Rajasthan 13 Nights 14 Days Tour

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14 Days 13 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Unlimited

Languages

English, Hindi

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Rajasthan 13 Nights 14 Days Tour

Rajasthan 13 Nights 14 Days Tour : In one journey, Tripazzi Tours gives you a taste of Rajasthan and a sense of all its characters. Millions of tourists flock to Rajasthan to see the colorful turbans against a dusty terrain, the prints, puppetry, arts and crafts, cafes, and beautiful architecture.

Jaipur, India’s Pink City, will engross you in its sandstone architecture, which stands out in the city’s distinctively planned layout.

With its frescoes, arts, and peculiar desert scenery, the Shekhawati area welcomes you. Explore Jodhpur, a blue city perched on a rocky slope overlooking the Thar Desert.

The Mehrangarh Fort, which is still ruled by the Maharaja of Jodhpur, dominates the Sun City’s skyline. A visit to Rajasthan is never complete without a trip in Udaipur, which will keep you occupied with its lakes, temples, and museums. Visiting Chandelao and Siana will put you in touch with communities that have long been a part of rural Rajasthan. Visiting a shepherd’s settlement, learning carpentry skills, and purchasing Craft work at Chandelao aids the community directly.

Activities:

Activities include tie-dyeing, responsible shopping, folk dance performances, puppet shows, fresco studies, trekking, camel safaris, carpentry and pottery workshops, Panther Trail, Bazaar walks, and more.

Route:

Jaipur -> Nawalgarh -> Khimsar -> Chandelao -> Rohetgarh -> Siana -> Udaipur

Day 1 Jaipur      

Fly to Jaipur, the pink city. Spend the day relaxing and meandering through the dimly lighted city, learning about Rajasthan’s capital, which is recognised for its town planning. Evening: Attend a neighboring village’s Folk and Puppetry program me. Meet the real deal entertainers.

Day 2 Jaipur

Look up to the city palace for the flag, and if you see it, you know the Maharaja is there! Take a walk around the city and observe how it was built. You have the option of touring Amber Fort or engaging in ethical shopping at fair trade stores. Jaipur is where you will spend the night.

Day 3 Jaipur–Nawalgarh

The following morning, drive towards Rajasthan’s semi-arid Shekhawati district (4 hours). Explore the culture of a rustic existence by going on a village tour.

Nawalgarh is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 4 Nawalgarh

Make some bangles for yourself and learn how to knot and dye. Workshops will have you engrossed for the duration of the day. You’ll be tempted to buy something  directly from the artists.

Nawalgarh is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 5 Nawalgarh–Khimsar

desert camp/fort or delicately designed desert camp/fort Allow the magnificent sunset to lull you to sleep.

Khimsar is where we will spend the night.

Day 6 Khimsar

Visit a neighboring Weaver’s Center, which has been involving local women from nearby villages and is financed by a local foundation. Interact with the women to learn about their backgrounds. Take it easy for the remainder of the day.

Khimsar is where we will spend the night.

Day 7 Khimsar–Chandelao 

Leave for Chandelao, a charming village where you may sample some of the best cuisine and meet some of the most interesting people, including potters, craftspeople, and folk artists. The hosts will ensure that your stay is one to remember. Take a camel-paced ‘sundowner’ journey.

Chandelao is where we will spend the night.

Day 8 Chandelao 

You can visit the local markets in Piper or visit a neighboring refuge to observe migratory birds. The inhabitants will tell you about the fort’s history and how the feudal system operates over lunch or dinner.

Chandelao is where we will spend the night.

Day 9 Chandelao–Rohet

Drive to Rohetgarh (3 hours); stop at Jodhpur to see the massive Mehrangarh Fort; meander through the passages, stories, and history. Drive to Rohet through the Bishnoi villages. The Bishnois are regarded for being the first environmentalists who were willing to die to safeguard the environment. You will undoubtedly be inspired by their willpower. Rohetgarh’s current kings are recognised for their friendliness and hospitality. The best Marwari horses in Rajasthan may be found in Rohetgarh’s stables.

Rohetgarh is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 10 Rohet

Take a stroll through Rohetgarh’s lovely village. You may simply stroll through the neighbourhood or unwind at the hotel. If you try horseback riding, it will be an unforgettable experience.

Rohetgarh is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 11 Rohet – Siana

Drive to Siana, a charming tiny town that is a lesser-known Rajasthani destination. The hospitality of hosts is well-known. The constellations will be your guide by evening.

Siana is where I’ll be spending the night.

Day 12 Siana

Take a stroll through the village and learn about Siana’s carpenter culture. See the work of a traditional carpenter by visiting their home. Drive through the dry riverbed to meet the Rabari community, the region’s traditional shepherds. The sheep will keep you company while you explore the village. At dusk, go on a panther safari and then return to enjoy some astronomy.

Siana is where I’ll be spending the night.

Day 13 Siana–Udaipur  

The Aravalli’s greet you as you approach Udaipur, and you may appreciate the various views along the journey. Take a stroll among the lakes and narrow streets, each with its own personality.

