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OverviewThe incomparable, intoxicating and inimitable country of India is known the world over for its rich cultural heritage. The land of the saintly sages and the royal rulers boasts of colorful customs and timeless traditions. The people carry on with the legacy of their own lands and the beautiful built buildings act as the evidence of the elegant architecture we have inherited. The Rich Heritage Tour of Rajasthan is a tour to the magical land of Rajasthan that is famous for its rich culture, festivities and historical sites. The lively Rajasthan tour presents you with a variety of palaces, forts desert safari in the charming Sam sand dunes. The tour to Rajasthan is sure to be a lifetime experience for anyone as it is a vibrant combination of natural beauty, old culture and chivalry.

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  • Keep your adrenaline charged with a tiger spotting adventure among the lakes and crags of Ranthambhore National Park
  • Ballooning over Jaipur while the sun rises is an unforgettable experience
  • The hills and shimmering lakes of Udaipur make it India’s capital of romance
  • A trip to India wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Taj Mahal a masterpiece of Indian architecture
  • Enjoy a variety of accommodation – from a fortified mansion to camping under the stars


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Day 1: Delhi

Be received by our representative at the Delhi Airport, upon arrival. Then, be driven to your hotel. Go for a guided tour of the city post breakfast. Visit the Red Fort, synonymous with India’s Independence Day, the Prime Minister addresses the nation from its ramparts every 15th of August. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (1592-1666) between 1638 and 1648. Also see Jama Masjid, one of India’s largest mosques, opposite the “Lal Qila”. (Another name for the Red Fort.) Then, go to Qutub Minar, the second-tallest minar in India, the construction of which was started by Qutbu I-Din Aibak, the Turkic King. The park around Raj Ghat, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of The Nation, would give an immense sense of peace. So would the park around India Gate, the war memorial to 82,000 soldiers! The Mughal Gardens at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, featuring a large variety of colourful flowers would leave you mesmerised. Also visit the Lotus Temple, the Baha’i House of Worship, that has won numerous architectural awards. Finally, visit Birla Mandir. Enjoy folk and tribal dance performances at the Parsi Anjuman hall.

Day 2: Delhi-Mandawa

Leave for Mandawa, a town in Rajasthan, known for its 18th-century fort. The Mandawa Fort was built as per a medieval theme by Nawal Singh, the first direct descendant of the Shekhawati rulers. Check into the hotel. Our guide would take you to Shekhawati, the historical region known for its colourful and awe-inspiring havelis from the 18th and 19th centuries. It is referred to as the “Open Art Gallery of Rajasthan”. Later, you can go shopping and buy handicrafts as souvenirs. Return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 3: Mandawa-Bikaner

Having witnessed the beauty of Mandawa, proceed to Bikaner. Visit the Karni Mata Temple, dedicated to Karni Mata, the incarnation of Goddess Durga. The temple is home to approximately 20,000 rats that are revered. Move to the National Research Centre on Camel, the largest camel farm in Asia! Take a trip back in history by visiting the massive 20th century Junagarh Fort. Also visit the Lalgarh Palace and Museum. The palace has been built as per Rajput, Mughal and European styles of architecture. It was built by Sir Ganga Singh, the Maharaja of Bikaner. The museum contains several articles of the royal family. Your evening would be free for shopping. You can shop at the King Edward Memorial (KEM) Road. Local sweets and snacks are worth a try! Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 4: Bikaner-Khichan-Jaisalmer

In the morning, leave for Jaisalmer, also called “The Golden City”. It is situated in the Thar desert. On your way, visit Khichan. This village has achieved international recognition for hosting over 20,000 cranes from August to March every year! Check into the hotel upon reaching Jaisalmer. Then, go to witness a beautiful sunset at Bada Bagh, a garden complex that has even been featured in Bollywood movies! Stay overnight at the hotel

Day 5: Jaisalmer

After a delicious start to the day, visit the very artistic Jain Temples. The architecture, specially the detailing would leave you speechless! They are a part of the Jaisalmer Fort, which was constructed in 1156 AD by Rawal Jaisal, the founder of Jaisalmer. The museum in the fort houses a throne made of silver! It also has weapons, currency notes and stamps that were used in the bygone era. Patwaon-Ki-Haveli, the first haveli erected in Jaisalmer, is another place that you cannot miss! Unwind yourself at the Gadsisar Sagar Lake, it is a beautiful rainwater lake, surrounded by small temples.You would be moving to Khuri village next. Have a camel ride during sunset to fully soak yourself in the desert culture. In the evening, treat yourself to a musical performance by local musicians. In the night, sleep in a desert camp/ swiss tent!

