Best of Rajasthan with Taj Mahal & Tiger ToursDuration: 19 Days
Destinations Covered: Delhi - Nawalgarh - Bikaner - Jaisalme - Phalodi - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Mt.Abu - Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Kota - Ranthambore - Jaipur - Agra
Day 01: Delhi
Meet our company representative in the airport who will assist you to the hotel for check in. Full Day is for leisure
Day 02: Delhi-Nawalgarh (267 Km)
Have a delightful breakfast. Check out from hotel. Drive to Nawalgarh which falls in the shekhawati region of region of Rajasthan. This is five hours drive from Delhi.
The region draws its frame from the exquisite painted havelis, which has earned it the status of "open air gallery" .As a part of the same region Nawalgarh too has its share of murals and frescoes on havelis ,which form the tourist attractions in Nawalgarh. Nawalgarh is a small locality centering round a fort .Rajput chieftain Nawal singh founded the Nawalgarh Fort in 18th century .The sprawling fort houses a number of havelis with beautiful architecture and some of the finest frescoes in the region.
Reach Nawalgarh and check in at hotel. Then proceed for sight seeing. The important attractions in Nawalgarh are the must see havelis.
Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Aath Haveli and the HodRaj Patodi Haveli: The two forts also constitute the prime Tourist attractions in Nawalgarh .These imposing structures deserve superlative accolades for their grandeur and magnificence. The art gallery of the Roop Niwas which is presently a heritage hotel is also a must visit in Nawalgarh .The beautiful paintings are a treat to the eye. The paintings of Aath haveli depict images of elephants, horses and camels alongside steam locomotives thereby upholding the transition phase. The miniature paintins of the Murarka Haveli illustrating Krishna legends are to be marveled at for their beauty.
Built relatively recently in the year 1931 and yet one of the premier Tourist attractions is the Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli.Its highly embellished silver gateway containing exquisite religious paintings are admirable .The mirror and blue tile work at the khedal Bhawan is embletic of the dexterity of our craftsmen and is sure to impress one and all.
If you are a freak shopper then the market area or the bazaar is extremely colorful and showcases the life of shekhawati region
Enjoy the local cuisine in your dinner. Back to hotel. Overnight stay at the Hotel.
Day 03: Nawalgarh - Bikaner (230Km)
Early Morning have a leisurely breakfast. Check out from hotel. Drive to Bikaner which is a five hours drive from Nawalgarh.
Bikaner: Bikaner is a beautiful city in the north western part of Rajasthan and is the major tourist destination of the state. It was formerly the capital of the princely state of Bikaner .The city was founded by Rao Bika in 1486 and from its small origins it has developed into the fourth largest city in Rajasthan. Just like Jaipur, Bikaner is called the green city.
Check in hotel. Then proceed for sight seeing.
Lal Garh Palace: The major tourist attraction in bikaner and is a beautiful structure in red sandstone built by Maharaja Ganga in the Early 20th century ,Lal Garh Palace is an architectural master piece .
Karni Mata Temple: One of the major tourist attractions in Bikaner.The unique thing about the temple is the thousand of rats that reside there. The rats are considered holy and are worshipped by the devotees. The custom of rat worship at karni mata temple, bikaner can be traced back to a local legend according to which Karni Mata had gone on a long penance to restore life to one of her devotees who died in a snake bite .The Hindu deity of death, Yama, informed her that the person concerned had been reincarnated as a rat .It was then that Karni mata was blessed with a boon that on death all her devotees would be reborn as rats till they were reincarnated as humans in their own clan.
Junagarh Fort: Junagarh Fort was built by raja jai singh one of the most able and trusted of Akbar 1585.Then Fort is surrounded by high walls and deep fort .There was 37 bastions guarding the fort with only two gates as the entrance path to the fort.
Camel Breeding Farm: Camel breeding farm at bikaner, Rajasthan, India employs Raika's or Rebri's local camel breeders have been in the profession of taking care of camels since the ancient times. Watch young camels frolicking and breeding as you tour the camel breeding farm and treat yourself to some nutrious thick camel milk.
