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Vibrant and exotic, Rajasthan is India’s most colourful region.
Discover its main attractions and lesser-known sights as you meander
through this extraordinary land with plenty of time at leisure.
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On arrival, transfer to the Bujera Fort, a peaceful oasis with views of
the City Palace, for 3 nights. (B)
Spend a day exploring the delights of the lake city followed by a day at leisure at the hotel and an evening cultural performance on the shores of Lake Pichola at the Bagore Ki Haveli. The performance is a colourful affair depicting traditional Rajsthani folk dances (B)
Travel to Deogarh for 2 nights at the boutique homestay, Dev Shree, located on the shores of Lake Ragho offering views of the waters that are home to a large variety of migratory birds in the winter season. Afternoon at leisure. (B, L, D)
Take a scenic ride on Deogarh's metre-gauge train. This journey, which goes through the region that was the setting for Rudyard Kipling's novella 'The Man Who Would be King', passes quaint railway stations, waterfalls, colonial bridges and rural village life. (B, L, D)
Travel to Pali for 2 nights at Chanoud Garh, a 300-year-old palace. The next day take a morning 4x4 safari to visit the colourful Rajbari shepherds. (B, L, D)
Travel to Jodhpur for 3 nights at Raas Jodhpur before explore the fascinating Mehrangarh fort and its museum. Set high on a hill overlooking the city, the fort showcases many intricately ornamented palaces with exquisitely carved panels and latticed windows. Remainder of your stay at leisure. (B)
Travel to Nagaur for 2 nights at Ranvas, a spectacular hotel located in
the ramparts of Nagaur fort with its painted palaces, mosques, open
terraces and Mughal pleasure gardens. Sightseeing in the local area
with time to relax and explore the town. (B)
Travel to Jaipur for 3 nights at Khas Bagh, a delightful family-run
hideaway located a stone’s throw from the 12th-century Amber fort.
Time at leisure to explore the charms of Jaipur. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner,
N: No meals.
Featuring some of the most luxurious
accommodation throughout the tour. Prices are
based on the standard category, unless indicated
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