SPLENDID RAJPUTANA

Does a ride into the wide open and a visit to natural town life captivate you up to no limits? On the off chance that indeed, set out with us on a visit to Rangilo Rajasthan, the genuine vivid Rajasthan in the backgrounds of sand rises, rainbow of hues and the enchantment of desert. We take you on a voyage through Delhi, Navalgarh, Nagaur, Osi, Luni, Udaipur-the lake city, Bundi Kalakhao, Agra-the home to seventh Wonder of the World-Taj Mahal, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site-Kumbhalgarh.

With a breathtaking opportunity to remain medium-term in a rose camp at Osian, the 14 days visit takes you on a visit to 11 excellent spots conveying the old world appeal of strongholds, royal residences, wild and lakes. Appreciate safaris, lake pontoon rides, camel rides, visit to well known castles like the Badal Mahal, Udaipur City royal residence and the most raved Taj Mahal and Kumbhalagrh post from the beginning with agreeable rides and extravagant breakfast spreads.

Genuine Rajasthan is in the towns and this visit would tear open the spiritualist universe of Rajputana that Rajasthan is acclaimed for! Witness something other than sand ridges!

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

14 Days
11 Places

Destination Covered

Delhi, Navalgarh, Nagaur, Osian, Luni, Kumbalgarh, Udaipur, Bundi, Kalakahun, Agra, Delhi

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DAY BY DAY ITINERARY

Day 01:- DELHI

Land at International airplane terminal, Welcome in conventional Indian style with tika, blossoms and Silk scarf. If it’s not too much trouble convey Indian nearby number (in the fundamental handset) with national meandering at national wandering given by all of us all through our visit.

Day 2: DELHI

Morning after breakfast at Hotel drive out for neighborhood touring of old Delhi,

Jama Masjid - It is the biggest mosque in the India. It was worked by Mughal sovereign Shah Jahan in 1656.

Red fortification - It is UNESCO world legacy site. It was principle habitation of the sovereigns of the Mughal tradition.

Delhi Bazar - Enjoy some neighborhood shopping at Janpath and Palika Bazar. Stroll in visit to zest and gem market close Chandani Chowk.

Post lunch (Not Included) take a ride to New Delhi.

Qutub Minar – A 73 meter tall minaret that structures some portion of the Qutab complex, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, decreasing pinnacle of five story, made of red sandstone and marble. It has a winding staircase of 379 stages.

Humayun Tomb - It was nine years after the demise of Humayun. Most remarkable highlights are the nursery space (Chaharbagh) with pathways water channels, well corresponding sepulcher beaten by the twofold vault.

India Gate (Drive away): Commemorates the 70,000 Indian troopers who lost their lives battling for the British Army during the World War I.

Rajghat: Marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was incinerated following his death.

Parliament (Drive away) - Indian parliament building. It is roundabout molded structure opened in 1927.

Find the Imperial New Delhi displaying open, tree-lined avenues and Connaught Place.

Day 03:- DELHI-NAVALGARH

After breakfast look at from Delhi inn and drive for Nawalgarh. Arrive and check-in at all around delegated space for you. Later an expert guide will accompany you for Nawalgarh touring:

Anandilal Poddar Haveli: is one of the wonderful palatial chateaus. Arranged in the core of Nawalgarh this Haveli which was worked in 1902 was the perfect goal for travelers who are fervent admirers of craftsmanship and excellence.

Kamal Morarka Museum: is situated at Naya Bazar Nawalgarh.  

Day 04:- NAVALGARH-NAGAUR

After breakfast look at from the lodging and drive for Nagaur. Arrive and check-in at all around delegated space for you. You have a choice to visit advertise or unwind at the inn.

Day 05:- NAGAUR

Morning after breakfast the day will begin with neighborhood touring

Nagaur Fort: which was initially worked by the Nagavanshi faction (consequently the name that signifies ’Fortification of the Hooded Cobra) yet modified in the twelfth century by the Ghaznis to incorporate royal residences and mosques

Mahi Darwaja: One of the five Mega entryways in Nagaur which can limit the passage of any outcast in Nagaur which makes this spot a noteworthy spot. There are a Mini market and sustenance outlets.

Day 06:- NAGAUR-OSIAN

After breakfast look at from the inn and drive for Osian Village. Check-in at tent convenience. Osian is well known as home to the group of demolished Brahmanical and Jain sanctuaries dating from the eighth to eleventh hundreds of years. The city was a noteworthy religious focal point of the kingdom of Marwar during the Gurjara Pratihara line. Of the 18 places of worship in the gathering, the Surya or Sun Temple and the later Kali sanctuary, Sachiya Mata Temple and the fundamental Jain sanctuary devoted to Mahavira hangs out in their beauty and engineering.

