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Rajasthan Holidays Tour

Duration: 18 Nights - 19 Days

Places to Visit: Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur - Pushkar - Jaipur - Bharatpur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Day 1: Delhi

Ahead arrival at International Airport you are meet and transferred to your pre-booked Hotel. In the lead arrival at the hotel you are received with a customary welcome from Inter India Tours ‘s envoy . Take it easy of the day complimentary.

Day 02: Delhi

After morning we visit Old Delhi - built in the 17th century by Shah Jehan the wonderful. Primary we will be visiting the well-known Jama Masjid mosque with it. courtyard, three arenas and two minarets, and then go on to the huge complex recognized as the Red Fort.Afternoon will stopover Lakshmi Narayan Temple, a stunning structure that's just 60 years old , and then carry on via India Gate and the Governmental structure to Qutab Minar, the 242 foot tower built in 1190 to honor the influx of Islam in India, the Bahai Temple with its nine pools on an elevated stage, and the Crafts Museum, which replicates and Indian street with over 50 artists and craft-people at work. Overnight to stay at the Hotel.

Day 03: Delhi - Mandawa (260 Kms - 6Hrs)

Following breakfast we carry on our drive towards Mandawa the spirit of the Thar Desert which second-hand to be a medieval Indian buy and sell city and still has wonderfully preserved houses of medieval Indian traders in characteristic Rajput style - wooden doorsmud plastered walls and floor, bamboo thatched roofs, and ethnic decor etc. Overnight to stay at Hotel.

Day 04: Mandawa - Jaipur

Subsequent to breakfast we carry on our drive towards Bikaner . The proceed is through desert country, with scanty flora. Upon influx check-in to the Hotel. The continual repetitiveness of the desert is broken by the fort and palaces of Bikaner.The city's divinity is Karni Mata.The temple devoted to her provides refuge to mice in the belief that those who hand out the goddess are reborn as mice. Other places of interest are the Junagarh Fort and the Lalgarh Palace and sunset visit Local markets etc. Overnight to stay at Hotel.

Day 5: Jaipur - Agra (232 Kms)

Subsequent to breakfast nowadays we drive towards Jaisalmer . a charming city rising from the heart of the Thar Desert like a golden hallucination. The strong fort etched in yellow sandstone stands in a number of splendor, dominating the amber - hued city. A visit to Jaisalmer is a must for any traveller to Rajasthan. Here, on the border of the desert, is a bustling middle from where one can trek crossways the beautiful stretches of sand on camels or, paradoxically, enjoy the nearby lakes and reservoirs. Few places in India could rival the medieval attraction and magnificence of Jaisalmer. The rich and good-looking palaces and havelis of Jaisalmer shimmer against the relentless monotony of the Thar Desert. Its rulers were recognized for their valour and their gorgeous havelis and temples has assumed the air of effective museum. Overnight to stayat the Hotel.

Day 6 & 7: Jaisalmer

Nowadays stopover the overwhelming Jaisalmer Fort, housing the whole township within its fortifications. Beautiful havelis dot the charming network of narrow lanes. in the middle of the sights you'll visit :--- Nath malji - Ki- Haveli and Patwaon ki Haveli, three wonderfully sculptured Jain temples built flanked by the 12th and 13th Centuries; and five unified palaces. The fort is move towarded from beginning to end four gateways - Ganesh Pol, Akhaiya Pol, Suraj Pol and Hawa Pol. Overnight stay at the Hotel.

Day 8: Jaisalmer - Jodhpur

Following Breakfast we proceed towards Jodhpur - counting visits to attractive Hindu and Jain Temples at Osiyan . Jodhpur the entry to the Thar desert , the city is recognized for its striking forts, stately palaces and cordial building. Arrive Jodhpur, The subsequent largest city in Rajasthan, rank on the edge of the Thar Desert. The elderly city was founded by Rao Jodha, its walls with seven gates and innumerable supports and towers were built by Rao Maldeo in the 16th Century at what time Jodhpur was a booming trade town. Jodhpur is called the "Blue City" for the feature plea navy color of its established homes. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 9: Jodhpur

Present are many huge fortresses during Rajasthan, but non contrast with the majestic Mehrangarh Fort, built atop a 400 ft. cape. Inside this imperceptible fortress are superb palaces with marvelously carved panels, latticed windows and reminiscent names. These forts home a fabulous collection of property of Indian royalty, counting a superb collection of palanquins, miniature paintings of a variety of schools, elephant howdahs, musical instruments, costumes and furniture. Underneath the fort, visit the Jaswant Thada, a graceful marble cenotaph built 1899 for Mahrajaha Jaswant Singh II, and memorials to other Maharajahs of Jodhpur. Carry on into the heart of the bazaars for a view of local artisans at work as well as locals shopping of their wares. Afterward part of the day we set out on a attractive drive to Rohetgarh, a adjacent royal village.Overnight to stay at the hotel.

