17 Days | Rajasthan Tour Package from Amritsar

17 Days | Rajasthan Tour Package from Amritsar

Rajasthan Tour Package from Amritsar
Amritsar

Jammu

Srinagar

Delhi

Jodhpur

Tour Overview

Our Rajasthan Tour Package from Amritsar begins from Amritsar and helps you travel to different parts of the country. Our 17-day tour helps you find the one true experience of India and helps you visit various scared temples, different areas and helps you understand what India stands for. This trip will help you visit some of the major cities of Rajasthan, which is popular for its royal havelis and handicrafts, help you visit New Delhi, the capital of the country and help you visit heaven on earth, Jammu. We will help you explore various parts of each city that we go to with ease.


Tour highlights

Here are some of the best experiences that you will find with our 17-day tour:

  • Visiting some of the major cities of India.
  • You will explore some of the most important temples in the country and understand their importance.
  • You will be able to find your way through the busy streets of Delhi and enjoy its culture and diversity.
  • We will also help you to travel to Jammu, one of the prettiest places in India and help you explore the state properly.

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Amritsar

Golden Temple & Wagah border Tour with Lunch

Duration :7-8 hours

Golden Temple and Jalliawalan Bagh tour

Duration :4-5 hours

Evening Ceremony at Golden temple

Duration :2 hours

Wagah border Cermony tour

Duration :4-5 hours

Food trails tours

Duration :2-3 hours

Tarantaran Sahib tour

Duration :4-5 hours

Amritsar Heritage walks tour

Duration :2-3 hours

Amritsar Village tour in Punjab Country Side

Duration :5 hours

Delhi

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 :1 hours

Zangoora at Kingdom of Dreams

Duration :3 hours

Jhumroo at Kingdom of Dreams

Duration :3 hours

Sound and Light Show at Red Fort in Delhi

Duration :1 hours

Jodhpur

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

Jaisalmer

Sunset camel ride with dinner

Duration :4-5 hours

Walk and talk by the Jaisalmer tour

Duration :4 hours

One day camel safari tour

Duration :18-20 hours

Overnight stay at a desert

Duration :20 hours

Full-Day Tour of Haunted and cursed village of Kuldhara from Jaisalmer

Duration :4-5 hours

Food Walk Tour Jaisalmer

Duration :2 hours

Half-Day Tour of Jaisalmer Sunset at Sand Dunes with Dinner

Duration :8 hours

Experience Overnight Desert camp In Thar Desert with Camel Ride - Jeep Safari

Duration :8-10 hours

Udaipur

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

Jaipur

Elefantastic-Painting, Feeding & Bathing Elephants

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

Agra

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 & Family Dinner

Duration :2 hours


Itinerary

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Day 01 Amritsar

On your arrival in Amritsar, you will be met by some of our representatives, who will help you to find your way to your pre-booked hotel. The city of Amritsar is one of the holiest places in the country for Sikhs. The name of the city comes means Pool of Nectar, which is derived from AmritSarovar (tank of holiness) that surrounds the city’s most iconic structure, The Golden Temple. Earlier the city was known as Ram Das Pura and was a hub for various kinds of saints and sages in the Vedic times. However, once the population of the city came under the influence of Guru Nanak, things changed. Many temples, mosques, gurudwaras, churches, gardens, libraries and much more began to prop up in the city.

On your first day, we will help you take a short night tour of the Golden Temple and help you watch the religious ceremony that takes place every night.

Day 02 City tour of Amritsar

The city is also known as Ramdaspur and is the epicenter of spirituality and of culture for the Sikhs. On your 2nd day with us, we will help you explore the Golden Temple and various other attractions of the city. Our first stop for the day is at the Golden Temple, which is also known as Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib. This was established in the 16th century by the 5th Sikh Guru. The temple has four doors, which signify that people from all religions are welcome here. The holy book of Sikhs, The Guru GranthSahib, is placed in the center of the temple.

Our next stop is the JallianwalaBagh. The massacre of JallianwalaBagh is etched in Indian history, where General Dyer killed many Indians. The remnants of the massacre are still visible from the bullet holes in the area.

