Rajasthan is a land where life in all its aspects comes alive in the brightest of colors. It is a land of valiant warriors and pretty damsels. It is a land rich in culture and tradition. At every step of our journey we will relive the experiences of the past and marvel at the glorious days when maharaja’s ruled and lived in splendour.
Arrive Delhi. Time permitting, short Delhi Darshan & o/n at Delhi
Delhi to Kesroli. O/n at Kesroli Hill Fort , a heritage hotel sitiuated in the midst of mustard fields in the erstwhile state of Alwar,
Kesroli to Mandawa / OR Nawalgarh. O/n at Castle mandawa, or ( Nawalgarh )a heritage hotel in the heart of the state of Jhunjhunu. Visit the famous painted Havelis of the Marwaris of this region
Mandawa to Khimser . O/n at Khimser Castle, another heritage hotel sitiuated in Naggaur district with a fantastic view of the rolling plains of Western Rajasthan
Khimser to Jaisalmer via Pokhran . Jaisalmer is sitiuated in the Thar desert of Rajasthan & is a fortress town sitiuated close to the border of Pakistan. It was built on the old trading route to Persia, Kazakhistan & up North to the erstwhile Russian sates of Eastern Europe.
Jaisalmer. Visit the fort, which is the only heritage yellow sandstone fort in India that still has a bustling township within its walls. Afterwards wander through the narrow streets of the old town & admire the intricately painted & carved Havelis & do some shopping of local merchandise
Jaisalmer to Jodhpur, through the desert landscape of western Rajasthan via Pokhran, the site of the first Indian nuclear test. Visit Meherangad fort & shopping
Jodhpur to Udaipur via Ranakpur & Kumbhalgarh. Ranakpur is a historic Jain pilgrimage center dating back almost 7 centuries, whilst Kumbalgarh is also a 14th century fort which has the distinction of never having been taken by the enemy
Udaipur. Visit city Palace, Car museum & silver market
Udaipur to Bijapur via Chittaurgarh. Chittaurgarh is famous for the many battles fought & also for being the stage for numerous mass Sati”s performed when all was lost in battle & the fort was on the verge of capture. This is a practice where the women throw themselves on a huge funeral pyre when all the men in the fort ride out to die in battle. O/n at Bijapur Castle
Bijapur to Bundi
Visit the fort & Palace at Bundi
Bundi to Jaipur
Visit Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal. Shopping in the evening