Blessed with natural beauty and a great history, Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer make this state as most sought after destination by Indian and International tourists alike. Every 3rd International tourist comes to Rajasthan and go back mesmerized with its rich heritage and culture. Joy Travels offers Rajasthan tour packages that covers some of the most popular and beautiful destinations of Rajasthan.
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The Rajasthan tour package covers Delhi, Agra, Jaipur. This 5 days Rajasthan tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided.
Hotel Accommodation On Breakfast
Vehicle as per Itinerary.
Transport Non A.C
Toll Tax, Parking, Driver Allowance
Camera charges / Jeep Camel / Elephant Ride charges.
Day 2 : Agra
Day 3 : Jaipur
Day 4 : Jaipur
Day 5 : Departure Jaipur
The Rajasthan tour package covers Jaipur, Ranthambor, Bharatpur, Agra. This 9 days Rajasthan tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided.
1 Night Accommodation in Agra.
1 Night Accommodation in Bharatpur.
2 Nights Accommodation in Ramthombore.
2 Nights Accommodation in Jaipur Hotel.
Daily Breakfast will be Provided in Hotel.
All Transfer & Sightseen by A/C Indigo/Dezire Car.
All A/C rooms on Twin Sharing.
Travel Insurance, Tips, Porterage
Applicable peak season surcharge
Expenses of Personal Nature
Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
Service Tax extra 3.9%
Day 2 : Delhi
Day 3 : Delhi - Agra (204 Kms -4 hrs)
Day 4 : Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Bharatpur (65 Kms- 1hrs)
Day 5 : Bharatpur - Ranthambhore (220Kms -4 hrs)
Day 6 : Ranthambhore
Day 7 : Ranthambhore - Jaipur (180 kms -3 hrs)
Day 8 : Jaipur
Day 9 : Jaipur - Delhi Departure
The Rajasthan tour package covers Rajasthan. This 15 days Rajasthan tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided.
Breakfast every day.
Non ac transports for transfers, sightseeing and long run.
English speaking guide.
Elephant ride at jaipur and boat cruise at udaipur and camel ride at Jaisalmer as per the itinerary.
Applicable peak season surcharge
Expenses of Personal Nature
Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
Service Tax extra 3.9%
Day 2 : Delhi
Day 3 : Delhi - Mandawa
Day 4 : Mandawa - Bikaner
Day 5 : Bikaner - Jaisalmer
Day 6 : Jaisalmer
Day 7 : Jaisalmer - Jodhpur
Day 8 : Jodhpur - Rohetgarh - Jodhpur
Day 9 : Rohetgarh - Ranakpur - Udaipur
Day 10 : Udaipur
Day 11 : Udaipur - Chittaurgarh - Kota
Day 12 : Kota - Bundi - Ranthambore
Day 13 : Ranthambore
Day 14 : Ranthambore - Jaipur
Day 15 : Jaipur
Day 16 : Jaipur- Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Day 17 : Agra - Delhi
Enigmatic Rajasthan, and immediately your thoughts ponder over a desert state, that intrigues the curious mind into imagining the chivalrous Rajputs of Jaipur, ,the lakes of Udaipur, the forests of Mount Abu, the Sisodias of Mewar ,the Kacchawalas of Amer, the Rathores of Marwar, and erstwhile royals with their resplendent of forts and palaces, collectively boasting of heritage tourism!
You actually wander through a mystic `gem of the desert` with its off-the-beaten track of small towns to the grand cities etched in eloquently splendoured marble, and that benevolent ride on a camel or song and dance of those splendid tribals! The camels, the elephants, the turbans and the haunting voices of the desert bards add up to make an irresistible whole! As Rajasthan is a huge expanse of land to be covered, these are some of the areas covered on a flexible basis towards this bewildered mission, on the Rajasthan Tour Package!
