Rajasthan Tour with Taj – 13 Nights & 14 Days


Tour Type

Daily Tour

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English, Hindi

Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour, a 13-night/14-day vacation package, allows you to explore the beautiful state of Rajasthan. During the tour, you will visit well-known Indian destinations such as Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, and Jaipur. In addition, you will enjoy sightseeing in Delhi and Agra. The daily itinerary is provided below for your consideration.

Please keep in mind that this is just an example of a possible itinerary. We design vacations around your specific requirements. Please contact us if you require any changes so that we can tailor a holiday to your specific needs for an unforgettable India tour.

Day 1 : Arrival in Delhi

You will receive assistance in getting from the airport to your accommodation in Delhi. You will unwind for a while after the check-in procedures are over before leaving the hotel on your own to explore the neighbourhood. Spend the night.

Day 2 : Delhi

After breakfast, visit Delhi's attractions. You start by touring well-known sites like Parliament House, India Gate, and Laxmi Narayan Temple. After lunch, explore the sights in Old Delhi, such as the Gandhi Memorial, Red Fort, and Jama Mosque. You will then watch a nighttime light and sound spectacular at Red Fort. Afternoon at the hotel.

Day 3 : Delhi – Mandawa (255 km/5 hr 20 min-approx.)

On day 3, after eating breakfast, start your car and head south into the Shekhavati region's little town of Mandawa. Upon there, check into the hotel you had reserved. Following your meal, leave your accommodation to explore stunning painted havelis and frescoes. Later, take a guided tour to Mandawa Fort, a stunning fort famous for its paintings, the majority of which feature the life of Lord Krishna. Return to your hotel, enjoy your delectable meal, and get a good night's sleep on your Overnight.

Day 4 : Mandawa – Bikaner (190 km/ 3 hr 10 min-approx.)

After breakfast on the fourth day, set out towards Bikaner. Complete the check-in procedures at your hotel when you arrive. After that, set out for some touring, where you'll see Raja Rai Singh's Junagadh Fort. Following that, you will go to the 16th-century Jain shrine known as Bhand Sagar Temple. You'll afterwards go back to your hotel room where you may have a delectable dinner and a peaceful night's sleep.

Day 5 : Bikaner – Jaisalmer (325 km/5 hr 10 min-approx.)

On the fifth day of the tour, you start your journey towards Jaisalmer, popularly known as The Citadel City, after breakfast. Once there, check into your hotel. The day is free-flowing. Take in the ambiance of the city, go to the neighbourhood market, and talk to the residents. After eating the delicious supper, spend the night in your cosy bed.

Day 6 : Jaisalmer

The day is reserved for sightseeing in Jaisalmer so that you can see the city's well-known landmarks. You will start your sightseeing tour in Jaislamer after breakfast. The first stop of the day is the Jaisalmer Fort, one of the biggest forts in the world. It was built on the Tricuta hill. Salim Singh-Ki-Haveli and Patwon-Ki-Haveli, two of the most exquisite homes known for their remarkable architecture, are next in line. An nighttime camel ride at Sam Sand Dunes is scheduled. After discussing amazing encounters, stay the night.

Day 7 : Jaisalmer – Jodhpur (280 km/4 hr 50 min-approx.)

After breakfast on day 7, start your journey towards Jodhpur. When you get to Jodhpur, check into the hotel you had already reserved. After lunch, continue on your sightseeing tour, stopping at the Mehrangarh fort, one of the biggest in the nation and rising 400 feet above the city. The next destination is the clock tower, popularly known as Ghanta Ghar, which was built by Maharaja Sardar Singh. Spend the night.

Day 8 : Jodhpur – Udaipur (250 km / 4 hr 50 min-approx.)

Day 8: After breakfast, start your journey to Udaipur. Stop visit the Ranakpur Jain temple along the journey; it is a very significant location for the believers. After arriving in Udaipur, finish the check-in procedures at the hotel you had previously reserved. Enjoy your relaxed day by socialising with the people, enjoying traditional Rajasthani cuisine, shopping at the neighbourhood market, etc. Spend the night.

Day 9 : Udaipur

After breakfast, you can enjoy touring in Udaipur, which features Saheliyon Ki Bari, the Queen's maids' courtyard, and the Lord Vishnu-dedicated Jagdish Temple, originally known as the Jagannath Rai Temple. The City Palace, which was erected by Maharaja Udai Singh and is situated amidst Lake Pichola, is the destination of the final day's tour. Spend the night.

Day 10 : Udaipur – Pushkar (300 km/ 5 hr 30 min-approx.)

