The landscape of Rajasthan is extremely varied, ranging from the desert sand dunes to the lofty hills of the Aravallis. These little-visited hills are one of the oldest ranges in the world and are ideal for walking holidays. There are beautiful meadows, dense forests, lake and waterfalls as well as an array of birdlife. We also visit the historic Kumbhalgarh fort, the romantic Taj Mahal.


  • ● Famous Havelies in Mandawa
  • ● Junagarh Fort, Karni Mata Rat Temple in Bikaner
  • ● Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur
  • ● Bharatpur Birds Sanctuary
  • ● Taj Mahal
  • ● Hawa Mahal and Amber Fort-Palace, Jaipur

Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Khariya - Rajputon Ki Dhani - Jhamba - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Mount Abu – Udaipur – Pushkar – Jaipur - Bharatpur - Agra – Delhi

October to March

Day 1: Arrive Delhi
On arrival in Delhi, the guest will be met by our office representative and transferred to hotel. Afternoon to explore the city of Old Delhi & New Delhi visiting Red Fort, Jamia Mosque, India Gate, Government buildings and Qutab Minar.

Day 2: Delhi - Mandawa
After breakfast we drive to Mandawa. Later in the afternoon explore the local village and its Havelies famous for its frescos paintings.

Day 3: Mandawa - Bikaner
After breakfast depart for Bikaner. Later in the afternoon city tour of Bikanar visiting Junagarh Fort, Karni Mata Rat Temple & Camel breeding farm.

Day 4: Bikaner - Camel Trek Starting Point at Nokhra - Khariya
Drive to Nokhra. Here we meet our pre-arranged camel safari arrangements. Camels ride up to Khariya.

Day 5: Khariya - Rajputon Ki Dhani
Camel ride up to Rajputon Ki Dhani en-route visit tribal houses of Vishnu's.

Day 6: Rajputon Ki Dhani - Jhamba
Camel ride up to Jhamba en-route visit tribal houses at Dadruwala and Meghwalon Ki Dhani. Evening enjoy folk dance show at the camp.

Day 7: Jhamba - Jaisalmer
Morning camel ride around Jhamba, also visit Jhamba Temple. Later drive to Jaisalmer en-route visit Pokaran fort.

Day 8: In Jaisalmer
Leave for sightseeing of Jaisalmer to visit Fort, Havelies and Jain Temples. Later in the afternoon proceed to visit Jain Temples and watch sunset from the dunes, as the sky is set on fire.

Day 9: Jaisalmer - Jodhpur
Depart for Jodhpur, upon arrival check-in to hotel. Evening take a Tonga Rickshaw ride of the town to visit Clock Tower, Vegetable & Spice Market.

Day 10: In Jodhpur
Full day city sightseeing tour visiting Mehrangarh Fort, jaswant Thada and Mondore Garden.

Day 11: Jodhpur - Mount Abu
Drive to Mount Abu en-route visit Jain Temples at Ranakpur. The hill resort of Mount Abu is renowned for the Jain temples of Dilwara, often have been compared to the Taj Mahal for their sheer elegance and beauty in marble.

Day 12: In Mount Abu
Mt. Abu offers some good day-treks to nearby places. Achalgarh offers superb views of the surroundings. The famous Achaleshwar temple here is believed to have Shiva's toe print. Guru Shikhar, set at an altitude of 1,720 metres, is the region's highest peak and offers good views especially at dawn.

Day 13: Mount Abu - Udaipur
Depart for Udaipur en-route visit Kumbalgarh Fort. Upon arrival check-in to hotel. Later in the afternoon enjoy boat rides on Lake Pichola.

Day 14: In Udaipur
Full day city sightseeing tour of Udaipur. Morning visit City Palace & Jagdish temple. Afternoon visit Saheliyon - Ki - Barib and evening is set free at leisure.

Day 15: Udaipur - Pushkar
Drive to Pushkar en-route visit Dargah at Ajmer, popular pilgrimage center for the Hindu's as well as Muslims. Pushkar, the abode of Lord Brahma. Pushkar Lake is a sacred spot for Hindus. During the month of Oct/Nov devotees throng in large number here to take a dip in the sacred lake.

Day 16: In Pushkar
Full day to explore Pushkar Lake, Bramaha Temple (God of Creation) & its surroundings.

Day 17: Pushkar - Jaipur
Morning after leisurely breakfasts depart for Jaipur. Arrive in the early afternoon and check-in hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure or exploring the bustling bazaars.

Day 18: In Jaipur
Full day to explore Jaipur and places around. We visit the Palace of the Winds, Amber Fort. The Fort is a superb example of Rajput architecture, City Palace (still a royal residence), at the Jantar Mantar (Observatory), learn how it was constructed to measure 'the harmony of the heavens', a concept dear to Hindus as they believe their fated souls move to its rhythms.

Day 19: Jaipur - Bharatpur
Depart for Bharatpur Birds Sanctuary. Afternoon take a cycle rickshaw ride inside the park.

Day 20: Bharatpur - Agra
Depart for Agra en-route visit Fatehpur Sikri. Upon arrival in Agra check-in at hotel. Afternoon visit to Taj Mahal.

Day 21: Agra - Delhi
Early morning re-visit to Taj Mahal, return to hotel. Before continuing to Delhi we visit Agra Fort and Sikandra Tomb. On arrival in Delhi meet our representative and departure transfer for onward journey.

Indian Visa
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Health Requirements
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Generally most tours enlist the Health- risks if there are any.
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