Uncover the magic of Rajasthan's history and culture with our tour. Explore majestic forts, marvel at stunning palaces, visit ancient temples and bustling bazaars. A royal getaway awaits! You can get the itinerary tailored to your needs.
Next, visit Laxmi Narayan Temple – The Place of Gods, Parliament House – the Government Headquarters, and Jama Masjid – Asia’s largest mosque. Drive past the iconic Red Fort and Gandhi Memorial. End the tour with a visit to the Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb, among the city’s most visited attractions.
Post sightseeing, retreat to the hotel for dinner and stay overnight.
In the morning, have breakfast and complete the check-out formalities. Then, we will depart to Churu, a desert city that is the gateway to That Desert. Once you reach Churu, you will be transferred to your pre-booked hotel, check – in and unwind. Later, head out for a heritage walk of Churu.
As you step into Churu Fort, Kothari and Surana Haveli, it will take you into the era when kings ruled the village. This village tour will take you back to the time of camels, caravans, and traders and give you insight into the desert lifestyle.
In the evening, go for the “Sundowner on dunes”. Get ready for a short ride to the sand dunes outside the village. Here, you can sit atop dunes and admire the sun lowering down in the silence. At night, have dinner and stay overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast, complete the check-out formalities and hit the road to Nagaur. Upon arrival, check-in to Ranvas, a heritage fort hotel located within Ahhichatragarh Fort Complex in Nagaur. Ranvas is set within a massive fort complex and is preserved, which was originally constructed for the queens of Maharaja Bhakat Singh of Jodhpur in the 18th century.
The remaining day is at ease, you can trace the heritage fort hotel on your own. At night, have dinner and stay overnight.
Spend day 5 of your Rajasthan Heritage tour exploring the fort, the palaces, and the halls at Nagaur. A guided museum tour will display the process of the fort’s restoration and the tales related to bygone days. Later, you will be taken to the town and markets of Nagaur, along with a visit to the desert areas around the town. You can buy souvenirs for your loved ones from the markets. At night, make your way back to the hotel for dinner and stay overnight in Nagaur.
Upon arrival at Chanoud Garh, get a traditional welcome with flower garlands and tikka/aarti. Then, at Ganesh Dodi, a sweet will be served, and then you will be led into the Mardana Chowk garden to sit and have water.
You will have a short briefing on the property here while your luggage is transferred to your designated room. The remaining day is leisurely. Have dinner and overnight stay in Chanoud Garh.
Arise in Chanoud Garh and then go to Rang Mahal for breakfast. After that, put on your walking shoes and embark on a village tour. A village man will accompany you to give you an authentic feel of the village. Make your way to the village school, through the market to the village houses. Visit the majestic fort on the banks of the lake to see royal cenotaphs and a vegetable garden. Interacting with the village folks to learn their ways of life will be an immersive experience you will remember forever.
Note: We advise you to wear appropriate clothing to respect the culture of the village. No shorts, no revealing tops, etc.
After the village tour, return to the hotel and rest. In your free time, females can get henna tattoos by a village girl (depends on availability).
Later, an early evening jeep ride in the countryside is organized for you. Drive through the flat arid zone to encounter herders and women returning home carrying firewood. Then, ride to the fields to see the agricultural patterns. The land is flat, cracked in the dry months, and filled with water in the monsoon months, attracting migratory birds.
After the jeep ride, get back to the hotel for dinner at the Badal Mahal in summer or Mor Chowk in winter. An Overnight stay in Chanoud Garh.
Post breakfast at the hotel, check out and proceed to Jawai. This region is also called leopard and shepherd country. It brings many international filmmakers to India, from BBC, National Geographic, Animal Planet, and Discovery Channel.
Check-in at the Bera Safari Lodge. They offer a safari for the best leopard sightings. In addition, special services are provided to wildlife photographers and filmmakers in this lodge.
After the safari, have dinner and stay overnight in Jawai.
On day 9 of your Heritage Rajasthan Tour, have your breakfast. Then, get ready, as we will take you to Jawai Dam. Built by Maharaja Umaid Singh of Jodhpur, it is the biggest dam in western Rajasthan and is a haven for birdwatchers. Many species of migratory and residential birds visit here between November and March. You can spot species of the Sarus Crane, Indian Courser, Bar-Headed Geese, Water Fowl, Pelicans, Osprey, and many others.
Afterward, the rest of the day is at ease, you can travel through the nearby surroundings on your own. Have dinner and overnight stay in Jawai.
Today, after breakfast and check out, we will drive you to Udaipur via Ranakpur. Known for its Chaturmukh temples, Ranakpur is a famous pilgrimage center in Rajasthan. The drive will continue to Udaipur, “The City of Lakes”, where you will check-in to your room and rest for a while. In the evening, explore the local markets and observe the lifestyle of locals. At night, have dinner and stay overnight.
Next on the list is the City Palace, located on Lake Pichola in the lake’s center. Visit Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir and as the sun is about to set, enjoy a boat ride at Lake Pichola.
At night, have dinner and stay overnight.
Afterward, make your way back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Once arrived in Agra, complete the check-in formalities at the hotel and relax. Then, in the evening, watch the sun go down at the Taj Mahal, lending a tint of red orange hues and the most iconic structure in India, built for love.
At night, have dinner and overnight stay in Agra.
Embark on a 15-day Heritage Rajasthan Tour, exploring the captivating facets of this enchanting state. Commencing in Jaipur, known as “The Pink City,” and journey through the cultural tapestry, ending in the picturesque “City of Lakes,” Udaipur. Marvel at the medieval forts and palaces that testify to the region’s rich history.
Your itinerary encompasses diverse experiences, from birdwatching and boat rides to safaris and village tours. Indian Visit ensures a seamless and unforgettable holiday, providing delectable meals, stays in heritage hotels, hygienic transfers, and immersive sightseeing.