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Rajasthan Tour with Mount Abu

Trip code TJ0875
Theme: Historical & Cultural India
Suitable for: 16+
Group Size unlimited
Activities

Cycling & Walking

Duration: 13 Days 12 nights
Activity Level: Leisurely / Moderate
Rating:
Destinations: Agra, Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, New Delhi, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Mount Abu

Overview



Rajasthan Tour with Mount Abu

Golden triangle connects Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Delhi being the capital of India is a hub of tourist attractions, and Agra houses the splendid Taj Mahal. Jaipur, on the other hand, connects other deserted towns of Rajasthan and has magnificent medieval architectures, cultural hotspots and what not.

Taj Mahal is the highlight of the trip since it's a living miracle on earth. Locals and travelers from all over the world visit the Taj Mahal to soak up its beauty in their eyes. Mount Abu is a haven of the state, providing everyone with a chance to connect with nature, its magnanimous mountain stretching its arms to reach the blue atmosphere up there. It offers stunning views of the streaming rivers meeting the banks, the green valleys and hollow dens, or the sky turning grey on a monsoon evening.

Let's get started and not miss the opportunity to live the best days of our lives enjoying the amazing trip to the most gorgeous destinations of India in the north.


Itinerary



The guests will be received by us at the airport. Stay overnight at the pre-booked luxurious hotel in Delhi.
The guests will be taken to Qutub Minar, a UNESCO world heritage site, a historical five stories tower of height 73 meters built in 1200 AD. Then Lakshmi Narayana temple, a three-storied in red, yellow and white popularly known as Birla Mandir, dedicated to goddess Laxmi Narayan. The India Gate is often visited by a large number of enthusiastic tourists. Stay overnight in Delhi after an exhausting yet exciting day.
Post breakfast our chauffeur will take you to Agra 220kms away, A city known for the beauty of the Taj Mahal created by the artisans under Shah Jahans rule. Later, you may visit the bazaars of the city known for the clothing that talks of the mix cultures of Mughals and Hindus. Taj Mahal stands on the strong marble based architecture. The entrance with water fountains will give you a serene view.
Agra to Jaipur covers a distance of 240 km or more which takes around 5-6 hours. Jaipur is the pink city of India, beautiful and surreal. Have an insight into the flamboyant forts, Nahargarh Fort known for its sunset point. Charan Mandir whose stairways take you to the tomb where you can have a view of the entire city.
Visit Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and it is associated bazaars where you will find a mixture of cultures, population, and artifacts. Nearby will find restaurants and cafes, serving mouth-watering dishes.
Next stopover is Bikaner where you will get to visit Junagarh Fort, renowned as Old fortress. Then if you are a fauna lover, Joramal Sanctuary is a treat to the eyes. In the end, Visit religious sites, such as Hari Mahal to give you spiritual sanity.
Jaisalmer is a precious town of the state of Rajasthan located in the heart of Thar Desert. It has distinct yellow sandstone buildings, and there it got the name Golden City. Jaisalmer Fort is renowned as Sonar ka Quila.
The trip would be incomplete without a visit to the busy markets. The main sanctuary is famous and usually crowded by travelers. Do enjoy the exciting camel safari and Speak out loud in the deserts while enjoying the Golden lining over the sky of the sunset.
The line of blue-colored architecture is all that you will see when you visit the Blue city of Jodhpur. The Mehrangarh fortress is the heart of the city, which is a treasure of the bygone royal era. You will be taken to the Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal with similar architecture as that of the Fortress.
The next day, visit Jaswant Thada known as the Taj Mahal of Mewar. It was built in the memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh and serves as a cremation site of the royal family. Umaid Bhawan Museum and Public Gardens are a must-see and are visited by locals and tourists all across the globe.
The next stop of the tour, Mount Abu is a marvelous wonder, where tourists come for a thrilling adventure. You will be taken to a luxurious campsite where you will get opportunities to try various activities. You can go on trekking, mountain climbing, Paragliding and so on. The camping offers a fun time for you to dance and chill with the bonfire at the base.
The city of lakes, Udaipur is the last city left to explore and the most happening for sure. Fateh Sagar Lake serves as a site for you to enjoy river rafting and jet Skiing. You will find swimmers practicing in the deep waters. Enjoy the sunset while eating pakoras on a cold winter evening. Then you can head to the Karni Mata temple and take blessings.
The next day, Visit the famous museum of the city, City Palace. Learn about the Rajsthani culture and take way memories along from the Pichola Lake, and several other ghats.

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Sustainable Travel

Tourism can be a real help to local communities, providing income, positive cultural exchange, and a financial incentive to protect their natural environment. Ours is a 'total approach' to sustainable tourism, covering everything from the way we plan and operate our trips to the practices of Exodus as a company. 

