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Upon arrival at International Airport, you are met and transferred to your pre-booked hotel. Afternoon half-day tour of New Delhi visiting Qutab Minar: It is a UNESCO world heritage site. Qutab Minar is a tall conical 73 mt high (240 feet) tower built by Qutab-ud-din-Aibak in 1192 as a victory tower after the defeat of Delhi's last Hindu Kingdom. Humayun's Tomb: It was the first garden-tomb in India. The tomb of Humayun commissioned by his eldest wife widow Bega Begam (Haiji Begum) in 1569, 14 years after his death. India Gate : The India Gate is a war memorial located at the center of New Delhi across the Rajpath at the eastern end. An imposing India Gate is 42 mt high made of red stone, laid out an Arc-de-Triomphe like archway in the middle of the crossroad of Rajpath, formerly known as Kingsway. The President's House: is the official residence of the President of India, located in central Delhi. The palatial Presidential Palace is one of the main attractions of New Delhi, formerly known as Viceroy's house until 1950, designed by British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.

Later visit old Delhi including Jama Masjid: Jama mosque is one of the largest of all in India, presently situated across the road in front of the Red Fort in Old Delhi. It was commissioned by Mughal emperor Shahjahan in 1644 and completed in 1658 with the help of 5000 artisans under the supervision of Saadullah Khan, the prime minister of Shahjahan. Red fort : Red Fort is a UNESCO world heritage site located in Delhi, a massive Fort built by Mughal emperor Shahjahan, who also built the Taj Mahal in Agra. After shifting his capital from Agra to Delhi, he laid the foundation of Red Fort in 1638 and completed it in nine years, and Chandni chowk: Chandini Chowk is one of the most popular markets of Delhi. It is in Old Delhi near the Old Delhi railway station. Red Fort and Jama mosque are also in proximity. It was built in the 17th century by Mughal emperor Shahjahan and designed by his beloved daughter Jaha Ara. Presently Chandini Chowk is famous for its markets offering pure Indian food, delicacies, and profoundly Sarees with chikan & Zari work. Afternoon leisure and free for shopping etc. Overnight at the hotel.


Morning drive to Jaipur, which is known as the pink city of Rajasthan, was built in 1727 AD by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Designed under Shilp Shastra - an ancient Hindu treatise on architecture - Jaipur follows a grid system. Upon arrival, check-in at your pre-booked hotel. After freshen up, day free at leisure, Afternoon free. Overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast, full day city tour of Jaipur. Morning visit to Amber fort and enjoy elephant ride. Amber Fort: The construction of the Amber fort began in 1592 by Man Singh I, but completed by his successor Jai Singh I. It was originally the old fort of the Kachhwala clan of Amber. The Amber Fort is situated on a hilltop and exhibits a rugged yet magnificent exterior. The Amber Fort is a popular tourist spot in Rajasthan. Known for its beautiful architecture, the combination of white marble and red sandstone makes the fort’s architecture exceptionally distinct built by Maharaja Man Singh in the 16th century. Amber Fort represents a blend between Hindu and Muslim architectures. Afternoon visiting Hawa Mahal: The Palace of winds - a five-storied structure of pink sandstone has semi-octagonal and delicately honeycombed windows overlooking the main street of the old city. It was built, which enabled the ladies of the royal household to watch everyday life. City palace and Museum: The City Palace in the heart of the old city is a blend of Rajasthan and Mughal architecture, etc. Overnight at hotel.


After breakfast, continues our drive towards Bikaner through desert country, with scanty vegetation. Upon arrival, check-in to the Hotel. The Forts and Palaces of Bikaner break the endless monotony of the desert. The city's deity is Karni Mata:The temple dedicated to her provides sanctuary to mice in the belief that those who serve the goddess are reborn as mice. Other places of interest are the Junagarh Fort and the Lalgarh Palace and evening visit Local markets etc . Overnight at Hotel.


