Start and end in Delhi! With the private tour Special Rajasthan, 10 days private tour, you have a 10 day tour package taking you through Delhi, India and 7 other destinations in India. Special Rajasthan, 10 days private tour includes accommodation in a hotel as well as meals, transport and more.
Welcome to Delhi, the capital city of India, where a representative will meet and transfer you to your hotel. Learn about the fascinating medieval history of northern India in this city that has undergone massive changes in the last few decades. In this land, fabled to have seen seven cities over the millennia, signs of the old are continuously jostling with the new, presenting a fascinating and ever-changing panorama. After checking in at your hotel, in the afternoon visit the beautiful historical Jama Masjid, commonly known as the Friday Mosque. At the end of the day, enjoy a rickshaw ride through the narrow streets of Old Delhi, before returning to the hotel Overnight in Delhi.Start point Upon arrival at Delhi International Airport you will be met in the arrival hall by a tour representative., Delhi, India 00:00 - 23:55
In and around AjmerIn the morning after breakfast, you will live through the real Indian experience. Hop on to your transfer to Delhi railway station to board the local train that departs for Ajmer. You will have a reserved seat in a touristic wagon. Ajmer is a city of the valiant king Prithvi Raj Chauhan, surrounded by the hills of Mount Aravali. It is also called Ajay Meru (?Invincible Hill?), giving the name Ajmer to the city. For hundreds of years, Ajmer has been a pilgrimage center for Hindus and Muslims who visit the mausoleum of Saint Sufi Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti Hasan. Upon arrival in Ajmer, a tour representative will meet and greet you, and then your journey to Pushkar continues with a drive to the city that lies on the edge of the Thar Desert. At its heart is one of Indias most sacred lakes, Pushkar Lake. Apart from its religious significance, Pushkar is known for its camel fair, held every year in the festival month of Kartik (October and November). Being a religious town, alcohol and non-vegetarian food is taboo. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel and then go on a sightseeing tour to the Hindu temple of Lord Brahma. At this house of worship surrounded by Pushkar Lake, witness the devotees taking a dip in the holy waters and offering prayers on the banks of the lake. Overnight in Pushkar.
Check out of the hotel after breakfast and continue the journey driving to Udaipur, where you will check in to a new hotel. Udaipur is one of the most romantic cities of Rajasthan, surrounded as it is by rolling hills, serene lakes, and palatial splendor. The city has often been hailed as the ?Venice of the East?. In the afternoon, delve into the 17th-century Jagdish Temple, a large Hindu house of worship in the heart of the city, and marvel at the grand City Palace, a fusion of medieval European and Chinese architecture. End your day, before returning to the hotel, with a leisurely boat ride on Lake Pichola. With its main attractions being the two palaces on the islands in the lake, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir, the spectacular views are sure to impress. Jag Niwas, known as the Lake Palace, was once the summer retreat of the prince of Mewar and is now a five-star hotel.? Overnight in Udaipur.
After breakfast, depart to Jodhpur and en route visit the Jain temple of Ranakpur. Also known as Chaturmukha (?Four Faces?), this temple is a masterpiece by the architect Deepa. It represents the beauty of the marble carving and is a truly impressive construction. Continue to Jodhpur, known both as the ?City of the Sun? and the ?Blue City?, the second largest city of Rajasthan after Jaipur. Famous for its impregnable and majestic Mehrangarh fort. Upon your arrival check-in to your hotel and explore the city on your own pale.? Overnight in?Jodhpur.
In and around BikanerAfter breakfast, visit the Mehrangarh Fort and the Jaswant Thada. The Mehrangarh Fort is one of the most majestic forts in Rajasthan: invincible, massive, home of the Rathore clan, who were descended from the Sun God. It is a magnificent fusion of different styles and influences. Known for his carvings in dark red sandstone, that tell the stories of brave royal women. The Jaswant Thada, on the other hand, is a royal cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. A memorial made from white marble, built with perfectly carved marble pieces. These marbles are extremely thin and shiny, and the result gives the outer surface of the monument a warm light when the suns rays illuminate it. Later continue to Bikaner, the ?Red City?, thus renamed due to the color of its impressive royal palaces and public buildings. It is an oasis in the heart of the Thar Desert. Its imposing palaces, beautiful and richly carved, and red-and-yellow sandstone temples show some of the most beautiful creations of the Rajput civilization. Overnight in?Bikaner.
