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Forts & Palaces Tour of Rajasthan

Guaranteed Departure India Group Tour Package 2020-2021

Experience the elegance of Rajasthan in its great forts, palaces and temples.

The Incredible state of Rajasthan is known to travellers for its vivid culture, age old heritage, colourful and joyful lifestyle and hospitable people. Situated in the western part of the country Rajasthan is dotted with a large no. of forts, palaces, havelies, frescoes, temples, lakes, gardens etc. Dating back to 5000 year old history the dashing forts and charming palaces of Rajasthan are standing strongly telling us many stories of glory and valour of erstwhile kings who ruled here and left behind their memories in stones. Our small group tours ‘Majestic Forts & Palaces’ of Rajasthan is all about the historical culture of monuments and simple lifestyle of the people of Rajasthan. Flagging off at the capital city of Delhi and taking you through the open air art gallery of Shekhawati region, temples and fortress of Bikaner, sand dunes of Jaisalmer, dashing Mehrangarh fort of Jodhpur, romantic lakes of Udaipur, calm and peaceful atmosphere of Pushkar village which turns to be the most crowded and happening place in the Northern India during Pushkar Cattle Fair organised in the month of November every year, pink city of Jaipur with some finest architecture and the stunning, the most beautiful and perhaps the finest monument ever built in the history of love, the Taj Mahal. Come embark on this splendid journey of a lifetime and collect memories and friends for the rest of your life.

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi

A traditional welcome at Delhi airport brings the first smile on your face as you meet with the representative of Max holidays who will assist you to reach your hotel in Delhi. Our friendly driver and representative will ensure a comfortable and timely service.

Included meals : no meal
Included entrances : no sightseeing trip

Day 02 : Delhi

Delicious breakfast waits for you in the hotel restaurant. After breakfast meet with our tour guide in the lobby of your hotel and kick start your great trip to the majestic forts and palaces of Rajasthan with sightseeing trip of Delhi. Morning drive for New Delhi railway station, start your day with a city walk tour of Salaam Balak Trust. The Salaam Balak Trust is an organization that supports street children and provides shelter to them. The main purpose of the organization is to make people aware about small children who are forced to beg or become child labour. The tour will begin at New Delhi Railway Station through the streets of Paharganj and finally to their shelter home, you will also get a tour guide from Salaam Balak Tour that will be a child from their home only who will be narrating short stories about their past life from the streets accompanying you for the walk i.e. for 02 hours. After an ultimate experience of their life’s behind the scenes, the Tour Guide of Max Holidays will meet you at a pre-decided place and take you to the New Delhi Metro Station to board Metro for Jama Masjid. On arrival, Jama Masjid sightseeing and also take a short rikshaw ride. Later not to forget the places to be visited including the Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, Bangla Saheb Gurudwara which will be your soul inspiring experience for the day. Overnight stay at Hotel in Delhi.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Salaam Balak Tour, Metro from New Delhi to Jama Masjid, Rickshaw ride, Qutub Minar

Day 03 : Delhi to Mandawa (250 kms)

This is your third day of the Majestic Forts and Palaces group tour of India and today you are going to leave behind the city of Delhi to travel to a much bigger state of Rajasthan. The first destination in Rajasthan is Mandawa which is a worldly renowned city for its beautifully painted walls and roofs. It is often referred by the travelers as the ‘largest open-air gallery in the world’. On reaching, check in at your heritage hotel and get the real feel of living the style of Rajasthani people. Later proceed for sightseeing trip visiting many famous havelis and frescoes - Jhunjhun Wala Haveli, Goenka Chokhani Haveli, Mohan Lal Sarafa Haveli, Gulab Rai ladiya Haveli, Saehramki Haveli, Murmuria Haveli. Take a walk along the street for local experience. Spend a beautiful night in Mandawa.

Optional Visit: Camel Cart Ride in Mandawa.

Highlights: Havelies

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Havelies

Day 04 : Mandawa to Bikaner (190 kms)

Drive to Bikaner after breakfast. The city of Bikaner was founded in 1488 AD by King Rao Bikaji. The city was named after him. The vibrant town of Bikaner has many historical sites including Junagarh Fort, after that visit National Research Centre on Camel also called as the Camel breeding farm, later visit the famous rat temple. Enjoy sightseeing trip of Bikaner with your local guide. Evening return back to hotel for overnight stay at hotel in Bikaner.

