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Tour Itinerary

Rajasthan Desert & Dunes Tour
Duration : 14 Night 15 Days
Destination : Delhi - Shekhawati - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur - Bundi - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi

Day 1​: Arrival in Delhi
Welcome at the airport and transfer to the hotel in  Delhi if you want sort visit around new Delhi . Night at the hotel. 

Day 2: Delhi - Shekhawati: Mandawa OR  Nawalgarh - [240 to 280 Km - 5 to 6 H Drive ]
Morning Drive to the Shekhawati region, famous for its majestic havelis evening  Discover Shekhawati Visit the villages of Nawalgarh or mandawa, their lively and colourful bazaars and some beautiful havelis.  Night at hotel. 

Day 3: Shekhawati - Bikaner - [210 Km - 4 to 5 hours drive] 
Continue your journey through land towards Bikaner, located in the scorching Thar desert. The old city of Bikaner astonishes visitors with its crowded and noisy alleys, and its excessive hustle and bustle. Check in to the hotel. Later Visit Bikaner and the splendid fortress. Night in the hotel.

Day 4: Bikaner - Jaisalmer - [330 Km – 5 hours drive]
Long drive to Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer is like an oasis in the desert. Arrive in the evening. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 5: Jaisalmer - thar desert - [ 40 km - 1 Hours Drive ]
Morning after breakfast visit Jaisalmer: walking through the fort, Jain temples and sumptuous Havelis later afternoon drive  to the dunes in the desert of Thar in Khuri village. Den camal safari on  the middle of the desert Later arrival at the camp at sunset, evening Dining and same time enjoying a local falk dense  with local vellge people, overnight at the camp in the dunes.

Day 6: khuri - Jodhpur - [330 Km - 6 hours drive] 
Depart in morning for Jodhpur, On arrival, check-in to the hotel. Visit the old city- Clock Tower and Sardar Market. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 7: Jodhpur - Ghanerao or Narlai - [150 Km - 3 hours drive]
Morning Visit Meherangarh Fort and jaswant thda perched on the top of a hill, later Drive south to the villages of Ghanerao or Narlai. Night in heritage hotel. 

Day 8: Ghanerao or Narlai – Udaipur - [100 Km - 3 hours drive]
Morning Visit the traditional villages. Head to Udaipur through beautiful landscapes of the Mewar Mountains. Short trip to Ranakpur and visit the Adinath Jain temple. Check in to the hotel  Night in the hotel. 

Day 9: Udaipur Visit
Udaipur the Venice of the East around the lake Pichola and surrounded by peaks of Aravalli range,  a boat ride on Lake Pichola is worth the experience. Visit the City Palace jagdis tample walk around the city etc.  Overnight at the hotel.

Day 10: Udaipur -  Bundi - [ 240 Km - 5 to 6 hours drive] 
After breakfast, drive to Bundi,  On the way Visit the Chittorgarh Fort and various ancient temples of this town.  On arrival in Bundi, transfer to hotel Overnight at hotel.

Day 11: Bundi - Jaipur - [ 200 km - 3 to 4 hours drive ]
Morning Drive to Jaipur the pink city Check in to the hotel.  Later explore, on foot, the lively old city,  Night in the hotel. 

Day 12: Jaipur - visit
In the morning, visit the Amber Fort, the ancient capital since 1728, another Indo-Muslim architectural jewel. In the afternoon, visit the the City Palace, Hawa Mahal or the ‘Palace of Winds different bazaars. Night in the Hotel. 

Day 13: jaipur - Agra - [ 240 Km – 3 to 4 H drive]
Morning after breakfast Drive to Agra by road. Stop en route at the ghost town of Fatehpur Sikri, 40 Km west of Agra. Continue drive to Agra. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 14: Agra - Delhi - [210 Km - 4 hours drive]
In the morning, at sunrise visit the fabulous Taj Mahal, and later visit the Red Fort. In the afternoon, drive to Delhi. Check in and night in the hotel. 


Day 15: Delhi - Visit den Leave for the international airport according to flight timing.

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this tour not only allows you to see the real face of Rajasthan but also to experience it! We plunge into a region that is as fascinating as it is colorful. 

Far from the hectic life of the city, we’re fascinated by astounding landscapes and people of the countryside: sparkling sun rays on the dry desert, mud houses decorated with the statues of Ganesh (the god for luck),women at the wells to collect water, wearing bright coloured clothes, turbaned villagers, temples of mysterious gods.