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A common feeling which first time travellers in India feel is – ‘Overwhelmed’ Astounded by the colours, the festivals, architecture, sounds and food of the country. The chaos that they experience has an order within it. Like a rollercoaster ride where one has to let go and just enjoy the ride! The diversity of India is a thing to marvel.

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Day 1
Mumbai
  • Arrive in the Maximum city – Mumbai. Recuperate from the jetlag and ready yourself before you’re taken on this beautiful journey. Enjoy the evening with a drive over the Bandra-Worli Sealink which is an engineering marvel. If time permits, visit the St Francis of Assisi Church – a relatively less known quaint church with a gorgeous altar. Later watch the sun go down at the Worli Seaface.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 2
Jodhpur
  • From the Maximum City, we proceed towards The Blue City of India – Jodhpur! This city was the capital of the kingdom of Marwar. Mehrangarh is one of the largest forts in India and you can see the grandeur it exudes. There are many palaces inside this fort as every ruler of Jodhpur has contributed to this 15th century wonder.
    Next on our list is Jaswant Thada – the cenotaph of the Royal family of Marwar – till date. This structure is created with very thin sheets of marble hence when the sun shines on it, a golden warm glow radiates from it. There is a memorial for a peacock who flew in a funeral pyre.
    Umaid Bhawan Palace – one of world’s largest private residences of the descendants of Maharajah of Jodhpur who still reside here. This huge home was created to give employment during a famine by the erstwhile ruler of Jodhpur Maharaja Umaid Singh. One can see this mammoth building from almost every part of Jodhpur. Evening we spend bargaining for colourful bangles and scarves in the Sardar Market.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 3
Jodhpur
  • We head to Bishnoi Village Safari to learn how the tribal villages of India survive and thrive. It is the organization started by Rajas and Maharajas of Jodhpur to show that Indian and foreign guest a glimpse of rich cultural life around the state of Marwar –
    The Real Rajasthan. The Bishnoi community inhabits the village. The villagers are staunch worshippers of nature in all its forms, especially the sanctity of plant and animal life. They even pray to the green trees and animals that inhabit their land. In this world of exploitation everywhere, they make every effort to conserve the environment. Another fact about the Bishnoi tribals is that they worship Lord Vishnu and are vegetarians.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 4
Osian
  • Enter the Thar Desert to fulfil your sandy dreams of riding a camel in the sand dunes! As you enter Osian – an oasis in the harsh and unforgiving desert of Thar – The Great Indian Desert. Once you enter this arid, monotonously bleached region of Rajasthan you understand why the cities, people and legends of Rajasthan are so colourful. Listen to the folksongs telling the tales of valour and sacrifice of the Rajput warriors as you sit around a bonfire in the desert. The traditional dance of Ghoomar where veiled women dance and pirouette in a circle is hypnotising.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 5
Bikaner
  • Visit the famous ‘Temple of Rats’ Karnimata mandir. Here rats are worshipped as they are believed to be sons of Karnimata, who lost her own son and hence Yama – the God of Death reincarnated her son as a rat.
    Won’t you love dressing up as a Rajasthani with colourful turbans and flowy ghagras? Have a traditional Marwari lunch at a Haveli Hotel and you will be rid of any travel fatigue you might have!
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 6
Bikaner
  • The impregnable bastion – Junagarh was constructed by Raja Rai Singh one of Emperor Akbar’s most distinguished generals. The fort which was never conquered houses some magnificent palaces constructed in red sandstone and marble. Visitors can feast their eyes on an attractive assortment of courtyards, balconies, kiosks and windows.
    The Camel research and breeding centre is the only one of its kind in Asia. The centre is spread out over 2000 acres of semi-arid land and is managed by the Government of India. As the sun sets on Bikaner, the cenotaphs in Devi Kund Sagar are lit up for your eyes only.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 7
Jaipur
  • Fondly known as the ‘Pink city’ Jaipur is the first planned city in India. The story goes that in 1876, the Prince of Wales visited India on a tour. Since the colour pink was symbolic of hospitality, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted the entire city pink. The pink that colours the city makes for a marvellous spectacle to behold. We take you to sample the Jaipuri cuisine of Gujiya – a sweet pastry filled with fruit, nuts and dried milk or the Pyaaz ki Kachori – a deep fried savoury item of onions and chillies.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 8
Jaipur
  • The Pink City of Jaipur looks like a carpet when you rise above the metropolis in a hot air balloon in the morning. The best way to explore the narrow lanes of Jaipur is in a ‘Rickshaw’ a three wheeled tuk-tuk. We visit the Hawa Mahal literally the Palace of Winds was built using pink sandstone by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh and is the most recognizable monument of Jaipur. This unique five-storey structure with small latticed windows is a blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture. Originally designed for the royal ladies to watch and enjoy the processions and other activities on the street below without being seen by commoners.
