Rajasthan at a Glance

17 Days


This programme has been design keeping in consideration that the programme must includes all the essences of Rajasthan and one can experience the authenticity of Rajasthan with Taj Mahal which adorn the tour in the end.

Rajasthan is the most colorful state in India and round the year there are fairs and festivals where one can really experience the culture and traditions of the particular community.  The massive forts and palaces of Maharajas give us the idea of Indian arts and richness. From the scenic of the lake city to the colors of Pink city each place has its own essence. Rajasthan is a state where each day is festival, with a dazzling display of colors. The legendary land strewn with tales of valor and sacrifices is an amazing assortment of history, culture, traditions, natural beauty, wildlife and friendly folks. It is a land of paradoxes and has an unusual diversity in all its – people, customs, culture, costumes, music, manners, dialects, cuisine and physiographic. There’s a rhythm, there’s a jest, a passion, a spirit of romance valor, a feel of being on with the blonde landscape.  04 days of trekking through the forest have a chance to encounter the wildlife. Camel Safari / Trekking in Thar Desert to experience the life in Indian Desert. From textile to semi- precious stones to handicrafts, it has a mind- boggling variety of items.


  • Visiting beautiful cities like Udaipur, Jodhpur, Pushkar, Jaipur and Agra
  • Ranthambore National park renowned for tiger sighting
  • Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary a Heritage site and Paradise for Birds lover
  • Mesmerizing sand dunes of Kimsar
  • 02 days trekking in Aravali range
  • Famous Jain Temples of Ranakpur


Arrive Delhi early in the morning transfer to the hotel. Later in the forenoon transfer to the Airport to connect the flight to Udaipur. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.
Overnight at the Hotel
Meals – B

Day 3 :

Full day sightseeing of Udiapur.
Udaipur : Set on the shores of Pichola and surrounded by Aravali hills. A capital of Mewar state. The beautiful palaces around the lake, culminating, in the city palaces, one of the largest palaces complexes in the world. The lake itself is a romantic setting, and on its shores are gleaming white lake palace and the Jag Mandir.
The city palace comprises many buildings added at different times by various Maharajas. Moti Mahal with mirror inlay, the Chini ka chitra Mahals iridescent tile work, and the nearby Jagdish temple (Lord Vishnu temple). A boat ride around the lake Pichola offers the spectacular views of the city, the royal hunting lodge and the exquisite Gul Mahal pavilion on Jag Mandir will be some of the places we shall be visiting.
Overnight at the Hotel
Meals – B

After breakfast 02 hours drives brings us to Ranakpur which is situated in the lap of the Aravalis mountain ranges where the nature is surprisingly different in this part of Rajasthan, with rocky hills and plentiful greenery in the narrow fertile valleys. The Persian wheels are still used for irrigation.
Ranakpur is also one of the five main holy places of the Jain communities. There are over 500 years old temples that are in good condition. The main temple is dedicated to the first Jain Saint, extensive in architecture, is located in a quiet and picturesque valley, deep in the Aravalis, and has 1444 pillars, 80 domes and 29 halls. Every pillar is different and is very beautifully carved. These temples open for tourist only after 1 PM every day. Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals – B,L,D

After breakfast we drive hardly 15 minutes to the starting point of our trek. . First we walk in the forest. We come out form the forest and hit the road from here we take the pilgrim way and walk up hill to one of the famous temple of Pashuram. In order to reach to the road from temple we have to use the stairs which will take 45 minutes. On the way of this trek we shall be encounter to one of the most famous tribe of the area called Bheel who helped Kings of Udaipur specially Maharana Partap. The whole walk will be approximately 5 hours (Including rest).
After finishing the trek we drive 30 minutes to Kumbhalgarh.
Later in the afternoon we shall be visiting the magnificent fort of Kumbhalgarh and in the evening witness the light show in the fort.
Kumbalgarh, Cradled in the cluster of thirteen mountain peaks of the Aravali ranges, the formidable medieval citadel – Kumbalgarh stands a wary sentinel to the past glory. Rising from the prominent ridge, 1914 meters high from the sea level, the fort was built in 15thcentury A.D. The massive fort, encompassed by a 36 km long wall, has seven majestic gates and seven ramparts, on e within the other. Rounded bastions and soaring watch towers strengthen the crenellated walls of the fort making it an impregnable structure.Within the fort are many magnificent palaces and an array of ruined temples. The ancient ruins of the temples within the fort date back to the Mauryan period built during the reign of the grandson of the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka who belonged to the Jain community. Most of the ruins in Kumbalgarh are of the Jain temples of various periods. Kumbalgarh provides an excellent view of the countryside where many fierce battles were fought. Overnight at the Hotel
Meals – B,L,D

