Rajasthan Tour Package From Kolkata

Rajasthan Tour Package From Kolkata
Duration:- 9 Nights / 10 Days
Places Covered:- Kolkata – Delhi – Nawalgarh – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Pushkar – Jaipur – Udaipur – Mount Abu – Shekhawati Region - Delhi

Kolkata, the name itself is a synonym of culture and traditions it is a beautiful city Bengali culture of which make the place attracting. Kolkata is also known as City of Joy. The city ever since from the colonial era places an important role in Indian economy, politics and even art and crafts. Various prominent personalities such as Rabindranath Tagore, Satyajeet Ray and many more emerged from this marvelous city. Not only the art and culture of the city is famous but the historical sites are also worth watching that you can see while being on 10 Days Striking Rajasthan Tour Packages from Kolkata. Through this tour package you will be getting a chance to experience the eastern and the western culture of the country. From Bengali Rosogulla to Rajasthani Ghevar, you will experience each and every thing that will linger in your memories for the lifetime.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 – Kolkata Arrival

The tour will start with your arrival at Kolkata. On your arrival you will be received by our representative. He will escort you to your hotel. The remaining day will be at your description.

Day 2 – Kolkata Excursion

The next morning after you have your scrumptious breakfast in the hotel you will start exploring Kolkata and its major tourist destinations. The places that you will be visiting are –

Howrah Bridge – This is the 6th longest cantilever bridge in the world which is quite popular among the travellers. It is considered as the major National Landmarks in India. The bridge is often called RabindraSethu, named after prominent Bengali literary figure Rabindranath Tagore.

Victoria Memorial –Overlooking mesmerizing River Hoogly, Victoria Memorial is a colonial structure that is dedicated in the memory of Queen Victoria. Today the place is working as museum with numerous of antiques from different historical era of Indian history.

The Indian Museum – It is the largest and the oldest Indian museum established in 1814 AD. Museum is classified into 6 section and 35 galleries with numerous of antiques, artifacts, paintings and mummies and etc.

You will be back to your hotel for overnight stay.

Day 3 – Kolkata to Delhi (Via Flight)

The next morning you will start your day with healthy breakfast. You will later drive to Kolkata Airport and fly towards capital of India, Delhi. One of the most beautiful places in terms of tourism, Delhi welcomes you with all open arms on your arrival.

Later you will be shifted to your hotel. Have your lunch and then you will start with half day Delhi sightseeing. You will visit places of Old Delhi and New Delhi that include –

Red Fort –This mesmerizing fort is beautiful and is one of its kinds. Red Fort was built in 1639 by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and remained as residence of Mughal emperor for centuries. Today National Flag is hoist here by PM of India on every Republic Day.

Jama Masjid –Jama Masjid was built during Shah Jahan’s reign. It is also called Masjid-I-Jahan Numa. The architecture is the oldest and largest Indian mosque. Eid is the best time to visit Jama Masjid. Ramadan multiplies the bustling of the area when streets are filled with Iftar Meal and various stalls.

Qutub Minar – This minaret is another attraction that dates back 1000 years old. It is a UNESCO declared world heritage site. Qutub Minar is the part of Qutub Complex where other monuments are also established such as Quwwat-Ul-Islam Mosue, Alai Darwaza, Iron Pillar, Alai Minar and many more.

In the evening you will take a quick tour to the Parliament House, President House, and India Gate and to Candni Chowk. You will return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 4 – Delhi to Nawalgarh

On the 4th morning you will be starting your day with healthy breakfast and then you will start travelling towards Rajasthan and the place where you will drive first is the town of Nawalgarh. In next 5 and a half hour you will reach at Nawalgarh.

You will be shifted to your hotel on arrival and later start exploring famous havelis of Nawalgarh. In your half day sightseeing you will visit Morarka Haveli, The Poddar Haveli and RoopNiwas Palace.

Return to your hotel, take your dinner and go for overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 5 – Nawalgarh to Bikaner

The following day after you have your breakfast you will get deep into the charismatic state of Rajasthan towards the city of Bikaner. You will reach Bikaner in approx 4 hours. On your arrival you will be transferred to your hotel. Have some rest and freshen up.

Later start with half day sightseeing in Bikaner where you will travel to –

Karni Mata Temple – Famous as DeshnokKarni Mata Temple, the shrine is famous as the house of numerous rats (locally called Kabbas) which are more than 25000 in numbers. The temple is 600 years old. Devotees worships these rats and feed them with milk and Prasad.

Junagarh Fort – This historical fort was built in 1478 by RaoBika. The 600 year old fort is still impressive and fascinates travelers from all over the world. With rectangular layout this architecture is boasted with various culture of Rajputs, Mughals, Gujaratis and semi-western.

