Rajasthan With Tigers

7 Nights / 8 Days  Rajasthan Tour with Tigers (Places Covered: : Ranthambore,  Jaipur, Ajmer/Pushkar, Jodhpur and Udaipur)

Planning a weekend trip from would be a mind-blowing retreat for travel freaks or wildlife enthusiasts. A road journey from Ranthamore, jaipur, Ajmer/Pushkar, Jodhpur,  and you have many places to explore.

Day 1 - Arrive at Ranthambore

On Arrival, transfer to hotel. Later visit Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, popular for Tiger in evening excursion if arriving till afternoon.

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, popular for Tiger in evening excursion if arriving till afternoon. This national park is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger. You can also capture stunning views of the Aravalli mountains with your camera. You can see rich wildlife while roaming through the forest, including 300 trees, 50 aquatic plant species, 272 birds and 12 reptiles, as well as amphibians, amphibians, and 30 mammals.

Day 2 - Ranthambore to Jaipur. (200kms and 3.5 hrs)

After breakfast drive to Jaipur. On arrival, check-in at the hotel and later visit Maharaja’s Museum and Jai Singh’s astronomical observatory and Hawa Mahal. (Overnight at Hotel)

Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds, or also called Palace of the Breeze, is one of the important places to visit in Jaipur. Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1798, Hawa Mahal is a five-storey extension in the form of a honeycomb. This unique building has 953 small windows, called jharokhas, decorated with intricate latticework. The entire palace represents the crown of the Hindu God, Lord Krishna.


Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, the ruler of Jaipur was one of the best theorists of ancient India. After achieving the milestones of constructing the planned city Jaipur, as well as several other scientific and architectural epitomes, the Maharaja built five astronomical instruments to study space. These instruments were called Jantar Mantar, which means Calculating Instrument. The largest of these instruments is located in Jaipur and has been

Albert Hall Museum

After the foundation stone of this museum was laid in 1876 to commemorate the visit of the Prince of Wales, there arose confusion about the usage of this hall. Plenty of suggestions came in asking for using this hall for educational or political use, none of which held good!

Day - 3 : Jaipur Sightseeing

After breakfast, excursion to Amber the old capital of Jaipur rulers. Ride on the back of an elephant from the foots of the hill upto the gates of the fortress. Visit Birla Mandir and then rest of the evening for leisure.

HAmber fort

Nostalgic Amer Fort (Amber Fort) is one of India’s most popular and visited forts. It is located near Jaipur, Rajasthan. It is no surprise that it ranks high on the list of Jaipur’s top attractions.

As part of a group that included six hill forts in Rajasthan, the fort was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. Its architecture is notable for its fusion of Rajput (Hindu), and Mughal(Islamic) styles.

Birla mandir

Tourists are most likely to want to visit the temples that are famous in any city they go to and travelers who travel to Jaipur are advised to go to at least the Birla Mandir. A symbol of peace and tranquility with its white, pristine appearance, Birla Mandir stands majestically in the backdrop of the hilly landscape.

Birla the temple has become a symbol in the city that attracts many tourists and devotees on a daily basis. It is also called the Laxmi Narayan temple and is the sacred holy for Lord Vishnu and goddess Lakshmi.

Day:-4 Jaipur to Ajmer/Pushkar Sightseeing (180 kms and 3 hrs.)

After breakfast drive to Pushkar, En-route visit Moinuiddin Chisti Dargah at Ajmer and later get checked in Pushkar hotel. After checking in visit Ghats and Brahma Temple.(Overnight at Hotel)


The Dargah Moin-ud-din Chishti, the most sacred shrine to Muslims in Rajasthan and India, is known as Ajmer Sharif. It is also known as Ajmer Sharif and contains the mortal remains the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Choshiti. This shrine can be found in Ajmer, Rajasthan. It is open to all faiths and casts. The Dargah, a living example Mughal Architecture and their faith, is an impressive building. 

brahma temple

Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, or the Brahma temple in Pushkar (Rajasthan), is the most well-known Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, who is believed to be the creator of all things. It is the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma and attracts thousands of pilgrims each year. Because of the Brahma Temple, Pushkar appears holy. It is also mentioned in the top ten most sacred religious sites in the world as well as the five sacred pilgrimages of Hindus in India.

