Archaeological Tour of Rajasthan – 23 Nights & 24 Days

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After breakfast on the eighth day of the vacation, go on a city tour of Jaisalmer to see the main attractions. This tour includes stops at Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon-Ki-Haveli, and Salim Singh-Ki-Haveli. After lunch, depart for the world-famous Sam Sand Dunes, 45 kilometres from the city centre. Visit the historic Lodurwa Temple, Amar Sagar Lake, and Mool Sagar Lake complex along the way. Continue on your way to the dunes. Here, you can go on a camel safari and get a glimpse of the region’s best sights and sounds. Enjoy exquisite local cuisine, a visit to adjacent villages, and exceptional folk performances.

Back to the hotel for a delicious meal and an overnight stay in Jaisalmer.

Rajasthan is one of India’s best states, known for its incredible culture, colourful bazaars, architectural wonders, and much more. The Archaeological Tour of Rajasthan, which lasts 23 nights and 24 days, allows you to visit some off-the-beaten-path destinations in Rajasthan as well as some of the most popular.

This itinerary also includes India’s well-known Golden Triangle Tour destinations of Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. Several memorable experiences await you during the tour, including sightseeing of forts, palaces, and other monuments, shopping, special meals, and attending folk music and dance performances. This Rajasthan Architectural tour package also includes sightseeing tours, transfers, meals, and accommodations.

Please keep in mind that this is just an example of a possible itinerary. We design vacations to meet your specific requirements.

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Highlights

  • Jaipur sightseeing tour
  • Visit Nawalgarh's exquisitely frescoed havelis.
  • Explore the renowned Havelis and other architectural landmarks of Jaisalmer.
  • Visit Osian's sculpture Brahmanical and Jain temples.
  • Jodhpur's Jaswant Thada and Mehrangarh Fort
  • Visit Udaipur's City Palace and Eklingji Temple.
  • Deogarh's 17th-century Deogarh Fort
  • Ajmer and Pushkar are two holy towns worth visiting
  • Investigate the historic Pachewar village temples.

Day 1 : Arrival in Delhi

Meet our tour team at Delhi International Airport, who will assist you with an aided transfer to the accommodation. Following check-in, the representative will brief you on the tour itinerary. You are now free to explore your surroundings on your own. Return to your hotel in the late evening for a tasty dinner.

Stay at the hotel for the night.

Day 2 : Delhi

The day will be spent visiting Delhi after breakfast. The Red Fort, Rajghat, and Jama Masjid are among the Old Delhi sights you will see today. After that, you'll board a rickshaw and travel through the busy streets of Chandani Chowk. Following that, you'll see Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate, Laxmi Narayan Temple, and Lotus Temple Qutub Minar. Finally, a light and music extravaganza representing India's rich past is set for the evening at Red Fort. Later, return to the hotel for some excellent and crispy food.

Stay in a hotel in Delhi for the night.

Day 3 : Delhi – Jaipur (260 km/ 6 hr-approx.)

On the third day of your archaeological Rajasthan trip, enjoy breakfast and check out of the accommodation. Begin driving to Jaipur now. On the way, stop for lunch at the opulent Neemrana For and then continue to Jaipur. When you arrive, check into the hotel and rest for a while. Later, go to Laxmi Narayan Temple and Chokhi Dhani, where you will see many village sports, folk music and dance performances, Rajasthani food, and other activities. Return to your hotel after dinner at Cho0ki Dhani.

Stay in Jaipur for the night.

Day 4 : Jaipur

After breakfast, the day is set aside for a city tour of Jaipur, well known as the "Pink City." Today, you will discover the must-see tourist attractions that retain their timeless allure. This tour will take you to Amber Fort City Palace, Albert Hall Museum, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal. Visit Jaipur's colourful local bazaars in the evening for a shopping frenzy. Later, retire to your hotel room for a sumptuous meal.

In Jaipur, spend a relaxing night in a lovely bed.

Day 6 : Jaipur – Samode – Nawalgarh Shekhawati (170 km/ 3 hr-approx.)

