A Classic Journey Through Rajasthan

A Classic Journey Through Rajasthan

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(3 customer reviews)
A shortened version of the “historic Rajasthan” itinerary, taking you to the highlights of this colourful state including Ranthambore national park and sightseeing in Delhi and Agra.


Day 1
Arrive Delhi and transfer by private car to the railway station. Board train to Agra (approx 4 hours) and check in to hotel. Afternoon visit to the Red Fort in Agra.

Day 2
An early morning visit to the Taj Mahal and Marble factory before driving to Fatepur Sikri for sight seeing. Drive to Bharatpur (approx 1 hour) and take a train to Ranthambore National Park (approx 4 hours). Check in to hotel for 3 nights.

Day 3 – 4
4 game drives in Ranthambore National Park searching for tigers and other wildlife.

Day 5
Drive to Bundi (approx 3 hours) and visit Taragarh fort and village. Overnight stay.

Day 6
Drive to Udaipur (approx 4 -5 hours) via Chittorgarh Fort and take a tuk-tuk ride. 2 nights in Udaipur.

Day 7
Sightseeing in Udaipur including the Holy Temple, Palace, Gardens and Nehru Park for sunset.

Day 8
Drive to the “Blue City” of Jodphur (approx 4 – 5 hours) visiting the Jain Temples at Ranakpur on the way.

Day 9
Sightseeing in Jodphur to the fort, market, museum and free time.

Day 10
Drive to Pushkar (approx 2 – 3 hours) and free afternoon to relax – take an evening camel ride to see the sunset.

Day 11
Morning sightseeing in Pushkar to the Holy Temple and Lake before driving to the “Pink City” of Jaipur for 2 nights (approx 3 – 4 hours).

Day 12
Sight seeing in Jaipur including the fort, palace, lake and observatory. OPTIONAL evening visit to the cinema to see a movie.

Day 13
Leave Jaipur early and drive to Delhi, (approx 4 – 5 hours) and check in to the hotel for overnight stay. Afternoon sightseeing in Old and New Delhi. Take a rickshaw ride to the mosque in Old Delhi before visiting Raj Ghat, Government Buildings, India Gate and Humayun’s Tomb.

Day 14
Tour ends – transfer to airport – return home or onward travel

3 reviews for A Classic Journey Through Rajasthan

  1. Lalita Hament Parmar

    All in all we enjoyed the whole trip but our thanks go to the trip organiser Harishji

    We went to Pushkar but did not see the camel fair but we went to the Brahma temple which we thoroughly enjoyed. We also had a dip in the lake and received Prashad from the Priest. The whole experience of the hustle and bustle in the market was one not to be missed. There after we stayed in a lovely five-star hotel which was like paradise.

    We went to Ranthambore NP to see the big cats but unfortunately we did not see any but we did see other wild life. We enjoyed the ride which was a really good experience as the guides educated us in different plants used for medicinal purposes. We spent Diwali at a lovely 5- star hotel with lovely food and fireworks to celebrate Diwali and Laxmi Puja. All in all we enjoyed the whole trip but our thanks go to the trip organiser Harishji and also the driver and the guide. Thank you. We are looking forward to another trip but this time with the family.

  2. Josey and Chris

    Great Advice, Can’t wait for our next big trip in India…!!

    The team gave us great advice on our travel itinerary throughout Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh plus insider tips on where to go and when!

    Rajasthan has to be our favourite state in India with Pushkar being the highlight. This trip through the North has inspired us to explore further and we can’t wait till our next big trip in India.

    Response by Nep In Sri Travel Ltd – Many thanks Josey & Chris – look forward to helping you with your next trip!

  3. Dr & Mrs Berry

    “A bespoke itinerary” – We have just come back from a wonderful and memorable holiday in Rajasthan. We chose Nep in Sri Travel. Harish Kumar was involved in planning our trip.
    It was his idea to fly to Delhi and then to Udaipur. From there we came back by air conditioned car to Bundi, then Ranthambore, Jaipur, Amber and finally Delhi. It was quite an experience to see the several villages en route, full of colour, cows, goats and dogs as well as people, the women often dressed in beautiful saris.
    The high spot, of which there were many, was Ranthambore where Harish’s guidance with our excellent guide and naturalist Sushil enabled us to see no fewer than six different tigers. These animals are at one elusive yet incredibly beautiful. They seemed not to care being watched by lots of people in their jeeps. Sushil was excellent predicting exactly where the tigers would walk and thus gaining the best vantage point. Really an unforgettable experience! Harish has the most amazing eye and could spot the tigers even before the guides.
    We visited wonderful palaces in Udaipur, Bundi, Jaipur as well as Amber. The mixture of Mogul and Indian antiquity created a very strong impression. We loved the stunning frescoes in Bundi as they were so unexpected. We must not forget Chittorgarh, one of the largest forts in India.
    We did appreciate the extraordinary quality of the guides throughout. The team Harish used are all excellent especially Sanjay the guide in Jaipur who had recently entertained the head of Unesco.
    Our holiday was very well balanced with enough leisure time. Harish proved a fine leader. We are already planing a further holiday with Nep in Sri for next year!

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