DAY 1 – Delhi Arrival DAY 2 – Delhi City Tour DAY 3 – Delhi – Agra (200 Kms / 04 hrs) DAY 4 – Agra – Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri (245 Km / 4 hrs) DAY 5 – Jaipur City Tour DAY 6 – Jaipur – Jodhpur (336 Km / 6 hrs) DAY 7 – Jodhpur City Tour DAY 8 – Jodhpur – Udaipur via Ranakpur (260 Km / 5 ½ hrs) DAY 9 – Udaipur Local Sightseeing DAY 10 – Hotel – Udaipur Railway Station / Airport
DAY 1 – Delhi Arrival
DAY 2 – Delhi City Tour
DAY 3 – Delhi – Agra (200 Kms / 04 hrs)
DAY 4 – Agra – Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri (245 Km / 4 hrs)
DAY 5 – Jaipur City Tour
DAY 6 – Jaipur – Jodhpur (336 Km / 6 hrs)
DAY 7 – Jodhpur City Tour
DAY 8 – Jodhpur – Udaipur via Ranakpur (260 Km / 5 ½ hrs)
DAY 9 – Udaipur Local Sightseeing
DAY 10 – Hotel – Udaipur Railway Station / Airport
- IncludeDeparture TaxesEntry FeesPersonal GuideAirport TransfersBreakfast
- Not Included5 Star Accommodation
- Book Your Discover Rajasthan Tour Tickets with Gaurang Edutours and Travel and Witness the colorful sand dunes, enchanting forts, etc of Rajasthan
DAY 1 - Delhi ArrivalOn arrival at Delhi Railway Station / Airport you will be met, assisted & get driven to your hotel, on arrival check-in at your hotel. Today you are free to explore the environs on your own. Capital city of India, Delhi is one of the most populous cities where one can find every religion of people. The city is renowned for its rich historic past and was dotted with numerous lip-smacking street foods. Delhi has a lot to do from strolling jaunt to a bicycling tour. Overnight stay at a hotel in Delhi. You will be greeted by Gaurang Edutours and travel and drive to your hotel after arriving at Delhi's railway station or airport. Upon arrival check-in at your hotel. You are free to explore the surroundings on your own today. Delhi, the capital of India, is one of the most populated cities in the world and is home to people of every known religion. The city was known for its extensive historical past and was home to a wide variety of mouthwatering street cuisine. There is a lot to do in Delhi from a leisurely stroll to a bike excursion. Spend the night in a hotel in Delhi.
DAY 2 - Delhi City TourAfter breakfast proceed for local sightseeing of Delhi; visit the Jama Mosque at the old Delhi. While walking towards it you will be meeting numerous artisans who will be alluring you towards the centuries old arts and crafts. One the most large and shimmering mosque, Jama Masjid is sited at the old Delhi and capable of holding 25k devotees in its patio. Constructed in 1650, this was the final design profligacy of Shah Jahan, the Mughal monarch who built the city’s Red Fort and Agra’s Taj Mahal. Afternoon after lunch , explore New Delhi and visit places like Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Lodi gardens and drive past Lutyens’ Delhi. Erected in 1570, Humayun’s Tomb is Mughal architecture, which is delimited by the Charbagh garden (Persian style backyard) and is an example for ensuing Mughal design of royal mausoleums. This accomplishes its acme later with the construction of the Taj Mahal at Agra. Sited at the Mehrauli Archeological commons, the Qutub Minar multifaceted has copious chronological sites in it, most prominent will be ‘the Quwwatu’l-Islam’ (Valor of Islam) mosque having 7 meter – elevated iron pillar in its patio, while red and beige granite blocks of 72.5 meters (Qutub Minar) was within it giving a platform to it as a highest tower in India. Erected by Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker in the 19th century, New Delhi is a capital of India and a home to many historical sites, temples, parks and many more. With the heart of the city, one can observe the notable Rashtrapati Bhawan, previously familiar as the Viceroy’s House, located on the peak of Raisina mounts. These days this enormous citadel is used as the bureaucrat dwelling of the President. Overnight stay at a hotel in Delhi. After breakfast, travel across Delhi and stop by the Jama Mosque in the ancient city. Many artisans will greet you by our Gaurang Edutours and travel as you make your way there and draw you in with their centuries-old arts and crafts. Jama Masjid, one of the largest and most beautiful mosques is located in the old Delhi and has a patio that can accommodate up to 25 000 worshipers. This was the last design of Shah Jahan the Mughal emperor who also built the Taj Mahal in Agra and the Red Fort in the city and it was built in 1650. After lunch, spend the afternoon seeing New Delhi and stopping at sites including Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, Lodi Gardens, and Lutyens' Delhi. Humayun's Tomb, which was built in 1570 and is an example of Mughal architecture, is bounded by the Charbagh garden, a backyard designed in Persian style. The Taj Mahal's construction in Agra marks the culmination of this. The Qutub Minar, which is located at the Mehrauli Archeological Commons has a variety of historical sites within it. The most notable of these is "the Quwwatu'l-Islam" mosque, which has a 7-meter-tall iron pillar in its patio and the red and beige granite blocks that make up the Qutub Minar, which stands at 72.5 metres and serves as the tallest tower in India. India's capital, New Delhi was built by Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker in the 19th century and is home to numerous historical landmarks, temples, parks and other attractions. On the summit of the Raisina hills near the centre of the city is the illustrious Rashtrapati Bhawan, formerly known as the Viceroy's House. The President currently resides in this gigantic citadel as a bureaucrat. Spend the night in a hotel in Delhi.
