Desert tour of Rajasthan is the best combination of the areas which shows you the real desert as well as living style in these conditions. Rajasthan is well known for desert and Rajasthan is the only state where every traveler love to saw huge desert.
Explore the antique history that fills Delhi’s classic streets and unruffled gardens.
A remote feudal principality in the centre of the Shekhawati region - Mandawa referred to as the "open art gallery" of Rajasthan.
Khimsar - Nestled at the edge of the Thar Desert.
Bikaner is a vibrant, dust-swirling desert town with a fabulous fort and an energising outpost feel.
Jaisalmer draws inspiration from the designs of the royal caravan sites of Rajputana, blending their dash and vivacity with modern amenities and services.
Jodhpur, the heart of Rajasthan and the majestic jewel of her eternal crown, illuminate the Thar, enriching the desert with entrepreneurship, scholarship and art.
(Day 1) : Arrive in the incredible City of Delhi, the Capital of India & transfer to Ranthambhore
(Day 2) : Transfer to Mandawa and bystander the distinguished havelis of the Mandawa
(Day 3) : Transfer to Khimsar and explore the Thar
(Day 4) : Transfer to Bikaner & The imposing palaces, beautiful and richly sculptured temples of red and yellow sand stones display some of the finest creations of Rajput civilization. It's lust for "desert" or affection for "desert" that tickles every heart to visit Bikaner.
(Day 5) : Transfer to Jaisalmer - a city that has come back almost from the dead in the past half-century, Jaisalmer may be remote but it’s certainly not forgotten – indeed it’s one of Rajasthan’s biggest tourist destinations.
(Day 6) : A Sam Desert Nights is one and only Nightlife club in thar Desert. It is a Fusion of culture where Traditional meets Western.
(Day 7) : Transfer to Osian - the Thar Desert, and has been known as the "Khajuraho of Rajasthan" for its temples.
(Day 8) : Transfer to Jodhpur - A tribute to the architectural heritage of Jodhpur, the Gateway Hotel Jodhpur stretches across 28 acres and is great for business travellers and holidaymakers.
(Day 9) : Drop at Jodhpur Airport & Depart for Home
Desert Tour start with this most famous city in world. Our representative will meet & greet you at Airport or Railway Station with warm welcome and take you the your booked hotel. first of all you will visit old Delhi which covers the most attraction points like The Raj Ghat, Red fort & Jama Masjid are important places to visit, you may also visit Chandni Chowk, spice market etc. Later on proceed to visit the New Delhi. The Qutub Minar, tallest stone tower in India, imposing India Gate and the Rastrapathi Bhawan, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Lotus Temple and, newly built Akshardham temple are of much significance. By the end of evening return to your hotel for overnight stay.
Early morning after breakfast start for Mandawa. Mandawa is well known for its Royal Haveli’s made in ancient Indian and Mughal architecture. Enjoy and feel the royalty. Later evening transferred back to hotel for overnight stay.
After breakfast, depart for Khimsar by road. On your arrival in Khimsar check-into the Khimsar Fort . Late afternoon Black buck safari followed by picnic tea on the nearby Sand Dunes. Overnight at the Khimsar Fort.
Take Breakfast and get ready to visit Bikaner which is also known as the Food Hub of Rajasthan. Visit Junagarh Fort and other monuments. Enroute visit the famous karni mata temple (Rat Temple). Remember to purchase the world famous Bikaneri Bhujia and late evening back to hotel for rest.
In the light of the desert beyond Bikaner you embark on your journey out of the city and onward to Jaisalmer, considered to be the Golden City of India. Once there it is impossible not to notice the towering fort that stands atop a hill in the city centre. The rest of the homes, shops, restaurants, and hotels wrap around the fortress’s base. The fort looks as though it were made from the very sand that surrounds Jaisalmer, giving it that golden sheen in the afternoon light. 99 bastions encircle the twisting and turning lanes where shops are draped in spectacular embroideries. The 12th century construction is layered with three walls, from the solid stone blocks of the lowest bastions that were reinforced with loose rubble, to the inner walls where the Rajput once hurled oil and water onto their enemies. Around 3,000 people continue to reside within the honeycomb lanes. Children rush along the cobblestone and women sew beneath the translucent shade of stretching cloth. In the evening you can sit on the roof of your hotel and watch the fortress glow beneath the lively starlight of the clear desert sky. Stay overnight into Jaisalmer.
Today you will have an early breakfast before setting out into the desert to meet your new guide who will take you to the horizon filled with sand dunes on a spectacular camel safari. The camel has a rich history within the region. You can climb aboard the camel as it is led along the flat and speckled desert expanse until you reach the Sam Sand Dunes where the romantic image of the Thar Desert comes to fruition. The sweeping, undulating landscape looks like sandy waves in the morning light, brushing against the skyline. Back in the city you find yourself strolling beneath the Patwa-ki-Haveli, the largest mansion in Jaisalmer. Its intricate stone placement divides its interior into five sections each dating back to the 19th century, evoking a richness of the past and connecting to the immaculate discoveries of the day. Stay overnight into Jaisalmer.
After breakfast drive to Osian, Situated north of Jodhpur, Osian is famous for its Hindu and Jain temples. Surrounded by golden sand dunes and little hamlets, Osian provides a magical experience and transports one back in time. Because of the temple sculptures, some very erotic, Osian is also known as Khajuraho of Rajasthan. Osian was earlier known as Upakesapura. It was a prominent trading center on the Silk Route from 8th to 12th century AD. Besides being a trade centre, Osian was also a major pilgrimage centre during Gurjara Pratihara dynasty who ruled much of Northern India from 6th to the 11th centuries.
Osian is a famous pilgrimage site of the Jains of the Oswal Jain community. Famous for its temples, most of the shrines of Osian lie in ruins today. Amongst the most famous tourist attractions of the village are the 16 temples that include Sacchayee Mata temple, Sun temple, Mahaveera Jain temple, etc. dating back to 8th to 11th century. The Sun Temple, Sachiya Mata Temple and the Jain temple dedicated to Lord Mahavir stand out in their grace and architecture. Intricate carvings are a common feature of all the temples. Apart from the temples, Osian is also popular for camel safaris in the desert.
After breakfast you will depart for Jodhpur as the blue homes of the old city and delightful spices of the ancient trade linger farther and farther away. The majesty of the buildings that rise along the mountainside brings a vibrant collection of blue cubes stretching over six miles long around a 16th century wall. When you begin to meander through the streets the delicate aroma of fresh chapatti, traditional flat bread, swirls through the air, along with a blend of traditional spice and incense. MV Spices is a few streets down from the clock tower that tends to act as a marker within the winding streets of old city. From vanilla to pink peppercorn, masala to mutton, they have traded the sensual flavors and delicate aromas for centuries. Mehrangarh, an impregnable fortress stands 360 feet above the city along the rocky hill. When you stand along ramparts that swell between 12 and 102 feet tall you can look out over the painted buildings and cobblestone streets, understanding the exceptional beauty of the city.
Accommodation on Twin Sharing basis
Buffet Breakfast + Dinner At Sam & Osian
01 Bishnoi Village Camel Safari For 2 Pax
01 Camel Safari at Sam Dunes For 2 Pax
Campfire & Cultural Programme at Sam
All Toll Parking, DA
All Sightseeing as per itinerary
Arrival / Departure Assistance
Good Experienced driver with cell phone
Air Fare / Train Fare
Additional Sightseeing or Extra usage of Vehicle other then mentioned in the Itinerary
Guide Charges & Entrances Charges
Anything which is not include in the inclusion