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DAY 1 – Delhi Railway Station / Airport – Agra Sightseeing (216 Km / 5 hrs)

DAY 2 – Agra – Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri (245 Km / 4 hrs)

DAY 3 – Jaipur City Tour

DAY 4 – Jaipur – Bikaner (330 Km / 6 hrs)

DAY 5 – Bikaner Half day Sightseeing – Jaisalmer (333 Km / 6 hrs)

DAY 6 – Jaisalmer Local Sightseeing

DAY 7 – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur (285 Km / 5 hrs)

DAY 8 – Jodhpur Half day Sightseeing – Udaipur (260 Km / 5 hrs)

DAY 9 – Udaipur Local Sightseeing

DAY 10 – Hotel – Udaipur Railway Station / Airport

09 Nights /10 Days
  • Include
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees
    Personal Guide
    Airport Transfers
  • Not Included
    5 Star Accommodation


    • DAY 1 - Delhi Railway Station / Airport – Agra Sightseeing (216 Km / 5 hrs)

      After being greeted by Gaurang Edutours and travelling. You will be taken to the picturesque and historical city of Agra. En route, stop by Sikandra, the Emperor Akbar's mausoleum. When you arrive in Agra, check into your hotel. After a short break, go see the world-famous Taj Mahal, which was built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a priceless gift of love for his devoted wife Mumtaz. You can also go to the sweatshops where marble tile is made to see how the locals make amazing marble crafts. Agra hotel stay for the night.

      DAY 2 - Agra – Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri (245 Km / 4 hrs)

      Check out of the hotel and be driven to Agra after breakfast. Visit Fatehpur Sikri on the way there, where the legends of Akbar and his famous courtiers, the nine jewels or Navaratnas, are said to have originated. It is also home to one of India's best preserved collections of Indian Mughal architecture. This settlement is made up of several royal palaces, a harem, courts, a mosque, residences, and other utilitarian buildings. The citadel of Fatehpur Sikri is surrounded by walls on three sides and is flanked by a lake on the fourth. Fatehpur Sikri is situated on a rocky ridge and is 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) long and 1 km (0.62 mi) wide. It was built according to Indian ideas by architects Tuhir Das and Dhruv Chawla. The structures of Fatehpur Sikri are a synthesis of different regional architectural styles, such as Bengali and Gujarati. This was due to the fact that the buildings were made by native craftsmen. Islamic rudiments coexist with influences from Hindu and Jain architecture. The red sandstone from a nearby quarry known as "Sikri sandstone" is the building material utilised in all the structures of the palace-city complex known as Fatehpur Sikri. The five miles (8.0 km) long fort wall has eight gates that allow access: the Delhi Gate, the Lal Gate, the Agra Gate, the Birbal's Gate, the Chandanpal Gate, the Gwalior Gate, the Tehra Gate, the Chor Gate, and the Ajmere Gate. Later, carry on driving to Jaipur. Check in at your hotel as soon as you arrive in Jaipur. Jaipur hotel stay for the night.

      DAY 3 - Jaipur City Tour

      After breakfast, travel to Jaipur for in-and-around sightseeing to learn more about this flamboyant affirmation of India and its alluring historical town. Visits to the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, and Amber Fort will be made here. The enormous City multifaceted occupies nearly one-seventh of the "Pink City" and is an impressive fusion of traditional Rajput and Mughal architecture. A group of motorbikes are irritated by the leisurely camel safaris, the unhurried cycle rickshaws, and the everywhere active auto rickshaws looking for easy prey. The splendour of Jaipur's royal past is islands of relative calm that stir up a different lick and another world in the midst of this chaos. Sawai Jai Singh II constructed Jantar Mantar, a collection of extravagant appliances. The Jaipur observatory is one of the most prominent and well-maintained of the five facilities that Sawai Jai, who also built the Jantar Mantra, erected at various locations. This is described as "an appearance having the extravagant ability and astral notion of the court, learned prince at the end of the Mughal period" and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hawa Mahal, also known as the "Palace of Winds," is one of Jaipur's most well-known tourist attractions. The charming red-sandstone citadel, located in the centre of the city, was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the 17th century. The 953 tiny windows, known as jharokhas, which are decorated with intricate latticework, were installed in the palace to give the regal women a right to observe daily life. Amber, located 11 kilometres from Jaipur and built by the Kachwahas of Amber, is another charming palace. The enormous fort palace with many faces was given the name of the goddess Amba. Their craggy, sinister exteriors stand in stark contrast to the beautiful synthesis of art and structure that emanates from within. You can take a stroll to the old Jaipur markets in the afternoon to experience their maze of paths and explosion of colour and chaos. The tiny shops there are packed with a variety of items, including brocades, gold-overstated saris and sparkling saris, jewellery and trinkets, cologne, traditional camel-leather shoes and glass bangles, miniature paintings, and puppets, as well as shops selling paraphernalia, ironware, brassware, and house goods. The people who enjoy shopping will benefit from this possibility. Jaipur hotel stay for the night.

      DAY 4 - Jaipur – Bikaner (330 Km / 6 hrs)

      Welcome to other cities of Rajasthan, Bikaner is also delimited by the elevated crannied-wall and enormous convoy trade ways. This city has preserved its mediaeval experiences and customary lifestyles. One can enjoy numerous forts within it. Overnight stay at a hotel in Bikaner. After breakfast, check out of the hotel and be driven to Bikaner, a ghost town that was founded in the 15th century by Rao Bikaji, a descendant of the man who founded Jodhpur. Visit Asia's largest camel breeding farm on route to see a variety of camel breeds. In Bikaner, check into your accommodation as soon as possible. Similar to other cities in Rajasthan, Bikaner is bordered by a tall craggy wall and wide trade routes. The customs and experiences of the Middle Ages have been preserved in this city. There are various forts to admire there. spending the night in a hotel in Bikaner.

