Jaipur: Jaipur is the capital of India’s Rajasthan state. It evokes the royal family that once ruled the region and that, in 1727, founded what is now called the Old City, or “Pink City” for its trademark building colour. At the centre of its stately street grid (notable in India) stands the opulent, colonnaded City Palace complex. With gardens, courtyards and museums, part of it is still a royal residence.
Sawai Madhopur: Sawai Madhopur was built as a planned city by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I of Jaipur on 19 January 1763, who named the township after himself. On 19 January, Sawai Madhopur celebrates its foundation day.It is home to the Ranthambore National Park which includes the historic Ranthambore Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sawai Madhopur is famous for the Trinetra Ganesh temple and guavas, affectionately known as "Madhopur guavas" in Rajasthan.
Ranthambore: Ranthambore National Park is a vast wildlife reserve near the town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan, northern India. It is a former royal hunting ground and home to tigers, leopards and marsh crocodiles. Its landmarks include the imposing 10th-century Ranthambore Fort, on a hilltop, and the Ganesh Mandir temple. Also in the park, Padam Talao Lake is known for its abundance of water lilies.
Bundi: A captivating town with narrow lanes of Brahmin-blue houses, lakes, hills, bazaars, and a temple at every turn, Bundi is dominated by a fantastical palace of faded parchment cupolas and loggias rising from the hillside above the town. Though an increasingly popular traveller hang-out, Bundi attracts nothing like the tourist crowds of places such as Jaipur or Udaipur. Few places in Rajasthan retain so much of the magical atmosphere of centuries past. Bundi came into its own in the 12th century when a group of Chauhan nobles from Ajmer were pushed south by Mohammed of Ghori. They wrested the Bundi area from the Mina and Bhil tribes and made Bundi the capital of their kingdom, known as Hadoti. Bundi was generally loyal to the Mughals from the late 16th century on, but it maintained its independent status until incorporated into the state of Rajasthan after 1947.
Kota: Kota formerly known as Kotahand The city of Kota was once the part of the erstwhile Rajput kingdom of Bundi. It became a separate princely state in the 17th century. Apart from the several monuments that reflect the glory of the town, Kota is also known for its palaces and gardens.
Day 01: At Jaipur
Arrival Jaipur International Airport/Rly Stn. Upon arrival you will met by MST representative and transfer to Hotel for Check in. A rest of the day for fresh-n-up and leisure followed by a warm welcome with welcome drink. Evening visit to Amer Fort to watch the Light & Sound Show, en-route sees the Jal Mahal (Out Side only). Overnight at Hotel.
Day 02: Jaipur Excursion
Post Breakfast, we proceed to explore the Heritage City Jaipur, like: City Palace, Jantar Mantar (Observatory), Hawa Mahal and Albert Hall. Evening free in the Jaipur local Market. Overnight at Hotel in Jaipur.
Day 03: Jaipur to Sawai Madho Pur 180 km
After breakfast, proceed to Sawai Madho Pur. On arrival check in hotel/resort. Sawai Madho Pur is famous due to Ranthambore National Park and its Tigers. During a second half visit to the Trinetra Ganesh Temple and the Ranthambore Fort, which was recently included in the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, being the main attractions. Evening enjoy the pool in the resort. Overnight stay.
Day 04: Enjoy the Jeep Safari in the Ranthambore National Park
Wake up an early in the morning and proceed to entry gate to start you National Park journey to see, how the wild animal lives in their natural habitat. And after then proceed to Surwal Lake, which is 25 kms away from Ranthambore and a seasonal lake. You are sure to be enchanted by the beauty of the lake, which enjoys the generosity of Mother Nature in abundance. The best time to be here is between November and March, as during the migratory season you will find birds from all parts of the world spread their wings to reach here. The beautiful water bodies invite birds whose melodious songs offer you the best music during the winter. Overnight in resort at Ranthombore.
