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10 Days |Culinary tour package of rural Rajasthan

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Culinary tour package of rural Rajasthan

Culinary tour package of rural Rajasthan







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Tour overview

If you are fond of the rich heritage and culture, if adventure or food is what you love, then we can bet that the state of Rajasthan with its culinary food package trip will not disappoint you. Rajasthan boasts of some humungous forts of Indian maharajas in Jaipur, beautiful historic lakes in Udaipur, wildlife of Bharatpur, and ancient alleys of Rogtegarh. Rajasthan has flavors of everything you can imagine in your holidays.

Rajasthan is a state comprising more than 25 cities and you virtually cannot visit all cities in one single visit. It is important that you plan your Rajasthan holiday itinerary in a way that you make the most of your valuable time and take memories for lifetime. To make your life easier, we have handpicked some of these cities for you to listen to stories of the age of chivalry and excellent architecture taste while soaking in rich culture. Along with history, culture and architecture, the land take delight is the flavorsome food and treats your taste buds to the fullest.

With this culinary tour packages of Rajasthan, discover the beauty of the state like never before!

Tour highlights

  • Experience the perfect blend of modern and ancient, in Delhi.

  • Witness the grandeur and royalty of the Taj Mahal in Agra

  • Dive in the vibrant markets of the Pink City, Jaipur

  • Witness the beauty of and blue hue of Jodhpur

  • Explore the forts and streets of Udaipur


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Day 01 Arrival – Delhi

On your arrival at Delhi you would be received in traditional Rajasthani style by our representatives, who would drive you straight to your pre-booked hotel. After some rest, your excursion will start. Delhi is the perfect blend of modern and ancient. To have the taste of both, you can likewise visit Old Delhi in the morning which boasts of having the awe-inspiring architectural marvels like that of, the majestic Red Fort, followed by a visit to Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, Shanti Vana, Humayun's Tomb and President House. When you are in Old Delhi don’t forget to experience some of the oldest and the most famous food joints which is spread all over Chandi Chowk, Chawdi Bazar and Spice Market. Try finger-licking dishes such as the pakodas, samosas, lassi and digest all of it with a sightseeing walk over Red Temple and Sheesh Ganj Gurudwara. Stroll in the paranthe wali gali or Karim’s restaurant and satisfy your taste buds. Return to your hotel, take some rest for the coming adventure. Overnight stay in the hotel in Delhi.

Day 02 Delhi – Agra

This morning, fill in your tummy and head straight to cover New Delhi. It was laid out by British architect Edwin Lutyens. Delhi is a striking modern metropolis. The streets of Old Delhi serve as a contrast to the grand avenues and majestic yet well-planned buildings of New Delhi. Chaotic traffic is best left to the locals, now is day to visit the planned city. You can start by visiting India Gate which is the war memorial for Indian soldiers. Later you can drive to the Lotus Temple, Birla Temple and a walk around Connaught Palace is a must. When in Connaught Place, visit Saravana Bhawan and have the most authentic south Indian food. Head back to your hotel to pack and start for a road journey to the Taj city, Agra. Overnight stay at the hotel in Agra.

Day 03 Agra – Bharatpur

Upon arrival at Agra you'll be taken to Itmad-ud-Daula's Tomb. Next would be the visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the immaculate Taj Mahal, a memoir of eternal love, built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaj Mahal.

Agra is a sneak peek into the architectural history with structures such as Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri making it a must visit place. When you talk about Agra, one thing has to stand out, the Taj Mahal. It is one of the seven wonders of the world which is always making the whole country proud. Agra’s history, architecture and love filled air creates a magic. Today you can visit Itmad-ud-Daula's Tomb followed by a historic walk to Red Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Apart from its monuments, the city also has some exciting stuff for foodies - including the famous Agra ka Petha and amazing chaat, lassi and Mughlai Food. During the 16th century, the Mughal rulers made Agra the working capital of India. The Mughal empire did leave behind indelible imprints on Agra’s cuisines. When in Agra, its trademarks: creamy, boldly flavored curries; lots of ground and whole spices, dried fruits and nuts; roasted meats are a must have. It’s a rich cuisine fit for a king. Along your sightseeing walk, you can munch on to Dalmoth, which is a traditional namkeen, a savory dry snack, made from fried lentils, nuts, spices, and oil. Later, you can drive and visit Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Overnight stay the hotel in Bharatpur.

Day 04 Bharatpur

After a hearty breakfast this morning, go on to explore the marvels of Bharatpur. Bharatpur also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park is home to 230 species of different colorful birds. When in this land you can participate in spotting fleeting water flying creatures as well as several other birds including Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, few types of Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Buntings, Larks and Pipits, and more. Keoladeo Ghana is amongst one of the finest bird sanctuaries in the world, and it offers security to faunal species also. Along with a bird watching walk in the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, you can also go for a boat ride. Along with the bird watching tour, you can snack on the simple and popular Rajasthani as well as North-Indian snacks that Bhatapur has to offer. One can flatter their appetite with Pyaaz Kachori, Mawa Kachori, Aloo ki subzi and more. Overnight stay at hotel in Bharatpur.

