14-days Rajasthan Tour Packages @ ₹ 46,000/per Car with Private Driver
A 14-days Rajasthan Tour Package itinerary can be a great way for foreign tourists to explore the diverse culture, history, and natural beauty of the state. Here is a sample itinerary that covers some of the best places to visit in Rajasthan.
Day 1: Arrival in Delhi
On arrival, your driver will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel.
Overnight Stay in Delhi
Day 2: Delhi City Tour
After breakfast, visit old Delhi, the Red Fort, which served as the residence for Mughal Emperors for nearly 200 years. The surviving structures of the fort are its walls and ramparts, the main gates, the audience halls and the imperial apartments. Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest markets in Delhi. It houses many religious buildings like the Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib, historical mansions, shops and eateries. Paranthe Wali Gali is one of the most famous eating areas in the market.
Jama Masjid a mosque, is a historical place in the central heart of old Delhi just opposite the famous Red Fort. Every person interested in historical places must want to know the history of the Jama Masjid. Rajghat is one without a tomb. It is the site of the burial of our Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. The location is beautifully kept with manicured lawns and red stone paths.
Later proceeded to visit New Delhi. Akshardham Temple, once you enter, I bet you wouldn’t want to leave. It has jaw-dropping architecture, a fascinating fountain show, an informative boat ride, and a vast garden. Later drive to India Gate was structured and designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1921. India gate salutes the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during World War I. T The monument is now a prominent tourist spot in Delhi and a common picnic site for tourists and residents. Humayun’s Tomb was built after the death of Humayun by his senior widow Bega Begum. It is the first garden tomb in the Indian Subcontinent. The tomb stands in the center of a square garden called ‘Charbagh’ with shallow water channels running through it. Several rulers of the Mughal Dynasty lie buried here.
Lotus Temple or the Bahá’í House of Worship is an architectural masterpiece that will make you want to go ‘wow’, but wait, you can’t say that aloud! Well, when inside the temple, you have to maintain silence! Qutab Minar is the 2nd tallest minar in India. At the foot of the tower stands a mosque which is the first mosque built in India. It has a 7m iron pillar in the courtyard with a fascinating saying attached. It is said that if you can encircle it with your hands while standing with your back to it your wish will be fulfilled.
Overnight Stay in Delhi
Day 3: Delhi – Agra (220 km / 3 hr)
After breakfast drive to Agra. On arrival visit Red Fort, an excellent example of Mughal architecture and Itmad-ud-Daullah, built by Empress Noorjehan in memory of her father. At sunset visit Taj Mahal for an unforgettable viewing of this “teardrop on the ocean of time”.
Please note: You can visit Taj at sunset today or next morning at sunrise time as the temperature is relatively cool and avoid to the peak time. Our driver will drive you to Taj always whenever you want.
Overnight Stay in Agra
Day 4: Agra – Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri & Abhaneri Stepwells (250 km / 4 hr)
The morning after leisurely breakfast drive to the Pink City, Jaipur via the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and abandoned after 15 years due to scarcity of water. See the graceful buildings including the Jama Masjid, Tomb of Salim Chisti, Panch Mahal and other Palaces. On the way visit the major attraction of Abhaneri Stepwells (Chand Baori). The massive stepwell built to conserve rainwater is 20 m deep with 13 levels, is considered the deepest and largest stepwell in India. Marvelous carvings on the steps make it to be an excellent piece of architecture.
On arrival in Jaipur visit Birla Temple, originally known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple situated below the Moti Dungri Fort in Jaipur. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi. Afternoon visit Albert Hall Museum also known as Central Museum the oldest museum in Jaipur. Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II was responsible for the construction of this museum in the year 1868, when King Edward the Prince of Wales visited India.
Rambagh Palace was initially a garden house for the wet nurse of Prince Ram Singh. Later in 1887, it was converted into a hunting lodge for the maharajas and their royal guests. Maharja Sawai Man Singh II constructed additional rooms and royal suites and renovated this palace as his principle residence during the 20th century. However, this time it was the Taj Group of Hotels, who converted this exquisite palace into a five-star hotel. Evening explores the colorful and bustling local Rajasthani bazaars of the Pink City like, Baapu Bazaar and Johri Baazar.
