Taj Mahal & Rajasthan with Royal Stay at Fort Sardargarh
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- Wildlife safaris and game drives
- City sightseeing
- Cultural, religious and historic sites
- Culture shows and excursions
- duration 14 days
- tour type Private
- age requirement 5-80 yrs
- max group size 10
- guiding method Fully guided
- Tour Code BM-23162
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- Operated in English, Spanish
- Stand in awe of the majestic Taj Mahal
- Explore numerous Rajasthani and Mughal era places and forts
- Relax like royalty at the 300year old Sardargarh Fort
- Get a chance to see tigers during jungle safaris at Ranthambore National Park
This tour is the finest introduction to the culture and traditions of Indian royalties. Visit the Amber Fort, City Palace in Jaipur, Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur and go on safaris in Ranthambore National Park in search of tigers and other jungle cats. Experience firsthand the magnificence of a wonder of the modern world, Taj Mahal, a marble mausoleum the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, commissioned for his wife Mumtaz Mahal.
Along the way, experience the ways of life of the kings with a stay at Castle Sardargarh & Deogarh. In Sardargarh board a local train ride across the Aravalli range and old tunnels from the time of the British Raj.
Day 1: Explore Delhi and head to Jaipur
Day 2: The royal Jaipur way
Day 3: Discovering Sambhar
Day 4: Sambhar to Jodhpur
Day 5: Explore Jodhpur; drive to Sardargarh
Day 6: Travelling the local way in Sardargarh
Day 7: Sardargarh to Udaipur
Day 8: Explore Udaipur's art and architecture
Day 9: Udaipur to Barabagh Deogarh
Day 10: Barabagh Deogarh to Pushkar
Day 11: Pushkar to Ranthambore
Day 12: Ranthambore
Day 13: Ranthambore to Agra
Day 14: Explore Agra; head home from Delhi
- 13 nights' accommodation at three-star hotels, and 2 nights' stay at five-star heritage hotels
- Daily breakfasts at the hotels
- Dinners provided at Sambhar, Barabagh Deogarh and Sardargarh
- Professional, English-speaking guides during sightseeings
- Jeep/elephant ride in Jaipur
- 5 km cycle & village tour in Sambhar
- Boat ride in Udaipur
- Jeep Safari at Ranthambore National Park
- Cultural activities in Sardargarh (Castle Sardargarh) & Barabagh Deogarh
- All interstate taxes, permits, parking, road taxes, toll taxes and fuel charges included
- Travel insurance
- Monument entrance & camera fees
- Air/train fares (if applicable)
- Anything which is not mentioned in the 'What's Included' section of the itinerary
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