Bikaner is also famous for its Bikaner Bhujia, Bikaner offers some of the best spicy snacks and nankeen in India for you to relish. Bikaner is famous for its craftwork and leather items which you must purchase on your Bikaner visit. Have dinner in any of the local restaurant of Bikaner. Bikaner is famous for its food. Back to the hotel .Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 04: Bikaner - Jaisalmer (421Km)
Enjoy a delightful breakfast in the morning. Checkout from hotel .Drive to Jaisalmer which is a five hours drive from Bikaner on the way we will have a visit to khimser which is one of the attraction of Rajasthan.
Jaisalmer: The city is called as the golden city of India .Renowned for its forts havelis sand dunes camel safaris .The city was founded by Rajput King Rawal Jaisal Singh .The city's culture, heritage and history reflects its delicious cuisine, garments and festivals.
While your drive to jaisalmer we will visit khimser famous for its fort which is the main attraction in the town. The wall which has faced many battles still stands tall. As the era was passing by different rulers gave their architectural touch to the fort which resulted in an interesting contrast.
The Zenana or the ladies wing was constructed when the royal family shifted to the fort.
Reach jaisalmer check in at hotel. Refresh yourself.
In the evening enjoy a camel safari in the sand dunes and a jeep safari to the near by village. Watch the folk dance in the desert and side by side enjoy the local delicious cuisine out there.
Back to hotel .Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 05: Jaisalmer
Have a leisurely break fast in the hotel. Move for sight seeing.
Jaislamer Fort: Jaisalmer Fort is a monument which is treat to watch and worth visiting. Though while your visit you will see many of the monuments scattered in the city. The fort is a dominating structure amidst sands .It is generally made of and stone locally known as sonar quila.In main market place our guide will escort you to the narrow lanes where the famous carved havelis like Patwon -Ki-Haveli , Nathmali-Ki-Haveli are situated .The havelis are famous for their rock cuttings and carvings on red and yellow stone
Parasnath Temple: The most beautiful and oldest temple in jaisalmer is the jain teple of parswanath.The walls of this temple has got eye catching carvings and rock cuttings of human and animal figure.
Gadsisar Lake: The lake is one of the major tourist destinations in jaisalmer .Just move towards the outskirts and you will find the famous Gadsisar Lake .It is a water conservation tank made around 1400 A.D by the Maharaja of Jaisalmer .Maharwal Gadsi Singh. You can also get a chance to see some of the migratory birds. So it is advised to have a camera with you.
Evening is for leisure and you are free to any thing. Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 06: Jaisalmer - Phalodi (168 Km)
Have a rajasthani Breakfast. Check out early from hotel. Drive to Phalodi which is a three hours drive from Jaisalmer.
Phalodi: Phalodi was initially called Phalvardhika .It was later renamed as Phalodi .The town is Known as Phalodi After the Phalodi Fort was named at the request of Phala, the widowed daughter of Brahman Sindhu Kalla, who gave a generous contribution in cash to build the fort. The best attraction in phalodi is the fort of phalodi.
Lal Niwas: Lal Niwas was built in 1750 is a carved haveli made of bright red stone and is a luxury heritage hotel.
While having sight seeing in phalodi we will visit Khican.If you are a bird lover then it's a worth place for you which is just a 5 Km from Phalodi Khican is a bird sanctuary for the migratory cranes which travel all the way from western Europe.
Check in at hotel. Refresh yourself.
In the evening move to the local bazaars which are full of bangles, jewelers including Bishnoi-Style necklaces.
Back to the hotel .Over night stay at the hotel
Day 07: Phalodi - Jodhpur (140 Km)
Wake up early in the morning. Have a delicious breakfast. Check out from hotel. Drive to Jodhpur which is a three hours drive from Phalodi.
Jodhpur: Jodhpur which is also known as the Sun City for the bright, sunny weather it enjoys all. It is referred as the blue city due to the blue tinge on the white washed houses .Jodhpur lies near the geographic center of rajasthan state, which makes it a convenient region for the tourists to travel. Check in at hotel. Proceed for sight seeing.
Umaid Bhavan Palace: The Palace was constructed by Maharaja Umaid Singh .The main motive of constructing this palace was to provide occupation to this palace was to provide occupation to his people during long drawn famine in the early 20th century which is a perfect example of modern day architect. Some portion of this grand palace has been converted into a luxurious hotel and a museum.