On the fifth day, eat breakfast and drive to Nawalgarh. Stop in Samode on the route. Here, you may see Sheesh Mahal and ride a camel cart through the towering Samode Fort and semi-desert Samode hamlet. Continue on to Nawalgarh and check into the hotel when you arrive. The evening is free to spend as you please. You can spend as much time as you want exploring this small village in the Shekhawati region. The evening will be spent seeing a folk music and dance performance in the hotel courtyard.

Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 6 : Nawalgarh – Bikaner (230 km/4 hr-approx.)

On day 6, after breakfast, take a city tour of the former royal Nawalgarh town. On this day, you will visit an opulent, brilliantly painted haveli in the Shekhawati region. You will next proceed to Roop Niwas Palace, which is only a kilometre away from Nawalgarh Fort. Return to the hotel to complete the check-out procedures after exploring the haveli. Later, I drove to Bikaner. Arrival in the evening and completion of check-in formalities. You can explore the surrounds if you have the time and energy. Then return to your hotel for a great dinner.

Overnight in hotel.

Day 7 : Bikaner – Gajner – Jaisalmer (333 km/ 7 hr-approx.)

After breakfast, check out and travel by road to Jaisalmer. On the way, stop at the Maharaja of Bikaner's hunting lodge, Gajner Palace. You then go to the tranquil Gajner Lake and Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary. Then, continue your journey to Jaisalmer, the Golden City. Check into the hotel as you arrive. In the evening, you can buy for gifts at Jaisalmer's local bazaar before returning to your accommodation for dinner.

Enjoy a relaxing overnight stay.

Day 8 : Jaisalmer

After breakfast on the eighth day of the vacation, go on a city tour of Jaisalmer to see the main attractions. This tour includes stops at Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon-Ki-Haveli, and Salim Singh-Ki-Haveli. After lunch, depart for the world-famous Sam Sand Dunes, 45 kilometres from the city centre. Visit the historic Lodurwa Temple, Amar Sagar Lake, and Mool Sagar Lake complex along the way. Continue on your way to the dunes. Here, you can go on a camel safari and get a glimpse of the region's best sights and sounds. Enjoy exquisite local cuisine, a visit to adjacent villages, and exceptional folk performances.

Back to the hotel for a delicious meal and an overnight stay in Jaisalmer.

Day 9 : Jaisalmer – Osian – Khimsar (300 km/7 hr-approx.)

Have your breakfast, check out, and begin your journey to Khimsar. Visit the historic Osian town on the way to see the 15 finely sculpted Brahmanical and Jain temples.Proceed to Khimsar. Check into the hotel upon arrival. The evening will include horseback riding, a camel safari, and performances of traditional folk music and dance. Then, visit the settlements of the Bishnoi community to learn about their unique desert lifestyle. After sightseeing, visit the rural town of Nagaur.

After dinner, retire to your hotel room and spend the night in Khimsar.

Day 10 : Khimsar – Manvar (160 km/4 hr-approx.)

Begin your trek to Manvar after breakfast on the tenth day. First, come at the opulent Manvar Resort and finish the check-in process. Later, get on a camel for a desert safari and have a rude till the Manvar Camp Site. Enjoy the sunset and the beautiful views of the sand dunes. You also have the option of going on a Jeep safari. Other highlights of the day include visiting Dhani, witnessing a folk music and dance performance under the open sky, and seeing animals such as nilgai, Indian gazelle, desert fox, and peacocks.

Return to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay in the resort.

Day 11 : Manvar – Jodhpur – Rohet (160 km/4 hr-approx.)

After breakfast, drive to Rohet. After checking into the hotel, go on a village excursion to see traditional folk ceremonies. Take note of the artists hard at work, creating handicrafts, leather goods, and pottery. Take a camel safari in the evening.

Return to your pre-booked accommodation in the evening for a sumptuous meal and an overnight stay in Rohet.

Day 12 : Rohet – Jodhpur – Rohet (40 km, 1 hr excursion one way)

Have breakfast and prepare for a day excursion to Jodhpur, the royal realm of Rathors. Continue touring when you arrive, seeing the iconic Jodhpur sites Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, and Umaid Bhawan Palace. After that, take a trip to the Bishnoi hamlet, which is home to the Bishnoi people, who are known to be animal protectors. Then you go to see the craftsmen who make handicrafts, pottery, shoes, and so on.

