Royal Rajasthan

11 Days Royal Rajasthan Tour


11 Days

Destination :

Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Jodhpur – Udaipur – Mumbai

Price :

Price On Request



Arrive Delhi

Welcome to India! 
Arrive at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. You are met by our representative with traditional and sacred marigold flower garland.  Transfer to your hotel where a traditional welcome with aarti & tika ceremony awaits you.

Delhi stands as the capital of Modern India. Here you can see the mingling of the Old and New India, the ancient and the modern. Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many emperors, which has left behind a plethora of monuments that commemorate the grandeur and glory of bygone ages.

Overnight at Hotel.


In Delhi

Breakfast at hotel.

Full day visit Old & New Delhi.

Mughal tour of Old Delhi: the once ancient walled city. The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan shifted the Mughal capital from Agra to Delhi. Possessing remarkable talent in architecture, he created the seventh city and in the process brought about Delhi’s glorious renaissance. 

Jama Masjid: One of Asia’s largest mosque can hold a mind-blowing 25,000 people.  Towering over Old Delhi, the ‘Friday Mosque’ was Shah Jahan’s final architectural opus, built between 1644 and 1658. 

Explore Old Delhi - by Cycle Rickshaw:


Chandani- Chowk:

Explore the bustling lanes of Old Delhi’s historic Chandni Chowk. Experience Delhi’s culture and heritage as you navigate through labyrinth by lanes that unveil treasures on every turn. Colorful bazaars, old havelis (family estates) and the everyday nuances of life in Delhi is some of what’s in store.

Drive past the Red Fort, Shah Jahans symbol of power and elegance. Home to Mughal emperors for over 200 years. Named for its massive enclosing wall built in red sandstone, it was once the fortified palace of the then capital, Shahjahnabad. 

Humanyu Tomb: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE is the tomb of the Mughal emperor Humanyu. 

The tomb was commissioned in 1569-70, designed by a Persian architect. It was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent.

Experiential Extra activities at no extra cost:

Historic Gardens:

Lodi-Gardens -Take a walk along with the local Delhi- Ites,
Lodi Garden spans over 90 acres. Steeped in history, the gardens are home to Mughal architectural tombs and mausoleums; the most prominent being that of Sikandar Lodi An Archeological Survey of India protected zone, Lodi Gardens has an old world charm amidst New Delhi. 

Delhi’s Colonial Past:

Lutyens’ Delhi:

Named after and designed by British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, this imperial part of Delhi houses the city’s most prominent landmarks including the President of India’s estate, the Rashtrapati Bhawan and the World War I memorial, India Gate. The long boulevards of Lutyens’ are also dotted with sprawling bungalows that are home to many political bigwigs of the country.

Qutub Minar - Delhi's most recognized landmark is in Mehrauli (south Delhi) is a must-see. 

This World Heritage Monument built in 1199 by Qutbuddin Aibak as a victory tower after conflict.

The soaring 230-foot Minar is made of red sandstone and marble. 

Experiential Extra activities at no extra cost:

Visit Bangla Sahib Gurudwara and live kitchen. 

The most prominent Sikh Temple. They serve free meals known as” langar “where over 10,000 people come to eat everyday despite different religion, caste and creed. The food is made in one of the largest live kitchens and you can have a chance to take part in the same. 

Overnight at Hotel.


Delhi – Agra (approx 210 kms / 4-5 hrs)

Breakfast at hotel. 

Drive to Agra via visit Itimad ud Daulah

The tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah is a Mughal mausoleum often described as a "jewel box", and sometimes also called the "Baby Tāj", the tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah is often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal.

Check-in at hotel .

Experiential Extra activities at no extra cost:

Visit Philanthropic activity: Visit Mother Teresa’s Charity Home:

Mother Teresa’s Charity home in Agra has more than 48 children who are orphaned or come from poor families who can no longer provide for them; as well as 150 infirmed adults who can no longer care for themselves. The mission is solely reliant on private donations to support their cause. Give back to this underpriveledged part of society by sharing your time with them. 

