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Sketch Itineray

Day 01: Arrive Delhi

Day 02: Delhi – Udaipur by train

Day 03: Sightseeing in Udaipur

Day 04: Drive Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh

Day 05: Drive Kumbhalgarh to Luni

Day 06: Drive Luni - Jodhpur - Dechhu (141 km)

Day 07: Drive Dechhu to Jaisalmer (177 km)

Day 08: Sightseeing in Jaisalmer

Day 09: Drive Jaisalmer to Bhap (200 km)

Day 10: Drive Bhap to Bikaner (132 km)

Day 11: Drive Bikaner to Khimsar (156 km)

Day 12: Drive Khimsar to Pushkar (154 km)

Day 13: Drive Pushkar to Pachar (134 km)

Day 14: Drive Pachar to Jaipur (60 km)

Day 15: Drive Jaipour to Agra (241 km)

Day 16: Drive Agra to Delhi (200 km)

Day 17: Departure

Day 01: Arrive Delhi

Arrive Delhi, transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Delhi to Udaipur by trian

Morning: sightseeing in Old Delhi and New Delhi. Visit Chandani Chowk, Jama Masjid and drive past to Red Fort. In New Delhi, visit Humayun Tomb, India Gate and drive past to Parliamentg House, Rashtrpati Bhawan. Afternoon transfer to Old Delhi/ Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station for train to Udaipur. Overnight in Train.

Day 03: Udaipur

Morning: arrive Udaipur city railway station and transfer to hotel. full dya sightseeing in Udaipur. Overnight in Hotel.

Day 04: Drive Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh (102 km)

MMorning: Drive to Kishangarh that has won international renown for having created the first school of miniature paintings in the 18th century. The ambiance of Kishangarh is medieval and in many havelis miniature painters is still at work. Enroute visit Rankpur. Overnight in Hotel.

Day 05: Drive Kumbhalgarh to Luni (160 km)

Morning: Drive to Luni, an unexpected place, unspoilt and delightfully charming. Afternoon: A jeep safari to the Bishnoi villages will be your most rewarding experience. The Bishnois are a tribal community in Rajasthan whose leader made environment and wildlife protection a religion in the 15th century. The Bishnoi hospitality is unique. A visitor is welcomed to their village by participating in an opium ceremony that is performed by the village chieftain. During your safari you will visit the homes of local village artisans who are potters, weavers, silversmiths and carpet makers. You will get to see some wild life such as the endangered black buck and blue bulls. Overnight at hotel in Luni.

Day 06: Drive Luni - Jodhpur - Dechhu (141 km)

Morning: Explore Pushkar
Pushkar lies in a narrow dry valley overshadowed by these impressive rocky hills. For the most of the year Pushkar is a gentle the peaceful lakeside village on the edge of the desert, through it has been transformed by the year-round presence of large number of tourists. Pushkar lake is one of the India's most sacred. Ghats lead down to the water on the North and West Side to enable pilgrims to bathe. The only Brahma temple in the country, at the farther end of the lake, is believed to have sprung from a lotus flower dropped by Brahma. It is a particular holy shrine since it is believed to mark the spot where Brahma was incarnated. Afternoon: Proceed to Devgarh (85 km). Overnight at Hotel.

Day 07: Drive Dechhu to Jaisalmer (177 km)

Morning: Drive to Kumbalgarh which during the 15th century was virtually inaccessible because of its location at a height of 3500 feet and its 32 km long wall. This very impressive fort has a series of courtyards, courts and 350 temples within the circumference of its walls. The Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary can be very rewarding experience whose main attraction would be the panther, sloth bear, wild boar, four-horned antelope and crocodiles besides a variety of flamingoes, spoonbills, storks etc., The famous Ranakpur temples are 50 km from here. Afternoon: Visit the fort. Evening: Enjoy a jeep safari into the sanctuary. Overnight at Hotel in Kumbalgarh.

Day 08: Jaisalmer

Morning: A city tour of Jaisalmer visiting the Fort built in 1156 that has 99 bastions around its circumference. Houses, temples and palaces are packed within the fort complex between narrow and winding lanes. The views from the fort's walls provide superb vies of the city. Within the fort is a group of beautifully carved Jain Temples built between 12th and 15th centuries. Enjoy a camel ride from the fort to the Patwa Haveli that is the most elaborate and magnificent of all havelis in Jaisalmer. The other havelis worth visiting are the Salim and Nathammal Havelis. Overnight Hotel in Jaisalmer.

Day 09: Drive Jaisalmer to Bhap (200 km)

Morning: Drive to Luni, an unexpected place, unspoilt and delightfully charming. Afternoon: A jeep safari to the Bishnoi villages will be your most rewarding experience. The Bishnois are a tribal community in Rajasthan whose leader made environment and wildlife protection a religion in the 15th century. The Bishnoi hospitality is unique. A visitor is welcomed to their village by participating in an opium ceremony that is performed by the village chieftain. During your safari you will visit the homes of local village artisans who are potters, weavers, silversmiths and carpet makers. You will get to see some wild life such as the endangered black buck and blue bulls. Overnight at hotel in Luni.