Day 6: Jaisalmer (Khuri) -Pokhran-Jodhpur

Post breakfast in the desert camp, leave for Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan. On your way, visit the Pokhran Fort, a 14th century citadel, standing in the mighty Thar desert. Check into the hotel upon reaching Jodhpur. Freshen-up and go for a guided tour starting with the Mandore Gardens. The gardens house cenotaphs of several Jodhpur rulers, that depict pride and honour. There’s a collection of temples here, with the architecture being beautiful. A temple is dedicated to 33 thousand gods! Move to the Umaid Bhawan Palace, which, with 347 rooms is one of the largest private residences in the world! Continue to enchant yourself as you next visit the Mehrangarh Fort, which is one of the largest forts in India. Also visit Jaswant Thada, a memorial built out of very thin but intricately carved sheets of marble! Spend your evening shopping. Visit the Spice Market and be amazed at the large variety of spices used in Indian cooking! Sadar Market is good for picking up souvenirs be it colourful bangles, or a more elaborate sari with tie-and-dye work. Return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 7: Jodhpur-Ranakpur

Post a tasty start to the day, proceed to Ranakpur, a village known for its 15th century marble Jain Temple. On your way, stop by to be fascinated by Bishnoi village culture. The Bishnois are a sect of Hinduism, found in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, known for loving the environment particularly plants and animals.Check into the hotel upon reaching Ranakpur. Proceed to visit the Chaumukha Temple, dedicated to Adinatha, the first Tirthankara. The details in the carving would leave you speechless! After that, move to the Surya Narayan Temple, a 13th century Sun Temple, where the idol of Surya is seen riding his chariot. After more sightseeing, you would be taken to enjoy the sunset view at a lake. Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 8: Ranakpur-Kumbhalgarh-Udaipur

Have your breakfast in the morning and stop over at Kumbhalgarh Fort on your way to Udaipur. It has the second largest wall in the world, the first being the Great Wall of China. It is known to be the birthplace of the brave Maharana Pratap, the brave ruler of Mewar. Check into the hotel upon arrival at Udaipur, the “Venice of the East”. Then, proceed to the 18th century Bagore-ki-Haveli, a palace with 138 rooms! Enjoy a puppet show theater, native to Rajasthan. They tell stories and are very entertaining! Also watch a traditional dance performance, soaking yourself in the music and melody of Rajasthan. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 9: Udaipur

After a delicious breakfast, leave for a full day of sightseeing in Udaipur. Visit the City Palace, a palace complex that was built over a period of 400 years! The museum displays portraits of rulers & paintings, interesting miniatures, and so on. Discover your spiritual side by paying a visit to the 1651-constructed Jagdish Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, depicted as Jagannath, the Lord of the Universe. Move to the beautiful garden of Saheliyon-ki-Bari, famous for its marble elephants, beautiful lotus pools and fountains. Also go to the Monsoon Palace, also called Sajjangarh, named so after Maharana Sajjan Singh. It is a hilltop palatial residence constructed of white marble. Treat the shopaholic in you by visiting Bapu Bazzar known for beautiful garments, colourful bangles, silver jewellery, streetfood and so on. As sunset approaches, go for a cruise in Lake Pichola. Jag Mandir Palace, situated in the lake, has an impressive architecture and provides a great view of the lake. Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 10: Udaipur-Chittorgarh-Pushkar

