Package Name: Regal Rajasthan Tour
Duration: 11 Nights /12 Days
Destinations: Jaipur (02 Night) Ranthambore (2 Nights) - Udaipur (2 Nights) - Jodhpur (1 Nights) - Jaisalmer (2 Nights) - Bikaner (01 Night) - Pushkar (01 Night)
Jaipur: Embellished with pink stonework palaces, regal forts and luxuriantlush green gardens against a picturesque backdrop of the Aravali hills, Jaipur signifies the charm of our ironichistorical and the superiority of a flourishing metropolis. A famous architect, astronomer, and avid expert, king Sawai Jai Singh II constructed his capital with random precision and made Jaipur one of the supreme well planned cities in India.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve: Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, once a princely safari conserves is the scene where the renowned Indian tigers are finest seen. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve lies in the link of Aravali and Vindhyas just 12 Kms from Sawai Madhopur in Eastern part of Rajasthan. It stretches over a varying and swelling landscape. The scenery changes vividly from gentle and steep slopes of the Vindhyas to the sharp and tapering hills of the Aravali. A tenth era fort also blends cordially with the background. Tiger Safari is major attraction and one of the most popular options to spot animal movement and admire stunning countryside in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. Tiger safari in Ranthambore offers the guest a chance to explore variety of animals living in the reserve. There are two safaris a day from October to June, one starting in the morning and the other late in the afternoon.
Udaipur: Udaipur draws its prettiness from the several lakes set amidst the green Aravali Hills in the desert state of Rajasthan. The clear azure waters of Lake Pichola, the 17th era palaces of sandstone and marble, decorated with amber, colored glass, water feature, Japanese-style parks, and a string of waterways connecting the several artificial lakes, make Udaipur an ideal regal city amidst a gorgeous natural setting. Come and find out why it is nicknamed as the Venice of the East.
Jodhpur: Situated on the eastern side fringe of the Thar Desert, the city of Jodhpur emanates the languid attraction of a frontier outpost. The massive Mehrangarh fort; the Art Deco wonder called Umaid Bhawan; serene Bishnoi villages dotting the city as environs; craft trading center of the desert area; home to the horse-riding pants called jodhpurs made famed globally by Jacqueline Kennedy; a distinct miniature school of painting Jodhpur as distinct appeal works slowly on your sanities, and leaves a lingering impress over time.
Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer has constantly held an extraordinary place in the imagination of explorers - national and foreign alike - as India's supreme desert outpost. Situated in the sandy area of the Thar Desert, Jaisalmer was once part of the legendary 'Silk Route'. Being a trade route, passing convoys brought prosperity to the city that found appearance in imposing castle constructed by rich traders. Built in native yellow stonework, now sanctified as Jaisalmer stone, the city quite literally looks like a 'Golden City' as it has come to be recognized.
Bikaner: Caparisoned camels with jingling trinkets, women in sequined gahagras, men showy multi-hued turbans, red-and-yellow stonework temples, swelling golden dunes of the Thar under an azure sky, Bikaner is nothing short of nature as own image. Created in 1488 era by Rao Bika ji, this regal, fortified city surrounded by a wall with five entry gates exudes the surrounding desert as warm. Imposing palaces, sprawling castle, melodious ballads, tinted puppets, high-flying kites, glittering jewelry, tasty savories and dune-caressing camel safaris through the faintly disheveled edges of the city peeps a land that still hears back to an age of magnanimous princes and appealing princesses.
Pushkar: Located in the heart of the desert state Rajasthan, Ajmer is one of the utmost religious cities in northwestern India. It was established in the 7th era by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan, and remained a part of the Chauhan family up to 1193. Ajmer was then ruled by Muhammad Gori, who lost it to the sovereign of Mewar in 1365. After years of contention, the Marwar monarch took control of this place in 1532. Pushkar, meaning born from a flower, is one of the oldest cities in India with its history dating back to the legends associated with Lord Brahma. Situated 11 km North West side of Ajmer, it is one of the five sacred dhams and is often called "Tirth Raj" - the king of religious sites. In current years, Pushkar has become a prevalent destination for foreign travelers because of the many temples it harbors. Lying on the shores of Pushkar Lake, it has five major temples, many smaller ones, and 52 Ghats where pilgrims come to bathe in its holy waters from across the subcontinent.Package Highlights: