Never - Ending Heritage Rajasthan Tour Package
Rajasthan is a state in northern India and it is also the largest state in India. The mere mention of the name Rajasthan brings in a lot of images in our mind such as vast arid deserts, camels, lakes, forts and palaces, people wearing colorful pagris(headgear) and much more. Rajasthan means “Land of Kings” and it lives up to its name.
Our 12 nights and 13 days Never Ending Heritage Rajasthan Tour will take you across the largest state of India into one of the most culturally rich and diverse states India has to offer.
Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. It is also known as the “Pink City” as almost all of the buildings and architecture adorn pink color on their walls.
Some of the famous places to visit in Jaipur are the Hawa Mahal and Jal Mahal.
Hawa Mahal is a beautiful palace which is made up of red and pink sandstone. Jal Mahal on the other hand is a palace in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. It is a brilliant example of Rajput Style of architecture. Jantar Mantar is a collection of nineteen astronomical instruments in the shape of architecture. It has the world’s largest sundial and is also a UNESCO world heritage site.
Bikaner is a city in the northwestern state of Rajasthan, which was formerly the princely state of Bikaner around 1488 CE. Bikaner is often not seen as a famous tourist place amongst famous places in Rajasthan, but Bikaner has its own charm and uniqueness about it. Karni Mata Temple which is known as the “Rat Temple” is one of the most unique temples of the world which is home to almost 20,000 rats. Legend has it that Goddess Durga turned the storyteller caste of Rajasthani males to rats in order to spite God of Death Yama. Junagarh Fort is another place to visit in Bikaner city, Junagarh literally means “Old Fort”. It is one of the few forts in Rajasthan which is not built on a hilltop and what makes it unique is that the whole city of Bikaner is built around it. The fort is so beautiful that many Bollywood movies and TV shows have been shot in it. The fort is inspired by Rajasthani, Gujarati, Mughal and British architecture which makes it one of a kind.
Jaisalmer is one of the largest cities in the Indian state of Rajasthan and it has been given the nickname of “The Golden City”. The city is built on a ridge which consists of sandstone which is yellow in colour. Almost all of the residents live in the Jaisalmer Fort, which is the only fort of modern times around the world in which people still reside. The fort overlooks the rest of the city. Visit forts such as Sonar Quila amongst many others and return back to the campsite in Thar Desert to witness a beautiful sunset along with bonfire and famous Rajasthani folk dance and music to end your day.
Jodhpur is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan and officially the second metropolitan city of the state. It is a popular tourist destination which has many forts, temples and palaces. It is called “The Blue City” as the walls of the buildings and several other architectural places are painted blue to keep off the heat from the sun’s rays.
One of the city’s main landmarks is Mehrangarh Fort which is located at an elevation of 125mts over Jodhpur. It is made with a mix of brown and white sandstone which makes it really unique. You can try out ziplining which is one of the adventurous activities that can be done inside the fort. It offers you a chance to get a bird’s eye view of the gardens and the desert lake. The fort has intricate carvings which reminds of fresco styled era of Italian architecture. One of the best cafes located inside Mehran Fort is the ‘Cafe Mehran’ which is famous for serving local and authentic Bikaneri cuisine.
Udaipur is known as the “Lake City” and there are many beautiful palaces which are set alongside Lake Pichola. Continuing the color theme, in Udaipur you will see white coloured architecture and buildings.
Pushkar is a city in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan which is famous for its temples and pilgrimage sites for both Hindus and Sikhs. Some of the most famous places to visit in Pushkar are the Pushkar lake, Gurudwara Singh Sabha and Brahma Temple. The world famous Pushkar Camel fair starts in November which makes it one of the best times to visit Pushkar. It is one of the best places to see the sun go down, you might want to hop off to a rooftop cafe to unwind from the day’s travel and enjoy a surreal sunset and some local delicacies of Pushkar.
1st Day: Delhi to Mandawa Arrival
2nd Day: Mandawa to Bikaner Transfer
3rd Day: Bikaner to Jaisalmer Transfer
4th Day: Jaisalmer City Tour
5th Day: Jaisalmer Sam dunes Tour
6th Day: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur Transfer
7th Day: Jodhpur City Tour
8th Day: Jodhpur to Udaipur Transfer
9th Day: Udaipur City Tour
10th Day: Udaipur to Pushkar Transfer
11th Day: Pushkar - Ajmer - Jaipur Transfer
12th Day: Jaipur City Tour
13th Day: Jaipur - Delhi Departure
Delhi to Delhi:
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Itinerary (Delhi to Delhi)
1st Day : Delhi to Mandawa Arrival
Pick up from Delhi Railway station/Airport and start our road trip to Mandawa. it will take approximately 6-7 hours to reach Mandawa.
