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Airfare Gst Of 3.09% Travel Insurance The Above Package Is Not Valid During National Holidays, Festivals & Long Weekends Meals At Hotels Except Those Listed In Above Inclusions Still Camera/Video Camera Charges Above Rates Are Not Valid From 15Th Dec 2011 To 5Th Jan 2012 X Mas & New Year Mandatory Dinner Will Be Extra As Applicable Personal Expenses Such As Laundry, Telephone Calls, Tips & Gratuity, Mineral Water, Soft & Hard Drinks,Porterage. Anything Not Mentioned In Inclusions Hotel Tax 7.41% Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like, Landslides, Road Blockage, Political Disturbances (Strikes), Etc (To Be Borne By The Client, Who Is Directly Payable On The Spot). Additional Sightseeing Or Extra Usage Of Vehicle, Other Than Mentioned In The Itinerary.
Day 1 : Arrive at Jaipur
Arrive Jaipur. Our Staff Will Meet You On Arrival And Transfer To Hotel. The Capital Of The State Of Rajasthan Is Popularly Known As The 'Pink City' As The Buildings In Its Old, Walled City Are All Constructed In Pink-Colored Sandstone. Jaipur Owes Its Name, Its Foundation And Its Careful Planning To The Great Warrior-Astronomer Maharaja Jai Singh Ii (1699-1744). He Laid Out The City With Its Surrounding Walls And Six Rectangular Blocks By Principles Of Town Planning Set Out In An Ancient Hindu Treatise On Architecture. In 1728 He Constructed The Remarkable Observatory, Which Is Still One Of Jaipur'S Central Attractions. It Is Worthwhile Spending Any Leisure Time Wandering Through The Bazaars. Jaipur Is Well Known For Its Beautiful Carpets, Enamelled Ornaments, Precious And Semi-Precious Stones, Brass Ornaments And Many Other Arts And Crafts. Overnight Stay At The Hotel.
Day 2 : Am Amber With Elephant Ride + Pm City Tour Jaipur
This Morning You Will Drive 11Kms In The Outskirts Of The City To Visit Amber Fort, The Ancient Capital Of The State Until 1728. Visit The Temple Of Kali, The Hall Of Victory Or Jai Mahal And Jagmandir. You Can Have The Unique Experience Of Travelling On Elephant Back To And From The Top Of The Hill On Which The Fort Is Situated ( Subject To Availability ) In The Afternoon Visit The Observatory, The Palace Of Winds And The City Palace And Museum. The Museum Has An Interesting Textile Section, Which Contains Dresses And Costumes Of The Former Maharajas And Maharanis Of Jaipur. Return To The Hotel. Overnight Stay At The Hotel.
Day 3 : Drive Jaipur To Bikaner ( 350 Kms - 06 Hrs )
After Breakfast, Leave For Bikaner, Which Was Once A Major Trading Post Between Africa, West Asia And The Far East. The Arts Prospered Receiving The Patronage Of A Wealthy Merchant Community. The City Is Renowned For The Best Riding Camels In The World. This Afternoon During Your Tour You Will Visit Camel Breeding Farms; Junagarh Fort, A Formidable Structure Encircled By A Moat And Having Some Beautiful Palaces Within. Situated At A Height Of Above Seven Hundred Feet Above Sea Level, It Towers Over The City And Can Be Seen From A Distance. The Fort And Its Palaces Are Profusely Decorated With Magnificent Stone Carvings. 30 Kms South Of Bikaner Is The Village Of Deshnoke, Where The Famous Mata Karni Temple Is Situated. The 600-Year-Old Temple Is Dedicated To Karni Mata, An Incarnation Of Goddess Durga. The Temple Plays Host To Thousands Of Rats That Form The Major Attraction Here. The Rats Are Considered Sacred And Worshipped Accordingly. You Have To Be Very Careful While Entering The Inner Sanctum, Because It Is Believed That If You Accidentally Step On A Rat, A Gold Replica Has To Be Made To Compensate For The Lost Life. Return To Hotel For Overnight Stay.
