Heritage India - Rajasthan, Varanasi And Khajuraho

INDIA Trotter presents Rajasthan holidays with Varanasi tourism. Visit Rajasthan with Jaipur, Udaipur, Khajuraho temple, Varanasi temple in an exclusive car. Visit the Taj Mahal in Agra, the forts in Rajasthan, the temples of Khajuraho & the Varanasi temple. Call us to plan your Rajasthan holidays with Varanasi tourism.

What's Included?

• 3 Star Hotel Accommodation.
• Multilingual Guide.
• Exclusive Car.

Duration

15 days

Destination Covered

Varanasi, Sarnath, Khajuraho, Agra, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Mandawa and Delhi NCR

Best Suited

All, Budget, Families, Groups, Luxury
DAY 1 : Delhi To Varanasi
- Arrival at Varanasi airport. You will get a warm welcome from our official at
the Airport.Proceed towards Varanasi and out up in a hotel.

DAY 2 : Varanasi To Sarnath- Local
- After Breakfast,visit the Buddhist monuments and edifices covering
Dhamek Stupa, Chaukhandi Stupa, Sarnath Museum and Mulagandha
Kuti Vihar…
- Leave Sarnath around 2:30/3 PM, Arrive Varanasi in an hour.
- In the evening, witness the major attraction of Varanasi – The grand Aarti
ceremony performed by several priests on the banks of River Ganges.
You will get to hear the majestic blended sound of Sanskrit mantras,
drums, bells and cymbals.
- Stay overnight at Hotel.

DAY 3: Varanasi To Khajuraho
- Leave Varanasi in the evening to reach Khajuraho(410Km/9 Hrs)

DAY 4 : Khajuraho Sightseeing.
- Reach Khajuraho by morning and refresh at the hotel.
- Visit Kandariya temple built in the shape of cave resembling
Himalayas,is a true masterpiece of artistic structure.
- Proceed to Lakshmana temple built by Yashovarman of Chandela
Dynasty.
- Leave to Chaturbhuj Temple. The temple consists of a sanctum without
ambulatory, vestibule,mandapa and an entrance porch.Experience the
wonderful piece of sculpture.
- Visit Western Group of temples which is a complex of 11th century
temples built during the Chandela Dynasty.
- Leave to see Eastern Group of Temples like Brahma, Vamana and
Hanuman Temple. Take about 1-2 hrs to see these temples.
- After lunch, do some local shopping in Khajuraho. Local handicrafts,
books and nice restaurants will make your other half of the day.
- Evening leave for light and sound show and know about the history of
temples which are to be visited next day.

DAY 5 : Khajuraho To Agra
- Drive through rural India

DAY 6 : Agra To Jaipur
-After breakfast you can visit the Taj Mahal, the epitome of love. Crowd is
less in the morning and you can enjoy the serenity of the tomb.
- Start to Jaipur around 12PM and visit Fatehpur Sikri on the way.Reach
by evening.
- Visit the Amber Fort (Amer): A 16th century magnificent fort built by the
trusted general of Akbar, Maan Singh.
- You can watch the enthralling 50-minute Light and Sound Show after
sunset.
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- Proceed to Chokhi Dhani, an artificial rural India village. Enjoy the
elephant and camel rides, pottery and have dinner at that place.
- Overnight stay at hotel.

DAY 7 : Jaipur Palaces
- In the morning experience the famous Elephantastic experience, where
you can ride and have fun with the elephants in a farm.
- Visit the Hawa Mahal: An extraordinary pink-painted delicately
honeycombed hive that rises a dizzying five storeys
- City Palace of Jaipur: Built by Raja Man Singh
- Jal Mahal: A palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in
Jaipur​.Experience the beauty of Mahal reflection in water.
- Overnight stay in hotel.

DAY 8 : Jaipur To Udaipur
On this day, you can visit the following places :
- Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors)
- Amer Fort :This pavilion in Amber Fort was built for use by the imperial
family and is famous for intricate mirror work.
- Jantar Mantar: It features the world’s biggest stone sundial “Smarat
Yantra”, and is UNESCO World heritage site.
- After lunch, proceed to Udaipur. (400KM/7 Hrs)
- Reach Udaipur and stay overnight at hotel.

