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Classic Rajasthan Tour

About the Tour

Dear reader, it’s about time you filled up the blank pages of your travel journal!
Fill it up with the vibrant colors of a classic Rajasthan tour. Rajasthan is where history whispers from rose-red forts and sapphire domes. A land steeped in royal history, brimming with cultural treasures, and bursting at the seams with color.

This is Rajasthan, the very essence of India. And now, it beckons you to embark on a classic adventure unlike any other.

Let the journey begin.



  1. Commencing with Delhi, followed by Agra, we explore the best places to visit.
  2. After Madogarh, we hue it pink in Jaipur.
  3. It is followed by off-beat places like Chokhi Dhani, Ranthambore National Park, Bundi, Paangarh Lake, and Bijaipur.
  4. The City of Lakes, Udaipur is next up, followed by Pushkar.

We will meet you outside the New Delhi airport with our warm Indian welcome (the Sanskrit adage Atithi Devo Bhava or Guest is God, is our watchword). A private chauffeur will drive you to the pre-booked hotel. Check in at your room(s) and make yourself at home for the day.

Hope you had a good night’s sleep because today we are going for a walking tour of Old Delhi. Don't worry! Our team of travel experts will be there with you at all times. We explore: -

  •    Jama Masjid (A holy hideout in the arms of Allah)- Built in the 17th Century, this colossal edifice is oft regarded as the most majestic mosque in India in contemporary times.
  •    Red Fort (Architectural grandeur of the Mughal Empire)- Home to the emperors of the Mughal dynasty for 200 years, this red stone, a UNESCO World Heritage gem, takes you back in time with its regal architecture.
  •    Qutub Minar (Sky is the limit)- The final stop for the day will be the world's tallest brick tower, Qutub Minar.
  • Meena Bazaar (Shopping in the Old-Delhi charm)- One thing about Indian bazaars(markets) is that the vibrance and aesthetic quotient are one of a kind!

The nightlife is for you to enjoy!

Some say Delhi street food is food for the soul! See for yourself if you agree.

The next stop on our classic Rajasthan tour is the erstwhile capital of the Mughal empire, Agra.

  •    Taj Mahal (Mausoleum of royal romance).

Sightseeing for the day begins with THE Taj Mahal, a wonder of the wonders, a legend in its own time, and a name that speaks for itself.

  •    Agra Fort(Immortal emblem of the Mughal power).

Shreds of evidence of the Mughal archaeological prowess will take you aback throughout the Agra day tour- Agra Fort is one.

As the sun sets, the evening is for you to cherish. Walk around the streets of Agra and devour the street food. Mughal cuisine is the hallmark of Agra. A paradise for epicures!

On this morning of our classic Rajasthan tour, we are off to Madogarh. A village where the rhythmic clang of the hammers of the local artisans plays in the backdrop.

Say hi to the Lakhera community, renowned for crafting exquisite resin bangles- a tradition said to be as old as time itself.

Legend has it that Lord Shiva created them to adorn Goddess Parvati with beautiful bangles. Witness their masterful techniques using age-old tools as they transform molten resin into variable works of art.

In the evening, we check in to the opulent Fort Madhogarh, a centuries-old heritage property steeped in royal charm.

Today we are painting the town pink. Why? We are visiting Jaipur, the Pink City of Rajasthan. Jaipur is an enticing concoction of forts, monuments, museums, food, shopping, etc. To help you have the time of your life in Jaipur, you must visit the following-

  • Hawa Mahal(Palace of Breeze).

Not its history of over 2 centuries. Neither is the fact that it comprises 953 windows. The Hawa Mahal is iconic in Jaipur because of its magnanimous concoction of Islamic, Mughal, and Rajput architectural styles.

  • City Palace(Gem in the lap of Jaipur).

If you love forts and love knowing about their history and the lives of the royals, City Palace is just the place! Or should we say the 'palace'?

  • Amer Fort(Reminiscence of the regal legacy of Rajasthan).

Fabricated out of red and white sandstone and marble, the architecture of this fort is a beauteous fusion of Rajputana and Mughal fashion.

  • Jal Mahal(the Island of the Mughals).

Set amid the picturesque Man Sagar Lake, the Water Palace (Jal Mahal) is a structure that seems to float on the lake's surface.

