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Incredible Rajasthan Tour Package

Incredible Rajasthan Tour Packages

  • Rajasthan is a state in northwestern India. It is known for its rich history and culture, and its stunning forts, palaces, and temples. Rajasthan is also home to the Thar Desert, one of the largest deserts in the world. Book incredible Rajasthan tour packages from our top tour operators in India, make your family holiday memorable with our awesome Rajasthan tour packages from India. Rajasthan is a truly unforgettable place, and a Rajasthan tour is the perfect way to experience its rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Enjoy a traditional Rajasthani meal, with all the delicious spices and flavors of the region.


Destinations:Delhi – Mandawa – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Luni – Ranakpur – Udaipur – Chittaurgarh – Bundi – Pushkar – Jaipur – Amber Fort – Fatehpur Sikari – Agra – Delhi

  • 16 Days
  • Age 15+
  • Delhi
Destination:Incredible Rajasthan Tour
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Return Time:As per schedule
  • 15 Nights Hotel Accomodation
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Tour Plan

Delhi – Mandawa – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Luni – Ranakpur – Udaipur – Chittaurgarh - Bundi – Pushkar - Jaipur – Amber Fort – Fatehpur Sikari – Agra – Delhi


Day 1: Grand welcome upon arrival in Delhi.

The moment you step into Delhi city, a myriad of exciting experiences is waiting for you. Upon your arrival, you’ll be welcomed by the Indian traditions in hospitality of Discovery Prime Tours. Your journey in your sole car to your hotel begins giving an insight to what is to follow in this Rajasthan tour package. Following this, your guide will give you an interesting summary preview of the rest of the trip in order to prepare your minds.


Day 2: Discovering Delhi's Historical Treasures

The thrilling tour begins with a hearty breakfast, followed by excursions of old Delhi as well as New Delhi. During your stay here you will see Jamia Mosque that remains as one of the largest mosques in the continent of Asia and Redfort which is the emblem of Mughal luxury. Walking on the silver streets of Chandni Chowk and breathing in that air. Visit and pay your tributes at Raj Ghat, where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed.
India’s spiritual diversity is exhibited in visiting Akshar Dham and Birla Mandir temples in the morning of the day. Do not forget to admire the architectural masterpieces of the Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar. The Bahai Temple – a symbol of religious tolerance in India. Others are the India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Parliament House, and the Government Secretariat Buildings.


Day 3: From Delhi to Mandawa

And having said goodbyes in Delhi, you’ll move on to the lovely town of Mandawa in this Rajasthan tour package, which is deep in Shekhawati region. Mandawa is famously known as the “open-air art gallery of Rajasthan”, home to beautiful frescoes. Visit the charmingly painted haveli that were built by wealthy businessmen in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. This picturesque village, where you can take a heritage walk, is witness to the olden days’ lifestyle of its inhabitants. In the evening, Mandawa will reveal to you some glimpses of Rajasthan’s art as well as the culture that your overnight stay will offer.


Day 4: A fortified adventure from Mandawa to Bikaner.

Upon taking your breakfast, you proceed to the city of bikaner. On the way, you will visit Fatehpur village, famous for its beautiful shekhawati havelis. Bikaner beckons with the impenetrable 15th century Junagarh fort, which has a fascinating history. These desert animals are trained and bred in Camel Breeding Farms that are another feature of your exploration. You will also get to see the Deshnok Rat Temple in the evening which is a very interesting one.


Day 5: Jaisalmer – The golden desert city.

You’ll start with passing through the Thar Desert to the magical city of Jaisalmer. You will also experience the local markets’ colourful ambience and learn all about Pokhran, the birthplace of Akbar the Great._ On arrival at Jaisalmer at sunset you will see the warm glow that spreads out over the sandy city of the desert. Desert adventures await you for an overnight stay in Jaisalmer.


