Day 1:- Arrive in Delhi
Arrive in Delhi by evening, transfer to hotel.
Day 2:- Delhi
Morning take Tricycle rickshaw ride through old streets of Chandani chowk to mingle with real indian folk, visit spice market and bustling street s. Having over view on red fort and visit grand mosque. visit India gate and Sikh temple ( Gurudwara.) night in hotel..
Day 3:- Delhi, Mandawa( Nawalgarh ) 6 hrs
Departure to Mandawa for 5 to 6 hours located in Shekawati. Region. Visit the fort and .Havelis ( traditional house built by sandstone) of Mandawa, Visit a charming market town built in the XVIII century. afternoon, visit the fortress Nawalgarth, built in 1737 by Nawal Singh and havelis decorated with paintings. Exploration of the city, overnight at the hotel. Hotel Heritage Mandawa. In the evening visit family for taking tea and discuss the life and back a restaurant for dinner
Day 4:- Mandawa (Nawalgarh) – Bikaner
In the morning transfer to Bikaner, en route visit the beautiful havelis of Fathpur, famous for its murals painting and then continued to Bikaner, a former stage of the caravan route. Check into your hotel. Later visit the Lal Garh Palace, fort of Bikaner. And night in hotel.
Day 5:- Bikaner to jaiselmer and Sam dune.
In the morning visit the famous temple of rats (the Karni Mata temple) at Deshnookh, after visit road to Jaiselmer once an important halt for caravans of the Silk route that crossed the Thar desert to visit the province of Sindh in Pakistan. , Late afternoon visit fort Gadisar to enjoy the sun set, fort and Jain temple, Night in hotel.
Day 6:- Jaiselmer and Sam dune
Leave to visit the fort Gadisar , Jain temple , Patwon ki Haveli and salim singh Haveli , Afternoon excursion to Sam dune , enjoy the camel ride and later sun set against the dune back to hotel for over night stay.
Day 7:- Jaiselmer – Jodhpur. 280 kms. 6h
Deepartue to Jodhpur, the city where powerful Rajput clan of Rathore has strong hold. Stand at the edge of Thar Desert. Visit impressive Mehrangar fort, built in the 15th century, and the Jaswant Thada a white marble tomb, then stroll in the Sadar Bazar of blue city. Jodhpur is fondly referred to as the ‘blue city’ because of indigo coloured houses in the old town ,Traditionally , blue signified home are Brahmanas. One can view nicely these houses from the ramparts of the Meharangarh which looms high above the buzzing city Night.
Day 8:- Jodhpour to Udaipur via Ranakpur 300 kms.
Leave to the Romantic city of Udaipur, On the way visit Ranakpur situated in a quiet and beautiful remote valley of the Mount Arawali. The main temple is Choumukha or four faced temple dedicated to Adinath . It has been built in 1439 , superbly crafted and well kept temple has 29 halls ,1444 pillars and don’t have similarity to each other.
Later driving through the mountains road , reached one of the most charming city in Rajasthan : Udaipur is situated on the bank of Pitcola lake and high hills around.
Check in hotel, evening free stroll in city .night in hotel.
Day 9:- Udaipur
Visit of the City Palace, Sahelion ki Bari , walk in the bazar, (Optional boating on the lake ). Night in hotel .
Day 10:- Udaipur to Pushkar, 300kms, 6 hours
Leave to the spiritual city of Pushkar, An important pilgrimage center of Hindu where large number of Sadhu who mainly congregate around the lake and temples. Sevaral Ghats runs to the lake where pilgrims are constantly taking bath in holy lake.
Visit Btahama templs is said to be one among few in the world. Visit the bustling streets , night in hotel
During pushakar festival time ,an extra day is required to visit the world famous spectacular Camel fair.
Day 11:- Pushakar – Jaipur 146 kms.
Departure for Jaipur, the capital of Rajputana. Visit the Hawa Mahal the Palace of Winds. And stroll through the bustling bazaars of the Pink City. In evening at the cinema in the Rajmandir, dinner and night in hotel,
Day 12:- Jaipur
After breakfast excursion to the Amber Fort located at the distance of 10 kms at the out skirt of Jaipur c ity. One can take the Elephant ride to the ramparts of the fort as did the Maharajas of the time where you will visit the palace and temple dedicated to Goddess Kali , After visit back to city , In the afternoon half an hour Rickshaw ride in the city, rest time at leisure to visit the colorful bazar, night in hotel.
Day 13:- Jaipur – Agra via Fatehpur Sikri , 220 kms
Departure to the cities where power of the great Mughals has been exercised .En route visit Fatehpur Sikri, the city of red sandstone became the impossible dream of Emperor Akbar. Lunch on the way, Following the journey to Agra., afternoon visit Taj Mahal, one of the most famous monuments of the world, built in the seventeenth century by the Emperor Shah Jahan as a token of eternal love ,night in hotel.
Day 14:- Agra-Delhi and departure 200 kms.
Morning visit to red Fort and drive to Delhi, En route visit Sikandra fort a Mosoule of Emperor Akber, As per time availability lotus temple can be visited, other wise by evening farewell dinner in the city. Transfer to the airport and fly out toward your destination, No hotel in Delhi.