Return to your hotel and make an overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 6 – Bikaner to Jaisalmer

In the morning you will take special breakfast of Bikaner, the city which is also known for serving delicious Indian snacks such as BikaneriBhujia. Later you will travel towards the Golden City of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer.
Jaisalmer is beautiful city which is compacting with the edifices that are built with yellow sandstones. When the sunrays falls on these monuments, the architectures reflects the golden hues thus city is often called Golden City. You will reach at Jaisalmer after 5 and a half hour and shifted to your hotel.

Start half day sightseeing in Jaisalmer after taking some rest. You will visit places such as –

Sam Sand Dunes – In the evening you will visit Sam Sand Dunes. Travellers specially foreign travellers love travelling to this place. You will love the camel safari, desert safari and the dun bashing at Sam Sand Dunes.

Jain Temples ­ It is a prominent temple that holds a significant place in Jainism. The temple is boasting the Dilwara style architecture.

Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 7 – Jaisalmer Excursion

Take your breakfast in hotel in the morning and later you will start exploring various major destination of Jodhpur. You will visit places like –

Jaisalmer Fort – Popularly known as Golden Fort, Jaisalmer Fort is a UNESCO declared world heritage site. Built in 1156 AD the fortress formerly called Trikut Garh and later called Sonar Quila by the locals. The fort is boasting a whole mini-town within that holds houses, temples, shops and even restaurants.

BadaBagh – It is a cenotaph that are basically chhatris of Maharajas of Jaisalmer. Located amidst the sand dunes, BadaBagh is quite an interesting place to visit.

Kuldhara Village –It is a famous haunted village in Rajasthan that is abandoned 200 years back. Legend has that the village is abandoned in a single night with a curse to not to in habitat again ever. Watching the crumbling houses of the then era will chill your spine.

Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 8 - Travelling to Jodhpur and Excursion

Have your scrumptious breakfast in the morning and then you will be started travelling towards Sun City of India, Jodhpur. Jodhpur the second largest city of Rajasthan is known for its rich history, amazing tourist sites, sweet dialect and welcoming culture.

You will arrive at Jodhpur in 5 hours and later you will be shifted to hotel. Freshen up and start exploring half day Jodhpur sightseeing excursion. You will visit –

Mehrangarh Fort – This is the biggest forts in India and it took 500 years to build this majestic mausoleum. Various Hollywood movies shot here. Sheesh Mahal and Phool Mahal are major attractions of the fort. Mehrangarh Museum within is compacting with Elephant’s Howdahs, Palanquins, DaulatKhana, Armory, and Turban Gallery.

Umaid Bhawan Palace – One of the newest Indian palaces is the largest private residence in the world. The palace is managed by Taj group and is now serving as the heritage hotel. Museum in the palace has collection of photographs, arms, clocks and stuffed animals.

By the end of the day you will return to your hotel and make an overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 9 – Travelling towards Jaipur via Pushkar

Get your 9th day started with scrumptious breakfast and then you will check-out from the hotel and start driving towards Jaipur. En-Route you will visit Pushkar, the holy city of India.

Pushkar is a divine city that is compacting with hundreds of small and big temples exploring which will be a memorable experience. In Pushkar you will be taken to ghats of Pushkar surrounded by temples, sadhus and swrlling smoke of Agarbattis. You will be also taken towards the renowned Brahmma Temple. This is the only temple in world dedicated to Lord Brhamma.

You will drive towards Jaipur. Upon arrival you will be sent to your hotel. Freshen up and in the evening you will visit Chokhi Dhani for savoring scrumptious Rajasthani Dinner.

You will be back to your hotel and make an overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 10 – Jaipur Excursion

Have your day started with mouth-watering breakfast. Later you will visit to various Jaipur sightseeing places. You will visit places such as

Amber Fort –This is a magnificent fort which is filled with numerous of stories of bygone Rajputi era. Elephant Safari at Amber Fort is mesmerizing. Sheesh Mahal and Shila Mata temple are two major attractions of the fort.

Hawa Mahal – This is a beautiful monument that is located in the heart of the city. Hawa Mahal is also called palace of winds. From atop of the palace one can view spectacular view of City Palace, Jantar Mantar and hustling Siredeori Bazar.

City Palace – The charming palace which is perfect example of royalty of Rajasthan is quite fascinating. The City Palace is one of the favorite destinations for Bollywood and Hollywood film makers.

Jantar Mantar – It is an astronomical marvel that holds everyone’s eye in it. It was built to calculate the solar and astronomical readings. It is the biggest among all the five Jantar Mantars in India. It is also listed among UNESCO world heritage sites.

Return to hotel after full day sightseeing.

Day 11 – Jaipur to Delhi

You will start your day with healthy breakfast and then you will be off to Delhi. On Delhi arrival you will be transferred to International Delhi airport. You will board on a flight to your destination onwards.

Note: Tajmahal remains closed on Fridays Red Fort, Akshardham & Lotus Temple remains closed on Mondays
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