Experience Village safari visit with Camel ride involvement Supper and night at Tented Camp.

Day 07:- OSIAN-LUNI

After breakfast look at from the lodging and drive for Luni, arrive check in at the inn. Guided visit begin presently visit of Fort Chanwa Luni: The town of Luni settles in the shadow of the château dividers and is a center point of movement with its numerous craftsman’s molding metal, dirt or wood into perplexing structures and showing the abilities disregarded during the time by their precursors

Day 08:- LUNI-KUMBALGARH

After breakfast look at from the lodging and drive for Kumbhalgarh. Arrive check in at the inn, later guided voyage through Kumbhalgarh Fort: The stronghold that has positively influenced history as the second biggest divider after the Great Wall of China – it is none however the Kumbhalgarh fortification in Rajasthan. The strong post is 3600 ft tall and 38km long that encompasses the region of Udaipur. It was considered to have been worked by Rana Kumbha in the fifteenth century. The post is additionally proclaimed an UNESCO World Heritage Site that is under the gathering Hill Forts of Rajasthan.

Badal Mahal: is arranged at the most elevated purpose of the stronghold. Worked by Rana Fateh Singh in the nineteenth century, this 2 storeyed castle is isolated into 2 bury associated however unmistakable segments - the Zanana Mahal (the area for the illustrious women) and the Mardana Mahal ( the segment for the male individuals from the regal family).

Baoli: Large Stepwell in the Kumbhalgarh Citadel, close Udaipur (India) Stepwells, likewise called bawdi or baoli, are wells or lakes in which the water can become to by plummeting a lot of steps.­This is presumably one of the most fascinating piece of what’s left of the post, yet it is elusive and not on the "vacationer circuit".­ Requires some scrambling, since the Step-very much was ensured by its own invigorated divider

Day 09:- KUMBALGARH-UDAIPUR-KUMBALGARH

After breakfast go for an excursion to Udaipur that incorporates

City Palace: Udaipur City Palace is one of the structural wonders of Rajasthan, found gently on the banks of Lake Pichola. City Palace which has a few cut galleries, curves and designed columns, Zenana Mahal, Fateh Prakash, Durbar Hall, and Shambhu Niwas. Likewise, visit Jagdish sanctuary, Vessel ride-at Lake Pichola

Saheliyo ki Badi: Saheliyon-ki-Bari is a noteworthy nursery and a well known visitor space in Udaipur in the Indian territory of Rajasthan. It lies in the northern piece of the city and has wellsprings and booths, a lotus pool and marble elephants. It was worked by Rana Sangram Singh.

Night back to Kumbhalgarh inn.

Day 10:- KUMBALGARH-BUNDI

After breakfast look at from the lodging and drive for Bundi. Arrive and check-in at lodging, later guided voyage through

Taragarh Fort: was the main spot to a significant liberal state with regards to the Rajput appeal and greatness. Taragarh Fort is an enormous stronghold worked in 1354 during the pinnacle of Rajput rulers. It was made the capital of principle regal states. This novel post is available by a sharp street interfacing up the slope towards its passageway, which is improved with wild elephants.

Raniji ki Baori: is a three story stepwell and has two phenomenal well-angled entryways with extraordinary craftsmanship done on the columns and statues of Elephants made up of white marble (not very white) on the highest point everything being equal. The last (third) door of the stepwell is a lovely one as it has the figures of elephants on all corner and it’s a joy to watch.

Garh Palace: is known for its creative Rajput style engineering which can be effectively found in its Jharokhas and columns. Among different castles which are popular for their adornments like Chhatra Mahal, Phool Mahal, and Badal Mahal.

Day 11:- BUNDI-KALAKHO

After breakfast look at from the lodging and drive for Kala Kho town. Arrive and check-in at the retreat, later there will be Village walk. The Village Retreat offers a much needed reprieve from the ordinary vacationer visit to landmarks, exhibition halls, and commercial centers; away from the hustle-clamor of the packed urban communities, towards perfect and immaculate existences of the genuine individuals of the land.

Concealed inside a valley inside the Aravali Hills, home to the network of Meena Tribals, the delight, and soul of rural life is obvious on the exuberant essences of the town people. Here, from numerous points of view, time has stopped and globalization has had little effect.

Day 12:- KALAKHO-AGRA

After breakfast look at from lodging and drive for Agra. Arrive and check-in at the lodging, later guided voyage through Agra Fort: is a recorded fortification in the city of Agra in India. It was the fundamental living arrangement of the rulers of the Mughal Dynasty till 1638, when the capital was moved from Agra to Delhi.