Day 4 : Drive Bikaner - Jaisalmer ( 350 KMS - 06 hrs )
After Breakfast, Drive Jaisalmer - A Fairy-Tale Town In The Thar Desert Founded About 800 Years Ago By Rajah Jaisal. Unlike Any Other City, This Desert Fortress Is One Of Rajasthan Most Exotic And Unusual Towns. Jaisalmer, An Important Ancient Trading Centre Because Of Its Strategic Location On The Camel Trade Routes, Is Often Described As The 'Golden City'. The Havelis, Built By Merchants Of The 19Th Century, Are Exquisitely Carved From Golden-Yellow Sandstone And Are Still In A Beautiful Condition. The Fort Built By Rawal Jaisal In The 12Th Century, Stands On The 80 Metre High Trikuta Hill, With Beautifully Carved Jain Temples. The Annual Desert Festival Takes Place In January And February Each Year And Is A Riot Of Colour And Activity. Jaisalmer Is Also Famous For Its Embroidery, Rajasthani Mirror Work, Rugs, Blankets, Antique, Stonework And Camel Safaris Into The Barren Sand-Duned Desert. Afternoon Is Free To Walk Around In The Colorful And Bustling Bazaars. Overnight Stay At Hotel.
Day 5 : Jaisalmer Sightseeing
Jaisalmer'S Strategic Position On The Camel Terrain Route Bought It Great Wealth. The Merchants Grew Prosperous And Commissioned Great Havelis, Or Mansions, To Flaunt Their Ever-Growing Status In Society. Made Of Local Golden-Yellow Sand Stone And Wood, Some Of The Havelis Are Still In Excellent Condition. The Most Elaborate And Magnificent Of All The Jaisalmer Havelis Is The Patwaon Ki Haveli. Five Jain Brothers Built The Haveli Between 1800 And 1860. Salim Singh Ki Haveli And Nathmal Ki Haveli Are The Other Two Havelis That Are Opened To Visitors. Built In 1156 By The Bhatti Ruler, Jaisal, The Fort Here Stands Atop The 80 M High Trikuta Hill. 3 Walls And Features 99 Bastions Surround The Fort. Over The Centuries, The Golden Sand Stone Fortress Witnessed Many Battles Between The Bhattis, The Mughals And The Rathors Of Jodhpur. Within The Fort Complex Lie The Beautifully Carved Jain Temples Built Between The 12Th And 15Th Centuries. The Maharawals (Rulers) Of Jaisalmer Were Devout Hindus But Were Tolerant Of Jainism, And Encouraged Art And Religion. There Are 7 Temples In The Complex - Chandraprabhu, Parasnath, Shitalnath, Sambhavnath, Shantinath, Kunthunath And Rikhabdev Temple. The Temples Are All Connected By A Series Of Corridors And Walkways. Closeby Is The Gyan Bhandar, A Library Founded In 1500 A.D. This House Is Priceless Ancient Manuscripts And Other Exhibits Like Astrological Charts, Besides The Jain Equivalent Of The Christian Shroud Of Turin. In The Evening, Proceed For The Excursion To Sam Sand Dunes. Located At A Distance Of 42 Kilometres From Jaisalmer, Sam Sand Dunes Is The Closest Point To Witness The Total Sandy Desert. You Can Also See The Patterns And Motifs Created By The Shifting Sands And Air. Moreover, Sam Sand Dunes Also Provide You With An Unforgettable Experience Of Camel Rides And The Sunset. Return To Your Hotel For Overnight Stay.
