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Rajasthan Panorama

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Rajasthan Panorama

Days 1-2 : Fly to Delhi

Fly overnight to Delhi, India’s capital city.

Day 3 : Alsisar Heritage Town

We travel through the countryside to the small heritage town of Alsisar, which is known for its beautiful frescoes, havelis and mansions.

Day 4 : Explore Bikaner

Head to the desert town of Bikaner. Visit Junagarh Fort and take a rickshaw ride through the medieval streets to the old city bazaar before continuing to Gajner.

Day 5 : Jaisalmer

We continue to Jaisalmer, also known as the Golden City, and in the evening visit the local markets and Sunset Point.

Day 6 : Jaisalmer Fort

Sightseeing includes a visit to Jaisalmer Fort, on top of the 80m high Trikuta Hill. Journey to the Sam Sand Dunes and enjoy a camel ride to view the sunset.

Day 7 : Thar Desert Safari

We drive through the Thar Desert to Manvar where we experience a camel and jeep safari to local Bishnoi villages to meet the locals. Tonight we will have a memorable stay in a tented camp (mid-October to mid-April) or Manvar Resort.

Day 8 : Jodhpur

Travel to Jodhpur, known as the Blue City, the second largest city in Rajasthan.

Day 9 : Mehrangarh Fort

Visit Mehrangarh Fort and the museum located in the Umaid Bhawan Palace.

Day 10 : Udaipur & Lake Pichola

Travel to Udaipur, a city of lakes, palaces and temples. We stop at Ranakpur to visit the largest Jain Temple complex in India, built in the 15th Century. We continue to Udaipur and cruise on Lake Pichola.

Day 11 : Discover Udaipur

We begin with a drive around Fateh Sagar Lake and then visit the Folk Museum, Mewar Art Gallery and Sahelion Ki Bari Garden. We also visit City Palace and wander through the local shops.

Day 12 : Rajasthan Countryside

Continue to Deogarh. In the evening, we walk through the colourful and bustling streets of the village and take in the sights and sounds of rural Rajasthan.

Day 13 : Pushkar

Take a short ride on a rural 1930’s train to phulad; and then continue by road to pushkar where you’ll take a walking tour of the market and visit Brahma Temple. pushkar is known for its Camel Fair held every year (oct to nov).

Day 14 : Drive to Jaipur

We travel to Jaipur and visit City Palace and Jantar Mantar Observatory.

Day 15 : Hawa Mahal & Amber Fort

Begin with a short stop at hawa Mahal, the palace of the Winds, before continuing to amber Fort. after trying your hand at some block painting and carpet weaving, take some time at the local bazaar in Choti Choper and watch a traditional dinner and dance performance

Days 16-17 : Ranthambore or Bharatpur

Depending on the season, the next three days operate different itineraries as follows: Jan to May: Travel by train to Ranthambore National Park and enjoy a canter safari in the park this afternoon. The next day, take morning and afternoon canter safaris through the park. Sept to Dec: Drive to Bharatpur. The next day, visit the ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri and Keoladeo National Park, famous for fantastic bird watching. Later, return to Bharatpur.

Day 18 : Agra

Jan to May: Travel by train to Bharatpur and then continue by road to Agra, stopping enroute at Fatehpur Sikri ghost city, built in 1569 by Emperor Akbar. Sept to Dec: A day at leisure including a short drive to Agra and time to explore the city.

Day 19 : Taj Mahal

We rise early to view the impressive Taj Mahal in all its glory at sunrise. We also stop at a traditional Marble Workshop and visit Agra Fort.

Day 20 : Delhi

We travel to Delhi and visit Qutab Minar, Lotus temple ad Connaught Place Markets.

Day 21 : Red Forst & India Gate

Sightseeing today begins with a visit to the Red Fort and a walk through Chandni Chowk bazaar to Jama Masjid, which is India’s largest mosque. We also have a brief photo stop at India Gate and Parliament House.

Day 22 : Fly Delhi to UK

Fly to the UK, arriving home later the same or following day.

Tour includes:

all international airfares
all domestic transportation, departure taxes and current fuel surcharges
all accommodation
all meals
entrance fees, guides and daily tours
visa fees for UK and EU passport holders

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