Our last stop for the day will be at the Wagah Border, which is the lowering of the national flag once all the military practises and training for the day are finished with the Pakistani soldiers. This practice is also known as Beating Retreat ceremony. The ceremony begins with a march from both sides and ends when the sun lowers in the sky.

Day 03 Amritsar to Jammu (by road)

On your third day, we will help you travel to Jammu. Jammu is one of the best places in the country to visit. Beautiful in every way, Jammu is the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Furthermore, Jammu is lined with rich flora and fauna and house many royal buildings, attractions, and museums. It is located on the banks of the River Tawi.

Once we get there, we will help you get to your pre-booked hotel. Today, you will have the entire day at leisure.

Day 04 Tour of Jammu (Vaishno Devi Temple)

One of the most visited attractions here is the Vaishno Devi Temple. The Vaishno Devi Temple is usually visited by various kinds of Hindu pilgrims. The temple is located at an altitude of 5200 ft above sea level. The pilgrims have to trek to the top of the mountain to reach the temple. This temple is designed in a cave-like design. It is said that whatever you wish for in this temple, will be granted to you. To reach to the top of the mountain to get to the temple, you can make use of helicopter services, pony rides or a palanquin.

Day 05 From Jammu to Srinagar

Next day, we will help you travel to the beautiful city of Srinagar. Srinagar has been praised for its beauty time and time again. The city is the summer capital of the state Jammu and Kashmir and is located on the banks of the River Jhelum. This city is famous for its rivers, waterfronts, gardens, the natural environment and above all, for the houseboats.

Once we get to Srinagar, we will help you get to your pre-booked hotel. You can do some local sightseeing or simply rest.

Day 06 Tour of the City: Srinagar

We will start our day with a Shikara Ride. A Shikara Ride is a Gandola-type of a boat ride, which lasts for two hours. This kind of ride helps you to view the city from the interiors and have a look at the changing cityscape. This ride will also allow you to view the markets of the city and the wonderful floating gardens.

Next, we will help you to join the half-day Srinagar with Mughal garden. We will help you explore the beauty of the magnificent gardens and walk you through the history of the same. Next, we will help you to visit the Hari Parbat Fort, an iconic site in the city that overlooks the city, and Jama Masjid, which is one of the most important mosques in the city and was built by Sultan Sikandar. Apart from this, we will help you visit and walk through the old bazaars of the city, where you will find authentic handicrafts and clothes, home only to Jammu and Kashmir. Lastly, we will help you walk across the seven old bridges of the city and help you view the city at its best.

Day 07 Srinagar: same day excursion of Gulmarg

On your 7th day, we will help you visit the little and pretty town of Gulmarg. This city boasts the highest golf course in the world. The name of the town, Gulmarg, literally translates to a meadow of flowers in English. If the weather is clear, we will be able to help you assist you to have a spectacular view of the nearing mountains, including a view of the Nanga Parbat (26624 ft) and the Kashmir Valley.

Day 08 From Srinagar to Delhi (By flight)

On your 8th day with us, we will help you to fly to Delhi, the capital of India. Delhi is also known as the city of cities, as it has been destructed and rebuilt many times. Various rulers of the city changed how the city looked and changed the structure of the city. However, that has only added to the beauty of the city that we know as Delhi. From the oldest parts of the city, that house local stores and markets, to the newer parts of the city, Delhi is dotted with historical sites and monuments.

Day 09 Tour of New Delhi

Your 9th day with us starts off with a visit to Old Delhi, which was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1639 AD. Old Delhi is famous for the stores and markets, but the main attraction of this place is the massive choice of food items. After a filling experience in Old Delhi, we will help you to visit Raj Ghat, the place where the father of India, Mahatma Gandi, was cremated. Furthermore, we will help you explore and visit the museum nearby, which was built to commemorate him. After this, we will drive past the iconic Red Fort in the city, and ChandniChowk, one of the busiest markets of the city.

Then we will help you visit one of the largest and the biggest mosques in the country, the Jama Masjid. This mosque was built by Shah Jahan and is known for its architectural supremacy. Next, if you wish to visit ChandniChowk in a Rickshaw, we will help you do that. This market is always brimming with people and is full of stores that sell mouth-watering delicacies.

In the afternoon, we will stop and explore India’s largest minaret, the QutubMinar. This monument is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built by Turk ruler, Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak in 1192.

