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Learn about their culture embedded in their folk songs. Experience the world famous camel safari to Thar, taking a tour of the vibrant market on tuk-tuk. Capture the culture of colourful turbans, jaw dropping palaces, breathtaking lakes, and more.
Crafted with majestic experiences, our Rajasthan tour plan has too much to soak in. No matter, if you’re a repeat visitor or a determined first-timer who dreams of covering it all. Walk into the royal street that was once walked by the royalties. Head out with one of our Rajasthan luxury tour packages. Explore the colorful cities, making a visit to remote deserts. From rural village life to tiger-infested jungles, there is something for everyone. The Rajasthan royal tour has been a never-ending expedition of awe.
Journey around Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur, including some unheard yet offbeat destinations. Everything in the ‘Maharajaland’ with Moustache Escapes Rajasthan Tour packages.
Visiting India is incomplete without a traditional welcome. Feel like a god while greeted with Garlands as you land in Delhi. Our representative will then escort you to your hotel in Delhi. Ease yourself refresh at the hotel. Get changed and relax for the entire day. The day 1 of Rajasthan tour itinerary is all about recharging and relaxing for a royal trip ahead.
The luxury tour of Rajasthan, embark with a sumptuous buffet breakfast. Later, get transported from Delhi to Nawalgarh. Nawalgarh is a quaint little town in the Shekhawati region. A semi-desert area, Nawalgarh tour is all about its popular Open Art Gallery. You are wrong if you are thinking of wall-hanged paintings. It’s the Nawalgarh Haveli and Mandawa Haveli we are talking of. Explore the awestruck palaces, splendid mansions (havelis), and magnificent fortresses. Dotted all over Mandawa and Nawalgarh. Due to this, the entire Nawalgarh to Mandawa distance has visits from films & media all year. The royal vibe from Nawalgarh to Mandawa is so charming that you won't even realize that your day ended.
You will travel from Mandawa to Bikaner in the morning. Bikaner is the former princely capital of the 15th century founded by Rao Bikaji, a Rajput chief. In the afternoon, the Bikaner tour continues to Fort Junagarh. And, later to the city’s famous Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum. This museum is known to preserve several artifacts from the Gupta period. Learn about the history of Rajasthani musical tradition. Admire the craftsmanship of local artisans in gold paintings and royal vestments. Built in the 15th century, Fort Junagarh has 37 bastions and a rampart which is thousand meters long. One has to walk past a long ramp and several monumental doors to enter. The tour to Bikaner continues, visiting Bikaner famous places in the fort. Including some popular Bikaner temple as well. Moreover, it features a maze of corridors, staircases, and interior courtyards. Each reveals the magnificent facades, balconies, and sculpted windows. At the end of the day, you will stroll through Bikaner market. Spend the remaining time shopping and tasting traditional Indian pastries from this region.
Hop onto your cab. It's time to head for the Gateway to Thar- Jaisalmer. Ever since the Rajput Middle Ages, this royal city has remained unchanged. The distant city of Jaisalmer, once controlled the crossing of the Thar Desert. It regulated the caravans that ensured trade between western and northern India. On the way, you will stop at Pokhran. This place has a magnificent yellow sandstone Pokhran fort in the middle of the desert. Later, you’ll head out from Pokhran to Jaisalmer. Check-in at the hotel in Jaisalmer. By evening, visit Vyas Chhatri aka the hill of cenotaphs. Witness the decorative chhatri of Jaisalmer's Maharawal. Each chhatri has a small stele representing one or more ‘Sati’ beneath its dome. A Sati refers to those sovereign who set herself on fire in the pain of getting separated from her husband.
05 - Witness the desert lifestyle at Jaisalmer
Brace yourself for Jaisalmer's mysterious beauty. The Jaisalmer tour is a "golden dream" straight out of a fairy tale. A lifetime opportunity to become familiar with royal culture. A thousand years old cultural lineage that is still passed on. Uncovers the unique lifestyle of the indigenous desert people. Learn about the life as nomads with the Jaisalmer city tour. Stroll through the citadel, exploring every Jaisalmer temple to Jaisalmer Haveli. All decorated with the traditional Rajput style of art. The lovely Merchants' Haveli will transport you back to the city's glorious past. Drop a visit to the beautiful Jain temple. This followed by the tour of City library, and other notable palaces. All located in the center of the city. Get a chance to experience the desert lifestyle. Hop on for a camel ride and catch the sunset at the dunes of Thar. Live out your moonlit Arabian dreams in the moonlight Jaisalmer.
