Gujarat & Rajasthan Tour Package


20 Days

Day 1 – Delhi – Arrival at Delhi International Airport

Morning or evening: Arrival at Delhi IGI International Airport. Welcome by our local representative and transfer to your hotel.
Visit of Delhi will be proposed according to your arrival schedule at Delhi International airport.

Day 2 – Delhi: – Sightseeing of Delhi

Morning: After breakfast at your hotel, begin a tour of Old Delhi, with the famous Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque built by Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor also responsible for the construction ofTajMahal. With its courtyard capable of holding 25,000 devotees, the mosque is an architectural marvel.
Afternoon:Visit Humayun’s Tomb, often considered the inspiration for the TajMahal. The tomb is set within a beautiful garden, laid out in the Persian Char Bagh style. Then, head to QutubMinar, a five-storey victory tower with intricate carvings and verses from the Quran inscribed on its walls.
Late Afternoon: End the day with a drive past India Gate, an iconic war memorial, and take a moment to appreciate the grandeur of RashtrapatiBhawan (the Presidential Palace) from the outside. These landmarks offer a taste of the city’s British colonial history blended with modern Indian governance. Return to your hotel for a restful evening.

Day 3 – Delhi / Agra:

Morning: After breakfast at your hotel, drive to Agra, the city most famous for being home to the iconic TajMahal. A drive through the mega highway reflecting the changing image of the Indian infrastructure.
Afternoon: Upon arrival, check into your hotel and time to relax. In the afternoon, drive to the Red Fort, this red sandstone fort was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty until 1638. Inside, you’ll find a maze of courtyards, mosques, and private chambers.
Late Afternoon: Spend some time shopping at Agra’s local bazaars. The city is known for its fabulous handicrafts, made of marble and softstone inlay work. The Mughals were great patrons of arts and crafts, and this is reflected in the city’s marketplaces.

Day 4 – Agra / Fatehpur Sikri / Jaipur:

Morning:Early in the morning depart to visit the TajMahal at sunrise to capture its marble facade reflecting the evolving hues of the sun. The monument is a symbol of love built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife MumtazMahal. Back to hotel for the breakfast.
Late in the morning drive to Jaipur making a stop at FatehpurSikri, an abandoned Mughal city. Highlights include BulandDarwaza, the 54-meter high entrance, and the Tomb of SalimChishti, adorned with intricate marble screens.
Afternoon: Upon arriving in Jaipur, check into your hotel. Visit the Palace of Winds, or HawaMahal. This five-story structure has 953 small windows, through which royal women could observe street festivals without being seen from the outside.
Late Afternoon:Visit the Laxminarayan Temple, commonly known as Birla Temple. This modern marvel made entirely of white marble, contrasts with the historic temples you’ve seen so far. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and his consort, Lakshmi, and you can see various carvings depicting mythological events. If time permits, you can assist to the evening puja ceremony at the temple.

Day 5: Jaipur – Sightseeing

Morning: After breakfast at your hotel dead to visit the Amber Fort, a fusion of Mughal and Hindu architecture. Don’t miss the Sheesh Mahal, a room adorned with thousands of mirror tiles and colored glasses. The fort also houses Diwan-i-Aam, the Hall of Public Audience, featuring a double row of columns with elephant-head brackets.
The way back to Jaipur, a brief halt to visit from outside the Jal Mahal situated on the lake Mansagar.
Afternoon:Later explore the City Palace complex, which includes the Mubarak Mahal, now converted into a costume gallery displaying royal attires, and the Chandra Mahal, offering panoramic views of the city. Next, visit JantarMantar, an astronomical observatory that houses 19 architectural astronomical instruments.
End of Afternoon: Walk around the local bazaars of Jaipur, such as Johari Bazaar, famous for precious gemstones, and Tripolia Bazaar, known for its ironware, utensils, and trinkets.

Day 6 : Jaipur / Pushkar

Morning: After breakfast, drive to Pushkar, one of the holiest city in India famous for its camel fair.
Afternoon: Arrive in Pushkar and check into your hotel. Visit the sacred lake, ghats, and the famous Brahma Temple.
Evening : Explore colorful local markets in the evening.