DAY 3 - Delhi – Agra (200 Kms / 04 hrs)After breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Agra, on arrival check-in at your hotel. In an era perceptible by incursion and defences, power was represented by a grand citadel and fortress. The UNESCO World Heritage scheduled Agra Fort is one of these tombstones. This bastioned citadel presents an alarming manifestation with its gigantic red sandstone walls ranking over 20 metres in height, mounting including within its corral walls of 2.5 kilometres, the regal city of the Mughal rulers. The 38-hectare citadel has four entrances; the colossal Delhi Gate is measured as the grandest and a masterwork of Akbar’s time. Built in 1568 both to improve safety and as the king’s ceremonial gate, it is overstated with hatch work in white marble. Later in the afternoon visit the Taj Mahal a white marble dome erected by the Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz, who died in 1631, this garden-tomb is both a massive and a sublime monument to love. 21 years are taken to complete this monument and around 20000 labourers and craftsmen from India and central Asia have worked on this.Overnight stay at a hotel in Agra. Check out of the hotel after breakfast and be taken to Agra. Upon arrival check into your hotel. Grand citadels and fortresses served as symbols of authority in an era characterised by incursions and defences. One of these monuments is the Agra Fort, which is included as a UNESCO World Heritage site. With its massive red sandstone walls standing over 20 metres high and mounting the regal city of the Mughal emperors within its corral walls of 2.5 kilometres this bastioned citadel exhibits an alarming manifestation. There are four entrances to the 38-hectare citadel with the enormous Delhi Gate being considered the most impressive and a masterpiece of Akbar's era. It is overstated with hatch work made of white marble and was constructed in 1568 to increase security as well as serve as the king's ceremonial gate. Later in the afternoon pay a visit to the Taj Mahal, a garden tomb made of white marble that was built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his late wife Mumtaz, who passed away in 1631. It is both a sizable and a sublime monument to love. Around 20000 labourers and craftsmen from India and central Asia worked on this monument over the course of 21 years. Agra hotel stay for the night.
