THE BIG JOURNEY OF THE NORTH
The great journey of Rajasthan and the wonder of the Taj Mahal
Delhi: fashion and political capital of modern India and ancient city of Djinns. Get a crash course in Indian history, browse modern art galleries in heritage art districts, lunch on Indian delicacies and dine on haute international cuisine. Shop, rest, people-watch.
Shekawati: Explore the countryside leisurely on horseback, sleep under the stars. Discover village architecture, murals, farm life. Visit one of Rajasthan’s most beautiful forts, taste world famous local delicacies. Slow down…
Jaisalmer: the ancient fort city as beautiful as she was ferocious. Put your hand on the ancient sandstone, listen to a village musician sing an old folk song… Then head out to where the quiet, awe-inspiring desert waits for you.
Jodhpur: the blue city. Live the rural royal life, walk the small lanes, rediscover yourself.
Udaipur: a glorious feast for the visual senses with her lakes, forts, rolling hills and wildlife. Take a break and deep breathe in the idyll.
Pushkar: on the map, hectic, crazy, everything they say it is, with TLC taking the edge off.
Jaipur: simultaneously ancient and modern, stimulating, exciting and with a real sense of ‘India’.
Finally: the great ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri and the heart-breakingly beautiful Taj Mahal.
DURATION: 25 days
Delhi -> Shekhawati -> Jaisalmer & the desert -> Jodhpur & village life -> Udaipur & countryside -> Pushkar & Jaipur -> Fatehpur Sikri & Agra -> Delhi
This trip can be extended with a relax/yoga stay.
Please mail us for a detailed itinerary and exact cost. Program can be adjusted to match your preferences and budget.
Prices start from Rs 162,500/- per person*
*based on twin sharing
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.