brahmandtour

Haveli Tour

Destination

Delhi - Agra – Jaipur - Bikaner - Alsisar

Tour Key Points

  • Enjoy the Rickshaw ride in the narrow street of the old Delhi
  • Visit to Jaipur city which is also known Pink city of Rajasthan
  • Excursion to Katraisar village by Jeep
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Rajasthan is a superb destination for magnificent and famous Havelis, whether they are nicely crafted and built homes or sophisticated artwork. Rajasthan's vibrant, brilliant, and startling Havelis resurrect the charisma and majesty of the Rajput era. Rajasthani Havelis, which cover enormous swaths of land, were previously home to monarchs, wealthy merchants and Jagirdars.

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  1. Day 01 DELHI

    You will meet and greet then transfer to the hotel, and later tour the capital of modern India, the heart of the country, an interesting mix of ancient monuments and crowded bazaars, medieval buildings and modern buildings. Visit the Raj Ghat, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Jama Masjid mosque, Humayun's tomb and the Qutb Minar tower, followed by a drive along the embankment headquarters, the Red Fort, Connaught place, the shopping area.

  2. Day 02 DELHI / AGRA (205 km, about 5 hours)

    Short visit to the capital of India, a city of large avenues, vast gardens and an imposing palace, divided into two parts, 'Old' and 'New Delhi', where the architecture of the old part contrasts with the formal splendor of the new. Stop at the Raj Ghat, built in honor of Mahatma Gandhi in the place of cremation, at the Jama Masjid mosque, the most opulent symbol of the Mughal empire, at the Qutub Minar, a splendid Persian tower. Transfer to Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

  3. Day 03 AGRA / FATEHPUR SIKRI / JAIPUR (258 km, approx. 6 hours)

    In the morning, we visit Agra, the city of the "Taj Mahal" (closed on Friday), a monument to love erected by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife who died prematurely so that she would never be lost in memory. Entirely built in white marble set with precious stones, it is a spectacle that enchants at every angle, whether you look at it in the ethereal light of the moon or in the first pink rays of dawn, admired directly or reflected in the water mirrors of the garden. Later visit the Red Fort, a vast citadel with very refined architectural features, and continuation to Jaipur, with a view along the path of the splendid and desolate Fatehpur Sikri, a suggestive ghost city that has the grandeur of a capital and the suggestion of a dream. Dinner and overnight in Jaipur.

  4. Day 04 JAIPUR / SAMODE / JAIPUR

    In the morning excursion to the fortified citadel of Amber: inside the audience hall with delicate tracery, the hall of mirrors, the Maharaja's apartments. In the afternoon Jaipur, the "pink city", with a stop at the Jantar Mantar, the ancient astronomical observatory in the open air that is still fully functional, at the city palace and at the Hawa Mahal or "palace of the winds", an extraordinary swaying facade of windows by courtesans to look outside without being seen. Excursion to Samode, dinner at the romantic palace that stands out in motionless splendor among the surrounding hills, return to Jaipur for overnight.

  5. Day 05 JAIPUR / PUSHKAR / BIKANER (300 km, approx. 7 hours)

    A stop in Pushkar, a sacred town in Brahma and an important Hindu pilgrimage center, and continuation to Bikaner which, located on the caravan route, preserves the charm of a medieval village intact.

  6. Day 06 BIKANER

    Visit the beautiful Junagarh Fort, in ocher sandstone, the Lalgarh Palace and a camel farm (closed on Sundays).
    In the afternoon excursion by jeep to Katariasar, a typical Rajasthani village located about 45 kilometers away: here the Jasnath Ji minorities keep alive the ancient traditions of cattle and fire producers, cattle breeders and dairy producers. The sensational view of the sun setting over the dunes and the end of the day with a characteristic dinner in the desert and the return to Bikaner.

  7. Day 07 BIKANER / ALSISAR (170 km, approx. 4 hours)

    Moving to the Shekhawati region, which, characterized by havelis, the homes of rich local merchants entirely frescoed, and not surprisingly defined as the "open-air museum" of Rajasthan: inimitable style and disparate and colorful the desert landscape.
    Overnight in the historic residence of Alsisar.

  8. Day 08 ALSISAR / DELHI (280 km, approx. 6 hours)

    Breakfast and transfer to Delhi airport.

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