere.
Day 20: Delhi- Departure
The amazing adventure tour has ended and it is time to bid good bye. Surely, you would have clicked hundreds of pictures and collected infinite astonishing memories till the departing hour. Our representatives would help you get to the airport where you can board the flight and carry forth with your onward destination.
Also Mapped to: • Jaipur Tours • New Delhi Tours • Jodhpur Tours • Jaisalmer Tours • Bikaner Tours • Udaipur Tours • Agra Tours • Fatehpur Sikri Tours
This travel package gives you an opportunity to catch a glimpse of the important destinations of Rajasthan.