On arrival at Delhi International airport meet & greet by our representative. Check in to the hotel. Later visit Old Delhi, you may visit the Jama Masjid, the Mosque of Friday, the greatest religious construction of Islam, Raj Ghat, where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated and the Red Fort (from the outside) – the palace for Shahjahan’s new capital.
In New Delhi, you may visit the Qutab Minar- the tallest stone tower in India and Huyamayun’s Tomb- an outstanding monument in Indo-Persian style.
Today early morning transfer to Delhi Nizamudin station to board a train to Gangapur.
Arrive Gangapur and drive to Karauli (35KM/1Hrs) where you will spend two nights at Ramathra Fort, a spectacular fort offering suites or luxury tents.
Ramathra is part of a green farming belt and is ideal for exploring rural local villages. Another highlight is Kalisil Lake which has an abundance of birds including kingfishers, cranes and herons. The city has around 300 temples and is hence, regarded as one of the holiest cities of the state. The city, which is located about 150 km from Jaipur, was founded by Maharaja Arjun Dev Yadav in 1348 AD.
Drive to Shahpura Bagh (260KM / 4Hrs) for two nights in a luxury hotel in a wooded estate surrounded by two lakes in the north and west and the town in the east, a magical setting.
Spend the day at leisure exploring the neighboring villages and lakes. The district of Shahpura offers over 250 lakes which makes it an area of extraordinary beauty as well as a great place for a walk or boat ride. Visit local house, meet and chat with local people.
Drive to Delwara, (170KM / 3 Hrs) located in the Aravali Hills to spend two nights at Devi Garh. Delwara forms one of three main passes into the valley of Udaipur.
The principality of Delwara was given out to Raja Sajja Singh, one of the lieutenant of Maharana Pratap, after the ‘Battle of Haldighati’ in 1576.[ First a rudimentary palace was built by Raghudev Singh II, which was later revamped a few years later in 1760s for a royal visit of the Maharani of Udaipur. The seven-storeyed hilltop fort palace in Rajasthani architecture was built in the 1760s.
After breakfast drive to Udaipur. Visit the city palace, Lok kala museum, and Sahelion-ki-Bari. Later in the evening enjoy a boat ride in the lake Pichola. Return back to Devigarh for overnight stay.
Drive to Mihir Garh (250km/4hr) for an overnight stay in a spectacular fort built in 2009 AD.
Breakfast at hotel. En route to Nagaur visit the Blue city “Jodhpur”. It is famous for palaces, forts and temples. The striking blue buildings in Jodhpur contrast beautifully with the adjacent Thar Desert. Drive to Nagaur to spend two nights at Ranvas Nagaur an 18th century residence housing 33 rooms in a magnificent fort.
Spend the day at leisure enjoying the markets and the surrounding area.
After breakfast, drive to Chhatra Sagar (150 km/ 3 hr) for a two night stay.
Take the day to explore the surrounding area. In the late nineteenth century, Thakur Chhatra Singh of Nimaj, a powerful noble of the desert kingdom of Marwar (Jodhpur), decided to dam a seasonal stream flowing through his estate. His vision was to create a water reservoir which would harvest the monsoon rains. The dam was completed in 1890 and changed the dry scrub into prime agricultural land. Farmers struggling for sustenance on parched lands were invited by Thakur Chhatra Singh to settle around the reservoir. The reservoir was named Chhatra Sagar in his memory.
Time while transfer to Train station to board a train to Delhi and spend the night at The Trident Gurgaon. Time while drive to Delhi International airport to board your homebound flight.
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