Highlights: Junagarh fort, National Research Centre on Camel

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Junagarh fort, National Research Centre on Camel

Day 05 : Bikaner – Jaisalmer (316 kms)

Morning breakfast at hotel then drive towards Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer is an exotic city of Rajasthan located on the western edge of India near Thar deserts bordering with the neighboring country of Pakistan. It is famous for the golden sand dunes, forts, havelis and its laid-back hassle-free lifestyle. You are free to explore Jaisalmer also called as Yellow City. Spend the evening at Jaisalmer sunset point. Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaisalmer.

Optional Visit: Kuldhara Heritage Village Tour – a village located around 18 kms from Jaisalmer is a ghost village. It is believed that nearly 200 years ago, the people who were living here, left that place overnight without leaving any marks behind. As people lived there once said that the place is cursed or haunted

Highlights: Jaisalmer sunset point

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : No

Day 06 : Jaisalmer & Sam Sand Dunes

After breakfast, you will visit the Jaisalmer Fort (also known as the Golden Fort) constructed in 1156 AD. This is the only fort in Rajasthan which still houses the local families within the premises of the fort. Also visit some famous beautifully designed havelis of Jaisalmer. Some famous names are Patwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh ji ki Haveli and Nathmal ji ki Haveli. Also enjoy a guided visit to the Bada Bagh and Gadsisar Lake. Walk through the narrow streets and busy markets of Jaisalmer.

In the late afternoon drive to Sam Dunes to have a feel of desert. It is a perfect place to enjoy a desert safari on camel’s back and watch picturesque sunset at Sam Dunes. Overnight stay in the camp.

Highlights: Patwon ki haveli, Salim Singh ji ki Haveli, Nathmal ji ki haveli, Bada Bagh and Gadsisar Lake.

Optional Visit: Folkore Museum – The articles and exhibits in the museum shows the rich history and culture of Jaisalmer which attracts the many visitors to this place.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Jaisalmer Fort, Havelies, Bada Bagh, Camel ride

Day 07 : Jaisalmer to Jodhpur (310 kms)

One of the most famous tourist destinations of Rajasthan and a favourite destination for photographers, Jodhpur is situated in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan. Also known as the ‘Blue City’ for its blue colour painted houses and buildings in the old part of the city. On your Majestic forts and Palace India group tour package you are travelling this morning from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur. A 240 kms and about 4-5 hours’ drive brings you to the ancient town of ‘Osiyan’(or Osian). Situated about 65 kms off Jodhpur near Jaisalmer-Jodhpur highway Osiyan is surrounded by golden sand dunes and hamlet. Osiyan was also known as a prominent trading centre on silk route, visit Jain Temple in Osian. Further proceed to Jodhpur and visit the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort situated on a 150-meter high hill. The fort of Mehrangarh still has the marks of various battles fought by the royal Kings of Jodhpur. Also visit the Jaswant Thadathe white marble cenotaph. In the evening, walk along the streets and bazaars near the famous Clock Tower of Jodhpur. There is a small spice market near the Clock Tower which surely will attract your attention.

Highlights: Osian, Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada

Day 08 : Jodhpur to Udaipur (250 kms)

This morning, have your delicious breakfast and get ready for a drive to Udaipur, the most romantic city of Rajasthan. On the way to Udaipur, enroute sightseeing at Ranakpur visit the famous Jain Temples in Rajasthan. The architectural extravaganza of the temples of Ranakpur are one of the most sacred temples for the Jain community. Within the complex, there are several temples but among all Chaumukha Temple is the most important. Since the guides are not permitted in the temple complex, you can hire audio guide to get more information about the places you visit in the Ranakpur Temple complex. Later drive straight to Udaipur. On arrival check in at hotel & enjoy an evening free for own activities, overnight stay at Hotel in Udaipur.

Highlights: Ranakpur Jain Temples

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : No

Day 09 : Udaipur

In the morning after breakfast visit Jagdish temple, City Palace Museum, Saheliyon ki Bari (The garden of royal maids) and vintage car museum of Udaipur. Udaipur is a shopper’s delight known for its colourful ethnic wear, miniature paintings and handicraft items. Later drive to the bank of Lake Pichola from where you will check into a boat for a journey through the beautiful Lake Pichola. An hour-long boat trip takes you to Lake Palace, Lake Pichola and Jag Mandir Island. You can get down at Jagmandir Palace for spending some time watching the beautiful sight of palaces of Udaipur on the bank of Lake Pichola.