After breakfast, today's drive towards Jaisalmer. A fascinating city, rising from the heart of the Thar Desert like a golden mirage. The commanding fort etched in yellow sandstone stands in some splendor, dominating the amber-hued city. A visit to Jaisalmer is a must for any traveler to Rajasthan. Here, on the edge of the desert, is a bustling center from where one can trek across the beautiful stretches of sand on camels or, paradoxically, enjoy the nearby lakes and reservoirs. Few places in India could rival the medieval charm and magnificence of Jaisalmer. The rich and beautiful palaces and havelis of Jaisalmer shimmer against the relentless monotony of the Thar Desert. Their beautiful Havelis and temples have assumed the air of a virtual museum. Overnight at the hotel.


Today visit Jaisalmer fort houses the entire township within its ramparts. Lovely Havelis dot the enchanting network of narrow lanes. Among the sights you'll visit: Nathmalji - Ki - Haveli and Patwaon ki Haveli, three beautifully sculptured Jain temples built between the 12th and 13th Centuries; and five interconnected palaces. The fort is accessible through four gateways - Akhaiya Pol, Ganesh Pol, Suraj Pol and Hawa Pol. Later half, go to see the dunes.

No trip to Jaisalmer is complete without a visit to the most picturesque dunes. In the late afternoon, you will visit Sam dunes. The ripples on the wind - caressed dunes create enchanting mirages. Adventure freaks can go out on a camel safari - getting the real feel of the desert. Return to the Jaisalmer for overnight stay. Overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast, drive towards Jodhpur - including visits to interesting, Hindu, and Jain Temples at Osiyan. Jodhpur, the gateway to the Thar desert, Jodhpur is known for its magnificent forts, stately palaces, and gracious building. Arrive in Jodhpur, The second-largest city in Rajasthan, standing on the edge of the Thar Desert. Rao Jodha founded the old City. Its walls with seven gates and countless bastions and towers were built by Rao Maldeo in the 16th Century when Jodhpur was a booming trading town. Jodhpur is called the " Blue City " or the characteristic plea indigo color of its traditional homes. Overnight at the hotel.


There are many great fortresses throughout Rajasthan, but non-compare with the majestic Mehrangarh Fort, built atop a 400 ft. promontory. Within this invisible citadel are magnificent palaces with marvelously carved panels, latticed windows, and evocative names. These palaces house a fabulous collection of possessions of Indian royalty, including a superb collection of palanquins, elephant howdahs, miniature paintings of various schools, musical instruments, costumes, and furniture. Below the fort, visit the Jaswant Thada, a graceful marble cenotaph built 1899 for Mahrajaha Jaswant Singh II, and monuments to other Maharajahs of Jodhpur. Later move towards the heart of the bazaars for a view of local artisans at work and locals shopping for their wares. Later, part of the day, we set out on a fascinating drive to Rohetgarh, a neighboring royal village. Overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast, we leave for Mt. Abu. Mt Abu is Rajasthan's only hill station. Sprawling along a 1200 m high plateau, Mt Abu stretches for about 22 Km. For years the Maharajas and the Princes escaped to this hill resort to escape the sweltering summers of the dusty desert. Here we also visit the famous Dilwara group of Jain temples - one of the finest examples of Jain architecture in India. Overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast we continue our drive to Udaipur and upon arrival check into at hotel. Evening we take a boat ride on the Lake Pichola.Overnight at the hotel.


Built along three lakes and ringed by green hills, Udaipur (pop, 366.000) is known as the 'Venice of the East' The City's palaces, gardens, ghats, temples, and painted houses match the beauty of the setting. This morning we'll visit the towering City Palace, the largest in Rajasthan, and the Saheliyon ki Bari ( Garden of the Maidens). Once, forbidden to all but the queen and her ladies. From here, we visit the e superb Jagdish Temple noted for its elephant - motif carvings Afternoon is at leisure. Overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast, departure transfer to the airport to board flight for onward journey.

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast at all places
  • Using 3/4/5 star hotels
  • All transfers, sightseeing and road transportation by A/c Toyota Innova
  • English speaking guides for city tours
  • All taxes and service charges