You would be ecstatic on your visit to the profusion of lavish `havelis’ in the ‘pink city’ of Jaipur, also called the `walled city’, with their arched entrances, carved balconies, coloured glass windows and painted inner chambers, such as Natan ki Haveli, Nawab Sahab ki Haveli and Rajputana Haveli. The Amer or the Amber Fort, where you may sit on that royal elephant to take you up to the entrance, is a beautiful near-golden fort-palace that tops the city, with a stunning complex of monuments, straddling hillside and reflected on the surface of the small Maota Lake. The brilliant-coloured gate Ganesh Pol is magnificent. The elegant floral ceiling of Jas Mandir and the tiny mirrors producing a starlit effect at Sheesh Mahal, the Sukh Niwas and the Jai Mahal are star attractions. Next to the entrance is the Shila Devi Temple with its huge silver doors. The City Palace is a medley of Mughal and Rajput styles, with courtyards, gateways, gardens and temples. The Mubarak Mahal which has been converted into Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum has a display of costumes, weapons, manuscripts and memorabilia! This effectively planned city boasts of its traditions and heritage with pride and the pink hue adds emotions and calm amidst the hustle and bustle!
It would be imperative to take a trip towards, Jantar Mantar, an observatory with an extraordinary collection of complex astronomical instruments and the Hawa Mahal, also called the Palace of Winds, having ornate sandstone windows which were used by royal women to watch processions through the perforated stone screens. The Albert Hall Museum , now called the Central Government Museum, is impressive with it vast collection of Indian arts and crafts including metalware, ivory and woodcarvings, jewellery, textiles, pottery, sculptures and paintings. Another evocative place is Galta, which is perched between cliff faces on a rocky gorge, and further surrounded by temples and sacred pools. On the ridge is the Sun Temple.
Ajmer, is famed for being a significant religious site, as faith and history, both have proclaimed it as the final resting place of, the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, with his preachings, `Be generous like a river, affectionate like the Sun, and hospitable like the Earth’, whose disciples included the Mughal Emperors. Hence secular tourists from around the globe visit the Dargah Sharif, to seek blessings in the name of `Maula’ and to pray for the fulfilment of their desires. The air around the area is thick with roses, incense and the fervour of prayer. Also known as Garib Nawaz, or the helper of the poor, This Saint was a giant figure on the Sufi map of the sub-continent. The Ajmer Dargah, is a complex full of many structures and encloses the Akbari Masjid and the Buland Darwaza. You may walk down a Congested alley to the left of the dargah entrance to have a look at the exquisitely carved Adhai-Din-ka-Jhonpra. There are some charming picnic spots and artificial lakes in Ajmer such as Ana Sagar, Ajaipal and Foy Sagar. Around Ajmer, tourists could visit Kishangarh , the centre of fine artistic tradition creating the most endeared miniatures, the popular paintings being called `Bani Thani Radha’. Another area closeby is the Badnor which has a Jai Mahal, a lakeside retreat that offers bewildering views of the surrounding hills. The Rathore Thakurs of this area have their Venetian glass collection on display here, and the Badnor Fort makes for a historical trip!
You could visit the Shekhawati region and get surprised by the imagination of its denizens being painted on the walls and havelis, rich with murals of princes and gods, steam and engines, even a ship with `Made with Germany’, written upside down on the hull, memsahibs on the haveli and angels going up in hot air balloons. Mandawa is a town with the most hotels. The Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli has murals with an exceptional variety of themes, such as scenes from the life of the owner with a fort in the background, mirror images of a tiger and a horse, a bird tending her eggs and a couple holding hands on a walk. In Bissau, at the Motiram Jasraj Sikhwal Haveli, not a single inch of the wall has been left unpainted. . Indian gods and goddesses dominate the canvas, but some royals can also be seen, rubbing shoulders with divinity. Mahansar, also closeby, was the business bastion of the Poddar family, and their head office called Sone ki Dukan, was so named because of the lavish use of gold in the murals inside, and is the `piece de resistance’ here. A place called Ramgarh boasts the largest number of murals in the whole of Shekhawati and the themes of gods, royals and Europeans continue here. Fatehpur is acclaimed for some impressive baolis, wells and joharas or reservoirs. The Singhania Haveli has four elephants cradling Lakshmi and painted dancing gopis. Nawalgarh is one of the busiest towns of Shekhawati within which the Poddar Haveli has been turned into a museum, and the murals have been restored to their original glory, being lustrous and shimmering as usual. It also exhibits the wedding costumes of Rajasthan. Ethnicity galore on the Rajasthan Tour Package!
