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Cities of Rajasthan Tour
Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destinations :
Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Bundi - Jaipur - Delhi.
 
Day 01: Arrival Delhi :-
Welcome to India ! Arrive Delhi. Experience a refreshing traditional Indian welcome as you arrive at the Delhi airport. The Rajasthan Holiday representative arranges for you to check in at a hotel for an overnight stay. Embark on exciting sightseeing tours to the places of interest located in Delhi, India. See the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, India Gate, Laxmi Narayan Temple and the Lotus Temple. Come back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
 
02 Day: Delhi - Mandawa :-
Today you depart for Mandawa located in the Shekhawati region in Rajasthan, India. Check in at a hotel on arrival. Set out on sightseeing tours to the delicately frescoed havelis of Shekhawati.
 
03 Day: Mandawa - Bikaner : -
Today you drive to Bikaner and stop for lunch at the Lalgarh Palace. Tour the havelis and monuments of Bikaner and see the famous Camel Breeding Farm as a part of the Rustic Rajasthan Palace Tour. Check in at a hotel for an overnight stay.
 
04 Day: Bikaner - Jaisalmer : -
Today the Rustic Rajasthan Palace Tour takes you to Jaisalmer, located right in the midst of the Thar Desert. Tour the Patwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli and Nathmalji ki Haveli. Check in at a hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.
 
05 Day: Jaisalmer : -
Enjoy an excursion to the Hilltop Fort and the ancient Jain temples located on the outskirts of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India. Join a camel safari train to the Sam sand dunes located on the outskirts of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India. Come back to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.
 
06 Day: Jaisalmer - Jodhpur :-
Drive to Jodhpur with the Rajasthan Holiday representative. See the Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Sadar Market, Giridkot and the colorful bazaar streets of Jodhpur with the Rajasthan Holiday representative. Check in at the hotel for an overnight stay.
 
07 Day: Jodhpur - Mandore - Jodhpur :-
Enjoy an excursion to Mandore as a part of the Rustic Rajasthan Palace Tour. Admire the royal cenotaphs of the mighty Rathore kings as you explore the artistically constructed monuments. Come back to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.
 
08 Day: Jodhpur - Udaipur :-
Today the Rustic Rajasthan Palace tour takes you to Udaipur. Visit the Jain temples at Ranakpur en route. Check in at a heritage hotel on arrival in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Enjoy a boat sail on the refreshing waters of the lovely Lake Pichola. Come back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
 
09 Day: Udaipur :-
Continuing southwards to the Udaipur, famous worldwide for its plethora of breathtaking lakes and Raj-era palaces, it certainly lives up to its reputation as India's most romantic city. Most famous of these palaces, and certainly the most photographed, is the Lake Palace, an island-palace where the white marble buildings (now a hotel) entirely cover a small island in Pichola Lake. Originally known as the Jag Niwas, the palace took three years to build and was inaugurated in 1746.

The city’s lakes—Pichola Lake, Fateh Sagar, Udai Sagar and Swaroop Sagar—are considered among the most beautiful in Rajasthan. An island in Fateh Sagar is even home to the Udaipur Solar Observatory, one of six stations participating in the international Global Oscillations Network Group (GONG), which studies the physical properties of the solar interior.

If you can pull yourself away from the shopping, there many points of interest, such as the Jagdish Temple, Saheliyon-ki-Bari (the Garden of Maidens) and City Palace with its museums, crystal gallery and wealth of royal treasures to explore.

Alternatively Udaipur's famous Lake Pichola is a serene place to enjoy a boat ride and if you are gastronomically inclined, there is plenty of time to learn the art of Indian cooking at Spice Box. Maybe visit a craft village and a folk museum or take in a fantastic cultural show at the Bagore-ki-Haveli - you might even get up and join in the dancing! Journey out to the hilltop Monsoon Palace for sunset or you can spend lazy afternoons just taking in the views from the rooftop cafes over hot, sweet chai.

For the really adventurous head out to the nearby temple town of Nathdwara (approx 50kms) which enshrines Shrinathji - an image of Krishna, which was originally enshrined at the Vraja Bhoomi at Mount Govardhana near Mathura. The name Nathdwara means 'Gate of the Lord'. Or hire a car and head to Kumbhal Garh Fort built in the 15th century and the nearby Jain Temples at Ranakpur.
 
10 Day: Udaipur - Bundi :-
Drive to Bundi and check in at a hotel on arrival. Explore the rustic town and retire into the hotel for an overnight stay.
 
11 Day: Bundi - Jaipur :-
Tour the Taragarh Fort and the Chitrashala before driving to Jaipur in Rajasthan, India. Check in at a hotel on arrival and stay there overnight.
 
12 Day: Jaipur :-
Today we take a bus ride—always an adventure itself in India— to the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, former capital of a princely state of the same name. Clothed in pink stucco (in imitation of sandstone), wide-avenued Jaipur is one of the most important heritage cities in India, and home to India’s second most visited site, the Hawa Mahal, or Palace of the Winds. Here follow in the footsteps of the royal harem, or ride an elephant to Amber Fort Palace, one of the most spectacular forts in India.

Founded in 1728, Jaipur, or “The Pink City” as it is often called, is unlike any other pre-modern Indian city, in that the entire town was planned according to the principles of Hindu architectural theory. The city is in fact built in the form of a nine-part mandala known as the Pithapada, which combined with wide streets makes for an unusually airy, orderly atmosphere. That the results of this urban planning have so endured to this day is nothing short of miraculous.

Enter the heart of the mandala (on foot or by cycle rickshaw) and you are in the central palace quarter, with its sprawling Hawa Mahal palace complex, formal gardens and a small lake. Built in 1799, the "Palace of Winds" was part of the City Palace, an extension of the Zenana or chambers of the harem. Its original intention was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life in the street below without being seen. Constructed of red and pink sandstone highlighted with white lime, the five-storied facade is peppered with 953 small windows. The breeze (hawa) that comes through the windows keeps it cool even in hot months, and gives the palace its name.

Just 15 km from central Jaipur is the ruined city of Amber, former capital of Jaipur state. Founded by the Meenas, Amber was a flourishing settlement as far back as 967 AD. Overlooking the artificial lake south of Amber town stands the Amber Fort/Palace complex, famous for its mixture of Hindu and Muslim architecture. At the bottom of a hill sits Amber Fort, initially a Palace Complex within the Fort of Amber on top of the hill (today known as Jaigarh fort). The two forts are connected through well-guarded passages, and there is even the option of an elephant ride from the town up to the palace courtyard.

 
13 Day: Jaipur - Delhi :-
Drive to Delhi on the concluding day of the Rustic Rajasthan Palace Tour and continue your journey back home.
 


 
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