DAY 4 - Agra – Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri (245 Km / 4 hrs)After breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Agra, En-route visit Fatehpur Sikri, is the legends of Akbar and his famed courtiers, the nine jewels or Navaratnas, were born and was one of the best-preserved collections of Indian Mughal architecture in India. This town comprises a series of the royal palaces, harem, courts, a mosque, private quarters and other utility edifices. Fatehpur Sikri sits on a rocky ridge, 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) in length and 1 km (0.62 mi) broad and the citadel is enclosed by a wall on three sides with the fourth bordered by a lake. Its architects were Tuhir Das and Dhruv Chawla and were constructed using Indian principles. The buildings of Fatehpur Sikri show an amalgamation of assorted local schools of architectural craftsmanship such as Gujarat and Bengal. This was because aboriginal craftsmen were used for the creation of the buildings. Influence from Hindu and Jain architecture is seen hand in hand with Islamic rudiments. The edifice material used in all the edifices at Fatehpur Sikri, a palace-city complex, is the locally-prey red sandstone, known as 'Sikri sandstone'. It is entrance through gates along the 5 miles (8.0 km) long fort wall, namely, Delhi Gate, the Lal Gate, the Agra Gate, Birbal's Gate, Chandanpal Gate, The Gwalior Gate, the Tehra Gate, the Chor Gate and the Ajmere Gate. Later continue your drive to Jaipur. On arrival at Jaipur, check-in at your hotel. Overnight stay at a hotel in Jaipur. 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 5 - Jaipur City TourAfter breakfast proceed for in & around sightseeing of Jaipur, to explore the India most flamboyant affirm and the beguiling chronological town. Here you will be visiting City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal and Amber Fort. Impressive merge of customary Rajput and Mughal building, the huge City multifaceted occupies nearly one-seventh of the ‘Pink City’. The dawdling camel’s safaris, unhurried cycle-rickshaws aggravate groups of motorbikes, and everywhere energetic auto rickshaws watch for easy quarries. In the center of this bedlam, the magnificence of Jaipur’s royal past is islands of relative tranquil stir up a different lick and another world. Jantar Mantar, Sawai Jai Singh II built a compilation of exorbitant appliances. Sawai Jai like Jantar mantar has erected five other amenities at diverse sites – the Jaipur observatory is the one of the chief and best potted. This has been emblazoned on the UNESCO World Heritage List as “an appearance having the exorbitant ability and astral notion of the court, learned prince at the end of the Mughal period”. ‘Palace of Winds’, or Hawa Mahal, is one of the most famous tourist lures in Jaipur. Sited in the heart of the town, the charming red-sandstone citadel was erected in the 17th century by the Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. The palace was built to provide the regal women a right to view everyday life through the 953 miniature windows called jharokhas that are bedecked with complicated latticework. Another charming palace is Amber, sited at the 11 kilometres from Jaipur and was erected by the Kachwahas of Amber. The gigantic fort palace multifaceted was named after the goddess Amba. Their craggy sinister externals contradict an internal ecstasy with a good-looking synthesis of art and edifice. In the afternoon you can stroll towards the old Jaipur markets where you can experience a maze of path and explosion with color and chaos. The minute shops over there are loaded with the collection of goods like brocades, gold overstated sarong and sparkling saris; jewellery and trinkets; cologne; customary camel-leather shoes and bangles of glass, tiny paintings and puppets; azure ceramic and carvings in sandstone and granite; carpets and blankets; furniture and antiques; as well as shops selling paraphernalia, ironware, brassware and housewares. This will be a good opportunity for the shopping lovers.Overnight stay at a hotel in Jaipur. 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. Sited in the heart of the town, the charming red-sandstone citadel was erected in the 17th century by the Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. The palace was built to provide the regal women a right to view everyday life through the 953 miniature windows called jharokhas that are bedecked with complicated latticework. Another charming palace is Amber, sited at the 11 kilometres from Jaipur and was erected by the Kachwahas of Amber. The gigantic fort palace multifaceted was named after the goddess Amba. Their craggy sinister externals contradict an internal ecstasy with a good-looking synthesis of art and edifice. In the afternoon you can stroll towards the old Jaipur markets where you can experience a maze of path and explosion with 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 6 - Jaipur – Jodhpur (336 Km / 6 hrs)After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and get driven to the ‘sun city’ of Rajasthan because bright, sunny weather lures people all the year around. On arrival check-in at your hotel, evening is free at leisure. Founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a Rajput chief of the Rathore clan, Jodhpur was once the capital of the Marwar state and a trading centre for the opium, copper, silk, sandals, date palms and coffee. Now the area has matured to be the second largest city of Rajasthan but without peeling its archeological finery. Overnight stay at a hotel in Jodhpur. After breakfast, check out of the hotel and be driven to the Rajasthani "sun city," where people are drawn all year round by the warm, sunny weather. On arrival check-in at your hotel evening is free at leisure. Founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a Rajput chief of the Rathore clan, Jodhpur was once the capital of the Marwar state and a trading centre for the opium, copper, silk, sandals, date palms and coffee. Now the area has matured to be the second largest city of Rajasthan but without peeling its archaeological finery. Overnight stay at a hotel in Jodhpur.