Proceed to Pushkar, one of the four sacred dhams for Hindus, post breakfast. On your way, stop by the Chittorgarh Fort, the largest fort in India, area-wise! It was established in 734 AD by Bappa Rawal, a Sisodia ruler. Check into the hotel upon arrival in Pushkar. Then, visit the colourful Brahma’s Temple, dedicated to the God of creation. The temple is close to Pushkar Lake. Legend has that the lake emerged where petals of a lotus, used by Brahma to slay a demon, fell upon the ground. Shop at the local markets. If you happen to be visiting the city in October or November, you would be lucky to attend the annual Camel Fair. Visit the Pushkar Lake towards sunset, its numerous ghats, and few of the over 500 temples surrounding it! Relish the sunset view, return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 11: Pushkar-Ajmer-Jaipur

Be taken to Jaipur via Ajmer after breakfast. It has the shrine of the Sufi Saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. Upon arrival in Jaipur, check into the hotel. Walk through the market and admire the beauty of the “Pink City”. Return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 12: Jaipur

Post breakfast, visit the popular tourist attraction, the Amer/ Amber Fort, constructed in the year 1592, by the Rajput king, Raja Man Singh I. (1550 – 1614) Have an elephant ride there. After lunch, go to Hawa Mahal, the breezy honeycomb-like palace, with 953 windows, resembling Krishna’s crown, the Hindu God. Also visit the Jantar Mantar, the astronomical observatory built by Sawai Jai Singh, the Rajput King. Then, go to the City Palace Museum, dedicated to Raja Sawai Man Singh II. (1912-1970) Walk through the Pink City and be fascinated by the traditional dressing style of the locals. In the night, have an authentic Rajasthani thali meal with unlimited servings! Return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 13: Jaipur-Ranthambore National Park

After breakfast in the morning, leave for Ranthambore National Park, known for its tigers, leopards, hyenas and wild boars. Enroute, visit Galta Ji, also known as the “Monkey Temple”, due to the large number of monkeys that live there. Check into the hotel upon arrival. After lunch, go for a jungle safari in a jeep or a canter. Return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 14: Ranthambore National Park

Spotting a tiger is everyone’s dream when they visit the national park. It has 22 tigers as of today. Leave for tiger tracking & bird watching in a jeep or canter post a delicious breakfast. The abundant water bodies of Ranthambore are the best places to spot some of the 272 documented bird species. Bird species include the greylag goose, Indian grey hornbill, common kingfisher and woodpeckers. Go for another safari in the vehicle of your choice after lunch. Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 15: Ranthambore National Park-Bharatpur-Fatehpur Sikri-Agra

Start for Keoladeo National Park in the morning, inhabited by over 230 species of birds. Then, proceed to Fatehpur Sikri, the city founded by the Mughal Emperor, Akbar (1569-1627), in the honour of the Sufi saint, Salim Chishti. (1478-1572) Move to Agra, and check into the hotel. Have dinner and stay overnight.

Day 16: Agra-Gwalior-Orchha

Early in the morning proceed to the most visited monument in India, the Taj Mahal! This marvellous white marble-mausoleum, decorated with multicoloured flowers and vines (of gemstones), topped with a 15-foot high bronze finial, is one of the wonders of the world. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (1592-1666), in the memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal (1593-1631), who died while giving birth to their daughter, Gauharara Begum. (1631-1706) You would be taken for a lovely breakfast next. Having treated your tastebuds, resume the sightseeing tour and visit the red, glorious Agra Fort first. Then, move to the Tomb of I’timd-ud-Daulah, sometimes referred to as “Baby Taj”, since it is thought to have inspired the Taj Mahal. Finally, proceed to Orchha, a town of tourist interest in Madhya Pradesh. On your way, visit Gwalior, nicknamed the Tourist Capital of Madhya Pradesh. Travellers visiting Gwalior never miss to see the 8th-century Gwalior Fort, first mentioned in a 525 AD record! Jai Vilas Palace Museum is a part of the Jai Vilas Palace, that has European architecture. Visitors often refer to the museum as a dream come true! Visit more monuments and resume your journey to Orchha. Check into the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 17: Orchha-Khajuraho

