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Rajasthan Luxury Tour 2024 & 2025

Experience The Splendor Of Rajasthan Delighting In Luxury Accommodations And Unique Cultural Experiences.

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About The Tour
India is a treasure trove of culture, history, and heritage. For those who have never visited this vast country before, Rajasthan in India is a good place to start. From fascinating historical sites like Amber Fort to the floating city of Jodhpur, this place has something for every traveler. Plus, royal heritage, tantalizing spices, and the overwhelming contrast of Indian culture make this a must-visit destination on your travels.

It offers you a journey through time with the marvel named Golden Triangle India.

Embark on an unforgettable journey to Rajasthan– with all the luxuries and extras that come with being royalty. Get your luxurious tour package now, and let us handle the rest!

 Highlights

 Witness the vibrant blue city from up top at Mehrangarh Fort, one of the largest and best-preserved forts in India.

 Afloat luxuriously on the Pichola lake and experience a feeling of unbounded stillness.

 Observe the local people wearing colorful, distinctive turbans, which make you feel as though you have stepped back in time.

 The grandeur of “the pink city” as Jaipur is called, lies in the massive forts, royal palaces, holy temples and the pink that can’t be missed.

 Admire the pink city with the sunset while sitting on the edge of the Amer Fort

Khamma Ghani! Welcome to Rajasthan! We are delighted to offer you a very hospitable welcome at the airport. A private chauffeur will be waiting for you when you arrive and will take you directly to your accommodation.

Our luxurious cars are equipped with all the amenities you may need, such as Wi-Fi and power outlets. If you're arriving in the evening, we recommend dressing warmly, as temperatures can drop dramatically at night.

Be sure to pack a light jacket and sun hat in the summer months! Depending on the time of your arrival and your destination, we may also offer a shuttle service. Our chauffeur is licensed, insured, and has years of experience driving guests around town.

We hope that this overview of what's included in our welcome offers at the airport has convinced you to choose us as your preferred travel partner!

On a guided tour, visit Hawa Mahal, The City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and Amer Fort.

1. Hawa Mahal (The Wind Palace) - An Escape In The Kingdom Of Angkor You might not know this, but the " Wind Palace" (Hawa Mahal), also known as the Pink Palace, is an architectural marvel in Jaipur. Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, it is a five-storeyed honeycombed maze of a building built for the ladies of the royal household and was meant to serve as a symbol of love and devotion.

2. The City Palace - History Of An Iconic Symbol In its epic appearance, the City Palace in Jodhpur is a grand complex of courtyards, gardens, and palaces. It is a blend of vaults and corridors that can lead you through hundreds of rooms. Smacked right in the middle of the old city, the palace sits in one of the most exciting settings. The age-old history and traditions help to preserve the elegance and glamour of this grand palace complex.

3. Jantar Mantar - A Rock In The Desert That Predates The Computer If you walk into the Jantar Mantar, your eyes will be drawn to the largest of its three main instruments, the Pancha-Yantra (literally "the five-times table"). Astonishingly, even today, the Jantar Mantar still bears testimony to its former use as an astronomical observatory. The height of the structure (120 feet) and its width (240 feet) allow it to accommodate up to sixteen people at a time. Each stone has been carefully placed so that it can be used as a pointer when performing calculations.

4. Amer Fort If you walk into the Jantar Mantar, your eyes will be drawn to the largest of its three main instruments, the Pancha-Yantra (literally "the five-times table"). Astonishingly, even today, the Jantar Mantar still bears testimony to its former use as an astronomical observatory. The height of the structure (120 feet) and its width (240 feet) allow it to accommodate up to sixteen people at a time. Each stone has been carefully placed so that it can be used as a pointer when performing calculations.

We will leave the Jaipur hotel after breakfast for our next destination - Bikaner. It is well known as the Camel Country of Rajasthan because of the variety of camel breeds that live there.

Bikaner is approximately 330 km away from Jaipur and takes up to 6 hours to reach. So, when you arrive here, check into your pre-booked hotel and take some time to relax.

In the evening, you can visit some local temples and shop for some traditional items in the market streets. Afterward, return to your hotel and take a good sleep. Because a full day of sightseeing in Bikaner awaits you the following day.

Bikaner is ruled by its scenic beauty and rich cultural history. Everyone needs to visit this fascinating place at least once in their life to experience its unique beauty and to know the culture of this region. The city has many attractions, such as the Junagarh Fort, Shri Laxminath Temple, and Seth Bhandasar Jain Temple..

