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South East Rajasthan - a path less explored

Higher in elevation (100 to 350 meters above sea leavel) and more fertile, the south eastern part of Rajasthan lies in the hilly zone of Mewar. Historic places on this route are Bundi, Kota & Chittaurgarh and are dated back to several centuries. Ancient caves, Paintings, Formidable forts and the mighty Chambal River racing from the Vindhyas are dotted in this region

This Rajasthan tour will take you on these less explored destinations of Rajasthan away from the state’s large cities.

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Duration of this Rajasthan India Travel Package:

12 Days - 11 Nights

Tourist attraction in Rajasthan:

Delhi (1N), Ranthambore (2N), Bundi (2N), Bhainsrorgarh (2N), Chittorgarh (1N), Deogarh (2N), Udaipur (1N)

Ideal for/to:

  • Those who’d like to explore Rajasthan in-depth

Highlights: Chandni Chowk, Qutab Minar , Humayun Tomb, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) Jaipur, Amber Fort Jaipur, Deogarh Palace, Bhainsrorgarh Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Lake Palace Udaipur

Inclusions:

Accommodation for 11 nights as per the meal plan mentioned
Airport & Hotel transfers
Private air-conditioned car with driver for entire journey
Sightseeing tours, Entrance fee to monuments as mentioned in the itinerary
English speaking tour guide in Bundi Kota and Chittorgarh

Your Rajasthan Holiday can be extended in number of ways and customized based on your interests and requirements.

Visit to Rajasthan Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Delhi
On arrival at New Delhi Airport you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel in Delhi for check-in.
DELHI: The capital city of India, and said to be one of the oldest existing cities in the world consists of two parts - NEW DELHI, the city created in 1911 as the imperial capital of India by the British and the OLD DELHI, the Muslim capital of India between the 17th and 19th centuries.
Delhi Hotels: The Claridges (Deluxe) |Country Inn Saket (Superior) |Hotel Palace Heights (Standard)

Day 02: Board train Delhi to Ranthambore (5.5hrs journey)
Early morning pick up from hotel and transfer to Delhi Railway Station to board a train bound to Sawai Madhopur (Train Timings: DEP: 0740 ARR: 1301). On arrival, you will be picked up from the Station and transferred for check-in to your resort in Ranthambore.
The Ranthambhor Wildlife Sanctuary is beautiful and is home to many other animals like Deer (Sambhar, Chital & Nilgai), Languor, Elephants, Crocs and the black Sloth Bear - another elusive creature. There are also a variety of trees, plants, birds and reptiles in the Ranthambhore National Park.
Afternoon, walk up the Ranthambore Fort on top of a hill that overlooks the entire park; explore its ruined interiors and magnificent views of the park
Ranthambore Hotel/Resort: Taj Sawai Madhopur Lodge (Deluxe) | Khem Vilas (Superior) | Ranthambore Vatika Resort (Standard)

Day 03: Tiger Safari at Ranthambore Park
Ranthambore Forests that used to be the hunting grounds of Maharaja’s of Jaipur in the early 20th century was declared as a Tiger Reserve in 1973 at the launch of Project Tiger in India. This has allowed preservation of the precious Tigers across Nationals Parks in India. Enjoy the morning and afternoon games drives into the park.

Day 04: Drive from Ranthambore to Bundi (Distance 140kms & 3hrs. Journey)
Check-out from Ranthambore and drive to Bundi by-road. Afternoon free to explore the town of Bundi through the cobbled streets decorated with life-size frescoes. Visit some splendid temples & havelis en-route. Overnight at Hotel in Bundi India

Day 05: Bundi Sightseeing
Go on a guided tour in Bundi. Start with a visit to The Bundi Palace, a magnificent construction that has now been converted to a museum lavishly decorated with Bundi murals and frescoes. Just outside the city boundary, make a visit to ‘Rani Ji Ki Baori’, a step well that has high arched gates ornate with excellent carvings on its pillars. After lunch, drive around the Sukh Sagar Lake to reach Kshar Bagh, a well maintained garden that has cenotaphs of the royal family of Bundi, an architectural delight to be seen.

Day 06: Drive from Bundi to Bhainsrorgarh via Kota (Distance 110kms. & 3hrs. journey)
After an early breakfast, drive from Bundi to Kota. Tourist Places in Kota to visit are The City Palace and Fort. Visit the museum housed in this historic Kota Palace that contains fine wall paintings, royal ceremonial dresses, and arms & ammos used by royal army. After completing the Kota Tourism visit continue your drive to Bhainsrorgarh Fort. On arrival transfer by boat to the Fort

Day 07: Explore Bhainsrorgarh
Enjoy your breakfast on the rooftop pagodas that provide stunning views of the Chambhal River. Your lunch will be served on a picnic to an island in Chambhal River where you could cite a ‘Gharial’ (Gavialis Gangeticus - a highly endangered species of a crocodile). Late afternoon, drive down to Baroli Temples, to explore its architectural brilliance, which was built in the 09th century by Hun rulers.

Day 08: Drive from Bhainsrorgarh to Chittorgarh (Distance 140kms. & 3hrs. journey)
Today drive to Chittorgarh and enroute visit the 11th century Menal Temple; the temple is marked by huge gateways and has carvings of gods and goddesses and some erotic art. On arrival check-in to a 15 century fort and Hotel; the fort has been carefully restored to maintain its realism. Some part has been left untouched while the rest has been beautifully renovated and furnished. There is plenty of history to be searched within the fort itself.

Day 09: Chittorgarh Sightseeing and Drive Chittorgarh to Deogarh (Distance 160 kms & 3 hours journey)
Places to see/visit in Chittorgarh Rajasthan: Start by visiting the Chittorgarh Fort, largest fort in India approximately 13kms. long and with many temples and havelis within; it is steeped in history and has tales of the Rajput chivalry. Exploring the fort, its ruins & its many temples will take half a day to go through.
Continue your drive to Deogarh for your stay at a Heritage Hotel- a battle scarred fort with an imposing structure built in the 17th century.

Day 10: Relax at Deogarh Palace
Relax at the hotel during morning hours. Enjoy the delight of staying in this princely fort with a view of the rest of palace and the country-side. Take an audio tour of the palace.
Enjoy a sunset jeep safari into the country-side with an escort. Visit a cave temple of Lord Shiva before stopping by a lake, to enjoy the sunset view along with your refreshments served.

Day 11: Drive Deogarh to Udaipur (Distance 140 kms & 3 hours journey)
After breakfast, drive from Deogarh to Udaipur. On arrival, check-in to your hotel in Udaipur
Udaipur: Most Romantic City of India, City of Lakes, and Venice of the East are some of the synonyms used to describe ‘Udaipur’. Situated in the hilly range of Aravallis, it is in complete contrast to its counterparts of Marwar, in the north-west.
Late afternoon, enjoy a nice tranquil sunset boat-cruise on the beautiful lake placid - Lake Pichola
Udaipur Hotels: Fateh Garh (Deluxe) | Sheraton Udaipur (Superior) | Jaiwana Haveli (Standard)

Day 12: Flight Udaipur to New Delhi
Your Rajasthan Tour Package concludes with a drop to the Udaipur airport for your flight to another destination in India.