[13 Nights / 14 Days]

Rural Rajasthan Tour Package

New Delhi - Neemrana - Dholpur - Chambal - Bundi - Deogarh - Pali - Jodhpur - Bikaner - Mandawa - New Delhi


Rural Rajasthan Tour Package offered by Tour Planner Rajasthan is a great way to explore the Rustic Beauty of India's largest state. This package offers travellers the opportunity to experience a different side of Rajasthan, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. From exploring the lively rural villages and interacting with local people, to exploring the forts, temples and wildlife of Rajasthan, this tour package has something for everyone. Along with sightseeing, the package also includes stay at an authentic Rajasthani village as well as a camel safari and jeep safari. All activities are arranged by the highly experienced and knowledgeable local guides. This package also includes food and transport. So, if you are looking for an unforgettable experience in the rustic heart of India, then this Rural Rajasthan Tour Package is perfect for you.

Trip Highlights

  • Explore the vibrant rural villages and interact with the locals.
  • Visit and explore the majestic forts, temples and wildlife of Rajasthan.
  • Enjoy an authentic stay in a traditional Rajasthani village.
  • Experience a camel safari and jeep safari with a local guide.
  • Enjoy delicious local cuisine and transport services included in the package.

Itinerary Details:

Welcome to India! You will be received at Indira Gandhi International airport by one of our executives and later shall be transferred to your hotel for overnight stay. Remaining time is completely at leisure.

Drive to the historic town of Neemrana which is a treasure trove of heritage and rich culture. It is a landmark adorned by history enthusiasts and curious explorers. The history of Neemrana dates back thousands of years, from when Chauhans occupied the 16th-century hill fort, till 1947. Neemrana has still preserved its historic sites and charm. Stay in Neemrana Fort Palace - nestled amid the stunning Aravalli mountains, the fort palace sprawls over several hectares of land. The history of this Fort Palace dates back to the 15th century. After being defeated by Muhammad Ghori in battle, Prithviraj Chauhan III fled Delhi in 1464 and founded Neemrana Fort Palace. Today, the palace has been restored to a grand hotel offering tourists a confluence of luxury and comfort within the fort. Evening you can go for a short walk in the Neemrana Village.

Drive to Dholpur today and check in at a heritage hotel. This heritage palace hotel is renowned for its premium opulence and cordial hospitality and is made up of red sandstone and is entrenched with precious stones. The rest of the day is at your leisure and you can spend the day at your own wish. You can choose to stay in your room and enjoy the luxuries or explore the nearby places of the hotel. Overnight stay in Dholpur.

Wake up to a beautiful day and post breakfast you will head towards Chambal. Visit Muchkund Temple, which is an ancient holy site. There is a tank named after Raja Machkund and it is believed that taking a holy dip in the tank water cures various skin diseases. Then you will visit Chambal to enjoy the full day safari excursion during the sightseeing tour. Explore the Chambal National Park, situated on the Chambal River is home to critically endangered Gharial, red-crowned red turtle, and Ganges River Dolphin. You can also spot different varieties of flora and fauna during the Chambal boat safari along with the migratory birds and other exotic wildlife species. There are many ravines in the sanctuary and you can see dolphins at several points along the river. You can also walk in the sanctuary, along the river to observe the wide variety of plants, trees, and flowers. After exploring the national park, you will visit the Ramsagar Sanctuary and lake, which is home to numerous species of migratory birds. Enjoy some quality time spotting the magnificent birds. After the sightseeing tour, return to the hotel. Savor the scrumptious dinner and retire for the day in your room.

Situated on a hilltop, Ramathra Fort offers spectacular views of Kalisil Lake, its surrounding hills and countryside. Small rural hamlets dot the picturesque farmland below. Water birds abound on the lake which is also a rich feeding ground for the ducks, storks and cormorants that visit every winter. Birds such as local water fowl, kingfishers, Saras cranes, stilts and herons can be seen throughout the year. The vast Daang plateau, stretching east to the Chambal River valley and as far as south as Ranthambhore, offers many scenic vistas with its secluded gorges and hidden shrines. It is home to a variety of deer, blue bulls, wolves, jackals, hyenas, wild boar, sloth bears and panthers. During your stay here, you can take a complete walking tour of Ramathra village, a small hamlet of farmers and cattle herders, that takes about 3 hours. You see all kinds of work associated with tending crops and animals. Enjoy a row boating trip during sunset in the Kalisil dam. It is peaceful and picturesque with breathtaking views of the sunset and rich with birdlife. Bird watching can be done at the lake, at the marshes below the fort or during your walk to the village.

