*Tourists can also make customized itinerary and car tour package with places of their interest and preferred time
*Time mentioned in the itinerary may vary.

About Tour: The splendid tour explores mesmerising Rajasthan and its colourful and vibrant culture along with magic of Mughal architecture. Tourists get to understand some of the most captivating destinations of Rajasthan which are famous all over the world. Spending exciting evenings amidst some of the greatest forts and majestic palaces is a wonderful experience. Book a cab for an enjoyable tour.

You will be picked up from your preferred location or hotel in Jaipur in a sophisticated car to begin visit to Agra, Fatehpur Sikri, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh and Udaipur. Jaipur to Agra distance is 240 km which takes about 4 hours. Agra to Fatehpur Sikri distance is 37 km which takes about half an hour. Fatehpur Sikri to Bhilwara distance is 460 km which takes about 7.30 hours. Bhilwara to Chittorgarh distance is 59 km which takes about 1 hour. Chittorgarh to Udaipur distance is 112 km which takes about 2 hours.

Day 1: Agra and Fatehpur Sikri sightseeing

In Agra we explore the white beauty Taj and magnificent Agra fort.

Taj Mahal: The evergreen Taj Mahal is one of the most wonderful monuments built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his much-loved wife. It is great to see that the monument takes on different coloring at different times of the day, from a rosy pink in the morning, radiant white in the evening and golden at night when lit by the moon. They say the changing color resembles the changing mood of the Emperor's queen.

Agra Fort: This magnificent structure is built in red sandstone and was built primarily as a military structure by Akbar but was later transformed into a palace by his son, Shah Jahan who was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb for eight years in the octagonal tower, ‘Mussaman Burj’ of the fort where he died.

Fatehpur Sikri: Fatehpur Sikri was founded by a 16th-century Mughal emperor. Red sandstone buildings are situated at its centre. This famous city, built by Akbar, is a fine examples of Mughal Architecture. It was uninhabited due to lack of water. Here we explore Buland Darwaja, Diwan-i-Khas and Tomb of Sheikh Salim Chisti.

Buland Darwaja: This 54 metres tall edifice is one of the largest gateways in the world. It was erected by Akbar to celebrate his conquest over Gujarat. It opens from 6 am to 6 pm daily.

Diwan-i-Khas: At this place Emperor Akbar used to hold meetings related to religious faiths.

Tomb of Sheikh Salim Chisti: This highly revered place is a white marble structure reflecting excellence in architecture. Bhilwara departure. Night rest upon arrival

Day 2: Bhilwara sightseeing

We explore Harni Mahadev temple, Smriti Van, Chamunda Mata temple and Pur Udan Chatri

Harni Mahadev: It is a very famous Lord Shiva temple which is a nice tourist place. There is a village nearby known as Harni. The village is surrounded by hills which is a scenic view for the visitors.

Chamunda Mata temple: On the foothill of Harni Mahadev is situated the Chamunda Mata temple. It is also a renowned tourist spot here. Devotees visit this place religiously if they are in Bhilwara.

Smriti Van: This place is known for its natural beauty and visitors spend some peaceful times here.

Pur Udan Chatri: The place is famous for the Udan Chatri which is a big block of stone with a small porch on top with panoramic views of the surroundings. Chittorgarh departure. Rest upon arrival.

Day 3: Chittorgarh sightseeing

We see Chittorgarh fort, Gau Mukh Kund, Kalika Mata temple and Fateh Prakash Palace

Chittorgarh fort: This is one of the biggest forts in India and is marked as a world heritage site. It was previously the capital of Mewar and echoes with tales of heroism and sacrifice. It displays the Rajput culture and values in a true sense.

Gau Mukh Kund: Located within Chittorgarh fort, it is also known as Tirth Raj of Chittorgarh. Whenever pilgrims and devotees go on spiritual tour they come to Gomukh kund for completion of their holy journey.

Kalika Mata temple: It is one of the most important temples of Chittorgarh which showcases splendid sculpture. The city's tour isn't complete without a visit to this temple.

Fateh Prakash Palace: This palace of Chittorgarh takes Rajput splendour to a new level. The architecture is grand, and the layout fanciful. Night rest

Day 4: Chittorgarh sightseeing/ Udaipur departure

We see Rana Kumbha palace and Maha Sati

Rana Kumbha palace: Here Rana Kumbha lived and spent his royal life. It is known for charming and artistic architecture. Udaipur departure. Night rest upon arrival.

Day 5: Udaipur sightseeing

We see Lake Pichola, City Palace, Jain temples and Kumbalgarh

Lake Pichola: It is the loveliest tourist attraction in Udaipur which is encircled by mountains, beautiful gardens, temples and forts. A boat ride here is a must to enjoy the scenic views of the surroundings fully.

City Palace: It is one of Rajasthan’s largest palaces that offers outstanding views of Lake Pichola. It is a must-not-miss experience if you are around lake Pichola. Its splendour is astonishing. It opens daily from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Jain temples: We explore important places of Jain pilgrimage like Ranakpur and Rishabhdeo Temples. The Ranakpur Temple complex is one of the five major Jain pilgrimage centres famous for its perfect architecture.

Kumbalgarh: Sightseeing at the Kumbalgarh Fort is the most exciting experience. Here, tourists enjoy adventure activities also like horse riding and camping. Night rest.

Day 6: Udaipur sightseeing/back trip

We see Ek Ling Nath Ji Temple, Fateh Sagar Lake, Saheliyon ki Bari and Jagdish temple

Ek Ling Nath Ji Temple: For tourists in search of solace the beautiful and calm environs of Ek Ling Nath Ji Temple is a must visit. The temple flaunts unbelievable architecture.

Fateh Sagar Lake: It is an artificial lake that comprises three small islands and is encircled by picturesque views of the colossal Aravalli Mountains. It opens daily from 8 am to 4:30 pm.

Saheliyon ki Bari: It was built by Maharana Bhopal Singh for 48 women attendants who accompanied a princess to Udaipur as part of her dowry. This interesting garden is decorated with greenery, pretty flowers, fountains, many lotus pools along with marble artifacts.

After exploring major spots we begin back trip to Jaipur for drop at preferred location.

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    9.50 / Per Km

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    10.00 / Per Km

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  • Maruti Ertiga or Equivalent (Economy SUV)

    12.00 / Per Km

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  • Toyota Innova or Equivalent (Mini Van)

    13.50 / Per Km

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    15.00 / Per Km

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    24.00 / Per Km

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    28.00 / Per Km

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