There is plenty of wildlife to be explored at Ranthambore Sawai Madhopur and if the stars are in favour, the tourists might get to see that endangered species called the `tiger’, including the Ranthambore Fort and lakes. This wildlife sanctuary is pure magic with the ruins being smothered by roots, herons on lakes, a million myths about Raja Hamir and the glory days of the impregnable fort. The National Park is a grand holiday destination hosting jungle jeep safaris for tiger spotting and its movement along the trails is strictly monitored to ensure the least interference to animal movement in the park. Layers of history become tangible here as you stroll through ancient ruins, nature and contemporary village life!
Udaipur, located in Southern Rajasthan, hugging Lake Pichola is atmospherically picturesque, as the town boasts of lakes, lake palaces, mansions and gardens. The old city spreads in a maze of lanes, called the backyard, since it sits to the back of the City Palace, and is the centre of imagination of Udaipur as palaces and hills embrace its contours, havelis, houses and hotels, finding sustenance in its waters. You can spend some time in the City Palace, by the lakeside, laze in a rooftop restaurant and watch palaces afloat on the lake, wander in the galis and look at caparisoned elephants painted on houses. The City Palace is a huge conglomeration of palaces and the whole structure has maintained a graceful uniformity. The City Palace Museum is full of paintings of the Krishna deities of Mewa, and has the series of mahals and chowks displayed prominently as directions marked when you proceed to a world of luxury and indulgence within the entire complex. A Sound and Light Show is absolutely astounding!
The Crystal Gallery is really an extravagant and profligate display of wealth, possessing even crystal chairs, beds, sofas, glasses, dinner sets and also a bejewelled carpet. A launch ride on the Lake Pichola would take you to the Jagmandir Palace Island, where you get a crisp view of the valley and the surrounding hills making the boat trip more than worthwhile. After that splendid view and a unique experience on Lake Pichola, leave for Ranakpur.
From the desert area, you could take a short break to Mount Abu, a cool paradise which does justice to the charms of a mesmerising landscape, and it takes something to be special to be a lush hill station in a desert state, as there is a long history of Hindu mythology attached to the lakes, caves, temples and ashrams tucked away in these hills. Further there are dense forests and trekking trails vanishing into them, and the Delwara Jain temples where marble becomes rain, dew, fire, silk……..leaving all but tourist guides speechless. You could visit the Achalgarh Fort and the Guru Shikhar Peak. The Nakki Lake is the centre for most activities in Abu, and boating on the lake, as there are motorboats and rowboats as well, some of them shaped like swans.Apt for a holiday amongst your family, children and the crowds, the area is closely interspersed with forests, lakes and rocky terrain. If you go for paddle boating at sunrise and sunset with a sound oarsman, who after the mandatory rounds and view of Toad’s rock, can point out to you different birds by the shoreline. The Sunset Point has fabulous panoramic views, and also has an amusement park for children, a perfect family outing! You could visit other temples such as Vimal Vasahi Temple, Luna Vasahi Temple, the Pittahara Temple, the Chaumukha Temple and the Mahavira Temple. Mount Abu also has a wildlife sanctuary lined with champas, jasmine, mango and khajur trees that give the animals shade and cover and are weighed down with blooms and fruit. It is a birdwatcher’s paradise, with more than 250 species of birds. Leopard, chinkara, sloth bear, wild boar and hundreds of langurs are also seen here. The Achalgarh Fort comprises of ruins which preside over two temples, the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple which lays claim to a toe impression of Lord Shiva, and the Kantinath Jain temple, which emulate Delwara in the quantity of marble and sculpting.