    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jantar Mantar is considered to be the largest of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. Ride on an elephant like a Maharajah in Amer fort!
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 9
Jaipur
  • We take you cycling along the Nahargarh fort – which stands on the cliff of the Aravalli Hills forming the defensive ring of the city.
    The bustling bazaars of Jaipur, famous for Rajasthan jewellery, fabric and shoes, possess a timeless quality and are a treasure-trove for you to shop to your heart’s content!
    Dinner is at Chokhi Dhani to explore the Rajsthani culture and cuisine.
    Dinner is at Chokhi Dhani to explore the Rajsthani culture and cuisine.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 10
Delhi
  • Leaving early morning, arrive at Fatehpur Sikri – the planned city of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. It was the capital of the Mughals for 13 years to honour the Sufi Saint, Sheikh Salim Chishti, who resided here. Later it had to be abandoned due to water shortage making it a ghost city.
    We proceed towards one of the wonders of the world – Taj Mahal of Agra! Ravindranath Tagore, the Nobel Prize winner has aptly called it as the ‘Teardrop on the cheek of Time’ Mainly because of the beautiful tragedy that surrounds the monument. Emperor Shah Jahan built this mausoleum for his beloved wife – Mumtaz Mahal ‘The Exalted one of the Palace’ who passed away during her 14th child delivery. This building is how he professed his undying love for her and was later entombed besides his beloved.
    Reach Delhi late in the night.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 11
Delhi
  • It’s a place that not only touches your pulse but it will fasten it to a frenetic speed. With a history that goes back many centuries and empires, Delhi showcases an ancient culture and a rapidly modernising country. You will lose yourself in the labyrinth of narrow lanes, old havelis and colourful bazaars of Old Delhi to the best features of a modern city such as a metro system, gleaming malls, bustling markets and fabulous eating places; the past and the present mix seamlessly together in Delhi.
    India Gate – the ode for the fallen Indian soldier where the Amar Jawan Jyoti – eternal flame burns day and night under the arch to remind the nation of soldiers who laid down their lives. Red fort – the fort built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his new capital ‘Shahjahanabad’ Named so due to the red sandstone used to construct this massive structure is from where the Prime Minister of India addresses fellow Indians on the Independence Day. Qutub Minar - The earliest specimen of the Muslim architecture. You might give your neck a crick seeing the 72m tower of Victory soar towards the skies! The Akshardham Temple with the beautiful water show is our next stop. Night food trail tasting hot and sweet Jalebis with Rabdi and savoury stuffed parathas with chutneys in Chandi chowk and Parathon wali galli.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 11
Delhi
  • It’s a place that not only touches your pulse but it will fasten it to a frenetic speed. With a history that goes back many centuries and empires, Delhi showcases an ancient culture and a rapidly modernising country. You will lose yourself in the labyrinth of narrow lanes, old havelis and colourful bazaars of Old Delhi to the best features of a modern city such as a metro system, gleaming malls, bustling markets and fabulous eating places; the past and the present mix seamlessly together in Delhi.
    India Gate – the ode for the fallen Indian soldier where the Amar Jawan Jyoti – eternal flame burns day and night under the arch to remind the nation of soldiers who laid down their lives. Red fort – the fort built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his new capital ‘Shahjahanabad’ Named so due to the red sandstone used to construct this massive structure is from where the Prime Minister of India addresses fellow Indians on the Independence Day. Qutub Minar - The earliest specimen of the Muslim architecture. You might give your neck a crick seeing the 72m tower of Victory soar towards the skies! The Akshardham Temple with the beautiful water show is our next stop. Night food trail tasting hot and sweet Jalebis with Rabdi and savoury stuffed parathas with chutneys in Chandi chowk and Parathon wali galli.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 12
Departure
  • We take you to local markets like Sarojini Nagar for you to get heavy bargains on clothes, jewellery, etc. And with sweet goodbyes, you are transferred to the Delhi Airport.
Breakfast - Dinner
Destinations you will visit
Mumbai - India
Day 1
Jodhpur - India
Day 2
Jodhpur - India
Day 3
Osian - India
Day 4
Bikaner - India
Day 5
Bikaner - India
Day 6
Jaipur - India
Day 7
Jaipur - India
Day 8
Jaipur - India
Day 9
Delhi - India
Day 10
Delhi - India
Day 11
Delhi - India
Day 12
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