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Experience a cultural tour with Rajasthan Tour Package
Experience the vibrant culture of Rajasthan with our Rajasthan Heritage and Culture Tour Packages. A northern Indian state famous for its scenic beauty and majestic forts receives both domestic and foreign tourists all over the year. A combination of flavorsome cuisine, rich culture and folk music make it one of the top places where you can spend the days of your vacation.
If you want to explore the colorful culture of India and the palaces of the maharajas that secure a position in history for several reasons, choose our travel package. The 16 days travel package will help you to be familiar with the glory of India.
Starting from Delhi, the political and cultural hub of the country, we will transfer you to Agra, familiar for the momentous Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri - the UNESCO World heritage site, Jaisalmer Fort – ‘the golden fort’, the Sun City, and Mount Abu, a beautiful hill station consecutively.
From the beginning of the travel to the last day, we will arrange everything for you including transport, travel accommodation and everything. We will always be there with you so that you don’t face any difficulty. Would you like to learn anything about the travel package? Do you have any queries? Go through the travel itinerary or call us.
When you arrive in Delhi, our representative will be there to greet you and take you to the hotel. Spent the day at leisure in the hotel. If you feel bored, take a stroll around the city. Sits astride the Yamuna river, Delhi is the largest urban agglomeration of the country. The vibrant capital embraces Old as well as New Delhi and the surrounding metropolitan region and the adjacent rural areas. Named after Raja Dhilu, the national territory has great historical significance and the political, cultural, and commercial hub of the country. Being the capital of several kingdoms, this magnificent city has been destroyed and rebuilt diverse times and thus, called the "city of cities". If you are a foodie by nature, you should relish the mouth-watering stress foods of the city. While the Old Delhi is popular for the maze, the huge buildings and large roads represent the aura of New Delhi. Owing to close proximity of several states, all types of festivals are celebrated here.
There are so many places to visit in Delhi, you may get confused about which one to visit and the ones to omit. We will help you with this. On this day your journey will start from Old Delhi. Founded in 1639 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor, Old Delhi is famous for its narrow lanes and rich history. Next, you will be driven to the Raj Ghat, a memorial dedicated to the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. You will also visit the museum and pass by the magnificent Red Fort as well as Chandni Chowk. Your next destination would be Jama Masjid. Built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, it is one of the largest mosques in India. Bustling activities is the essence of the city and to enjoy it, you could optionally take a rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk. Along with offering lip-smacking foods, the shops are the treasure trove to the ones who love to shop clothes, jewels, etc.
Your afternoon tour will start with Qutab Minar. Built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak to show victory, it is the largest minaret and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your next destination will be another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the tomb of Humayun. India Gate the "ceremonial axis" of New Delhi is located astride the Rajpath. Next, you will pass by places like the President’s House, Parliament House as well as other Government buildings. Here, your final destination will be Lakshminarayan Temple. Also familiar as the Birla Mandir, it is a temple dedicated to Hindu god and goddesses, Lord Narayana and Lakshmi. Spend the night in the hotel.
On day 3, our Rajasthan Heritage and Culture Tour Packages will drive you from Delhi to Agra. The former capital of Hindustan, Agra is situated on the banks of river Yamuna. Also familiar as Akbarabad, Agra is the major tourist destination of India. In the afternoon, you will be taken to the allure of the land, Taj Mahal. Built in the memory of the beautiful wife of Shah Jahan, now, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the ‘Seven Wonders of the World ’. Capture the glory of the magnificent monument that is synonymous to love. Taj Mahal is closed on Fridays.
Your next destination will be Agra Fort. Constructed in the 16th Century during the Mughal dynasty, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is popular for its architectural structure. Take a tour to fairy tale palaces like Khas Mahal as well as Jahangir Palace. Take a glance at Diwan-e-Aam and Diwan-e-Khas that are private audience hall and public audience hall. Spent the afternoon hours by visiting other places of interest or buying some gifts for your dear ones. Agra is well-known for handicrafts made of wood, metal and marble. Overnight is in Agra.