1. THE TAJ MAHAL – An Eternal Story Of Love And Longing What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of what India and Rajasthan have? Colossal architecture, ancient history, and possibly some of the most jaw-dropping landscapes in the world. But did you know that there is more than just ancient ruins to explore? Today we will be taking a look at the Junagarh Fort located in Rajasthan, an architectural wonder that has been around since hundreds of years ago.

2. Shri Laxminath Temple With a predominantly Hindu culture in India, there is no shortage of traditional religious sites to visit. Shri Laxminath Temple, founded in 15th century Rajasthan, is one of the popular tourist destinations for Indian nationals and foreign visitors. The temple complex consists of the main temple and several subsidiary shrines, including a lavishly decorated monastic complex. The architecture of the temple is characterized by its intricate sculptural decorations and delicate stone carvings.

3. Seth Bhandasar Jain Temple - The Most Breathtaking Example Of Indian Art From the moment you set foot on the grounds of the Seth Bhandasar Jain Temple in Rajasthan, India, you are enveloped by a sense of peace. This temple is surrounded by beautiful gardens and deep blue skies - a relaxing retreat from city life. The temple features intricate carvings and murals and is an impressive sight to behold. The temple also has a number of rare statues and artifacts, including a statue of Mahavira, the founder of Jainism. The temple is open to visitors daily from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and admission costs Rs 30 per person.

The journey from Bikaner to Jaisalmer is a testament to the power of India's road infrastructure. The route winds its way through some of the country's most beautiful landscapes, and it's easy to see why this part of Rajasthan is known as the 'Golden Triangle.'

Once you arrive in Jaisalmer, there are plenty of things to do: wander through the markets, visit local artisanal shops, and take a camel ride into the desert. There are also many attractions within the city itself, such as the Jaisalmer Fort, the Spice Market, and the Sidi Sahib Mosque. If you're feeling energetic, you can explore the city on foot or take a bike ride. And if you need to relax after a busy day, there are plenty of options for spa treatments and luxury pampering in Jaisalmer.

Experience the rugged beauty of Jaisalmer on a tour of the desert city. Take a leisurely walk through its vibrant, bazaar-filled streets, explore and learn about its ancient fortifications with a local guide, or even take in the views from atop one of the city's many sand dunes.

1. Jaisalmer Fort- A World Of Its Own When it comes to culture, Jaisalmer is a city that oozes tradition and old-world charm. The people here are known for their hospitality, and the city is home to some of India’s most beautiful ornate palaces and stunning temples. You won’t be able to help but feel relaxed and at ease in Jaisalmer – from the moment you arrive. But what does it take for a city to be considered worth visiting? Maybe a lot of interesting things! Maybe it has amazing architecture or a great vibe, or incredible food! All these things are found in Jaisalmer, India - the Incredible Sandcastle City that has 4,000 People. There's always something happening here, from traditional dance performances to live music venues. If you want to get involved, there are plenty of options for cultural activities as well. Whatever you do, make sure to visit Jaisalmer – it's an experience you won't want to miss!

2. Patwon-Ki-Haweli- A Unique Experience In Jaisalmer Every state in India has its own fair share of architectural wonders, be it the Taj Mahal or the Red Fort. But only one city in India offers you a chance to visit two marvels within one lifetime; this is Jaisalmer’s Patwon Ki Haveli. The palace is located in the center of Jaisalmer on a raised platform overlooking the city. It consists of several courtyards and pavilions linked by narrow corridors and features intricate carvings, marble work, and painted ceilings. The interior walls are covered in paintings depicting episodes from Indian mythology and history.

3. Bada Bagh Located on Ramgarh road, about halfway between Jaisalmer and Lodurva, Bada Bagh or Bara Bagh is a historical garden. One of the main attractions of this bagh is its beautiful sandstone cenotaphs or chhatris perched high on a hill. When you look around, you might notice that the chhatris range in size.

This represents the status of a family member. Also, don't miss the breathtaking sunsets here. This area was originally famous for Maharaja Jai Singh II's “Jaitsar tank.” While it is no longer a source of water, you will still be able to observe some remains from the large park area right below Bada Bagh.

Note: Don't miss the opportunity to take photos and videos here, as this is an incredibly scenic and photogenic spot.

It’s super easy to cover 281 km of distance between Jaisalmer to Jodhpur with a 4-hour drive. You will be greeted upon arrival in Jodhpur and taken to your hotel. Once you've checked in, take some time to relax. On the next day, you can explore some famous attractions and go sightseeing.

