A stall at a local festival
A classic tour of colourful Rajasthan
Rajasthan, India

Classic Tour of Rajasthan

(15 days)

Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Nimaj, Jodhpur, Narlai, Udaipur, Mumbai

A wholesome trip to India's Capital along with a host of other historic cities in North and West India, this tour gives you a unique chance to explore the bazaars of Delhi and encounter some ancient structures such as tombs, mosques, forts and temples while you are at it. A major feature includes a trip to the Taj Mahal as well as the Agra Fort. In the state of Rajasthan witness a tapestry of color and the vibrancy of unique folk life in Nimaj, Jodhpur and Udaipur. Finally, end your journey in glamorous Mumbai.

This tour is recommended for

Culture & Heritage
Off the Beaten Track

At a Glance

Delhi (2 nights), Agra (1 night), Jaipur (2 nights), Nimaj (2 nights), Jodhpur (2 nights), Narlai (1 night), Udaipur (2 nights), Mumbai (2 nights)

Tour Highlights

A memorable rickshaw ride on silver street in Old Delhi A trip to the Great Mogul Jama Mosque, the first of its kind in India. Have a serene experience by spending time in the magnificent Bahai Lotus Temple Get inspired with the power of love by visiting the Taj Mahal Get a chance to explore the rural life in Nimaj and Narlai Take a memorable Elephant ride at Amber Fort in Jaipur Enjoy a private boat ride at Pichola Lake, Udaipur overlooking great palace hotels within the lake In Mumbai, take a trip to Gateway of India which gets you to Elephanta Island after a boat ride. Drive through the iconic Marine Drive on your way to and from these landmarks.

Detailed Itinerary

Delhi (2 nights)

Days  ( 1 - 3 )



Formally known as the National Capital Territory; Delhi has been consistently colonized after the 6th century BC and is the country capital today. Legend states that the city was once the location of Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandava clan. Delhi is home to 1,200 heritage structures, over 175 historical monuments and is a major travel hub.


Guided visit to the impressive Red Fort and Humayuns Tomb, Jama Masjid, QutabMinar, India Gate, Lotus Temple; explore ChandiniChowk, the Gandhi Memorial at Raj Ghat; Parliament Museum, National Museum, Bangla Sahib a Sikh Temple; experience cultural and ethnic diversity at the colorful Dilli Haat, an open-air food plaza cum craft bazaar.


Agra (1 night)

Days  ( 3 - 4 )



Home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort, the city of Agra throngs with tourists all year round. Reminiscent of the glory that was once the Mogul Empire, this city is seeping in history and gorgeous architecture.


Guided tour of Agra, located on the banks of the river Yamuna. Agra is best known the world over as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its 3 grandiose monuments Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Visit the sublime white marbled mausoleum of theTajMahalat sunrise and sunset; see the Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah; admire the magnificent Agra Fort and the Akbar Mausoleum in Sikandra. Enjoy a decorated tonga ride (a horse drawn carriage, popular in olden days) through the fabled city.


Jaipur (2 nights)

Days  ( 4 - 6 )



The capital city of the desert state of Rajasthan, Jaipur is reminiscent of the royal way of life that was once integral to this region. Today it is fondly referred to as the “Pink City” because of the trademark structures that sit here.


Explore the Amber Fort, the Albert Hall, City Palace, the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) and the world's largest stone observatory - the Jantar Mantar. See the Govind Devji Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, the Lakshmi Narayan and Ganesh Temples; visit the amazing Jaigarh and Nahargarh Forts and Raj Mandir Cinema. Enjoy a ride on a decorated Elephant's till the courtyard of the palace.


Nimaj (2 nights)

Days  ( 6 - 8 )



The fascinating town of Nimaj is a part of the Pali district in Rajasthan. It has a rich history embroiled with Marwar tradition that makes it a much sought after tourist locale. Years ago, the creator of Jodhpur, Rao Jodha Ji established his grandson as the regent of Nimaj. Descendants of the just rulers are the Thakurs of Nimaj who are fondly known as “Marwar ra Bhad Kiwad", associating them with the impenetratable gates of the citadel of Marwar.


A visit to the rural village guided by the local people to these settlements makes one understand the traditional, rural Rajasthani lifestyle.


Jodhpur (2 nights)

Days  ( 8 - 10 )



Often referred to as the “Sun City”, it is named so because of the bright sunny weather that continues to bless these lands all year round. This enchanting dessert city was founded by the then chief of the Rathore Clan, Rao Jodha way back in 1459. Formerly referred to as Marwar, this is the second largest city in the state and offers charming experiences through the Old and New parts.


Explore The Meherangarh Fort is one of the most impressive in Rajasthan. Jodhpur's colourful and vibrant market is an atmospheric collection of bustling stalls selling leather goods, spices and silks.


Narlai (1 night)

Days  ( 10 - 11 )



Narlai in the state of Rajasthan is a fascinating yet tranquil desert village. It is positioned at the foothills of a knoll that hosts the towering effigy of an elephant. Narlai is a charming tourist locale that is visited by travelers touring Rajasthan when they seek a peaceful retreat. Shrines in the region are mostly places of Hindu and Jain worship of which the Adinath and Shiva temples hold eminence.


The village itself is interesting to explore. Visit the temple where a miraculous flame is reputed to have burnt for centuries, producing saffron instead of soot. Wishes made here are said to come true.


Udaipur (2 nights)

Days  ( 11 - 13 )



Udaipur is a noted tourist destination in Rajasthan and is considered one of the most beautiful cities in India. The city looks marvelous with Lake Pichola on one side and the Aravalli ranges on the other. Besides, Udaipur is also dotted with beautiful palaces, havelis, and forts that remind us of the wonderful architecture of the past.


In Udaipur, embark on a tour of this lovely city which will include the City Palace, Jagdish Temple and a boat ride on scenic Lake Pichola. Take a trip to Haldighati in the Aravalli hills (40km); visit the Eklingji Shiva temple near Devigarh; explore the impressive temple ruins at Nagda (22 km).


Mumbai (2 nights)

Days  ( 13 - 15 )



The Island city of Mumbai was originally an archipelago of Bombay Island, Colaba, Worli, Parel, Mazagaon, Mahim, and Old Woman's Island. The west coast based city capital of Maharashtra has a cosmopolitan way of life and hosts a number of beaches that attract tourists.

Apart from being known as the nucleus of Bollywood; Mumbai showcases distinctive architectural styles. Old buildings in the city are a merge of Gothic Revival and Indo-Saracenic styles making them an intriguing highlight for tourists.


Explore Mumbai (Bombay).. the most populous Indian city..A veritable cultural potpourri! visit the Gateway of India - a historic landmark; Drive past through High Court, Mumbai University, scenic Marine Drive (Pearl's Necklace), Flora Fountain, Asiatic Libray, Prince of Wales Museum; Pass by Victoria Terminus Railway Station, Municipal Corporation Building; Visit Hanging Gardens, Kamala Nehru Park, Mani Bhavan, Dhobi Ghat, Crawford Market, Partially glimpse the Parsi Tower of Silence from afar while driving past. Explore vibrant Markets and Bazaars.

Visit the Elephanta Caves, a complex of ancient rock-cut cave temples on Elephanta Island, dating back to 600 AD, an hours ferry ride off Mumbai. Deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, explore this quiet and picturesque island teeming with light-green foliage and scampering monkeys. Stroll the caves; see the enormous Mahesamurti statue depicting Shiva's 3 faces - an enigmatic image of Trimurthi Sadasiva; see a 20 pillared hall, an enshrined Shivalingam and lots more.

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