Optional Visit:
1) Bagore Ki Haveli – Built in the 18th century Bagore ki Haveli is located at Gangori Ghat, on the banks of Lake Pichola. It has more than 100 rooms in it; each room is decorated with different kinds of paintings made of glasswork and other things. You can also find many traditional costumes as well.

2) Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum – It is the most popular museum in Udaipur near Chetak Circle. To encourage the local arts and crafts of Mewar Bhartiya Kala Mandli took an initiative to display all the articles well in a Museum, so the Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum started.

Highlights: Jagdish Temple, City Palace, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Boat Ride at Lake Pichola, Jag Mandir Island.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : City Palace complex and museum, Saheliyon-ki-bari, Boat Ride at Lake Pichola.

Day 10 : Udaipur to Pushkar (278 kms)

Drive to Pushkar after breakfast. This beautiful village of Rajasthan is one of the most ancient cities of India. Beside its peaceful and laid-back atmosphere, Pushkar is mainly famous for a holy lake and few Hindu temples. The village attracts attention and visit of global community and travelers during the month of November for the world’s largest cattle fair taking place here.

On reaching Pushkar check into the hotel and visit the Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple and other temples dotted along the bank of the lake.

Optional Visit – Jeep Safari in and around Pushkar for half day.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : No

Day 11 : Pushkar – Jaipur (150 kms)

Morning breakfast at Hotel then drive for Jaipur. On arrival check in at hotel, later sightseeing of Jaipur a visit to Jantar Mantar astronomical observatory & Birla Temple also known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple. We have leisurely night stay at the hotel today.

Highlights: Jantar Mantar, Birla Temple

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Jantar Mantar Observatory

Day 12 : Jaipur

After a quick and delicious breakfast reach Amer Fort which lies about 10 kms out of Jaipur city. The beautiful palace of Amer was once the capital of Rajput kings. From the start point of the fort you will ride on a decorated elephant like a king to ascend to the fort up on the hill. Visit the stunning architecture and beautiful courtyards, rooms and gardens inside the palace and know about the royal lifestyle of the kings and their family.

Further take a drive to Jaigarh fort which is situated on the other hill overlooking the palace of Amer. This strong and well planned fortress of Jaipur was built to protect the palace from any possible attack of enemies. World’s largest canon on wheels Jaivana is the major attraction for visitors apart from the museum and water storage tank system. Later drive back to the city on the way Photo Stop at Jal Mahal Palace – an island which gives a most drastic view for photo shoot. Now take a food walk on the local streets of Jaipur which starts from the famous monument Hawa Mahal and ends at Laxmi Misthan Bhandar. You will get to taste a lot of local cuisines of Rajasthan like, the Kachoris, Puri Sabzi, Pakodi, etc., also you can try the traditional food of Rajasthan Dal Bati Churma. Rest of the day is free to relax or you can visit Gaitore (No Guide) -Royal Cremation Ground of Kachhwaha Rajputs or evening spend at Albert Hall (No Guide). Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaipur.

Highlights: Elephant ride, Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Food Walk, Photo Stp at Jal Mahal Palace.

Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch
Included entrances : Elephant ride, Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jantar Mantar Observatory, Food Walk

Day 13 : Jaipur to Agra (223 kms)

After breakfast drive towards Agra, on the way visit Chand Baori Stepwell & Fatehpur Sikri. Abhaneri is a village which is 90 kms drive towards Agra from Jaipur here you can visit the largest Chand Baori Stepwell then continue drive towards Agra. Now enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri 30 kms before Agra to visit the walled city of Fatehpur Sikri. This deserted town was once the capital of Mughal Empire in India and it was built by Shah Jahan to commemorate the birth of his elder son Jahangir. But the acute shortage of water at place forced them to shift to Agra. This huge walled city has many attractions including world’s highest gate ‘Buland Darwaja’ and the tomb and Dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Salim Chishti who was the senior advisor of Mughals in India. Take a battery van experience till the gate of Fatehpur Sikri. Later continue your journey for Agra, on arrival check in at hotel & overnight stay at hotel in Agra.

