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Duration : 14 Nights / 15 Days

Day 01: Rohet

Reach Jodhpur by flight from New Delhi/Mumbai and further drive straight to Rohetgarh- a charming village encompassing a heritage hotel of the same name. Rest of the day at leisure.

Day 02: Rohet

Rohet Garh is 40 km short of Jodhpur on Udaipur-Jodhpur route. Past centuries come to life at the historic boundary walls of Rohet - the fortified desert home of the descendants of the 16th century Rathore of Champawat clan. A home, where, inspire of the inroads of modernity, aristocratic norms are still revered and where one can, even today, experience the famed warm and courteous Rajput hospitality. Frescoes on the tall gateway, brightly painted in the traditional style herald the entry into the portico decorated with the artifacts and trophies of many years. An interesting village safari is one of the highlights to visit Rohet Garh. During the day you have the option of either taking a sightseeing tour of Jodhpur city or join a safari to Bishnoi villages.

Day 03: Jaisalmer

Reach Jaisalmer by road and check in. Explore the Golden city on your own in the evening. Transfer on camels to desert camp in a village outside Jaisalmer.

Day 04: Jaisalmer

The year was 1970 when Maharaja Mahendra Singh Ji Pioneered the Hospitality business in Jaisalmer by starting the Jaisal Castle Hotel at 12 room Hotel in Jaisalmer Fort which was built in 1165 A.D. It was from here that began the new world famous concept of the "Golden Thar Experience. Rawal Jaisal, a descendent of the Yadav Clan and a Bhati Rajput, laid the foundation of this city in 1156 A.D.. Trikuta was the hill chosen and Jaisal abandoned his old fort at Lodurva and established this new capital. The Bhati Rajputs of Jaisalmer were feudal chiefs who lived on the forced levy on the caravans that crossed their territory en-route Delhi. These caravans, laden with precious cargoes of spices and silk brought great wealth to this town. Because of its remote location, Jaisalmer for years remained untouched by outside influences and during the British raj, the rulers of Jaisalmer were the last to sign the instrument of agreement with the British. This included apart from traditional royal hospitality and entertainment, camel safaris and desert camps. . Night stay in desert camp.

Day 05:Daspan

Daspan, enroute visiting jailor Fort Daspan was founded in 1713 AD by grant of a jagir of two villages from the then ruler of Marwar. Upon arrival check-in at Castle Durjan Niwas, built in the early 19th century. Though built in the Indo European style, it adapts itself well to the Rajput life style, with the ladies apartments being separated from the gents apartments. This village presents the most untouched picture of Indian villages. You may see a whole range of crafts being practiced right in front. Move around in the region for colorful bazaars in nearby Sindhari town, beautiful temples all around and unspoiled village life. Take this less frequented route to the unexplored parts of Thar Desert and reach Daspan. Check in the highly personalized atmosphere of Castle Durjan Niwas in this village. This village presents the most untouched picture of Indian villages. You may see a whole range of crafts being practiced right in front.

Day 06:Bhadrajun

Drive through very untouched and virgin scenery of villages, farms and tribal settlements and reach the very peacefully located castle of Bhadrajun for the night stay.

Day 07:Mount Abu

Reach Mount Abu - Rajasthan's only hill retreat blessed with pleasant climate all through the year. Your first day here will be spent leisurely walking around its lake and appreciating its greenery.

Day 08:Mount Abu

This club was built more than a century back. Today, it is an exclusive resort in the lap of a lush valley and surrounded by beautiful mountains. The rooms are well furnished and the resort offers all modern facilities.Cama Rajputana Club Resort is a grand club with a history of over 125 years. The club was restored and recreated to become a luxurious resort with great views and most modern business facilities. There are good recreational facilities with finest hospitality services to make it pleasurable for work and pleasure. The hotel has 42 luxurious rooms and 2 suites, all with fabulous views and all the modern facilities. Visit the Dilwara Jain temples, unparalleled in every aspect of creativity and artistry on marble. The marble here is so finely carved that it seems almost translucent!

Day 09:Dungarpur

Drive through tribal dominated areas and reach Dungarpur. Stay in the most amazing suites of a palace still inhabited by the royal family - a rare opportunity to be entertained by the royal family and closely see the princely lifestyle. Day free at leisure.

Day 10:Devigarh

In a few hours drive, check in one of the most beautiful heritage hotels of India located in the outskirts of Udaipur city. After some leisure you may have a half-day sightseeing of Udaipur city.

Day 11:Deogarh

Driving through Eklingji/ Nagda and visiting the Molela (famous for its terracotta art) village, finally reach Deogarh Mahal - a charming palace having tastefully decorated rooms. Evening at leisure watching spectacular cultural performances.

Day 12:Deogarh

Deogarh Mahal is a heritage hotel in Deogarh, Rajasthan. It is conveniently placed, just a few hours drive from the lake city of Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh fort, Chittaurgarh, and Ranakpur. One can make it a base for visiting these nearby places or for going on horse safaris, bird watching, jeep drives, rural rails and to experience first hand, the regal Rajasthani hospitality. The Deogarh experience is a unique blend of tradition and modernity. The hotels is in fact among the 'most liked' and appreciated heritage hotels in India. In its short run in the hospitality industry, it has won for itself many awards and accolades, the prestigious 'Tatler award' by the Conde Naste Traveler, for best hotel under 100 pounds is just one of these.

Day 13:Jaipur

One of the earlier Thakurs of Bissau Shyam Singh was an outstanding if somewhat unconventional ruler -An Englishman who visited his court in 1808 had this to say "At his palace I saw four Shekhawat Chief's and cousins - they were plain men, and seemed to be living in great harmony. While some of the others bore strong marks of the effect of opium especially noticeable in their eyes, one of them Shyam Singh seemed remarkably mild and well mannered but scarcely had I crossed the desert when I heard that Shyam Singh had murdered the three others at a feast, stabbing the first with his own hand". This story may or may not be authentic but is quite typical of times and conditions prevailing in that particular era.

Day 14:Jaipur

Morning walking tour of some interesting streets and squares of the Pink City to catch glimpses of the habitual patterns of its people which even includes attending heart-rending prayers at Sri Govind Devji temple. Elephant ride to Amber Fort during the day. Visit to a farmhouse for local Rajasthani dinner.

Day 15:Departure

Drive to New Delhi and check in. Day free for shopping or at leisure. At appropriate time transfer to airport for your flight back home. The Tour Ends.

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