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Rajasthan Itinerary For 7 Days From Delhi

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Itinerary (Day Wise)

Day 1Delhi to Jaipur
  • Morning: Start early from Delhi to Jaipur (about 5-6 hours drive).
  • Afternoon: Check-in at your hotel and have lunch.
  • Evening: Visit the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal. End the day with a stroll through the local markets like Johari Bazaar.
  • Morning: Explore the Amber Fort, located just outside Jaipur. You can opt for an elephant ride up to the fort.
  • Afternoon: Visit Jaigarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort.
  • Evening: Enjoy a traditional Rajasthani dinner at a local restaurant.
  • Morning: Travel to Jodhpur (about 5-6 hours drive).
  • Afternoon: Check-in at your hotel and have lunch.
  • Evening: Visit the majestic Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada. Explore the local markets in the evening.
  • Morning: Drive to Udaipur (about 4-5 hours).
  • Afternoon: Check-in at your hotel and have lunch.
  • Evening: Explore the City Palace and enjoy a boat ride on Lake Pichola, visiting Jag Mandir.
  • Morning: Visit Saheliyon ki Bari and the Folk Art Museum.
  • Afternoon: Explore the beautiful Jagdish Temple and take a stroll through the local markets.
  • Evening: Enjoy a cultural show or a sunset view at Ambrai Ghat.
  • Morning: Travel to Pushkar (about 5-6 hours).
  • Afternoon: Check-in at your hotel and have lunch.
  • Evening: Visit the sacred Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, and explore the vibrant streets filled with shops and cafes.
  • Morning: Drive back to Delhi (about 7-8 hours).
  • Afternoon: Arrive in Delhi and spend some time shopping or exploring local attractions if time permits.
  • Evening: Departure from Delhi.

Tour Information

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Rajasthan, the vibrant "Land of Kings," beckons travelers with a kaleidoscope of experiences, making it an ideal destination for a 7-day adventure from Delhi. Here's why this itinerary captures the essence of Rajasthan and offers an unforgettable journey:

Immerse yourself in history and grandeur: Explore majestic forts like Amber Fort in Jaipur and Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, remnants of a glorious past. Wander through opulent palaces like Jaipur's City Palace, showcasing the architectural brilliance and opulent lifestyles of Rajput royalty. Delhi, your starting point, boasts historical gems like Red Fort and Jama Masjid, offering a glimpse into India's rich Mughal heritage.

Experience a vibrant culture: Rajasthan is a tapestry of colors, traditions, and artistry. Wander through bustling bazaars overflowing with colorful textiles, handcrafted souvenirs, and local delicacies. Witness captivating cultural performances showcasing the diverse dance forms of India. Optional experiences like a traditional Rajasthani cooking class allow you to delve deeper into the region's culinary heritage.

A feast for the senses: Rajasthan is a visual treat. Be mesmerized by the "Pink City" of Jaipur and the "Blue City" of Jodhpur, where rows of brightly colored houses create a breathtaking spectacle. Embark on a thrilling camel ride through the golden sands of the Thar Desert near Jaisalmer, experiencing the vastness and beauty of the desert landscape. In the evenings, witness the ethereal beauty of illuminated forts and monuments, creating a magical ambiance.

A manageable timeframe: A 7-day itinerary allows you to explore the highlights of Rajasthan without feeling rushed. It offers enough time to delve into the history, culture, and beauty of each destination while ensuring comfortable travel between locations. This timeframe is perfect for first-time visitors or those seeking a taster of Rajasthan's magic before continuing their Indian exploration.

Convenient starting point: Delhi, with its international airport and excellent connectivity, serves as a convenient gateway to Rajasthan. This allows for easy arrival and departure, minimizing travel time within India. Additionally, Delhi itself offers a treasure trove of historical sites and cultural experiences, providing a well-rounded introduction to India before venturing into Rajasthan.

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Our FAQ's

Four Wheel Drive India caters to all travel styles!  Solo travelers can enjoy the security and camaraderie of a small group tour.  Families can opt for child-friendly activities like elephant rides or puppet shows.  We'll customize the pace and experiences to suit your needs.

Four Wheel Drive India offers flexibility!  Consider including Ranthambore National Park for a wildlife safari, spotting tigers in their natural habitat.  Udaipur, the "City of Lakes," offers a romantic setting with palaces, boat rides, and serene beauty.  Pushkar, a holy town, is known for its camel fair and Brahma Temple.  Let us know your interests, and we'll curate the perfect itinerary.

Four Wheel Drive India goes beyond the usual!  Attend a traditional Rajasthani wedding (with prior permission), a vibrant and colorful celebration.  Learn turban tying, a unique art form showcasing cultural identity.  Enjoy a private cooking demonstration with a local family, learning the secrets of regional cuisine.  We'll create immersive experiences that connect you with Rajasthan's vibrant culture.

Four Wheel Drive India prioritizes your needs!  Inform us of any dietary restrictions in advance, and we'll ensure suitable meals throughout the tour.  If textiles fascinate you, explore weaving workshops in Barmer or shopping sprees in Jaipur's bustling bazaars.  For art enthusiasts, visit Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum in Jaipur or Mehrangarh Fort Museum in Jodhpur.  We tailor experiences to your passions.

Four Wheel Drive India ensures you're prepared!  For summer (April-June), pack light, breathable cotton clothes, a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.  Winters (November-February) can be chilly, so pack layers, including a light jacket or sweater.  Comfortable walking shoes are essential throughout the year.  We'll provide a detailed packing list upon booking.

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