Rajasthan Heritage tour package ( 14 Nights - 15 Days )

  • Cultural
  • Heritage
Tour Plan
  • Delhi Arrival
  • Udaipur (2 Nights)
  • Ranakpur (1 Night)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1 Night)
  • Ghanerao (1 Night)
  • Jodhpur (1 Night)
  • Khimsar (1 Night)
  • Pushkar (1 Night)
  • Jaipur (1 Night)
  • Ranthambore (2 Nights)
  • Agra (1 Night)
  • Delhi (2 Nights)
  • Departure
Best Time To Visit : September - April
Rajputana India Tours has designed this 14 Nights - 15 Days Rajasthan Heritage Tour Package keeping in mind the liking and preference of tourists (domestic as well as international) who want to explore the desert state of India. This Rajasthan Tour package covers cities like Udaipur, Ranakpur, Kumbhalgarh, Ghanerao, Jodhpur, Khimsar, Pushkar, Jaipur, Ranthambore, Agra and Delhi. You are going to visit major tourist attractions like Taj Mahal, City Palace, Amber Fort, Jagdish Temple, Fateh Sagar Lake, Amber Fort and many more.
Major Highlights of this Golden Triangle Tour Package
  • Visit major tourist attractions in Udaipur, Ranakpur, Kumbhalgarh, Ghanerao, Jodhpur, Khimsar, Pushkar, Jaipur, Ranthambore, Agra and Delhi in this impeccably designed Rajasthan Heritage Tour Package with arrival at Delhi.
  • Trekking in Aravali Hills
  • Trekking in Thar Desert
  • Visiting local village of Bishnoi and Osian
  • Agra – Famous for Taj Mahal- monument of love and compassion
  • Jaipur – Popularly known as “Pink City of India” and has various ancient monuments
  • Jodhpur – Famous for Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace
  • Udaipur – Famous for City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Fateh Sagar Lake
  • Pushkar- Famous for Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake
  • Delhi – Hallmark of great monuments built during Mughal era
  • Fatehpur Sikri- Magnificent fortified ancient city built during Mughal era
  • Kumbhalgarh- Famous for Kumbhalgarh Fort
  • Ranthambore – Well-known for tiger sighting (jungle safari)

Suggested Tour Itinerary

Day: 1- Arrival at Delhi and Fly to Udaipur

Upon your arrival at Delhi airport for Rajasthan Heritage Tour Package, our company representative will meet and greet you. Later you will be board your flight to Udaipur.  Upon arrival transfer to the hotel and later in the afternoon we shall be doing boat ride to see this beautiful city with different perception.  Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day: 2 – Udaipur Sightseeing    

After having breakfast at the hotel, our representative will transfer you to the car as you will leave for full- day sightseeing in this beautiful city. You will visit City Palace – the largest royal complex in Rajasthan as the construction began in the year 1559 under Maharaja Udai Singh II and subsequently carried out under his successor Maharanas for a period of next 300 years. This magnificent monument consists of towers, balconies, cupolas that give panoramic view of the Udaipur city and Pichola Lake. Then you will visit Jagdish Temple, which was constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh. This temple has Indo-Aryan architectural style and dedicated to Lord Jagannath. Have a drive through the old streets of Udaipur and reach Fateh Sagar Lake – an artificial lake that was reconstructed by Maharana Fateh Singh in the year 1888. Then you will visit Saheliyon-Ki-Bari, which is also known as courtyard of maidens was built by Maharana Bhopal Singh and comprises of marble elephants, a lotus pool, kiosks and fountains. In the evening, you either go for shopping of wooden folk toys, wall hangings, hand-printed textiles or visit Monsoon palace, which was built in the year 1884 by Maharana Sajjan Singh.  Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day: 3 – Drive to Ranakpur         

After having breakfast at the hotel, drive to the famous pilgrims spot to Jain religion Ranakpur. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel and later we shall be visiting the famous Jain temple of Ranakpur. Ranakpur is also one of the five main holy places of the Jain communities. There are over 500 years old temples that are in good condition. The main temple is dedicated to the first Jain Saint, extensive in architecture, is located in a quiet and picturesque valley, deep in the Aravalis, and has 1444 pillars, 80 domes and 29 halls. Every pillar is different and is very beautifully carved.  These temples open for tourist only after 1 PM every day. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day: 4 – Travel to Kumbalgarh and trek (12 Km approximate)    

