• Trip Overview
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  • Cancellation Policy
Price Include : , 23 Sightseeing, Only Breakfast
Day 1
Arrival in Jaipur

After arrival at Jaipur airport/railway station, meet our representative and then, take a transfer to the hotel. On reaching the hotel, check-in and relax for a while.

In the afternoon, embark on a sightseeing tour of this mesmerising destination. Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan and is known for its rich culture and heritage. There is a plethora of historic edifices in this region that are worth a visit.

Commence the sightseeing tour of this city with a visit to the magnificent City Palace, which was constructed by Sawai Jai Singh II. The construction of this palace was started in the year 1729 that continued till 1732. The main highlights of this palace are the seven-storey Chandra Mahal, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Mubarak Mahal, Diwan-e-Khas and Diwan-e-Am.

Later, head towards the famous Hawa Mahal, which is popularly known as the 'Palace of Winds'. This palace has 953 windows that are decorated with intricate latticework, which were used by royal women to view the street life. A small archaeological museum, located within the palace, gives an insight into the royal past of the region and is a must visit.

Thereafter, proceed towards Jantar Mantar, which is a UNESCO recognised world heritage site. It was founded by Sawai Jai Singh II in the year 1724 and was built using stone and marble. This observatory has astronomical instruments, which attract science enthusiasts as well as tourists.

There is a plethora of pink houses dotted across the region and hence, this city is also referred to as the Pink City. Spend some time exploring this region to admire its beauty.

Later, retire to the hotel and enjoy an overnight stay.


City Palace Located in the heart of the Pink City Jaipur, the City Palace was where the Maharaja reigned from. This palace also includes the famous 'Chandra Mahal' and 'Mubarak Mahal', and other buildings which form a part of the palace complex. The palace is located towards the northeast side of central Jaipur and has many courtyards and buildings. The palace was built between 1729 and 1732 AD by Sawai Jai Singh II. He ruled in Amer and planned and built the outer walls of the palace and later rulers added to the architecture of this palace. These additions have been known to take place right up to the 20th century. The urban layout of the city of Jaipur was commissioned to Vidyadhar Bhattacharya and Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. The architectural styles are largely based on a fusion of Rajput, Mughal and European styles. Today, the 'Chandra Mahal' has been turned into a museum which is home to unique handcrafted products, various uniforms of the rulers and many more things pertaining to the royal heritage of the City Palace.


The Hawa Mahal Jaipur is the beautiful many windowed extension of the City Palace that is said to resemble the honeycomb structure of a bee’s nest. Since the construction of the Hawa Mahal Jaipur in 1799 the building has become the iconic structure of the city and the pink sandstone palace is considered as the finest example of Rajput architecture.The Hawa Mahal Jaipur translated into English means the Palace of the Winds and this name is in reference to the clever cooling system which propagates a gentle breezes through the inner rooms even during the intense Rajasthan summers. This ingenious design has been completely lost after a recent renovation in which windows were installed behind each of the lattice openings, so today the palace of winds has no wind.

SIGHTSEEING : Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is the largest of the five observatories built by Sawai Raja Jai Singh. Located in the city of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar draws its name from Sanskrit terms 'yantra' and 'mantra'. The former term means instrument while the latter means formulae. Built between the period of 1728-34, the Jantar Mantar is based on the astronomical studies conducted by Sawai Jai Singh and his men around the world. One of his men brought a manual which was a copy of La Hire's "Tables". Accordingly, Jai Singh ordered the construction of the observatories based on the information provided in this manual. Jai Singh had to make choice regarding the material used for the construction of the observatory. He had the option of using either metal or masonry instruments and he preferred the latter to the former. Infact, he himself designed the stone and masonry instruments of the observatory. Rs. 40 per person for Indians Rs. 15 per person for students Rs. 200 per person for foreign tourists

Day 2
Sightseeing in Jaipur

In the morning, savour a delicious breakfast and leave the hotel to explore the magnificent Amber Fort. Perched on top of a hill, this fort has an amalgamation of Hindu and Mughal architectural styles. The construction of this edifice was started in the year 1592 by Raja Man Singh I and was completed by Mirza Raja Jai Singh. It has been built using red sandstone, and it has opulent interiors decorated with precious stones, carvings and mirror settings. A view of Maota Lake and the entire Jaipur city from this palace is a sight to behold.