If you're looking for a romantic getaway, a simple day trip, or a break from your work, Jodhpur might be the perfect place for you! This city in Rajasthan is an architectural wonder and boasts the widest street in India. Our guided tour is definitely the way to go if you're looking for an overview of the city's main sites. We’ll help you spend more time exploring each site and learning about the history behind them.

1. Mehrangarh Fort - From Vagabonds To Emperors Explore the beauty and grandeur of Mehrangarh Fort in India with its high ramparts, massive terrace, and turrets. The fort has a commanding view of the surrounding terrain, which makes it a perfect shooting location for many movies in Bollywood as well as Hollywood.

2. Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur is renowned for its splendid temples. But one place you shouldn't miss out on visiting is the Umaid Bhawan Palace. Built in 1929 by Maharaja Gaj Singh of Jodhpur, it's the only royal palace that's still in use today. The palace features an intricately carved door handle that is made of ivory and gold. The palace also has a number of other iconic features, including a marble staircase that leads to the upper floors, a courtyard with fountains, and a pool that contains fish swimming in the turquoise water.

3. Jaswant Thada - India's Best-Kept Holiday Secret Jaswant Thada, which is a complex of white buildings in Jodhpur, and India's Cenotaphs of Marwar Rulers are the worlds of three different cultures. The buildings showcase a fusion of Indian, Islamic, and European architectural styles that reflect a unique time period in history when India was being modernized.

Now we will head to our next location on this luxury tour voyage i.e., from Jodhpur to Ranakpur. It will take you approximately 3 to 3.5 hours to complete the 155 km distance. One of the most well-known attractions in Ranakpur is its 550-year-old Jain temple made out of white marble.

Within the main temple, there are a number of shrines that are really worth visiting. It's possible that you'll be very tired up until you reach Ranakpur. However, Mountbatten Lodge is our selected place of rest where you can rejuvenate your energy back. The lodge offers a breathtaking view of the scenic valley.

Tourists will find the property very convenient as it is situated close to all tourist attractions. Guests can relax at the property's surreal pool. Plus, you can even enjoy a free breakfast once you reach there.

Mountbatten Lodge is widely known for giving their customers an experience that will last a lifetime. They will cover the following spots to make your visit to Ranakpur special: Ranakpur Temples, Kumbhalgarh Fort, and Jeep Safari.

1. Ranakpur Temples There are several amazing Jain temples in Ranakpur, but the Chaumukha temple (sometimes incorrectly referred to as Ranakpur temple) is the most famous and visited spot. It is a true masterpiece of art and architecture from the 15th century and a must-see when traveling to Rajasthan. In mere moments of entering Chaumukha, visitors will be struck by the sheer number of pillars that support terraces on several levels and enormous domes on all four sides, each one uniquely carved so that they can stand out from the rest. The main structure of this temple, a massive white marble building, occupies 4500 square meters with 1444 pillars supporting 80 domes in 29 rooms. Visitors can admire the facade of the temple with its detailed bas-reliefs and beautiful statues from the staircase that leads to the main entrance. There is another remarkable sculpture of Parshvanatha in the Chaumukla Jain temple, whose head is encircled by 1008 snakes. You can even visit other Jain temples nearby Chaumukla, with intricate marble work along their facades.

2. Kumbalgarh Fort As the second largest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China, Kumbhalgarh fort in Rajasthan has made its mark in history. The mighty fort surrounds Udaipur and is 3600 feet high and 38 kilometers long. Located at the top of a hill, the fort offers a great view of the surrounding countryside. The fort also gives the opportunity to witness many palaces, gardens, temples, and water storage facilities within the fort, which make it a major attraction. In addition to the fort, Kumbhalgarh is full of other interesting sites for tourists. Like Badal Mahal, which has many beautiful apartments painted in pastel colors with beautiful murals on the walls. It is also worth visiting Haldighati, where Rana Pratap fought the massive forces of Akbar during the Battle of 1576. This area is home to a lovely canopy dedicated to Rana Pratap. A visit to Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, which covers 586 square kilometers, is also recommended. This sanctuary boasts a number of wildlife species, such as panthers, wild boars, antelopes, sloth bears, and scientifically bred crocodiles in the lake.

3. Jeep Safari Experience the thrill and excitement of this exciting 2-hour jeep safari tour in Ranakpur. We will pick you up from Mountbatten lodge and take you to the tour location. You will have many opportunities to spot beautiful wildlife species on this safari, making it an excellent choice for naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts. With this great trek, you will pass through dense forests, water streams, beautiful valleys, and steep hills. We know this activity will make a special place in your heart. This is why we highly recommend it.

