As the name suggests, the Shekhawati Desert Tour is about a desert tour package that enables you to experience the genuine way of life and history of the old leaders of Rajputana. For desert safari lovers, this visit is the ideal spot to explore the desert cities of Rajasthan.
During the desert trip package, you will visit excellent cities like Delhi, Nawalgarh, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Ranakpur and Shekhawati. Desert Safari is the best travel occasion for those inspired by experience travel.
Upon landing in the airport / railway station/bus stop in New Delhi, you will meet our operator and you will be starting your tour to the hotel. The cosmopolitan city and capital of Delhi is the biggest passage for travellers. Here we will go through the night.
In the morning we will enjoy free time. In the afternoon, after lunch, we visited the wonderful place of Old Delhi, where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated. We will also visit Jama Masjid and the Great Mosque of Old Delhi. Today we also visit the famous "Humayun's Tomb", which is the first great example of Mughal construction in India. Before driving to the hotel, we drive through New Delhi, where we see the India Gate, government buildings and embassies.
Early in the morning after breakfast, we visit the 71 meter high "QutbMinar", which comprises of five stories. In 1199, the development of this tower started, which would be viewed as the most wonderful tower in the world. This tower was destroyed twice and fixed in 1326 and 1368. Subsequent to visiting Delhi we moved to the Shekhawati area. After arriving in Shekhawati, we stayed at the inn.
Toward the beginning of the day after breakfast, we visit the sublime Havellis in the Shekhawati district. Shekhawati resembles a home for Marwaris. Marwaris is one of the most significant commercial and business groups in India. They created their business information on trade routes among Delhi and the coast among India and Central Asia. The walls are regularly secured with frescoes, local myths and religious scenes of Hindu legends. In the wake of visiting the Shekhawati territory, we drive to Bikaner. We spend the rest of the day at the inn and have sufficient opportunity to relax.
Early in the morning after breakfast, we visit Fort Junagarh, which is made of red sandstone and marble with lodges and galleries that beautify the structure at intervals. This amazing fort and its royal residence are a life-changing encounter for us.
Early in the morning after breakfast we move to Jaisalmer. Here, in 1178, the most established sanctuary was assembled. Here the antelope in this district, the black deer and the quick Chinkara are the most widely recognized, which can be seen along the way to Jaisalmer. On this route we additionally visit towns and watch the traditional life of the people of Rajasthan. After arriving in Jaisalmer late around evening time, we stayed at the hotel.
Early in the morning after breakfast we made a beeline for the medieval city of Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer is known for his recorded Havellis. Jaisalmer is a marvel of wonderful culture and this city stays one of the most unordinary cities in Rajasthan as well as all through India. A portion of the tourist also called this city "a living museum." We stroll through the old town and visit the fort and the Jain Temple. We also visit the Sam sand dunes, situated around 40 km from Jaisalmer, where we will anjoy the sunset. At long last we came back from that point and stay at the hotel.
Early in the morning after breakfast we moved to Jodhpur. Jodhpur is otherwise called the blue city, since the greater part of the old houses are painted blue. The old town is surrounded by a extremely large 10 km long divider with 101 bastions and seven entryways. We visit Fort Mehrangarh, based on a vertical hill and with its rich windows shut in private lofts, it is truly outstanding in India. We additionally visited Jaswant Thada, an imperial landmark of white marble. At long last we remained at the lodging.
Early in the morning after breakfast we moved to Delhi. Subsequent to landing in Delhi toward the evening. The remainder of the day is free. We will accept the open door for the last buy or appreciate a back rub at the inn.
Around 12 PM You fly back home.