Other renowned places to visit in Jaipur are the Jaigarh Fort, Jantar Mantar and the Maota Lake.

We are sure that by now you are famished. We got your back and stomach too!

Besides being a feast for the eyes with diverse colors, Jaipur promises a treat for the tastebuds.

Today, we will witness a vibrant celebration of Rajasthani culture at Chokhi Dhani!

A village bustling with activity- traditional music fills the air, artisans showcase their crafts, puppet shows, folk performances set the energy. The aroma of delicious local cuisine tempts every taste bud.

How could we forget about the camel and elephant rides happening here?

Dress up in colorful Rajasthani attire and enjoy yourself in this cultural cornucopia!

Thrill in the spirit of adventure as we head towards Ranthambore National Park. This former hunting ground of Maharajas is now a crucial tiger reserve, teeming with diverse wildlife.

Green panthers and wildlife photographers, gear up for an exhilarating adventure!

Embark on a thrilling 4WD safari through the untamed wilderness. Keep your eyes peeled and your cameras handy. A magnificent tiger might emerge from the lush foliage, while a supporting cast of hyenas, jackals, deer, langurs, and marsh crocodiles paints a vibrant picture of life in the wild.

Witness the power and grace of Indian wildlife in the wild heart of Rajasthan, in Ranthambore National Park.

Today, we tread an off-the-beaten path and discover Bundi.

Its charm lies in its narrow, colorful streets, which we navigate on foot. On this walking tour of Bundi, Rajasthan, we will introduce you to the vibrant bazaars. Friendly vendors hawk an array of treasures like shimmering silks and jewelry that deserve your attention. As the aroma of freshly brewed chai wafts through the air, stop and savor the perfect cup.

Here's a little something for history enthusiasts!

  • Stepwells (Baoris).

Walk down the captivating stepwells- architectural marvels, once the town’s lifeblood.

  • Bundi Palace.

Ascend to the awe-inspiring Bundi Palace, a 16th century masterpiece that stands sentinel over the town. With each wall adorned with fascinating murals whispering tales of the royal past, the grand halls and courtyards here deserve an exploration.

Call it a night at your heritage haven.

Today, we will trade our chariot for a local train to Bassi. The rhythmic journey unveils the heart of Rajasthan’s countryside. Upon arrival, we traverse the picturesque Chittorgarh landscape, reaching the serene Pangarh Lake.

Wonder: A mirrored lake ablaze with sunset hues, a majestic 15th century fort keeping watch. Sip chai, soak in the view, and unwind at our lakeside tented camp- a luxurious escape for the night!

Buckle up for an open-air adventure this morning on our classic Rajasthan itinerary!

This is an open-jeep ride through the rural heart of Rajasthan, India. Keep your eyes peeled and your shutters handy- you might spot some native wildlife, who knows?

We will have the chance to meet friendly villagers. Perhaps even get a traditional henna tattoo- a beautiful and temporary souvenir that will forever remind you of us, them, and Bijaipur. Our final stop is a heritage stay, where a delectable lunch of local specialities awaits.

Bid farewell to rural Rajasthan as we are off to Udaipur, the “Venice of the East.” Marble palaces grace emerald hills, their reflections shimmering on serene lakes.

Explore lively bazaars and discover artistic treasures, but beware- you might lose yourself in the timeless charm!

The afternoon is for you to unwind. Udaipur is also known as the “City of Lakes”- perhaps a boat ride on Lake Pichola sounds good?

Get well-rested for the night.

On your second day here, we take a city tour of all the best places to visit in Udaipur.

  • City Palace (where royalty resides in every stone).

Drench in the splendor of Udaipur’s City Palace. Having served as a backdrop for manifold Hollywood and Bollywood films, the City Palace in Udaipur is a royal among royalty!

  • Saheliyon Ki Bari (a serene oasis).

Also known as the “Courtyard of the Maidens,” Saheliyon-Ki-Bari is among Udaipur’s most revered.

This exquisite garden showcases the grandeur of Mewari majesty!

It is a paradise for those seeking solace and natural beauty amidst the historic splendor of Udaipur.

  • Bagore Ki Haveli (where Rajasthan dances to life).

