Boarding express train from New Delhi railway station, 2 hours journey will lead us to Agra.Visiting Taj mahal and Agra fort. Riding to Bharatpur from Agra.
Visiting Keoladeo Ghana National Park and a short ride take us to Deeg and we are exploring the beautiful palace there.
After breakfast riding to Jaipur, the pink city and also the capital of Rajasthan.
Discovering Jaipur, so many sight seeings at Jaipur including Jal mahal, Jaipur palace, fort etc.
Riding to Shekhwati region, to the town of Navalgarh.
Riding west towards the city of Bikaner, one of the famous desert city in Rajasthan.
Exploring Junagarh Fort and the red sandstone Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner. Visiting National Research Centre on Camel (the only such centre in Asia).
Heading south-west to reach Jaisalmer, beautiful desert located in the Thar desert. We’ll be stopping en route at Phalodi, for a lunch as well as to see hundreds of migratory Demoiselle Cranes at the nearby village of Khichan, reaching Jaisalmer just in time to see the sunset behind the “Golden Fort”.
Exploring "Living fort " of Jaisalmer and also some beautiful building in the state.
Riding to Sam, a small village in Thar desert. Accommodation is in comfortable tented camps inclusive of a Camel ride into the Sunset and a cultural program of Rajasthani music & dance.
Riding eastwards to reach Jodhpur.
Visiting Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace & Jaswant Thada in Jodhpur.
Leading to Ranakpur, small town located in Aravali range. Then heading to Kelwara situated 6 KM from Kumbhalgarh.
Discovering Mewar fortress of Kumbhalgarh , after that proceeding to Udaipur, the lake city.
Staying at Udaipur, fabulous city for tourists to explore.
Visiting the famous "Pichola Lake" for watching sunset and also the views of numerous roof-top restaurants lining the "ghats".
North-east ride from Udaipur lead us to Chittorgarh, most beautiful fort of Rajasthan. From fort riding to Bijaipur a small hamlet amidst gentle slopes of the surrounding hills.
Heading Bundi which is 150 km north-east of Bijaipur. Visiting the Taragarh, it is also known particularly for its architectural note seen in its ornate forts, palaces, and step-well reservoirs known as “baoris”.
Riding to Ranthambhore, a tiger reserve also a home to leopard, dhole, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear, chital and a variety of birds & reptiles. Also visiting a 1000 year old Ranthambhore fort and watch the sunset.
Before the dawn, starting a wildlife Safari which lasts for 2-3 hours. From there heading towards Bharatpur, returing back to the bird sanctuary, we have gone a full circle around Rajasthan. A special farewell dinner.
From Bharatpur railway station heading to New Delhi.