Today our walk is slightly longer nearly 06 hours including rest. Today we start early and will be going down the hill for most of our trek. And stop over for lunch at Crocodile Lake. It’s a beautiful lake in the middle of the reserve area, also a paradise for the bird watchers. After lunch we go through some small tribal settlements and fields where we can see the locals working in their fields and the shepherds. Overnight at the Hotel
Meals – B,L,D

4 hours drive takes us to Jodhpur. We start early morning which is always considered as the best time to travel and to take the photographs of the villagers working in their fields. Upon arrival, transfer to the Hotel. Later we visit the Forts and the other beautiful and interesting sights of Jodhpur.
Jodhpur is one of the great desert kingdoms of old. This is the former capital of Marwar state which was founded by Rae Jodha who claimed descent from Lord Rama (the hero of the great Hindu epic Ramayana). The massive 15thCentury fort-Mehrangarh-came first and around it grew the city Jodhpur protected by a high stone wall with seven gates and countless bastions. The two most memorable stops here are the Mehrangarh fort and the Umaid Bhawan palace. The fort is very impressive spreading over 5 km and looking down from about a height of about 125 meters. Overnight at the hotel.
Meals – B

After breakfast we first drive nearly 1.5 hour to a beautiful village Osian which is well renowned for its ancient temples the their rich craftsmanship. It is also known as “Khajuraho of Rajasthan”. It is the home of some of the ruined Brahmin and Jain temples dating from 08th to 11th centuries. After spending time in this beautiful place we drive another 1 hour Khimsar. Upon arrival we shall check in into the camp/ resort.
Later camel ride on the sand dunes of Khimsar. Thar Desert. Since 16th century that offers exhilarating experience. The Khimsar nestled amidst sand dunes that seem to roll into eternity. It is truly remote, rural and romantic. Rustic in appearance, in consonance with the surroundings. Later we come back our Camp/ Resort.
Overnight at the Hotel
Meals – B,L,D

After having leisurely breakfast we drive 04 hours to Pushkar.
Pushkar: Pushkar, the picturesque pilgrim city nestles among the majestic Aravali hills and is considered to be one of the most sacred pilgrimage for Hindus and is rendered incomplete without a holy dip in the sacred water of Pushkar Lake. The holy land is dotted with over 400 sacred shrines of immense religious importance, the most important being the temple of Lord Brahma which is only one of its kind in India. The beautiful Pushkar Lake has 52 bathing places (ghats) around the lake. This interesting place becomes even more interesting and lively during the annual Pushkar Fair which is the largest Cattle Fair in India and is perhaps the most colourful Animal Fair in the world. Pushkar comes to live during the fair and the environment is truly electrifying. Men in their colourful turbans and women wearing colourful costumes browse through the roadside stalls selling snacks, sweetmeats, ice crushers, bangles, brass wares, camel saddles and halters etc. the list becomes endless. All roads lead to the sacred lake and it seems as if a tide of vibrant colours is flowing through the town. Various cultural events like camel-cart races, horse races, donkey races are organized which prove to be a great entertaining experience. After the eventful day as the sun sets behind the hills, the entire atmosphere reverberates with the sound of bells and prayers in the temples. At night hundreds of small oil lamps are burnt and placed in green leaves and floated in the lake after the prayers and the lake seems to be illuminated with lamps. The view is simply mesmerizing and is to be seen to believe. Cultural programmes like folk dances, skits and folk music are also organized in the evening for the entertainment.
Overnight at the hotel
Meals – B, D