Mandawa is a beautiful heritage town located in the Shekhawat region of Rajasthan.The town is a perfect place for art and culture lover's. Mandawa is known as the Shekhwati Silk Route which is till today home to many business merchants
On arrival, check in to your hotel. Have some rest and enjoy local market of Mandawa in evening back to your hotel. Overnight stay in Mandawa.
2nd Day : Mandawa to Bikaner Transfer
After breakfast, explore one of the oldest city in Rajasthan - Mandawa. Which is famous for its Havelis, Forts, paintings and art.
you will go for heritage tour of Mandawa which will includes several havelis like Murmuria Haveli, The Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli, Bansidhar Newatia Haveli, the Chokhani Double Haveli after that you will experience Mandawa Fort and open art gallery. After that head towards Bikaner.
on arrival check in to your Bikaner hotel. overnight stay in your hotel.
3rd Day : Bikaner to Jaisalmer Transfer
After delicious breakfast start exploring the camel country Bikaner, Bikaner has fought against time and displays its ancient opulence through palaces and forts built of red sandstone. It is home to the world’s largest research facility and breeding farm on camels and is also famous for Rats Temple, dedicated to Karni Mata at Deshnok.
The major attractions of Bikaner that we’ll be exploring include:
The JunagarhFort, situated in Junagarh, that holds the distinction of having never been captured. Built by Raja Jai Singh, the fort complex houses magnificent palaces of red sandstone.
Lalgarh Palace and Museum, constructed by Maharaja Ganga Singh, is an architectural marvel, having been made entirely of red sandstone and is a mixture of Rajputana, Islamic and European architecture.
Gajner Palace and Lake is an incomparable jewel of the Thar. Founded by Maharaja Gaj Singh of Bikaner, it was completed by Maharaja Ganga Singh on the bank of the lake and was meant to be a hunting and relaxing lodge for the royal family and the guests of the royals and has now been converted into a hotel.
Devi Kund is the royal crematorium and has several exquisite chhatris (cenotaphs), each dedicated to the memory of a ruler of the Bikaji Dynasty, the founders of Bikaner. Devi Kund also has cenotaphs of 22 female members of the royal family prior to Maharaja Gaj Sigh Ji, who committed sati.
After that head towards Jaisalmer
Overnight stay at Jaisalmer hotel.
4th Day : Jaisalmer City Tour
After breakfast, you will go for city tour of Jaisalmer.
The Jaisalmer fort, famously called the Golden Fort of Rajasthan was constructed by Raja Jaisal and is ranked as one of the largest forts in the World. The 99 turrets that this fort has, give this fort an amazing look at night, rising from the desert sand.
BadaBagh or Huge Garden was started with its construction under Maharaja Jaitsingh while his son Lunakaran completed it. The garden served as a memorial for the nobles and their families post-cremation. The place is isolated and offers great sunrise and sunset moments.
The Gadisar Lake in Jaisalmer which proves to be the most beautiful gem of the Jaisalmer necklace. It’s only a kilometer away from the fort and the people of Jaisalmer once depended on this tank for their water needs. This place also offers Boat Rides.
Jaisalmer also has Jain Temples, located inside the Fort itself, dedicated to Jain Tirthankars and is based on the architecture of Mt. Abu’s Dilwara Temple.
in evening come back to your hotel. overnight stay in hotel.
5th Day : Jaisalmer Sam dunes Tour
After breakfast we will check in to campsite of Jaisalmer, rest in our Camps and later head out for Desert safari at the Sam Sand Dunes. Things you can do at Sam Sand Dunes:
Parasailing and other adventures. (on your own)
Cultural show from the Rajasthani Folk groups at the campsite in the evening. We end the day in the desert, under billions of stars.
Dinner and overnight stay in Camps at Jaisalmer.
6th Day : Jaisalmer to Jodhpur Transfer
Early Breakfast and leave Early Morning for Jodhpur. Check in and relax in your hotel
Later visit Mehrangarh Fort - which is one of the largest fort of India, Overnight Stay At Jodhpur
7th Day : Jodhpur City Tour
After breakfast, We will begin our sightseeing tour of Jodhpur. We will visit Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Ghanta Ghar, Mandore Garden, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park. Evening time visit the local market. Night Stay at Jodhpur.
8th Day : Jodhpur to Udaipur Transfer
After breakfast head towards Udaipur, it will take 6-7 hours to reach Udaipur from Jodhpur.
Udaipur isn’t just another city of Rajasthan that you drive by through. Unlike many others, Udaipur in itself is a mine of ethnic culture, greatness, and rich history. Since the journey is long, you’ll be tired. So, today, we’ll be spending our day at the hotel at leisure and start the city tour in the evening. We’ll try and cover a few places and leave the majority of the attractions for the next day.