Optional Visit: ‘Mohhabat-e-Taj’ show can be an optional one-hour show which you may select for the evening. Backed by 60 performing artists this 80-minute dance drama spectacle supported by audio visuals narrates the story of Taj Mahal.

Highlights: Chand Baori Stepwell, Fatehpur Sikri & Battery Van Ride

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Fatehpur Sikri, Battery Van Ride

Day 14 : Agra to Delhi (204 kms)

Today you are going to have the best experience of visiting World’s finest monument of Taj Mahal which symbolizes the eternal love of Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz. Also enjoy a rikshaw ride at a distance from Taj Mahal, later drive back to hotel for breakfast. After breakfast, sightseeing of Agra Fort, later head towards the Sheroes Hangout Cafe – cafe which is run by Acid Attack Victims. Late afternoon, drive to Delhi and on arrival directly transfer to the Delhi airport from where you will board your onward flight. Your Majestic Forts and Palaces India group tour with Max Holidays comes to an end as you depart with everlasting memories of your trip.

Highlights: Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Sheroe’s Hangout Cafe

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Taj Mahal, Agra Fort

Day 15 : Departure from Delhi.

Day 01 : Delhi

Namaste and welcome to the city of an amazing blend of Old and New civilization. Meet the Max Holidays company’s representative at the airport as you arrive to join our India group tour ‘Cultural heritage of India’. Get an assisted transfer to your hotel where you will have a leisurely time till next morning.

Day 02 : Delhi

Kick start your tour this morning with a delicious breakfast in the hotel restaurant. The tour today will start from a drive to New Delhi Railway Station; over here we will take you to a ‘02 hours’ City Walk near New Delhi Railway Station, through the streets of Paharganj and finally to a shelter home. This walk is organised by Salaam Balak Tour Trust to provide shelter to the children who has been harassed, kidnapped and forced to beg or become a child labour who are often found in and around the areas of New Delhi Railway Station. This trust makes them work as tour guides during the 02 hours walk to improve their English skills. So, the tour guide or a child from the streets will accompany you through the walk and will tell you short stories about struggle in their past life. After a remarkable experience of the walk now a Tour Guide of Max Holidays will meet you at a pre-decided place. Moving forward, you will board metro from New Delhi Metro Station to Jama Masjid. At first, you can explore the largest Mosques of India – Jama Masjid. After that enjoy a rickshaw ride (a man driven cart) at Jama Masjid. Later sightseeing of Raj Ghat - built in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi ‘the Father of the Nation’. Later visit the 215 feet tall concrete minaret ‘Qutub Minar’ which was created as the symbol of victory of Mughal emperor Qutub ud Din Aibak over the last Hindu dynasty in Delhi and Bangla Sahib Gurudwara - a Sikh Temple.

Highlights: Salaam Balak Tour, Metro Ride from New Delhi Railway Station to Jama Masjid, Rickshaw Ride, Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara.

Day 03 : Delhi to Jaipur (256 KMS)

In the morning after breakfast, you will depart to Jaipur that is the most popular city of the colourful state of Rajasthan. Halt at the middle of the way to have some tea/coffee (on your own) and then continue your drive and enjoy countryside. As you reach Jaipur, you will realise that the sweeping desert has replaced the cityscape. As you enter Jaipur, you will see men and women in colourful costumes, men wearing long moustaches and colourful turbans.

Upon reaching Jaipur, check in at your hotel and then visit the Pink city of Jaipur. Visit Jantar Mantar Observatory & Birla Temple – also known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaipur.

Day 04 : Jaipur

After spending leisurely night in the hotel, take your breakfast and get ready for an excursion to majestic forts and palace of Rajasthan. Visit Amer Fort palace which is situated on a hill in the Aravalli ranges of Jaipur. Enjoy travelling up the hill on the back of a traditionally decorated friendly elephant from the main entrance of the fort. It is advisable to reach here early to enjoy the elephant ride as it is subject to availability. Visit Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khaas, Sheesh Mahal and other beautiful areas of the palace.