After exploring this regal palace, retreat to the hotel and repose. Later in the evening, go for a leisure stroll in the colourful and bustling markets of Jaipur.

Thereafter, retire to the hotel and enjoy an overnight stay.


Amber Fort is also known as Amber fort. Amer Fort is one of the tourist attractions of Rajasthan as well as one of the famous Historical Place of India. Today in this article i will tell you a brief history of Amer Fort , what to see in Amer fort and places to see around Amer Fort. Amer Fort Is located in small town Amer of Rajasthan which is just 11kilometers away from Jaipur.Every year Too many tourists came in Amer fort to see awesome architecture of Amer fort and beauty of Jaipur. Amer Fort is Built in 16th century by Raja Man singh. Actually before 16th century Amer was known as Dhundar and ruled by Kachhwahas. Before 16th century Amer was the capital of Rajasthan. In 16th century capital of Rajasthan is moved from Amer to Jaipur and Raja Man singh has built a fort which became famous as Amer Fort. Later on Raja Jai Singh has renovated this Amer Fort.


Bapu Bazar located near Choti Chopud attracts allot of Foreigners and tourists for the traditional dressing and rajasthani artifacts which are easily available in the market, and helps tourists to grab allot of things.

SIGHTSEEING : Birla Mandir

The Lakshmi-Narayan Temple, or the Birla Mandir, as it is more popularly known as, is located at the base of Moti Dungari. Built on an elevated platform, this comparatively modern temple is built entirely of white marble and dominates the skyline of south Jaipur. The temple was commissioned and built by renowned Indian industrialists, the Birlas, in 1988. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, also called Narayan, and his companion, Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and good fortune. The temple is a work of art and has a marvellous display of exquisite carvings and sculptures covering many mythological themes. The eye is drawn to the images of Laxmi and Narayan, carved as they are, from one piece of marble. The top of the temple has three domes, each representing the three religions followed in India. This is designed to pay homage to secular India. The temple looks spectacular at night when it is lit up. Other than the main temple, the complex has a museum that exhibits the earlier belongings of the Birla family.

SIGHTSEEING : Albert Hall Museum

It is the oldest museum of the state and functions as the State museum of Rajasthan. It is also called the Government Central Museum. The museum has a rich collection of artifacts including paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, and works in crystal.


Jal Mahal (signifying "Water Palace") is a royal residence situated amidst the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city, the capital of the condition of Rajasthan, India. The royal residence and the lake around it were revamped and amplified in the eighteenth century by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber."The Jal Mahal castle has an eye-popping makeover. Conventional vessel creators from Vrindavan have made the Rajput style wooden water crafts. A tender sprinkling of paddles on the reasonable lake waters takes you to Jal Mahal. You move past finished foyers and chambers on the principal floor to climb as far as possible up to the fragrant Chameli Bagh. Over the lake, you can see the slopes, spotted with sanctuaries and old fortresses, and on the other side, clamoring Jaipur.

Day 3
Drive from Jaipur to Jodhpur

Check-out from the hotel and embark on a road journey to Jodhpur.On arrival at Jodhpur, check-in at the hotel and unpack. Stay overnight at the hotel.

SIGHTSEEING : road trip

Day 4
Sightseeing in Jodhpur

Embark on a sightseeing tour of the enthralling city of Jodhpur. Commence the tour with a visit to the Mehrangarh Fort, which is among the largest forts in the country. Enclosed by thick walls, this huge fort is situated 400 feet above the Jodhpur city. It also houses a museum that exhibits a huge collection of arms, paintings, costumes and decorated period rooms.

