The shades of Rajasthan are difficult to overlook and the impact of emerald green, canary yellow and fire-motor red turbans and saris is basically astonishing. The fortunate guest may even observe a glimmer of orange while tiger-spotting in Ranthambhore National Park. From ostentatiously brightened mounts at the camel and elephant celebrations in Pushkar and Jaipur, to the rainbow blasts of Diwali and Holi, every day is a celebration here. Come celebrate the rich legacy of India in Rajasthan with us. Rajasthan is the biggest province of India. The Glory of the state is held by its glorious royal residences, wonderful urban communities, strongholds, energetic culture and rich legacy of this regal state draw incalculable travellers from all over the globe. It is also popular for its staggering crafts and expressive arts. In Rajasthan, it’s the strongholds and royal residences that catch your eye.
Day 1 : Arrival at Jaipur
Prestigious all-inclusive for its shaded jewels, the capital city of Rajasthan joins the charm of its old history with every one of the upsides of a city. The clamouring city is one of the three corners of the golden triangle that incorporates Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The story goes that in 1876, the Prince of Wales visited India on a visit. Since the shading pink was emblematic of accommodation, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted the whole city pink. The pink that hues the city makes for a wonderful scene to view. Jaipur ascends magnificently against the background of the strongholds Nahargarh, Jaigarh and Garh Ganesh Temple. Some of the most popular sightseeing destinations here are the City Palace, Central Museum, Jantar Mantar. The Hawa Mahal is also a must visit here. It was built for the illustrious women to watch the imperial parades.At night, walk through the vivid avenues and bazaars of Jaipur City. Also stop at Chokhi Dhani Restaurant for a sumptuous dinner.
Day 2 : All day tour of Jaipur
Visit Wind Palace early morning and then drive to Amber Fort. Here you can partake in the Elephant Safari at the Royal Amber Fort. Later continue to visit the Jaigarh Fort which shows a lovely blend of Mughal and Rajput design. Later in the Evening visit Birla Temple, Albert Hall and Rambagh Palace Hotel. You can likewise appreciate the strolls in the Markets of the Pink City to appreciate the Heritage View of the City and to experience the culture here.
Day 3 : Pushkar [142km 2:10 hrs drive]
Their bright cover, brilliantly coloured skirts and turbaned heads and the deep tunes of the Rajasthani folk songs make Pushkar all the more worth it for you. Pushkar has an attraction of its own - it’s very dissimilar to anyplace else in Rajasthan. It’s an unmistakable Hindus town and faithful Hindus should visit this place at least once in their lifetime. The town twists around a blessed lake, said to have showed up when Brahma dropped a lotus blossom. It likewise has one of the world’s best temple. With 52 washing ghats and 400 smooth blue temples, the town frequently murmurs with puja (supplications), producing a wordy soundtrack of droning, drums and gongs, and reverential melodies. Some of the most blessed spots that you will visit while in Pushkar are the Brahma Temple, Nag Hill, Gau Ghat, Markendeya Rishi Ashram, Agastya Muni Ashram, Pap Mochini Temple and Gaya Kund.
Day 4 : Pushkar to Ranthambore [273km 4hrs drive]
This is the largest national park in Rajasthan and a paradise for wildlife lovers! After breakfast drive to Ranthambore (273 kms). On landing in Ranthambore check in to the hotel. Visit Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary - Rajasthan’s most eminent untamed life asylum, it is 400 sq km of dry deciduous woodland, tigers, and is set in the Aravalli and Vindhya slopes, dabbed with pavilions. It has a decent populace of tiger and other species, and has been announced a “Task Tiger” reserve. Here you will get the chance to spot blue bull, spotted deer or cheetah, black buck, wild hog, and an expansive assortment of flying creatures. You will also be taken on jeep safari here.
Day 5 : Ranthambhore to Jaipur
After breakfast you will drive back to Jaipur. You will then be dropped off at the airport or railway station. With sweet memories, you journey back home.
Inclusions in tour are as follows:
Followings are not included in tour: