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Rajasthan, India’s “Land of Kings,” beckons adventure enthusiasts with varied array of thrilling experiences. From camel safaris and comfort camping or staying in a hut made of mud in the mesmerizing Thar Desert to hot air ballooning over ancient forts, to encountering majestic tigers on wildlife safaris, Rajasthan offers a medley of adventures. This Rajasthan’s adventure tour and activities promise an unforgettable journey through this culturally rich and visually striking region.

Tour Overview

  • Duration:          17 Days
  • Starts:                Delhi
  • Ends:                  Delhi
  • Tour Guide:       Yes, English speaking local guides available at all places
  • Group Size:        Min 2 - Max 20
  • Minimum Age: 12 Years Accompanied By An Adult
  • Hotel Ratings:   Good 3 Star Hotels
  • Country:              India
  • Meals Included: 16 Breakfasts, 4 Dinners & 3 Lunches
  • Theme:                Explorer & Cultural
Prices & Dates
All departure dates are guaranteed to operate when there are 2 persons booked on the tour. 'Twin Share' prices are per person when there are 2 people sharing a room. 'Single Room' prices are applicable to solo travelers or anyone wanting the privacy of a single room.
Please note:
To confirm your position on this trip we require your full name and date of birth at time of booking, to be able to secure tickets for included train tickets

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Arrive at Delhi Airport and you shall be transferred to your hotel for overnight stay.

No Meals for the day

After breakfast take sightseeing tour of historic city visiting Old Delhi visiting the majestic Red Fort, a marvel in red sandstone, Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India, both built by emperor Shah Jahan of Taj Mahal fame,

Later sightseeing continues to visit New Delhi include Rashtrapati Bhawan, one-time imperial residence of the British viceroys; the India Gate, a memorial raised in honour of the Indian soldiers martyred during the Afghan war; Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, built by Qutub-ud-din Aibek of the Slave Dynasty;

In time you shall be transferred to Delhi railway station to board your overnight train journey for Jodhpur.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Overnight train journey with basic beds.

Arrive at Jodhpur railway station which is stated as the Sun City or Blue City. Jodhpur is the second largest city of the most colorful state Rajasthan after Jaipur. The destination reflects the artifacts of Rajputs era in a much unique way. All the houses are painted in blue that reveals the history and makes it legend in the state.
Here visit the majestic Meharangarh fort, the fort of the Rathore princes from 1453 AD. We see the exceptional collection of paintings and arms and ammunitions. The view of the city from the bastion walls is breath taking. Going down from the fort visit Jaswant Thada the royal family cremation place. Post lunch move downtown to the fabulous spice market near Clock Tower.
Overnight at hotel in Jodhpur

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Today after lunch you will start from Jodhpur in afternoon time around 2:00pm. Arrival at Osian 3:15 pm meeting and visit Jain temple on arrival and then you will have short cross-country drive.
Later start your desert walking adventure of 60 - 90minutes walking experience through the bush and small farms , stopping at a local family home for a tea break. Learn about local ways of life, traditions and farming practices in the desert. After that have some more walk further to a field to reach a mud house or in Rajasthani local language known as Dhani just in time for sunset view.
Enjoy your quiet time and sunset sky colours on the patio outside the Jhumpa home (traditional thatched huts).
Later in the evening a campfire and freshly home cooked dinner is served at the family hut or in a small dining area, overnight in the cosy Jhumpa huts. Or for more memorable experience you can sleep under the stars on Patio open to the sky (just in front of huts).

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Desert Homestay

Wake-up by call of the birds and nature sounds, sunrise tea watching friendly bulbul and other birds right next to your tea table.
Breakfast will be served around 08:30am. Post breakfast we will be going on a morning desert nature walk, learning about local plants, desert trees, birds and may get to spot some wild animals such as Chinkara, blue bull and desert fox. Return to back to your Dhani around 10:30am, and depart for your next destination as Udaipur.

On the way to Udaipur visit Ranakpur Jain Temples - a very big pilgrimage centre for the Jains, admire the workmanship from the 15th century built out of marble. After that drive up to the Romantic City of Lakes - Udaipur, Its kaleidoscope of fairy-tale palaces, lakes, temples, gardens an narrow lanes strewn with stalls, carry the flavour of heroic past, epitomising valour and chivalry. Overnight at hotel in Udaipur.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Today visit Jagdish Mandir which is a Hindu temple just outside the royal palace of Udaipur.
Later visit City Palace of Udaipur which is the richest palace museum in entire Rajasthan. After wards if you wish then you can take a boat cruise [On your own] on the placid waters of Lake Pichola and visit the island palace of Jagmandir where according to legends the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan lived and got inspired to build the Taj Mahal later.

