Rajasthan Adventure Tours
Package 01 : Camel Safari
Day 01 : Delhi
On arrival at the airport our representative will meet you at the airport arrival lounge, and will provide you transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02 : Delhi
Morning after breakfast full day city sightseeing tour Old Delhi & New Delhi.
Old Delhi - the 350-year-old walled city was built by Emperor Shah Jehan in 1648 as his capital. Opposite the fort are the black and white onion dome and minarets of the Jama Masjid, the most elegant mosque in India. Raj Ghat is worth a visit where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated in 1948.
New Delhi - the new capital designed by Sir Edward Lutyens. An interesting drive in the one passing through the impressive Rajpath from the World War I memorial arch, the India Gate towards the Presidential Palace. Visit Humayun's Tomb built in 1565 AD, Safdarjung's Tomb, the Qutub Minar, 72 meters high and the most curious antique, the uncorroded Iron Pillar, which dates back to the 4th century AD. In the evening return to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 03 : Delhi - Mandawa, 242 km
Morning after breakfast drive to Mandawa, on arrival check in at the hotel, on arrival check in at the hotel, In the afternoon visit Fort and Havelies. Overnight at hotel.
Mandawa : Mandawa lies in the heart of Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, India and is basically a municipal town of the Jhunjhunu district. Mandawa is also known as Rajasthan's 'open art gallery', as the entire region is adorned with artistically painted havelis, mansions and homes. Some of the popular havelis that have become important tourist destinations are the Ladia haveli, the Chokhan haveli, the Binsidhar haveli, the Gulab Rai haveli and the Newatia haveli.
Day 04 : Mandawa - Bikaner, 164 km
Morning after breakfast drive to Bikaner, on arrival check in at the hotel. In the afternoon visit Junagarh fort, Lalgarh Palace, Mata Karni Temple. Overnight in the hotel.
Bikaner : Bikaner lies north of Jodhpur, its reddish-pink stone rising out of miles of barren thorn and scrub. Rao Jodha's sixth son, Bika (after whom the city of Bikaner is named), must have found nothing more than this wilderness when he rode out here in search of greener pastures to conquer, but he was obviously undeterred. The Rathore clansmen set out from Mandore the same year that his father shifted his capital to Jodhpur. Taking with him three hundred zealous retainers, they massacred the first opposing clan they encountered. Next they came in touch with a branch of the Bhattis of Jaisalmer who had settled in the region, and Bika married one of the daughters of the chief. Using this settlement as a base he was able to extend his sway over the entire region. Having secured the submission of the Bhattis, and later of the Jats in the region, he founded his capital Bikaner here.
Day 05 : Bikaner - Jaisalmer, 333 km
After breakfast, drive to Jaisalmer. Arrive Jaisalmer in the evening and transfer to hotel. Overnight in the hotel.
Jaisalmer : Jaisalmer, another princely state of Rajasthan is a paradise of the desert kingdom. Summarizing the allure of the desert, the splendid Jaisalmer nestles in the foothills of Trikuta.
Jaisalmer is a desert city and instantly invokes number of images in the mind of travellers. The word itself provokes an image of deserted land with camel swiftly moving on the golden sands. The city is almost enticing and for domestic travellers as it is to foreign tourists. Standing in pride with its colossal forts, palaces and havelis, Jaisalmer showcases the artistic sense of the Rajput kings.
The city is awesome to cover in cool season. Th city is actually divided into nearly two equal halves. The town is smal enough to be covered on foot. If not less, try spending atleast 4 days in the city, only then you would get a full coverage of beautiful city.
Day 06 : Jaisalmer - Badabagh 06 ½ Km
Morning after breakfast we start the first day camel safari to Badabagh. On arrival visit Badabagh. In the vicinity itself you will find Govardhan Stambh (pillar). This pillar was constructed to commemorate the construction of the Dam and the tank. In the local dialect the Dam and the tank are known as Jait Bandh and the Jait Sar respectively. It is believed that these are based on the name of the man who constructed them. The Jait Bandh is a dominating structure. It is about 1,200 feet in length and 350 feet in width. If you observe it closely you will notice that this has been built out of solid blocks of stone. The same material has been used for the construction of well as well as the tank.
Overnight stay in camp.