We will cover the local market look for the authentic Rajasthani Thali served everywhere and have our shopaholic self treat ourselves with authentic Rajasthani Handicraft.
We’ll be doing the sightseeing of lake Pichola, and spend the evening overlooking the beautiful city of Udaipur at Sunset.
9th Day : Udaipur City Tour
After breakfast we will start city tour of Udaipur. The City of Lakes or the Venice of the East is what Udaipur is otherwise famously known as. Other than the lakes, Udaipur has a variety of attractions to offer the tourists. City Palace, Sajjangarh Palace, Vintage Car Museum, Jag Mandir Palace and Lake Pichola. Explore these serene places on a quiet evening and be blessed with a beautiful sunset. overnight stay in Hotel. Night Stay at Udaipur.
10th Day : Udaipur to Pushkar Transfer
After breakfast leave for Pushkar. it will take 7 long hours to reach Pushkar.
on arrival check in to your Campsite.
After sone rest, will leave for sightseeing of this beautiful city.
Here are some of the attractions that are going to give your eyes some treat to watch:
The lakes: The famous camel fair takes place on the banks of the Pushkar Lake. The Pushkar Fair brings livestock, farmers, traders and villagers from all over Rajasthan together and it is a mixture of colors, spectacle, and a carnival — possibly India’s very last traditional mela. The lake is still an integral part of the Incredible India Initiative for Rajasthan and it showcases the hidden beauty of Rajasthan, a state with the largest desert in India.
Overnight stay at the Hotel.
11th Day : Pushkar - Ajmer - Jaipur Transfer
After breakfast, Fascinate yourself to some of the famous lakes and Rose Gardens, Savitri Temple, Brahma Temple, old Rangji Temple and Pushkar Ropeway
next stop will be Ajmer
we’ll be spending some time to explore a bit of Ajmer on the way. Ajmer Sharif- Dargah of "Khawaja Moinuddin Chishti", Ana Sagar Lake, Akbar’s Palace and Museum, PrithvirajSmarakare some of those places that one needs to give a visit when in Ajmer. You can even go to the local market and do Shopping. after that we will leave for Jaipur. Overnight stay in Jaipur.
12th Day : Jaipur City Tour
Enjoy beautiful morning with breakfast in your hotel. After that explore Jaipur.
The Pink City of Rajasthan - Jaipur was named after Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II who founded the city on November 18, 1727. Along with Delhi and Agra, Jaipur forms India’s Golden Triangle, India’s most popular tourist circuit.
our city tour begins with Amber Fort and Palace then visit Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort among others.
The rich history of this city is in itself a marvel of India’s widespread popularity in the world. The local cuisine, artifacts, authentic hand crafted slippers and clothes are some of the most sought after things to buy among tourists who visit Jaipur.
In all its existence, the capital city of Rajasthan has maintained its status as a city that will make you fall in love at first sight. The hospitality, culture, ethnic wears are just some of those beautiful attractions that never cease to amaze.
overnight stay at hotel.
13th Day : Jaipur - Delhi Departure
Post Breakfast we start our last day of the tour and finally reach Delhi by evening.
Accommodation as mentioned above, inclusive of all taxes
Meal Plan: CP Plan (Breakfast Only) But in Sam Dunes AP Plan (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
A vehicle as per Itinerary (Dzire / Innova / Tempo Traveller)
One Time Jeep Safari in Sam Dunes Jaisalmer
Rajasthani Cultural Show and bonefire in Sam Dunes
Complimentry Evening Snacks at Sam Dunes
All Inner line Permits
Sightseeing as per Itinerary
Train or Airfare
Personal Expenses like Entry charges, Telephone, Fax, Internet, Laundry, etc.
Any Extra Meals.
Any extra excursions or sightseeing apart from the tour itinerary.
Boating and other activities
Any entry fees for the museum, park or anything else.
Room Heater Charges.
Anything which is not included in the inclusion.
Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
We shall not be responsible for any delays & alterations in the programme or expenses incurred – directly or indirectly – due to natural hazards, flight cancellations, weather, sickness, landslides, political closures (Strike, Hartal, Bandh) or any untoward incidents.
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Free Cancellation upto 60 days before the departure date. Land Package only, flights as per the operator's cancellation policy
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44 Days to 30 Days of Departure date. 25% of the total trip cost
29 Days to 15 Days of Departure date. 50% of the total trip cost.
15 Days to 8 Days of Departure date. 75% of the total trip cost.
7 Days to Trip Departure date. 100% of the total trip cost.
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Cancellations policy will differ during the peak season and popular places.
Things To Pack
Tshirt or Fleece
Extra pair of Socks
Rucksack (At least 40L)
Extra pair of Clothes
First Aid Kit
*Add extra thermal layers and sweater during the winter season
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