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14 Days - Village Tours in Rajasthan

Duration : 13 Nights / 14 Days

Destination Covered :
Delhi - Neemrana - Jaipur - Ranthambore - Kota - Bijaipur - Dhariyawad - Dungarpur - Udaipur - Dungarpur - Delhi


Rajasthan has a rustic flavour about it. We go anywhere, be it a small town, a metropolis or a royal city, this flavour is sprinkled all over it. We take you to see the countryside aspect of Rajasthan on this tour which is rightly named as the Rajasthan Village tour.

Along with some big cities like Delhi, Agra, Udaipur, Jaipur etc we have on our schedule some small towns Dungarpur, Kota, Bijapur, Dhariyawad etc which are famous for showcasing the traditions and cultures of the common man of Rajasthani villages. In these small towns also some royal families flourished who got their forts and mansions built. We take a look at these too.

Tour Itinerary
Day 01 : Arrival at Delhi

On reaching the capital city of India Delhi, you will be received and greeted by Travelogy India’s official. He will accompany you to the pre-booked hotel, where he will give you all the documents related to your tour and will discuss about the tour. A comfortable night stay in the hotel is scheduled.

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Day 02 : In Delhi

Second day of the tour will be devoted to sightseeing of the current power seat of India that’s Delhi by visiting places like Lotus Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, India Gate, Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhawan (one of the grandest president’s houses in the whole world), Qutab Minar, Connaught Place market, Red Fort (built by Shahjahan when Delhi was the power seat of Mughal Empire), adjoining market of Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid, Rajghat (cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi). Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 03 : Delhi - Neemrana (122kms)

Come Morning, you will be taken to Neemrana via a guided road trip. Check in to a hotel on arrival. Exploration of closely lying step-wells (standing since 18th Century) and village on schedule. Overnight at Neemrana.

Day 04 : Neemrana- Jaipur (145 kms)

Post breakfast, assisted travel by road to Jaipur-the pink city. Our assistants will help you check into the pre-booked hotel. Day free at leisure. Overnight at Jaipur.

Day 05 : In Jaipur

Morning visit to Amber Fort overlooking Jaipur city. Ascend to the fort gate riding on an elephant back and experience the grandeur of Rajputana by having a look at the features of this fort. Afternoon depart for touring the main Jaipur city and its very famous landmarks like the Hawa Mahal (palace having 935 windows and built so that women of royal household could have a look outside), Jantar Mantar-astronomical observatory built by Sawai Jai Singh II, City Palace complex and museum having art pieces and weapons of olden times on display. Come back to the hotel for night stay.

Day 06 : Jaipur- Ranthambore (182 kms)

Head towards Ranthambore with our agents via a comfortable drive. Check in at a forest lodge at Sawai Madhopur (gateway to the Ranthambore National Park). Afternoon jeep safari in the park.

Day 07 : Ranthambore

Spend the whole day on a wild safari in Ranthambore National Park. This place provides a natural habitat for the tigers and various other animal varieties like hyena, leopard, Jackals etc. The amazing landscape here will leave you awe-struck. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 08 : Ranthambore - Kota (125 kms)

You will be driven to Kota (situated alongside the backs of Chambal river) visiting Bundi on the way. Bundi was ruled by Hada Chauhan clan and this small town is set on a beautiful backdrop. Bundi Fort, City Palace and Taragarh Fort here are worth giving a visit. Afternoon continuing heading towards Kota, we check into a hotel on arrival. Noon visit to Kota City palace showcasing miniature paintings and handicrafts. Overnight stay at Kota.

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Day 09 : Kota - Bijaipur (170 Kms)

Transfer to Bijapur in the morning via a road trip. Halt at well-preserved Bijolia temples and Menal temples. You stay at a hotel that’s been pre-booked for you for one night. A drive can be scheduled to Pangarh Fort at Noon.

Day 10 : Bijaipur- Dhariyawad (150 Kms)

A comfortable drive after breakfast will convey you to Dhariyawad. On the way, stoppage at Chittorgarh Fort (largest fort in India). Check in at a hotel on arrival. You can take a quick stroll around the beautiful village.

Day 11 : Dhariyawad - Dungarpur (100 Kms)

Reach Dungarpur from Dhariyawad and transfer to a hotel here. Later in the afternoon, we pick you up and take you to the old palace where you can admire the eye-pleasing art works and craft objects. You can ascend to the hill top to see the splendid sunset. Night stay at Udai Bilas Palace.

Day 12 : Dungarpur- Udaipur (120 kms)

Udaipur is a city named after Rana Udai Singh (a ruler from the Sisodia Rajputs lineage), the king of Mewar kingdom. This city has a rich heritage and culture and it finds a place in almost all the itineraries involving the presence of Rajasthan. Check in to a hotel on arrival and post lunch in the afternoon embark on a boat ride at Lake Pichola which offers a lovely landscape and also Jag Mandir Palace for sightseeing (It is believed that the Jag Mandir Palace was an inspiration for Shahjahan to build Taj Mahal). Night stay at Udaipur.

Day 13 : Udaipur

Come morning, set out on an excursion of Udaipur which boasts of a lot number of royal houses, palaces, temples etc. City Palace complex (exhibiting antiques), Saheliyon-ki-bari (gardens where royal ladies could take a stroll), Jagdish Temple (built 300 years ago), folk museum situated nearby. Take a good night’s sleep at the hotel in Udaipur.

Day 14 : Udaipur - Delhi by flight

Start your journey back home after you depart from Udaipur to reach Delhi by a flight. Check into a hotel in Delhi to spend your time at ease till evening after which you set out with our officials who drop you at the airport to fly back home.

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