Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour Package

Feel the Essence of Real India

Destinations

Delhi- Mandawa- Bikaner- Jaisalmer- Jodhpur- Udaipur- Pushkar- Jaipur- Agra

15D/14N

Best time to visit- Although this route is accessible all year round but summer is avoided due to scorching hot and humid.

Unique Experiences

Cultural show at ‘Kingdom of Dreams’, havelis, frescoes, forts, temples, palaces, camel breeding farm, elephant ride, boat ride & Mohabbat-E-Taj at Taj Mahal.

To feel the essence of incredible India and embrace it’s cultural & heritage aspects, Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan are the best destinations. These destinations have en-lived many stories and seen the rise & fall of many eras. Thus, Golden Triangle with Rajasthan tour package takes you back into those eras so that you can recall the best of those times.

From old allies of Old Delhi to modern conceptualized New Delhi and from Taj Mahal- the epitome of love to magnificent forts in rustic state Rajasthan, this Golden Triangle with Rajasthan tour perfectly shows you the real India. You will also come to know the cultural India on this tour.

So, let’s go on a tour to know the core of India while enjoying the heritage sites, royal warmth at Rajasthan and the City of Taj- Agra.

Follow The Route

PACKAGE DETAILS

Day 01: Arrival at Delhi

Upon your arrival at Delhi, you will be received by Indecubo Travels’ representative to drive towards the hotel. Check-in to the hotel and spend the rest of hours at leisure.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Delhi.

Day 02: Delhi Sightseeing

jama masjidAfter breakfast, get ready for full day sightseeing of Delhi. The history of capital city of India dates back to 3,000 years. Many cities fell and rose during those centuries; hence, it is the perfect amalgamation of modern and contemporary. You may witness government complexes and medieval palaces beside the modern metropolis.

 

Next in line is the city tour to Old and New Delhi. Red Fort is a monument built in red sandstone. It was built in 17th century and is surrounded by 33 metres high boundary wall. Inside Red Fort, palaces and beautiful gardens will please your eyes and soul.

Opposite to Red Fort, there is Jama Masjid which is made up of white marble and red sandstone. It was completed in 1656 and at a huge cost of one million Rupees. Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India where 20,000 people can offer their prayers at once.

 

Later visit Raj Ghat- the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi. After his assassination in January, 1948, he was cremated on the banks of River Yamuna. Raj Ghat is a simple square platform made of black marble. His last words ‘Hey Ram’ are inscribed here. An eternal flame burns here for 24 hours.

 

Driving through the streets of Delhi, you will reach India gate. India Gate was built to commemorate 70,000 Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives during First World War. On its arch and foundations, 13,516 names of Indian and British soldiers are engraved who fought and died during Afghan War in 1919. Photography halt is scheduled at Rashtrapati Bhawan. It was once the residence of Viceroy but now it is the residence of President of India.

 

In the evening, a theatrical show is organized at ‘Kingdom of Dreams’. It is a unique world inspired by Bollywood and showing the culture, heritage and cuisine of India. After the show at ‘Kingdom of Dreams’, you will enjoy dinner with an Indian family at their home to feel the warmth and welcome by Indians.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Delhi.

 

Note: Theatrical show does not operate on Monday.

 

Red Fort is closed on Monday.

Day 03: Delhi to Mandawa (235 km, Approx 5-6 Hrs drive)

painted havelisAfter breakfast at Mandawa which is a small town in Shekhavati region, check-in to the hotel. Get ready for a visit to intricately painted havelis and frescoes. Afterwards, a guided tour to Mandawa Fort is scheduled. It is an amazing fort and is quite popular for beautiful paintings. The paintings at the fort depict the life of Lord Krishna.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Mandawa.

Day 04: Mandawa to Bikaner (165 km, Approx 4 Hrs drive)

junagarh fortAfter breakfast, get ready for drive towards Bikaner. Upon arrival check-in to the hotel. After some hours of relaxation, a visit to Junagarh Fort is planned. It is a famous fort which was constructed Raja Rai Singh in 1593. It is first-of-its-kind fort that has been encircled with water moat. It is also said that this moat used to be a breeding site for crocodiles. Junagarh Fort is an amazing network of royal havelis with halls, balconies and courtyards, watch towers and armoury. This fort is made up of red sandstone and marble. The 1000 metres long rampart is studded with 37 bastions and two entrances. Anop Mahal, Ganga Niwas and Rang Mahal are popular for its delicate gold leaf painting while Har Mandir (shrine) and Chandra Mahal due to its beautiful paintings on lime plasters. Phool Mahal and Sheesh Mahal are very well known for its mirror work.

 

In the evening, visit camel breeding farm.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Bikaner.

