Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
Reach the capital of India, Delhi, here
you will get warm traditional Indian
greetings and will be guided to the
Day 02 : New Delhi Sightseeing
After the relaxed and leisurely morning,
leave for a tour of the royal city New
Delhi. En route pass through the Raisina
Hill to sight the President House,
Parliament House past the magnificent
India Gate, visit Quatab Minar,
Humanyu’s tomb, Birla temple and the
Lotus temple. In the evening visit the
Red Fort to see the “Son et Lumire” show
that is interplay of vibrant lights with
the sound tracing the olden times of
memorial till date.
Day 03 : Old Delhi Sightseeing /
Mandawa (259 kms)
Explore Old Delhi by visiting Red
Fort, which is the most wealthy bastion
and fort of a Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan
and also stopover Jama Masjid which is
the India’s largest mosque. Memorial
place of Mahatma Gandhi “Raj Ghat” is
also a must see place. Afterwards drive
towards Mandawa which is the triangular
region between Delhi, Bikaner and Jaipur
which further includes Sikar, Churu and
Jhunjhuniun districts of Rajasthan.
Day 04 ; Mandawa Sightseeing / Bikaner
This morning see the Mandawa-Shekhwati.
The semi desert district of Shekhwati is
commonly called as Rajasthan’s open air
art gallery. Shekhwati is totally a
unique district, as there is no other
place in the entire world where there
are hundreds of temples, haveli’s,
wells, cenotaphs and forts. Also,
stopover visit the haveli’s in Mandawa
remarkably the Ladia Havelis and the
Chokhani Saraf where the terrace offers
a panoramic view of the entire town.
Watch the astonishing frescoes on the
walls of the homes and also the medieval
paintings of Shekhawati. In the
afternoon drive to Bikaner.
Day 05 ; Bikaner Sightseeing /
Jaisalmer (333 Kms)
In the early morning make a tour of the
Bikaner City and visit the stunning
fort, the Junagarh Fort, which was built
in 1611 AD. The other palaces which are
a must visit include Karan Mahal, Anup
Mahal, and also the Bijai Phool Mahal.
Afterwards move towards Jaisalmer which
is the ancient bastion on the Caravan
way linking India with Arabia, Persia
and the Mediterranean.
Day 06 ; Jaisalmer Sightseeing / Desert
Today embark a half day tour of the
forts of Jaisalmer. Later visit the
Gadisar Tank and also the huge houses
better called as havelis, some of them
are the Premediaval Patwon Ki Haveli,
Nathamal Ki Haveli, and Salim Shah
Haveli with intricately carved screens
on the front walls and the customary
Desert Camel Safari:
In the afternoon take a Desert Camel
Safari for the Sam Sand Dunes on the
corners of the Desert National Park
which is situated in the middle of the
Thar Desert. This kind of camp certainly
re-erects the magical feeling of the
traditional Medieval Desert Camp out on
the trade route. Furthermore, the camp
facilitates all kind of comforts and
accommodations which consists of Swiss
Cottage Type Tents with affixed
bathrooms with both the cold and the hot
water. After taking the camel ride in
the Thar Desert, the visitors can spend
a relaxed evening around the campfore,
taking pleasure in the dance and musical
performances by the Langha, the tribe of
the professional singers.
Day 07 ; Depart Jodhpur & Sightseeing
Have the breakfast at the camp and leave
for Jodhpur, the Great Indian Desert,
located on the sand stone hills bounded
by a tough wall which is about 6 miles
long with 7 entrance gates. In the
afternoon also visit the Meherangarh
Fort, alter drive to the old city and
also the Clock Tower close to the
largest spice market in sub continent.
Visit to Jaswant Thada Cenotaph, which
is the royal burial site and worthseeing.
Then precede to experience the most
momentous modern 20th century Fort, the
Umaid Bhavan and also its museums making
it undoubtedly a treasure trove.
Day 08 ; Udaipur Sightseeing
Today visiting the attractions of
Udaipur including the City Palace, and
also visit the Sahelion-ki-bari, Fateh
Sagar Lake, Pratap Smarak (a memorial to
the legendary warrior Bhartiya Lok
Mandal, Rana pratap museum).
Day 09 ; Udaipur / Kota (270 kms)
Today morning travel to Kota which has
an interesting combination of the New
and the Old Rajasthan and also called as
the industrial capital of Rajasthan. The
fort is the main tourist attraction
apart the might Chambal River. In the
afternoon visit the museums and various
elaborately painted chambers of Kota.
Furthermore, The Ghazi Gate in Kota is
also worth visiting as it is popular for
its terrific mirror work, ivory inlaid
doors and ebony.
Day 10 ; Kota / Ranthambore Game
Viewing (110 kms)
This day takes a lifetime experience by
taking a one hour Mountain Air’s
fantastic Magic Mountain Flight of the
impressive Himalayas to watch Mt.
Everest. In the afternoon visit the
gorgeous town of Pashupatinath,
Bhaktapur and Bodhnat. Also, visit Patan
which is the second largest city in the
valley. Last, but not the least, before
coming back to hotel stop at the Tibetan
Refugee Craft Centre.
Day 11 ; Ranthambore / Jaipur (175 kms)
Drive to Jaipur which is called as the
Pink City and also is the capital of
Rajasthan. At the time of traveling
visit the 17th century Palace of Amber.
Way up to the Palace on Gaily
Caparisoned Elephant to various forts
with rooms and wonderful beauty which
includes the world’s excellent chambers
of mirrors and the Kali temple. Later in
the afternoon stopover the Maharaja’s
City Palace, where one can experience
imposing blend of customary Mughal Art
and Rajasthan. Also, Jantar Mantar-an
accurate observatory, Birla White Marble
temple and the Hawa Mahal- the palace of
winds (a five storied structure with a
magnificent pyramidal façade, hanging
windows with latticed displays, spires
and domes) are worth visiting.
Day 12 ; Jaipur / Fatehpur Sikri / Agra
Drive Agra all the way through the
countryside where you can experience
village women clothed in the luminously
highlighted saris of the region.
Additionally, you can experience camels
and rural scenes. Furthermore, while
traveling visit Fateh Pur Sikri, the
ghost city which was built by Akbar the
great in 1569. However, currently it is
deserted which is left in isolation to
muse over its past glory. Also,
experience one of the seven wonders of
the world Taj Mahal which is called as
the monument of love.
Day 13 ; Agra / Delhi (204 kms) /
Today visit the Agra fort of 16th
century and also Itmad-ud-Daulah which
was constructed by the Empress Noor
Jahan in the remembrance of her father.
Afterwards leave for Delhi, arrive Delhi
and move to the international airport to
take the flight for other destinations.