Day 05: Sawi Madho Pur to Bundi 132 Km
After breakfast, proceed to Bundi, en-route sees the Hathi Bhata. On arrival at Bundi visit the Bundi Fort, Sukh Mahal and the numerous step- wells. Like: Naga Saga Kund (step wells) and Rani Ki Baori, Overnight in hotel at Bundi.
The tourist attractions in Bundi include glorious medieval forts, temples, havelis and magnificent palaces. The tourists will love to visit Bundi because of its serene atmosphere and strikingly expressive landscape. Bundi is perfectly located at the foothills of a large hill with a splendid lake in the center of this beautiful city of Rajasthan).
The most impressive Taragarh Fort is the prime attraction in the city of Bundi. This fort was constructed in the 14th century. The visitors will find a large battlement (Bhim Burj) inside the fort. One will also see a cannon and a large reservoir. The reservoir was carved from a single piece of rock. The Bundi Palace is another place of attraction, located in close proximity to the Taragarh Fort. One will see some exquisite murals that typify the glorious era of Indian royalty. Bundi is also famous for its large number of age old step-wells (locally called Baoris). The step-wells that have been maintained till today are the Nagar Sagar Kund, Raniji ki Baori, and Nawal Sagar. One of the prominent tourist attractions is a temple of Lord Varuna (God of Rains), half submerged in the water of the Nawal Sagar lake. The visitors, who want to see that temple, must go by boat.
Bijolia flourished during the Chauhan period in its history. A number of Shiva Temples were constructed in the 9th century. The prominent temple is the Hajaresvara Mahadeva Temple. The Hajaresvara contains a tall Linga encircled by smaller Lingas. Other notable Hindu places of worship in Bijolia include the Baijnath, Undeswar Mahadeva, and Mahakala temples. Travelers participating in the Bundi to Bijolia excursion may also visit the Mandakini Kund. The Mandakini Kund is a water tank whose water is supposed to have divine properties. The temples in Bijolia are characterized by carved arched entrances. The archway of the Bijolia temples is adorned with the image of the Hindu God Ganesha. Ganesha symbolizes a guardian or protector of the temples.
Day 06: Bundi to Kota 38 km
After breakfast, Proceed to Kota and on arrival visit to Garadiya Mahadev, City Palace, Kishore Sagar and evening visit to Seven Wonder of Kota. Overnight in hotel at Kota.
Day 07: Bundi to Jaipur 250 km
After breakfast, visit to Khade Ganesh Ji Temple and Kaithoon and after then proceed to Jaipur Overnight in hotel in Jaipur.
Day 08: Homeward / Onward destination
Post breakfast, the tour concludes with unforgettable memories of Heritage State of India. Mountain Sill Tours thanks you for your patronage and ensures a punctual transfer to Jaipur International Airport to catch the flight for your onward Destination.
- Transportation: As per itinerary.
- Accommodation: in hotel /resort /Tents on Twin or Double sharing basis.
- Meal: With Buffet Breakfast in hotel/resort and Half Board at Sam Sand Dunes.
- Will provide the 01 Bottle of Mineral Water to the guest daily during travelling only
- The Company provides the Tour Escort during the tour Spl. For group.
- All entry fees of Forts, Palaces, Museums, and Monuments.
- All kind of personal expenses such as tips, laundry, telephone bills, beverages, etc.
- It also does not include any meals unless and otherwise specifically mentioned.
- Domestic or International Airfare
- Optional, suggested, or unspecified activities.
- Requirement of Guide for monument, fort and palaces and the concept Tours representative, if requested will cost extra.
- Camera fee (still or movie)
- Additional sightseeing charges or extra usage of vehicle.
- Any additional charges arising due to natural calamities, political disturbances, VIP movement, etc.
- A local English-speaking tour escort throughout the tour
- Everything not mentioned in the inclusions.
- Extra stay pre/post tour.
- Any extra expenses incurred for change of route due to any unforeseen circumstances, force, majeure, instances, natural calamities, political disturbances, strikes etc.
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