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Desert safari on camels, sightseeing of palaces, forts, temples and havelis, boat ride over Lake Pichola and dinner at choki Dhani.
Day 1 :Jaipur (Arrival)
Today you rest at a premium hotel at the capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Entertain yourself with colourful puppet shows, folk song and dance and shop leather shoes, boutique apparels and jewellery at the local markets. There is an overnight stay at Jaipur.
Day 2 :Jaipur
Today morning you ride like a royal on a decked up elephant to the Amber Fort. Located at the hilltop, this fort is spectacular with majestic entrances, intricate lattice designs and offering a panoramic view of the Pink City. You are also taken to the palace of 983 jharokhas (balconies and windows), the Hawa Mahal. While the Jantar Mantar reflects the passion of the Rajput kings towards science and technology, the royal belongings and grand décor of the City Palace exhibits their lavish
Day 3 :Mandawa (200 kms/ 4 hrs)
Today you are at the heart of ancient Rajasthan, the 18th century city of Mandawa. The opulent havelis are the prime attraction of the city. While the frescoes of Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli reflect the daily lifestyle of old Rajasthan, the Chokhani Double Haveli are colourful with frescoes of floral arabesques and mourning soldiers. While the Murmuria Haveli is adorned with patriotic paintings of Jawaharlal Nehru with an Indian flag, the Binsidhar Newatia Haveli stands as a sharp contrast with pictures of affluent British men and women.
Day 4 :Bikaner (200 kms/ 4 hrs)
Bikaner is quaint with its location at the heart of the Thar Desert. While the Junargarh fort stands out to be the only fort built on plains at Rajasthan, the Rat Temple is unique worshipping hundreds of rats. Checkout breeding of the ships of deserts, the camels at the camel breeding farm of the city; one of its kind in whole Rajasthan.
Day 5 :Jaisalmer (355 kms/ 6-7 hrs)
Jaisalmer is the golden city of Rajasthan with its glittering Jaisalmer Fort’; the castle glitters like gold under sun rays. The manmade Gadsisar Lake is enchanting and no less than an oasis under the scorching sun. The cenotaphs of Bada Bagh stand as architectural masterpieces, showcasing the wonderful chattris of Rajput clan.
Day 6 :Jaisalmer
On the second day you visit the havelis of the city. The Patwon ki Haveli greets you with its shining mirror work and bright paintings and the Nathmal Ji ki Haveli is stunning with large elephant sculptures and numerous floral paintings. Enjoy camel safari at the Sam sand dunes at evening.
Day 7 :Jodhpur (305 kms/ 6 hrs)
Today you arrive at the Sun City of Jodhpur. While the Mehrangarh Fort stands still fighting the turmoil of hundreds of years, the marble cenotaphs of Jaswant Thada are considered to the Taj Mahal of Rajasthan. Women carrying multiple water pots on head, cladded in traditional large ghangras and with huge bangles on hand and men with camels and large turbans on head give you a glimpse of rustic desert life of Rajasthan.
Day 8 :Udaipur (269 kms/ 5-6 hrs)
The Lake City of Udaipur welcomes you with its blue waters and pristine white Jain shrines. One of the five pilgrimages of the Jains, these Jain marble temples of Ranakpur are known for foliate scrollwork, sculptures of dancing nymphs, flute players and varied geometric patterns.
On your way to Pushkar, you may stop midway to visit the mighty Chittogarh Fort and listen to the legends revolving round this Rajput castle. You arrive at Pushkar to find the only Brahma temple of the universe. Pushkar is a pilgrimage and you get the golden opportunity to witness the rituals followed by the devotees here.
Day 11 :Ranthambhore (300 kms/ 6 hrs)
Today you are at the land of the Royal Bengal tigers, Ranthambhore National Park. You can rest for the day here, experiencing the mystery of the forests.
Day 12 :Ranthambhore
Today you embark on a jeep or elephant safari ride through the dense forests of the Ranthambhore National Park. While the wild cats are found in own mood, hunting and relaxing at the forest, the sly leopards, cunning foxes and sloth bears are also spotted easily. The giant crocodiles are found resting at the forest lake, while pelicans and kingfishers are found busy fishing. The Ranthambhore National Park is rich in the flora and fauna of the arid land.
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