Today, you will be taken from Agra to Jaipur and you will also visit Fatehpur Sikri. The short-lived capital of the Mughal Empire, this magnificent city was built by Emperor Akbar. One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India, it holds exceptional testimony to Mughal civilization. Next, you will visit the Jama Masjid, followed by the Tomb of Salim Chishti, the five storied Panch Mahal and Buland Darwaza. You will visit other graceful buildings like Mariam-uz-Zamani’s palace, Ibadat Khana, Naubat Khana as well as Birbal’s house.
Once your visit of Fatehpur Sikri is completed, you will be driven to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. The ‘Pink City’ will astound you with the breathtaking palaces and architecture. 260 year back, Maharaja Jai Singh built Jaipur and it got its name from this king. In the 18th century when Prince of Wales had visited here, he painted all the buildings in pink color and thus, it got the name of “Pink City”. After arriving here, you will check-in the hotel. Spent the afternoon at leisure. Overnight is in Jaipur.
On day 5, you will start your journey from Amer fort, the royal architecture of Jaipur. Located on a hill, the fort is also known as Amer Palace. Raja Man Singh constructed this splendid fort with red sand-stone and marble. Divided into four different sections, the main entrance gate is enriched with a fascinating architecture. There is a temple of Goddess Sila Devi near the Ganesh Gate. Next, you will be driven to the Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas , Sheesh Mahal and Sukh Niwas.
In Jaipur, first you will be taken to the Maharaja palace, a marvelous palace along with seven storey as well as Jantar Mantar, the observatory. The famous astronomers as well as mathematicians of all through the world come here to witness this observatory. In the City Palace, you will see a wonderful blend of excellent styles likes Rajput, Mughal, and European. Another wonder that you will observe here is Hawa Mahal. You will be taken through the rose garden and the business centers. Jaipur is well-known for its carpets, clothes, semi-precious and precious stones, as well as other handicrafts made of metals, wood and many more. Spend the night here.
Today morning, you will be driven from Jaipur to Bikaner. During afternoon, you will be taken to Junagadh Fort. A general in army of Mughal emperor Akbar, Raja Jai Singh built this. If you want to witness ancient architecture, it would be the must-visit place for you. Moreover, you will see a perfect amalgamation of Mughal and Rajput architecture here. To make this fort more beautiful, Maharaja Dungar Singh added a touch of western style in the eighteenth century.
With thick wall, thirty seven pavilions, large balconies, thirty feet wide moat and designer windows, it will mesmerize you. Here, you will also visit Chand pol, Joramal temple, and Har Mandir, a royal temple dedicated to goddess Lakshmi and lord Vishnu. Overnight is in Bikaner.
On day 7, you will be driven from Bikaner to Jaisalmer, the ‘Golden City of India’. Situated in the heart of Rajasthan, it is a treasure trove of music, art, architecture, tradition and culture. Jaisalmer is famous for yellow sand, fascinating places, marvelous havelis, Jain temples, camel safaris, and many more. To take a break from the city life, you can make a camp in the desert. Lose yourself in the cultural aura and see how many memories you can collect. Spend the afternoon in the bazaars and spend the night in the hotel.
During the morning, your first travel destination would be Jaisalmer Fort, the oldest living fort that gets the name ‘the Golden Fort’ or ‘Sonar Quila’. In the 2 century fort, you will find a blend of Indian architecture with Military designs. The palaces of Maharawals are famous for the wooden carvings, which attracts travelers from all over the world. You will also see a 5 storied Tazia Tower here.
Your next destination would be the havelis of the land. Salim Ji Ki Haveli is famous for the yellow sandstone, and the carved pillars that are painted with beautiful ornaments of Gold as well as silver. Patwon ki Havel represents an attractive piece of architecture built of the ancient times. Spend the afternoon to visit the Jain temples. Overnight is in Jaisalmer.
On day 9, you will be driven from Jaisalmer to Manvar. Inhabited by Rajputs, Shergarh consists of a number of villages and is located in the Thar Desert. Within 15 kilometers from Moti Singh’s private farm, no source of natural drinking water was available there. Moti Singh’s father ordered to dig a 100 ft. bore well. Moti Singh Rathore created Manvar that symbolizes the desert hospitality. And nowadays, it is one of the desert destinations that are popular for its culture as well as for preserving culture, local heritage, flora and fauna. Spend a day on the back of the camel to witness the beauty of their lifestyle. Overnight is in Manvar.