Next, we will help you visit the best preserved Mughal monument in the country, the Humayun’s tomb. This monument is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and houses the remains of Humayun, a Mughal ruler of the country. Our next stop in the city is, the India Gate, which is built in the memory of a fallen, unnamed soldier. Next, we will help you drive past various government buildings in the city as well as the Indian Parliment.

Our last stop in the city is the Laxminarayan Temple, which is dedicated to Goddess Laxmi and Lord Narayana. This temple was built by Raja Baldev Das and its primary attraction is its Orissan-style of architecture and curved towers of the temple.

Day 10 Flight to Jodhpur from New Delhi, travel to Jaisalmer

On your 10th day, we will help you board a flight from Delhi to Jodhpur. Once we get to Jodhpur, we will help you travel to Jaisalmer by road. The city of Jaisalmer is dripping with history and royalty. The most attractive part of the city are the many palaces, forts, and monuments in the city. Additionally, local art and culture are also some of the most attractive features of the city.

Once we get there, we will help you to travel to your pre-booked hotel.

Day 11 Tour of Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is also known as the ‘Golden City of India.’ Our day in the city will start with a visit to one of the oldest forts in the world, the Jaisalmer Fort. The fort is made completely from yellow sandstone. The fort is also called as “Sonar Quila” or "The Golden Fort," because when the sun rays fall on the fort, it shimmers as bright as gold because of the yellow sandstones. The fort boasts an amalgamation of classical Indian architectural styles with military styles. Next on our list for today’s explorations are the palaces of Maharwals. These palaces are famous for their ornamental beauty and intricate designs throughout the palace. The palace also houses the 5-storyTazia Tower, which we will help you explore.

Next, we will help you visit some of the most beautiful and wonderful havelis of the cities. Salimki Haveli is our first stop. This establishment has been under the care of the Mohta Family for decades. The most appealing feature of the haveli apart from the numerous balconies are the ornate pillars which are decorated with gold and silver. We will also help you visit and explore other havelis in the city, including Patwonki Haveli as well, which depicts an interesting form of architecture, considering the time it was built in. After this, in the afternoon we will help you travel to the bazaars of the city. Here, you will be able to find various handicrafts and different pieces of art as well. The bazaars will help you have a look at the craftsmanship of the local craftsmen. You will have the evening to yourselves; the car will be at your disposal as long as you stay within the city boundaries.

Day 12 Travel to Jodhpur from Jaisalmer

On your 12th day, we will help you travel to yet another royal city in Rajasthan. This city is the second-largest city in the state and is also known as the Blue City. The city has served as the capital for Marwar kingdom in the past.

Once we get there, after we help you check-in, we will help you explore the Meherangarh Fort. This fort is one of the largest forts in the country and boasts many features that cannot be found in any other fort. This fort is built on a low yellow sandstone hill, about 120 meters up. The fort contains many halls and palaces and boasts extremely thick, impregnable walls. Inside the fort, we will help you visit MotiMahal, which translates to Pearl Palace in English. MotiMahal was used for private audiences in the palace. Next, we will help you visit the beauty of PhoolMahal, which translates to Palace of Flowers in English. This hall served as a pleasure dome for the rulers.

Next, we will help you explore JaswantThada, which is made in the fond memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II by Sardar Singh. The structure of JaswantThada is constructed with thin, polished sheets of marble which sparkle in the sunlight. Lastly, we will help you explore Umaid Public Gardens, which includes the UmaidBhawan Museum and the Government Museum. The entire establishment was designed by Henry Vaughan Lanchester and houses a wide collection of various kinds of artifacts.

Day 13 Travel to Udaipur from Jodhpur

On your 13th day with us, we will help you travel to Udaipur and will help you explore the temples of Rankpurenroute. The temples of Rankpur are majestic and ornate. Out of all the Jain temples in the area, the Chamukha temple is the most popular one. The Chamukha temple houses 20 halls, and 1444 pillars, all of which are designed differently.

We will then continue on our way to Udaipur. The city of Udaipur is known to be the home of many brave warriors, including the Maharana Pratap Singh who fought the great Mughal emperor, Akbar. The city was named after and established by RanaUdai Singh in 1559.

