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A trip to the desert state of Rajasthan is essential if you want to get to know India deeply. Nowhere else does India present itself as colourful and exotic as in Rajasthan. Influenced by many historical forts, palaces, havelis and the Thar Desert you can immerse yourself into a completely different world. Make encounters with the people, the shepherds and the desert dwellers or indulge yourself and travel through the gorgeous landscapes like a Maharaja . We are happy to adapt our classic Rajasthan tour to your wishes. If you are looking for an adventurous, special experience, integrate a trek on foot, by horse- or
camel-ride through the populated desert Thar or opt to discover the Aravali range and interact with different tribal people of this land; you can also choose to include a visit to one or several National Parks to make fantastic wildlife observations; or experience the glitz and glamour of the Indian princes by choosing to stay in Rajasthan’s most beautiful and luxurious palace hotels.
- Jaipur city with Amber Fort & City Palace
- Gardens and palaces of Udaipur, surrounded by lakes and the Arvalis-mountains
- Hindu- & Sikh-temples, havelis, palaces & colourful markets
Day 1: Reach Jaipur, for example in connection to Travel Module "Agra Taj Mahal" or "Delhi"
Day 2: Jaipur, Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Jaipur’s exotic and colourful markets
Day 3: Jaipur – Pushkar with Brahma Temple
Day 4: Pushkar - Udaipur
Day 5: Udaipur
Day 6: Udaipur – Jodhpur
Day 7: Jodhpur – Jaisalmer
Day 8: Jaisalmer
Day 9: Jaisalmer – Bikaner
Day 10: Bikaner – Mandawa
Day 11: Mandawa – Delhi, International Airport or continue with Travel Moduel "Delhi" or "Taj Mahal Agra"
Best time to travel
September to April
- Camel Safari (+4 days ex Jaisalmer to Bikaner or vice versa):
An unforgettable experience! Experience desert Thar. It offers fantastic sunsets, sand-dunes, and insights into the life of the nomads, shepherds and desert dwellers. Best season. November to February.
- Ranthambore Nationalpark (+ 2 to 4 day, ex and to Agra or Jaipur) :
For tiger safari and wildlife watching this is certainly one of the most spectacular National Parks in India. Includes an optional trek to a Hindu-temple.
- Camel Festival, Bikaner / Pushkar Cattle Fair / Desert Festival Jaisalmer:
If you are planning your tour to Tajasthan in January or Febraury it is worth to tune your itinerary so that you can also witness one of these diverse and spectacular festivals. We look forward to providing you more information.
- Kanha & Bandhavgarh National Parks, Madhya Pradesh:
Are you a nature- and wildlife enthusiast? Then you may consider visiting Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks, besides Ranthambore. Both can be easily combined with our Travel Module "Rajasthan" or "Taj Mahal Agra".
- Nomads, Gypsies and desert dwellers:
Are you specifically interested in the various ethnic groups of the region? Contact us, we have an extraordinary itinerary for you.
- Trekking foot or horse in the Aravalli range:
A trek into the Aravali-mountains by foot or horse is a fantastic way to gain deep insights into the local cultures, flora and fauna. Meet the nomads, shepherds and indigenous people. Best time: November to February.