Udaipur is where you will spend the night.

Day 14 Udaipur–Jaipur/Mumbai

Over lunch by the lake, you can reminisce about your vacation. Take a stroll through the bazaar streets and pick up some wooden toys and genuine silver jewelry. Take a train or a flight to Jaipur/Mumbai.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Rajasthan 13 Nights 14 Days Tour : In one journey, Tripazzi Tours gives you a taste of Rajasthan and a sense of all its characters. Millions of tourists flock to Rajasthan to see the colorful turbans against a dusty terrain, the prints, puppetry, arts and crafts, cafes, and beautiful architecture.
  • Jaipur, India's Pink City, will engross you in its sandstone architecture, which stands out in the city's distinctively planned layout.
  • With its frescoes, arts, and peculiar desert scenery, the Shekhawati area welcomes you. Explore Jodhpur, a blue city perched on a rocky slope overlooking the Thar Desert.
  • The Mehrangarh Fort, which is still ruled by the Maharaja of Jodhpur, dominates the Sun City's skyline. A visit to Rajasthan is never complete without a trip in Udaipur, which will keep you occupied with its lakes, temples, and museums. Visiting Chandelao and Siana will put you in touch with communities that have long been a part of rural Rajasthan. Visiting a shepherd's settlement, learning carpentry skills, and purchasing Craft work at Chandelao aids the community directly.
  • Activities:
  • Activities include tie-dyeing, responsible shopping, folk dance performances, puppet shows, fresco studies, trekking, camel safaris, carpentry and pottery workshops, Panther Trail, Bazaar walks, and more.

Itinerary

Fly to Jaipur, the pink city. Spend the day relaxing and meandering through the dimly lighted city, learning about Rajasthan's capital, which is recognised for its town planning. Evening: Attend a neighboring village's Folk and Puppetry program me. Meet the real deal entertainers.

Look up to the city palace for the flag, and if you see it, you know the Maharaja is there! Take a walk around the city and observe how it was built. You have the option of touring Amber Fort or engaging in ethical shopping at fair trade stores. Jaipur is where you will spend the night.

The following morning, drive towards Rajasthan's semi-arid Shekhawati district (4 hours). Explore the culture of a rustic existence by going on a village tour. Nawalgarh is where you'll spend the night.

Make some bangles for yourself and learn how to knot and dye. Workshops will have you engrossed for the duration of the day. You'll be tempted to buy something directly from the artists. Nawalgarh is where you'll spend the night.

desert camp/fort or delicately designed desert camp/fort Allow the magnificent sunset to lull you to sleep. Khimsar is where we will spend the night.

Visit a neighboring Weaver's Center, which has been involving local women from nearby villages and is financed by a local foundation. Interact with the women to learn about their backgrounds. Take it easy for the remainder of the day. Khimsar is where we will spend the night.

Leave for Chandelao, a charming village where you may sample some of the best cuisine and meet some of the most interesting people, including potters, craftspeople, and folk artists. The hosts will ensure that your stay is one to remember. Take a camel-paced ‘sundowner' journey. Chandelao is where we will spend the night.

You can visit the local markets in Piper or visit a neighboring refuge to observe migratory birds. The inhabitants will tell you about the fort's history and how the feudal system operates over lunch or dinner. Chandelao is where we will spend the night.

Drive to Rohetgarh (3 hours); stop at Jodhpur to see the massive Mehrangarh Fort; meander through the passages, stories, and history. Drive to Rohet through the Bishnoi villages. The Bishnois are regarded for being the first environmentalists who were willing to die to safeguard the environment. You will undoubtedly be inspired by their willpower. Rohetgarh's current kings are recognised for their friendliness and hospitality. The best Marwari horses in Rajasthan may be found in Rohetgarh's stables. Rohetgarh is where you'll spend the night.

Take a stroll through Rohetgarh's lovely village. You may simply stroll through the neighbourhood or unwind at the hotel. If you try horseback riding, it will be an unforgettable experience. Rohetgarh is where you'll spend the night.

Drive to Siana, a charming tiny town that is a lesser-known Rajasthani destination. The hospitality of hosts is well-known. The constellations will be your guide by evening. Siana is where I'll be spending the night.

Take a stroll through the village and learn about Siana's carpenter culture. See the work of a traditional carpenter by visiting their home. Drive through the dry riverbed to meet the Rabari community, the region's traditional shepherds. The sheep will keep you company while you explore the village. At dusk, go on a panther safari and then return to enjoy some astronomy. Siana is where I'll be spending the night.

The Aravalli’s greet you as you approach Udaipur, and you may appreciate the various views along the journey. Take a stroll among the lakes and narrow streets, each with its own personality. Udaipur is where you will spend the night.

Over lunch by the lake, you can reminisce about your vacation. Take a stroll through the bazaar streets and pick up some wooden toys and genuine silver jewelry. Take a train or a flight to Jaipur/Mumbai.

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