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Royal Rajasthan

New Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Udaipur

Royal Rajasthan

$5000 per person
13 Days / 12 Nights
12+ Age

During this adventurous tour through Rajasthan we will visit the most colorful state of India. It is dotted with fortresses and palaces and evokes memories of the fairy tales of Thousand and One Nights. In Jodhpur, the blue city, the imposing Meherangarh Fort towers high above the city and offers a magnificent view over the blue houses. In Jaipur, the pink city, beautiful palaces bathed in a soft pink glow in the evening light. You can wander for hours through the narrow alleys past beautiful havelis, old merchant houses. In the desert around Jaisalmer you can make a camel safari and in Mandawa you can make a nice village walk.

Maidens Hotel New Delhi 2 nights B&B
Hotel Trident Agra Agra 1 night B&B
Trident Hotel Jaipur Jaipur 2 nights B&B
The Desert Resort Mandawa Mandawa 1 night B&B
Laxmi Niwas Palace Bikaner 1 night B&B
Hotel Rang Mahal Jaisalmer 2 nights B&B
WelcomHotel Jodhpur Jodhpur 1 night B&B
Trident Hotel Udaipur Udaipur 2 nights B&B


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Tour Plan

Upon arrival, met by our representative and get transferred to your hotel. You will be assisted on check in formalities and will be briefed about your next day's program.
Proceed to Old Delhi to visit the 17th century Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan between 1650 and 1656, it can accommodate ten thousand pax at one time. Hop on a cycle rickshaw and traverse through the lanes of Chandni Chowk, the shopping center of old Delhi. Later drive past the Red Fort for a photo shot and visit Raj Ghat where Gandhi Ji was cremated.   Afternoon proceed to New Delhi, built in a typically British colonial style with tree-lined avenues and colonial bungalows. See India Gate, the 42 m high War Memorial Arch. Drive past the Parliament House, the Secretariat buildings and the Vice Regal Palace, now the official residence of the President of India. You will also visit Qutab Minar – what was intended to be the most glorious tower of victory in the world and was to be the prototype of all minars in India. It was built by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, the first Muslim ruler of Delhi in 1200 AD
Drive to Agra . Upon arrival, check in at your hotel. Afternoon visit Agra Fort. The construction of the Agra Fort was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1565. Its massive walls stretch for 2½ km and are surrounded by a moat over 10 metres wide. The fort is really a city within a city, which embraces the Moti Masjid, the Diwan-i-Am or the Hall of Public Audiences, the Diwan-i-Khas or the Hall of Private Audiences, the Octagonal Tower, Jehangir’s Palace and many more monuments.  later visit The Taj Mahal at the sunset.  Often considered the pinnacle of Mughal art in India, the Taj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. The site chosen was on a bend in the river so could be seen from Shahjahan's personal palace in Agra Fort, further upstream. The construction of the Taj Mahal started in 1631. It took 20,000 artisans 22 years to complete this poignant mausoleum. When declaring it a world heritage site, UNESCO described it as “the jewel of Muslim art in India”. There are few words that can describe the magnificence of this monument.
Drive to Jaipur. On the way  visit  Abhaneri stepwell.  A staircase is a unique concept from India, and looks like an inverted pyramid.  Continue to Jaipur. Jaipur is also called the 'pink city' because of the many buildings in pink sandstone. The richly decorated façade of the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) dominates the main street.
This morning drive to Mandawa. Basking in the rolling topography of Rajasthan’s desert region of Shekhawati,  is a verdant oasis in the most literal sense of the world.  Spend your day exploring the Havelis or residential buildings of Mandawa built in a typical Rajathani style. The major themes found in the murals are Hindu mythology, history, folk tales, eroticism, and even foreigners and their inventions like telephones and cars.
Morning drive to Bikaner, this is a lively city with a characteristic old center in the far west of the Thar desert. The city lies on the former caravan route from Africa to Central Asia. The carts pulled by camels that drive through the narrow streets remind us of this time. The desert city is also known for the annual camel market and the diversity of cultural activities such as dance performances. Pay a visit to the striking Junagarh Fort. The fort is surrounded by a kilometer-long wall and houses many halls including the Flower Palace, which is decorated with beautiful pictures and marble panels.
Drive to Jaisalmer. On the way we visit the curious rat temple in Deshnok. The complex is inhabited by thousands of rats that are considered by the Hindus as reincarnations and therefore sacred. In the course of the afternoon we arrive in Jaisalmer, a town in the Thar desert that is also called the Golden City because of the sand-colored, golden buildings.
You have a whole day to enjoy the Golden Fort of Jaisalmer, the many temples and havelis. The city has many old havelis (merchants' houses), of which the inhabitants were wealthy in the times of the trading caravans. The Patwon Ki Haveli is one of the most beautiful with its magnificent façade and murals. You can not skip the three hundred year old Salim Singh Ki Haveli, the former residence of the Prime Minister. In Jaisalmer you can eat in the evening in one of the many restaurants with a magnificent view of the fort.
Drive to Jodhpur . Jodhpur is also called 'the blue city', because many houses are painted blue. Jodhpur has the most imposing fortress of Rajasthan, which towers nearly a hundred meters above the old city.  You can walk via a steep road to the Mehrangarh Fort, one of India's largest forts with walls up to 36 meters high. The construction of the fort began around 1459, but the largest part dates from the time of Maharaja Singh (1638-1678).  From the terrace of the fort you have great views over the cobalt blue city below. The beautiful Jaswant Thada mausoleum is within walking distance of the fort.
Drive to Udaipur en-route stop at Ranakpur, to visit the Jain Temple complex. Continue to Udaipur, also called the Venice of the East. The city also became a center for the performing arts, painting and crafts.  It was founded by Udai Singh II in 1568 as a traditionally planned, fortified city full of palaces, temples and havelis.
Udaipur is an atmospheric city, where you can spend hours wandering through a maze of streets. The town is full of temples, havelis and especially palaces: the beautifully decorated 'City Palace', the white 'Lake Palace' (the summer palace of the then Maharaja, made famous by the James Bond film) and the 'Monsoon Palace', from where you have a magnificent view over the city. In the evening take a boat ride at  Lake Pichola, located on the edge of Udaipur. The lake is surrounded by a mountainous environment and the magnificent City Palace. If you are well-timed and can catch the sunset, you will see Lake Pichola and its surroundings at its best.
Day at leisure. In time transfer to the airport to connect flight for your onward destination.

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