Duration

14 nights/15 days

Max People

40

Min Age

3+

Pickup

Bus

Overview

Travel to India thrills you to see the vibrant colours, culture, tradition and many more in the stream. Here we come with a lively holiday tour that will make your dream true to see India with your own eyes whilst clicking camera to capture the matchless moments for lifetime memories. Questions, answers, books and sites and many modern way to surf on net about royalty, chivalry, joy, colour, friendly people, all the various paths direct you to one place – Rajasthan ‘Welcome to the land of Citadels, Forts and Palace’ as the title says. This tour is a unique blend which takes you to remote countryside yet you stay in luxurious citadels, forts and palaces owned by the nobles.

Experience the Royalty with luxury and comfort yet stay in tranquillity to feel the nature even in the middle of desert.

Trip Highlights

  • Experience Old Delhi’s hustle and bustle on a walking tour.
  • Sunset or sunrise visit the Taj Mahal
  • Climb the ramparts of Jaipur’s Amber Fort Palace on Elephant back
  • Rickshaw ride in Jaipur market
  • Guided village walk at Samode
  • Open Jeep Safari at around Nimaj
  • Boat ride & village walk around Shahpura
  • Boat ride on Lake Pichola at Udaipur

Included/Excluded

  • Private Transport
  • Box lunch water, banana apple and chocolate
  • Departure Taxes
  • Entry Fees

Tour Plan

Day 01 Arrive Delhi

Our executive will receive you at the Delhi airport and escort you to the hotel for hassle free check in. Delhi is the heart of the country. Old Delhi boasts Mughal charm which shows history & cultures of Muslim India. Old Delhi was the capital of Muslim India between 17th & 19th centuries. New Delhi was built as the Imperial capital of India during British Raj. Overnight stay

Day 02 Delhi- Sightseeing

Your tour of Delhi will take you through the old and new face of the capital of India. Old Delhi-Old Delhi is the 300-year-old walled city built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jehan in 1648 as his capital. DrivYour tour of Delhi will take you through the old and new face of the capital of India. Old Delhi-Old Delhi is the 300-year-old walled city built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jehan in 1648 as his capital. Drive past the Red Fort from where the Prime Minister of India addresses the nation on India’s Independence Day. Visit Jama Masjid, the most elegant mosque in India that stands high on a hillock. On our way back, we visit Raj Ghat, Mahatama Gandhi’s shrine. New Delhi- New Delhi is the early 20th century British capital designed by Sir Edward Lutyens and Herbert Baker. Drive past the President’s House, the Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate, the great memorial arch built to commemorate the slain heroes of World War-I and Indo-Afghan War. Visit the precursor to the Taj Mahal, Humayun’s Tomb built in 1565 AD by the widow of the second Mughal emperor Haji Begum. Later drive to Delhi’s most recognized symbol, the 12th century Qutub Minar, standing 72 metres high and Delhi’s first mosque Quwat-ul-Islam (Light of Islam) Mosque. We end the day by visiting the Hindu heritage of the city, Lakshmi Narayan temple built by one of India’s premier industrial families, the Birlas. Overnight staye past the Red Fort from where the Prime Minister of India addresses the nation on India’s Independence Day. Visit Jama Masjid, the most elegant mosque in India that stands high on a hillock. On our way back, we visit Raj Ghat, Mahatama Gandhi’s shrine. New Delhi- New Delhi is the early 20th century British capital designed by Sir Edward Lutyens and Herbert Baker. Drive past the President’s House, the Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate, the great memorial arch built to commemorate the slain heroes of World War-I and Indo-Afghan War. Visit the precursor to the Taj Mahal, Humayun’s Tomb built in 1565 AD by the widow of the second Mughal emperor Haji Begum. Later drive to Delhi’s most recognized symbol, the 12th century Qutub Minar, standing 72 metres high and Delhi’s first mosque Quwat-ul-Islam (Light of Islam) Mosque. We end the day by visiting the Hindu heritage of the city, Lakshmi Narayan temple built by one of India’s premier industrial families, the Birlas. Overnight stay

Day 03 Delhi-Agra ( Surface 03 Hrs drive)

After breakfast leave Delhi for Agra for overnight stay. Agra on the right bank of the river Yamuna is known world’s most famous romantic architecture Taj Mahal. Later visit Agra Fort- The red sandstone fort as seen today was constructed by Emperor Akbar in 1573 and additions to the building continued till the time of his grandson Shahjahan. Agra Fort won the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2004 and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site . Evening visit Taj at Sunset affords the most impressive views of the Taj and as the sun goes down the white marble first takes on a rich golden sheen, which slowly gives way to rose-pink hues, then deep red and finally blue with the changing light. It is indeed a mesmerizing experience Overnight