Continue your visit to Saheliyon ki Bari where Maharana Sangram Singh build this garden complex with fountains and lakes for his beautiful daughter. In the evening you shall be taken to enjoy a Folk dance show at Bagore Ki Haveli, the haveli lightens and stages enjoyable performance of traditional dances and music of Rajasthan. Overnight at hotel in Udaipur

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

After breakfast drive 110 km to amazing Fort Chitorgarh on UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is situated on a plateau on a 4 sq.km area. It is a marvel of military engineering.
Chittorgarh is the land of brave men and determined women, where the regal women used to jump into fire at the news of failure at war to save themselves from the hand of the arch opponents. Epic saga of courage and blatant insubordination seems to be living in this rocky, desolate land. Spotted on Gambhiri and Berach’s banks, this city has always proudly stood even after so many years of its existence. Also referred as Chittaur by many, this city played a proficient role as the capital of Mewar right from the 7th century till the 16th century. Explore Vijay Stambh, Ranakumbha Palace, Diwan E Aam and Zanana Mahal.
Continue your drive to Bijaipur a marvelous castle built by Rao Shakti Singh, now a heritage hotel. Meet the present Raja, a great horse rider and polo player. Relax in the beautiful environment of the castle. Night stay is in Bijaipur

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

This morning we drive in an open-top jeep out into the countryside past tranquil villages. You might be lucky enough to spot some native wildlife as we drive through the region. Meet some villagers and maybe even get a henna tattoo - a temporary but very traditional souvenir.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Morning checkout and drive to Bundi
Pass through Bundi's narrow streets on an thoughtful walking tour, including wandering through the downtown market, meeting jewellery merchants, street dentists, and fabric dealers. Learn the secret of chai making from a local chai master and try a fresh brew. Stop in at Bundi's intriguing and intricate step wells (baori), an architectural marvel, and once the source of water for the town. Observe the 16th-century Bundi Palace with its famous murals before checking into your hotel for overnight stay.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

After breakfast leave for Pushkar, which is a holy town located about 10 kilometers away from Ajmer. There are about 400 temples and 25 ghats in this small town. Pushkar Lake is the prominent tourist attraction. Here take a walk in the markets of Pushkar blending with the locals in the colourful markets, at the end of market can visit the only Brahma temple of the world. In the evening enjoy the sunset at the Ghats. Overnight at hotel in Pushkar

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Morning checkout and drive to Jaipur Pink City of Jaipur a UNESCO world heritage site. Here visit Albert Hall Museum which is the oldest museum of the state and is the State museum of Rajasthan. The museum has a rich collection of artefacts like paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, colourful crystal works etc.

Later visit Birla Temple which is a great piece of work in solely in white marble. Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple located in Jaipur, India and is one of many Birla mandirs. It was built by the B.M. Birla Foundation in 1988.
In the evening enjoy a movie at Rajmandir [On your own] which is Asia´s Second Best Cinema 2013 a highly recommended place. Opened on 1st June 1976 with the film Charas, Raj Mandir is the best-known cinema constructed in India. Overnight at Hotel in Jaipur

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

In the morning we shall meet you at your hotel and take you for an experience of the morning aarti or prayer chanting at the Govind Devji Temple at the City Palace where crowds chant songs to the deity. Receive the blessings at this 18th century Krishna temple where the deity, worshipped by the erstwhile royal family.
From there, we’ll take you to the wholesale flower market near Hawa Mahal. Here you’ll see turbaned crowds trading sacks of roses and marigold.

There will be a short break of 10- 15 minutes, where we stop at a chaiwalla on Chaura raasta for some cardamom early morning tea in Kullad, which is one of the specialty in Rajasthan
From there, we’ll take you back to your hotel for breakfast at last.

Later get ready for the first stop today is at the astonishing facade of the Hawa Mahal, the ‘Palace of the Winds’, erected as portion of the City Palace and aimed to allow the women of the harem to see the city lower without being seen. Visit the splendid City Palace, now a mesmerizing museum housing some of the treasures of Jaipur’s princely past. The City Palace of the Maharaja of Jaipur which has a fabulous collection of robes, saris in cotton and silk with gold latticed work, paintings, a huge collection of arms in the ammunition gallery,

Later proceed to Amber Fort, which displays a beautiful mix of Mughal and Rajput styles of architecture. Also visit the Jagat Shiromani Temple on the foothills of the Amber Fort. Later stop by Jal Mahal (Water Palace) which was a resting place for the kings in summer time. After lunch visit also visit the Jantar Mantar Observatory built in 1727.

In the evening if you opt then we can arrange a short trip to local street food of Jaipur or explore the local markets with their mind boggling varieties of colours, fragrances and people selling and buying almost everything under the sun like clothes, jewelery, bangles, shoes, utensils, spices and much more. These traditional markets of Jaipur are a big attraction by themselves.

Night stay is in Jaipur

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

After breakfast drive to Ranthambore (180 Kms) On arrival in Ranthambore - check into the hotel. Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary - Rajasthans most renowned wildlife sanctuary, it is 400 sq kms of dry deciduous forest, perfect natural habitat for tigers, and is set in the Aravalli and Vindhya hills, dotted with pavillions and dominated by a hilltop fort.
Ranthambore was one of the hunting preserves of the former rulers of Jaipur and because of this the Maharajas ensured the environment was preserved and the forest and their inhabitants well protected. It has a good population of tiger and their prey species, and has been declared a "Project Tiger" reserve. Wildlife includes blue bull, black buck, spotted deer or cheetal, wild boar, a large variety of bird species and, if very lucky, the rarely seen leopard. Overnight at hotel.

Ranthambhore National Park is closed between 1 July and 30 September each year. On trips departing during this time, you'll visit nearby Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary. Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary is located approx. 16km from Ranthambhore and due to its hilly terrain isn't as affected by the monsoon. Tigers also reside this area and spottings are more favourable at this time of year as they move here away from flooded areas of Ranthambhore.

Today is dedicated to wildlife spotting. Make two game drives into the park on open-roofed Jeeps to enjoy unobstructed views of the animals and birds, the first in early morning before breakfast, and the second in the late afternoon. There are a large variety of animals and birds to be seen and photographed. Night stay is in Ranthambhore

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Drive to Agra On the way visit Fatehpur Sikri. Sikri the Phantom city or abandoned city built by the Mughal emperor Akbar in the second half of the 16th century. Fatehpur Sikri was the first planned city of the Mughals to be marked by magnificent administrative, residential, and religious buildings comprised of palaces, public buildings, mosques, and living areas for the court, the army, the servants of the king.
Continue to drive to Agra and check in at your hotel. After some rest move to see the Agra Fort built by Akbar where Shahjahans own son Aurangzeb imprisoned Shahjahan. The Agra fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Evening is free to explore on your own. Spend your night in Agra.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Today you will see the magnificent 7th Wonder of the World TAJ MAHAL. It is a must see with the rising sun as it is bathed in the golden rays of the morning sun. Built by Shah Jahan, the Taj is a white marble memorial that has the tomb of his beautiful wife Mumtaj Mahal. This monument took 22 years to be completed and was designed and planned by Persian architect Ustad Isa.
Return back to your hotel for breakfast. Later checkout and drive to Delhi. On arrival, check in at your hotel for overnight stay

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Your trip comes to an end after breakfast. If you would like to spend more time in Delhi, we would be happy to book additional accommodation for you (pending availability).

Meals: Breakfast

Tour Inclusions

Tour Highlights

Note: The highlights and sightseeing's may change depending on the departure date you choose.

  • Enjoy excellent regional cuisine in the area's top cities
  • Explore the bustling streets and markets in Old Delhi
  • Take an exhilarating rickshaw ride through Old Delhi
  • Experience homestay in deserts of Rajasthan.
  • Walk in the blue indigo streets of Jodhpur and fall in love with fairytale Mehrangarh Fort.
  • Visit stunning sites of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur left behind by the Mughals and Rajputs.
  • Stop by the romantic pilgrimage town of Pushkar
  • Search for tigers in Ranthambore National Park
  • Spot monkeys, deer, and birds in the Ranthambore National Park
  • With luck, see an elusive tiger (there are more here than anywhere else in India)
  • Agra – Enjoy a visit to Agra Fort and the legendary Taj Mahal, the most extravagant symbol of love ever built
  • Marvel at the fortresses and palaces of the Rajasthani Royals


  • 16 Breakfasts, 4 dinners  & 3 lunches as per tour plan
  • 15 nights in 3 star and heritage hotels
  • 1 Overnight train journey 
  • Guided sightseeing at all places
  • Rickshaw ride in Delhi
  • Camel ride while staying in desert homestay
  • Folk dance show in Udaipur
  • Rickshaw tour in Pink city Jaipur
  • 2 Shared tiger safaris in Ranthamhore with naturalist

What's Not Included

  • Tipping and Gratuities
  • International Travel
  • Any monuments fees as per tour plan
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In the summer months, Rajasthan can get very hot. Be sure to drink lots of water, pack light cotton clothing and use suitable skin guard.

There are numerous early mornings on this trip, as many parts of India really become active in the dawn light.

It can get foggy between December and February, which can put a new twist on the already stunning panorama. Though, it may cause traffic congestion and delays.

Yes! Travel insurance is compulsory on all of our tours and needs to cover personal accident & liability, medical expenses and repatriation, travel delay & abandonment. We also strongly recommend that you take out cover against cancellation and lost/stolen baggage. Personal medical insurance does not normally provide sufficient cover and is generally not suitable for travel on our tours.

Depends on Nationality. For more information of Tourist Visa visit https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/

Yes -But have to pay extra cost. Please send mail to us at india@travelntoursindia.co.uk

Yes – mostly in all the hotels free Wi -Fi is available

60 days prior to departure

About Accommodation

A variety of hotels are exercised in India. These can differ in terms of service, efficiency and cleanliness. In many occasions they might not be like what you are used to back home.

The hotel accommodation on this trip is in air-conditioned rooms. Some areas of India experience daily load shedding. This is where the power may be turned off at certain times of the day and usually occurs for a few hours in the early afternoon. Though a number of hotels have generators there may be times when these won’t work. Most hotel properties have a restaurant or cafe serving local meals. Many restaurants and hotels do not serve alcohol for religious reasons or due to local laws.

During the trip, we request that our properties prepare rooms in time for our arrival, particularly if we're arriving prior to normal check-in time. However, this isn't always possible which means we won't be able to check-in instantly on arrival at some hotels. Instead, we can store our luggage and discover our new destination or on some trips, have use of shared day rooms until all rooms are available.

Showers at some hotels only have hot water at peak times (usually morning and evening). Outside of these times, you may need to speak to reception to obtain hot water.

Generally, Wi Fi is available in most parts of India and at most of the accommodation we use. Sometimes it's free in the room, other times only available in reception or public areas. A general rule of thumb is the more expensive the hotel, the higher charge for Wi Fi access.

If you have any issues with your room, please speak to the hotel or local representative right away rather than your travel agent so that the problem can be addressed without delay.


Main roads in India are regularly very busy with an variety of vehicles from the biggest trucks (who always have right of way) down to bikes (and animals!). Surpassing on blind corners at speed is common as is the total use of the horn as a form of communication. Drivers of our private vehicles are experienced and well trained. If you are uncomfortable with your driver, please always let your travel agent know immediately.


Distances in India do not replicate the driving time and to cover 100km may take much lengthier than you would expect at home, even if much of the route is on a highway.


The best way to see India is at ground level on the railway system. In fact, no visit to India would be complete without the experience of travelling on a train and negotiating the busy railway stations. The chaos in the Indian Railway stations is a replica of the life in India. Indian trains are not merely a conveyance they are an odyssey so sit back relax, be patient and enjoy the show.

tti tours uses a combination of AC 2 tier, AC 3 tier (for overnight journeys) and AC Chair car or second class seats for day journeys.

There are no restaurant or buffet cars on Indian Railways, but on long distance trains a coach attendant will appear at your berth and ask you if you would like to order food. Regular stops are made at stations where food is also obtainable and on some trains many vendors board the train selling chai, cold drinks and crisps and biscuits.

Don't imagine pristine western standards anywhere in India, but you'll find AC2, AC3 and AC Chair class fairly clean by Indian standards, with both western-style and squat toilets usually in a reasonably sanitary condition. Bring your own toilet paper and hand wash soap or liquid.

Indian trains are quite safe to travel on, even for families or women traveling alone, and you are unlikely to have any problems. Having said that, theft of luggage, although rare is not unheard of, so just for peace of mind you may like to take along a chain and padlock to safe your bags (readily available at all Indian railway stations).

IMPORTANT NOTE: If travelling between December to February in Indian Trains

From December to February, delays are more common, especially in the north of the country due to fog. It’s not uncommon for trains to be delayed for up to 12 hours. On occasion, your trip may need to be rerouted to allow for these delays. Your travel agent in conjunction with our local office will advise any changes to the itinerary.


Airlines in India are of excellent quality. Airports are becoming more modern (especially in the major and tourist cities). To enter the airport, you must have a copy of your flight ticket and passport. Schedule changes and delays do occur, especially when weather conditions make visibility poor.


Eating is a big part of traveling. Normally, meals are not included in the trip price when there is a choice of eating opportunities, to give you the maximum elasticity in deciding where, what and with whom to eat. It also gives you more budgeting flexibility, though generally food is cheap. Vegetarians will be able to find a huge range of different foods - India is vegetarian heaven.