Day 12: Jodhpur
The day is yours to visit the places of interest like the Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace & Jaswant Thada.
Day 13: Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Kumbhalgarh (230 KM)
After Breakfast it’ll be time to bid adieu to “the blue city” and take your journey further south towards Ranakpur, a
small town located in a wooded valley on the western side of the Aravali range, famous for the white marble Jaintemple with intricate carvings. Your final destination today will be a small village of Kelwara situated 6 KM fromKumbhalgarh.
Day 14: Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur (130 KM)
The Mewar fortress of Kumbhalgarh is a remarkable battlement surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary, home to a verylarge variety of wild life, some of which are highly endangered species. This impregnable fort fell only once to thecombined forces of four kingdoms including Emperor Akbar.
After visiting the Kumbhalgarh Fort you’ll be proceedi
ngto Udaipur, the city of lakes.
Day 15: Udaipur
Udaipur, a tourists delight as it is, will most likely have you spending the next two days visiting all it has to offer.
Day 16: Udaipur
The last evening in Udaipur will be a great time to absorb the stun
ning views of the “Pichola Lake” from the sunset
point or one of the numerous roof-top restaurants lining the "ghats" around the lake and reminiscing the past fewdays after you left Bharatpur, as the sun sets.
Day 17: Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Bijaipur (150 KM)
Heading north-east from Udaipur, you first stop today will be the spectacular fort of Chittorgarh, one of the most
romantic of Rajasthan’s fortifications.
After a visit to the Fort,
you’ll ride further 40 KM to Castle Bijaipur, now a
heritage hotel and your destination of the day.
Day 18: Bijaipur - Bundi (150 KM)
About 150 Km north-east of Bijaipur lies the quaint town of Bundi. Site of yet another impressive fort, the Taragarh, itis also known particularly for its architectural note seen in its ornate forts, palaces, and step-well reservoirs known as
Day 19: Bundi - Ranthambhore National Park (120 KM)
Today’s destination lies further north
-east of Bundi and is home to the famous Royal Bengal Tiger. Situated in SawaiMadhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, Ranthambhore was formerly the hunting grounds for the Maharajahs of Jaipur before Indian independence.
Day 20: Ranthambhore
Ranthambhore, now a Project Tiger reserve since 1973, is also home to other major wild animals including theleopard, nilgai, dhole, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear, chital and a variety of birds & reptiles. A typical day atRanthambhore starts with a pre dawn wildlife safari which lasts about 2-3 hours. The rest of the day can be anopportunity for relaxation, exploration or contemplation depending on your inclination. After lunch you head out againtowards the national park, a nice afternoon ride to visit the 1000 year old Ranthambhore fort and watch the sunset.
Day 21: Ranthambhore - Bharatpur (235 KM)
Today you’ll saddle
-up one last time and head back to Bharatpur.
Having gone a full circle around Rajasthan you’llbe “homing” back to this bird sanctuary. Today’s “Farewell” dinner will be a special occasion.
Day 22: Bharatpur - New Delhi
l be time to say your good-
bye’s to your fellow travelers & Rajasthan.
You will be boarding the MUV againwhich will take you back to New Delhi (about 6 hours) and drop you to a convenient location (like Connaught Place)
which shall be the “end” of your
If you’ve purchased a “Farewell”
you’ll be transferred to the hotel where
your accommodation has been arranged.
Rajasthan South & east -14n/15d
Day 01: New Delhi - Agra - Bharatpur (260 KM)