Day 05 Bharatpur – Jaipur

This morning after having a filling buffet breakfast, start for a road journey towards the Pink city, Jaipur. Jaipur is known for its royal history, architecture and culture. Jaipur has a lot of hidden gems hidden, be it the beautiful Amer Fort, or the charismatic City Palace, everything will leave you spell-bound. The handicrafts of Jaipur are bound to lure everyone, due to the intricately detailed work. Stroll around the markets in the evening and head to your hotel for some rejuvenation time. Overnight stay at hotel in Jaipur.

Day 06 Jaipur

After breakfast be prepared for an insightful tour of the beautiful Pink City. You can take a guided tour, starting from the Hawa Mahal, or the Palace of winds, with its extremely splendid architecture, to the famous observatory of Jantar Mantar, built by Emperor Shah Jehan. Then you can visit the well-known Amer Fort, located about eleven kilometers from the main city. After returning, you can witness the puppet shows, which occasionally take place amidst the city. Also the city of magnificence and splendor is known for one more thing and that is its delectable cuisines. The authentic Rajasthani dishes that are really high on the taste quotient is what Jaipur is famous for. You can relish on Dal-baati-churma, laal maas, ghewar and a whole lot of other delectable dishes. When in Jaipur, you are sure to get confused with such varied option of dishes. Spice, tanginess, and simply irresistible are the words that go well the local street food that is served here. Savoring these authentic dishes is like having a cultural experience! Fill in your tummies with some local delicacies and head to your hotel. The colorful markets of Jaipur and various food options make it main attraction of the Culinary Tour packages of Rural Rajasthan. Stay overnight at hotel in Jaipur.

Day 07 Jaipur – Jodhpur – Rohte Garh

Today, after exploring the colorful markets of the city of Jaipur, head for a journey towards Jodhpur. Jodhpur is distinctively most princely state of Rajasthan. Check in to your hotel, the Rohet Garh that is a classified Heritage Hotel in Jodhpur. This heritage hotel is nurtured with great love and care by the family over the course of 15 years. All the love and care turned it into one of the finest heritage hotel in the country which is a haven of peace and tranquility. The hotel has magnificent sprawling lawns and well- maintained, lush green gardens, which invites and are home to multitude of birds and dancing peacocks. After getting fresh head for a history filled experience towards the majestic Mehrangarh Fort, founded in 1459 which is considered the largest fort in India. You can further visit Jaswant thada and Mahamandir. Along with having architectural marvels, Jodhpur has a mystery in its air when it comes to cuisine. Jodhpur serves the same food like the rest of Rajasthan but you can find many interesting delicacies that takes the cuisine to the next level.

Take a walk along the alleys of the city and a whole new world of culinary delights will welcome you in myriad flavors and aromas. Jodhpur cuisines are all about spice, chilly and a rich repertoire of sweets and the best place to enjoy them are the local eateries and food joints. A mutton curry prepared in typical Rajasthani style is what you can hog on while in thus blue city. Jodhpur also serves some amazing pyaaz kachori, mirchi badaa. You can also explore other mouth-watering Jodhpur specialties like mawa ladoo and malai sandwich. If you are in the market around the Clock Tower, hunt for some makhaniya lassi. After filling your tummy and mind, head to your hotel for an overnight stay in Rohet Garh.

Day 08 Jodhpur – Deogarh

This morning, check-out from your heritage hotel and start for a journey towards Deogarh. The magnificent place has a number of natural lakes which enhance its scenic beauty and also serves as a habitat for a number of species of migratory birds. You can enjoy the majestic and stately environment when in Deogarh. Overnight stay at the hotel in Deogarh.

Day 09 Deogarh – Udaipur

Today you can check-out from your hotel and head towards Udaipur, City of Lakes, which is 150 kms away from Deogarh. Upon arrival, you would be escorted by our representatives and will be taken to a heritage hotel, where you would be welcomed in the traditional Rajasthani style. Since this is the rest day, you can devote your time and take pleasure in the stunning and striking setting of the place. Devour upon the exotic Rajasthani food and rejuvenate your tired nerves for an exciting day ahead. The city of lakes is considered to be the most amazing yet exotic city of Rajasthan offering numerous attractions. You can begin your day by visiting the City Palace, much famous for its historical importance. You can also visit the Jagdish temple, Pratap Memorial, the scenic Sahelion ki Bari and the garden of Maids of Honor. Additionally, you would also tour the Fatehsagar and Lake Pichola. When in Udaipir you cannot miss food. Udaipur is sure to give you gastronomic experience with its delightful variety of street food. The mind-blowing spices of Rajasthan makes up the best street food in Udaipur. From Daal Baati, Mirchi Badas, to common items like Kachoris and Dabelis, there is nothing you won’t find in the glittering streets of this Golden City. Overnight stay at the hotel in Udaipur.