You could visit the fabulous forts and palaces of Jodhpur as the Mehangarh Fort Museum offers splendid architecture, high-quality artefacts, well-lit displays, delicately worked sandstone apartments, wonderful collection of palanquins and howdahs, murano glassware, gilded wood, Chinese tiles and murals, miniature paintings and an opulent mix-and-match from different regions and historical periods that cover a large space. The Umaid Bhawan Palace is a magnificent representative of the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture, made of sandstone without using mortar and displaying royal artefacts such as crystals, clocks, crockery, memorabilia and whatever may have caught the royal fancy. It would be great to visit the Mandore Gardens which are known for the cenotaphs of the former rulers, built not as chhatris, but like temples.
Jaisalmer is another exotic destination for Indian and foreign tourists, as coming here is about getting close to the desert, with those rare and real cinematic changes of uninterrupted sand dunes. Camp here, take camel rides, sit by bonfires and enjoy local music and dance. Many of the buildings in this town have been made by stone carvers using similar sandstone as they bolster a rare image, ambience and and feel! The Jaisalmer Fort is a delicate castle built on a miniature, a sandstone barricade ringing the hilltop. Yellow stone towers all around, often becoming golden, and stone-paved passages wind through massive, intricately positioned gates. Residents of the oldest living fort go about their business while musicians play haunting tunes on the ravanhatta and tribal women sell jewellery to tourists. Walk about in the narrow streets of the Fort and soak yourselves in its character! The Raj Mahal, the Jain Temples, the Patwon ki Haveli complex are all exquisite architectural splendours, made of sandstone and adorned with elaborate facades, with the most skilful stonework done on the exteriors, displaying immaculate glory! You could take camel safaris on the Sam Sand Dunes where you could get a picture-postcard image of camels silhouetted against a setting sun, engulfed by glistening sand, as you could also roll yourselves on those glorious white mounds of clean dry sand!
The Rajasthan Holiday Package has two luxury trains, lending a touch of elegance to your travels, on the Palace-on-Wheels and the Royal Rajasthan-on-Wheels, with ambience befitting royalty and huge windows to let you enjoy the scenery undisturbed. You will be spoiled for cuisine and liquor in these trains, personalised service, luxurious cabins, besides an excellent spa and gym on board!
Rajasthan is stretched with vast shopping locales, throughout its huge expanse, for an extensive range of merchandise, such as clothes, sarees, linen and fabric in that ethnic and traditional `bandhini’, tye and dye , in cotton, silk, chiffon and georgette, pottery, lacquer, curios in semi-precious stones and ornated marble, paintings in `batik’ and varied art, crafted wooden furniture in vibrant colours and hand-painted, jewellery in gold, diamond and polki diamond, showcasing the gold and silver `thewa’ and `naqashi’ range,in addition to silver trinkets and authentic gems .
Visiting the Jewel of the Desert as Rajasthan is called, the place would entice your culinary desires with the earthy rustic core dishes such as dal bhatti, bajra roti and kheer, along with delicious Indian vegetarian food in desi ghee and minimal oil for all tastes, including a varied range of International dishes to entice tourist attraction!
Being a desert region with hot days and cool nights, the summer is unbearingly hot but a `Eureka’ enough, though in winter the pleasant days are definitely tempting and even the nights, though cold, are enjoyable, for an escapade! Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan with a lake, a mammoth Wildlife Sanctuary, a centuries’ old Achalgarh Fort, a temple carved out of solid rock, and many Jain temples including the charming complex of Dilwara Temples, a symphony in white marble, but resting at a phenomenal height above sea level, and having a salubrious climate.
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