The Meherangarh Fort: The Meherangarh fort is situated at about four-hundred feet above the city level of jodhpur and is one of the largest forts of India .It is fully enclosed with striking thick walls .The fort contains a number of palaces within its premises .There are seven gates to enter into the fort ,among which are the most famous are jai pol.fateh pol and loha pol.Some of the notable palaces inside the fort are Phool Mahal, Moti Mahal, Sheesh Mahal and Daulat Khana are well known for their sprawling courtyards and fine carvings .
Day 08: Jodhpur
Have a leisurely break fast in the hotel. We will move for an excursion to the near by places of Jodhpur.
Luni Fort: Situated about 35 km from Jodhpur, Luni is a small town, which is mainly reputed for its marvelous citadel called fort chanwa.carved out of red stone which was brought from Jodhpur, the fort chanwa. Carved out of red stone which was brought from Jodhpur, the fort has an array of courtyards, pavilions beautifully sculptured window.The fort looks spectacular at night with its huge gates and protective walls standing out proudly under the sky.
Back to hotel. Evening is for leisure .Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 09: Jodhpur - Ranakpur (180 Km)
Have breakfast in the hotel. Check out from the hotel.Drive to ranakpur which is three hours drive from Jodhpur.
Reach ranakpur check in at the hotel.
Ranakpur: Ranakpur is a village located near sadri town in the Pali district of Rajasthan in western part of Rajasthan. It is located between Jodhpur and Udaipur, in a valley on the western side of the Aravalli Range.
Ranakpur is widely known for its marble Jain temple, for a much older sun temple which lies opposite the former. People travel to ranakpur because of its splendid Jain temples, which is the biggest draw for the majority of the tourists. The temple is one of the five major sites for Jain pilgrimage India .The sun temples were built in 15th century during the reign of Rana Kumbha.This built of white limestone temple is elaborately with white stone.
The sprawling temple displays a unique mix of Hindu and Jain influence in architecture. It is probably the most complex and extensive of Jain temples in India.
The Aravallis: The mighty range of the Aravallis adds to the tourist attractions in ranakpur. Against the lush green backdrop, the huge three stroyed white edifice is a magnificent spectacle.
Evening is for leisure. You can shop at the local market and enjoy the local cuisine out there.
Back to the hotel over night stay at the hotel.
Day 10: Ranakpur - Mt Abu (189Km)
Have Break fast in the hotel .check out from hotel .Drive to Mt. Abu one of the famous hill stations
Attractions in Rajasthan which will be a five hours drive from Ranakpur.
Mt Abu: The town of Mt Abu, the only station in rajasthan at an elevation of 1220 meters .It has been a popular retreat from the heat of rajasthan and neighboring Gujarat for century's .This delightfully cool hill station is home to one of rajasthan's great treasures, the Dilwara Jain temples. The Mount Abu wildlife sanctuary was established in 1960 and covers 290Km sq of the mountain.
Reach Mt Abu .checkin at the hotel. Then move for sight seeing.
Dilwara Jain Temple: The most famous tourist attraction in Mt Abu, the Dilwara temple were constructed between 11th and 13th centuries AD. Sacred to Jain, they are considered masterpiece of temple architecture. These beautifully carved temples in white marbles are dedicated to different tirthankaras. One can also see intricately carved images of female figures in dancing poses on some of the 48 pillars.
Nakki Lake: Nakki Lake is a beautiful picnic spot in Mount Abu. According to the legend, the lake was created by a Hindu God using his nails, and so derives its name Nakki (nail) Lake. The lake offers breathtaking view of surrounding hills and offers ideal spot for boating.
Guru Shikar: Guru Shikar is the highest peak of the Aravali range, located at about15 km northeast of Mount Abu. It's an important Hindu pilgrimage site, worth visiting on your Mount Abu Tour.
Other famous attractions in Mount Abu include the Gaumukh Temple, which derives its name from a sculpted cow situated in the temple compound, Adhar Devi Temple and Shri Raghunathji Temple.
Back to hotel .Over night stay at hotel.
Day 11: Mt. Abu -Udaipur (190Km)
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the morning .Checkout from hotel .Drive to Udaipur which will be a five hours drive from Mt Abu.
Udaipur: Udaipur which is known as the city of land scapes.Udaipur was the capital of the Rajput Kingdom of mewar, ruled by the sisoda clan .The founder of Udaipur was Rana Udai Singh. The ancient capital of mewar was Nagda, located on the Banas River northeast of Udaipur. Legend has it Maharana Udai Singh came upon a king and asked him to build a palace on the spot and it would be well protected. Udai Singh established a residence .Udaipur is also known as the city of lakes.