Day 4 Day 04 Agra-Fatehpur Sikri -Samode (Surface, 05 Hrs drive)

Today morning leave Agra for Samode enroute visiting Fatehpur Sikri.Fatehpur Sikri - This magnificent ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri, former imperial capital of the great Mughal emperor Akbar. Fatehpur Sikri was built by Emperor Akbar in 1569, in honour of the great Saint Sheikh Salim Chisti who blessed Akbar and prophesized the birth of three sons to the heirless Emperor. The most important buildings in this vast complex are Buland Darwaza, the main entrance to the walled city. Post visit continue drive to Samode for 02 nights stay. Overnight stay

Day 5 Day 05 Samode- Sightseeing

Jaipur is vibrant capital of Rajasthan state, which is also known as ‘pink city” for the colour of the building in its wonderful old city. its foundation in the 17th century by Sawai Jai Singh, from whom it derives its name. Start sightseeing with Amber Fort, a classic Rajasthani Fort Palace. The fort may look rough and austere from the outside, but the interiors in true Rajasthani style palaces evoke a sense of refined luxury. City tour begins with a visit to the Maharaja's City Palace, a sprawling complex that served as home to the Jaipur rulers since the early 18th century. The complex is now a part museum with sections exhibiting some of the family memorabilia and art collection of the royal Jaipur family. Later visit an astronomical observatory Jantar Mantar, which is the largest stone and marble crafted observatory in the world. Stop at the Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds for photography. Overnight stay

Day 6 Day 06 Samode - Nimaj (Surface, 05 Hrs drive)

Today morning drive to Nimaj.On arrival, check in at Chhatrasagar Camp. Situated on the Jaipur-Jodhpur highway. Chhatra Sagar was built as a hunting lodge of the Nimaj Estate. Surrounded by lush green fields of wheat, mustard, cotton and chilies and vast grazing pastures, this hundred year old reservoir, with a periphery of about 10 kms, is an ideal destination for nature lovers and a perfect getaway from the chaotic city life. Experience the warm hospitality, and enjoy some truly delicious Indian and traditional Rajasthani meals cooked with farm fresh vegetables in the family kitchen. Overnight stay

Day 7 Day 07 Nimaj

Today take guided Jeep Safari organized by resort. The safari takes you through the villages and wild life sanctuary where you will get the chance to see the rare Black Buck and other game birds. Overnight stay

Day 8 Day 08 Nimaj- Shahpura (03 hrs drive)

Today morning drive to Shahpura.. On arrival checkin at Shahpura House. Situated midway between Jaipur and Udaipur, Shahpura Bagh was the summer residence of the rulers of Shahpura. The 30-acre estate was granted by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to Rajadhiraj Suraj Mal, Rana Pratap's grandson in 1630 AD for successful military campaigns against the Marathas and Afghans. Overnight stay

day 09 Day 09 Shahpura

Whole day at leisure in Shahpura. You can take boat ride in one of the many lakes around, enjoy the village walk, visit the Ram Dwara temple & Old Dhikola Fort. Overnight stay

day 10 Day 10 Shahpura-Devigarh (04 ½ hrs drive)

Today morning drive to Devigarh. On arrival chicken at Devigarh Fort. Nestled in the aravali hills, the 18th century Devi Garh palace in the village of Delwara, forms one of the three main passes into the valley of Udaipur. Devi Garh Fort palace was conceived as a place where the past meets the future. This all suite luxury hotel comprising of 39 suites with an emphasis on design and detail, using local marbles and semi-precious stones. Overnight stay

day 11 Day 11 Devigarh

Udaipur is one of the most romantic destinations in the world, a gorgeous tapestry of palaces, temples, gardens and lakes.This charming Rajasthani city is a relaxed, picturesque city, set amidst the stark Aravali hills. Visit the spectacular City Place and Museum built in 1725, home to the Dilkhush Mahal, Moti Mahal, the ornately decorated Palace of Lord Krishna and the beautiful Shish Mahal, studded with glittering mirror work. Later visit the Jagdish Temple, built in 1651, and dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is the Preserver in the Hindu Trinity. Also visit the Sahelion ki Bari gardens and then drive around Fatesagar Lake. A Boat ride on Lake Pichola- On two of the several islands in the lake, the rulers of Udaipur constructed pleasure palaces, the Jag Mandir and the Jag Niwas (The Lake Palace Hotel). Overnight stay

day 12 Day 12 Devigarh

Day at relax in the hotel or take village walks. Overnight stay

day 13 Day 13 Leave Devigarh –Udaipur / Delhi or Mumbai

Today in time transfer to Udaipur airport to board the flight for Delhi or Mumbai to board connecting flight to home.

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