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Rajasthan Travel Package With Bird Watching Tour

DDuration : 6 Nights - 7 Days

Destinations Covered : Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary - Jaipur - Ajmer - Pushkar - Jodhpur.

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About Rajasthan Tour Packages

Rajasthan is a land of many attractions. It is difficult for any tourist, with howsoever lengthy time period in hand, to explore all the of them in a single trip. And then there are many who have relatively less time in hand, still they want to have atleast a decent glimpse of this wonderful state. Travel Packages For Rajasthan provides them exactly that - a beautiful and varied view of this splendid state. Visit to historical forts and palaces are combined with religious and wildlife trips. Also, there is an added attraction in form of visit to Agra, the city of the Taj. In all the tour is a perfect for those who want to see more in a short period of time.

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Highlight of Holiday Package To Rajasthan

  • A visit to Taj Mahal in Agra.
  • Dinner at Chokhi Dhani Village Resort while in Jaipur.
  • Holy Dip in Pushkar Lake
  • Visit to Bishnoi Villages.

Day 01 : Agra - Tour of The City of Taj Mahal

Arrive in Agra where our representative will receive you and take you directly to the hotel. Refresh yourself and get prepared to visit some of the most interesting places in Agra.

The Agra Fort was initiated by Akbar in the 16th century, though additions and modifications in the fort continued till the time of Shah Jahan.Despite the fact that not all palaces inside are open for public viewing, yet there is still much to see like the Diwan- e- Aam, Diwan-e-khas, Musamman Burj, Jehangir's palace and Jama Masjid.

Return to the hotel and relax. Have a relishing dinner in your hotel and stay overnight in Agra.

Day 02 : Agra - Enjoy Agra Sightseeing With Bird Watching Tour

Get up early and pay a visit to the Taj Mahal, the eternal symbol of love. It is by now a familiar (still fascinating) story of how the great Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan built the beautiful white marble mausoleum for his beloved wife, Mumtaj Mahal after she died. The Taj glows like a precious jewel with every ray of rising sun falling on it. It is one of the most lovely memory that you will carry back home after your trip, so, have a good look at this eighth wonder of the world.

Return to your hotel and have your breakfast. Thereafter leave for Jaipur which takes a total of 6 hours to reach. However, you will not go straight to Jaipur as there are two main attractions that lie on the way. Leaving them out will be highly inappropriate, so, visit Fatehpur Sikri, a city that was laid down by Emperor Akbar. It served as the capital city for Akbar, however, the water shortage problem forced the emperor to abandon this city. Today, this city is a classic example of the Mughal architecture.

Also, visit the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, the best place in India to view the birds, both resident and migratory. The Siberian Cranes that migrate to this sanctuary every year in winters are a special attraction. If you get a chance to see them, do not just turn away to see other birds, because they are really a hot favourite of the sanctuary.

Proceed to Jaipur and after reaching there, transfer to your hotel immediately. Have a refreshing bath and ward off any slight symptom of weariness that you have started to feel. Stay overnight in Jaipur.

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Day 03 : Jaipur - Explore The Pink City of India

Today, your day is reserved for a full day sightseeing in and around Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan.

Have your breakfast and start off from the Amber Fort which lies at a distance of 11 km from Jaipur. Built by Raja Jai Singh, the Amber Fort preserves some really beautiful palaces and halls like the Diwan-e-Khas, Diwan-e-Aam, Sukh Niwas and Sheesh Mahal. There is also a Kali Mata Temple as well as Shitla Mata Temple within the fort premises.

Later return to Jaipur and explore the City Palace complex and the museum enclosed within its area. The Hawa Mahal is an intrinsic part of the City palace complex but commands its individuality. It was built to enable the ladies of the royal household to have a peek into the outer world without going out in public. The Jantar Mantar is yet another attraction of the pink city of Jaipur quietly observing the movement of the planets in the space. For an untrained eyes, it might be little uninteresting, yet a little observation will open up a large amount of fascinating facts about Jantar Mantar.

In the evening, visit Chokhi Dani village resort to get a feel of what village life is all about. Enjoy a dinner there with Rajasthani Folk artists enlivening up the entire atmosphere for you.

Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Jaipur.

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Day 04 : Pushkar Fair Tour With Ajmer

Have your breakfast early in the morning and get ready for a spiritual visit to two of the most renowned and revered pilgrimage destination of India - Ajmer and Pushkar.

Ajmer is around 131 km from Jaipur and preserves the holy Dargah of the Sheikh Salim Chisti who is said to be respected by a large number of people belonging to different religion. It is believed that a wish expressed before the Dargah of the saint is definitely fulfilled by the his pious soul.

Another half and hour journey from Ajmer will bring you to Pushkar, Brahma's only abode on earth. On arrival, transfer to the hotel and have your lunch. The Pushkar Lake here is said to have appeared all by itself the moment a lotus flower fell from the hands of Brahma. The Brahma Temple also commands respect among devotees because of the fact that it is the only significant temple dedicated to the creator of universe. You can take a holy dip in the lake and pray at the temple. There are many other temples and ghats in Pushkar along the banks of the lake. Walk around on foot and participate in the evening aarti to have a real feel of the place. The diyas that float in the lake will glow up the entire environment and fill your heart with unprecedented joy. You can also shop around for few ethnic Rajasthani goods, though not much variety will be available for you. And if you plan to travel in the month of November a visit to Pushkar camel fair is a must. The biggest cattle fair of India Pushkar camel fair is a major attraction of the city.

Return to your hotel and have your dinner. Stay overnight in Pushkar.

Day 05 : Jodhpur - Travel To The Blue City of India

This morning, depart from Pushkar after having your breakfast and head towards Jodhpur which is at a distance of around 200 km from Pushkar.

Jodhpur lies in the Thar Desert region and was founded by Rajput ruler, Rao Jodha. The city's attraction, therefore becomes double, the first one is that of the city with a royal past and the second one with the unbeatable desert aura. The spirit of the inhabitants of this city is reflected in the blue colour that can be seen everywhere in the old town. The blue colour also brings with it a wave of fresh breeze with it in the otherwise arid climate of the city.

On arrival, transfer to the hotel and relax for some time. Later, move towards the Umaid Gardens and Sadar Government Museum and inspect the varied collection including stuffed animals, sculptures, weapons and wooden model of biplanes.

In the evening roam around leisurely at the Clock Tower and go for a quick shopping round in the nearby Sadar Bazaar. The narrow lanes of the market here have shops of textiles, silver, handicrafts and aromatic spices.

Day 06 : Jodhpur - Explore The Famous Jodhpur Palaces

Have your breakfast and leave to explore the city of Jodhpur.

The majestic Mehrangarh Fort dominates the skyline of Jodhpur, hence it deserves to be visited first. The foundation of the fort was laid at the time when the city itself was founded by Rao Jodha, though the subsequent rulers made several additions to it in the later years. There are seven gates to this fort and the structures inside include the the Pearl Palace, Pleasure Palace, Flower Palace and Zhanki Mahal. Most of these palaces now house a museum and display a variety of objects ranging from armoury and fine paintings. Next, visit the Jaswant Thada, the official cremation ground for the rulers of Jodhpur. The highlight of this place is the cenotaph of the Maharaja Jaswant Singh II.

In the second half of the day, embark on village safari tours, which is what makes Jodhpur immensely popular among tourists. The nearby Bishnoi villages are known for the spirited defense of the environment from the danger posed by the human settlement. This concern for environment is looms large over the villages from a long time now. It is said that in 18th century, a woman laid down her life clinging to a tree that was meant to be chopped off for the use of the then Maharaja. Following her example the woman, numerous other villagers laid down their lives to prevent the trees from felling off. An interaction with the villagers here will open up a whole new aspect of the importance of the environment on our earth.

After a visit to these villages, return to your hotel and enjoy a relishing meal with Rajasthani folk music and dance reviving your spirits to the top. Stay overnight in Jodhpur.

Day 07 : Departure

This morning, you can proceed to your further destination or on a journey back home. Morning drop will be provided to the airport, railway station or bus stand. This is the good and memorable finish of your Precious Rajasthan Tour Package.

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