Overnight Stay in Jaipur
Day 5: Jaipur City Tour
Morning is the best time to take an elephant ride to Amber Fort, on the outskirts of the city on Aravalli Hills, Amber Palace is a not-to-be-missed place to in Jaipur. The foundation stone of this palace was laid by Raja Man Singh I and was completed by Mirja Raja Jai Singh. The beguiling beauty of the red sandstone and white marble adds to the magnificence.
Nahargarh Fort is the ideal place to visit. Built by Jai Singh II, Nahargarh Fort was originally named Sudarshangarh and was later renamed as Nahargarh or the Abode of Tigers. The then Maharaja of Jaipur constructed this fort in order to tighten the security of the region. It also served as a safety shelter to the British wives during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.
Jal Mahal or the Water Palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake, this palace is also a fusion of Mughal and Rajput styles of architecture. Built in red sandstone, Jal Mahal is a five-storey building, of which four storeys remain underwater when the lake is filled.
Royal Gaitore, the royal cremation ground of the Kachhwaha Rajputs, was chosen as the designated place by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, after he shifted the capital to the city. From 1733, the cremation of every Kachhwaha king was done here.
Spend the afternoon exploring the old city taking in the Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds, built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1798, Hawa Mahal is a five-storey extension in the form of a honeycomb. This unique building has 953 small windows, called jharokas, decorated with intricate lattice work.
City Palace is the most remarkable monument in the list of places to visit in Jaipur. Guarded by huge impounding walls, this palace is a fusion of Rajput and Mughal architecture. Whether with its everlasting architecture or the enchanting decorations.
Jantar Mantar observatory, located in next to the city palace has been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, the ruler of Jaipur was one of the best theorists of ancient India. After achieving the milestones of constructing the planned city Jaipur, as well as several other scientific and architectural epitomes, the Maharaja built five astronomical instruments to study space. These instruments were called Jantar Mantar, which means calculating Instrument.
Overnight Stay in Jaipur
Day 6: Jaipur – Pushkar (140 km / 2 hr)
Pushkar Lake is named for the lotus that fell from the hand of the creator god Brahma, the town boasts the only temple devoted to Brahma in India. Stroll around the lake in the evening and watch the sunset over the picturesque town, check out the markets or visit Brahma temple.
Overnight Stay in Pushkar
Day 7: Pushkar – Udaipur (270 km / 4 hr)
Drive to Udaipur, the city of lakes, the most romantic city in Rajasthan. Popularly known as the Venice of the East. Enroute visit Nagada Temple, found in the 6th century by the Nagaditya famous for this unusual temple that dates back to the 10th century and Eklingi temple which was built in 734 AD the Hindu temple is considered to be one among the best places to visit near Udaipur. The entire building is so amazingly built with more than 100 temples inside.
Evening visit lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar Lake (to the north of Lake Pichola and connected by a canal) are the most popular of Udaipur’s man-made lakes. A boat ride on Lake Pichola gives a whole new perspective to the city, especially the City Palace complex.
Overnight Stay in Udaipur
Day 8: Udaipur City Tour
Udaipur is the most romantic city in Rajasthan. Popularly known as the Venice of the East. The city of Lakes sightseeing take in the City Palace, constructed in the year 1559 by Maharana Udai Mirza Singh. The palace is situated on the banks of Pichola Lake.
Jagdish Temple is a historical monument in the middle of the city. Also, it is a major tourist attarction of the city; originally called as temple of Jagannath Rai but now it is Jagdish temple. Baghore ki Haveli, the 18th century construction was built by Amir Chand Badwa, Chief Minister at the Royal Court of Mewar. The Haveli became the residence of Maharana Shakti Singh of Bagore in the year 1878 and hence the name Bagore Ki Haveli.
Saheliyon ki Bari which means Garden of Maids is a beautiful garden with fountains, marble art and the lush lawns attract the public each time. Monsoon palace known for the views of monsoon clouds is a palatial structure on a hilltop in Udaipur city. From the palace, the panoramic views of the city that includes multiple lakes, other historical structures. Location: It is located 11 KMs away from Udaipur city center.
