This meticulously handcrafted tour takes you through culturally rich destinations of Rajasthan. The tour will start in the capital city of Delhi. While exploring the bustling market of Old Delhi you will get a chance to fill your palate with Delhi’s delectable cuisine.
From Delhi you will head towards the pink city of Jaipur. Dotted with several forts, palaces and pink-hued buildings the place seems to cast a magical spell through its rich culture and heritage. During your stay in Jaipur you will visit the stunning architecture of City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and Amber Fort.
Pushkar will be the next destination in focus. Nestled around the Pushkar Lake, the place carries the oldest temple of Lord Brahma. It is also world renowned for its spectacular Camel Fair which takes place in the Hindu month of Kartika (October or November).
Approximately four hours from Pushkar lies the blue city of Jodhpur. Ringed around the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, the blue city is entangled with winding, glittering, medieval streets, leading you to ancient temples, the rose garden, or markets selling beautiful saris and decoration pieces.
Jaisalmer will be our next destination. Founded in the 12th-century by Maharawal Jaisal Singh of the Bhati Rajput clan, the city is strategically located on the busy caravan trade route between Afghanistan and Central Asia. One can come across several forts and Havelis constructed using golden-yellow sandstone—displaying a spectacular example of Rajasthani masonry.
Located 5 hours drive from Jaisalmer, the vibrant city of Bikaner will unveil the rich and colourful culture that thrives in this dust-swirling desert town. One can enjoy camel riding while passing through the ancient temples, palaces and the magnificent Junagarh Fort.
Mandawa is the last destination of this enthralling trip. The smallest town of Rajasthan, the place is dotted with numerous havelis including Murmuria Haveli, Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli, Bansidhar Newatia Haveli, and the Chokhani Double Haveli, as well as the Harlalka Well, and Open Air Art Gallery.