Day : 1 Arrive Delhi
We welcome's you at the Delhi Airport and transferr'ed to hotel where your stay has been arranged. Since you arrive in the evening, you can just relax in the hotel or go around to experience the nightlife of Delhi.
Day : 2 Delhi in Delhi
Since Delhi has various places to explore, there is a whole day dedicated to this historic city. visit the bustling streets of Chandni Chowk in the morning. You can indulge in shopping as well, if you feel like, from the innumerable shops selling jewellery, clothes, electronics, spices and much more. You then visit Jama Masjid, one of the biggest mosques in the country that can house more than 20,000 people at once. A rickshaw ride through the chawls and bylanes of Chandni Chowk is a sight in itself.
From there, you visit Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, the biggest Sikh temple in Delhi. From here, you can have your lunch in the community hall, along with hundreds of other people. Post lunch, you visit India Gate, a war memorial for the soldiers of British Indian Army who fought in World War II. Then, we drive past Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House) and Parliament having a glimpse at two the most important government buildings in India. Eevening, visit Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar, both prime examples of Mughal and Indo-Islamic Architecture respectively. You may have your dinner from a restaurant or back at the hotel.
Day : 3 Delhi - Agra (4 Hrs Journey)
Early hours of the morning, you leave Delhi for Agra, the old capital of the Mughal Empire.
Here you get to see the majestic Agra Fort that has massive fortifications, making it almost impenetrable. The Fort has different royal palaces, expansive courtyards and private mosques as well. You then visit the ‘Baby Taj’, an important figure in the ministry of the Mughal Empire. It was from this tomb that the Mughal Emperor got inspiration to build the Taj Mahal.
Day : 4 Agra - Jaipur (5 Hrs Journey)
Morning, we take you to the magnificent Taj Mahal, resting on the banks of river Yamuna. Witnessing the white structure during the sunrise is a sight that you cannot forget so easily. The thousands of artisans did some of the best work of all time to make this structure the way it is. You can notice their hard work and talent in the intricately designed lattice and design works using semi-precious stones. Enjoy the spectacle and explore the complex until noon.
There after we leave for Jaipur. En-route we will take you to the Abhaneri stepwell, an ancient stepwell that is more than a thousand years old. Once you reach the hotel, you may rest there and have the Local Rajasthani delicacies.
Day : 5 Day in Jaipur
Day 5 in the tour takes you to different places in Jaipur, starting with Amber Fort. The fort, based on top of a hill, allows you to get the view of the city of Jaipur, which makes a great picture to remember. The fort is built on 4 different levels, with each level having its own courtyard, palaces and temples. From there, you stop at Jal Mahal for a few minutes to take pictures of the palace built in between a lake.
The next stop is the current palace of the royal family, the City Palace with it's breath-taking pieces of architecture like Chandra Mahal, Sheesh Mahal and much more. You will be left spellbound by looking at the scale of the construction. Post the Palace visit, you get to explore Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar as well, before having some fun in the local street markets of the Pink City in the evening. The markets offer you an opportunity to buy some authentic traditional handicrafts, jewellery and clothes that are unique to Jaipur.
Day : 6 Jaipur - Bikaner (6 Hrs Journey)
The sixth day involves a six-hour drive that takes you to the city of Bikaner.
Upon arrival, you visit the Junagarh Fort, one of the few forts in Rajasthan that is not built on a hill. The façade at the eastern entrance is enough to marvel you and the interiors of the fort has much more to offer in the shape of different palaces, like Anup Mahal, Phool Mahal and Chandra Mahal among many others. After the sightseeing, you rest at the hotel room for the night.
Day : 7 Bikaner - Jaisalmer (6 Hrs Journey)
In the morning hours, you go to the Lalgarh Palace Museum to witness some of the best-preserved mural paintings, artefacts, armoury and other such possessions of the royals from yesteryear. The Jain temple and the royal cenotaphs are the other attractions in the place.
Around noon, you will leave for the next destination in the tour, Jaisalmer. Since you will be reaching after sunset, you may rest at hotel in the night.
Day : 8 Day in Jaisalmer
You spend a whole day in the desert city of Jaisalmer, starting with a visit Jaisalmer Fort, as generally called. It is one of the few fort cities in the world where people still reside. The Raj Mahal Palace, the various Jain temples and different gates are the highlights of the fort. From here, you next visit the string of havelis that displays the rich influence of Rajasthani architecture through them. Gadisar Lake is another tourist attraction of the city and is the water's main source the people as well.
In the evening, you get to enjoy a camel ride through the Thar Desert and then camp under the night sky.
Day : 9 Jaisalmer - Jodhpur (5 Hrs Journey)
You leave for Jodhpur in the morning to reach the city by noon.
After lunch, you get to visit one of the biggest forts in the country, Mehrangarh Fort. You need the rest of the day to explore the different palaces, temples, lakes and museums situated in the complex. The museum, through its different artefacts and antiques tells you a brief story of how the royals lived there. Also visit Jaswant Thada, Clock Tower, Sardar Market and Mandore Garden. When you visit the Clock Tower, located in Sardar Market, you can indulge in some shopping. Mandore Garden lets you get some beautiful pictures of the variety of flora present in the garden.
Day : 10 Jodhpur - Udaipur (6 Hrs Journey)
Todya, you reach Udaipur, you should rest for the night in the hotel.
Have a good time by relaxing in the spa.
Day : 11 Day in Udaipur
The first thing you visit in the morning is the City Palace of Udaipur, based on one side of the Lake Pichola. The palace built in 1553 has a ton of antiques and valuables to help us understand how the royals lived in the city of lakes. The Jagdish Temple is another top tourist attraction in the city.
You can enjoy a beautiful boat ride in the Lake before visiting the Jag Mandir Island to visit the palace, located on an island.
Day : 12 Udaipur - Delhi (by flight)
You either fly for other destionaion or fly back to Delhi to get back home.