Back to Rohetgarh for dinner and the night.

Day 13 : Rohet – Mount Abu (225 km/5 hr-approx.)

On day 13, after breakfast, check out and continue travelling to Rajasthan's only hill station, Mount Abu. Check-in is followed by some downtime. Visit Nakki Lake in the evening to appreciate the quiet surroundings. Then, proceed to sunset point for a spectacular sunset view.

Later, proceed to your Mount Abu hotel room for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 14 : Mount Abu

Day 14 is reserved for Mount Abu viewing after breakfast. Today's Mount Abu attractions include Gaumukh Temple, Vimala Vasahi, Bhram Kumaris Temple, and Achalgarh Fort. After you've seen these sights, you have the rest of the day to yourself.

You will return to your accommodation in the late evening, enjoy dinner and spend the night in Mount Abu.

Day 15 : Mount Abu – Ranakpur – Udaipur: (230 km/5 hours)

After breakfast, start heading to Udaipur today. Take a detour along the journey to discover the architectural treasures of Ranakpur's Jain temples. Later, take lunch at a Ranakpur restaurant/hotel. Then, proceed to Udaipur, where you will meet our agent and check in. The evening is set aside for a spectacular boat excursion on Lake Pichola's tranquil waters.

Head to the hotel for dinner in the late evening and spend the night in your comfy bed.

Day 16 : Udaipur

After breakfast, go on a city tour in Udaipur. During this sightseeing tour, see City Palace, Sahelion-Ki-Bari, and Lok Kala Mandal. Following that, see the village art and craft at the popular Shilpgram, an open-air gallery and theatre. Finally, pay a visit to the popular white-marbled Eklingji and Nagda Temples, which include a two-story porch on the shores of Bageela Lake. Later, return to your hotel room and enjoy your meal.

Stay in Udaipur for the night.

Day 17 : Udaipur – Dungarpur (110 km/3 hr)

On day 17 of your Rajasthan archaeological tour, eat breakfast and drive to Dungarpur. Complete the check-in procedures as soon as you arrive. After settling in, go sightseeing in this city to view the major attractions. Admire the amazing architecture at Juna Mahal and Udai Bilas Palace. Aside from it, you will see other monuments. The evening is free to spend as you please. You can participate in activities that interest you.

Enjoy your meal in your hotel and spend the night in Dungarpur.

Day 18 : Dungarpur – Deogarh (250 km/5 hr)

After breakfast, check out and begin your journey to Deogarh. When you arrive, check into one of Deogarh's heritage hotels. Following that, the Deogarh city tour begins. The first stop is at Deogarh Mahal, which is located near various lakes where migratory birds can be seen. Folk music and dancing performances are planned for the evening. Following that, savour authentic Mewari food specialties.

Overnight at the  hotel.

Day 19 : Deogarh – Ajmer – Pushkar – Pachewar (225 km/ 5 hr-approx.)

Have breakfast on the 19th day. Check-out is followed by a drive to the settlement of Pachewar. Stop at Ajmer to pay your respects at the famous Shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. You then make a halt in the holy town of Pushkar. You go to the Lord Brahma Temple, which is bordered by the holy Pushkar Lake. Later, go to Pushkar Fair and browse in the colourful bazaar. Then, continue driving towards Pachewar. Check-in and arrival. You can explore the area on your own if you have the time and energy.

In the late evening, enjoy a fantastic meal and stay overnight.

Day 20 : Pachewar – Ranthambore (175 km/4 hr-approx.)

Day 20 begins with a tour of Pachewar, visiting the stunning royal cenotaphs on the banks of Pumpa Sagar Lake and the mediaeval temples. Later, you might go to the village to see how the inhabitants live. Return to the hotel to check out. Later, begin your journey to the well-known Ranthambhore National Park. Check into the hotel upon arrival. You have the evening free to do whatever you want.

Enjoy the supper and spend the night in Ranthambore.

Day 21 : Ranthambore National Park

Get up early in the morning and enjoy your crispy breakfast. You will go on a wildlife safari at Ranthambore National Park today. After the safari, you will visit the Ranthambore Fort and the well-known Ganesh Temple. Back to the motel to rest. Then, in the evening, you can go on a wildlife safari inside the tiger reserve with a naturalist guide.