Day 05: Bikaner to Jaisalmer (300 km, Approx 5-6 Hrs drive)

karni mataPost breakfast, check out from the hotel and then drive towards Jaisalmer. Visit Karni Mata Temple in Deshnok. Karni Mata Temple is a famous temple and is an unusual holy shrine. The temple in Deshnok is at a distance of 32 kilometres to the South of Bikaner in Rajasthan. Later, continue driving towards Jaisalmer.

 

Jaisalmer is a giant sandcastle along with a town. It is an emblem of honour in a land of honour in a rustic state. Jaisalmer Fort is a living monument in a long-lost desert. Jaisalmer is fondly known as Golden City and it always exceeds the expectations of travellers who are history buff.

 

Rising from Trikuta Hill, 99 huge bastions hide the huge beautiful havelis. However, the former Raj retainers now run the guesthouses. Like other wonderlands of Hansel and Gretel, this palace is beautifully carved near the golden sandstone.

 

Upon arrival at Jaisalmer, check-in to the hotel. Afterwards, visit Kuldhera. Kuldhera is an abandoned haunted village. Then enjoy a camel ride at golden sand dunes of Sam. Return to hotel for few relaxing hours.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Jaisalmer.

Day 06: Jaisalmer Sightseeing

Jaisalmer FortAfter having breakfast, visit the different tourist attractions in the town that include forts, temples, palaces, Gadsisar Tank and Vyas Chhattries within the fort. It was built between 12th and 15th century.

 

Jaisalmer Fort: Jaisalmer Fort was constructed in 1156 by Rajput ruler Jaisal. It is nestked in Trikuta Hills and is fondly known as Sonar Kila. This spectacular fort is a testimony to many battles. The fort was a saviour for Rajput rulers to protect them from foreign invaders. The special feature of this fort is that around 5000 people still live inside it.

 

From the top of Fort Palace, you can enjoy the golden view of whole Jaisalmer City as it is completely built in yellow sand stones. As the sun radiations touches the city, it reflects as golden city in India.

 

Later visit Patwon Ki Haveli and Nath Ji Mal Ki Haveli. Evening is scheduled for folk music and dance.

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Jaisalmer.

Day 07: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur (300 km, 5-6 Hrs drive)

jodhpurPost breakfast, check out from the hotel and start driving towards Jodhpur. The history of Jodhpur dates back to the reign of Rathore clan. Rao Jodha- chief of Rathore clan is the person who is credited for origin of Jodhpur. Jodhpur was founded in 1459 and it was named after Rao Jodha. Earlier it was known as Marwar.

 

Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel to spend some hours at leisure. Later visit Mehrangarh Fort which is just 5 kilometres distant from Jodhpur town. While Rao Jodha was shifting his capital from Mandore in 1459, Mehrangarh Fort was founded. This fort overlooks the rugged terrain and houses a palace which is beautifully adorned with long carved panels made up of red sandstone. Netx in line is Jaswant Thada. It was built in 1899, in the memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. It imposes the white marble indicating the royal crematorium. The cenotaph houses the portraits of successive rulers.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Jodhpur.

Day 08: Jodhpur to Udaipur (263 km, Approx 6 Hrs drive)

Post breakfast, start driving towards Udaipur. Visit Ranakpur temples on the way. These temples were built during the reign of Rana Kumbha in 15th century. These temples are the architectural splendour and are adorned with 29 halls and 1,444 pillars.  The basement is sprawled over 48,000 square feet. Housing four subsidiary shrines twenty four pillared halls and domes supported by around four hundred columns. Late continue your drive towards Udaipur. Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel. Udaipur is nestled in Girwa Valley amidst Aravali Hills in Southern Rajasthan. Udaipur is a romantic city as it is tucked with serene lakes, gardens, temples and palaces. It is like an oasis in Thar Desert. The old city is traditionally planned city as doorways are adorned with Mewar folk art, windows with stained glass or screens and massive havelis.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Udaipur.

Day 09: Udaipur Sightseeing

udaipurPost breakfast; get ready to visit Nagda and Eklingji. Later proceed for sightseeing tour of Udaipur.

 

Nagda: Nagda is 23 kilometres distant from Udaipur. Earlier, it was the capital of ancient Mewar. Originally, it was known as Naga-hrada. Later it was called Nagda and was founded in 6th century by Nagaditya. Nagaditya characterize Nagda. The most renowned temples in Nagda are ‘Sas-bahu temple’ and ‘Adbudji’ temple.

 

Eklingji: Eklingji is a holy complex in Northern region of Mewar. The Eklingji Temple was built in between Uda- Nath route while the hills cover around it. Here small springs of water captivate the visitors to take a short break. Afterwards, continue drive towards City Palace.