06 - Drive to India’s Blue City- Jodhpur
The journey will start post-breakfast. Today, you'll drive to the Blue City of India- Jodhpur Rajasthan. Visit Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur, which is one of the popular place to visit Jodhpur. Also called the "Fort of Majesty," this colossal fort has 7 entrance gates. Thanks to the different rulers of this colossal fort. But, it's just not the gates these rulers built during their reign. Explore some other popular Jodhpur place to visit inside Mehrangarh Fort. Visit Pearl Palace, Flower Palace, and Mirror Palace. Journey through the bygone royal era. Have a look at the diverse collection of royal furniture, costumes, paintings and more. Jodhpur blue city tour continues to the Taj Mahal of Rajasthan. Since, our next stop is Jaswant Thada Jodhpur Rajasthan. It's actually a Hindu Royal burial ground. Like the Taj Mahal, Jaswant Thada is a magnificent white marble (Cenotaph) mausoleum. Built in the year 1899, in the honor of Late King Maharaja Jaswant Singh. Even today, this now tourist site, serves as the royal pyre for Marwar Rajput Royalties. Stroll around the Clock Tower market Jodhpur. While exploring, take some time making a time lapse reel for your Insta feed. Afterwards, head to the Jodhpur market for shopping, exquisite handcrafted souvenirs. Later, ease out relaxing overnight at the hotel in Jodhpur.
After 6 days of exploring arid landscapes, it's time to see some greenery. Drive out of Jodhpur to Jawai Tour. This place is a popular destination for nature outings. Especially for evening Leopard Safari. Jawai safari is one of the region's top activities. A complete enthralling wilderness experience. Witness crocodiles, wolves, sloth bears, foxes, nilgai, jungle cats, and other wildlings. Experience a wildlife adventure, unlike any other safari you've ever had. Better double check your DSLRs and charge your smartphones. Also, when the season comes, Jawai is brimming with migratory birds. Thus, making it a haven for bird watchers and nature photographers.
Drive out of Jawai to Udaipur Tour. For those who don't know, Udaipur is the sweet spot in the scorching Rajasthan. And, why not. It's the Venice of India. Udaipur sightseeing tour is truly something that'll mark your heart. Nestled with several known and hidden lake spots around the town. Experience the enthralling feeling of meeting an old lover by the lake! Enjoy Udaipur sightseeing, dining by the picture-perfect sunset with colorful clouds. Admire the lakeside Marwar architecture. Spend your day taking a guided sightseeing tour inside City Palace Udaipur. Later on, Udaipur travel continues to Saheliyon-Ki-Bari. Now, take a break from the Udaipur Tour and take a break with the Ranakpur tour. Visit one of the largest and most important temples of Jainism followers. Pay homage at the Ranakpur Jain temple. Feel captivated by the charismatic beauty and the royal touch of the City of Lakes.
Get transferred from Udaipur to Bundi. Bundi is one place in Rajasthan Tour itinerary that we can call a ‘Shanti, Shanti’ place. Since, Bundi tour is an offbeat tourist destination. Comparatively, Udaipur to Bundi Tour displays a major drop in the tourist crowd. Hence, you don't have to worry about the swarm of vendors. Bundi tourist places offer an authentic experience of rich Rajasthani culture. You can take a glimpse of the 'Real India' visiting Bundi tourist places. Bundi is a tiny hamlet, neighboring the Pink City of Jaipur. A city with only colorful buildings, friendly locals, and a beautiful mirror lake. Bundi travel is a leisure destination to explore a destination how you wanted to explore
Leave Bundi to Ranthambore National Park. Ranthambore famous for its massive wildlife reserve. It was set up under the "Project Tiger" initiative to save and preserve India's last tigers. Ranthambore was formerly a royal hunting preserve. It is now home to Royal Bengal tigers, leopards, and marsh crocodiles. Ranthambore tourist places include the imposing Ranthambore Fort. The Ranthambore tour is incomplete without visiting this 10th Century fort. Besides, the Ganesh Mandir temple is among its other highlights. The park also inhibits an enchanting lake called Padam Talao. Popularly known for its carpet of water lilies that overgrow in this lake. Besides this, the reserve has some of the best wildlife sightings to cherish. This includes the daytime Tigers chilling as your Ranthambore safari. Resting right by or on your trail. Something you should try if you visit Rajasthan.