Overnight at Hotel.


In Agra

Sunset visit Taj Mahal (closed on Friday) ,

Build by Emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his beloved Queen Begum Mumtaz. This wonder of the world is said to have taken 21 years to build. It has an enormous shimmering white dome with four corner minarets and is marked by perfect symmetry and harmony, be it the shape of the minarets; the cupolas; the central arch in the façade; the perfectly arranged arched recesses or the intricate stone inlay work. It is the most extravagant monument ever built for love.

Back to hotel for Breakfast.

Late visit Red Fort,

One of the large fortified residences built at various strategic points of Mughal Empire. 

The fort presents a good sampling of Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. 

It is said Agra Fort is the Place where Shajahan saw Mumtaz and fell in Love at first sight.  

Mehtab Bagh during Sunset:

Mehtab Bagh for Sunset Again this is located across river yamuna on the other side of the Taj Mahal Well maintained garden with view of Taj Mahal.

Overnight at Hotel.


Agra – Jaipur (approx 260 kms 6 hrs)

Breakfast at hotel. 

Drive to Jaipur Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri, a World Heritage Site,

Built during the second half of the 16th century by the Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri (the City of Victory) was the capital of the Mughal Empire for 10 years. The richest period of history can be attributed to the Mughal period, Akbar being one of the emperors who shone the brightest for his deeds.  The façade of Fatehpur Sikri remains a historical monument – deserted – though it was built to support a sprawling ancient city.

Experiential Extra activities Abhaneri Step Well:

Continue your drive to visit one of the most amazing sites of this tour ‘Abhaneri Step Wells’.  The small village of Abhaneri has one of India's deepest and largest step wells (or “baolis”). Step wells are unique to India. They were used as cool places of resort, as pools for ritual cleansing before a temple visit and as a water supply for dry weather.

Continue drive to Jaipur. 

Jaipur, also known as the “Pink City” and the gateway to the princely state of Rajasthan.

Check-in at hotel.

Evening at leisure.

Overnight at Hotel.


In Jaipur

Breakfast at hotel.

Forts of Rajasthan,

Ascend to Amber Fort by Jeep. In our endeavor to not support animal cruelty we advise our clients not to avail of the Elephant ride. However we understand if the clients insist on the service in which case we can book the same. This hilltop fortress was the Royal Family’s residence and is one of the most enchanting forts of India. A complex of palaces, temples, mirror inlaid public halls and beautifully manicured gardens, the fortress is an exquisite example of Rajput architecture. Within the fort are enchanting palaces and chambers notable amongst them being the Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) and Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of Public Audience).

Afternoon:  City tour of the Pink City of Jaipur.

City Palace This beautiful palace was built during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. This Palace stands apart, with its outstanding art and architecture. 

Jantar Mantar an Observatory:

A collection of architectural astronomical instruments, built by Sawai Jai Singh who was a Rajput king. The name is derived from jantar ("instrument"), and mantar ("formula", or in this context "calculation"). Therefore jantar mantar means literally 'calculation instrument'.

Experiential Extra activities at no extra cost:

Evening Visit Govind Devji Krishna Temple: for evening pray ceremony amongst devotees and followers who come especially to pay their respects to Lord Krishna. 

This Krishna temple has been highly preserved by the erstwhile royal family. Sawai Jai Singh installed the image of GOVIND DEV JI (an incarnation of lord Krishna) after it was brought from Vrindavan. Housed within the sanctum of this spire less temple, the patron deity of the royal family is very religiously worshipped by most of the Hindus in the city and near by areas. 

Overnight at Hotel.


Jaipur – Jodhpur (approx 330 kms 7 hours)

Breakfast at hotel .

Drive to Jodhpur & check-in at hotel.