 

City Palace: City Palace is a museum situated within Fateh Prakash Palace complex.  The museum displays a huge range of weapons, artefacts, utensils and more. The museum is one of the major attractions in Udaipur.

 

At the entrance of City Palace, a magnificent exemplary of architecture- Jagdish Temple is located. It is an Indo-Aryan temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. There is an idol of Lord Vishnu as Jagannath in black stone. An image of Garuda made up of brass is located in front of the temple. Also the steps of temple are bordered with elephants. Next in line is Sahelion Ki Bari- a garden. It was built by Maharana Sangram Singh. It is adorned with beautiful flowerbeds, fountains, pools, lawns and trees. This garden shows the lifestyle of royal ladies. Later, visit Fateh Sagar Lake. This lake is located nearby Saheliyon-Ki-Bari. It was built in 1678 by Maharana Fateh Singh. This lake has a popular garden island having boat-shaped cafe in the middle.

 

Next, enjoy boat ride on Lake Pichola. Lake Pichola was named after Pichola village. Maharana Udai Singh enlarged Pichola Lake after he discovered Udaipur City. It is 4 kilometres long and 3 kilometres wide enclosing Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Udaipur.

Day 10: Udaipur to Pushkar (240 km, Approx 5 Hrs drive)

Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and start driving towards Pushkar.

 

Upon arrival at Pushkar, check-in to the hotel.

 

Rest of the day is set at leisure.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Pushkar.

Day 11: Pushkar to Jaipur (150 km, Approx 3 Hrs)

pushkarPost breakfast, check out from the hotel and get ready for the sightseeing of Pushkar. Evidence proves that it existed during fourth century BC. On full moon day of Kartik month, Brahma performed sacrifice at Pushkar Lake. Thus, the place became sacred and is considered as the one-of-its-kind temple in the world. A dip in water of Pushkar Lake and worship at Brahma Temple ensure the salvation. Thus, numerous visitors come to Pushkar on Full moon Day during Kartik month. After visiting Pushkar Lake, drive towards Jaipur.

 

Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. It is fondly called ‘Pink City’ due to the colour of its trademark building that used to be the residence of royal family. At the centre of this state, there stands the City Palace complex which is still the residence for royal family. The courtyards, gardens and museum are part of the royal residence.

 

Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel. After few hours of relaxation, get reayd for evening aarti at Birla Mandir.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Jaipur.

Day 12: Jaipur Sightseeing

jaipurPost breakfast; enjoy an excursion trip to Amber Fort while enjoying the elephant ride. Amber Fort is located in a valley at a distance of 11 kilometres to the North of Jaipur. It is nestled in Aravali Hills. Earlier, it was the capital of Kachhawaha Rajputs until 1037. Take a photography halt en-route at Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal). It is a 5 storey building with 953 windows dating back to 18th century. The Palace of Winds was built for royal ladies so that they can see the daily chores performed in the city. Next in line is City Palace. City Palace houses the royal residence and museums of different things such as textiles, costumes, paintings, armoury and manuscripts. Afterwards, visit Jantar Mantar (a royal observatory). Jantar Mantar was built by king astrologer Jai Singh II. He was fond of astrology instruments so he had an immense collection. It is said that the instruments inside Jantar Mantar are still in working condition. Evening is set for a movie at Raj Mandir.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Jaipur.

Day 13: Jaipur to Agra (240 km, Approx 6 Hrs drive)

Taj MahalPost breakfast, check out from the hotel and start driving towards Agra while visiting Fatehpur Sikri en-route. Fatehpur Sikri is a deserted red sandstone city. It was built by Emperor Akbar as his capital but it was abandoned later due to shortage of water. Upon arrival at Agra, check-in to the hotel. After few hours of relaxation, visit Taj Mahal- an epitome of love. It is made up of white marble on the bank of Yamuna River. It is a magnificent monument and is one of Seven Wonders of the World. Emperor Shah Jahan expressed his eternal love for his wife Mumtaz by building this beautiful monument. It took around 22 years for the completion of Taj Mahal. Next in line is Agra Fort. Agra Fort was built in 1565 AD by Emperor Akbar. It is a masterpiece of architecture and design. Housing other buildings such as Moti Masjid, Diwan-I-Am, Diwan-I-Khas, Musamman Burj, Khas Mahal and Sheesh Mahal, Agra Fort is an exquisite building complex.

 

In the evening, enjoy Mohabbat-E-Taj show in Agra.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Agra.

Day 14: Agra to Delhi (240 km, Approx 6 Hrs drive)

Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and start driving towards Delhi. Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel. Rest of the day is set at leisure.

 

Overnight stay would be at a hotel in Delhi.

Day 15: Depart from Delhi

Post breakfast, check out from the hotel. You will be transferred to airport to board your flight to next destination.

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