Itmad Ula Daulah: the tomb of Itimad-ud-Daula is a stunning sepulcher arranged on the Yamuna River simply outside Agra and ought to be acknowledged in its very own privilege and not as a small scale form of the Taj Mahal. Worked by the Mughal Empress Nur Jahan for her folks, Itimad-ud-Daula and Asmat Begum, somewhere in the range of 1622 and 1628, this little catacomb is the main case of a Mughal tomb looked in white marble that utilized such a wide utilization of stone trim to beautify its outside.

Day 13:- AGRA-DELHI

Early morning getup to beat the Sun, Taj Mahal – Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his adored spouse Mumtaz Mahal. 

Evening you will drive for Delhi. Touch base at Delhi and check-in at lodging.

Day 14:- DELHI

After breakfast, you are dropped by our representatives to the airport or railway station depending on your departure timings.

Does a ride into the countryside and a visit to rustic village life enchant you up to no bounds? If yes, embark with us on a visit to Rangilo Rajasthan, the real kaleidoscopic Rajasthan in the backdrops of sand dunes, rainbow of colours and the magic of desert. We take you on a tour of Delhi, Navalgarh, Nagaur, Osi, Luni, Udaipur- the lake city, Bundi Kalakhao, Agra- the home to 7th Wonder of the World- Taj Mahal, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site- Kumbhalgarh.

With a spectacular chance to stay overnight in a tented camp at Osian, the 14 days tour takes you on a visit to 11 beautiful places carrying the old world charm of fortresses, palaces, wilderness and lakes. Enjoy safaris, lake boat rides, camel rides, visit to famous palaces like the Badal Mahal, Udaipur City palace and the most raved Taj Mahal and Kumbhalagrh fort- all along with comfortable rides and lavish breakfast spreads.

Real Rajasthan is in the villages and this tour would break open the mystic world of Rajputana that Rajasthan is famous for! Witness more than just sand dunes! A scenery straight out of Bollywood flicks! View detailed itinerary for complete info about the tour.

Khamba Ghani Sa!

Package Price USD 1719 per person

Small Group Tour Fixed Departure Dates 2018-2019
Months Dates Seats  Dates Seats 
October-2018 15 On Request  25 On Request 
November-2018 10 On Request  24 On Request 
December-2018 08 On Request  22 On Request 
January-2019  12 On Request  26 On Request 
February-2019 02 On Request  16 On Request 
March-2019 02 On Request  16 On Request 
April 06 On Request     

The above package includes:-

  • Arrival and departure assistance.
  • Accommodation in well-appointed Double/Twin room 
  • 13 buffet breakfast, 03 buffet dinner
  • All transfers and sightseeing by Air condition private vehicle
  • Rickshaw ride in Delhi
  • Professional English speaking guide.
  • Tonga ride in Agra near Taj Mahal.
  • Elephant ride in Jaipur
  • Entrance Fee to the monuments
  • Mineral Water 01 bottle per person per day.
  • All fuel, parking, toll, state taxes & driver allowances
  • All applicable hotel taxes.
  • Government service tax 5% included

Package does not include:-

  1. Any Airfare/ Train fare
  2. Any Meals-Unless specified only in Inclusions.
  3. Camera Fee at monuments, Personal expenses, Visa arrangement  
  4. Travel insurance, Tips for guides, driver.
  5. Any other services opted other than mentioned in the Inclusions part.

 

Choice Of Hotels / Similar
City No. Of Nights Deluxe & Heritage Hotels
Delhi 02 ITC Welcom Dwarka 
Nawalgarh  01 Koolwal Kothi ( Heritage) 
Nagaur  02 Ranvas ( Heritage/Palace) 
Osian  01 Swiss Tent   
Luni 01 Fort Chanwa ( Heritage)  
Kumbhalgarh  02 Club Mahindra Kumbhalgarh (Heritage)   
Bundi  01 Brajbhushanji Ki Haveli ( Heritage) 
Kala Kho  01 Camp Accomodation 
Agra  01 Grand Imperial ( Heritage)  
Delhi 01 ITC Welcom Dwarka 
     
  • Clothes/shoes: For women we suggest wearing dress modestly; try to avoid provocative clothes on such as mini-skirts etc during sightseeing or temple visit. Removing shoes before entering a home is more a cultural rather than a religious tradition, it is important to know that some religions require removing shoes before entering a house of worship or a temple

  • Language: As long as you know English, there will be few communication issues in India. Most Indians know some English, however some will not be able to converse as fluently as you would prefer including taxi drivers, waiters, porters and hotel staff. This is where some basic Hindi words, phrases and sentences can come handy.

  • Tipping: Tipping (known as Baksheesh) is pretty uncommon in India. In fact most services, except for restaurants, won’t expect it. Even if you are under no obligation it’s always nice to leave a small gratuity for airport representatives, guides and driver.

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