The next morning have your breakfast and drive from Ranthambore to Jaipur. Welcome to the historic capital of Rajasthan, nicknamed the "Pink City". Jaipur displays the magnanimity of royal aristocracy with the salmon hued sandstone buildings. And, not to mention countless places to visit in Jaipur as well. Head into the Jaipur streets, and check out the must-see famous market in Jaipur. Shop a little or explore the alley for jewelry lovers. This place is the hub for precious and semi-precious stones and jewelry. Explore other Jaipur best places to visit that’s on Not-To-Miss Bucketlist. Take a short visit to India's famous theater, Raj Mandir. It’s one of the famous places in Jaipur that has seen some major Bollywood screenings. Ending the day with some home-made. Learn Indian cooking with a Rajasthani family and dining home-made together.
Feel like royalty, entering the majestic Amber Fort Jaipur on an elephant. Just like the Maharajahs who once lived here. Strolling inside Amer Fort, is like strolling in a true labyrinth. Walk across rooms with mirrors or the old harem. Back in town, you will visit the City Palace Museum. This famous museum in Jaipur houses royal clothing, ceremonial canopies, and beautiful miniatures. You will then visit the observatory of Jai Singh called Jantar Mantar. Then head to Hawa Mahala, admiring the magnificent facade of the Palace of the Winds. Finally, take a Jaipur tour guide with a rickshaw ride. It’ll allow you to discover the lively little bazaars, and the dark and narrow streets. Unlike any other Jaipur famous places, you can witness crouching craftsmen creating masterpieces. Masterpieces of delicacy and color with their simple tools.
This morning, you’ll be driving out from Jaipur to Fatehpur Sikri Tour. But have your breakfast first. Later, travel to Fatehpur Sikri City, Akbar's brief capital. Your travel guide for Fatehpur Sikri will also mention it as the city of palaces. For those who don't know, Fatehpur Sikri is famous for its beautiful infrastructure. Due to lack of water, this place was quickly abandoned by its master. Yet, it miraculously survived. The structures portray the Empire's religions. It expresses Akbar's desire to unite a common faith around his person. Take a look at the Muslim pavilions, Buddhist friezes, and Christian foliage. Your journey will now shift from Fatehpur Sikri to Agra, the former Mughal capital. You will continue your tour of Agra at the Red Fort after checking in. It was Akbar (between 1565 and 1573), the Great who ordered the construction of this severe red sandstone wall. In the present day, an Indian military force occupies this fort. And, for over two thousand five hundred meters is now operated by them. Spend your day admiring the imperial artistry of Indian craftsmen. Visit the Great Mughal court, the powerful Red Fort and other attractions of the day. Later, end the day resting at one of the best hotels in Agra.
The final stop on the Rajasthan Tour itinerary is Agra, the Taj Mahal's birthplace. Begin your day, visiting the star of Agra sightseeing- Taj Mahal. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is a symbol of love, and is actually a mausoleum. Its beauty dominates your mind, over the fact that it's actually a burial place. Feel the power of love. As you don't find a mausoleum encrusted with precious and semi-precious stones. It inspired Akbar to construct a grand beauty for even beautiful wife, Noor Jahan. With the Agra Taj Mahal tour, one can estimate the pinnacle of Mughal craftsmanship. If you don't believe us, take a look closer to the monument. You’ll find the reason why it is so. Later, this afternoon, you will drive out of Agra to Delhi Tour. With the short visit to Delhi Famous Places, you’ll mark the end of our Moustache service. Besides the list of tourist places in Delhi are as follows. Visit the famous Sikh Temple Delhi Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. Attend the soulful music session at Jama Masjid Delhi, then visit Qutub Minar, and India Gate.
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