Start your journey to Pushkar, popularly known as the city of Brahma, on day 10 of the tour. Check into your accommodation as soon as you arrive in Pushkar. The remainder of the day is free for relaxation or fun pursuits. Spend the night.

day 11 : Pushkar – Jaipur (145 km/ 2 hr 50 min-approx.)

Start your half-day city trip by visiting the Apteshwar Mahadeo Temple, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, and Jagat Pita Shri Brahma Temple, one of the few temples in India dedicated to Lord Brahma. The shrine of the Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti is the next destination. When you arrive in Jaipur, check into your hotel. The day is free for leisure pursuits like mingling with the people and enjoying the delectable cuisine of Jaipur, among others. Spend the night.

Day 12 : Jaipur

A brief trek to the hilltop Amber fort is scheduled for day 12's morning. Here, you can ride an elephant. Later in the afternoon, you continue your sightseeing, seeing places like City Palace, which perfectly combines Rajasthani and Mughal design. The Royal Observatory and Nawab Sahab Ki Haveli are the other places you might spend the day. The local bazaar can be visited for shopping in the evening. Spend the night.

Day 13 : Jaipur – Agra (240 km/ 4 hr 15 min-approx.)

After breakfast, leave for Agra, stopping along the way at Fatehpur Sikri, an ancient deserted city constructed by Akbar of the Mughal Dynasty. Many buildings, including the Jama Mosque, Buland Darwaza, the Palace of Jodha Bai, Birbal Bhawan, and Panch Mahal, are included at this world historic site. Complete the check-in procedures at your hotel once you arrive in Agra. You can spend the remaining time of the day exploring the city. Spend the night.

Day 14 : Agra – Delhi -Departure

The Taj Mahal, a mausoleum made of white marble and constructed by Shah Jahan in remembrance of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, is the final stop on your journey today. The Itmad-ud-Daula mausoleum and the Red Fort or Agra Fort, two more attractions, are visited. Then, start driving to the Delhi airport or train station to catch a train or a flight to your next location.

13 Nights - 14 Days


Tour's Location

Where can I find 2 Taj Mahal?
The Taj Mahal is situated on the right bank of the Yamuna River in a large Mughal garden that spans over 17 hectares in the Uttar Pradesh district of Agra.
What is the Taj Mahal's 22nd secret room?
The so-called "22 chambers" in the Taj Mahal's basement are not really rooms, but rather a long arched corridor along which doors were set to better utilise the space, according to Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) sources who have seen the basement area on many occasions.
Which temple is located beneath the Taj Mahal?
It is believed that Shah Jahan bought the plot of land where the Taj Mahal currently stands from the Rajput king Mirza Jai Singh, and that a Hindu temple called Tejo Mahalya, dedicated to Lord Shiva, stood here before Taj Mahal.
Why is the Taj Mahal's second story gate closed?
The rationale for shutting the portals was that the interior rooms were composed of marble, which converts to calcium carbonate when exposed to excess Co2 gas, which we humans exhale. It turns marble into powder, which starts flaking off and eventually turns into this.
What is within the Taj Mahal's rooms?
"They have nothing in them," she claims. The rooms are occasionally opened to allow for restoration work. The Taj Mahal is steeped in tales and stories. These include Shah Jahan's ambitions to create the "black Taj" opposite the current monument, as well as the fact that the Taj Mahal was designed by a European architect.
What is the Taj Mahal's greatest mystery?
According to history, Shah Jahan wished for the mausoleum to be an outstanding masterpiece without rival. Shah Jahan allegedly cut the hands and gouged the eyes of the artists and craftsmen to ensure no one could reproduce the Taj Mahal's splendour.
What is the ideal season to visit Rajasthan?
Winters, Monsoons , Summers
Which tourist attractions are well-known in Rajasthan?
Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Lake Pichola, City Palace of Udaipur, Mehrangarh, Nahargarh, and Jaisalmer Fort, Ranthambore National Park, Bagore ki Haveli Museum, Jaigarh Fort, Ranthambore National Park, and Keoladeo National Park are some of Rajasthan's significant tourist attractions.
What makes Rajasthan unique?
Rajasthan, sometimes known as the "Land of Kings" or "Land of Kingdoms," is India's largest state in terms of land area. The state is located in the northwest corner of the country and is a haven for cultural diversity. Its highlights include Indus Valley Civilization remains, temples, forts, and fortresses in practically every city.
What is Rajasthan's cuisine culture like?
It is also famous for its snacks, such as Bikaneri bhujia, Mirchi bada, and Pyaaj kachori. Dal Baati, Malaidar unique lassi (lassi) and Lashun ki chutney (hot garlic paste), Mawa lassi from Jodhpur, Alwar ka mawa, Malpauas from Pushkar and rasgulla from Bikaner, "paniya" and "gheriya" from Mewar are other notable delicacies.


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