Later, drive back to the city and on the way Photo Shoot at the Jal Mahal Palace – built in the Middle of Man Sagar Lake. In the afternoon, enjoy a food walk to the streets of the pink city where you will get to taste 10 different Indian popular street food and if required can provide lunch at the Laxmi Mishthan Bandhar. The walk begins from the famous monument Hawa Mahal to Triploya Bazar, Hanuman Ka Rasta, Gopal Ji Ka Rasta, Johari Bazaar and will conclude at a pre-decided place. Also, you will get an opportunity to taste the traditional food of Rajasthan Dal Baati Churma. Evening free for leisure time or you can take visit to Gaitore Chhatris (No Guide)- Cenotaphs of Kings. This is a Royal cremation ground of the Kachwaha Rajputs. Also, you can visit the Albert Hall (No Guide) – one of the oldest Museums of Rajasthan.

Day 05 : Jaipur to Agra (223 kms)

Today morning, enjoy breakfast in the hotel restaurant and then depart to Agra. Agra was the capital of Mughal empire in India during 16th century. Today Agra has many beautiful monuments reminding us of the great love of Mughals for art, literature and architecture. Enroute sightseeing at Abhaneri Village to see the amazingly crafted Chand Baori Stepwell. While driving to Agra about 30 kms before the city you will find a massive walled city inviting you to pay a visit. This is Fatehpur Sikri, the deserted city today once was the capital of Mughals before they moved to Agra due to lack of water at Fatehpur Sikri. There are many important sites within the city blended with Islamic and Hindu architecture. Enjoy battery van ride to the main entrance of Fatehpur Sikri. Later proceed to Agra, on arrival check in at Hotel. Overnight stay at Hotel in Agra.

Optional visit: An optional visit to the famous show ‘Mohabbat-e-Taj’ can be arranged for an individual or group upon request at an additional price. This is a one-hour stage show (English and Hindi only) based on the life creators of Taj Mahal. The show is available mostly during the winter season time.

Day 06 : Agra-Jhansi Train journey to Orchha (20 KMS)

Wake up early in the morning, enjoy the Tonga ride at a distance from the Taj Mahal, then visit the white marble beauty, the finest monument ever built in the history of love and one of the wonders of the world, Taj Mahal. Standing on the bank of river Yamuna, Taj Mahal invites thousands of travelers every year. After sightseeing of the beautiful Taj Mahal, move back to the hotel for breakfast.

Later on, drive to Agra Railway Station for boarding the air-conditioned tourist train from Agra to Jhansi which will make you come closer to the lifestyle of the country.

Reach Jhansi from where you will be transferred in a private vehicle to the beautiful village of Orchha. On the way to Orchha, it is highly recommended to make a visit to the Taragram Paper factory that is a factory which recycle the waste papers and makes them reusable again in the form of a gift-wrapping paper, etc. On arrival check in at hotel, then sightseeing of Orchha; frozen in time, the medieval city of Madhya Pradesh is dotted with palaces and temples dating back to the Bundela dynasty. The heritage of Orchha still remains its original grandeur. Visit the historic village on the bank of the river and explore the Ram Raja Temple, Jahangir Mahal, Cenotaphs and Palace, Orcha Fort, Chaturbuj Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Orchha.

Highlights: Tonga Ride (Horse Cart), Taj Mahal, Ram Raja Temple, Jahangir Mahal, Cenotaphs and Palace, Orchha Fort, Chaturbuj Temple, Taragram Paper Factory

Day 07 : Orchha to Khajuraho (180 KMS)

Morning breakfast at hotel, straight drive towards Khajuraho- the land of Chandelas. World renowned for its fine carved erotic temples dating back to 950 and 1050 CE. Midway take a small stop in any restaurant to refresh yourself.

On arrival check in at hotel and then proceed for sightseeing of Khajuraho visit Eastern and Western of the Kamasutra temples which include many Hindu and Jain temples. The temple complex and especially the western group contain some stunning architecture. The major attractions are the 31-meter-high Kandariya Mahadeo temple, Vishvanatha Temple, Chausath Yogini Temple, Jagdambe Temple and Chitradurga Temple. Enjoy evening free at leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel in Khajuraho.

Day 08 : Khajuraho to Varanasi (By flight)

Morning breakfast at hotel and then later transfer to Khajuraho Airport to board flight for Varanasi. Varanasi is one of the holiest cities in India for Hindu religion. It is also considered to be one of the oldest living cities in the world.

