The Royal Kingdom of Princes – Rajasthan is known for its Mansions, Forts & Palaces, Sand Dunes and Camel Safari. The desert state of India boasts of the stories of Valour and Chivalary, Romance & Royalty and Architecture of Rajputs. It`s a lifetime experience!
Approx 8.30 Pm
Innova SUV for the convenience
Hotel Claridges in Delhi
Stay at Hill Fort Kesroli in Kesroli
Laxmi Vilas Palace in Bharatpur
Visit bird sanctuary in Bharatpur
Train from Bharatpur to Sawai Madhopur
Stay at Sher Bagh Tents in Ranthambore National Park
Hotel Brijraj Bhawan in Kota
Stay at Castle Bijaipur in Bijaipur
Bijai Niwas Palace in Bijainagar
Pachewar Garh Hotel in Pachewar
Stay at Samode Haveli in Jaipur
Neemrana Fort Palace in Neemrana
Meals are specified
Mineral water bottles every day
All applicable Hotel taxes
Expenses of personal nature
Tips & Gratuity
THE CONTRASTING WORLDS OF DELHI, KESROLI AND BHARATPUR
From vibrant Delhi, your driver will take you to the serenely beautiful village of Kesroli. Visit Alwar Fort before travelling on to Bharatpur, India’s finest bird sanctuary. Experience game viewing as well as a visit to Fatehpur Sikri, deserted city of Mighty Mughals. Option to visit Agra and the Taj Mahal.
RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK
From Bharatpur Railway Station enjoy a train journey through beautiful countryside to Sawai Madhopur and Ranthambore National Park. Game viewing offers a wonderful opportunity to see the elusive Indian tiger roaming freely.
TALES OF BRAVERY AND MAHARAJAS, KOTA AND BIJAIPUR
Explore the rich history of Kota,on the banks of the River Chambal, and discover the beautiful 9th century temple complex at Bardoli and the dramatic fort at Bhainsrorgarh. Your journey continues; visit Bundi Fort and the picturesque temples of Menal, en route to the small town of Bijaipur.
Set in the serene Vindhyanchal ranges, this once wealthy city reflects the architectural legacy of this region and offers the chance to visit the outstanding fort at Chittoragarh.
BIJAINAGAR AND PACHEWAR
Relax in the rural retreat of Bijainagar. On to Pachewar, where you wander the towns narrow streets and stroll by the lake, visiting royal cenotaphs. Tour the temple at Diggi and the stepwells of Toda Rai Singh.
TEMPLES, FORTS,ARTS, CRAFTS AND ELEPHANTS, JAIPUR AND NEEMRANA
En route to Jaipur, visit Sanganer village, known for it’s intricate paper work. In Jaipur explore the City Palace, the Hawa Mahal and the Jantar Mantar Astrological Observatory and arrive by elephant to the Amber Fort.