      DAY 5 - Bikaner Half day Sightseeing – Jaisalmer (333 Km / 6 hrs)

      After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Junagarh Fort in Bikaner, where you can view Anup Mahal, Gaj Mandir, Sheesh Mahal, and the Prachina Museum, as well as Lalgarh Palace, for a half-day of local sightseeing. Get driven to Jaisalmer, the centre of the Thar Desert, later in the day. In Jaisalmer, check into your accommodation as soon as possible.Jaisalmer, which was established in the 12th century, was one of the prosperous areas of the mediaeval era, with trade lines running through it from India to Arabia, Persia, Egypt, and Europe. Many previous menarches and flush merchants built a distinctive and magnificent home out of sandstone in this arid wilderness. This home has withstood the battering storms of the desert over time. Jaisalmer hotel overnight stay.

      DAY 6 - Jaisalmer Local Sightseeing

      Proceed to Jaisalmer's in-and-around sightseeing after breakfast to see the city's well-known fort, havelis, and temples. One of the biggest fortifications in the world, the "golden fort" is perched on a ridge of yellowish sandstone. The fort, which is situated on Trikuta Hill in the middle of the vast Thar Desert, has witnessed many battles. The fort is hidden by its enormous yellow sandstone walls, which are a tawny lion colour during the day and fade to honey-gold as dusk falls. The Rawal family built temples and havelis inside the fort, as well as a seven-story citadel with a delicately patterned terrace. Golden City, also known as the "Museum City," is home to some magnificent havelis, such as the Salim Singh-ki-Haveli, Nathmalji-ki-Haveli, and Patwon-ki-Haveli.A trip to Rajasthan's golden metropolis isn't complete without taking in the picturesque sand dunes that are located outside of the city. You'll be taken there in a jeep and given the chance to take a brief camel ride. You will be taken to view the mysteriously deserted settlement of Kuldhara on route to the dunes. The Paliwal Brahmins lived in Kuldhara for seven centuries; it was one of the 84 villages where they once thrived. According to legend, the all-powerful prime minister of the king of Jaisalmer preyed upon the lovely daughter of the local chief in the early 19th century. The local residents were given the choice of turning over the girl to the minister or putting up with his abuse and threats. The people packed up everything they owned and fled their homes, leaving a curse that anyone who attempted to live there would die; the community has been deserted ever since. Jaisalmer hotel overnight stay.

      DAY 7 - Jaisalmer – Jodhpur (285 Km / 5 hrs)

      After breakfast, check out of the hotel and be transported to the Rajasthani city known as the "sun city" because of its year-round appeal. Upon arriving in Jodhpur, check into your accommodation and spend the evening at your leisure. Jodhpur, which was established in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a Rajput chief of the Rathore clan, was once the Marwar state's capital and a hub for the trade of opium, copper, silk, sandals, date palms, and coffee.The region has grown to become the second-largest city in Rajasthan, but it has preserved its rich archaeological heritage. Jodhpur hotel stay for the night

      DAY 8 - Jodhpur Half day Sightseeing – Udaipur (260 Km / 5 hrs)

      Check out of the hotel after breakfast and head out for a half-day of sightseeing, stopping at the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort, and Jaswant Thada. Drive on to Udaipur after your visit. Upon arriving in Udaipur, check into your accommodation. The following evening is open for you to spend alone exploring the city. Stay the night at a Mount Abu hotel.

      DAY 9 - Udaipur Local Sightseeing

      After breakfast, head off to explore Udaipur. Stop by the magnificent City Palace, which is made up of four large and several subsidiary palaces that the Mewar kings built. Each fortress is wonderfully incorporated into the mediaeval design. Continue travelling and head toward the multifarious Jagdish Mandir temple, which is located near the city palace's main gate. The shrine was built in 1651 and dedicated to Jagannath, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu (the black granite icon preserved within). After lunch, take a stroll around the Saheliyon-ki-Bari garden, which was created in the 18th century by Sangram Singh. The garden also features lotus ponds, a granite pavilion, and cascades in the shape of elephants, which are features of the Fateh Sagar Lake.You can take a yacht tour on the lovely Lake Pichola later in the day. The two islands—Jag Niwas Island and Jag Mandir Island—can be seen from the boat. Maharana Jagat Singh II built the renowned lake palace known as Jag Niwas Island in 1754. Currently, this palace serves as a cosy heritage hotel with patios, gardens, and grounds. Rumor has it that after staying at this location, Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan took some of the ideas for the Taj Mahal from Jag Mandir. From this palace, you can see the breathtaking sunset. Hotel in Udaipur overnight stay.

      DAY 10 - Hotel – Udaipur Railway Station / Airport

      Check out of the hotel after breakfast, then be driven to the airport or train station in Udaipur for your next destination.
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  • Welcome drink on arrival.
  • Parking and Toll tax.
  • Meet & greet on arrival.
  • 06 Breakfasts & 06 Dinners
  • Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure.
  • Driver's allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges.
  • Sightseeing by private car.
  • All hotel and transport taxes & Driver Allowances.
  • All transfers and sightseeing by personal car.
  • 06 Nights Accommodation on double sharing basis.


  • Camera fee.
  • Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages.
  • Travel insurance.
  • 5% GST.
  • Any Airfare / Train fare.
  • Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, and vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
  • Tips, laundry & phone call.
  • Entrance fees to monuments and museum.
  • All personal expenses.

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