It's finally time to bid farewell to Ranakpur and start making new memories in Udaipur. You have to cover almost 94 km, which will take about two hours and thirty minutes. Traveling time can be made more enjoyable by exploring the outside world.

After all, almost every part of Rajashtan is a tourist attraction. With this, you will not realize how quickly you have covered the distance and have arrived in Udaipur.

The city of Udaipur is renowned for its rich culture, pious atmosphere, cultural heritage, ancient museums, and delicious cuisine. It combines the best of the past and the present to create a perfect amalgam of cultures.

Spend some time exploring the local area or having a hearty meal to unwind from all the travel fatigue on your day of reach. After that, the next two days will be spent covering a lot of beautiful destinations in Udaipur. So, get ready to enjoy them all.

Udaipur has a lot to offer tourists that is impossible to cover in a single day. Thus, we have created this itinerary as a 2-day package for your stay in Udaipur. Major sites to cover for the 12th day are as follows : City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jagdish Temple, and Monsoon Palace 

1. City Palace City Palace in Jaipur is a well-known tourist attraction in the old part of town. This vast palace complex was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1729-1732, occupying one-seventh of the walled city. There are a number of courtyards, buildings, and gardens in the palace, including the Mubarak Mahal and the Chandra Mahal. At the City Palace Museum, there are a number of unique handcrafted products presented in the form of exhibits that reflect the royal heritage of the palace. Plus it also has an acute and detailed facade that combines Mughal and Rajput architectural styles. Despite the fact that the outer walls of the palace were built by Jai Singh II, the palace itself has undergone a variety of changes over the years, some of them dating back as far as the early 20th century. There are three gates in the City Palace, of which two are open to the public: the Virendra Pol and the Udai Pol. Apart from the palace's regal architecture, it also provides an insight into a rich heritage of a bygone era, as well as a stunning view of the Pink City. A trip to Jaipur wouldn't be complete without seeing this. You can even enjoy the puppet shows in the evenings. Plus, delight yourself with one very famous cafe there with continental desserts.

2. Lake Pichola Lake Pichola in Udaipur is named after the nearby village of Pichola. Inland from Lake Pichola, you'll find a myriad of temples, mansions, ghats, islands, palaces, and restaurants. Those visiting the lake should not miss the stunning sunrises and sunsets it offers. A 3-mile long, 2 miles wide, and 30-foot deep, Lake Pichola has four main islands, Jag Mandir, Mohan Mandir, Jag Niwas, and Arsi Vilas. Jag Niwas is home to Udaipur’s most famous palace, widely known as “Taj Palace” or “Lake Palace.” This majestic palace is one of the finest luxury hotels today in Udaipur by the Taj group. A visit to this palace will mesmerize you with its beautiful architecture and history, as it is filled with many themes and things connected to royal families. In the middle of Lake Pichola is Jag Mandir, which looks no less than a marble floating residence. This place can be reached by boat from Bansi Ghat. Gul Mahal and a small museum are two of the main attractions at Jag Mandir Palace. There are a lot of beautiful murals and paintings surrounding the Gul Mahal that make the building look very luxurious. Lake Pichola boat rides are also a must. Experiencing the beauty and charm of the lake requires this activity.

3. Jagdish Temple Built-in 1651, Jagdish Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. This temple features an awe-inspiring pagoda which is 24 meters high and adorned with sculptures of musicians, elephants, ballet dancers, and horsemen. It is the city's biggest and most magnificent temple. Visitors are greeted by two enormous stone elephants at the entrance.

Then one must climb 32 marble steps to reach the main shrine. In the inner corner of the doorway of Lord Vishnu is an image of Garuda (celestial bird), who guards the entrance to his abode. A total of four smaller shrines are surrounded by the main shrine, each dedicated to different gods and goddesses. Since this is an exotic temple, you should inspect every corner of it. You can also discover more about the stories behind 50 pillars and the paintings on the temple walls. Furthermore, if you wish to offer Lord Vishnu garlands and sweets, you can find many shops and hawkers nearby.

4. Monsoon Palace Perched atop a hill, the Monsoon Palace illuminates Udaipur's skyline. This palace, once known as Sajjangarh Palace, provides a panoramic view of the surrounding lakes, countryside, and palaces. Monsoon Palace is best viewed during sunsets in Udaipur because the orange glow reflects off the palace. This palatial residence is located high in the Aravali mountains, overlooking Lake Pichola and Fatehsagar Lake.