Day 10: Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Kumbalgarh

Following breakfast go away for Kumbalgarh via we visit Ranakpur which is located between Jodhpur , Mount Abu , Udaipur. At this time we visit the well-known Ranakpur Temple Complex, one of the biggest and most significant cluster of Jain Temple in India. Nestled in the Aravalli Range.The Chaumukha temple , or 4 Faced Temple is the major temple in the many-sided and dates back to the 15th century.Built in marble , the temple has 29 halls holded by more than 1400 pillars, no two of which are similar. After visiting the Ranakpur we carry on our drive to Kumbalgarh. Rana Kumbha , the famous Mewari Hero, an shrewd and a great builder marked 32 of the 84 fortesses in Mewar. these , the most impressive one, is Kumbalgarh - set amidst 36 Kms of the twenty feet thick fortifications and 365 temples.It is a place for serenity and calm of the scenery away from the madding throng. Overnight to stay at the Hotel.

Day 11: Kumbalgarh - Udaipur

In the early hours breakfast and then we enjoy the moving visit to the next-door wildlife sanctuary which boasts of panthers, , antelope, wild- boars deer etc. and meet the restricted tribals BHIL and GARASIAS. Following visiting we carry on our drive to Udaipur and ahead arrival checkinto at hotel. Evening we get a boat ride on the Lake Pichola. Overnight to stay at the Hotel.

Day 12: Udaipur

Build the length of three lakes and ringed by green hills, Udaipur (pop, 366.000) is recognized as the ' Venice of the East' The metropolis's palaces, , ghats, gardens ,temples and painted houses match the loveliness of the setting. This morning we'll stay the towering City Palace, the main in Rajasthan, and the Saheliyon ki Bari ( backyard of the Maidens.) on one occasion for bidden to all but he queen and her ladies.From here we stay the e excellent Jagdish Temple renowned for its elephant - motif carvings The afternoon is at free time. Overnight to stay at the Hotel.

Day 13: Udaipur - Pushkar

Following an near the beginning breakfast we carry on our drive to Pushkar - a silence little town ,on the edge of a little and good-looking lake in eastern Rajasthan. This city of 500 temples and 52 bathing ghats. Pushkar self-importances itself on life form the site of the only temple of the Hindu God of Creation , BRAHMA and is so supposed to be the centre of the formation of the world. Hours of daylight is spent visiting the ghats and the temples. Overnight to stay at the Hotel.

Day 14: Pushkar - Jaipur

Following Breakfast nowadays we drive towards Jaipur generally known as the Pink City, was built in 1727 AD by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Planned in agreement with Shilp Shastra - an very old Hindu dissertation on structural design Jaipur follows a grid system. Ahead arrival check in your Hotel. Hours of daylight explore of City Palace and Observatory. The City Palace in the spirit of the old city is a blend of Rajasthan and Mughal structural design. The Palace of winds - a five storied structure of pink sandstone has semi-octagonal and carefully honeycombed windows overlooking the main street of the old city. It was at first built to allow the ladies of the royal household to watch daily life. Overnight to stay at Hotel.

Day 15: Jaipur

Jaipur capital of Rajasthan is the the majority colourful city in India. Nowadays morning we visit the Amber Fort in the Aravali Hills, which is a wonderful example of Rajput (Medieval Hindu) method structural design. A slow elephant ride takes us to the top of the Fort, which houses several graceful buildings. Afternoon is exhausted visit the local bazaar. In the evening, we visit Chokhi Dhani where an national village feeling is recreated each evening with thousands of oil lamps, arobats, snake charmers, folk dancers, puppeteers etc. Overnight to stay at the Hotel.

Day 16: Jaipur - Bharatpur

Morning journey to Bharatpur for a tour of the world well-known bird sanctuary at this point. The keep back bosts of river 300 species of occupant and migratory birds. Hours of daylight Park Ride by Rickshaw Ride .overnight to stay at Hotel.

Day 17: Bharatpur - Fathehpuri Sikri - Agra

We continue our Drive towards Agra enroute Fatehpur sikri (The ghost city) for a tour of the magnificent and world heritage buildings still in a state of perfect preservation. We continue our journey for Agra and upon arrival check into Hotel.

Day 18: Agra - Delhi

Agra be the capital of India beneath the Moghuls in the 16th and 17th centuries. This sunrise we see the beautiful tomb of the monarch Jehangir's chief cleric and father-in - law, often called the {baby taj } because its plan prefigures the Taj Mahal,. Then we tour Agra's Red Fort, built over three generations by the moghul emperors. Following an afternoon free, we go at evening to see the Taj Mahal, the mausoleum built by a mournful Shah Jehan in reminiscence of his young wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The Building's astonishing scale, flawless symmetry, transparent white marble and shimmering reflection in the water channel are truthfully breathtaking. Following visiting the Agra city we go away for Delhi. Ahead arrival in Delhi we leave for a farewell Dinner at high-quality eating place and then checkinto our Hotel. Overnight stay at the Hotel.

Day 19: Delhi

Finally depart t o airport in time to take the flight to Onward destination with best Regards from INTER INDIA TOURS!!!