Thereafter, proceed towards Jaswant Thada, which was commissioned by Maharaja Sardar Singh. He built this white marble as a memorial for his father, Maharaj Jaswant Singh II. After spending time at this place, head to the local markets to make a purchase for Jodhpur’s popular handicraft items.

Later, retire to the hotel and stay overnight.

SIGHTSEEING : Mehrangarh Fort

It is one of the largest forts in the country. It is situated at the top of a 410 feet elevated hill and guarded by massive walls. The intricate carvings on the walls of the fort, the sprawling courtyards, its impressive history, striking palaces, museums and galleries allures tourists from all over the world.

SIGHTSEEING : Jaswant Thada

It is a cenotaph or an empty commemorative tomb built in the honour of Maharaja Jaswant Singh. This cenotaph was constructed in the year 1899 and is decorated with precious white marbles. Jaswant Thada is embedded with beautiful outlook and picturesque view of the mighty majestic Mehrangarh Fort.

SIGHTSEEING : Sadar Market

This is the most famous shopping zone of Jodhpur and attracts customers from all parts of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, and the world. The marketplace is abundant with everything a shopper could dream of buying, with locals selling all sorts of products such as local fabric, clay figurines, silver jewellery, grains, spices, marble, pottrey and many more products.

SIGHTSEEING : Clock Tower Markets

The area surrounding the Clock Tower bustles with locals presenting all sorts of products and services, making it the busiest and largest marketplace of Jodhpur. One can find each and every bit of material at a very cheap rate.

Day 5
Drive from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer

Check-out from the hotel and start your journey towards the city of Jaisalmer. It was founded in 1156 AD by a Rajput king – Maharawal Jaisal Singh. The city lies in the heart of the Thar Desert and is located on a ridge of yellow sandstone.

On reaching Jaisalmer, check-in at the hotel and take rest. In the evening, head to the famous attraction of the city – Jaisalmer Fort, which is considered to be one of the largest forts in India. Popularly known as Sonar Quila, this fort was constructed using sandstones. There is a fusion of Rajput and Islamic architectural styles in its construction.

After visiting this amazing place, proceed to Patwon ki Haveli, which is a beautiful piece of architecture. It was constructed in the year 1805 by Guman Chand Patwa – a rich merchant.Later, return to the hotel and stay overnight.

SIGHTSEEING : Jaisalmer Fort

It is in, one of the largest forts around the world. Due to its location at the golden stretches of the Thar Desert, this fort is also known as the ‘Sonar Quila’ or the ‘Golden Fort’. Elevated to about sixty feet, the entrance is made from the finest quality rosewood.

SIGHTSEEING : Patwon Ki Haveli

Dipped in an enchanting shade of yellow, Patwon ki Haveli grabs the attention of every visitor. The intricacy of this architecture lies in its exquisite wall paintings, balconies that open to a panoramic view, gateways, arches and most importantly the mirror works on the wall.

Day 6
Sightseeing in Jaisalmer

Leave the hotel and embark on a sightseeing tour of this mesmerising destination.

After sightseeing in the morning, drive to Khuri village in the afternoon. Located at a distance of about 45 km from Jaisalmer, this village has a cluster of thatched-roof houses. Here, you can enjoy a camel ride (At your own expense) for an experience of a lifetime.

In the evening, go for an excursion to Sam Sand Dunes, which is located in the outskirts of Jaisalmer. The famous Desert Festival is organised here every year that attracts a number of tourists from across the globe.Later, retreat to the hotel in Jaisalmer and stay overnight.

SIGHTSEEING : Khuri Village

Khuri, also known as Tilo Ki Dhani, is a natural hamlet in Thar Desert close to Jaisalmer. Renowned for sand dunes and vast stretch of sandbank. One can see the many mud and straw houses at Khuri. These homes have impressive exterior decorations.


Ones visit to jaisalmer is not possible unless and until one takes a camel safari. Camel Ride in the desert of Jaisalmer is very famous and is a must experience.

