We will meet you at the New Delhi International Airport and take you to the hotel for check-in. If your flight arrives in the morning we can also arrange a short tour of the city for half a day.
In New Delhi
Day two is reserved for a full tour of Old and New Delhi. You will visit Shanti Van and Raj Ghat, pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi and visit Jama Masjid, Red Fort, built by the Moghul Emperor Shahjehan, enjoy walking through Chandni Chowk a bustling market in Old Delhi. Next, we will take you to Qutub Minar and the Tomb of Humayun. You will drive past India Gate, Parliament House and Rasjtrapathi Bhavan, the official residence of the President of India.
Going To Agra
You will check out from the hotel in the morning and drive to Agra. We will check you into a hotel, take a short rest and get ready for a sightseeing tour of Agra. Visit Agra Fort, Peal Mosque and finish your tour with a late evening visit to Taj Mahal, the monument of love situated on the banks of a river. Look at the pristine while marble Tomb as the sun sets on the banks of the river. Return to the hotel for on overnight stays
Going To Jaipur
On day four you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, the city abandoned due to lack of water, take in the splendor of the city also visit the large mosque. Check out and start by car to Jaipur. You will be checked into a hotel in Jaipur. Get ready to witness a unique show of song and dance that depicts the Rajasthani culture. We will take you to Choki Dhani, a village resort for dinner, where you will also see a puppet show, folk dances and listen to the traditional music. Return to the hotel and retire for the night
rooms for tourists in the Palance. You will stay overnight in Jaipur.
Today you will visit the famous Amber Fort. A short ride on elephants will take you to the gate of the fort. You will visit Victory Fort (locally known as Jaigarh Fort), this fort was built to add extra security to Amber and Jaipur and is used today as an artillery production center. Next stop is the haunted Tiger Fort (also referred to as Nahargarh Fort). It is said the spirit of a prince haunts the construction site when the fort was being built, he promised to allow the construction if the fort is named after him. Many buildings are located within the fort, these include Madhavendra Bhawan, built Sawai Ram Singh II, it has a series of interconnected rooms, hallways, and colorful corridors. You will also visit Kanak Vrindawan, Albert Hall, Krishna Garden, Krishna Temple and Jalmahal. Visit Chokhi Dhani and Birla Temple, a famous village resort in the evening and enjoy authentic Rajasthani cuisine, and watch cultural programs.
Going To Bikaner
On day seven you will drive to Bikaner. We will check you into a hotel in Bikaner, you can take a short rest and get ready for a tour of the city in the afternoon. You will visit the imposing walls surrounding the city, also, visit a fort that has many old temples, mosques and palaces. The fort was built in the sixteenth century by Raja Raj Singh and has thirty seven pavilions, windows of varying designs and balconies. Later in the day you will visit the Gajner Palace, the summer resort for the Maharajas of Bikaner, it was built by the Bikaner Maharaja Ganga Singh JI. Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Stay In Bikaner
Today you will visit the museum, Lalgarth Palace, Deshnoke Rat Temple, Camel Breeding Farm and the Bhanda Sagar Jain Temple. You will stay overnight in Bikaner.
Going To Jaisalmer
You will be checked out from the hotel and drive to Jaisalmer, known as the Golden City Of India. It was built by Rawal Jaisal, a Rajput king in the year 1156 AD. The city is also famous for its forts, houses and its proximity to the Thar desert. Here, you will visit Salim Singh Ji Ki Haveli, Patwon Ki Haveli, and the Jaisalmer Fort. You will see Sonar Quila, a massive structure built to provide security, you will also visit many merchants, residential complexes of traders and the army, Gadsisar Lake and some temples. In the evening we will take you to a Desert Resort to see the sun setting over sand dunes, enjoy dinner and a program highlighting the culture and traditions of Rajasthan. You can spend the night either in a tent or a room.
Going To Jodhpur
Take a desert camel safari early in the morning, watch the sun rise and drive to Jodhpur. We will check you into a hotel in Jodhpur
Stay In Jodhpur
Jodhpur was founded by Prince Jodha in 1459 and is the center of the Rathore clan. Here you will visit the Mehrangarh Fort and stroll through Phool Mahal and Moti Mahal situated inside the Fort. Visit Jaswant Thada next, a marble cenotaph built in the memory of Jaswant Singh II.
Going To Udaipur
Checked out from the hotel early in the morning and drive to Udaipur, also known as the city of lakes. Udaipur offers many tourist destinations, it has lakes, palaces and vibrant local markets. Here, you will visit Fateh Prakash Palace, City Palace, Maharana Pratap Memorial, Lake Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake and Lake Pichola.
Going To Chittorgarh And Ajmer
On day thirteen check out and start early in the morning for Chittorgarh and Ajmer. On the way to Ajmet Pushkar you will pass through Chittorgarh Fort, explore the fort and learn about its gory past when Allaudin Khilji attacked the fort in the Middle Ages, also visit Bram Temple.
Going To Jaipur
You will drive to Jaipur, on the way stop to visit Pushkar Lake and Khwaja Saheb Ki Dargah, have lunch and then continue your journey to Jaipur. Visit local markets for shopping in the evening.
Going To New Delhi
Your journey ends on day fifteen you will be taken to the New New Delhi International Airport for your journey back home.