Day 7 – Pushkar / Jodhpur:

Morning: After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Jodhpur, also known as the “Blue City” due to its blue-painted houses.
Afternoon: Upon arrival, check into your hotel and enjoy a relaxing afternoon. You might opt to explore the hotel’s amenities or take a brief nap to recharge.
Late Afternoon: Visit the Mandore Gardens, home to memorials of Jodhpur’s former rulers. Also, explore the bustling Sardar Market near the Clock Tower, where you can find spices, handicrafts, and local textiles.

Day 8 – Jodhpur:

Morning: After breakfast, head to head to visit Mehrangarh Fort, one of the largest forts in India. The fort’s museum showcases royal palanquins, costumes, and intricate miniature paintings. Nearby is the JaswantThada, a milky-white marble memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, featuring intricate carvings and a serene lake.
Afternoon:Explore the Sardar Market near the Clock Tower, famous for spices, hand-embroidered fabrics, and silver trinkets.

Day 9 – Jodhpur / Ranakpur / Udaipur:

Morning: After breakfast, drive to Udaipur, often referred to as the “Venice of the East” due to its abundant lakes and romantic ambiance.
Afternoon: Upon arrival, check into your hotel and enjoy some time to relax. Udaipur’s hotels often offer splendid views of the surrounding lakes and palaces, making for a relaxing afternoon.
Late Afternoon: In the evening, attend a traditional Rajasthani dance and puppet show at Bagore Ki Haveli, an 18th-century mansion that offers a peek into royal life with its museum and cultural performances.

Day 10 – Udaipur

Morning: After the breakfast at your hotel, head to explore the grand City Palace, a complex of palaces on the eastern banks of Lake Pichola. The museum inside the palace offers a range of artifacts, from royal costumes to antique weapons. Continue you visit with the visit of Jagdish Temple, a large and artistically important Hindu temple.
Afternoon: Roam the bustling local markets of Udaipur famous for miniature paintings, silver jewelry, and Rajasthani fabrics.
End of Afternoon: Enjoy a tranquil boat ride on Lake Pichola, which offers splendid views of the city and the sunset.

Day 11 – Udaipur / Ahmedabad:

Morning: After breakfast drive to Ahmedabad. Once in Ahmedabad, visit to the iconic Sabarmati Ashram, a residence of Mahatma Gandhi that now serves as a museum and a testament to his life and teachings.
Afternoon: Visit the intricately designed Jama Masjid and take a stroll through the vibrant markets of Manek Chowk.. We then head to the Calico Museum of Textiles, which houses a vast collection of textiles and fabrics from various regions of India, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the country.
Evening : In the evening, we can take a leisurely walk along Sabarmati Riverfront or visit one of the many vibrant night markets in Ahmedabad to experience the local culture and cuisine.

Day 12 – Ahmedabad / Patan / Modhera / Dasada

Morning: After breakfast drive to Patan to visit to the Rani Ki Vav, marveling at the detailed stepwell architecture. Explore the Modhera Sun Temple, appreciating the intricate carvings and historical significance.
Afternoon: Arrive in Dasada and relax, soaking in the tranquility of the surroundings.
Evening: At leisure

Day 13 – Dasada

Morning: After breakfast embark on a morning safari in the Dasada Wildlife Sanctuary, witnessing the diverse wildlife and bird species.
Afternoon: Enjoy a peaceful afternoon, perhaps with a nature walk or relaxation.
Evening: Explore the local culture and traditions, engaging with the community in Dasada.

Day 14 – Dasada / Junagadh

Morning: After breakfast drive to Junagadh. Check in to your hotel.
Afternoon: Visit the Uparkot Fort, and explore its historical significance. Dive into the architectural wonders of Mahabat Maqbara, a mausoleum reflecting Indo-Islamic and Gothic architecture.
Evening: Stroll through the vibrant markets of Junagadh, experiencing the local evening ambiance.

Day 15 – Junagadh / Somnath / Sasangir

Morning: After breakfast drive to Somnath, a sacred temple, steeped in rich history and mythology, houses the revered Jyotirlinga, symbolizing the eternal light of Lord Shiva.
Afternoon: Then set off to Sasangir, the renowned sanctuary known as the last refuge of the majestic Asiatic lions. Begin the day with a visit to the Gir National Park, an impressive wildlife refuge. Besides being home to several Asiatic lions and leopards, the park also shelters a wide range of bird species, offering a splendid feast for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. .
Evening: Upon arrival check- in to your hotel and evening free.

