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(N)Day 2: Delhi
Transfer to the Imperial Hotel for 2 nights. Afternoon at leisure or enjoy a sumptuous high tea at the hotel. (N)Day 3: Delhi
A guide will be at your disposal today to show you the highlights of Delhi. (B)Day 4: Fly to Udaipur • Delwara
Fly to Udaipur for a 2-night stay at Raas Devigarh. Take a heritage walk through the local village. (B)Day 5: Udaipur
Explore Udaipur including the City Palace, Jagdish temple and the gardens of Saheliyon-ki- Bari. Take a sunset boat ride on Lake Pichola. (B)Day 6: Khandi
Travel to Khandi for 3 nights at Mihir Garh, an exclusive boutique hotel where each suite has a private plunge pool. (B, D)Day 7: Khandi
Afternoon village safari to see rural Rajasthan at its best. Meet the Raikas (shepherds) with their glorious costumes and visit the homes of the villagers. Take part in a culinary demonstration or enjoy a royal picnic by a small lake. (B, L, D)Day 8: Jodhpur
Explore Jodhpur, visiting the sublime Mehrangarh Fort before a stroll through the Sadar Bazaar. (B, L, D)Day 9: Nimaj
Travel to Nimaj for 2 nights at Raas Chhatrasagar in luxury tented camps set on the dam of a reservoir. (B, L, D)Day 10: Nimaj
Choose from a range of activities including farm or village tours and sunrise birdwatching trips. (B, L, D)Day 11: Samode
Travel to Samode for 2 nights at the sublime Samode Palace. (B)Day 12: Samode
Relax by the rooftop pool, watch the sunset over the Aravalli range or enjoy the spa. Alternatively, explore Jaipur. (B)Day 13: Ranthambore National Park
Travel to Ranthambhore for 2 nights at the luxury wildlife camp Aman-i-Khás. (B, L, D)Day 14: Ranthambore National Park
Early morning and late afternoon wildlife drives, or head to the Chambal river to spot the endangered gharial. (B, L, D)Day 15: Ramathra
Continue to Ramathra for 2 nights at the idyllic Ramathra Fort with its commanding views of the surrounding countryside. (B, D)Day 16: Ramathra
Enjoy nature walks, trek to temples and forts, or picnic on the shores of Lake Kalisil. (B, L, D)Day 17: Agra
Travel to Agra to witness the Taj Mahal from the luxury Oberoi Amarvilas. (B)Day 18: Delhi
Return to Delhi for an overnight stay at the Oberoi Gurgaon. (B)Day 19: Fly home
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important information Luxury tour
Featuring some of the most luxurious accommodation throughout the tour. Prices are based on the standard category, unless indicated otherwise.Single supplement
Available on request.Tailor-made travel
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The ultra-luxurious Oberoi Gurgaon, set amongst 9 acres of landscaped gardens, courtyards, stunning reflection pools and fountains, is located in the business district of Gurgaon, and is in close proximity to Delhi International airport. With a resort-like ambience, the hotel features 202 luxurious rooms and suites, a range of leisure facilities and excellent dining options.
The Oberoi Amarvilas is a luxury resort offering outstanding levels of service, comfort and elegance. The hotel has been designed to provide guests with uninterrupted views of the Taj Mahal from most of the hotel's common areas. The decor has a stylish elegance with the use of natural colours, teak and marble flooring. Some of the rooms offer terraces and bathrooms with unrivalled views of the majestic Taj Mahal. Features: 102 rooms, 4 restaurants, outdoor private dining areas, landscaped gardens, swimming pool, spa, gym, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Television, sofa, safe, minibar, tea & coffee facilities, en suite bathroom. Some of the rooms offer views of the Taj Mahal.
Conveniently situated off Connaught Circus in Lutyen's New Delhi, the Imperial has been sympathetically restored to its former glory. All de luxe rooms and suites have been renovated in classical style with all the modern facilities. Set in spacious grounds, there is a swimming pool, four restaurants including the renowned 'spice route' oriental restaurant and 3 bars. Steeped in history, each of the floors has paintings on the wall reflecting a different theme and is still regarded as the place in Delhi to have tea on the lawn. Features: 235 rooms, Wi-Fi, 4 restaurants, 2 bars, swimming pool, full service spa including Ayurveda therapy, squash court, swimming pool and gym Room amenities: Flat-screen TV, writing desk, safe, minibar, tea & coffee making facilities and en-suite bathroom.