Check in at hotel. Refresh yourself then proceed for sightseeing.
Shilpgram in Udaipur: Barely 3km outside the city premises and located in the Aravallis, Shilpgram is a planned village-cum-exhibition centre of traditional craftspersons and artisans presenting their handicrafts. It was established in 1989, and is an ethnographic museum formed as a part of the West Zone Cultural Centre. The sole aim of Shilpgram is to encourage and appreciate the huge diversity in the folk and tribal arts, crafts and architecture of the four states of the West Zone. 26 huts spread out over a large area represent the folk and tribal communities of the member states.
City Palace: The City Palace, one of the largest palaces in the world, can be approached through the Bari Pol or the Great Gate (1600) with the royal drums and then onto the Tripolia Gate (1725). The Tripolia is a triple gate made of marble arches. Between these two gates are eight carved toranas or archways under which the maharanas were weighed against gold and silver which was later distributed to the poor subjects. Popular entertainment like elephant fights took place in the court beyond the Tripolia Gate.
Lake Pichola: The title of the most beautiful and enchanting lake in Udaipur has been rightly given to Lake Pichola. Rudyard Kipling in his Letters of Marque, 1899, compliments the lake: 'If the Venetian owned the Pichola [lake] he might say with justice, `See it and die.'" This lake was started by either a banjara or a grain carrier at the end of the 14th century and was completed by Rana Udai Singh. Fed by a big stream from the western mountains, the lake is 2¼ miles long and 1¼ mile wide. Pichola is encircled on all sides by numerous palaces, marble temples, family mansions, dark hills and rows of bathing ghats which is thronged by bathers at dawn. The lake at places narrows down and both its banks almost touch each other.
Shopping in Udaipur: Shopping in udaipur is a delight ful work .Buy colorful folk toys , bewitching puppets , elaborate traditional attire , pottery, metal craft , traditional paintings , batiks , hand printed textiles and dyed saris during you shop in the evening at udaipur . Shop for the famous Pichwai paintings of Udaipur that were traditionally done in bright hues and were hung behind idols or images of lord Krishna.
Back to hotel. Over night stay at hotel.
Day 12: Udaipur
Have breakfast in the hotel. Then proceed for sight seeing.
Nehru Park: As the name suggests this park has indeed been named after the prime minister on India Jawahar lal Nehru .The garden over looks the ancient Moti mahal of Rana pratap. This island garden is a real delight to the eyes, sitting softly on the calm waters of the lake and amidst the enchanting hills surrounding it. The park covers a huge area of about 41 acres with its flower gardens and a lily pond.
Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum: The museum deals mainly with the tribal and folk art of India. It has an extensive collection that include dresses, dolls, masks, musical instruments, paintings and the famous puppets of Rajasthan.
Saheylion ki Bari: Saheliyon ki Bari lies just beneath the Fateh Sagar Lake. Maharana Sangram Singh II designed this garden in the early 18th century purely as a pleasure garden and a summer palace for the 48 young maids that formed a part of the prince's dowry. It is also said that the garden was presented as a peace offering from the Emperor of Delhi. Inside the garden is a reservoir surrounded by four black marbled cenotaphs in its four corners and one white marbled one in the centre. The terraces of these cenotaphs have water fountains shaped like birds from whose beaks water gushes out in thin sprays like the singing rain - producing a wonderful sight. The Maharanas entertained themselves around the four ornamental pools and the five fountains. These fountains were imported from England in 1889. Maharana Bhopal Singh specially was very fond of this place and built a rain fountain, so that it looked like rain dancing on the dancing maids.
Back to hotel. Evening is for leisure.Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 13: Udaipur - chittaurgarh (121 Km)
Have a delightful Breakfast in the hotel. Checkout from the hotel. Drive to chittaurgarh, home of the brave which is a three hours drive from Udaipur.About 121 km east of Udaipur, stands chittaurgarh (chittor).
Check in at hotel .Then proceed for sight seeing.
Chittaurgarh: The heart of the mewar Kingdom was at this enormous fort, now deserted but still deeply impressive and atmospheric. The city was one of the most fiercely contested seats of power in India. It crowns an 11Km long hill, covering 280 hectares (700acres) with its fortifications, temples and palaces.
