Rajasthan tailor made vacation, India
Delve a dazzling panoply of India's historical wonders amid the myriad charms of Rajasthan, from the Taj Mahal and 'Pink City' of Jaipur to the medieval jewel of Jaisalmer.
Tour of historic Delhi Taj Mahal Palaces, forts and temples of Jaipur Historic architecture in Bikaner City, Jodphur and Udaipur 12th century Jaisalmer Rajasthan village food experience Option of visit to Varanasi and temples of Khajuraho.
£755To£900 excluding flights
Price includes stay with breakfast,local sight seeing with guide & all entrances.Train journey by AC class.All road transfers by AC Car 755.00 GBP per person based on a minimum of 4 pax 900.00 GBP based on a minimum of 2 pax.
Description of Rajasthan tailor made vacation, India
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year and can be adapted to suit your requirements for 2 to 12 people. The best time to go is October to June.
3 Reviews of Rajasthan tailor made vacation, India
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 04 Mar 2020 by Ann DieckmannFabulous!....It was a vacation of lots of highlights, but Udaipur, the Taj and Varanasi were all amazing Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Nov 2016 by Kevin VarleyI went with some expectations and it blew away all of my preconceptions and totally wowed me. Read full review
Reviewed on 15 Apr 2013 by Itay MehlThe vacation was good...Visit to Cochin in Kerala. The Taj Malabar is a unique one!!! And also Usaipur, the city is great and the Leela palace hotel is a must seen. Read full review
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Planet and peopleThis is a different kind of a trip as compared to other cultural trips as our emphasis is to use only heritage old palaces & Havelis so that the revenue generated can go straight to the local owners of these buildings and they can continue maintaining their heritage buildings. All the owners of the heritage properties employ 90% local staff so you can see from the way they talk and interact with the clients that they are keeping the local tradition of Rajasthan still alive. A briefing is given at the time of arrival of all the clients that they should honour the local culture of the destinations they are going to visit.
At Jaisalmer Sand Dunes, a typical Rajasthani village is created for this evening with mud walls gaily painted with an entrance. Food stalls are built with thatched roofs where Rajasthani woman cook local food in traditional earthenware pots. The group members are entertained with Rajastahani Folk music and dance. The whole evening is organised by the local people who are very well paid and looked after.
We use only local guides as we feel that in Rajasthan one should have a local guide who can share his knowledge with the tourist as, in India the culture, caste and the language changes every 100km, and it becomes necessary to have local guides everywhere.
All our accommodations which we have carefully chosen are environmentally friendly and use CFL lamps for lighting to save electricity. Many of our accommodation grow their own vegetable for their daily needs in their own gardens and most of the Heritage hotels recycle waste water for gardening purposes.
On this trip we support an NGO called Jagrit who are involved in giving education, accommodation, clothing and food to small children who are found begging in railway stations. An amount of £5 per person goes to this NGO.