After breakfast at the hotel, visit the Junagarh Fort before taking a tuk-tuk ride through the old part of the city. The fort was built in red sandstone and houses a collection of old and beautiful buildings, wherein you can admire the beauty and frescoes of the recently restored paintings. Passing through all the doors, one has the sensation of participating in a royal procession as it was used in the past. The tuk-tuk ride (motor-rickshaw) in the old part of Bikaner allows you to better see the features of this place. You can admire the earl-20th-century richness of this city by driving by its magnificent Havelis (the large, beautiful houses of old merchants trading in jewellery, fabrics, spices, etc.). Afterwards, continue to Jaipur, the ?Pink City?, founded about 300 years ago and today a well-organised, colourful and attractive destination. The capital of Rajasthan, famous for its pink sandstone palaces, was founded by the astronomer king Sawai Maharaja Jai Singh II who built it according to Vastu Shastra (a science that helps maintain the harmony of nature with urban planning rules). Upon your arrival in the late afternoon, check-in to your hotel and explore the city on your own pale. Overnight in Jaipur.
Charge your batteries with breakfast at the hotel before setting off on a morning tour of Amber Fort. Located on a spur overlooking a lake, Amber Fort?s robust, time-ravaged walls appear imposing from the outside, but they hide an interior packed with beautifully decorated palaces and temples, and landscaped gardens. Bedazzled by the Sheesh Mahal, a room with its four walls and ceiling completely embedded with glittering mirror pieces. Admire the frescoes of the Ganesh Pol gate and the colonnade of the Diwan-i-Aam. En route, make a photo-stop at the spellbinding Hawa Mahal or ?Palace of the Winds?, the colorful fa?ade of which has hundreds of windows, built in the pure style of Rajasthan. It was used as the palace for royal women because here they could not be seen while they observed the exterior. In the afternoon, visit the Maharajas City Palace, the former Royal Residence, part of which has been reconverted into a museum. A private portion of it is still used by the Royal Family of Jaipur. Then visit the Jantar Mantar, the world-famous observatory made from stone and marble that?s still in working condition. Overnight in Jaipur.
Take to the road after breakfast at the hotel to Agra, on the banks of the Yamuna River. Agra rose to fame in the 17th century as the capital of the Mughal Empire and was beautified with gardens, waterfalls, bathhouses, and canals. In modern times, the city houses a thriving crafts industry, including marble inlay work and carpets. En route, stop to visit the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri. This city was built by Emperor Akbar in the 16th century but was deserted 14 years after its founding because of a scarcity of water. Visit the remarkably well-preserved and graceful buildings of the Ghost City, which evoke a mysterious past. Continue to Agra and upon arrival, check-in at the hotel. The rest of the day if free for you to spend at leisure. Overnight in Agra.
Breakfast at the hotel is followed by a sightseeing tour of the awe-inspiring Taj Mahal. Built-in the mid-17th century by the heartbroken Shah Jahan following the death in childbirth of his queen, Mumtaz Mahal, this mausoleum is an eternal love poem written in stone. During the visit, you can admire the intricacy of the work of the 20,000 craftsmen who were brought from Persia, Turkey, France, and Italy to build this astonishing monument (closed on Fridays). To learn even more about Agra, enjoy a visit to Agra Fort, whose forbidding red sandstone battlements hide a number of majestic Mughal palaces. Explore the delightful Diwan-i-Am (?Hall of Public Audience?), where the emperor once sat on his throne to address his subjects, and the Diwan-i-Khas (?Hall of Private Audience?), where he hosted kings and foreign dignitaries. The dazzling white marble Mina Masjid (?Heavenly Mosque?) stands in contrast to the rest of the Red Fort. In the afternoon depart to Delhi, where you?ll check-in and spend the night.? Overnight in Delhi.
After one last breakfast in the hotel, take your transfer to the airport, where you will arrive in time to board the flight to your following destination. The estimated arrival to the airport is at noon.End point At the agreed time, transfer from the hotel to the airport in Delhi. , Delhi, India