Day 6 : Jaisalmer - Jodhpur (300 KMS - 06 HRS)
After Breakfast, Today Drive To Jodhpur, An Oasis In The Arid Thar Desert, Jodhpur Is The Second Largest City In The State Of Rajasthan. Representing This Colorful City With Shades Of Blue, Jodhpur Has A History That Is Rich And A Present That Beckons Strongly To The Discerning Tourist. Forts And Palaces, Temples And Havelis, Culture And Tradition, Spices And Fabrics, Color And Texture, Jodhpur Has Them All And In Plenty. Situated In Western Rajasthan, Jodhpur Has Long Attracted Both The Domestic And Outside Tourist. It Not Only Offers Tangibles, In Terms Of What You Can See And Buy But Also Fills One With A Sense Of History And The Splendors Of An Era Gone Forever. The Hospitality Of The Locals, The Demure Women, The Colourful Turbans -All Set Against The Unmerciful Desert Is Something To Feel, Not Just See. Every Pore Of Jodhpur Tells Its Own Tales Of Heroic Tales That Made Legends Out Of Kings And Soldiers, Romances That Continue To Warm The Heart And A Time When Epics Were Lived Out On The Streets By Everyday Man. Visit The Mehrangarh Fort In The Afternoon. Considered One Of India'S Best Forts, This Invincible Stronghold Of The Marwars Sits On A Steep Hill Lording Over A Wonderful View Of Its Surroundings. It Is Also A Beautiful Fort And Undoubtedly, The Jewel Of Jodhpur. Intricate Latticed Windows, Elaborately Carved Panels And Elegantly Curved Porches Speak Of Beauty And Taste. No Matter What Part Of The Fort You Are In, Its Ambience Will Leave You In Awe And Your Senses Reeling. Take In The Sight High Up On The Rampart Where The Second Largest Cannon In Asia Rests, The Recoil Of Which Requires An Area As Large As A Football Field! Also Visit Jaswant Thada - A White Marble Memorial Built In Memory Of Maharaja Jaswant Ii In 1899 A Story Goes That Maharaja Jaswant Succumbed To Injuries In This Place While Fighting The Mughal King Jehangir. Return To Hotel For Overnight Stay.
Day 7 : Drive Jodhpur - Udaipur via Ranakpur (6 hrs and 300 kms)
This Morning We'Ll Drive Through Valleys In The Remote And Peaceful Aravalli Range To Ranakpur To Visit One Of The Most Important Jain Temples In India. This Marble Complex Is Noted For The 29 Halls Supported By 1,444 Pillars, Each Adorned With Hundreds Of Carved Figures, No Two Alike. We'Ll Continue Driving South, Arriving Udaipur, Described As The “city Of Sunrise” In The Evening. In The Evening You Will Enjoy A Leisurely Boat Ride On Lake Pichola. With Its Main Attractions Being The Two Palaces On The Islands In The Lake, Jagniwas And Jagmandir Lake Pichola Is About 4 Km In Length And 3 Km Wide. Jagniwas Was Earlier The Summer Retreat Of The Prince Of Mewar And Now A Five-Star Hotel. The City Palace Extends Along The Eastern Shore Of The Lake And You Can Go For A Boat Ride From Bansi Ghat. Overnight At Hotel.
Day 8 : Udaipur
Udaipur Is Also A Centre Of Historic Arts And Crafts Of Mewar, Like The Mewar School Of Miniature Painting. There Is Of Course The Modern Face Of Udaipur That One Can Look At If Interested, But Given The Other Sights From A Glorious Past, Modernity Is No Real Distraction. This Is A Place That Will Hold You In Its Thrall No Matter Who You Are Or Where You Come From. During A Guided Tour You Will Visit The City Palace Built In 1725, The Grand City Palace Is Actually A Conglomerate Of Eleven Palaces Overlooking The Sprawling Lake Pichola. One Of The Largest, Most Beautiful Palaces In The State Of Rajasthan, It Is Now A Museum, Royal Residence And A Luxury Hotel. This Intricately Designed Monument Is An Architectural Wonder In Granite And Marble; Jagdish Temple Built In 1651 By Maharaja Jagat Singh, This Temple Is Dedicated To Lord Vishnu And Is Located In The Centre Of The Old City. The Temple Has A Black Marble Image Of Lord Vishnu, Which Is Unusual For The Northern Part Of The Country, Where Statues Of Gods Are Normally In Marble; Fateh Sagar Originally Built In 1678 By Maharana Jai Singh, Fateh Sagar Was Rebuilt By Maharana Fateh Singh After The Rains Destroyed The Dam. The Garden Island In The Middle Of The Lake Is Nehru Park, Which Also Has A Cafe. In The Afternoon, Enjoy The Boat Ride On Lake Pichola (Subject To Water Level In The Lake). Return To Your Hotel For Overnight Stay.
Day 9 : Depart Udaipur for Delhi / Mumbai
After Breakfast. Departure Transfer To Airport / Railway Station To Further Destination.
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