Jodhpur – the bustling desert city, also known as the “Sun City” as it has bright and sunny weather throughout the year. It was formerly the seat of a princely state & the capital of the kingdom was known as Marwar. It is also referred to as the "Blue City" due to the vivid blue-painted houses around the Mehrangarh Fort. The old city circles the fort and is bounded by a wall with several gates. 

Later visit Mehrangarh Fort:

Mighty Mehrangarh which is an architectural masterpiece and a magnificent fort that towers over the Blue City. Rising up a hilly scarp this was built on the advise of a hermit. Inside the fort are a number of palaces added by successive rulers. After the visit of the Fort walk down the steep path into the winding roads of the old city where each twist and turn will envelop you in the daily on goings of the old city. 

Walk through Old Bazaar and clock tower.

Over night at Hotel.


Jodhpur to Udaipur (approx 260 kms 6 hours)

Breakfast at hotel. 

Drive to Udaipur. En-route we stop at Ranakpur to visit the famous Jain temples (open at 12 noon onwards).

Ranakpur: situated 98 km from Udaipur, nestled in the quiet, picturesque Aravali Hills, is this famous Jain pilgrimage centre. The temples here, date back to the 15th century. The 29, exquisitely wrought halls are supported by 1,444 pillars - of which no two are alike. Ranakpur Temples are acclaimed world-wide for their intricate and superb architectural style. These temples form one of the five major pilgrimages of the Jains. 

Continue your drive to Udaipur, Also known as Venice of the East and one of the most romantic cities in India!

Check in at Hotel.

Evening at leisure.

Overnight at Hotel.


In Udaipur

Breakfast at hotel. 

Proceed for sightseeing of Udaipur. 

Royal Lakes and Palaces of Rajasthan:

The picturesque city of lakes and innumerable palaces dotting the banks of Lake Pichola  

Visit the Magnificent City Palace, an enormous edifice that stands on a hill on the banks of Lake Pichola, surrounded by crenulated walls. Built in 1567, it is composed of 4 major palaces and several minor palaces that form a single stunning façade. Walk through the bustling colorful by-lanes of Rajasthani Bazaar with rich folk art and craft. Jostle with the camels and the rickshaws and visit the gentle holy temples in every crook and corner. Also visit the lovely Sahelion-ki-Bari. Maharana Sangram Singh built this garden for his daughter and the ladies of the Queen's court. It is said he wished to recreate the monsoon for his daughter, who had been ill for a long period. 

Sunset Hues on the Royal Palaces on seat sharing basis:

At sundown, take a cruise around Lake Picholla on a local boat. Sit back and watch the lights of the City Palace cast its reflection on the still waters of the lake.

Overnight at Hotel .



Breakfast at hotel.

Departure transfer to Airport to board flight for Mumbai. On arrival Mumbai you are met by our representative.

Mumbai or better known as Bombay or home of Bollywood and the business capital of India! The city that never sleeps at night represents India’s entire entirety from an eclectic mix of British Muslim and Hindu architecture and diverse union of culture, people and food!

Continue proceed for Mumbai city tour including Prince of Wales museum & Hanging Gardens & Marine drive. 

Start visit with Gateway of India, one of Mumbai’s most famous landmarks. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar in 1911. Next you will visit the Prince of Wales Museum, which was built between 1904 and was used as a hospital during World War I. The museum houses a priceless collection of art that is considered to be one of the best in all India. 

We drive past University of Bombay, High Court of Bombay, and Crawford Market. You will also visit the Hanging Gardens, which are located on the crest of Malabar Hill. The garden is a welcome oasis of green in a city built almost entirely of concrete and cement. Visit the renowned Gandhi Memorial Museum (Mani Bhawan) and Jain Temple. Return to the hotel via Marine drive, popularly known as the Queen’s Necklace which offers a breath-taking view of the beautiful Arabian Sea.

Overnight at Hotel.


Mumbai Out

Departure transfer to Airport to board flight for final destination.


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