SIGHTSEEING : Indo-Pak Border

The Border Pillar No. 609 is situated in the No Men’s Land near the Line of Control on the Indo-Pak Border. At BP 609, you can see the check post, the fencing of wires on the Indian side and watch tower of BSF.

Day 7
Drive from Jaisalmer to Bikaner

Check-out from the hotel and drive towards Bikaner. The beautifully designed havelis, huge forts, folk music and traditional costumes reflect the city’s old world charm.

On arrival at this destination, check-in at the hotel and relax for a while. Thereafter, proceed towards the magnificent Junagarh Fort, which was built in AD 1593 by Raja Rai Singh. This fort houses structures like Ganga Niwas, Anup Mahal and Rang Mahal. A museum within the premises of this fort houses a huge array of artefacts.

Later, retire to the hotel and stay overnight

SIGHTSEEING : Junagarh Fort

Junagarh Fort is a fort in the city of Bikaner, Rajasthan, India. The fort was originally called Chintamani and was renamed Junagarh or "Old Fort" in the early 20th century when the ruling family moved to Lalgarh Palace outside the fort limits

Day 8
Sightseeing in Bikaner

Embark on a city tour of Bikaner. Commence the tour with a visit to the Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum. Established in the year 1937, this museum is under the control of Government of Rajasthan. This museum houses a huge collection of terracotta ware, paintings, coins and weapons. Thereafter, visit the revered temple of Karni Mata, which is a unique temple. The presiding deity in the temple is Devi Karni, who is believed to be the incarnation of Goddess Durga. This temple is most famous for its black rats, which are treated as sacred and are protected in the temple. After seeking blessings at Karni Mata Temple, visit the revered Laxmi Nath Temple.

Later, visit the colourful bazaars of Bikaner, which are famous for rangi dupattas, kundan work, wooden antiques and carpet making. Artwork made of camel hides is also famous in Bikaner. You can also enjoy a camel safari in this beautiful region.

In the evening, return to the hotel and enjoy an overnight stay.

SIGHTSEEING : Ganga Singh Museum

It exhibits a wide collection of archaeological findings dating back to Harappan and early Gupta period. Portraits, art and craft, terracotta, pottery, carpets, coins and ancient Rajput weaponry are portrayed in different sections in the museum. Highlights of the exhibit are the gilded gold leaf paintings on camel hides of Usta craftsmen and Silk Robe of Shahzada Saleem.

SIGHTSEEING : Karni Mata Temple

This sanctuary is known for its sizable populace of rats that are the lasting occupants here. There are around 20,000 rats that live in the sanctuary premises and undoubtedly pull in the consideration of numerous voyagers. The temple is sculpted from stones and marble, which features silver gates, built by Maharaja Ganga Singh, and a hanging mesh that protects rats from birds.

SIGHTSEEING : Laxmi Nath Temple

The Laxminath Temple is situated inside the Jaisalmer Fort. It is dedicated to the goddess of wealth Laxmi and her husband Vishnu. The idols inside the temple are believed to have been installed by Sen Pal Shakdvipi, a Brahmin.

SIGHTSEEING : Camel-breeding Farm

Camel Research Farm, Bikaner is a farm engaged in the research of camels. It is located about 8 km from Bikaner city in the state of Rajasthan in India. This is a one-of-a-kind institute in India.

Day 9
Drive from Bikaner to Jaipur

Check-out from the hotel and drive towards Jaipur airport/railway station to board your return flight/train.

Tour Ends.

