Royal paradise to Rajasthan


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All about the Royal paradise to Rajasthan.

Rajasthan state is no doubt a royal paradise and a treat for those interested in royal history and rich culture. While the state flourishes with many points of interest to admire, it also has some unique activities that you can only experience there. Camel safaris, luxury wildlife stays and the luxury trains are not to be missed during your visit to Rajasthan. There are several camping and trekking options available too for those looking for a more adventurous holiday. Indulge in the ultimate luxury vacation with the help of our experienced luxury travel agency, offering exclusive, high-end travel experiences around the world.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Transfers
  • Driver
  • Accommodation
  • Sightseeing
  • Breakfast
  • Local transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Visit Sam Sand Dunes
  • Camel Safari
  • Camping
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Lunch
  • Government Taxes/GST/Service Charges
  • Conservation Fee
  • Mineral water on coaches & buses
  • Tips & gratuities for drivers & guides
  • Porterage fees
  • DrinksWaiting or additional transfer fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions
  1. Day 1 Welcome to Jaipur


    Upon arrival in Jaipur, you would be greeted by a tour representative and will be transferred to the hotel. After checking into the hotel, you can freshen up yourselves for the excursions in the latter part of the day. The places that you would be visiting are Birla Temple, which is a beautiful temple with stained glass windows depicting scenes from Hindu scriptures, Nahargarh Fort, which has a popular legend of “dead prince” attached to it, and as no trip to Jaipur is complete without Chokhi Dhani you will also be visiting it. Chokhi Dhani was built to preserve the unique Rajasthani culture- the traditions, the costumes, the villages, Bani Thani art all in all the real Rajasthan. Here you can enjoy the delicious Rajasthani thali along with great folk music and dance performances.

  2. Day 2 Jaipur’s highlights


    Post breakfast at Jaipur, after which you will head out for a full day tour. First, you will be paying a visit to the sprawling Amber Fort, known for its artistic Hindu style elements, is a popular tourist destination of Rajasthan. Later on, you would also be visiting Jaigarh Fort, which was essentially built to protect the Amber Fort, features “Jaivana” the world’s largest cannon on wheels. Built in red sandstone, the next place that you would be visiting is the absolute favourite of all tourists visiting Jaipur, The Hawa Mahal is also called a “specimen of fanciful architecture.” After Hawa Mahal, you would be visiting the adjoining Johari Market, which is famous for the unique Rajasthani jewelry and precious stones like diamond, topaz and emeralds.

  3. Day 3 Bikaner Calling


    After having a delicious breakfast at Jaipur, get ready as now would be transferring to Bikaner. On your arrival check in to the hotel and relax for some time. In the afternoon part of the day, you would be visiting Karni Mata temple, this extraordinary temple with 25,000 black rats has various folklores. These holy rats are called Kabbas and draw much curious and devotional tourists all around the world.

  4. Day 4 Arrive at Jaisalmer


    After having an appetizing meal at Bikaner, you will be transferred to Jaisalmer. Here you would be visiting, the famous Jaisalmer Fort also called Sonar Kila. Built with yellow sandstone and the honey-yellow colour it gets during sun-set the Sonar Kila is so called. Later on, you would also be paying visits to some of the famous Havelis of Jaisalmer like Patwon ki Haveli and Salim Singh ki Haveli. Both of these Havelis are known for their unique architectural composition. In the evening, you can spend few moments beside Gadisar Lake.

  5. Day 5 Camping in Thar Desert


    After indulging in filling breakfast, get ready, as this day of your Jaisalmer tour package would be jam-packed with adventures. The first place that you would be visiting is a beautiful garden complex, Bada Bagh. Later, you would be visiting Sam Sand Dunes, here you can enjoy the exquisite sunset and indulge in camel safari. At night, you can have dinner and enjoy the folk performances before you end the day in the swiss tents.

  6. Day 6 Jodhpur’s calling


    Upon arrival in Jodhpur, you will meet your driver who will transfer you to the hotel. After checking into the hotel, you can relax for some time and freshen up yourself for the excursions following in the latter part of the day. The first place that you would be visiting in Jodhpur as part of this Jaisalmer tour package, is Mehrangarh Fort illustrating the bravery of heroic rulers. Later on would also be paying a visit to Jaswant Thada, which is a cenotaph built in the memory of King Jaswant Singh. Next place that would feature in your Jodhpur tour, is Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum.

  7. Day 7 Departure


    After having a hearty breakfast at the hotel, get ready as now you would be checking out from the hotel and leaving for your home town with happy memories of your tour.

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The best time to visit Rajasthan is between the months of October to March i.e. the winter season. However, with its vibrant culture, historical relics and festivities it attracts tourists all round the year.

Shaamyana Heights, Shandaar Sweet Home, Innings Restaurant, The Rockyard, Janta Sweets, The Recipe Restaurant, Crossroads are some of the best restaurants in Jodhpur offering amazing dining experiences.

The must-have experiences in Jaipur include cycling expedition in Nahargarh Fort, Elephant ride at Amber Fort, Camel Safari, Folk festivals, shopping, trying out Rajasthani cuisine, visit Chokhi Dhani and various others.

While on a tour to Rajasthan one should majorly carry light stuff as the state has a somewhat warm climate. However, as nights can be cold, one should carry something warm as well. Other backpack essentials should include personal toiletries, medicines, extra cash or any other thing that one might find important.

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