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Rajasthan Special Honeymoon Tour (6 NIGHTS / 7 DAYS)
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6 nights & 7 days

A special Honeymoon designed package who likes to spend their beautiful times in the backdrop of mountains and lakes along with vibrant heritage and historic culture. The ever smiling villagers face will let your forget the hustle and bustle of city life, the great hospitality and romantic atmosphere will give you an everlasting memorable honeymoon tour. 

 

Day 01: Delhi-Jaipur

Upon arrival meet by our representative after brief interaction about your program you will be leaving for Jaipur. Upon arrival hotel check in and remaining day at your leisure to stroll around the Pink city and Bazaar. In the evening visit to Chokhidhani –An Ethnic Resort-it is a one-stop destination for fun, food and entertainment. Chokhi Dhani village brings to life, a colorful Rajasthani heritage that leaves you awestruck with all the attractions and elements of ethnic culture and tradition. the mandir, village bazaar, folk entertainment, animal rides for children, bioscope, village style photo studio, jyotish, mehendi, games zone, open lawns to relax and bond with each other…, you'll relish every moment of this wonderful village theme entertainment concept. Dinner at resort.

 

Day 02: Jaipur

After breakfast proceeds for day sightseeing trip beginning with Amer Fort lies at 12 kms is huge fort where you can ride on Elephant through the rampart of Fort. The major attractions are Sheela Devi Temple, Sheesh Mahal (Hall of mirrors). Later return to the city center and visit to City Palace-historic landmark, Jantar MantarConstructed withstone and marble its compled instruments whose setting and shapes are precisely and scientifically designed, represent the high-points of medieval Indian Astronomy.-Hawa Mahal- Hawa Mahal is the most strikingly designed monument in Jaipur. Rest of the free time for shopping or personal activities. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 03: Jaipur-Jodhpur (338 kms)

After breakfast proceeds for Jodhpur upon arrival in the royal city of Thar you will be welcomed with aarti tikka and garlanding. Check in hotel. Overnight at hotel.

 

Day04: Jodhpur

After sumptuous breakfast takes a brief sightseeing of mighty Mehrangarh Fort-magnificent fort in Jodhpur is the Mehrangarh Fort. It is situated on a 150m high hill. Rao Jodha, the then chief of Rathore clan, constructed it in 1459. There are a number of attractions within the fort like several palaces, galleries, a museum, and temples and so on. Continue with your sightseeing and visit to Ummed Bhawan Palace a fascinating palace part of which is a grand royal luxury hotel and other part is museum.  Jaswant Thada lies near to Mehrangarh Fort it is a royal cenotaph made up of white marble. Later you have free time for shopping and to spend leisurely. Overnight at hotel.  

 

Day05: Jodhpur-Udaipur

After breakfast drive to Udaipur upon arrival hotel check in. En route visit to Ranakpur Jain temple Complex, Upon arrival hotel check in. Rest of the day at leisure Udaipur is one of the most romantic city and known as Lake city and Venice of East. Boating is must for a honeymoon couple in the back drop of sunset. Rooftop dinner and stay near to Lake hotel.

 

Day 06: Udaipur

After breakfast take a leisure sightseeing tour of City Palace the main part of the palace is now preserved as a museum displaying a large and diverse array of artefacts. Down steps from the entrance is the armoury museum exhibiting a huge collection of protective gear, weapons including the lethal two-pronged sword. The City Palace museum is then entered through the Ganesh Deori meaning the door of Lord Ganesh. , Sahelion Ki Bari-the garden of Maid, Jag Mandir, Lake Palace. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 07: Udaipur-Delhi (By train/Flight)

After leisure breakfast you will be departed for Airport for flight to Delhi.

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IMPORTANT TRIP ADVISORY:

·         Get firsthand knowledge about the state through a little bit of online research. It will give you an idea about the major tourist attractions as well as the traditions of the state.

·         It would be advisable not to venture out late in the night if you are not accompanied by a local resident or a professional guide.

·         Do not carry excessive cash while touring the city. It would be better to carry a credit card or an ATM card if you want to shop in the state.

·         Women should avoid wearing revealing clothes as Rajasthan is a traditional region. In general, both men and women should wear light pastel shades.

·         Avoid consuming any eatables given by strangers.

·         Do not forget to carry sun blocks lotions, hats/caps, and goggles as it can get extremely hot in Rajasthan.

·         Consume plenty of food solid food and fruit items as it is important to stay hydrated during hot summer months.

·         Beware of frauds and conmen posing as guides.

·         Footwear is not allowed inside the temples. Make sure to leave them outside but only at places where separate arrangements are made for their safekeeping.

·         Do not stay outside too long after dark, especially if you’re a woman traveling alone.

Health Tips for Travelers

·         People who are likely to get heat stroke quickly should be cautious as Rajasthan is a hot and dry region. Hence, it is advisable to use hats or head scarves to make one’s trip free from headaches.

·         Do not eat out at road side joints if you are not sure about the hygiene factor.

·         Do not drink normal tap water. Always consume boiled or mineral water and keep on constantly drinking liquids to avoid dehydration.

·         Avoid having non-vegetarian food from small restaurants as one is not sure about the quality of mutton, chicken, or any other meat served here.

·         Most importantly, always keep a first-aid box handy when you are on the move.

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