Eat your wonderful dinner and relax in a nice bed for the night.

Day 22 : Ranthambore – Agra (280 km/ 6 hr-approx.)

Get out of bed today, eat a healthy breakfast, and check out to begin your road trip to Agra. On the route, stop at Fatehpur Sikri, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Am, Panch Mahal, Tomb of Salim Chisti, Buland Darwaza, Jama Masjid, Anarkali Darwaza, and other attractions can be found here. Continue your travel to Agra after that. Check into the hotel upon arrival. After some relaxation, you can go shopping for souvenirs at Agra's local marketplaces in the evening.

Enjoy your lunch in your hotel room while staying in Agra for the night.

Day 23 : Agra – Delhi (205 km/ 4 hr-approx)

The day starts once you have finished your morning meal. Pay a visit to the Taj Mahal in the early morning hours. Explore amazing monuments including Pearl Mosque, Sheesh Mahal, Nagina Masjid, Diwan-i-Am, Diwan-i-Khas, Jahangir Mahal, Macchi Bhawan, Meena Nazar, Musamman Burj, and so on. Following that, you will visit Itamad-ud-Daula's Tomb before returning to the hotel to check out and depart for Delhi. On the way, stop in Sikandra to see the Tomb of Mughal Emperor Akbar. Continue to Delhi. Check into the hotel upon arrival and get some rest. In your hotel room, have your delectable dinner.

Get into bed for a restful night's sleep.

Day 24 : Departure from Delhi

The morning of the final day of the tour is free for leisure activities after breakfast. After that, transfer to the airport to board your aircraft to your next destination.

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    What is Rajasthan's most well-known architecture?
    Mru-Gurjara architecture, also known as "Solak style," is a distinct style that originated in Rajasthan and neighbouring Gujarat around the 11th century and has since been revitalised and spread throughout India and the world by both Hindus and Jains. This is the region's main contribution to Hindu temple architecture.
    Which Rajasthan capital city is well-known for its architecture?
    Jaipur
    What distinguishes Rajasthan's architecture?
    Rajasthan architecture features grand Havelis, incredible forts, and finely carved shrines. Rajput has a reputation as a visionary architect. A few of Rajasthan's most outstanding and spectacular forts, palaces, and the parched Aravali desert properly depict the state's historic past.
    What is the most well-known temple architecture in Rajasthan?
    ALSO SEE This Shiva temple in Rajasthan awards you the prestigious 'Paap Mukti' certificate!
    The Jagdish temple. The Jagdish temple in Udaipur is another architectural masterpiece.
    Jain temple in Ranakpur. The Ranakpur Jain temple is an important place of worship for Jains.
    The temple of Eklingji.
    Temple of Galtaji.
    Who is the architect's forefather in Rajasthan?
    Rana Kumbha is often regarded as the founder of Rajasthani architecture.
    What is Rajasthan well-known for?
    World Heritage Sites with Hill Forts
    Chittor Fort is located in Chittorgarh.
    Kumbhalgarh Fort is located in Kumbhalgarh.
    Sawai Madhopur's Ranthambore Fort.
    The Gagron Fort at Jhalawar.
    Jaipur's Amer Fort.
    Jaisalmer Fort is located in Jaisalmer.
    What architectural style does Jaisalmer have?
    Jaisalmer, like much of the region's architecture, is a mash-up of native and Mughal styles.
    What architectural style does Udaipur have?
    The City Palace in Udaipur was created in a spectacular style and is the largest of its kind in Rajasthan. It was constructed on a hill in a blend of Rajasthani Rajput style, offering a panoramic view of the city and its surrounds.
    Which art form is well-known in Rajasthan?
    The City Palace in Udaipur was created in a spectacular style and is the largest of its kind in Rajasthan. It was constructed on a hill in a blend of Rajasthani Rajput style, offering a panoramic view of the city and its surrounds.
    What architectural style does Jaipur have?
    Rajasthan, India's current state, was previously known as Rajputana and is famed for its diverse culture and beautiful architecture of Havelis, palaces, and forts built in mughal and Rajput styles.

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