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Rajasthan ‘Land of Kings’ or ‘Land of Kingdom’ is India’s largest state by area. The state located on northwest part of country and is a home of cultural diversity. Its features include the ruins of Indus Valley Civilization, Temples, Forts and Fortresses in almost every city.


  • Rajasthan’s tigers may be elusive but, just like all of Rajasthan, beauty jumps out to surprise you when you least expect it. 
  • The sight of a peacock displaying and dancing in Ranthambore National Park takes your breath away.
  • Discover India's culinary heritage in a cooking class.
  • Discover India's culinary heritage in a cooking class.
  • Visit the Golden City of  jaisalmer in the thar Desert.
  • Go on a sunset camel ride acrosssand dunes.


Day 1


Arrive at New Delhi airport/railway station pickup and proceed to the Pink City of Jaipur (265 km/6 hrs). On arrival, check into the hotel. Later, visit the Amber Fort, City Palace, Jal Maha, Hawa Mahal & Jantar Mantar and overnight stay

Day 2


After breakfast, proceed to Ajmer (135 km/3 hrs). On arrival, visit the famous Dargah of Salim Chisti and then drive to Pushkar. Visit the only Brahma Temple in India and the Pushkar Lake. In the evening, drive back to Jaipur(145 Kms/ 3 hrs)

Day 3


In the morning drive to Udaipur (286 km/6 hrs). It was the capital of Sawai Dynasty. Upon arrival, Check into hotel. The evening is at leisure.

Day 4


After breakfast, visit the famous Jagdish temple, which enshrines a black stone image of Lord Vishnu as Jagannath-Lord of the universe, City Palace, museum and the Saheliyon ki bari - "Gardens of the Maidens”and overnight stay

Day 5


In the morning drive to Mount Abu (170 km/ 4.5 hrs), the only hill station in Rajasthan at an altitude of 1,220 metres crowning the highest peak of the Aravali hills. Upon arrival, check into hotel. Later, visit the magnificent Dilwara Jain Temple built in 11th century, Sunset point and Nakki Lake and overnight stay Mount Abu

Day 6


After breakfast, depart to Jodhpur (280 km/7 hrs) which is the second-largest city in Rajasthan. Visit Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum and overnight stay

Day 7


In the morning drive towards Jaisalmer (285 km/7 hrs).Upon arrival, check into hotel. Evening is at leisure and overnight stay

Day 8


In the morning visit Jaisalmer Fort, the only fort in India which has a population of thousand people living within its walls. Later, visit the countless havelis spread across Jaisalmer which are reputed as the city's real show pieces. In the evening visit the sand dunes(Thar desert) to witness a spectacular sunset over the dunes and overnight stay

Day 9


Early morning proceed to Bikaner ( 332 km/7 hrs). Upon arrival, transfer to hotel. Later, visit the unusual Junagarh Fort. Unlike all the major forts of Rajasthan, which are on hilltops, the Junagarh fort was built on the desert plains itself. Lastly, visit the National Research Centre on Camel and overnight stay

Day 10


In the morning drive to Jaipur (355 km/7 hrs), transfer to airport for your return journey


Transport by A.C Vehicle Itinerary
Hotel Accommodation on twin / double sharing basis with breakfast
In case of 3 Pax, one room with one extra bed roll away mattress will be provided
Permit & Road taxes
Toll taxes and parking charges Exclusions
Air fare /Rail fare
Lunch & Dinner
Entry fees during the sight seeing
Portages & Laundry
GST Extra
Any other item not specified in the itinerary


1. Which is the best season to travel to Rajasthan? Which is the best season to travel to Rajasthan?
The best season to travel to Rajasthan is from October to February. This is the winter season. The winters are not too harsh in Rajasthan except in deserts.
2. What should one carry while traveling to Rajasthan in the summer?
One should carry a pair of sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, and a refillable water bottle. It is advised to carry cotton clothes.
3. How one should plan a budget trip to Rajasthan?
By staying in shared room spaces, taking train rides, eating at hotels. These are the ways by which you can plan a budget trip to Rajasthan.
4. Are the places in Rajasthan well connected to other states?
The National Highways of Rajasthan are well connected to other states. One can reach Jaipur from Delhi via the road itself.

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