As much as possible, we try to use accommodation that is locally owned or at least employs local staff and uses local produce. This ensures that our visit directly benefits the local community by providing them with job opportunities and a chance to generate income. Water is especially important and whilst we must stay hydrated, it is also vital to not cause too much waste from single use plastic bottles. Hence, we provide large water containers so that clients can refill their reusable water bottles.

In Jordan we are very proud to work with a local partner that received the Travelife Partner award in July 2021. Travelife is a certification system dedicated to achieving sustainable practices in the global tourism industry. In order to receive the award our Jordanian partner had to comply with over 100 criteria related to Corporate Social Responsibility. The Travelife standard is formally recognised for full compliance with the UN Sustainable Tourism Criteria.

Where Can I Travel?

Are you missing the rush of exploring somewhere new, or rediscovering hidden gems in your favourite destinations with like-minded travellers? We understand. There’s nothing like the sheer anticipation of counting down the days to your next big trip.

Our expert team is continuously reviewing the latest travel requirements at home and abroad so we can bring you the most up-to-date advice. Below, we’ve highlighted a selection of trips from destinations that are currently open for quarantine-free travel, so you can start planning your next adventure right now.

Where a country is listed as ‘Amber’, travellers from England who are fully vaccinated at least two weeks before departure can avoid quarantine on their return journey from 19th July. This rule also applies to children under 18. For people travelling from other locations, please find out the latest travel advice on our Travel Hub. Our 'Amber' destinations only include countries where the FCDO does not advise against travel. As soon as any country-level FCDO advice against travel is lifted, we will update this page.

As always, you can continue to book and travel with confidence on an Exodus trip. Not only have we been named Which? recommended provider, for the 6th consecutive year, but we also have an industry-leading booking flexibility policy in place to give our customers that added peace of mind when they travel. Find out more about your stress-free travel experience; one of the many reasons our customers have rated us ‘excellent’ on Trustpilot.

Not ready to book yet? Why not create an Exodus Wish List? We’ll let you know when your chosen country is open for travel, so you can secure your spot on that dream trip. In need of inspiration? Browse through some of our best-selling holidays to see where 2021 and 2022 will take you.


Essentials Info



Tourism can be a real help to local communities, providing income, positive cultural exchange, and a financial incentive to protect their natural environment. Ours is a 'total approach' to sustainable tourism, covering everything from the way we plan and operate our trips to the practices of Exodus as a company. 

As much as possible, we try to use accommodation that is locally owned or at least employs local staff and uses local produce. This ensures that our visit directly benefits the local community by providing them with job opportunities and a chance to generate income. Water is especially important and whilst we must stay hydrated, it is also vital to not cause too much waste from single use plastic bottles. Hence, we provide large water containers so that clients can refill their reusable water bottles.

In Jordan we are very proud to work with a local partner that received the Travelife Partner award in July 2021. Travelife is a certification system dedicated to achieving sustainable practices in the global tourism industry. In order to receive the award our Jordanian partner had to comply with over 100 criteria related to Corporate Social Responsibility. The Travelife standard is formally recognised for full compliance with the UN Sustainable Tourism Criteria.

Where Can I Travel?

Are you missing the rush of exploring somewhere new, or rediscovering hidden gems in your favourite destinations with like-minded travellers? We understand. There’s nothing like the sheer anticipation of counting down the days to your next big trip.

Our expert team is continuously reviewing the latest travel requirements at home and abroad so we can bring you the most up-to-date advice. Below, we’ve highlighted a selection of trips from destinations that are currently open for quarantine-free travel, so you can start planning your next adventure right now.

Where a country is listed as ‘Amber’, travellers from England who are fully vaccinated at least two weeks before departure can avoid quarantine on their return journey from 19th July. This rule also applies to children under 18. For people travelling from other locations, please find out the latest travel advice on our Travel Hub. Our 'Amber' destinations only include countries where the FCDO does not advise against travel. As soon as any country-level FCDO advice against travel is lifted, we will update this page.

As always, you can continue to book and travel with confidence on an Exodus trip. Not only have we been named Which? recommended provider, for the 6th consecutive year, but we also have an industry-leading booking flexibility policy in place to give our customers that added peace of mind when they travel. Find out more about your stress-free travel experience; one of the many reasons our customers have rated us ‘excellent’ on Trustpilot.

Not ready to book yet? Why not create an Exodus Wish List? We’ll let you know when your chosen country is open for travel, so you can secure your spot on that dream trip. In need of inspiration? Browse through some of our best-selling holidays to see where 2021 and 2022 will take you.


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