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Oct 05- 24,2008
I felt very safe and well supported by you in every moment, and that was exactly what I was looking for. Trip Rajasthan + Rishikesh from (05 -24 Oct) Dear Amit, First of all, tks for everything! I had an wonderful time in India
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THANK YOU Santosh and Ugen for setting me up on the Palace on Wheels THANK YOU Santosh and Ugen for setting me up on the Palace on Wheels. It was excellent to meet you
Rajasthan Adventure Tour
Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi
This Rajasthan tour package for 11 days leads you through the sun drenched Rajasthan and into the places and sights that regular tours don’t cover. Rajasthan tour enables you to see beautiful sights and places of Rajasthan and all the attractions along the Golden Triangle route. This is one of the best Rajasthan tour packages providing opportunity to interact with the local people, while learning the way they live and to experience their hospitality. As time permits, we will also visit local homes and schools. Your stays are in the charming and affordable Forts and Palaces replete with ‘Old World Charm.’
We will travel by a small van with maximum of 7 passengers to make your experience a personal, accompanied by a knowledgeable and a passionate Guide. There is also a one overnight train journey, a short camel ride, an elephant ride and a rickshaw ride to add to your Indian experience. The itinerary is packed with India Rajasthan tour showing you beautiful land and the hospitable people of India.
Day 1: Arrival in Delhi
Upon arrival in Delhi, you are met and transferred to a hotel in the suburbs of Delhi (30km), which is on the way to your next destination. Overnight in Heritage Village, Manesar or Similar.
Day 2: To Mandawa
Drive to Mandawa in the heart of Shekhawati, a region known as the “Open Art Gallery of Rajasthan,” for its fascinating mansions (Havelis). These mansions have lavishly painted walls, built by the rich merchants as their residence between 18th and 20th century. We spend the afternoon walking to visit some of these Havelis.
Overnight in Desert Resort Hotel or similar
Day 3: Mandawa – Bikaner
Visit sights in Mandawa and drive to the desert city of Bikaner. Visit the Junagarh Fortress.
Overnight in Raj Villas Palace Hotel.
Day 4: Bikaner (B)
After visiting the Camel Center, you may choose to walk or ride a camel to visit local villages. Lunch at a village hut known as Dhanhi. Later visit Deshnok, which is famous for its rat temple. Overnight in Raj Villas Palace Hotel
Day 5: Bikaner – Jaisalmer
Drive further into Thar Desert and arrive in the Golden City of Jaisalmer. En-route, stop in some villages inhabited by Bishnois tribe. While in Jaisalmer view sunset and enjoy a dinner with cultural performance at Sam Dunes.
Overnight in Fort Rajwada.
Day 6: Jaisalmer Sightseeing and Overnight Train
Walk through maze of alleys and bazaars to see Jaislamer’s unique architectural masterpiece that amazes visitors. Visit Sonar Kila or the Golden Fort, including Jain temples and some of the Havelis. In the evening board an air-conditioned sleeper train to Jaipur.
Overnight in train
Day 7: Arrive in Jaipur
Arrive early this morning in Jaipur and transfer to a hotel. After some rest, start for a half-day tour of this Pink City to visit the Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds. Then visit the City Palace with its museum and Jantar Mantar Observatory. Free evening.
Overnight in Narain Niwas Palace or similar.
Day 8: Jaipur Walking tour
Short distance away from Jaipur, we visit Amber Fort and ride an elephant. Return to Jaipur and begin walking into the old city through its maze of streets. Enjoy a timeless bazaar admiring a full of colorful textiles and trinkets. Spend some time looking at houses, mansions and temples. Sense the whirl of streets packed with camel carts and cycle-rickshaws. In the evening drive to an ethnic village resort of Chokhi Dhani for traditional dinner and a Rajasthani performance. Overnight in Narain Niwas Palace or similar.
Day 9: Jaipur –Agra
En-route to Agra, stop to visit the ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri. Visit Taj Mahal in Agra during the sunset and visit the Agra Red Fort. Overnight in Holiday Inn.
Day 10: Agra-Delhi
Drive to Delhi after visiting rest of the sights in Agra. Free evening in Delhi.
Overnight in City Park.
Day 11: Delhi tour – Departure
A brief tour of some of the landmark monuments of Old and New Delhi including: Jama Masjid, Rajghat Park and drive past India Gate, President’s House and Qutub Minar. Transfer to the airport in time for your flight to your next destination.
Group Size Max. 7 pax (Minimum 2)
MealsMeals as specified in the itinerary Breakfast(B), Lunch(L), Dinner(D)
Trip AccommodationFirst Class - 4 star type Hotels, Resorts, Palaces and one night on a Train
RouteDelhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi
Trip Type Cultural Tour
Trip SeasonsBarring summer, its good to travel throughout the year
Best MonthsJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Prices & Dates
1625 Per Person on Twin sharing
Single Supplement US $550 Per Person extra
Private departure available on request
Private Journeys for independent travel with your own dates.
- Accommodations in listed 4 star hotels (or similar) or in a heritage hotel.
- Meals as shown by B/L/D (Daily breakfast)
- All transfers by air-conditioned vehicle.
- Entrance fees to the sights listed.
- English speaking local Guide.
- Train from Jaisalmer-Jaipur by A/C sleeper.
- Indian Visa
- Not specified meals and flights.
Hotels in New Delhi
Hotels in Jaisalmer
Hotels in Bikaner
Hotels in Mandawa
Hotels in Jaipur
Hotels in Agra
Rajat Gupta is the gun young at Wind Horse Tours, New Delhi. With his advent there is infusion of fresh ideas, exuberance and passion , that changing travel scenario demands. He completed his degree course in Tourism Management in 2014.
At Wind Horse Tour, India, he is setting pace for innovations and fresh perspectives to thrive and to meet new demands. With opening of window for Visa on Arrival for many countries by Indian Government, this has thrown door wide open for travel industries to redesign structural patterns in term of infrastructures and itineraries.
He inherited the passion for the travel business from his father Santosh Gupta. While growing up or still now the travel talks hogs the limelight at the dinner table. He alway knew what he wanted or how he wants to shape up his career. Choosing travel management course was a conscious choice to hone his passion.
Gaurav Goyal remains stalwarts of Wind Horse Tours, India since its inception in 2005. Along with company he gained salience. His friend says ” He aged once he started to work “. Like any other works, it was hardly a stroll in park at the start. In initial days, where every little aspects was overwhelming to learn but he weathered the storm tenaciously and befitting he is in the stage where a rave review from the guests is just like another day in the office.
He grew up in old Delhi locality and did his college from there itself. He is familiar with every nook and corner around Delhi and surrounding regions. This assist in untying knots of intricate history of Delhi and its monuments it harbours in its fold when taking guests on tours.
When not guiding, you can find him in cricket ground with a Kookaburra cricket ball in hand all geared up to disturb the three timbers that batman passionately guard.