For the first day you will be picked up from the airport and transfer to the hotel. Later you will go for a Delhi local sightseeing.
- If you arrive in the morning on day first, you will go for a sightseeing tour of Delhi which includes Himayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple and then we will drive past India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan and Akshardham temple.
- If you arrive in the afternoon on day first you will be taken to India gate and Akshardham temple.
- If you arrive in the evening on day first you will go for a Connaught place visit and you can have dinner there or take rest in hotel.
- If you arrive by night time take rest in hotel to get charge up for the next day.
Morning you will be picked up from your Hotel, then you will go for a sightseeing tour of Delhi which will include Old Delhi heritage walk with entrance to Jama Masjid, Spice market, Himayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple and then we will drive past India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan and Gandhi Smriti (Assasination place of Mahatma Gandhi now converted into very inspiring museum).
With a vast historicity, Delhi offers not just a quaint shopping experience, but wonderful eating experience from a variety of options ranging from regional cuisine to lip-smacking street food.
After breakfast your driver will pick you up from your hotel and you will drive to Jhunjhunu
Jhunjhunu is a town located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. The town is widely popular owing to a large number of beautifully painted havelis (Heritage homes) present here.
Arrival Jhunjhunu and Overnight in Jhunjhunu
After breakfast leave for sightseeing with entrence to the 18th century Khetri Mahal, Bihariji Temple and Mertani Baori. , Seth Ishwardas Mohan Das Modi Haveli,Tibrewala Haveli, which belongs to the 19th century, is famous for its coloured glass windows.Overnight Jhunjhunu
After breakfast drive to Mandawa,Mandawa is the gateway to the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan,where every home bears exquisitely painted wall murals. Arrival Mandawa and Sightseeing Mandawa,Admire the beautiful murals in the magnificent havelis (large stately homes) lining the streets of Mandawa,Saraf haveli, the havelis of Chokhani and Ladia, the double haveli of the Goenkas and the Binsidhar Newatia haveli.Overnight Mandawa
After breakfast drive to Bikaner,Undulating and shifting sand dunes in the rugged Thar Desert open out to a magnificent heritage city of forts, palaces and markets, fortified against marauders by seven km long embattlements. This desert city called Bikaner, in Rajasthan, lies in the northern part of the Thar Desert and being a good source of sweet water became an important caravanserai for the merchants and traders who travelled with their camel trains from West and Central Asia to the kingdoms of East Asia.Overnight Bikaner
After breakfast Sightseeing Bikaner with entrence to Junagarh fort,Lalgarh Palace,Camel Breeding farm,Sun Gate.Overnight Bikaner
After breakfast drive to Jaisalmer, lies in the heart of the Thar Desert , surrounded by sand dunes. Jaisalmer would be just any Rajasthani town but, looming over the city, towering nearly 100 metres over the city and apparently rising out of the desert haze, is the spectacular golden Jaisalmer Fort. Made of yellow sandstone, the fort inspires wonder at its beauty like perhaps none other in India. It has the appearance of a giant sandcastle shimmering in the desert heat like a mirage that will soon disappear. Contrary to expectation though, the Jaisalmer Fort is a living breathing entity. The fort actually functions as intended, and is still the site of an entire living area, home to a quarter of the city’s population.Overnight Jaiselmer
After breakfast Jaiselmer sightseeing with entrence to Jaisalmer fort, Leave for Desert Safari at Khuri,gala dinner with dance and music at desert.Overnight Jaisalmer
After breakfast drive to Jodhpur,Jodhpur retains much of the medieval flavour and ambience that instantly bring to mind the grandeur and glory of another era. Dotted with palaces, havelis, temples and houses washed pale blue, the city and its people live under the watchful gaze of the imposing Mehrangarh Fort. The city’s heart beats in its crowded bazaars, in the maze of jumbled lanes, in the warmth and hospitality of a hardy desert people. Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhawan Palace, the magnificent art and deco style is a residence of the royal family and is now a heritage hotel.
Arrival Jodhpur and overnight in hotel.
DO’s and Don’ts
Purchase tickets and fares from reputed agents only.
Pack and unpack your luggage all by yourself.
Leaving child’s toys and luggage unattended can be dangerous. Someone may slip drugs or other illegal stuff inside without your knowledge.
Respect the cultural and religious values of locals.
Always check with authorities before hiring a private cab.
Avoid travelling at night.
Don’t show cash and valuables in public.
Don’t wear expensive clothes and jewellery in public. Attracting unwanted attention may prove fatal.
Don’t walk on dark streets. Reach your hotel room on time.
Don’t leave your kids with strangers or at an unknown place.