GRANDEUR OF MAHARAJAHS
The grandeur of Maharajahs itinerary is an ultimate in luxury, splendor, ambiance and services. Here you will lodge in the real palaces which are the largest private houses on earth, the hotels are awarded as the most beautiful and romantic in the world, trips into the vintage life style, private attendants, very well prepared guides, dinners in colonial or royal environments.
- Camping and Jeep Safari in Jawai
- Tribal and rural village life experience
- Elephant camel and boat ride
- Real palace stay experience
- Taj Mahal visit
- Accommodation on double sharing as per program
- Daily Breakfast in hotel
- Full board Jawai safari camps and Deogarh royal homestay
- Entrance tickets and fees for monuments
- Jodhpur - Delhi domestic flight in economy class
- 01 Jeep Safari in Jawai
- 01 Ac cab for local sightseeing and city to city drive
- English speaking tour leader from Delhi till Jodhpur
- Farewell Dinner in local Restaurant in Jodhpur on final night
- Govt. Taxes
- International flight
- Any lunch or dinner ( except Jawai and Deogarh )
- Any Visa / travel insurance
- Tips / Gratitude to drivers/ guide
- Any soft and hard drinks during meal time.
- Any personal expenses like room service, Spa or phone calls or internet
- Any thing not mentioned above in inclusion
Day 01: Arrival Delhi
Arrive Delhi airport in morning and processing of customs formalities and meeting with the tour leader who will assist you for the transfer to the hotel. After some rest visit of Delhi, with a photo stop at the Red Fort, a majestic palace built by Emperor Moghul Shahjahan built in 1638, today a UNESCO heritage site. After lunch we continue with the visit of the impressive Tomb of Mahatma Gandhi and the Gate of India (India Gate), a monument built for the fallen in the wars. The city tour will end with a visit to the archaeological site of Qutub which contains the famous 72-meter-long sandstone minaret dating back to 1191, and the ruins of palaces and temples. I'm going back to the hotel.
Day 02: Agra - 4 hrs by road
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure with the guide in the direction of Agra, India's richest city of Mogul constructions, including the majestic Taj Mahal. Arrival, hotel accommodation and lunch. In the afternoon visit to the Red Fort of Agra, UNESCO World Heritage Site, which owes its name to the material used for its construction, the red sandstone. I'm going back to the hotel.
Day 03: Jaipur - 5 hrs by road
In the morning wakes up early to visit the symbolic mausoleum of India, the Taj Mahal; the majestic monument of love and imagination that constitutes one of the seven wonders of the world. Being able to admire it live, in the first light of the sun, is an incredible experience! After the visit back to the hotel, breakfast and departure to Jaipur. Along the road, a small stop in the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri, the former capital of Mughal emperor Akbar. Lunch along the way. After lunch stop to visit the ancient village of Abhaneri, famous for its post-Gupta or early medieval monuments, Chand Baori 9 the palace well) and the Temple of Harshat Mata.
The Taj Mahal, located in northern India (Uttar Pradesh state), is a mausoleum built in 1632 by Emperor Moghul ShahJahan in memory of his favorite wife Anjuman Banu Begum, better known as Mumtaz Mahal. It has always been considered one of the most remarkable beauties of Muslim architecture in India and is among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 9 December 1983.
Day 04: Jaipur -
Departure for Amber, the old capital of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Along the road, stop at the Palace of the Winds, built in the nineteenth century to allow women of the court to attend the parades. Once in Amber, you go down from the bus to get on the back of the majestic elephants that will lead you to the Fort, a massive 18th century palace that overlooks Lake Maota and is a typical example of Indo-Islamic architecture. After lunch, visit the Maharaja Palace and the Jantar Mantar astronomical observatory. At the end walk in the city between the jewelry, carpet and ceramics markets before returning to the hotel. Dinner and overnight.
Jantar Mantar, is a complex of architectures with the function of astronomical instruments built in Jaipur by Maharaja Jai Singh II between 1727 and 1734 on the model of similar structures built in four other cities. Overall, the Maharaja built five similar structures; in addition to those of Delhi and Jaipur, also to Ujjain, Mathura and Varanasi. Jaipur is the largest of the five and also the best preserved.
Day 05 : Deogarh - 4 hrs by road
Departure for Deogarh, former seat of the baron of Deogarh, in the afternoon take a safari in the area around Deogarh, a beautiful landscape with wild animals, villages full of life and the temple in the cave dedicated to Shiva. Dev Shree Deogarh has been constructed in a traditional haveli style with deep verandahs, pretty courtyards of Rajput architecture and influence. The interiors are airy and spacious, and the décor has a contemporary twist. In the words of one of the guests “gone is the musty, dusty feel so often associated with traditional rural properties”
Day 06 : Udaipur - 2 hrs by road
After breakfast at the hotel departure for Udaipur. Today we cross the Aravali, the most famous mountain range of Rajasthan, rich in flora and fauna and minerals, totally change the geography of the territory after Aravali, is an area that receives more monsoon rains so the area is more cultivated, green with trees more giant than the trees in the desert area. Along the way, stop off to visit the archaeological site of Nagda, (the first capital of the Maharana of Udaipur, famous for its erotic temples of Nagara style) and the temple of Shiva Eklingji, the personal deity of the Maharana of Udaipur.
