Heritance of Rajasthanfrom
Step on to this royal tour to experience heavy cultural and traditional heritage of India
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Challenging
Royal heritages, cultural sites, architectural beauty, desert, wildlife, bazaars, and markets, the list is endless when it comes to tourist places in Rajasthan. Apart from the natural and diverse scenic beauty the state has to offer, the forts and palaces add to its splendor. Tourists from not only India but all around the world visit Rajasthan for its heavy cultural and traditional heritage.
- Airport/Railway Station transfers
- Dinner at Campsite
- Cultural program
- Camel safari
- Dinner at the hotel, lunch at hotel and camp
- English speaking driver trip supplements
- Anything not mentioned in inclusions
Arrive at Jaipur
On arrival in Jaipur, you will be received by the agent’s representative who will help you in getting transferred to your hotel. As you reach the hotel, check-in, and relax for a while. Later, you will proceed to Birla Temple – one of the largest temples in Jaipur. After this, you will be taken to Nahargarh Fort which is known for stunning sunset views of the city. Last but not the least, you visit Chokhi Dhani, the best luxury resort in Jaipur. Enjoy a camel ride, authentic Rajasthani cuisines, and live music performances. As the day ends and night falls, get back to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Sightseeing tour Jaipur
Have a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel and then set out for a day tour of forts and monuments in & around Jaipur. It starts with an excursion to the historical and expansive Amber Fort where you can enjoy an elephant ride. Next, you will visit the majestic Jaigarh Fort that houses the largest cannon on wheels in the world. Be dazed by the astonishing architecture of Hawa Mahal before shopping at the adjoining jewellery market, Johari Bazaar. At night come back to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Off to the Bikaner
Wake up to a wholesome breakfast at the hotel and get ready to check out as now you will be transferred to the next destination – Bikaner. Enjoy this once-in-a-while road journey from Jaipur to Bikaner. Upon your arrival at the hotel in Bikaner, check-in, and relax for some time. In the afternoon, the tour itinerary takes you to Karni Mata Temple which is known for thousands of rats in its premise. Overnight stay at the hotel
Have a hearty breakfast at the hotel and then check out as now it’s time to leave for the next destination – the city of Jaisalmer. As you reach your hotel in Jaisalmer, check-in, and relax. Later in the day, visit the famous Jaisalmer Fort built by the founder of the Jaisalmer city, Rao Jaisal. As the tour continues, also visit famous Havelis like Patwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh Haveli & more. Before the evening begins to set in, enjoy spending some time at the Gadisar Lake in the evening. As the dusk falls, get back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Explore the Thar Desert
Post breakfast get ready to visit Bada Bagh which is an expansive garden complex and is a true delight for history lovers. In the evening, proceed to Sam Sand Dunes and enjoy the exciting experience of camel safari. Relish the picture-perfect sunset views and enjoy folk music. As the day ends, enjoy a sumptuous dinner and a relaxing overnight stay in the Swiss tents.
Have a delectable breakfast at the hotel and then check out as now you will be heading to Jodhpur. As the road journey from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur comes to end and you reach the hotel, complete the check-in formalities and unwind. Later on, this itinerary takes you to the gigantic Mehrangarh Fort from where you can enjoy the top-view of the ‘Sun City’. Mehrangarh Fort is one of the biggest Fort of India depicting the Bravery, culture, and rich history of Jodhpur. Also, visit Jaswant Thada which was built by King Sardar Singh in the memory of late King Jaswant Singh. Later, you will visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum which is a part of the luxurious Hotel Umaid Bhawan Palace. Shop around the local market in Jodhpur before you are transferred to your hotel for a cozy overnight stay.
Have filling breakfast and get ready to check out as it’s time to get moving to one of the loveliest cities in Rajasthan- Udaipur. Known for its lakes and rich history, Udaipur has many telling tales of the Rajput era. On reaching Udaipur, check into the hotel and relax for a while. As the day progresses you will be taken for an excursion to Eklingji & Nagda Temples. As the day ends, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
After breakfast leave for a sightseeing tour around Udaipur. You can begin with a visit to Saheliyon-Ki-Bari. As the tour continues, you will visit attractions like Museum of folk art which is famous for its wide collection of puppets, folk dresses, dolls, ornaments, paintings and folk musical instruments. Later, you can visit the City Palace which is known to be the biggest palace complex in India.
In the evening, you will get to enjoy a fun-filled boat ride at Pichola Lake which is the star attraction of Udaipur. Return to hotel for comfortable overnight stay.
After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, check out from the hotel and get transferred to the airport / railway station for your journey back home.
Since Rajasthan is a very hot place, travelers must pack mostly cotton clothes. In addition, they can pack sunglasses, a hat, and other similar items. As the nights are cold one must pack light woolen clothes also.
The best restaurants in Jaisalmer are:
The Lal Garh
Hotel Pol Haveli Restaurant
Green park restaurant
The weather in Jaipur is generally sultry so one is advised to carry light cotton clothing which is airy and comfortable. One is also advised to carry a reliable pair of footwear as the sightseeing is all on foot.
Jaipur has so many experiences for families. Apart from sightseeing and visiting forts and monuments, one can also go shopping, experience sound and light show, indulge in Rajasthani cuisine, and visit nearby places like Nahargarh Fort.
When in Bikaner, shopping for souvenirs is a great option. Travelers can buy junk jewelry, paintings, footwear and pickles to take back home.