Rajasthan, India’s largest state and former home of Rajput rulers, is a popular tourist destination for international visitors. Forts, palaces, sand dunes, temples, and wildlife sanctuaries are popular tourist attractions in this state. The ‘Rajasthan Wildlife Tour’ package includes visits to three of Rajasthan’s most important wildlife sanctuaries, including Sariska, Ranthambore, and Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
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Meet our tour team when you arrive at the airport so they can provide you with a quick transfer to the hotel. Following that, depart for a scenic tour of Old Delhi, stopping at the Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, and Rajghat. Hotel stay for the night.
Today, travel from Delhi to Sariska by road. Later, take a tour of the Sariska National Park, which was formerly the Maharaja of Alwar's hunting reserve. When you arrive at Sariska National Park, check into one of the forest resorts we've listed. Visit the forest resort for the night.
The next morning, proceed to the jungle safari. For breakfast, go back to the lodge or motel. Then, travel to Jaipur by road. Upon arrival, check into one of the hotels on our list before taking a leisurely city tour. You will see the City Palace, the Royal Observatory (Jantar Mantar), and the Hawa Mahal, among other sights. Sleep over in Jaipur.
The day after that starts with an expedition to the Amber Fort and an exhilarating pleasure ride on an elephant. The city tour, which includes stops at City Palace, the Central Museum, and Birla Mandir, keeps the day occupied. The rest of the evening is yours to do as you like. Hotel stay for the night.
Take a drive to Sawai Madhopur after breakfast. The renowned Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve is the closest town to this one. One of Northern India's largest and most well-known national parks is the Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve. It is a popular wildlife tourist destination that has attracted the interest of several wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. Check into one of the resorts on our list once you've arrived in Ranthambore. Go out to explore the untamed woodlands after taking some time to unwind in order to catch a sight of various animal species in their natural habitat. Many species, including leopards, striped hyenas, tigers, sambar deer, nilgai, and chital, can be found in Ranthambore. Go back to the hotel to spend the night.
Enjoy a full day of jungle safari on the sixth and seventh days of the journey in Ranthambore National Park. The greatest and most fun way to see tigers and other animals in the park is on the exhilarating morning and evening jeep safaris. Go back to the resort to spend the night.
Go towards the Bharatpur Bird sanctuary as soon as the sun comes up. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings as you go to the refuge. Check into one of the following forest lodges as soon as you arrive at the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. After getting clean up, continue on to the park for an excellent bird safari. Enjoy a walk while bird-watching later in the day. Inside the park, only the authorised cycle rickshaws are permitted. a night's stay.
Start your journey to Agra in the morning. When you get to Agra, check into a hotel to unwind. Afterwards, depart for an Agra sightseeing trip. Visit Taj Mahal first, a prime illustration of Mughal engineering prowess. You can also go to Itmad-Ud-Mausoleum Daulah's and Agra Fort, among other things. Stay over night.
Leave for Delhi after breakfast. Check into one of the hotels on our list when you get to Delhi. a day off for recreation. Stay over night.
After breakfast, visit the Humanyun Tomb, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, and Qutab Minar before heading to the Delhi airport to catch a flight to your next destination.