After breakfast we drive 03 hours to Jaipur. Upon arrival check-in to the hotel. After lunch we start our sightseeing visiting Jantar Mantar and City Palace.
Jaipur: One of the most important magnets for visitors to India, the “pink city” of Jaipur and nearby Amber fort. Visitors can find all the exotic majesty of the Indian princely states ruled until recently by the bejeweled, Elephant riding maharajas. This city was considered a marvel of town planning and drew the peace loving merchants and craftsmen to its wide streets and shopping areas which were earmarked for them. Traditional crafts like Jewelry, metalwork, enameling, tie dye, stone carving pottery, leather work and miniature painting patronized by the rulers in the 18th century still continue to thrive to this day. It is a city with a timeless quality to it, a city where the ancient and the modern coexist in complete harmony. The palace of winds “Hawa Mahal” is a remarkable structure which overlooks one of the main streets and also provides some excellent views of the city. In the not-too-distant past, ladies of the court found it convenient to watch the activities on the streets below without being observed themselves. Dedicated to lord Krishna, it is shaped like a crown, which adorns the lord’s head. It has over 900 niches and is quite an unusual structure the likes of which are not to be found anywhere else.
We shall be visiting Amber Fort. Amber was the ancient capital of the region. Now a deserted complex, it however still recalls it’s hey days in the majestic ramparts rising steeply along the contoured hillsides. Here Elephants still carry visitors in stately splendors to the main Palace through unusually high gateways obviously designed to accommodate this archaic mode of transport. We also visit the city palace and its Museum. Half of the part of the city palace still remains the residence of the Jaipur Royal family, the Jantar Mantar an 18th century observatory and the legendary Hawa Mahal.
Overnight at the hotel.
Meals – B

Morning sightseeing of Amber Fort. Later drive to Ranthambore which is 04 hours drive. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel.
Overnight at the hotel.
Meals – B, D

Day 12 :

Today we do two jungle safaris, one early in the morning and second in the afternoon after lunch.
Ranthambore: The Tiger reserve spreads over an area of 392 sq.kms of dry deciduous and tropical thorn forest. The Jungle is considered to be one of the best sites to observe and photographing the majestic tiger. Other animal in the park includes leopard, Hyena, fox, jungle cat, sloth bear, different species of deer’s including the biggest in the family “Sambhar”, blue bull and Chinkaara. Wild Boars and languars (Black faced monkeys) are a common sight in this reserve. There are over 300 varieties of birds in the sanctuary. The commonly sighted birds include pea fowls, parakeets, partridges, storks, egrets, flycatchers, eagles and owls. Some rare birds like the black eagle and the crested hawk eagle can also be seen here. There are several lakes in this reserve which houses crocodiles which are very commonly seen.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals – B, L, D

After breakfast drive 04 hours to Bharatpur. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later in the afternoon we will visit the Park by cycle Rickshaws.
Bharatpur the Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan is the birds Kingdom!! The beautiful forest popularly known as Bharatpur Birds Sanctuary or Keoladeo Bird sanctuary is spread over in an area of 40 sq Km and also features in the UNESCO’S list of world Heritage site is a unique bird place and a true delight of bird watchers.. The Park has an estimated population of 375 species of birds, numerous mammals and reptiles. With the onset of winter, migratory birds from all over world come here. They arrive by August and leave in February. These migratory birds include Coot Snipes, Spanish Sparrow, Red Crested Porhard, Rosy Pelican and Flamingo. The special attraction, however, remains the arrival of the rare Siberian Crane. The park is also rich in Pythons, Spotted Deer, Sambhars, Blue Bull, Black Buck, Jackals, Otters, Fishing Cats, and Monitor Lizards. There are well-defined treks, which can easily be covered on foot or on a cycle Rickshaw. The sanctuary not only attracts birds from India but also from places like Europe, Siberia, China and Tibet. Cycle Rickshaw pullers are very well trained and have very good knowledge of birds.
Overnight at the Hotel
Meals – B, D