After having breakfast at the hotel, we drive hardly 15 minutes to the starting point of our trek. First we walk in the forest. We come out form the forest and hit the road from here we take the pilgrim way and walk up hill to one of the famous temple of Pashuram. In order to reach to the road from temple we have to use the stairs which will take 1 hour. On the way of this trek we shall be encounter to one of the most famous tribe of the area called Bheel who helped Kings of Udaipur specially MaharanaPartap. The whole walk will be approximately 5 hours (Including rest). After finishing the trek we drive 30 minutes to Kumbhalgarh. Later in the afternoon we shall be visiting the magnificent fort of Kumbhalgarh and in the evening witness the light show in the fort. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day: 5 – Travel to Ghanerao and trek (14 Km approx) 

Today our walk is slightly longer nearly 06 hours including rest. Today we start early and will be going down the hill for most of our trek. And stop over for lunch at Crocodile Lake. It’s a beautiful lake in the middle of the reserve area, also a paradise for the bird watchers. After lunch we go through some small tribal settlements and fields where we can see the locals working in their fields and the shepherds. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day: 6 – Travel to Jodhpur          

After having early morning breakfast at the hotel, we start early morning which is always considered as the best time to travel and to take the photographs of the villagers working in their fields.  On the way to Jodhpur we shall be visiting beautiful Bishnoi village. This village is marked with beautiful houses, who are famous for their rich cultural Rajasthani life and their true love for nature and wildlife. We will spend nearly an hour to peep into the lifestyle of the village. Later we drive to Jodhpur. In Jodhpur we shall visit the Forts and the other beautiful and interesting sights of Jodhpur. Jodhpur is one of the great desert kingdoms of old. This is the former capital of Marwar state which was founded by Rae Jodha who claimed descent from Lord Rama. The massive 15thCentury fort-Mehrangarh-came first and around it grew the city Jodhpur protected by a high stone wall with seven gates and countless bastions. The fort is very impressive spreading over 5 km and looking down from about a height of about 125 meters.  Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Please note: After visiting Fort we shall make a walk that goes from the Fort to the old blue city the whole walk is going to be nearly of 1.5 to 02 hours through the old houses and the old market of Jodhpur.

Day: 7 – Jodhpur / Osian / Khimsar (desert camp) (Drive / Small Trek)

After breakfast we first drive nearly 1.5 hour to a beautiful village Osian which is well renowned for its ancient temples and their rich craftsmanship. It is also known as “Khajuraho of Rajasthan”. It is the home of some of the ruined Brahmin and Jain temples dating from 08th to 11th centuries.  After spending time in this beautiful place we drive another 1 hour Khimsar. Upon arrival we shall check in into the camp/ resort.  Later we shall be making a circular walk into remote village of Khimser perched on the edge of the Great Thar Desert.  Since 16th century that offers exhilarating experience. The Khimsar nestled amidst sand dunes that seem to roll into eternity. It is truly remote, rural and romantic. Rustic in appearance is consonance with the surroundings. Return to the camp/resort for overnight stay.

Day: 8    Travel to Pushkar

After having breakfast at the hotel, we will drive to Pushkar. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel and later proceed for the sightseeing. Pushkar, the picturesque pilgrim city nestles among the majestic Aravali hills and is considered to be one of the most sacred pilgrimages for Hindus and is rendered incomplete without a holy dip in a sacred water of Pushkar Lake. The holy land is dotted with over 400 sacred shrines of immense religious importance, the most important being the temple of Lord Brahma which is only one of its kind in India. The beautiful Pushkar Lake has 52 bathing places (ghats) around the Lake. This interesting place becomes even more interesting and lively during the annual Pushkar Fair which is the largest Cattle Fair of India and is perhaps the most colorful Animal Fair in the world. Pushkar comes to live during the Fair and the environment is truly electrifying. Men in their colourful turbans and women wearing colourful costumes browse through the roadside stalls selling snacks, sweetmeats, ice crushes, bangles, brass wares, camel saddles and halters etc. the list becomes endless. All roads lead to the sacred Lake and it seems as if a tide of vibrant colours is flowing through the town. Various cultural events like Camel-cart races, horse races, donkey races, are organized which prove to be a great entertaining experience. After the eventful day as the sun sets behind the hills, the entire atmosphere reverberates with the sound of bells and prayers in the temples. At night hundreds of small oil lamps are burnt and placed on the green leaves and floated in the lake after the prayers and the lake seems to be illuminated with lamps. The view is simply mesmerizing and is to be seen to believe. Cultural programmes like folk dances, skits and folk music are also organized in the evenings for the entertainment. Return to the camp or resort for overnight stay.

