From the heart of modern India in New Delhi to the vast Western Ghats of the holy city of Varanasi; from the urban jungle of Mumbai to the dense Rantaambore natural desert. The wonderful trip along this route covers the classic cities of northern India: Benaras and Khajuraho, and can also give you an in-depth understanding of Rajasthan, the Taj Mahal and India’s most important nature reserves one. First, explore the city of New Delhi…explore
DestinationDelhi - Agra - Bharatpur - Jaipur - Khimsar - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Delhi
Tour Key Points
- Covering highest motor-able passes
- Buddhist culture
- Coldest Desert at Hunder
- World's highest salted Lake Pangong
- Visit Floating market in Srinagar
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This Tour takes you within the wide selection of landscape that adds a brand new dimension to the current fascinating land. Ranging from the fashionable capital of city you stop at urban center to pay tribute to the magnificence of the Taj. From there to the wetlands of keoladeo Ghana parkland that pulls vertebrate life from as far-off as geographic area and Mongolia. The rocky Aravali isn't way, and also the strategic advantage of the Fort at Amber is clearly unconcealed. With Jaipur behind you the land gets a lot of arid. Each currently and so to herd of sheep and goats in the midst of some sprawling camels be part of the road to the scenic sixteenth century castle at Khimsar.
The golden sands of the Thar shift round the ancient desert cities of Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner. This can be arid country and also the heat monochromatic tint is mitigated by vividity of colors and flashing smiles worm by the individuals. Settled on the banks Lake Pichola, Udaipur turns inexperienced once more. Lush wooded hills, wherever life still abounds surround the settlement, whereas very little island within the lake, palaces of pure white marble rise out of the water.
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A LEGENDARY LAND characterized by a patchwork of kingdoms and principalities ruled by Maharajas, Rajas, Ranas, and Rawals before independence. Bards that roam the countryside, picking out complex tunes on single stringed instruments, still sing of heroic battles, outcrops transform themselves into proud stone forts that stand sentinel over the land. It's not difficult to picture a line of loyal warriors marching down the hillside, ready to fight. If you listen carefully, the breath of the breeze brings you faint echoes of clashing armour , neighing of horses and above it all, the spine chilling trumpet of a charging elephantexplore