Exotic Rajasthan Tour
Experience the royalness and richness in the air of Rajasthan
Summary of Exotic Rajasthan Tour
- Duration: 10 Days & 09 Nights
- Major Attractions: Shekhawati Havelis, Rural culture, Bishnoi Villages, Bundi Paintings, Step Wells and local markets.
- Destination Covered: Delhi, Shekhawati, Nagaur, Narlai, Bundi, Pushkar, Jaipur
Highlights of Exotic Rajasthan Tour
Rajasthan is a land filled with cultures, traditions and music. The best attraction of the state is its colorful, warm, hospitable and smiling people. In its western side, there is golden desert of Thar full of ancient temples, palaces, forts and sand dunes. On another side, the lakes, mountains and step wells fascinates us. Moreover, the wildlife of Ranthambhore especially the tiger awaits in the jungle, so as the birds of Bharatpur.
The other-side of the state - the fresco on the grand Havelis of Shekhawati tell the grandeur of bygone era. And Jaipur – the jewel of Rajasthan has preserved everything from the history be it enormous Amber Fort or ornamental Wind Palace. Each grain of sand here sings the popular song “Welcome to my land, Beloved.”
Exotic Rajasthan Tour Itinerary
- Day 01 – Arrival in Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport, you will be received and would be further transferred to your hotel.
- Day 02 – Delhi-Shekhawati
Enter into the land of frescos – Shekhawati known as biggest open art gallery. Visit various mansions called Havelis here to appreciate the captivating murals.
- Day 03 – Shekhawati-Nagaur
Drive further to Nagaur and check in to the hotel. After lunch, visit Nagaur Fort also known as Ahhichatragarh. Later, walk through the narrow lanes of the market.
- Day 04 – Nagaur-Rohet
In morning drive to Rohet and enjoy the famed hospitality of the royal family at the fort. In the afternoon visit the Bishnoi villages – an environmentalist community and also various wild animals.
- Day 05 – Rohet-Narlai
Have breakfast and leave for rustic town of Narlai nestled in Aravali hills. Walk through the streets of the village exploring the daily life of locals. The people here are always smiling and wear colorful attires.
- Day 06 – Narlai-Bundi
Drive to pristine land of Bundi. In Bundi, visit picturesque Bundi Fort located on hillock. There are astonishing paintings inside the fort, which make it lively. Later, walk through the vibrant bazars to closely feel the lifestyle of Rajasthan.
- Day 07 – Bundi-Pushkar
Leave towards Pushkar – popular for its spectacular cattle fair. Visit Brahma temple and Pushkar Lake. Walking through the historical markets of the town is real treat for travelers.
- Day 08 – Pushkar-Jaipur
Depart to Pink City Jaipur – the capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur has very colorful markets, warm and hospitable people and stunning forts. Relax at the hotel upon arrival.
- Day 09 – Jaipur
Today visit superb Amber Fort climbing its heights on the elephant back, an architectural delight Hawa Mahal (the wind palace); experience the astrology at Jantar Mantar (the observatory), the royal City Palace & its museum.
- Day 10 – Jaipur-Delhi
At appropriate time, you will be transferred to Delhi international airport to embark the flight back to the onward destination. The tour ends.
HTOI Special Activities
- Rickshaw Ride in Pink City
To explore and feel the colorful traditional bazars of Pink City, nothing is better then riding a cycle rickshaw. In half an hour ride; you will see everything being sold in the markets starting from the vegetable to the most expensive diamonds. There are separate markets in the old city for books, jewelry, groceries and many more. Everything is pink and vibrant here be it a Shiva temple or historical Jama Mosque.
- Elephant Ride at Amber Fort
Riding the elephant to ascend the heights of historical Amber Fort will make you feel like Maharaja, as you will take the same route, which the royals used to take to enter the palace centuries ago.
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Information & FAQs
Is VISA required to visit Rajasthan?
Rajasthan is part of India and to visit you need valid Indian VISA. You can apply VISA on arrival online or contact Indian Embassy in your respective country.
Weather in Rajasthan?
The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to March and the weather is pleasant during this period. However, in December and January the mornings and evenings are bit chilly and you are advised to bring light woolen cloths.
What kind of vaccinations is required?
You don’t have to bring any special medicine for Rajasthan other than one prescribed by you doctor. You may bring some mosquito repellant creams.