Day 07 : Badabagh - Lodharva 06 ½ Km
Morning after breakfast proceed for Ludharva via Roopsi, a mixed cast village with mud and stick houses. Later visit Jain temple & proceed to Chatrayil, a traditional and typical muslim village. Lodharva was once the capital of the Bhatti Rajputs of Jaisalmer who ruled over these lands. Today nothing else but the ruins remain still testifying the glorious eras gone by. Situated in the heart of those ruins are the ancient temples, which are a great attraction for the tourists visiting the place. The Lodharva temples are best visited for the fine architecture and detailing. The Jain Temple housed here, dedicated to the 23rd Jain tirthankar, Parasnath, attract the most number of visitors. The Kalpataru tree is also a must visit site in this complex. Overnight in tent.
Day 8 : Lodharva - Salkha
Morning after breakfast start the journey for Salkha, a traditional Rajput village. Later visit Sand dunes. Overnight in tent.
Day 9 : Salkha - Masoordi
Morning after breakfast proceed to Masoordi via Kanoi, a typical carpenters village. Later proceed to Jeseiri, a water tank surroundings by Oasis and beautiful landscape. Overnight in tent.
Day 10 : Masoordi - Deesagar
Morning proceed to Deegasar via Dedha, a Rajput village and the life style of Rajputs. Deegasar is a place which is surrounded with beautiful landscape and a small lake. Later proceed for Kuldhara via a small Rajput Dhani, a typical group of houses where people stay while cultivating their agriculture fields. Arrive Kuldhara and overnight in tent.
Day 11 : Deesagar - Jaisalmer
Morning proceed for Jaisalmer visiting Moolsagar and Amarsagar. On arrival at Jaisalmer check in at the hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 12 : Jaisalmer
After breakfast, city sightseeing tour, visit Jaisalmer Fort, Jain Temple, Patwon ki Haweli, Salim Singh ki Haveli and Nathmal ki Haveli evening visit for Sand Dunes, enjoy culture programme & camel safari. In the evening return to the hotel for overnight stay.
Day 13 : Jaisalmer - Jodhpur, 290 km
After breakfast, drive to Jodhpur. Arrive Jodhpur, on arrival transfer to hotel. Overnight stay in hotel.
Jodhpur : Located on the periphery of the Thar Desert, Jodhpur is second largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur. According to one fable when Lord Rama, hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana wanted to cross the ocean to rescue his wife Sita, who had been abducted by the demon-king Ravana, he was turned back by the Sea-God. Furious, Rama mounted his arrow to dry up the ocean forcing the Lord of the Sea to retreat. However the arrow once mounted had to be discharged, and Rama fired it into another body of water located in western Rajasthan, thus drying it up. This is the area known as Marwar or Marusthali or the land of the dead.
Day 14 : Jodhpur
Morning sightseeing tour of Jodhpur including The Mehrangarh Fort situated at an altitude of about 125 metres is spread over an area of 5 sq. km and has seven gates. The Jaswant Thada is a white marble memorial built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant II in 1899. The Umaid Bhawan is a majestic building that presently functions as a hotel and museum. The Mandore Gardens, situated about 8 km from Jodhpur, has cenotaphs of the Jodhpur rulers. The Government Museum and Zoo are located in the pleasant Umaid Gardens.
Day 15 : Jodhpur - Jaipur (342 km)
Morning after breakfast drive to Jaipur. On arrival at Jaipur check in at the hotel. Rest of the day free for leisure. Overnight staty at hotel.
Day 16 : Jaipur
Morning after breakfast an excursion tour to Amber Fort, situated just outside the city, ascend fort on Elephants back. In the afternoon sightseeing tour of Jaipur including, City Palace in the heart of Jaipur is known for its blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, Jantar Mantar, is the largest of the five observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh. The Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 17 : Jaipur - Delhi (260 km)
- Departurev Morning after breakfast drive to Delhi, on arrival transfer to the international airport to board the flight for onward destination.