Have your breakfast and get ready to explore “the city of stepwells”, Bundi visit includes Sukh Mahal famous for being the place where Kipling Wrote ‘KIM’, followed by visit to Raniji Ki Baori, also known as ‘Queen’s Stepwell’ some other famous landmarks are Taragarh Fort , 84 Pillared Cenotaph and beautiful Lake Jait Sagar. Overnight at the hotel.

After a leisurely breakfast, drive to Deogarh. It is situated on the eastern side of the Aravalli Ranges on top of a small hill and has spectacular animal and bird sanctuaries. Arrive and check in at the Palace hotel.

Move out to spend your day with the local villagers, who are often engaged in the farming and also in making the local handicrafts. Enjoy a village train ride to the nearest town, to interact with the locals and explore their rural lifestyle, which goes through the sanctuary and hills of Kali Ghati (black valley), where there are many bridges and tunnels constructed by the British. There are many wild animals in the region, and the plains of Marwar region are visible from atop the mountains. Return to Deogarh by evening.

After having your breakfast, checkout and drive to Pali. Pali is famous for its temples, Hinglaj Mata Temple and Parshwanath Jain Temple. It has been also known for its textile industries, cotton and yarn were exported to every region in India from here. Evening take a drive to the nearby local villages.

Drive to Jodhpur today and check in. Jodhpur is known as the blue city, due to the city's houses being painted in blue. It is the cultural capital of Rajasthan, with historic temples, forts, and palaces, fascinating architecture, and beautiful art. Upon arrival, take a tour of the majestic Mehrangarh Fort built in 1459. It is one of the most formidable and impressive structures in India and is an architectural marvel. After exploring the fort, continue your tour to the royal cenotaphs of Jaswant Thada. In the evening, take a stroll around the Clock Tower area and the beautiful local bazaars in the winding narrow streets and return back to the hotel.

This morning, go on a traditional Bishnoi tribal village safari. A village safari is a perfect way to experience traditional village life. You will visit villagers in their homes and be received with warmth and friendliness. Here, you can learn about the communities and understand their worlds, and see their entrepreneurial skills whilst they share their life stories. Later, drive to the Thar Desert and to the historic city of Bikaner in northeastern Rajasthan. On the way, stop by Deshnok Karni Mata temple, also known as Rat temple and pay your visit here. Continue to Bikaner - established by Rao Bika, the son of Maharaja Rao Jodha (the founder of Jodhpur), in 1488, Bikaner quickly became an important stop on the trade route between Central Asia and the Gujarat coast, before becoming an important cultural center for arts and architecture under Mughal rule in the 16th century. After checking in, a half-day sightseeing tour of this beautiful city starts with a visit to the majestic Junagarh Fort, which was built by Raja Rai Singhji between 1571 and 1611. Inspired by his overseas trips, Junagarh Fort comprises palaces, temples, pavilions, monuments, and art. Also visit the camel breeding farm, a unique farm in Asia. Evening is at leisure.

Drive to the beautiful Shekhawati region, one of Rajasthan's best-kept secrets. This region once functioned as a trading outpost for ancient caravan routes for goods from China and the Middle East. You'll stop in the towns of Mandawa, Fatehpur and Nawalgarh to visit the decorated havelis, traditional elaborate mansions. Take in the intricate frescoes as you get a glimpse of what life is like in Rajasthan. Mandawa, known as the 'open art gallery of Rajasthan' is famous for its forts and havelis (mansions), that are adorned with exquisitely painted frescoes. Commissioned by wealthy merchant families from the 18th to the early 20th centuries, the Shekhawati region is dotted with so many beautifully painted havelis that discovering them is like a treasure hunt, with the fine art adorning the walls and ceilings perfectly contrasting against the otherwise flat, barren landscapes of the region. Overnight at Mandawa.

Morning have your breakfast, checkout and drive back to New Delhi and upon arrival you have the option of some last minute shopping or having dinner at one of the local restaurants. Evening at leisure and overnight stay at an airport hotel.

At appropriate time, checkout and you will be transferred to the International airport for your onward journey [The Tour Ends]