Picturesquely set in rugged hills north of Jaipur, the exquisitely frescoed 19th century Samode Palace is an opulent reminder of the regal heritage of Rajasthan. Its antiques and artefacts and its courtyard and terrace provide a majestic setting in which to relax. Rooms are decorated in different styles and facilities include a restaurant offering a selection of Rajasthani cuisine.
Originally built by the Maharaja of Karauli, Ramathra Fort is the ancestral home of Ravi and Gitaniali who lovingly resorted the property into the wonderful heritage hotel that it is today. Located just south of the golden triangle in the princely state of Karauli, it is a 4-hour drive from Jaipur and just 2 hours from Sawai Madhopur en route to Agra. The hotel has six suites and six luxury tents, all with views over the magnificent countryside of Rajasthan. Each suite features its own bedroom, an elegant sitting area with a fireplace, custom furnishings and a private terrace or open courtyard. The six luxury tents, set against the fort's rampart walls surrounding a courtyard, have a spacious interior with a sleeping chamber, a sitting room, a private bathhouse attached and a private porch furnished with a table and chairs. There are no televisions or electronic equipment in the tents. The original ...
NEEDS FEATURES AND ROOM AMENITIES LISTED AT THE END. THANKS 30/11/15 HI ELLIE, NEED A LITTLE MORE TIME ON THIS ONE AG 20/06/16 PLEASE UPDATE. The glorious 18th-century, hilltop fort-palace of Raas Devigarh has been completely restored and is now a luxurious hotel. Magnificent views over the Rajasthani countryside can be enjoyed from many of the 23 suites. Decor is simple and elegant, using a combination of contemporary style with traditional motifs. The ample-sized rooms, perfectly landscaped gardens, swimming pool and range of activities ensure a relaxing and luxurious stay.
This luxury property in the Rohet area is the sister property to Rohetgarh. Just an hour's drive south of Jodhpur, this extraordinary small fort is perched on a sand mound, surrounded by scrub desert. A haven of comfort, Mihigarh has nine large suites, each with adjoining sitting rooms and stunningly decorated in soft, earthy colours. Each has its own courtyard and a glorious terrace facing out to the surrounding countryside, with either a plunge pool or whirlpool to take a dip in. A gorgeous infinity pool, shady sitting areas and a barbecue area all fan out from the dining room, which is wonderfully airy in summer and warm and cosy in winter. Mihirgarh is an excellent base to explore the wonders of Jodhpur and Osian, go on a camel or village safari, or pamper yourself in the excellent spa.
Situated between Jaipur and Jodhpur, Chhatra Sagar was built as a hunting lodge for the Nimaj Estate. The site comprises 11 tents situated on a dam overlooking the Nimaj reservoir. The tents have breathtaking views, and are all tastefully designed with interiors echoing Persian motifs in brilliant blues and pinks. Each tent has an en suite bathroom and own private sit-out overlooking the lake.
Aman-I-Khas, (combining aman, meaning "peace", in Sanskrit, and khás, meaning "special" in Urdu and Hindi) is an exclusive wilderness camp set in the rugged hills of Rajasthan on the outskirts of Ranthambhore National Park. It is a drive of approximately 3 ½ hours from Jaipur and 7 hours from Delhi to reach this part Mughal, part colonial jungle camp. The camp has 10 spacious luxury tents, which have been decorated in a Mughal style and split into sleeping, bathing and dressing sections. The sleeping area is fitted with a king size bed and writing desk, whilst the bathing area consists of a bathtub, separate toilet and shower cubicle. The tents are air-conditioned during the summer months and heated during the winter. The dining tent serves Indian and Western cuisine and is often concluded around the outdoor fireplace which overlooks the Aravalli Hills. The lounge tent provides a wide selection of books on ...
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