This tour package accommodates you to endure Rajasthan in all its different colours.
Colorful Rajasthan Tour is a 14 nights / 15 days tour package which takes you through the most beautiful destinations of Rajasthan like Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner and Mandawa. All these destinations promise to leave all spellbound with their beautiful attractions and colorful backdrop during your Rajasthan tour.
14 Nights / 15 Days
Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Mandawa
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Delhi International Airport.
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The Exciting Package Colorful Rajasthan Tour Will Make Your Vacation A Memorable Experience! On Arrival, Our Executive Will Greet You At The Airport Or Railway Station. He Will Transfer You To The Hotel. Check Into The Hotel And Have A Great Time. Overnight stay at The Hotel, Delhi.
Your Second Day Of The Enthralling 6 Days Delhi Agra Jaipur Tour Starts With Healthy Breakfast! Now Get Set For An Enjoyable Delhi Sightseeing Trip By Enjoying Visit To India Gate, President House, Parliament House, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Rajghat, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar And Lotus Temple. Enjoyable Overnight Stay At The Hotel, Delhi.
Today Is The Third Day Of The Mesmerizing Delhi Agra Jaipur To Be Covered In 6 Days. After Having Your Breakfast, Get Set For An Enjoyable Drive Towards The Historic City Of Agra! On Arrival Check Into The Hotel! Post Lunch, Enjoy Trip To Agra Fort. Overnight stay at The Hotel, Agra.
Today You Will Enjoy Visit To The Wonderful Taj Mahal Early In The Morning During Sunrise. Back To Hotel. After Having Your Breakfast, Get Set For An Enjoyable Trip To Itmad – Ud – Daulah (Baby Taj), Mehtab Bagh. Post Lunch, Get Set For Enjoyable Drive Towards The Pink City, Jaipur! The Stunning City Is Positioned In Rajasthan State Of India. The Drive Will Be Fatehpur Sikri Also Called As Ghost City. On Arrival Check Into The Hotel! Enjoyable Overnight Stay At The Hotel!
Start Your Day With Healthy Breakfast. Enjoy Visit To Palace Of Winds, City Palace, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal And The Architectural Wonder Amber Fort. Post Lunch Enjoy Visit To Chokhi Dhani Followed By Great Dinner! Enjoy Overnight Stay In The Hotel.
You’ll have time in Jaipur to take an early morning tour within the old city if you wish, before driving 3 hours or so out to Pushkar. This famous small town, built around the eponymous lake, is home to an important creation story in Hindu lore and also the site of one of only a handful of temples dedicated to Brahma. Something of a low-key destination, this is a great place to walk and explore without any set schedule. Most of the time Pushkar is a peaceful, even laidback place, but for a few weeks each year around early November it becomes a major trading hub as camel and cattle breeders from across North India (not to mention thousands of pilgrims) descend on the town for the annual camel and cattle fairs. Overnight in Pushkar.
Join a guide for morning sightseeing around Pushkar including the Brahma Temple and the sacred ghats around the lake before driving south into the Aravali Hills and the city of Udaipur. If you’re not put off by the idea of a little extra driving, and want to see another of Rajasthan’s most impressive forts, a detour to Chittorgarh can make a nice addition to the day. Picturesque Udaipur awaits at the end of the day. Overnight in Udaipur
Udaipur’s major sights (the intricately carved Jagdish temple, the rambling City Palace and Saheliyon-ki-Bari gardens) can be covered in the morning, leaving time for exploration of the many lanes and alleyways of the old city area in the afternoon. You might also like to take a boat ride on Lake Pichola, before dining at one of the many restaurants overlooking the lake. Overnight in Udaipur.
After breakfast, drive to Jodhpur- be sure to ask your driver to stop in the small town of Rohet where one of Rajasthan’s most famous snack-food empires has grown around a single stall, selling just one thing- deep fried, potato-and-mint stuffed sweet peppers. The queue is long, but the wait more than worth it! Continue into Jodhpur and settle in with later afternoon/evening exploration in the highly atmospheric old city area. Overnight in Jodhpur.
The Blue City of Jodhpur (light blue allegedly deters mosquitoes- please feel free to try it out) is famous for many things including bustling markets focused on textiles and spices, the beauty of Mehrangarh Fort and the highly atmospheric old city area. A recently-restored historic stepwell provides a social hub for locals, while the shopping in the old city is excellent. There are many NGO-supported craft co-ops operating around Jodhpur which are worthy of support and whose wares can be purchased from boutiques here. Overnight in Jodhpur.
Today you will leave the semi-arid lands around Jodhpur for true desert as you head towards the ‘golden city’ of Jaisalmer. Unlike the other forts of Rajasthan which are largely museums, or abandoned completely, Jaisalmer Fort is still home to a large population and as such is regarded as a living fort. It’s a 5 hour drive from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer, so you will likely arrive mid-afternoon, with free time later in the day. For environmental reasons, we don’t book hotels within the fort itself- the 12th century plumbing was never designed to cope with modern water-use and the fort is degrading as a result. We feel you can enjoy Jaisalmer just as much staying outside the fort, and ensuring that this incredible structure is preserved for future visitors to enjoy and marvel at. Overnight in Jaisalmer.
Sightseeing of Jaisalmer to start the day, with lots of time to explore the fort and interact with its inhabitants- wandering musicians, street chefs, craftspeople, sadhus and many more make their homes here. Later continue your tour with visits to other places of interest around the city- the sandstone havelis near the fort are particularly impressive. In the afternoon, visit the abandoned ghost town of Kuldhara before heading out to Khuri to see the sunset over the desert with options for a camel ride and cultural show with dinner also available. Overnight in Jaisalmer.
Your tour has now reached its westernmost point, and the long journey east back to Delhi begins today. Firstly drive around 4 hours to Bikaner, a desert outpost city famous for its impressive fort, rambling markets and camel farm. Visit these during the afternoon, with an optional detour to Deshnok and the infamous Karnimata ‘rat temple’ here. Overnight in Bikaner.
Your next destination is the unique Shekhawati region, dubbed by some as the largest open-air art gallery in the world. In many of the villages of this area, traditional merchants’ homes are decorated with mural paintings depicting desert and village life and culture. Overnight in Mandawa.
Further time to explore the towns and villages of Shekhawati in the morning, before the last leg of your trip, a 6-7 hour drive back into Delhi. Overnight in Delhi or depart late in the evening.