After a delicious breakfast, leave for sightseeing in Orchha. You can’t miss Jahangir Mahal, the citadel and garrison that was built by Vir Singh Deo for welcoming Jahangir, the Mughal Emperor. Move to Raja Mahal, a grand, old palace built by Raja Rudra Pratap and his son, Bharti Chand. Experience the magnificence of Indian temples as you go to Ram Raja Temple, the only temple in India where Lord Ram is worshipped as a king. Continue to discover your spiritual side as you visit the Chaturbhuj Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Legend has it that was constructed after Rani Ganeshkuwari was visited in a dream by Lord Ram. Then, there is Lakshminarayan Temple, dedicated to Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. Your visit to Orchha would be incomplete unless you have seen the impressive Chhatris Cenotaphs. After sightseeing, leave for Khajuraho. Check-in and stay overnight.

Day 18: Khajuraho

Post breakfast in the hotel, proceed for a day of sightseeing. Khajuraho is known for its Hindu and Jain temples. A portion of the art work is erotic. Spend your evening leisurely. Return to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 19: Khajuraho-Varanasi

Leave for Varanasi, the “spiritual Capital of India” after breakfast. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. Then, go shopping in the local markets and visit the ghats. Spend your evening leisurely. Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 20: Varanasi

You would be taken to the banks of Ganges River early in the morning. You would be taken for a boat ride, starting at the Dasaswamedh Ghat. It is the main ghat. The ride would end at Manikarnika Ghat, known as a place of creation. Visit one of the most famous temples in India, the Kashi Vishwanath Temple. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the main deities of Hinduism. The Gyanvapi Mosque is attached to it. Go to the Banaras Hindu University. The largest residential university in India, and one of the largest in Asia, it has over 20,000 students! Return to the hotel for breakfast. Visit Sarnath, the sacred site for worldwide Buddhists. Gautam Buddha first taught the Dharma here, which means the cosmic law. The Sarnath Museum has around 7,000 artifacts and sculptures!

Day 21: Varanasi-Delhi

Your journey to Delhi is going to be a long one. will provide you a overnight train from Varanasi to Delhi or Flight from varanasi to delhi, (its depend on your choice and what you paid for). Upon arrival pick you from Train station or Airport in Delhi and drive to Hotel, check into the hotel. Stay overnight.

Day 22: Delhi

Post an energetic start by having breakfast, be dropped at the airport/ railway station/ your hotel. We would leave you with memories that would last a lifetime!


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Not Included

Hotels with breakfast
Entrance Fee for Monuments
Aircondition car with unlimited km according to itinerary
Your Accommodation
English speaking well behave experienced ,professional ,reliable ,informative & safe tourist driver
Your PERSONAL EXPENSES like Water , Drink , Laundry , Meal etc
All kind of Tax & Toll Tax , State & city entrance fee , Government & Tourist tax
Your Boat ride tour , Jungle Safari,Camel package tour , Elephant ride , Bicycle Ricksawa ride etc
Driver Salary , Driver Services Charge , Driver Meal & Driver Accommodation
Driver TIP it is depend on your Satisfaction as you like
Car Parking , Car Fuel ( Gasoline ) , Car & Driver regular expenses
Tourist and Driver Insurance included with Car Insurance
Your Arrival , Departure and city excursion tour with unlimited KM according to tour Itinerary,
Complimentary Tourist Guide services for monuments for Agra & Jaipur



For our Budget accommodation we have selected a nice range of small hotels and guesthouses. Charming and very authentic guesthouses that will suit travellers with a limited budget traveling through Rajasthan and India……..More Info


For our clients choosing our Comfort range of accommodation, you will be hosted in upper class hotels and Havelis (ancient Rajasthan mansions). We have selected some of the best places in India to make sure your stay is an amazing experience. This selection is the result of several years of touring our guests through Rajasthan and India, with their car and indian driver. We continuously collect the feedback from our guests about their experience in India at our hotels, and look to improve our range……..More Info


We have selected the best accommodation throughout India so you can indulge yourself during your stay with us. Our selection tends to get away from the international hotel chains, and offers you real hidden gems in Rajasthan and India. Many of them are former indian Palaces that have been renovated and rehabilitated into luxury properties………More Info

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