Invitation to India

Day 01: New Delhi

Welcome to India! You will be received at Indira Gandhi International airport, New Delhi by one of our manager and soon after move to your hotel for overnight haul.

Day 02: Delhi’s Attractions

Following to a leisurely breakfast, move out for a daylong seeing the sights of Delhi, taking in the notable Red Fort, Jama Masjid – India’s oldest and biggest mosque, Raj Ghat – the site of Gandhi’s cremation and other attractions. In the evening come back to hotel. Optional sound and light show tour at Red fort in twilights. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 03: Delhi to Agra

Have your breakfast, checkout and drive to the one-time Mughal fortress of Agra. After checking in at Agra, visit the worldwide famous and peerless symbol of love – the Taj Mahal! Also visiting the impressive Agra fort, which possess some of India’s best Mughal buildings behind its fortified walls. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 04: Agra to Jaipur

Travel to Jaipur today via visit to Fatehpur Sikri, the deserted citadel of Emperor Akbar. Lastly drive to Jaipur and check in at hotel. In evening, you may on your own roam around the bazaars in the walled city. Again, Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 05: Jaipur Sightseeing

Early in the morning, a visit to the 16th century Amber Fort. Climb on an elephant that carry you to the haughty fort, where you enjoy a tour of this Rajput extravaganza. Later on, in the afternoon visit the City Palace that possesses an out of the ordinary museum of royal times. Hawa Mahal (palace of winds) and Jantar Mantar, a prehistoric astronomical place to visit. Evening you have the option of having dinner at an ethnic rural village, Chowki Dhani or at the peak of Nahargarh which offers spectacular night view of Jaipur. Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 06: Mandawa – Shekhawati region

Travel to Mandawa. On arrival at Mandawa, check in at your hotel; afterwards in daytime roam around the town and nearby areas of the partly desert region of Shekhawati. The open air art gallery, as it is popularly called is famous for its plethora of painted havelis, all admirable pieces of the affluent artistic tradition of this region. ‘Shekhawati’, denotes the land of Shekhs family originates its name from Rao Shekha (1433 A.D.-1488 AD) a segment of the Kachhwaha family of Jaipur. Previously a part of the ex- Jaipur state, it now encompasses the districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. Originally the area had a vacant monochromatic look but with subsequent historical and social development it has flourish into a colorful profusion of art and life for approximately two centuries from 1750 AD to 1930 AD. The whole area of Shekhawati has attractive frescoes, havelis & mansions and is known as the open air gallery. Overnight stay at hotel

Day 07: Bikaner

Towards west, our next halt is at the 14th century desert land of Bikaner. Previously, an imperative staging post on the great caravan routes, much of the atmospheric old town which we will look out is still surrounded by huge fortified walls. Within these walls are havelis, artisan shops and natives going about their routine lives. Also visit the eye-catching Junagarh Fort & museum, built in between 1587 & 1593 during the ruling of Rai Singh. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 08: Jaisalmer

Travelling through the Rajasthan’s Thar Desert, we will reach to the medieval caravan outpost of Jaisalmer, one of the jewels in India’s crown. Fine wood and sandstone buildings dot the town and within Jaisalmer Fort are homes, hotels and shops hidden in ancient lane ways. Overnight haul at hotel.

Day 09: Jaisalmer (stay in desert)

Travel around to visit the attractions of this city. Afterward move out to Sam Sand dunes and take pleasure in a desert camel safari on the rolling sand dunes. In evening folk dance performances will be performed at your desert camp. Reside in a desert camp inclined on the sand dunes. Overnight haul at camps.

Day 10: Jodhpur

An appealing drive through all the time more diverse panorama takes us to Jodhpur, a town at the rim of the great Thar Desert. Dominated by Meherangarh Fort which sits majestically atop a hill, Jodhpur is known as the Blue City. This is because of the colored houses in the old town, painted indigo. Take pleasure in some touring in this colourful Rajasthani city, taking in the impressive fort and bazaars of the old city which are gathered around the city’s tall clock tower. Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 11: Ranakpur

After departing from Jodhpur, we drive to Ranakpur, a small town tucked away in a remote valley and renowned for its striking 14th century Jain temples. We’ll enjoy some exploration here and time to relax at our hotel. Overnight haul at your hotel.

Day 12: Udaipur

Abiding south, we arrive at Udaipur. An oasis of cool, with its massive lake and Venetian-like appearance, Udaipur is one of the most romantic towns in Rajasthan. A preferred among travelers, Udaipur is packed full of palaces and temples. Arrive and check in at hotel. Evening is at leisure.

Day 13: Udaipur- Sightseeing

During your stay enjoy a cruise on Lake Pichola, plus visiting the imposing City Palace, not to reveal free time to explore and perhaps shop for colourful Rajasthani souvenirs and Indian spices. Overnight stay at Udaipur.

Day 14: Fly to Mumbai

Board your flight to Mumbai and take a linking flight for your onward journey back to home.

    Quick Enquiry

    Fields marked with a * are mandatory