Upon reaching Varanasi meet with Max Holidays staff and drive to your hotel. Later take a rikshaw ride towards the Ghat & from a distance to River Ganges take a short walk to the 'Dashashwamedh Ghat’ (famous bank of Ganges). It is the place where you will witness the grand Ganges aarti in the evening. This magnificent event takes place every evening and people from around the world gather here to enjoy the spiritual atmosphere of this place. Overnight stay at Hotel in Varanasi.

Note: During off season, we shall provide you an overnight train to the Mahoba Railway Station (80 Kms from Khajuraho) to Varanasi as flight does not operate during May, June, July and August month. The train will be in the evening so if you wish you can take some add on trips in Khajuraho like a trip to Panna National Park to enjoy jungle safari, visit to Dam, lunch at Ken River Lodge (A tree house restaurant), visit to local village and see how people live there. Charges will be additional for this add on trips. However, the check-out time from Hotel shall remain same 1200 hrs.

Highlights: A Rickshaw ride towards the River Ganga Ghat in Varanasi, evening grand Ganga Aarti ceremony.

Day 09 : Varanasi

The sacred city of Varanasi wakes up very early in the morning and people get engaged in their day to day activities very early. A visit to the bank of river Ganges in the morning is a good idea to witness the early morning offering on the bank of the river. The bank of the river is dotted with several famous Hindu temples. The popular stretch for the boat ride is from Dashashwamedh Ghat to Manikarnika Ghat. During the ride, you will be explained about the history of the city, its religious significance and special features of various Ghats. As you reach the Manikarnika Ghat, get off the boat and take 45 minutes interesting walk through narrow lanes of Varanasi. You will visit the famous Kashi Vishwanath Temple (Golden Temple), many smile shrines, old houses and lodges for pilgrims. Continue walk towards the flower market and then drive back to your hotel.

Later visit the internationally famed Banaras Hindu University which is spanning across in 1300 acres. Drive through the university campus. Evening free for leisure time.

Optional Visit:
1) Visit to Sarnath temples which are located 10 kms out of Varanasi city. Sarnath is a famous Buddhist site in India where Buddha came to deliver his first sermon.

2) Yoga Tour: Early in the morning at around 05:30 am, a representative will pick up from the hotel and take you to the Tulsi Ghat where you will enjoy the 90 minutes of Yoga Class.

3) Home Cooking Curry with an Indian Family – This will be kind of a different experience for you where you will get to know about Indian Food & Spices. You will be taken to an Indian Family Home where they will brief you about Indian Food Habits and also teach you how to cook Indian Food.

4) Village Tour near 25 kms away from Varanasi Village Lamhi, Village Dasharathi Puri. Here you can enjoy the Cultural essence of Indian Village and see the making of clay pottery – means clay is used for making utensils, decorative pieces, and constructive products like bricks, walls and floor tiles. Even you can see how poultry farming is done, local school children, etc.

Note: When you will be travelling from train during the month of May, June, July and August, the train will reach today in the morning. Once you reach station, transfer shall be provided to your pre-booked hotel. Evening, enjoy grand aarti ceremony on Holy River Ganges. Night stay will be Varanasi.

Highlights: Morning Boat Ride, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Banaras Hindu University

Day 10 : Fly Home ex Delhi

Morning breakfast at Hotel then transfer to Varanasi Airport to board flight to Delhi. In Delhi take a connecting flight back to home from Indra Gandhi International airport.

Note: For train tour, Day 09 tour Programme shall be given today only. After sightseeing, transfer to Varanasi airport to board flight to Delhi. Onward journey from Delhi towards home or next destination.

What’s Included

Airport Services

Private air conditioned car with driver Company staff for airport assistance


12 nights in handpicked hotels, 01 night in desert camp


13 Breakfasts, 01 Lunch


All ground transport for sightseeing trips

Guides / Escorts

Expert local tour guides for sightseeing tours

Entry Tickets

Monument and museum tickets


Walking tour, Rickshaw ride, Metro ride, Camel Ride, Spice market visit, Boat ride, Elephant ride, Food Walk, Battery Van ride, Tonga Ride.