Unravel the stark history of Bagore Ki Haveli Heritage Site. This architectural marvel is a window to the lavish lifestyle of the elite merchants of Udaipur and is a quintessence of archaic Rajasthani artistry.

  • Jagdish Temple (spirituality meets splendor)

Jagdish Temple is more than a mere place of worship; it is a spiritual journey that transcends centuries!

Pushkar holds a special spot in this classic Rajasthan itinerary. It is not only the last destination we visit in Rajasthan, but also the last on the entire trip. So, we will spend the whole day exploring and making the most of it!

  • Pushkar Lake (where legends come to life!).

 Standing as a homage to mythological richness, Pushkar Lake is no ordinary lake; it’s a divine reservoir of myriad legends and mind-boggling tales!

  • The Brahma Temple (the sacred reverie!).

The Brahma Temple in Pushkar, Rajasthan, is homed on the shores of the holy Pushkar Lake. The confluence of the presiding divinity and the cultural heritage, the sanctum sanctorum is dedicated to Lord Brahma, the creator in Hindu mythology.


  • Savitri Devi Temple (womanhood meets the horizon!).

Perched majestically atop the Ratnagiri hills in Pushkar, the Savitri Temple in Pushkar is dedicated to Goddess Savitri, the holy consort of Lord Brahma. This sanctum sanctorum is a testament to architectural grace and religious connotation!

  • Man Mahal (royalty redefined!).

The Man Mahal is an architectural masterpiece that echoes the grandeur of Rajasthan’s royal heritage. It offers a mesmerizing panoramic view of Pushkar Lake- this vantage point is a visual feast!

  • Bazaars of Pushkar (a melange of culture!).

In the heart of Pushkar, the bustling bazaars weave a tapestry of colors, scents, and textures, creating an immersive experience for everyone!

Strolling through the labyrinthine lanes, you’ll find yourself a kaleidoscope of traditional Rajasthani handicrafts and eclectic artifacts of various sorts.

Today, we will travel back to Delhi. You can spend the day looking back at the treasure trove of memories from this classic Rajasthan tour. Reminisce about the vibrant colors, exciting encounters, and the timeless spirit of the incredible land. Delhi welcomes us back for a final farewell.

Perhaps there is time for some last-minute shopping or a visit to a cherished landmark before we bid adieu?

There’s no “farewell” to us, but always a “see you soon”.

  • Meet and Assist at the Respective Airports on arrival.
  • Accommodation on a double bed basis with a bed and breakfast plan.
  • Accommodation at Luxury camps at Paangarh on Half board plan.
  • Private transportation with AC Innova Toyota Crysta/Maharaja Travelers Van for the entire trip.
  • English-speaking guide at each city at the time of sightseeing.
  • Classic Leader led Tuk-Tuk Ride & Old Delhi walking tour.
  • Rural tour of Madhogarh
  • Ranthambore Private Jeep Safari
  • Leopard Safari at Bijaipur
  • A walking tour at Pushkar with Manish.
  • Tribal tour of Bhil community near Udaipur.
  • Monument fee at each city as per the itinerary.
  • Boat ride at Lake Pichola at Udaipur.
  • Jeep ride at Amer Fort Jaipur.
  • A bottle of 1 liter of mineral water per day per adult.
  • Light refreshments/snacks in the car throughout the tour.
  • State tolls and Interstate taxes.
  • Driver Accommodation and Meal Expenses.
  • GST and Service taxes.
  • Meals Not Mentioned In the Itinerary
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as tips, telephone bills, laundry etc.
  • Any alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Insurance and medical-claim.
  • Expenses incurred during the emergency situation or evacuation.
  • Any airfares, International or Domestic.
  • Any unspecified, optional and suggested activities.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc
  • Any Increase in Taxes or Fuel Leading To an Increase in Surface Transport
  • Anything, which is not mentioned in the list of inclusions.

Q: What is the best time to visit Rajasthan?

A: The ideal time to visit Rajasthan is during the cooler months, from October to March.

Q: What type of accommodation is included?

A: Classic Rajasthan tours typically include heritage hotels and comfortable stays.

Q: What is the dress code in Rajasthan?

A: Rajasthan is a conservative region. Dressing modestly is respectful, especially when visiting religious sites.

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