Day 14 A visit to the historical places of Udaipur

The first stop on your 14th day with us will be the City Palace. The city palace in the city is located on the banks of the Pichola Lake. The palace was built by MaharanaUdaiMirza Singh in 1559 A.D. and has undergone various changes with contributions from various rulers of the past. Almost 400 years old, this palace is beautiful in every aspect.

We will help you visit the Jagdish Temple next, which was built by MaharanaJagat Singh. Built in the Indo-Aryan style, the temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple has been in use for worship since it was built. We will visit the BhartiyaLok Kala Mandir located near Chetak Circle next. The place is one of the most renowned museums of Udaipur, which will allow you to understand the culture better.

Our last stop in the city is Sahelionki Bari, which translates to Queen's resort for her friends. We will help you visit the local bazaars or any other place you wish to in the afternoon.

Day 15 Visit Jaipur from Udaipur

Next day, we will help you visit the pink city, Jaipur. The city is popular for various palaces, many havelis and various kinds of monuments. The capital of Rajasthan is loaded with various monuments, all of which are unique in their own rights. The city was established by Maharaja Jai Singh.

Our first stop in the city will be the majestic Maharaja City Palace. This royal palace has seven stories and includes the beautiful observatory, JantarMantar. The palace is the perfect amalgamation of three different architectural styles, namely the Mughal, Rajput, and European styles. JantarMantar is known for its collection of various tools and instruments, all of which has attracted various kinds of mathematicians and astronomers from the world.

Apart from this, we will help you visit the majestic Hawa Mahal, a palace that is known to house many windows. The insides of the palace are always cool and refreshing. Lastly, we will help you travel through the Pink Rose Garden and various business centers in the city. We will also help you to travel through the bazaars of the city, wherein you will be able to see the caliber of the local craftsmen and the mirrored work in various types of garments or even find beautiful carpets.

Day 16 Drive to Agra from Jaipur

Before we help you travel to Agra, we will make a trip to Amer Fort, which was also known as Amer Palace. The palace is designed beautifully and is made of red sandstone and marble. There are different sections in the palace, each with a courtyard. Furthermore, out of the many gates, Surajpol, the one which receives direct sunlight and the Chandpol, which is known for its extraordinary beauty are well-known. Another Gate, the Ganesh Gate, is also famous for its Goddess Sila Devi temple. Apart from this, the palace also includes SukhNiwas, where a pleasant environment is created because of the palace’s architectural make, Sheesh Mahal, which made out of many mirrors, Diwan-e-Khas, which is a hall for a private audience and Diwan-e-Aam, a hall for a public audience.

On your 16th day with us, we will help you visit the beautiful city of Agra. Before Delhi was crowned as the capital of the country, Agra had served as the capital of the Mughal empire. With the TajMahal located in the city, Agra Fort and other industrial areas of the city are a sight to behold. Enroute to Agra, we will help you to explore FatehpurSikri, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here you will visit, Jama Masjid, Salim’s tomb, the five-storied PanchMahal and BulandDarwaza, all of which are designed perfectly. The arched entrances are also a sight to behold. Space has many halls and palaces; we will help you explore all of these including the IbadatKhana, Mariam-uz-Zamani’s place, Birbal's house, and NaubatKhana. After your visit to FatehpurSikri, we will help you travel to Agra.

Day 17 Tour of Agra and Drive to Delhi

Situated on the banks of the River Yamuna, the former capital of the country used to be known as Akabarbad. The city has blossomed under the reigns of Mughal kings such as Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan. The first place to visit in the city is the beautiful monument of love, TajMahal, which also happens to be one of the seven wonders of the world. The white-marble monument has many gardens and chambers and minarets; we will help you explore all of these. Shah Jahan built this monument for his beloved wife, Queen MumtazMahal, who passed away. The monument was between the years 1631 to 1648.

Our next stop is yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Agra Fort. Agra Fort is built much like Red Fort. The fort boasts various well-maintained gardens and includes KhasMahal and Jahangir Palace. At Agra Fort, you will be able to visit the halls for Diwan-e-Aam and Diwan-e-Khas, which were halls for public and private audiences, respectively.

After your visit to Agra Fort, we will help you travel to Delhi airport, from where you would catch a homebound flight.


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