Overnight in Udaipur
Day 9: Udaipur – Jodhpur (270 km / 4 hr)
En route to Jodhpur, Blue City there is time to visit the exquisitely carved Jain temples of Ranakpur temple created in the 15th Century during the reign of Rana Kumbha. Temple has 29 halls and 1444 pillars all delicately carved enhancing the beauty of the place. This place partly reflects the art and architecture of the Dilwara temples in Mount Abu. Parsavanath and Neminath are the main temples with exquisite architecture and delicate carvings similar to the Khajuraho temples. Rana Kumbha built the magnificent structure of Kumbalgarh Fort in the 15th Century, nestled in the lap of the Aravalli Ranges.
Afternoon visits the hauntingly beautiful Mehrangarh Fort, the Citadel of the Sun and Jaswant Thada lies to the left of the Mehrangarh Fort complex. From here you can look out over the Blue City. A trip to Jodhpur wouldn’t be complete without visiting the bustling Old City. The Old City’s famous landmark, the Clock Tower, stands at the heart of it. Next to it, Sadar Market retains a traditional village bazaar feel. It’s chaotic and colorful and sells almost everything (including handicrafts, spices, saris and fabric).
Overnight in Jodhpur
Day 10: Jodhpur – Khuri Village Safari (300 km / 6 hr)
Drive to Khuri village, where you will experience the heartwarming hospitality of a genuine Rajasthani village. Your host will provide a camel safari. In the evening, there is a Rajasthani folk dance with traditional musicians and a delicious Rajasthani meal.
Overnight in Khuri village
Day 11: Khuri Village – Jaisalmer (50 km / 1 hr)
Drive to Jaisalmer Golden City, where you will check into your hotel. Later visit Jaisalmer Fort, the crowning glory of the Golden City, Patwa Haveli, a five beautifully carved Havelies (Houses) near Mahaveer Bhawan, built by Patva brothers in 1800-1860 A.D and Gadisar lake, this rainwater lake, was once the primary supplier of potable water in the town. Evening visit Vyas Chatris, a group of cenotaphs of Vyas Brahmins on a small hillock near the city, this spot offers a magnificent view of the city, especially at sunset.
Overnight in Jaisalmer
Day 12: Jaisalmer – Bikaner (330 km / 6 hr)
After breakfast drive to the city of Bikaner. The impenetrable Bikaner Fort (Junagarh Fort) is a delight, with many palaces contained within showing exquisite examples of mirror work and inlaid marble, Lalgarh Palace, built in memory of his father by Maharaja Ganga Singh is quite imposing with its overhanging balconies and delicate latticework. Visitors can explore Deshnok Karni Mata Temple outside the city, where believers consider many rats sacred, believed to embody the souls of deceased storytellers and protected by Karni Mata.
Overnight in Bikaner
Day 13: Bikaner – Shekawati Mandawa (200 km / 4 hr)
A four-hour journey through rural Rajasthan will bring you to the famous outdoor Art Gallery of Shekhawati. Shekhawati, particularly Mandawa, is a region renowned for its ornate frescoes and Havelis (traditional mansions). A tour of Mandawa unveils a treasure trove of stunning art and architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries. Visitors can explore lavishly painted havelis displaying intricate murals depicting mythology, history, and daily life. Mandawa Fort, a medieval fortress, offers panoramic views and insight into the region’s history. The tour embraces a cultural journey through its vibrant streets, presenting a glimpse into Rajasthan’s rich heritage and artistic finesse, making it a must-visit destination for art and history enthusiasts.
Overnight in Mandawa
Day 14: Shekawati Mandawa – Delhi (250 km / 4 hr)
Morning after breakfast drive to back to Delhi and transfer to Delhi airport. TOUR ENDS
Kindly note that we can customize Rajasthan Tour Packages to suit your specific interests and preferences. You can add or remove destinations based on the duration of your stay and the places you want to visit. You can also include other destinations like Ranthambore National Park and Mount Abu if you have more time.
To make the most of your time and prevent inconvenience, it’s advisable to book accommodations in advance and arrange for a private car with a driver for the entire trip.