Udaipur: it is a magical mosaic of marble. Next to the shimmering Pichola Lake, with the ocher and purple ridges of the wooded Aravalli Hills extending in every direction, Udaipur has an unparalleled romance in Rajasthan and probably throughout India. Fantastic palaces, temples, havelis and countless narrow, winding and timeless streets add human counterpoint to the city's natural charm. For the visitor there is the tranquility of the boat trips on the lake, the bustle and color of the ancient bazaars, a lively art scene, the characteristic atmosphere of the old world of its best hotels, endless tempting shops and some beautiful countryside to explore on wheels, on foot or on horseback.
Day 07 : Udaipur
After breakfast at the hotel you start with a visit to the marvelous city palace which houses the finest collection of miniatures in India. Continue to the Jagdish temple built in the Panchayatana style (five rectangles) and the enchanting garden of the bridesmaids. Lunch. In the afternoon you can enjoy the best view of the city with a pleasant boat trip on Lake Pichola, the largest of Udaipur.
Day 08 : Jawai via Ranakpur - 3 hrs by road
After breakfast We leave for Ranakpur through a hilly but beautiful terrain. On the way, we will see some great rural life which is awesome as it is really very ethnic. We reach Ranakpur & visit The Famous Jain Temples which are magnificently carved & like poetry in white marble. Continue to our camps in Jawai, get ready for evening safari in search of leopard and landscape. overnight at camps.
Day 09 : Jodhpur - 3.5 hrs by road
Breakfast at the resort and departure to Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan and formally home to a principality of the Marwar name. Jodhpur is a large and varied city, also called the "blue city" for its blue painted houses. Upon arrival at the hotel, check-in and lunch. In the afternoon we visit the great Meharangarh Fort and the old memorial of the royal family Jaswant Thada. At the end of the visit you can enjoy a stroll through the bazaars of the old part of the city, known as the clock tower market.
Day 10 : Delhi - 1.5 hrs by flight - Tour ends once you land in Delhi airport.
Breakfast at hotel and relax morning in day, later you will be dropped at Jodhpur airport to fly Delhi to catch flight home or onward destination.
Guide price is based on 04 adults ( with 02 rooms ) or 02 adults + 02 kids ( 02 rooms ) travel together
Price is subject to change during peak / festival season or less than 04 pax are traveling
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PAYMENT & DEPOSIT
Bookings travelling more than 45 days out will be required to pay deposit of 50 % at the time of confirmation sent and with the balance owing payable 30 days prior to travel (the “due date”). Prior to the due date, the balance owing may be paid by credit card, debit card or you may transfer into our bank account directly to avoid card fees. We will email you a final payment reminder. Travel vouchers and booking confirmations cannot be issued until final payment is received. If you fail to pay by the due date we reserve the right to automatically charge the credit card provided to complete the final payment. Any booking not paid in full by the due date is subject to automatic cancellation without further notification. Any deposit paid will be forfeited or, at your request, it may be used as a payment towards an alternative booking. Deposit conditions for certain accommodation and tour products may vary and we will advise you of these conditions and request your consent prior to proceeding with the booking. Bookings over Christmas and New Year’s (Festive Season) require a non-refundable deposit of 25 % while confirmation of trip and final payment 60 days prior, as this it non refundable under any circumstances. We will refund this 25 % in case tour is non operational or not confirmed dates. We highly recommend you purchase travel insurance if you are visiting India.
Payment or deposit charges would be as follows:
- 25 % while booking the trip ( if any airlines / train journeys included in trip )
- 50 % once all bookings / services are confirmed by us via email or status chart.
- 50 % due amount will be paid 30 days before trip commenced or as per due date on invoice whichever is earlier.
CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS
If the Client wants to cancel the tour, he must intimate the Company in writing mailed to us at our office address on working days within office time. If the Booking Form has been signed by one or -more persons for themselves and for others mentioned in the form, communication signed by such signatories would be treated as valid communication for cancellation for all such persons mentioned in the form. The computation of the period of notice of cancellation shall commence only from the time the written request reached the Company at its office on working days within office time.
In addition to the above, in case of cancellation of tour by either party, the amount spent by the Company on visas, medical insurance, POE, flight including administrative charges would be payable by the Client. If the total cancellation charges mentioned above exceed the amount paid by the Client, the balance amount would be payable by the Client.
In case of Third Party Products, the rules relating to cancellation and the cancellation schedule prescribed by the concerned Third Party Service Provider would be applicable and in addition the Company shall have the right to claim service and communication charges. It is a clear understanding between the parties that for the purpose of this clause cancellation can be due to any reason whatsoever including the reason of inability to participate due to any reason including illness, death, court orders, non-availability of travel documents etc.
Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:
- 45 days prior to arrival: 10% of the Tour / service cost
- 30 days prior to arrival: 25% of the Tour / service cost
- 15 days prior to arrival: 50% of the Tour / service cost
- 07 days prior to arrival or No show : 100% of the Tour / service cost
( 25 Dec from Christmas – 05 Jan bookings as well as Diwali festival trips will be non refundable )
- Delhi - The Imperial
- Agra - Oberoi Amar Vilas
- Jaipur - Oberoi Raj vilas
- Deogarh - Devshree
- Udaipur - Oberoi udai vilas
- Jawai - Godwad camps
- Jodhpur - Umeed Bhawan Palace
Note: All hotels / Camps are subject availability while booking this trip. In case any hotel / camps sold out than we use similar category hotel.