Chittorgarh Fort: The fort is considered as the as the largest fort in India in the state of Rajasthan .The fort, plainly known as chittor, was the capital of mewar .It was ruled initially by Guhilot and later by sisodhis, the suryavanshi clans of Chattari Rajputs, from 7th century A.d, till it was finally abandoned in 1568 AD after the siege by Emperor Akbar in 1567 AD.
Rana Kumbha Palace: A beautiful and massive monument inside the chittorgarh Fort the Rana kumbha Palace is a ruined edifice of great historical and architectural interest .It is the place where Padmini committed Jauhar (self immolation) to protect her honor during the first seize of chittorgarh by Allaudin Khilji.
Padmini Palace: Built beside a beautiful lotus pool with a historical pavilion, it is the place where Allaudin Khilji saw the reflection of the beautiful queen Padmini in a mirror .He was so impressed and mesmerized by her unmatched beauty that he decided to attack chittorgarh to posses the unwilling queen at any cost, leading to death of rajput soldiers and women along with the queen.
Vijay stambh (Tower of victory): Built by Maharana Kumbha in 1440 AD to commemorate his victory over Mahumud Khilji, this 37 meters high tower is a adorned with sculptures of Hindu deities .There are around 157 narrow steps leading to the terrace, which offers a stunning view of the city.
Kirti Stambh (Tower of Fame): Dedicated to Adinath, the first Jain Tirthankar, Kirti stambh is a 22meters Towers .It was built by a wealthy Jain merchant in 12th century AD.
Kalika Mata Temple: The temple was built as a sun temple in the 8th century AD it was later converted into Kali Temple, the symbol of power.
Chittorgarh is famous for its wooden toys, printed fabric and leather items.
Back to hotel Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 14: Chittorgarh-Kota (172Km)
Early morning have break fast .Check out from hotel. Drive to the city of Kota once the center of a powerful kingdom, Kota has a fascinating palace, while close by are a number of superb temples which will take a three hours drive from chittorgarh.
Kota: Kota is an important historic city of Rajasthan .Once the part of the erst while Rajput Kingdom of Bundi, Kota is famous for its architectural heritage .The major tourist attractions in Kota include the city fort and Palace, Rao Madho singh Museum, Jagmandir, Haveli of Deaji and Chambal Gardens among many more Haveli of Chambal Gardens among many more things to be seen.
Check in at hotel. Then proceed for sight seeing.
City Fort Palace: Located on the eastern banks of the Chambal River, the 17th century city Fort and palace is the Prime tourist attraction of Kota. One of the largest fort complexes in Rajasthan, it houses the rugged bastion, ramparts, with delicate domes. The Hathi pol (elephant Gate) built in the 17th century AD is the beautiful entrance to the fort.
Rao Madho Singh Museum: One of the finest museums in Rajasthan, it exhibits a good collection of artifacts including miniature paintings, magnificent sculptures and ancient murals and arms.
Jagmandir Palace: Built by one of the queens of Kota in 1740, the jagmandir palace was once the pleasure palace of kings in the middle of the beautiful kishor Sagar Lake. Its reflection in waters of the offers a breathtaking view to visitors.
Haveli of Deaji: One of the beautiful mansions in Rajasthan, the Haveli of Deaji in Kota is famous for its amazing frescoes and paintings.
Chambal Gardens: The enchanting picnic spot with a crocodile's pond.
Day 15: Kota - Ranthambore (220Km)
Have an early break fast. Check out from hotel. Then move to Ranthambore which will be a four hours drive from Kota.
Ranthambore: It is home to the Ranthambore National Park and the historic Ranthambore fortress, which lies within the national park. This area was ruled by Raja Hammir Dev of Chauhan of chauhan lienage along with his Bargujar relatives .The area was destroyed by Allaudin khilji. No Indian nature reserves can gurantee a tiger sightseeing, but at Ranthambore National Park the odds are probably better than anywhere else.The forest around the ranthambore Fort were once ,the private hunting grounds of the Maharajas of jaipur.The desire to preserve the game in these forests for sport, was responsible for their conservation ,and subsequent rescue by project Tiger.
Check in at the hotel .Refresh yourself.
