If you are looking for luxury in royal style then this is for you. Stay in magnificent palaces & forts where once the Maharajas lived. Get first hand experience of royalty & enjoy your stay in one of the finest palace hotels of the world.

15 days from USD 3200.

Delhi | Agra | Jaipur | Samode | Nimaj | Jodhpur | Rohetgarh | Devigarh | Dungarpur | Udaipur | Delhi


Day 1: Delhi | Agra (3 hrs drive)

Sight seeing of Taj Mahal, Agra fort & Akbar's mausoleum.

Day 2: Agra | Fatehpur Sikri | Jaipur (5 hrs drive)

Explore local bazaar for bargain shopping of Jaipur's famous Blue Pottery, textiles, jewellery and decorative items handcrafted by expert artisans.

Day 3: Jaipur

Morning elephant ride to Amber Fort. Later sight seeing tour of City palace, Hawa Mahal (Palace of winds), Jantar Mantar & Amber fort on elephant back.

Day 4: Jaipur | Samode (1 hr drive)

Samode Palace was initially built in the sixteenth century as a Rajput fort, but in early 19th century, under the nobleman Rawal Berisal, it was converted from a fort into an exquisitely designed palace in Rajput and Muslim architectural style. Relax & enjoy the ambience of the stunning luxurious Samode Palace tucked in a desert village & where the Hollywood movie "Far Pavilion" was shot. Evening enjoy villagers perform and sing in the palace courtyard.

Day 5: Samode | Nimaj

Nimaj is a tranquil hideaway in the heart of the Aravalli Hills and an excellent place to relax and unwind during a tour of Rajasthan. The Thakurs of Nimaj were one of the eight "Sirayats" (highest honour given to feudal lords for their bravery and they formed the permanent advisory senate of privileged Thakurs) of Marwar. The surrounding countryside continues to be tilled by farmers in a way unchanged for centuries and the waters of the nearby lake sustain a healthy population of seasonal birdlife. Visit Nimaj Palace. Originally built as a residential palace of the royal family of Nimaj, the palace has now been converted in to an experiential heritage hotel offering wide ranging experiences.

Day 6: Nimaj | Jodhpur (2 hrs drive)

ay free to explore bazaars of Jodhpur.

Day 7: Jodhpur

Visit Mehrangarh Fort spread over 5 kilometers on a steep hill and looking down 125 meters. The fort appears rugged and impenetrable from the outside, but houses some of the most intricately adorned palaces with exquisitely carved panels and latticed windows. The structure justifies the name "Mehran – Majestic, garh – Fort". Also visit Jaswanth Thada & the majestic Umaid Bhawan Palace.

Day 8: Jodhpur/Rohetgarh (1 hr drive)

Rohetgarh Fort is the bastion of the chivalrous Champawat clan of Rathores. Even though this fort is one of the lesser known forts of Rajasthan, its architectural marvel and exquisite carvings and paintings speak volumes about the beauty of the citadel. The Rohetgarh Fort was presented as a gift to Thakur Dalpat Singh I in 1622 AD for leading and winning several wars under the banner of the Rathores of Marwar. This fort hotel is a paradise for nature lovers, known for its peaceful haven with well manicured lawns, where one can easily sight peacocks roaming freely in the fort and the only sound one can hear is the chirping of the birds.

Day 9: Rohetgarh/Devigarh (4½ hrs drive)

A heritage luxury hotel and resort, housed in the 18th-century Devi Garh palace in the village of Delwara. It was the royal residence of the rulers of Delwara principality, from mid-18th century till mid-20th century. Situated amidst in the Aravalli hills Devigarh forms one of the three main passes into the valley of Udaipur.
In 2006, the New York Times named it as is one of India's leading luxury hotels, and Frommer's Review, while calling it "the best hotel in the subcontinent", stated that "Devi Garh is more than beautiful, it is inspiring.

Day 10: Devigarh

Day free to explore the Palace and villages around.

Day 11: Devigarh | Dungarpur (2½ hrs drive)

Nestled at the foothills of the Aravalis, the rural town of Dungarpur is famous for its architecturally marvelous temples and palaces. With the blue waters of the Gaibsagar Lake at its heart, and 2 magnificent rivers - Mahi and Som flowing through the region.
Once a stronghold of the Bheels - a tribe whose history of inhabitation in the Aravalli range is believed to date back to 4000 B.C, Dungarpur was initially the village of Dungaria - a Bheel chief. It is believed that Rawal Veer Singh assassinated Dungaria and established the town of Dungarpur sometime around 1282. The rulers of Dungarpur claim to be descendants of the Rajput house of Mewar.

Day 12: Dungarpur | Udaipur (1½ hrs drive)

Day free at leisure at the beautiful fairy tale lake city. Evening sunset boat cruise in the Lake Pichola.

Day 13: Udaipur

Visit the City Palace and museum. A majestic architectural marvel towering over the lake on a hill surrounded by crenelated walls, it is a conglomeration of courtyards, pavilions, terraces, corridors, rooms and hanging gardens. The main entrance is through the triple arched gate, the 'Tripolia' with eight marble porticos. The Maharana were weighed under the gate in the gold, the equivalent amount of which was distributed among the populace. Later visit Saheliyon Ki Badi. This small ornamental garden was a popular relaxing spot where royal ladies came for a stroll and hence the name. The garden has many fountains in its four delightful pools,chiseled kiosks and marble elephants.

Day 14: Udaipur

Day free.

Day 15: Udaipur/Delhi

Board afternoon flight to Delhi.


Room with breakfast + air-conditioned car with driver + English speaking/language guide/naturalist for all sight seeing.