Day 6: Jaisalmer's Golden Wonders

On this day of your Rajasthan tour package, Jaisalmer, the Gold Town, opens up its treasures. First, you will explore the magnificent Sonar Fort, which seems to rise from the sands, shimmering with the golden light of the desert. Badal Niwas, Manak Chowk, Patwon Ki Haveli, Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli, Deewan Salim Singh Ki Haveli – these places have elaborate crafts and rich history.
The calmness of Gadisar Lake gives an antithetical note in comparison while the night ends with the camel carts trekking to the Sam or Khuri sand dunes. For sure, you’ll dine in the mud huts, listening to the songs that come from local artists and musicians. Your night in Jaisalmer should be an unforgettable memory.


Day 7: Jaisalmer to the blue city – Jodhpur

You will leave early morning heading to Jodhpur, and en route you will visit the Mandore Garden. Upon arriving in Jodhpur, make sure to visit Mehrangarh Fort, the most prominent landmark in the city. You will visit its intriguing museum which contains many valuable regalia.
Other highlights include Jaswant Thada, an intricately-carved-marble-temple cenotaph, and Umaid Bhawan Palace, a palace created using no mortar-binds. The evening remains for you to sample some of the famous spices in the Indian market. Your overnight sleep will take you down the history of Jodhpur, full of charms.


Day 8: Travelling to the beautiful village of Luni.

You will be driven for a short distance of one hour to the charming village of Luni portraying the royalty of Rajasthan. The artisans still operate within the traditional methods of metal, clay, and wood sculpting fashioning the most delicate works of art. Luni’s red sandstone Chanwa Fort is another masterpiece of craftsmanship which is completely made of Jodhpur stone.
The construction of the fortress entailed courtyards, towers, water channels, stables, and maze-like corridors leading to concealed pavilions and panoramic roofs, providing scenic vistas of the village and the Thar Desert. The day of the past is brought alive by the traditional wall paintings. Luni’s artistic and architectural excellence is experienced in a flash during your overnight stay in Rajasthan.


Day 9: Lake city of Udaipur, formerly known as Luni.

The road towards Udaipur, one of the magical cities, starts after breakfast. On the way, you will visit the famous city of Ranakpur that was named after its founder Rana Kumbha known for his beautiful Jain temples. However, the main attraction here is the Chamukh temple, with four images of Adinath being beautifully sculptured in it comprising 29 halls and 1,444 columns all elaborately carved.
Once you arrive in Udaipur, you will proceed to your accommodation. Afterwards, you shall visit the Sahelion ki Bari, a garden complex of fountains and calm pools erected by Maharana Sangram Singh for his daughter. The remaining part of the day will be spent at your own pace exploring the unique character that has been bestowed to the city.


Day 10: Udaipur's Royal Splendors

After a heavy breakfast, the Udaipur-city tour is on the menu. You will tour the City Palace, a majestic palace with intricate architecture, the Jagdish Temple, a Hindu temple, and the Folk Art Museum with a colourful collection of puppets, musical instruments, and painted art works.
In the evening you can take a walk through the city or a boat ride on Lake Pichola where you will see the splendour of the Lake Palace, Jag Mandir Palace and Taj Lake Palace. These palaces are the setting for a rich royal feast to treat you. This night at the hotel will be relaxing and reflecting.


Day 11: Bundi Onwards via Chittorgarh and Udaipur.

Therefore, after breakfast you will travel towards bundi. The journey leads them through Chittorgarh. The amazing fort atop 180 m-high hill covers about 280ha having a maximum height of 150 m. Rani Padmini Palace, Vijay Stambh, and Kirti Stambh are the other tourist destinations in the city.
Next, you travel from Chittorgarh to Bundi. On arrival, you will book in your hotel and then relax and explore the rest of the day. The historic grandeur is what characterises your overnight stay in Bundi.