Today morning, you will be taken to Jodhpur, the Sun City or the Blue city as well as the second largest city in Rajasthan. It was the former capital of Marwar kingdom that was named after its founder Rao Jodha, who established this city in 1459. Along with the trading centre for copper, silk, and opium; it is also popular for fairs, festivals. If you are a foodie, you would obviously relish the Jodhpur sweets.
In the afternoon, you will be driven to the largest fort of India, Meherangarh fort. Situated at an altitude of 120 meters, this fort is famous for its thick walls. Built by Raja Sur Singh, Moti Mahal is one of the marvelous palaces situated in the fort. Next, you will be taken to Phool Mahal – a private chamber of pleasure.
You will also visit Jaswant Thada, a structure constructed out of polished and thin sheets of marble that offers a heavenly touch when sunlight falls over it. Your travel will continue to Umaid Public Gardens that houses the Government Museum. Overnight is in Jodhpur.
On day 11, you will be transferred from Jodhpur to Rohetgarh. A bastion of the Champawat Clan, Rohetgarh Fort is situated beside a beautiful lake. To observe their way of living, book a safari. The Bishnois not only worship the beautiful black buck but also are responsible for the survival of these beautiful deer. Take a bird watching tour. You will also experience camel safari. Here, the fort is has been transformed to a beautiful hotel. Spend the night in Rohetgarh.
Today morning, you will be taken from Rohet to Mt Abu. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Mt Abu, the oasis in the desert and a popular mountain retreat, was previously familiar as Arbudaanchal or Arbudaranya. The lush green forests, waterfalls, rivers, and lakes make it one of the top destinations. You will also visit several lakes and temples. Made of marble, Dilwara Jain Temples are wonderful places to visit. Spend the night in Mount Abu.
The morning tour will take you to various temples in Mt. Abu. Carved out of rock, Adhar Devi is a must visit Hindu temple here. Next, you will be driven to The Achalgarh Fort, and the Nakki lake. The highlight of your tour is the Dilwara Jain Temples. Each of the temples is dedicated to a Jain Guru. Vimal Vasahi is dedicated to the first Tirthankara while Luna Vasahi is dedicated to the 22nd Tirthankara. Moreover, Pithalhar is dedicated to the first Tirthankara and Parshvanath is dedicated to the 23rd Tirthankara. And last but not the least; Mahavir Swami is dedicated to the last Jain Tirthankara. Overnight is in Mount Abu.
Today, you will be taken from Mt Abu to Udaipur. And in between, you will stop at Ranakpur and have a glance at the Jain temples that are made during 15th century. Next, you will be driven to Chamukha temple of Ranakpur. Made of marble and composed of more than twenty halls and 1444 pillars; this temple is dedicated to the first Tirthankara, Adinathji. You will also visit the Jain temple as well as the Surya temple.
Founded by Rana Udai Singh, Udaipur is popular as the City of Lakes, or the Venice of the East. This place has historical value for it warriors and Rajputs. Familiar as Suryavanshis or descendents of Sun God, the rulers from this dynasty have the Sun as their insignia. If you wish you can stay in the Lake Palace hotel (by paying for it) and it would be nothing less than a dream come to you. Spend the night in Udaipur.
On day 15, your tour will start from the City Palace. Constructed by Maharana Udai Singh and situated on the bank of Pichola Lake, it is a beautiful palace. Your next destination will be Jagdish Temple; the biggest shrine of Udaipur was built by Maharana Jagat Singh. Dedicated to Lord Vishn, this stunning temple represents a blend of Indo-Aryan style. You will also be taken to places including Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir, and Sahelion ki Bari. Spend the afternoon to discover the bazaars. Overnight in Udaipur.
Today, you will be taken to Udaipur airport for your Delhi flight. After reaching Delhi, you will be transferred to the city centre for your last minute shopping or visiting the left places. Hotel accommodations will not be included for this night. Later, you will be driven to the airport for your return flight. End of your Rajasthan travel package.