A visit to this palace will also give you the opportunity to see Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary at the bottom of the hill. This sanctuary surrounding the Monsoon Palace is home to reptiles, wild boars, sambhars, nilgais, tigers, hyenas, and panthers. The Aravalli hills can even be enjoyed from Gorilla Point to Bari Lake on a fun jungle safari.

There is a wealth of beautiful lakes around Udaipur, which is surrounded by the lush green hills of the Aravallis. Hence, it is often called the city of lakes. Therefore the final day of our Udaipur trip will be spent exploring some of the best lakes, such as Lake Badi and Fateh Sagar. We will also visit the local bazaars in this paradisiacal place.

1. Lake Badi There is an artificial freshwater lake called Badi Lake on the outskirts of the city. Badi Lake was built between 1652 and 1680 by Maharaja Raj Singh, covering a huge area of 155 square kilometers. Badi Lake is popular as a picnic spot, and a place to enjoy utter peace and tranquility because it is not surrounded by tourist crowds. Swimming is also possible in the lake, and there are a number of kiosks (shamiyanas) along the embankments for relaxation. Another major attraction at the place is a hilltop called 'Bahubali.’ Aerial views of the landscape can be enjoyed here. Bahubali hill is even suitable for trekking. In recent years, this activity has gained a lot of momentum and popularity among tourists. It is not recommended to take children on the trek since it is rather tricky. The right diversion from Badi Lake will lead you to this trek. Keep going until you come across a tin shop and a temple across the direction of 'Silence Resort.'

2. Fateh Sagar Lake Fateh Sagar, an artificial lake in the shape of a pear, consists of three tiny islands. So, visiting each island is one of the most common activities at the lake. On the first island, Nehru Park has been created. Spend some time at Nehru Park if you love art and nature. Another island is home to beautiful water fountains.

These fountains are lit up in the evening to enhance the beauty of the area. Those who are fascinated with astronomy will be delighted to learn that the third island houses the region's best solar observatory, Udaipur Solar Observatory. The above three islands can be explored by taking a scenic boat ride and enjoying the view of the lake. Your heart will melt when you visit this place. Boat rides take you close to the Aravalli hills and soothe your mind. For those with a sense of adventure, there are speedboats available. Discover the joys of speedboat riding on the lake by unleashing your adventurous side. Jet skis are also an option.

It is entirely up to you what you prefer. You might also enjoy visiting the Vintage Car Museum near the lake. The place is a must-see for vintage car fans. Taking a look at these cars will give you a sense of how extravagantly the Rajasthani royal family lives.

After seeing all the stuff, let's indulge in some mouth-watering food now. Delicious local cuisine is available by the lakeside. From fine dining to numerous food stalls, you can explore everything.

3. Local Bazaars Allow yourself enough space in your luggage to do some shopping in Udaipur. In fact, one cannot help you from getting captivated by the vibrant shops that line from the Jagdish temple all the way to the City Palace in Udaipur. There are countless stalls filled with the usual tourist fare, such as wooden toys, puppets, handicrafts, textiles, notebooks, leather goods, art, and so on.

Major Highlights Of Local Bazaars In Udaipur

1. A large selection of durable and comfortable camel leather sandals and shoes.

2. Authentic Rajasthani lac bangles that are also an integral part of Rajasthani culture. Intricate designs studded with stones range from simple to elaborate.

3. Jaipuri Razai or Rajasthani blankets are also highly recommended. You will even be compelled to purchase Pichwai and Phad arts if you are an art enthusiast.

Following breakfast, check out of the hotel, and we will take you back to Jaipur. Your tour now comes to an end with wonderful memories. But we hope to see you with other destinations in the near future.

 Accommodations are available in double bedrooms on a bed and breakfast basis.

 Accommodation on a double bed room basis at Mountainbatton lodge on full board.

 Experienced drives with Innova Crysta for the itinerary mentioned.

 English-speaking experienced guides at the time of sightseeing.

 Entry fee at the monuments mentioned in the itinerary.

 Entry fee at the monuments mentioned in the itinerary.

 Evening boating session at Lake Pichola, Udaipur.

 Sun-downers program at Mountain Lodge, Ranakpur.

 Leopard Jeep Safari session at Mountain Lodge, Ranakpur.

 Jeep ride at the fort of Amer.

 Driver food, lodging, and expenses.

 Interstate taxes, tolls, and parking.

 Fuel and gas cost.

 One Mineral water bottle a day for each traveler.

 Refreshments throughout the tour.

 Hand Sanitizers and Hand tissues

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 mediclaim.

 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

 Any thing, which is not mentioned in the list of inclusions.

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