Day 16 – Sasan Gir

Morning: Early morning embark on an exciting morning safari through the diverse trails of Gir National Park. Get a chance to spot Asiatic Lions, Leopards, and numerous bird species in their natural habitat. Immerse yourself in the thrilling experience of observing wildlife in its raw and unfiltered form.
Afternoon: Venture into the Devaliya Safari Park, an encapsulated zone within Gir that guarantees a lion sighting. Capture your memorable encounters with the king of the jungle. In the late afternoon take time to visit the neighboring tribal villages. Get a unique insight into the authentic lifestyle, traditions, and culture of the local Maldhari community.
Evening: Revel in a leisurely evening at the resort, basking in the tranquility of nature.

Day 17 – Sasangir / Palitana / Bhavnagar

Morning: After breakfast drive to Palitana, home to the stunning Shatrunjaya Hill and its cluster of Jain temples. On arrival climb on the hill to visit the jain temples.
Afternoon drive to Bhavnagar and check in to your hotel.
Evening: Take a leisurely evening stroll in the city.

Day 18 – Bhavnagar / Champaner – Pavagarh / Jambhugoda

Morning: In the morning after breakfast, depart for the historical city of Champaner, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the remnants of the ancient city, including magnificent mosques, forts, and palaces that showcase 15th-century Islamic architecture.
Afternoon: Head towards Pavagarh, a sacred hill with significant religious importance. Visit the Kalika Temple perched atop the hill and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding region. Take time to delve into the history and spirituality of this unique place.
Late Afternoon: Continue your journey to Jambhugoda, a charming village surrounded by nature. Enjoy the serene atmosphere, perhaps take a leisurely stroll, and immerse yourself in the peaceful surroundings. This marks the end of your enriching day.


Day 19 – Jambhugoda / Chota Udepur / Jambhugoda

Morning: After breakfast, embark on a full-day tribal tour to Chhota Udaipur. In the morning, we’ll visit the tribal villages of Kol & Kharakwada. Additionally, we’ll explore the tribal museum of Chhota Udaipur and a couple more tribal villages to witness PITHORA wall paintings in their houses.
Afternoon: In the afternoon, our exploration continues as we delve into more tribal villages, discovering the captivating PITHORA wall paintings and other fascinating aspects of their culture. Opportunity to witness the vibrant Tribal Market known as “HATT” (a mobile market only on SUNDAY EVENING) taking place in different villages. PITHORA paintings, figurines, pottery, and bamboo basket weaving are among the main attractions of this unique place. Return to your hotel.

Day 20 – Jambhugoda / Vadodara / Delhi (by flight)

In the morning after breakfast transfer to Vadodara Airport to catch your flight to Delhi. On arrival transfer to your hotel near the Delhi airport.

Day 21 – Delhi:

Transfer to Delhi’s International Airport for your onward journey, marking the end of your memorable trip to Gujarat & Rajasthan.
Your hotels or similar
• Delhi: Florance Inn***
• Agra: The Retreat***
• Jaipur: Mandawa Haveli (Heritage)
• Pushkar : Pushkar Fort***
• Jodhpur: Devi Bhawan (Heritage)
• Udaipur : Mahendra Prakash (Heritage)
• Ahmedabad: Mani Mansion (heritage)
• Dasada : Rann Riders***
• Junagarh : Bellevue Sarovar Portico***
• Sasangarh : Aranya Resort***
• Bhavnagar : Nilambagh Palace (Heritage)
• Jambhugoda : Jambhugoda Palace (heritage)
• Delhi : Classic Diplomat***

The price includes:
 Spacious and suitable car according to the number of participants. Comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle.
 Experienced English-speaking driver (basic English), including meals, accommodation, and salary.
 Accommodation in “double” rooms with breakfast and tourist taxes included.
 Elephant ride at the Amber Fort in Jaipur.
 Rickshaw ride to explore the Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi and the markets of Pink City Jaipur.
 Boat Ride in Udaipur on Lake Pichola.
 Jeep safari in little Rann of Kutch at Dasada and dinner included for two nights in Dasada.
 One bottle of water per day per person available in the vehicle.
The price does not include:
 International flights
 Dinners and lunches (except those indicated in “the price includes”)
 Entrance fees to monuments and sites to visit.
 Drinks.

 Tips.
 Other personal expenses.

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