DAY 9 : Udaipur Local
- Start your day with the Vintage Collection of Classic Cars Museum. This
museum owned by Rana Sriji Arvind Singh Mewar has some of the rarest
classic and vintage car collection.
- Visit the Lake Fatehsagar. This beautiful lake is named after Maharana
Fateh Singh of Udaipur and Mewar.
- Drive towards the City Palace of Udaipur: Built over a period of nearly
400 years, with contributions from several rulers of the Mewar dynasty.
- Visit the Crystal Gallery inside the palace: This MUST SEE museum has
been hailed as probably the single largest private collection of crystal
anywhere in the world and much more.
-There are a couple of great restaurants in the City Palace, who serve a
variety of mouth-watering cuisines including Continental and Indian
dishes.
- In the evening proceed towards the 18th-century Bagore Ki Haveli
Museum to watch the cultural dance program, something very unique to
this place.
- Stay at a 3 star accommodation in Udaipur.

DAY 10 : Udaipur To Jodhpur
- Take the boat ride on the famous Pichola Lake, nestled at the foot of the
Aravalli Hills.
- Have lunch and get ready for a drive to Jodhpur. Reach Jodhpur by
evening. Check in at the hotel and take a stroll near Clock Tower or
Ghanta Ghar which is a popular landmark in Jodhpur.
Beside the tower, there is the Sadar Market, where you can shop local
goods.
- Stay overnight at hotel in Jodhpur.

DAY 11 : Jodhpur To Bikaner
- Morning,visit the grand 15th century Mehrangarh Fort, spread across
5km
- Watch the birds fly above and the local musicians play flute, sarengi and
other instruments inside the fort
- After that visit the Jaswant Thada, a cenotaph built by Maharaja Sardar
Singh of Jodhpur State in 1899 in memory of his father.
- Visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum: A marvel built by Maharaja
Umaid Singh of Rathore Dynasty.
- Spend the evening by visiting the markets of Jodhpur.
- After dinner, start to Bikaner.
- Overnight Journey.

DAY 12 : Desert Camping At Bikaner
- Upon reaching Bikaner, visit the magnificent construction of the fort with
art carving and wall art.
- After lunch, visit National Research centre on camel and know about
different breeds and behaviour of camel. Do visit camel milk parlor as
many camel milk products are available.
- Proceed to the stay at desert camp

DAY 13 : Bikaner Mandawa
- After breakfast, visit the Prachina museum that traces Bikaner’s cultural
history with exhibits ranging from art to royal fashions and armor.
- After that you can visit Bhandasar, the 15th century temple known for
ornate architecture, stone carvings and wall paintings.
- Start for Mandawa before evening ,Overnight stay at Mandawa.

DAY 14 : Mandawa - Delhi
- Enjoy the rustic countryside as you drive to Delhi from Mandawa

DAY 15 : Delhi Local
Pickup from Aiport/Railway station. Check-in at the hotel and refresh.
- Explore the sites of Rajpath. Rashtrapati Bhavan structure is built over
330 acres which is the official residence of First Citizen of India- the
President.
- Proceed to visit India Gate, which is the 42-metre-high monument
erected as a memorial in honour of the Indian and British soldiers
martyred at the North-West Frontier during World War I and Afghan Wars
in 1919.
- Visit Jantar Mantar,which is one of the five astronomical observatories in
India built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur.
- Visit popular Birla Mandir/ Laxmi Narayan temple built by the Birla family.
- Start to Qutub Minar after breakfast at hotel.It is the highest tower in India
and is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Visit Connaught Place to do some shopping. Have lunch at one of the
finest restaurants there.
- Visit Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India and one of the last
monuments built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.
- Next,visit the spectacular Mughal Architecture in Delhi- The Red Fort.
Explore the fort completely and attend the “Sound and Light Show” held
every evening here.
• 50% cancellation allowed until 10 days prior to the commencement of the journey (day of journey excluded).
• No refund if canceled within 10 days of the commencement of the journey (day of journey excluded).

* Airfare * Any Private Expenses * Entry Fees are not included
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