DAY 7 - Jodhpur City TourAfter breakfast, proceed for in & around sightseeing of Jodhpur, there are numerous citadels within the city of Rajasthan but none can be compared with the Mehrangarh, the brawny fortress, which towers over the ‘sun city’ gives a glorious sight and an architectural magnum- opus. At the base of this citadel, one can see a clutter of Brahmin-blue cubes, elongated out to the 10km-long. The Sun City is also renowned as a blue city because inside it is a knot of zigzag, sparkling, mediaeval boulevards, which can never be seen in any other place. Or another architectural landmark in the city will be Jaswant Thada white memorial, founded in 1899 by Jaswant Singh’s Maharani in her husband’s reminiscence. After lunch you can visit the customary burial position of Jodhpur rulers, which include the portrayals of rulers and Maharajas of Jodhpur while the grounds are delicately imprinted with gazebos, a beautiful backyard with small lakes all around. Overnight stay at a hotel in Jodhpur. After breakfast, go sightseeing in and around Jodhpur. There are many citadels inside the city of Rajasthan but none can compare to the Mehrangarh, the imposing stronghold that towers over the "sun city" and provides a magnificent spectacle and an architectural masterpiece. A jumble of Brahmin-blue cubes that have been stretched out to a 10 km length may be seen at the foundation of this castle. The Sun City is also known as the "blue city" because it contains a network of zigzag, dazzling, mediaeval boulevards that are unique to that location. Another notable building in the city is the Jaswant Thada White Memorial which was built in 1899 by Jaswant Singh's Maharani in memory of her husband. After lunch, you can visit the traditional resting place of Jodhpur's monarchs, which features statues of the Maharajas and kings of Jodhpur while the surrounding area is tastefully adorned with gazebos and little lakes. Overnight stay in a Jodhpur hotel.
DAY 8 - Jodhpur – Udaipur via Ranakpur (260 Km / 5 ½ hrs)After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and get driven to Udaipur, which is one of the most romantic continents. Constructed in 1559, this white charming city is elaborately turreted and has terrace palaces, with quaint Havelis, temples and bathing Ghats reflecting the docile water of Lake Pichola, En-route visit Ranakpur Chaumukha Shrine erected in 1439. This is a marble shrine which has 29 halls reinforced by 1444 pillars. On arrival at Udaipur, check-in at your hotel. In the evening take a magnificent boat tour over the picturesque Lake Pichola (at your own cost) to admire the royal buildings around the Lake and enjoy the scenic sunset view. From the lake you have a wonderful view of the City Palace stretching along the east bank, while the south bank has pleasant gardens running down to the waterside. Overnight stay at a hotel in Udaipur. Check out of the hotel after breakfast and be driven to Udaipur, one of the most romantic cities in the world. Built in 1559, this charming white city features terrace palaces, quaint Havelis, temples, and bathing Ghats that reflect the placid Lake Pichola water. Visit the 1439-built Ranakpur Chaumukha Shrine en route. The 29 halls of this marble shrine are supported by 1444 pillars. In Udaipur, check into your hotel as soon as possible. Take a magnificent boat tour (at your own expense) over picturesque Lake Pichola in the evening to take in the lake's surrounding royal structures and the beautiful sunset. The City Palace can be seen beautifully from the lake as it stretches along the east bank, and on the south bank are lovely gardens that descend to the water's edge. Hotel in Udaipur overnight stay.
DAY 9 - Udaipur Local SightseeingAfter breakfast, proceed for in & around sightseeing of Udaipur, visit the glorious City Palace that consist of four major and numerous minor palaces constructed by the Mewar rulers and each fortress is perfectly included in mediaeval style. Continue your trip and further move towards the Jagdish Mandir temple multifaceted site at the main gate of the city palace. The shrine was erected in 1651 and was devoted to the Jagannath, a facet of Lord Vishnu (the black granite icon preserved within). In the afternoon after having lunch, stroll through the Saheliyon-ki-Bari garden, which was formed by Sangram Singh in the 18th century. The garden is also a mound of the Fateh Sagar Lake characteristic of the lotus puddles, granite gazebo and elephant-shaped cascades. Later in the afternoon you can take a yacht traverse on the beautiful Lake Pichola. From the vessel you can visit the two islands- one is the Jag Niwas Island and other Jag Mandir Island. The Jag Niwas Island is a renowned lake palace, constructed by the Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1754. At present, this palace is the comfy heritage hotel, with patios, sprays and precincts. The rumours for this property is that Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan derived some of his ideas for the Taj Mahal from Jag Mandir after staying at this place. You will also be observing the astonishing sunset from this palace. Overnight stay at a hotel in Udaipur. 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 vacationing 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 / AirportAfter breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Udaipur Railway Station / Airport for onward journey. 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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