Other inclusions

Govt. of India taxes and Company service charges

What’s not included


International or domestic flights are not included

Travel insurance

Please carry a valid travel insurance


Visa fee and charges

Other Fees

Video / still camera fees wherever it is applicable


Meals not specified

Personal expenses

Any kind of personal expenses/bills

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Majestic Forts & Palaces Tour Accommodation

Accommodation style

Spend two weeks in some tastefully selected hotels. Some of those hotels were the houses and palaces of erstwhile royal families of Rajasthan and now have been converted into hotels with modern services. Feel royal and experience the life of kings of Rajasthan.

An evening cultural activities will be organised for you near the Sam sand Dunes. Staying in a camp for a night in the desert can be a different experience. If interested, ask details.

09 Reviews Write a Review

Lenny Texas

10 Aug 2017
"Right from the starting i.e. Delhi, I loved its cuisine. The chicken from the shops near Jama Masjid and the ride in Metro and rickshaw gave me a different feeling. The chicken tasted delicious. I loved the way the food was offered to all the people present in Bangla Sahib irrespective of their gender, age and nationality. The Havelis at the Mandawa are breathtaking. Listening to the stories related to these places made me imagine the standard of living of the kings during those days. Agra is a great place with one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal present here. On a whole, the trip was quite satisfactory for me. That was great! Thanks"

Lenny Texas

13 May 2017
"Right from the starting i.e. Delhi, I loved its cuisine. The chicken from the shops near Jama Masjid and the ride in Metro and rickshaw gave me a different feeling. The chicken tasted delicious. I loved the way the food was offered to all the people present in Bangla Sahib irrespective of their gender, age and nationality. The Havelis at the Mandawa are breathtaking. Listening to the stories related to these places made me imagine the standard of living of the kings during those days. Agra is a great place with one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal present here. On a whole, the trip was quite satisfactory for me. That was great! Thanks"

Enzo Australia

12 May 2017
"This trip has proved to be a heartthrob. I was so happy here that I didn’t even want to come back to my residence. The sunset scene at Jaisalmer is alluring. That moment was very peaceful. I really wished this one to be never ending. I also experienced the camel ride that was really great. In short, I loved it! Thanks to Max Holidays. "

Emme California

09 May 2017
"My 15 days trip commencing from Delhi till Agra has been a memorable one. My big thanks to Max Holidays for making it ‘worthy of being remembered’ for me. Taj Mahal is a masterpiece. Udaipur is a peaceful place with welcoming people. The way they greeted and welcomed me is just out of this world. "

Ben UK

14 Apr 2017
"Max Holidays has planned my trip in a well- mannered way. The trip was totally hassle- free. I enjoyed every single moment of my voyage and that too completely. The traditional food of Rajasthan is a commendable crystal to all the present culture and traditions of the place."

Maruschka Russia

11 Apr 2017
"I undoubtedly enjoyed the trip. Max Holidays had given me more than what I imagined. Their services, way of communication, discipline and punctuality, I found each and every thing apt out here! Rajasthan is really a beautiful trip. Loved the culture and traditions of such an exotic place that is full of colours, positive vibes and kindness."

Paco Madrid

08 Mar 2017
"I must say the we had a great trip, most importantly the sightseeing was something interesting, they has some exclusive planned like the Salaam Baalak Tour in Delhi and food walk at Jaipur. Some visits were quiet interesting like Bagore ki Haveli in Udaipur. I opted for some optional tours as well. An assistance person assisted us for all the optional tours. I could travel with the group along with it at certain placed i book optional that was a private one. So, i could have experience of both group and private trip. The vehicles and accommodation everywhere was good in budget."

Jose Mayes Detroit, US

08 Mar 2017
"I just came back from my group tour to Rajasthan. The experience travelling in a group was amazing. We started our tour in Delhi, where all the group members met at the airport and introduced to each other by Max holidays. I was travelling alone. The itinerary was well scheduled and I met many other people also from other countries travelling solo. I made a very good friend from Sydney name George. We shared the rooms also together in the hotels at all places. We had clicked many photos together and got cherished memories for lifetime. Returning back I really miss him."

Juan D’Cruze Colombia

07 Mar 2017
"Hola Amigos,

Gracias, for you effort during the trip for making it wonderful to Rajasthan. I came to India with my wife and we thoroughly enjoyed the trip. Especially the food walk in Jaipur. Jaipur i must say food local food is a must try. Encantada de Conocerte!"
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