Trip idea by Story of India

Classic Rajasthan

Trip cost ex. international flights
from £1,970 per person
11 days
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This is a trip which gently introduces a first time traveller to North India - including Delhi, Agra and a bit of Rajasthan. You explore Delhi, visit the stunning Taj Mahal and gradually immerse yourself in royal Rajasthan, with its grand forts and palaces and tales of old.

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Day 1
  • Arrival transfer from Delhi airport to your hotel
Day 2
  • Visit Jama Mosque followed by a rickshaw ride and walking tour of Old Delhi
  • Visit monuments of New Delhi
Day 3
Delhi, Agra
  • Transfer from Delhi to Agra
  • Tour of stunning Agra Fort
  • Tour of Taj Mahal, the monument of love
Day 4
Agra, Jaipur, Fatehpur Sikri
  • Transfer from Agra to Jaipur
  • En route, visit the deserted Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri
Day 5
  • Tour of Amber Fort
  • Tour of Jaipur city and monuments
Day 6
Jaipur, Jodhpur
  • Transfer from Jaipur to Jodhpur
Day 7
  • Tour of Jodhpur - the 'Blue City'
Day 8
Jodhpur, Chanoud
  • Transfer from Jodhpur to Chanoud
  • Explore the village of Chanoud and the countryside
Day 9
Chanoud, Udaipur
  • Transfer from Chanoud to Udaipur
Day 10
  • Tour of the City of Lakes, Udaipur
Day 11
Udaipur, Delhi
  • Transfer to Udaipur airport
  • Arrive Delhi and connect to your international flight

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Considering the vast and varied landmass, it comes as no surprise that India's climate is complex. If you prefer to avoid extremes of heat and rainfall, it's best to aim for the cooler, drier months of October through to March. However, if a trip to either of the country's extremities appeals, take note: For the southern states, the retreating monsoon (October to December) is a consideration. Here, you find the most appealing climate between November and February. For reliable trekking weather in the Himalayas 1000km to the north, peak season is October, November and then March and April.


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