Enjoy a evening wildlife safari in Ranthambore National Park and see many rare animals and birds .The tigers of Ranthambore are often seen by tourist on jeep safari in Ranthambore.
Back to the resort .have your dinner cooked by the crew in the resort .over night stay at the hotel.
Day 16: Ranthambore
Enjoy your breakfast in the resort them move for a jeep safari in the morning.Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan offers you to see the majestic tigers of Ranthambore, as well as deer, monkeys, birds, crocodiles. The prominent among these are leopards, striped Hyenas, Indian Wild Boar, Chinkara, Jackals, Indian, Flying Foxes, Slothbears, sambar, deer, Chital, Nilgai, Macaques, Small Indian civet and common mongoose.
Reptiles: The reptile population of the park include snub Nosed Marsh crocodiles, Desert Monitor Lizards, Tortoise, BandedKraits, Cobras, Common Kraits.etc
Birds: Due to its water bodies, Ranthambore National park attracts variety of birds, both resident migrant.There are around 300 species of birds in the park including parakeet, Myna, Barheadedgoose, owl, woodpecker, Kingfisher, Eagle etc. The three lakes of the Ranthambore National Park,the padam talao,RajbaghTalao and Malik Talao attracts huge of animals and birds .The padam Talao houses the jogi mahal on its bank.The Rajbagh Talao offers 44
After a full day safari. Back to the hotel. Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 17: Ranthambore - Jaipur (130Km)
Have early breakfast. Check out from hotel. Drive to jaipur which is the capital city of Rajasthan and the biggest city in Rajasthan.
Jaipur: Jaipur is a busy and vibrating city and endlessly fascinating, with its palaces, bazaars and mighty forts. The majestic home of the maharajas of jaipur, its sumptuously decorated courtyards and pavilions featuring an absorbing collection of historical mementoes relating to the ruling family's lavish lifestyle.Jaipur is the first planned city of India, located in the thar desert of Rajasthan .The city that once had the capital of the royalty, now serves as the capital of Rajasthan .The very structure resembles the taste of the rajputs and the royal family. In the major present date, Jaipur is the major business centre for the natives of Rajasthan with all requisites of a metropolitan city.
Reach Jaipur check in at hotel. Then proceed for sight seeing.
Amber Fort: The outer appearance of the fort, being rough and craggy is totally different from its core. The interior of the fort provides a soothing and warm ambience , which is least expected from its outer appearance. The marvelous decoration of the amer fort is influenced by both, the Hindu and Muslim manner of who were adventurous, revolutionary and self - indulgent.
Hawa Mahal: Hawa Mahal is a pyramid - shaped façade with stories. It has 953 small windows decorated lattice work. These pink sand stone windows as "jharokhas" are constructed in such a style that it works like a giant honey comb .The air circulation through windows represents the marvelous touch of mughal designing, which keeps the palace always cool. As a matter of fact, Hawa Mahal is believed to build for the women of the royal families, since they had to observe strict "purdah". The small windows and screened balconies serve the women to catch procession and different activities talking place on the streets.
Jantar Mantar: Jantar Mantar has a remarkable collection of architectural astronomical instruments. It potrays noteworthy attempt of the ancestors, who were interested in astronomy .and knowledge of celestial bodies. Above all, this observatory still, provide accurate information, which can be compared with today's modern instruments undeniably. The compounds instruments, whose settings and shapes are scientifically designed depict the fort of medivial Indian astronomy. Enjoy the exotic cuisine of jaipur.Jaipur is known for its spicy,rich and exotic cuisine .So on your stay in jaipur don't miss dal baati,besan Ke gatty,churma etc.
Back to hotel. Over night stay at the hotel.
Day 18: Jaipur
City Palace: The magnificent city palace opens to the public as the Sawai Man Singh Museum, stands enclosed by a high wall in the center of the city. The palace was originally built by jai Singh, who constructed the palace to enclose the jai Niwas pleasure gardens and hunting lodge which occupied the site before the foundation of jaipur .Many of the apartments and halls were added by his successors, but the exhibits and interior design have lost none of the pomp and splendor of their glory days.
Full Day for leisure
Day 19: Jaipur - Delhi (265Km)
Have break fast in the hotel .check out from hotel. Drive to Delhi which is a four hours drive from jaipur. For your onwards destination journey.