Royal Rajasthan Tour

You will enter the land of the Thousand and One Nights. You will discover the splendors and splendors of Rajasthan by visiting all the must-see sites up to the Taj Mahal. The circuit stretches from wonder to wonder, amidst dazzlingly colored saris and the tasting of delicate Indian cuisine.

Day 1:
Arrival in Delhi in the evening. Welcome by our guide. Transfer to the hotel for the night.

Day 2:
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Mandawa (280 km, approximately 6 hours). Lunch in a typical restaurant on the road. Arrival late in the afternoon. Visit the city with its old merchant houses or Havelis, small palaces decorated with sumptuous frescoes and fine sculptures. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3:
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Bikaner in the Thar desert (200 km). Installation at the hotel. Lunch. Visit Junagarh Fort: immense citadel one kilometer in circumference, former palace of the maharajas, with multiple courtyards and splendid interior decorations which contrast with the harshness of the surrounding desert. Then stroll through the streets of the city with the famous Tuk-Tuk. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 4:
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Jaisalmer (340 km). Lunch on the road. Jaisalmer is an extraordinary golden city overlooking the desert. It was on the trade route between India and Persia. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 5:
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the golden fortress, and the typical market among local traders. Lunch on site. The end of the day will be special: transfer to the desert sand dunes for a camel ride, and enjoy the magnificent sunset in the desert. Dinner on site with folk dances. Night at the hotel.

Day 6:
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Jodphur (350 km): the blue city. It symbolizes Krishna, with one of the most beautiful and impressive fortresses in Rajasthan. You will spend an unforgettable evening and night at the Maharaja's house!

Day 7:
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Pushkar (190 km). Pushkar is a major pilgrimage site in Hinduism. Visit the temples and ghats at the edge of the sacred waters of the lake where you will see the Sadhus, who have renounced society. Lunch on site. Typical local shopping in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight at the host

Day 8:
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Jaipur (160 km). In anticipation of Prince Albert's visit in 1876, the entire city was painted pink by the Maharaja. Visit one of the most beautiful marble temples in India: the Birla Mandir temple. Lunch on site. Visit to the City Palace where the royal family still lives, and the Palace of the Winds. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 9:
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit to Amber Fort with elephant ride. Lunch. The afternoon will be free with the possibility of a stroll in the old town to admire the shops and do some shopping: jewelry, pashmina, teas, spices... Dinner and night at the hotel.

Day 10:
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure for Agra (200 km) with a stop on the road to visit the dead city of Fatehpur-Sikri, particularly well preserved for its typical Indian architecture. Agra is the city of Lovers. You will admire the most beautiful monument in India: The Taj Mahal. gigantic white marble mausoleum in memory of the wife of Emperor Shah Jahan and jewel of Mughal art. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 11:
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit to the Red Fort. It is the largest fort in India combining Hindu and Mughal style architecture. Then departure for Delhi. Lunch in Delhi. Visit to the Gandhi Memorial (Raj ghat), figure of non-violence for independent India. Panoramic tour of the city: India Gate and new city where many administrative buildings are located. Evening and dinner at the hotel before your transfer to the airport.

  • All Sightseeing and transfers by Air-Conditioned Vehicle.
  • Driver Allowance, Fuel, Parking Charges, Toll Taxes and Interstate Taxes.
  • Packaged Drinking Water.
  • Child below 5 years is complimentary.
  • Meals & drinks other than specified in inclusions.
  • Expenses of personal nature such as portages, tips, telephone calls, laundry expenses etc.
  • All entrances, camera fees, guide & driver tipping.
  • Insurance Cover.
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