After having early breakfast half an hour’s drive brings us to the city of Victory “Fatehpur Sikri”. This place was the capital of Mughul Emperor Akbar for a short span of 16 years. In the tine original hamlet of Sikri a holy hermit named Shaikh Salim Chisti prophesied that the Emperor would father three sons. When the predictions came true, Akbar was so persuaded of the Shaikh’s piety and Sikri’s sanctity that he built his new capital there in commemoration of this benediction.
Later an hour’s drive brings us to Agra. In the afternoon we shall be visiting Agra fort. The fort is built the western bank of the River Yamuna; Akbar’s magnificent fort dominates the centre of the city. The site was originally used by the son of Sher Shah a Mughal Emperor, but the present structure owes its origins to Akbar who erected the walls and gates and the first building inside.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals – B

After breakfast we will visit Taj Mahal.
Agra is the home of the Taj Mahal – The city of Agra, the quintessence of the grand Mughal era, reigns to this day in the public mind as the embodiment of royal grace, imposing architecture and power. The Taj Mahal mausoleum for Empress Mumtaz Mahal, built by her beloved husband shah Jahan, the Taj Mahal is often described as a ‘dream in marble’.
Later in the afternoon 05 hours drive to Delhi. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals – B

After having leisurely breakfast, proceed for full day combined sightseeing of Old and New Delhi. The modern treasures we will see are the house of parliament, president’s house, Qutab Minar and India gate a memorial to India’s soldiers. We will also visit the Hindu temple Birla Mandir, Sikh Temple – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara and the biggest mosque – Jama Masjid. The bustling old city of Delhi with its Mughal fort contrasts with and now the capital of the largest democracy in the world.
Later in the evening after Dinner, transfer to International Airport to connect the homeward flight.
Meals – B

Day 17 :
Arrive Home

Inclusions / Exclusions


  • Air-conditioned Car / Coach Transportation throughout the tour as per programme mentioned above.
  • Tourist Class comfortable Air-conditioned Hotel accommodation with breakfast provided throughout the tour as per programme.
  • Accommodation based on two persons sharing a room. In most of the places we shall be using Family running accommodations.
  • Meals included as per abbreviations as above programme: B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.
  • Language speaking guide if available otherwise good English speaking guide at all places for local sightseeing’s as per programme.
  • One qualified Language Speaking Tour Escort throughout the Tour.
  • All entrance fees at all places.
  • All necessary permits for trekking.
  • Domestic flight Delhi–Udaipur.
  • All government taxes
  • Our professional charges.


  • The price do not include any expenditure of personal nature such as table drinks, mineral water, laundry, telephone calls, meals were not included, tips to room boys, camp staff, drivers, evacuations of any casualty, medicines, camera fee if any and all those services which are not listed above. Tipping is customary in India.


Cancellation Policy

Cancellations prior to 30 days from the start of the trip

We shall charge only the services which are paid and non-refundable and our professional charges on the actual basis. This means we will pay you nearly 90% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation between 24 days and 14 days to the start of the trip

We will refund you 70% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation between 14 days and 10 days to the start of the trip

We will refund you 50% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation less than 10 days to the start of the trip

It will be calculated and hence the refund is initiated.

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Rajasthan at a Glance
  • October to March. During these months it is going to be very pleasant. However in December till February the morning and evening could be cold as this is the winter season. But during the day it is going to be warm and pleasant. December and January could bring Fog In places like Delhi and Agra in the forenoon.
  • 12 noon
  • Meals as per marking shown in the itinerary (B, L, D) on each day. B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner.
  • 02 days
  • 17 days
  • We shall not be liable for any accidents, death or injury caused due to bad weather, natural calamity, and loss of baggage, accidents or any other reason beyond our control. Participants are advised to insure themselves against all travel risks.