Day 12: Exploring Bundi's Historical Gems

In the morning, you’ll visit Bundi and begin with a Taragarh Fort tour. The interesting fort constructed in 1354 is reachable by traversing a rocky way that goes to an immense gate. The Bhim Burj, which is a famous monument with cannons that give excellent views of the area. Later on in the afternoon, you proceed to Pushkar, a town that abounds with myth and religion.
Pushkar is the place where lord Brahma, the Trinity God in Hinduism, and his wife Savitri carried out ritualistic worship. You will pay the Brahma temple and Pushkar Lake, where the followers bathe with the holy waters from this lake. Legends claim that the lake began to fill in the place where the lotus petals, which originated in the hands of lord Brahma, touched the ground. Pushkar can boast of the Pushkar Fair, too, an annual festival taking place each November and enjoyed by people with a lot of excitement.
In the night, you can rove the busy local market, living through the richness of Pushkar’s culture.


Day 13: Pushkar to Jaipur (The Pink City), awaits

Sharif and Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra. Welcome to the capital state of Rashtrathani known as Pink city. Your afternoon shall be a wonder of Jaipur, starting with a tour to the City Palace, which was the prior residence of the royal family having a huge collection of artworks, carpets, and
Your next destination in this Rajasthan tour package is the Jantar Mantar Observatory, an architectural wonder, located in the core of the city. It has been accurately keeping the time since the 17th century and is the biggest and best preserved stone observatory. You’ll visit the Birla Temple on your way back, a temple built in remembrance of Lord Vishnu. Jaipur’s night market and your own discovery of Indian spice flavour in the evening is yours. You will always remember your overnight stay in Jaipur.


Day 14: Jaipur's Royal Legacy

Visiting the dramatic hilltop fortress of Amber will be the highlight for an entire day’s sightseeing in Jaipur. Climb the painted elephant fort and visit the glittering inlays, or Sheesh Mahal as it is commonly known.
In addition, there is Diwan-e-Aam (the “Hall of Public Audience”), Diwan-e-Khas (the “Hall of Private Audience”) and Sukh Niwas, where a cool breeze blows. Another architectural gem is the Jai Mandir also known as the “Temple of Victory”. On your way, you will explore Jal Mahal which is the water palace located in the middle of Maota Lake and Hawa Mahal known for its pink facade featuring windows and filigree screens.
Post-lunch; Monkey Temple and Galta Sun Temple. Monkey temple is a quiet location among hills. Spend an evening watching a Bollywood film in the Rajmandir, which is the second-best cinema in Asia. Enjoy an Indian cuisine accompanied by Rajasthani women performing folk dances and music in an Indian restaurant in the evening.


Day 15: Drive from Jaipur to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri

You will have a relaxed morning before making a journey to Agra, home to the famous Taj Mahal. You will pass through the bird sanctuary at Bharatpur referred to as the Keoladeo National Park during the trip. After lunch, we will take a tour of the phantom city of Fatehpur Sikri that was created by Akbar at the end of the 16th century. Despite its well- preserved condition, this city of red sandstone palaces and temples was deserted after just 14 years due to a lack of fresh water. Some of the notable highlights of the city are Buland Darwaza, Jami Mosque, Tomb of Shaikh Salim Chishti, Jodha Bai’s Palace and Birbal’s House.
Then when you arrive in Agra, you will visit the huge Agra Fort made from red sandstone and marble. It has beautiful courtyards, water fountains, and gates. This was the place where Shah Jahan was imprisoned by his own son, Aurangzeb, at his own will. In the evening, you can visit Agra’s lively markets and feel the atmosphere of the culture of the locals.


Day 16: Visiting Taj Mahal during sunrise and returning to Delhi.

Wake up early in order to savour the unmatched splendour of the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the world. The dream in white marble commissioned by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Queen Mumtaz Mahal stands by the banks of the Yamuna River, atop a beautiful garden complete with the exquisite decoration of fountains.
Then, you travel to Sikandra, the burial ground for Akbar the Mughals emperor. Coming back to Delhi, you can see Connaught Place, visit a Sikh Temple, have dinner at an indigenous restaurant and generally enjoy the lively atmosphere of the place. Then you’ll be taken to the international airport to make sure you get there three hours before your flight home.

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