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Package 2 : Rajasthan Wildlife Adventure
Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
On arrival at the airport meet with our representative, and then transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02 : Delhi - Bharatpur, (180 Km)
Morning after breakfast drive to Bharatpur. on arrival check in at hotel. In the evening enjoy a rickshaw ride. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 03 : Bharatpur
Morning after breakfast full day bird watching inside the national park. The foundation of this Bharatpur wildlife sanctuary was laid in 1760 when the Maharaja of Bharatpur made an artificial lake and the dam at this very site to store the water brought by the annual floods in this area. Over 300 bird species are found in this 29-sq-kms-wildlife park of divided into the stretches of marshes, scrubland and grassland. It got its name as Keoladeo Ghana Park on account of an ancient Hindu temple at the centre of the national park devoted to Lord Shiva. The term 'Ghana' is derived from Hindi, which means dense and refers to the thick forest, which covers the entire area. Bharatpur became a national park on 10 March 1982, and was given the status of a World Heritage Site in December 1985. Overnight stay in hotel.
Day 04 : Bharatpur - Sariska National park, (156 km)
Morning after breakfast drive to Sariska national park. On arrival check in at the resort. In the afternoon safari to the national aprk. Overnight at resort.
Day 05 : Sariska National park
Morning and afternoon safari to the national park. This hunting reserve of the Maharajas of Alwar was totally protected for their elaborate shoots. The Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary was established here in 1955 and taken over under Project Tiger in 1979. The best way to visit the park is by jeep. Here you can spot a tiger or see the dancing peacock wooing his female.
The dry deciduous and thorn forests support an increasing population of sambhar, nilgai, chausingha and cheetal. Predators include leopard, hyena, jungle cat, and jackal apart from tiger. The area is also rich in avifauna including shrike, parakeet, gray partridge, golden backed woodpecker, peafowl, crested serpent eagle, babblers and owls. Overnight at the resort.
Day 06 : Sariska - Ranthambore National park, (240 km)
Morning after breakfast drive to the Ranthambore national park. On arrival check in at the wildlife resort.
Ranthambore national spread over 400 sq kms of dry deciduous forest. A perfect natural habitat for tigers, and is set in the Aravalli and Vindhya hills, dotted with pavilions and dominated by a hilltop fort. Ranthambore was one of the hunting preserves of the former rulers of Jaipur and because of this the Maharajas ensured the environment was preserved and the forest and their inhabitants well protected. It has a good population of tiger and their prey species, and has been declared a "Project Tiger" reserve. Wildlife includes blue bull, black buck, spotted deer or cheetal, wild boar, a large variety of bird species and, if very lucky, the rarely seen leopard.
In the afternoon safari to the national park. Overnight stay at wild life resort.
Day 07 : Ranthambore National Park
Morning and evening safari to the national park. Overnight stay at resort.
Day 08 : Ranthambore - Jaipur, (180 km)
Morning after breakfast drive to Jaipur, On arrival check in at the hotel. In the afternoon city sightseeing tour of the pink city visit, including the massif City Palace, Jantar Mantar (Natural Observatory), Hawa Mahal (The Palace of winds). Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 09 : Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra, (250 km)
Morning after breakfast an excursion tour to amber fort, then drive to Agra. En route we will visit Fatehpur Sikri (Ghost Capital), the political capital of India's Mughal Empire under Akbar's reign, from the year 1571 until 1585, when it was abandoned, ostensibly due to lack of water. We visit Emperor Akbar's Residential complex, Mosque & Tomb of Salim Chisti. Then countinue drive to Agra, on arrival at Agra check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 10 : Agra - Delhi, (203 km) - Departure
Today we visit Taj Mahal, symbol of eternal love, which stands on the banks of River Yamuna. It was built by the 5th Mughal emperor, Shah Jehan in the year 1631 in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It was completed in 22 years. Further we visit Agra Fort, taken over from the Lodhis by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in the late 16th century. The Fort can be more accurately described as a walled palatial city. It was built from red sandstone, often inlaid with white marble & intricate decorations.
We will also visit Sikandara, Akbar's tomb. His son Jahangir completed the construction of the tomb in the year 1613. Itmad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb, built by Nur Jahan between 1622 and 1628. It belongs to the father of Nur Jahan, Ghiyas-ud-Din Beg. He was the Wajir (Chief Minister of Emperor Jehangir). This white marble tomb was the first complete marble Mughal structure. Later drive to Delhi, on arrival at Delhi transfer to the International airport to board the flight for onward destination.
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