Day 05: Pushkar to Jodhpur (200 kms and 4 hrs.)

After breakfast drive to Jodhpur. On arrival, check in hotel. Later enjoy the sightseeing tour of Meherangarh Fort and the Royal Cenotaphs of Maharaja Jaswant Singh Jaswant Thada and Ummaid Bhawan Palace. (Overnight At Hotel)

mehrangarh Fort

The Mehrangarh Fort is a hundred feet high and stands on a precipice to the opposite, four hundred feet above Jodhpur. Red sandstone polished to a forceful finish. But it also has a strange, captivating magnificence that attracts. The Citadel of the Sun has received a lot of attention, as it truly is one of the most important in Rajasthan. Its dimensions are so vast that Rudyard Kipling described it as “the work of mammoths”. It is today a protected stronghold in India.

ummaid bhawan palace

One of the most well-known palaces is Umaid Bhawan Palace, which was built between 1928 and 1943. It is believed that the palace was built with large quantities of yellow sandstone, covering 26 acres of gardens. This makes it one of the most luxurious private residences in the world. This place features the art Deco design and the renaissance style. It also has 2 swimming pools, and Jiva Grande Spa.

Day 06: Drive Jodhpur to Udaipur via Ranakpur (300 kms and 6 hrs.)

After breakfast at hotel, drive to Udaipur en-route visit Ranakpur – (Jain Temples at Ranakpur built in white marble. its 29 halls spread over 40,000 sq.ft. and consisting of 1,444 pillars, not one of which is alike in its carving). After visit continue drive to Udaipur and check-in to hotel.

Jain Temples at Ranakpur

In the heart of Aravalli hills is the Jain temple Ranakpur. It is a beautiful example of art and culture, which makes it a valuable site in Rajasthan. This temple was built in 1446. It was finished in 1496. The completion of the temple took fifty years.

It is made of marble and has three floors. There are four entrances to the temple’s structure. Four images of Adinath are housed in the main chamber. Each image is approximately seventy-two inches high and is made of white marble. They are designed so that only one image can be found in each direction. This temple is also known by the Chaturmukh Jain Temple. There are also seventy-six small, domed shrines of varying sizes, four assembly halls and four principal shrines located in each direction. Four distinct Meghananda Mandapas have beautiful designs. They are forty feet tall and have delicate carvings around. They support magnificent domes that are studded with precious stones. These pillars are made of precious stones and make the temple a main attraction.

Day 07: Udaipur Sightseeing

After breakfast morning tour of Udaipur city includes palace museum- is of granite and marble with filigreed balconies, ornate windows and craftsmanship in glass. each palace within is an outstanding creation of art, sahelion ki bari – a garden with fountains, once used for the enjoyment of royal ladies. Bhartiya lok kala mandal- a folk art museum, jagdish temple Evening enjoys the boat cruise on Lake Pichola.


The City Palace Museum is the jewel of the Udaipur City Palace Complex. Here you can learn about the life and times of the Maharanas and get a sense of their culture. This sprawling museum actually contains a number of palaces, including the Mardana Mahal for royal men and Zenana Mahal for royal women.


Saheliyon Ki Bari, a magnificent garden located in Udaipur (India), is known as the Courtyard of Maidens. It is also known by the name “Garden or Courtyard of Maidens”. It was named after the maidens who accompanied Princess Maharana Sangram Singh after her marriage. The captivating Saheliyon Ki Bari can be found on the banks the Fateh Sagar Lake. The lush green lawns are complemented by canopied walking paths and stunning fountains. 


This cultural heritage museum was established in 1952 and features Rajasthani folk art, literature, and dance. The Mewar culture and art are very well-known around the world. Visitors come from all parts of the world to enjoy the culture and art displayed in The Lok Kala Mandal, Udaipur.This museum preserves the lost folk culture of Rajasthan.

Day 08: : Depart Udaipur for Delhi/Mumbai

After breakfast you are transferred to airport or Railway Station for your Departure.

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