Classic Rajasthan

The Taj Mahal (Agra)

The Taj Mahal is the epitome of Mughal art and one of the most famous buildings in the world. Built in 22 years (1631-1653) with the orders of emperor Shah Jahan and it was dedicated to his wife Mumtaz Mahal. 22,000 worker worked to build the Taj.

Stunning Palace architecture of Rajasthan

The Royals and their retreats define the finest that luxury can offer in the Indian state of Rajasthan

The Humayun's Tomb (Delhi)

Humayun's tomb is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun in Delhi, The tomb was commissioned by Humayun's first wife Bega Begum in 1569-70.

The Deogarh Palace

Meet the royals at Deogarh and stay at their beautiful palace.

The Delhi Fort

The Udaipur lake

The India Gate

(New Delhi)

The Classic Rajasthan tour covers the main highlights of North India and Rajasthan region. Your Classic Rajasthan tour takes you into the Royal State of Rajasthan also know as ”The Land of the Kings”. This is where you explore majestic forts and stay in impressive palaces. The region gives you ample time to discover the countryside of rural Rajasthan. After Rajasthan you head to Agra to admire the unmatched beauty of the Taj Mahal.

Later, you go on a private guided tour of New Delhi, the capital city of India and move south to finish the tour with an excursion to visit Elephanta Caves - the famous rock cut architecture of the 5th and 8th century at Elephanta Island near Mumbai.


Tour Highlights

  • Visit the most romantic city of India, Udaipur.
  • Discover rural rumble of Deogarh along with picnic lunches.
  • Explore the most impressive Mehrangarh fort.
  • Admire unique artistic mastery of the Amber Fort.
  • Stay at luxury palaces of royal families.
  • Admire enchanting beauty of the Taj.

Quick Specs

Duration : 15 Days

Price : Call +44 (0) 131 202 6438

Season : October to March

Level : Easy ( What's this?) Easy: Flights / Vehicle / First Class Train based touring or walking on flat or gently graded terrain for up to a 1 or 2 hours. Comfortable accommodations with private bath facilities.
Moderate: Longer days of more rigorous touring, perhaps very rough roads or longer, steeper walks, some travel by overnight or day trains. May include stay in simple hotels with basic facilities at some destinations in camps with good facilities.
Difficult: Strenuous horse or camel riding, walking in mountains or lowland jungle for more than five hours a day. May include extensive camping or stay in lodges with basic facilities.

Itinerary Brief

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We will be happy to go though the tour costs / to what this tour includes, excludes and how we can customise it to your taste.

Add-on Options

Add ons to customise this itinerary:

  • Stay at the grand Lake palace at Udaipur, one of the romantic cities of India.
  • 2 night's extension two Jaisalmer also known as "The Golden City" and experience the spectacular Thar desert of Rajasthan.
  • A couple of night's extension to Ranthambhore in search of Royal Bengal Tiger, an endangered species of wild animals.
  • A couple of night's trip to Varanasi, a holy city of hindus compared to Nineveh of Biblical times.
  • 3 night's extension to Rishikesh to refresh and rejuvenate.

How it works:

We can customise our tour programmes to make the journey to suit you, as our tours in this e-brochure are based on a minimum of 2 persons travelling together by air, train and chauffeur driven car. Throughout your tour experienced representatives and knowledgeable local guides, where appropriate, will assist you. Accommodation arranged in star luxury hotels and palaces or charming heritage hotels.

Hotels used in this itinerary:

Deogarh Palace (Deogarh)
Taj Mahal Hotel (Mumbai)

Day 1: Mumbai
Day 2: Mumbai / Udaipur
Day 3: Udaipur
Day 4: Udaipur / Deogarh
Day 5: Deogarh
Day 6: Deogarh / Jodhpur
Day 7: Jodhpur
Day 8: Jodhpur / Jaipur
Day 9: Jaipur
Day 10: Jaipur / Agra
Day 11: Agra  / Delhi
Day 12: Delhi
Day 13: Delhi / Mumbai
Day 14: Mumbai
Day 15: Mumbai / Departure

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