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JAIPUR and PUSHKAR: India then, India now

Two amazing destinations that effortlessly dance between the past and the present.

Jaipur’s myriad identities dance and glitter like mirrorwork on a Rajasthani ghaghra. We can’t wait to show you around its mix of traditional and contemporary culture, design and art.


Pushkar is ‘Indian postcard’ perfect – colourful turbans, camels, dunes, sparkling bangles, ashen holymen, snake charmers, cows.  Home to the only Brahma temple on the planet, it also lures the clichéd soul-searching tourists of India.


Tell us what you think of it, after you visit, with TLC.


DURATION: We recommend around 4 days.



Jaipur: Jaipur Literature Festival, yearly in January end

Jaipur: Kite Flying Festival, 14 January

Jaipur: Elephant Festival, February or March

Pushkar: Camel Fair October or November



This trip works well in combination with:

 - Udaipur and a countryside stay

 - Fatehpur Sikri & Taj Mahal



Create your own itinerary
and travel any time.

Short trips are meant to inspire you and give you an idea of what is possible. They can be extended, combined and changed to match your preferences and time frame. Have you found the route for you? Or are you still at sea with no compass? Get in touch and we’ll get to work.


Tours are developed for individuals, private groups and open groups. Group size max 10 people, minimum 4.


Program includes: all stay, transport, activities (fees) all breakfasts and some meals.

Not included: international travel, alcohol, personal expenses.


Read more about our payment and cancellation policy, and other useful information in our ‘before you travel’ section.

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