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4.All Transfers and Sightseeing throughout the tour by an individual Air Conditioned vehicle with English Speaking Driver.
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Day 1 – Arrival Delhi
After arrival at New Delhi our representative would receive you and would take you the hotel. After a royal welcome, check in to the hotel and overnight stay at the cosmopolitan city of India.
Day 2 Delhi-Agra
After an early breakfast, you would depart for an exciting tour of Agra, the city TAJ , check in to the hotel .After lunch you will be taken for the sightseeing tour of marble wonder Taj Mahal along with Agra Fort and Itmad –ud- Dualah’s tomb, the tomb of Empress Noor Jehan’s father. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 3 Agra –Jaipur
After breakfast, you would depart for Jaipur, visiting the sanctified tomb of Sheikh Salim Chisti – Fatehpur Sikri and Buland Darwaza, alleged to be the largest gateway in the world. It has a number of monuments ,palace and courtyards ,well designed by Akbar but had to be unpopulated due to insufficiency of water.Late after noon ,after arrival at Jaipur Check in to the hotel, after a royal welcome at the hotel, evening free free for leisure and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 4 Jaipur
This day after breakfast ,you would be taken for a rejuvenating tour of Jaipur. First of all visit Amber fort where you can have a Elephant ride. Then after move for a sightseeing tour of City Palace , where you could see the Chandra Mahal ,the City Palace Museum-a royal observatory with granite excessive instruments ,Hawa Mahal- a five story structure with honey comb carade .Then after visit the famous jewel factory –where accomplished artisans do the complicated work of jewel cutting and polishing. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 4 Jaipur- Kota
After breakfast you will move to Kota which is the largest Industrial town of Rajasthan. Here you will visit places like City Palace ,Fort ,Rao Madho Singh Museum ,island temple named Jagmandir situated at Kishore Sagar Lake, a paddle boat cruise in the lake, Govt. Museum and the well maintained famous gardens of Chambal and Chatter Bilas. Kota also famous for its sarees and minuscule paintings. Overnight stay at the Hotel.
Day 5 Kota –Bundi / Chittorgarh
Early morning after the breakfast, drive down to Bundi which is 36 km from Kota. This place is known for majestic Taragarh or Atar Fort built in Rajput architectural style and famous for its wall paintings. Along with the Fort you can visit the picture Gallery of Chatrasagar with paintings on traditional theme and Sukh Mahal. After Lunch driven to the hotel at Chittorgarh and overnight stay.
Day 6 Kumbalgarh
After an early breakfast ,you will be taken to Kumbalgarh ,where you would visit the well known Jain temple complex of Ranakpur enroute, also known for their 200 pillars all engraved in different way supporting 29 halls. Other temples to visit at Ranakpur is the temple of Sun God –which is known for its erotic monuments. Then after we will go on our visit to Kumbalgarh where you will take some rest and then visit the massive fort here that has yet been indomitable, has 36 km long and thick walls and seven gates and ramparts .Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 7 Jaisalmer
After the breakfast ,we will move to the medieval city of Jaisalmer ,well known for its engraved havellis-the ancient citadel on the Caravan route linking India with Persia and The Mediterranean. This architectural city was built by Jaisal, a bhatt Prince. Afternoon visit to the Gadisar Tank and large havellis, some of them named as Patwon ki Haveli Salim Shah ki Haveli and Nathamal ki haveli carved with traditional architecture. Evening for leisure and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 08 Jaisalmer
In the morning emabark for the half day tour of Jaisalmer Fort.In the afternoon visit to Kuldhera – a deserted habitat, and then to Sand dunes. Here Camal Safari will be arranged for you.You will move into the Caravan through the small ethnic villages and meet local villagers and experience the Spectacular Sun Set.Cultural Evening at Sand Dunes A typical Rajasthani village is created for this evening, mud walls gaily painted with an entrance, food stalls are built with thatched roofs where Rajasthani food is cooked in traditional earthenware pots. Here the guests are entertained with Rajasthani Folk Music and Dance.Back to the hotel and overnight stay there.
Day 9 Jodhpur
Early in the morning check out from the hotel and move for Jodhpur, the Sun City via Pokhran . In the afternoon after lunch you would visit the Bishnoi villages on the way where you could see the Black Deers –the famous asset of the villages. After reaching Jodhpur, check in to the hotel and then visit Mehrangarh Fort, one of the tremendous forts of Rajasthan. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 10 Jodhpur
After breakfast visits the magnificent tour of the Umaid Bhavan Palace and its museum – a treasure trove. Then drive down through the old city and past the Clock tower near the largest spice-bazaar in the sub-continent, visit Jaswant Thada Cenotaph, the royal cremation site.You can also have village safari by Jeep–a memorable outing, seeing traditional local handicrafts like stone makers ,pottery, women clad with ancestral silver jewellery etc. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 11 Jodhpur – Delhi
Check out from the hotel to catch the flight to Delhi for back home.
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