Day 10 Udaipur – Home

This day you will be transferred to the Udaipur airport from where you will fly to Delhi for you trip to the onward destination. This amazing food trip to Rajasthan will certainly leave an ever-lasting impression on you.

End of Culinary Tour packages of Rural Rajasthan.

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Market Visit & Cooking Class followed by Meal

Duration :3 – 3.5 hours

Cooking Class followed by Meal

Duration :2 -2.5 hours

Indian Family Meal Experience

Duration :1.5 - 2 hours

Delhi Shopping Tour

Duration :4 hours

Yoga at famous Lodhi Garden In Delhi

Duration :2 hours

Zangoora at Kingdom of Dreams (Temporarily closed)

Duration :3 hours

Jhumroo at Kingdom of Dreams

Duration :3 hours

Sound and Light Show at Red Fort in Delhi

Duration :1 hours


Mohabbat The Taj Show

Duration :80 minutes

Traditional Indian Welcome

Duration :15-20 minutes

Tonga Ride

Duration :05-10 minutes

Agra Walk

Duration :90 minutes

Agra Food Trail

Duration :1-2 hours

Cooking Demonstration and Family Dinner

Duration :2 hours


Elephant orphanage to understand this animal

Duration :3-4 hours

Local Art & Craft Workshops

Duration :3 hours

Block Printing Workshops

Duration :3 hours

Yoga & Meditation

Duration :1.5 hours

Indian Symbolic Wedding

Duration :5 hours

Indian Cooking Family Dinner & Haveli Dinner

Duration :3 hours

Sky Waltz Balloon Safari In Jaipur

Duration :2.5 hours

Sky Waltz Balloon Safari In Ranthambore

Duration :2.5 hours

Sky Waltz Balloon Safari In Pushkar

Duration :2.5 hours

Culture Walk

Duration :5 hours


Cooking class followed by meal with Indian family

Duration :2-3 hours

Jeep Safari to Bishnoi Village

Duration :4 hours

Blue City Heritage walking tour

Duration :2 hours

Half day camel Safari tour

Duration :4 hours

Full day excursion to Osian Jain Temples

Duration :6 hours


Half day tour of Eklingji and Nagda

Duration :4-5 hours

Half day tour of Shilpgram

Duration :4 hours

Full day tour of Chittorgarh

Duration :8-9 hours

Full day trip to Kumbhalgarh and Ranakpur

Duration :8-9 hours

2 Days Mount Abu and Ranakpur


Boat ride on Lake Pichola

Duration :1-1.5 hours

Walking tour of Udaipur old City

Duration :4 hours

Private cooking class in a Udaipur home

Duration :3 hours

Royal Food walk tour In Udaipur

Duration :2-3 hours

Evening Excursion: Bagore Ki Haveli Dance Show in Udaipur

Duration :3 hours

Jaisamand Sanctuary Ride

Duration :6-7 hours

Full Day Horse Ride Tour in Udaipur

Duration :8-10 hours

Half-Day Horse Ride Tour

Duration :4-6 hours

2-Hour Horse Ride Tour

Duration :2-3 hours


Culinary tour package of rural Rajasthan

Culinary tour package of rural Rajasthan - (FAQs)

Q.1 Why to visit Rajasthan ?

There are several reasons to visit Rajasthan. Camping on the smooth sand dunes under the glittering skies, or wandering among the ruins of a colossal fort, each experience has its own uniqueness. The pleasures of shopping for a traditional “jooti” or digging your teeth into “dal-baati” are as varied as they are fascinating. Below are the reasons the Rajasthan is famous for Famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks , Exotic Heritage Hotels , Festivals and Dances Desert Safari ,Culture and Cuisine

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Q.2 Which food is famous in Rajasthan?

Dal Bati Churma – Rajasthan is famous for its rich culture but what makes this state distinctive and popular is its cuisine. Rajasthanis love their food and it is evident in their preparations. Dal Bati Churma ( a lentil dish) and Laal Maas (Red Meat) are the most famous dishes in this state.

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Q.3 What kind of food is served in the restaurants in Rajasthan ?

The cuisine of Rajasthan is very rich and has a very unique flavour. The Rajasthani cooking was mainly influenced by the war-like lifestyles of its inhabitants and the availability of the ingredients in the region. The food that could last for several days and could be eaten without heating was preferred. In Jaisalmer, Barmer and Bikaner the cooks used very minimum water and preferred to use milk, buttermilk and clarified butter. The milk, buttermilk and yoghurt formed a part of the main diet, except those regions which were accessed to the rice growing areas. The villager's diet mainly consists of the bread of millets and gram flour, moth dal, a red chilli, garlic chutney and raabri, millet flour cooked in buttermilk. The sweets like the rice-porridge, kheer never became popular in Rajasthan. But milk based sweets, barfis, still today are known all over the country, and the sweet sellers all over the country refer to themselves as Bikaneri sweet specialists. See More

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