Day 10: Drive Bhap to Bikaner (133 km)

Morning: Drive to Khimsar, truly an oasis in the desert, unspoilt and well preserved like a royal manor. Khimsar will be refreshing break on your tour. The resort has an ideal combination of its original 16th century ruins and its 20th century reconstructed apartments. Afternoon: The large swimming pool here is most inviting, built amidst the ruins, the battle- scarred turrets and stables of the resort with sprawling lawns.
Evening: A memorable drive 13 km away to the sand dunes and through the black buck sanctuary to watch the desert sun set. However, the piece de resistance is a candlelit dinner amidst the ancient ruins accompanied by the reverberating sounds of drum and folk music and dances. Overnight Hotel in Khimsar.

Day 11: Drive Bikaner to Khimsar (156 km)

Morning: Drive to Jaisalmer via Osian.
Afternoon: Arrive Jaisalmer, the desert citadel. This magical and incomparably romantic desert fortress is straight out of the Tales of the Arabian Nights. Because of its strategic location on the route between India and Central Asia, Jaisalmer was once a very wealthy place. The merchants and towns people built magnificent houses and mansions all exquisitely carved from wood and sandstone.
Evening: Visit Khuri, which is just 40 Km away from Jaisalmer and is a delightful and unspoilt village. The Thakur of the village greets visitors and gives them a tour of the village. Closeby are sand dunes where one can take camel rides and enjoy the sunset. Overnight at Hotel in Jaisalmer.

Day 12: Drive Khimsar to Pushkar (154 km)

Morning: A city tour of Jaisalmer visiting the Fort built in 1156 that has 99 bastions around its circumference. Houses, temples and palaces are packed within the fort complex between narrow and winding lanes. The views from the fort's walls provide superb vies of the city. Within the fort is a group of beautifully carved Jain Temples built between 12th and 15th centuries. Enjoy a camel ride from the fort to the Patwa Haveli that is the most elaborate and magnificent of all havelis in Jaisalmer. The other havelis worth visiting are the Salim and Nathammal Havelis. Overnight Hotel in Jaisalmer.

Day 13: Drive Pushkar to Pachar (134 KM)

Morning: Drive to Pachar, 134 km from Pushkar. Overnight in hotel.

Day 14 : Drive Pachar to Jaipur (60 km)

Morning: drive to Jaipur, 60 km from Pachar and full day city tour of Jaipur. The city is a living testament to one of the most remarkable men of his age - Jai Singh II, he was an extremely talented politically as well as on the battlefield. Indulging in his passion for science and the arts resulted in the creation of Jaipur. However, much of the pinkness of the city goes to the credit of Maharaja Mansingh who dressed up the city in the symbolic welcoming colour when the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII visited Jaipur in 1876. A tour of the city visiting the City Palace and Museum comprising of several courtyards, gardens and buildings and is a blend of Rajasthani and Mogul architecture. The former Maharaja still lives in part of the palace. The museum has an extensive collection of art, carpets, enamelware, old weapons, miniature paintings, an armory of guns and swords, costumes and dresses of the former Maharajas and Maharanis of Jaipur. On display are 2 huge silver vessels, which have found their way into world record of being the largest single pieces of silver in the world. A former Maharaja used them to carry his drinking water to England a he was a devout Hindu. Adjacent to the city palace is the observatory built by Jai Singh in 1728, who had a passion for astronomy. Stop at the Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds built in 1799. It is a stunning example of Rajput artistry and was originally built to enable ladies of the royal household to watch the everyday life in the streets below through the delicately honeycombed sandstone windows. Afternoon: A tour of Amber Fort. About 11 Km from Jaipur is Amber, the former capital of Jaipur state stunningly situated on a hillside and overlooking a lake which reflects its terraces and ramparts. Ascend the hill on elephant back. Construction of the palace - fortress began in 1592 by Raja Man Singh, the Rajput commander of Akbar's army. It was later extended and completed by Jai Singh. An imposing stairways leads to the "Hall of Public Audience" which has a double row of columns and latticed galleries.
Next to the hall is the Kali Temple whose entrance doors are made of silver. Walk over the Hall of Victory, noted for it's inlaid panels and glittering mirror ceiling. On the opposite side is the "Hall of Pleasure " with an ivory - inlaid sandalwood door. The "Hall of Private Audience " is decorated with delicate murals. But the jewel of the fort is the "Hall of Mirrors " whose interior is encrusted with tiny mirrors. With doors closed and candle lit, it is like being inside a vast twinkling diamond, The oldest part of the palace are the apartments of Raja Man Singh, where each of his dozen wives had a separate suite. Overnight at Hotel in Jaipur.

Day 15: Drive Jaipur to Agra (200 km)

Morning: drive to Agra enroute visit Fatehpur Sikari. Overnight in Agra.

Day 16: Drive Agra to Delhi (200 km)

Morning: City tour of Agra.

Day 17: Departure

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