Welcome to Rajasthan- A state where hospitality is a way of life (Visit Mhare Desh), owing to a vibrant culture rooted in tradition, a place where powerful rulers are embodied in history, music, dance, and clothing. In addition to escorting you to your hotel, our travel representatives will greet you at the airport with a traditional garland.
Day 01: Jaipur
Following a night spent in a hotel, you will go to Amer Fort for a tour after breakfast.
We will first head towards Amer Fort, the renowned and historic capital that existed before Jaipur. According to history, Amber is a fort city of outstanding beauty that was first constructed in the 11th century AD and then enlarged in size and scope by succeeding Jaipur kingdoms and their kings.
We will visit the City Palace and Observatory (Jantar Mantar) after viewing Amber Fort, and on the route, you may stop at Hawa Ka Mahal for a fantastic photo opportunity.
Rajasthan's capital, Jaipur, sometimes referred to as the "Pink City," is distinguished by the City Palace, which continues to serve as the residence of the royal family and is renowned for its superb private museums housing royal artefacts. In particular, they exhibit clothes, literature, costumes, and weaponry.
Your Rajasthan Culture Tour will be much more remarkable as a result of this.
Day 02: Jaipur - Jodhpur
After breakfast, check out of the accommodation and begin the trip to Jodhpur. By inputting the arrival information at the hotel before travelling to Jodhpur, time will be saved. After a short period of relaxation at the hotel, spend the afternoon seeing the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, which is perched on a rock four feet above Jodhpur's skyline. After Mehrangarh, you'll go to Jaswant Thada, a white monument made of marble slabs that have been elaborately carved. This is an example of brilliant architectural design.
Day 03 - Day 04: Jodhpur - Jaisalmer
After eating breakfast, leave the hotel in Jodhpur and begin the remainder of your trip to Jaisalmer. Visit Pokhran Fort en route, then check into the hotel when you get there.
Visit the Jaisalmer Fort, also known as "Sonar Fort," and some of the city's most well-known Havelis, including Nathmalji-ki-Haveli, Patwon-ki-Haveli, and Salim Singh-ki-Haveli.
Enjoy a camel ride in the well-known Sam Dunes in the evening around sunset.
Day 05 : Jaisalmer - Bikaner
After eating breakfast in Jaisalmer, check out of the hotel and begin the remainder of your trip to Bikaner. The afternoon trip to Bikaner, once known as Jungle Desh, must include stops at Junagadh Fort and Lal Garh Palace. And the well-known Deshnok Temple, sometimes called Rat Temple.
Day 06: Bikaner - Pushkar
After breakfast, check out of the accommodation and begin the trip to Pushkar. Watch the "Aarti" ceremony at Pushkar Lake in the evening. Pushkar is also known as the City of Temples.
Day 07: Pushkar - Ranthambore
Start your travel to Ranthambore Fort after breakfast in Pushkar. Proceed on a forest safari in Ranthambore National Park in the afternoon to look for tigers.
Transfer from Ranthambore to a subsequent location on schedule.