Day 1
  • Jaipur
  • SightSeeing
    City Palace (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Hawa Mahal (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Jantar Mantar (Sightseeing)
Day 2
  • Jaipur
  • SightSeeing
    Amber Fort (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Bapu Bazar (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Birla Mandir (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Albert Hall Museum (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Jal Mahal (Sightseeing)
Day 3
  • Jodhpur
  • SightSeeing
    road trip (Sightseeing)
Day 4
  • Jodhpur
  • SightSeeing
    Mehrangarh Fort (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Jaswant Thada (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Sadar Market (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Clock Tower Markets (Sightseeing)
Day 5
  • Jaisalmer
  • SightSeeing
    Jaisalmer Fort (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Patwon Ki Haveli (Sightseeing)
Day 6
  • Jaisalmer
  • SightSeeing
    Khuri Village (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Camel Ride (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Indo-Pak Border (Sightseeing)
Day 7
  • Bikaner
  • SightSeeing
    Junagarh Fort (Sightseeing)
Day 8
  • Bikaner
  • SightSeeing
    Ganga Singh Museum (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Karni Mata Temple (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Laxmi Nath Temple (Sightseeing)
  • SightSeeing
    Camel-breeding Farm (Sightseeing)
Day 9
  • Checkout from the hotel. Package ends on this day!
  • Inclusions
  • Exclusions
  • Travel Basics
  • Booking Term
  • Why Choose Us
  • Hotel Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis as per itinerary

  • Meals as per hotel plan

  • All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle on sharing basis

  • Road taxes, parking fees, fuel charges, interstate taxes


  • GST if not mentioned in the rates

  • All personal expenses like tips, laundry, telephone calls/fax, alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fees at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax etc.

  • Anything not mentioned under Package Inclusions.

  • Entrance fees at all monuments and sightseeing spots

  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, and roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.

  • Airfare if not mentioned in the itinerary

Terms & Conditions

  • In case client wishes to prepone /postpone his or her travel dates, we request you to kindly reach us 15 days prior to journey date via e-mail/SMS.

  • The customers can prepone /postpone their tour once without any additional charges (if intimated before 15 days of travel date in written). However postponing & preponing second time will attract additional charges.

  • Also note that few service providers (Hoteliers, Transporter etc.) may apply postpone/prepone charges even after meeting above requirement. In such cases postpone/prepone charges will deducted from the advance amount deposited.

  • In all prepone or postpone scenarios, the services and the costing will be subject to availability of Hotel/Volvo and season/off season time.

  • We do not accept any changes in plan within 15 days of travel date. However in rare cases like adverse climatic conditions or strikes, package can be postponed which will be intimated to you beforehand.

  • The validity to utilize your Advance payment in prepone/postpone scenarios is 1 Year from the date of advance payment.

  • The advance payment and the invoice Number allotted to you, are transferable i.e. you can pass on your booking to any of your friends/ relatives. (Please Note: In order to transfer your booking you must meet the above terms and conditions first).

Travel Basics

Here is a must take list that you should carry while traveling:

  • ID Proof any Passport v(For International Travel)
  • Water Bottle with a Filtering System
  • Daily Medications
  • Phone Chargers
  • Camera
  • ID Proof
  • Toilet Papers
  • Walking Shoes
  • Ear Phones
  • Cap
  • Power bank
  • Sun Screen Lotion
  • Wipes
  • Ladies basics
  • Mosquito Creame/bands/net depending upon your itinerary.

Booking Term

  • 50 advance to be paid at the time of booking.
  • Air fair is calcualted at the time of proposal creation and is subject to change at the time of booking.
  • 100 payment is to be made for domestic packages before 4 days of departure date.
  • 100 payment is to be made for international packages before 7 days of departure date.
  • In case of cancellation standard cancellation policies will be applicable or may be changed as per the policies

Why Choose Us

We are a Travel Boutique house which specializes in the personalized travel experiences . We have travelled the length and breadth of these regions repeatedly, just to ensure that our clients are visiting the right places at the right time on the right days, eating hygienic & tasty food, staying at the best properties which are cheap and fantastic as well. We have every answer to your query pertaining to the destinations.

Cancellation Policy

If you Cancel your Holiday

  • 30 days or more before date of departure : 25% of total cost

  • 29 - 20 days before date of departure : 50% of total cost

  • 19 days or less before date of departure : 100% of total cost


Royal Rajasthan

9 Days / 8 Nights / Jaipur , India

Category : Deluxe Change



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