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Ever Green Rajasthan

Trip Duration:
15days

Trip Route:Delhi -> Bharatpur -> Bijaipur -> Udaipur -> Kumbhalgarh -> Jodhpur -> Jaisalmer -> Delhi
includes:

  • Transports

  • Sight Seeing

  • Food

  • Hotels

  • Wi-Fi

In Brief:

This trip takes you to the greener side of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is home to 400 different species of birds and a rich wildlife belt to explore. Come and beat the heat out in the wilderness of Rajasthan.

Activities:

Bird watching, Jeep safari, Wildlife, Trekking, Horse Riding, Village Walk, Shepherd Tales, Responsible shopping.

This trip takes you to the greener side of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is home to 400 different species of birds and a rich wildlife belt to explore. Come and beat the heat out in the wilderness of Rajasthan.

Winter is a good time to see an amazing variety of birds in Keoladeo Ghana National Park. These birds migrate all the way from Central Asia and Siberia. Imagine tigers lazing about in the wild a few kilometers away from you. At Ranthambore National park, leave your fear behind and come prepared to see tigers all along your safari. More wildlife might be spotted in Kumbalgarh where we trek into the longest wall after the Great Wall of China.

This trip also takes you to the rustic landscapes of Rajasthan where you can get a glimpse into the lives of the locals, their struggles and their simple lifestyles. During our visit to the Bishnoi villages we learn about their eco-friendly way of living and their passion for the environment and wildlife. The nomadic Raika tribes amaze us with their passion and knowledge of camels that goes back a long way in history.

In Brief:

This trip takes you to the greener side of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is home to 400 different species of birds and a rich wildlife belt to explore. Come and beat the heat out in the wilderness of Rajasthan.

Activities:

Bird watching, Jeep safari, Wildlife, Trekking, Horse Riding, Village Walk, Shepherd Tales, Responsible shopping.

This trip takes you to the greener side of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is home to 400 different species of birds and a rich wildlife belt to explore. Come and beat the heat out in the wilderness of Rajasthan.

Winter is a good time to see an amazing variety of birds in Keoladeo Ghana National Park. These birds migrate all the way from Central Asia and Siberia. Imagine tigers lazing about in the wild a few kilometers away from you. At Ranthambore National park, leave your fear behind and come prepared to see tigers all along your safari. More wildlife might be spotted in Kumbalgarh where we trek into the longest wall after the Great Wall of China.

This trip also takes you to the rustic landscapes of Rajasthan where you can get a glimpse into the lives of the locals, their struggles and their simple lifestyles. During our visit to the Bishnoi villages we learn about their eco-friendly way of living and their passion for the environment and wildlife. The nomadic Raika tribes amaze us with their passion and knowledge of camels that goes back a long way in history.

Detailed Itinerary:

Day 1:              Arrive Delhi

Arrive Delhi and after lunch, proceed for a guided tour of the Lutyens New Delhi, drive through the Parliament House, Presidents House and India Gate. Finish up your City Sightseeing tour of New Delhi at the Qutub Complex - Visit the five storied Qutub Minar. Return back to the Hotel.

Overnight in Delhi.

Day 2:              Delhi – Bharatpur     
Wake up early morning to go on a guided history walk through old Delhi. Visit the various eateries in the narrow crowded lanes of Chandni Chowk and taste Delhi through its delicacies (Karim’s - the most authentic Mughlai eatery). Visit the Kinari bazaar -tightly packed stalls selling bewildering array of tinsel and sequins. Dariba Kalan is the lane of Jewellers and Silversmiths. Rickshaw ride is the best way to explore if you feel tired of walking in the narrow lanes. Board afternoon train to Bharatpur.

Upon arrival you will be picked up by our Driver and will be dropped at Hotel for an overnight accommodation near the park. Time permits have a quick walk into this nature's paradise.

Overnight in Bharatpur.

Day 3:              Bharatpur–Ranthambore
Wake up early in the morning to hear the spellbound orchestra of birds in the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Visit the famous Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary where lot of birds migrates from different country to INDIA between monsoon from August/September onwards. Check Out at Noon and Post Lunch Drive to Ranthambore National Park where you will most definitely be welcomed by the big wild cat! Visit the Tiger’s Village and get some souvenirs for memory.

Overnight in Ranthambore.

Day 4:              Ranthambore–Bijaipur
Early morning: Go on a wildlife Safari. Thereafter leave for Bijaipur-approx 6.5hrs drive. Pass through Bundi, famous for the Budi Fort.

Overnight in Bijaipur.

Day 5:              Bijaipur–Udaipur
Early morning go on a village safari around Bijaipur, a rocky area dominated by green fields and forests. After seeing the picturesque land of Bijaipur, drive to Udaipur (3hrs drive).

Overnight in Udaipur.

Day 6:              Udaipur
Spent an entire day in Rajasthan’s most romantic city, Udaipur. The side of Rajasthan that has been widely photographed and showcased. Boat ride on lake Picola/Bazaar Walks/stare at the lake.

Overnight in Udaipur.

Day 7:              Udaipur–Kumbhalgarh
Early morning leave for Kumbhalgarh (4hrs drive), nestled in greenery and serenity. Visit the Kumbalgarh Fort which is at the peak of the Aravali range and encloses many temples, palaces, gardens and water-storage facilities. The fort was renovated in last century.

Overnight in Kumbhalgarh.

Day 8:              Kumbhalgarh
Wake up early morning to trek into the Kumbhalgarh wall, the 2nd longest wall after the Great Wall in China. It may not be possible to complete the entire 36 kilometers stretch! On our way back we will cover a forest area where we might be lucky to spot some wildlife.

Overnight in Kumbhalgarh.

 

Day 9:             Kumbalgarh–Jodhpur
After breakfast we trek three hours to Ranakpur( subject to permission) where we visit the famous Jain temples which have been preserved since 15th century. Thereafter we drive to Jodhpur after lunch (approx 5hrs drive). Lounge about in the rustic city of Jodhpur.

Overnight in Jodhpur.

Day 10:            Jodhpur
Spend the whole day to explore Jodhpur, a city of gardens, monuments and legends. Visit the massive Meherangarh fort, Jodhpurs old town and Mandore gardens.

Overnight in Jodhpur.

Day 11:            Jodhpur
After breakfast, we will explore the Bishnoi villages around Jodhpur. Learn about their livelihood that is devoted to the environment and protection of wild life.

Overnight in Jodhpur.

Day 12:            Jodhpur–Jaisalmer
Drive to Jaisalmer (6.5hrs driv) , entry into Rajasthan’s desert area. On the way we stop over at Pokaran, a traditional pottery village. Try your hand at pottery and take back what you mould. Explore the Jaisalmer fort and interact with the locals.

Overnight in Jaisalmer.

Day 13:            Jaisalmer
Today we spend time with camels and their Shepherds. Learning about the nomadic life and the struggles to restore and preserve their culture. Of course you cannot miss the delicious camel ice cream.

Overnight in Jaisalmer.

Day 14:            Jaisalmer–Delhi
Free time in Jaisalmer until your departure to Delhi by train. A train ride that passes through the desert sands, rustic landscapes and colourful settlements.

Overnight in train.

Day 15:            Delhi
Reach Delhi in the morning around 11 AM. Check in at Hotel for wash and change and later in the evening you will be transferred/dropped at IGI Intl. Airport for your Onward/Return Flight to your country.

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