Day: 9 – Travel to Jaipur

Have breakfast at the hotel, then our company representative will transfer you to the car as you drive for full-day sightseeing in Pink city of India – Jaipur. The visit starts from Amber Fort that is also known as Amer fort, which is located 11 km away from the main city of Jaipur. It is situated high on a hill and was built in the year 1592 AD by Raja Man Singh I. You can also enjoy elephant ride to climb this fort and get a wonderful panoramic view of the whole Jaipur City. Then you will go to visit Hawa Mahal that is also called as “Palace of Winds” and was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799. The structure of this monument is like a beehive and comprises of 953 small windows. Then you will visit City Palace that is a huge complex that consists of buildings, beautiful gardens, courtyards and other magnificent structures. It was made in between 1729 and 17332 with the initiation of the rule of Ajmer, Sawai Jai Singh II. After visiting this famous tourist attraction, you will go to explore Albert Hall Museum situated in the Ram Niwas Garden In Jaipur and is the oldest museum in the state of Rajasthan. You will also visit Jal Mahal, which is located in a lake and attracts large number of tourists every year. In the evening, you are free for independent activities like shopping as Jaipur is famous for traditional gemstone jewelry and other handicrafts. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day: 10- Jaipur sightseeing and travel to Ranthambore

In the morning we shall be visiting Amber Fort. Amber was the ancient capital of the region. Now a deserted complex, it however still recalls it’s hey days in the majestic ramparts rising steeply along the contoured hillsides. Here Elephants still carry visitors in stately splendors to the main Palace through unusually high gateways obviously designed to accommodate this archaic mode of transport. Later we drive 04 hours to Ranthambore.

Day: 11 – Ranthambore (Morning and afternoon safari)

After having early morning breakfast at the hotel, you will again leave for Ranthambore National Park to do morning jungle safari for tiger sighting as well as to have closer look at the natural habitat of various other wild animals. Later after having lunch, you will leave for afternoon jungle safari in jeep. You will have to submit your identification documents, as you will enter this national park for tiger sighting and spotting various wild animals like hyena, sambar, wild boar, leopard, deer and many more. Return to the forest lodge for overnight stay.

Day: 12 – Travel to Agra via FatehpurSikri

After having breakfast at the hotel, our company representative will transfer you to the car to leave for Agra. En Route, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri- is the best preserved collection of Indian Mughal architecture in India and was the capital of Mughal empire for around 10 years. This place is a great example of architectural ensembles that were constructed between the year 1571 and 1585. After visiting this place, you will drive again towards Agra and on arrival check-in the hotel for comfortable overnight stay.

Day: 13 – Agra sightseeing and travel to Delhi

You will visit Taj Mahal at the time of sunrise to click some wonderful images to cherish this glorious moment for all the years to come. Return to the hotel to have your breakfast and short relax. Later you will visit Agra Fort and drive to Delhi. On arrival check in the hotel for comfortable overnight stay.

Day: 14 – Delhi Full day sightseeing (Old and New Delhi)

Have early morning breakfast at the hotel, as you will be transferred to the car to proceed for full-day Delhi sightseeing to explore major tourist attractions like Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Akshardham Temple, and Parliament House. In the evening you will also go for a rickshaw ride in the bazaar of Chandhi chowk along with Khari Baoli spice market. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

*Please Note- Red Fort, Akshardham Temple and Lotus Temple remains closed on Mondays.

Day: 15- Delhi Departure

Have breakfast at the hotel then you will be transferred to the car as you will leave for Delhi airport to board your flight for next destination/home.

Tour Ends

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