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Cox and Kings Passage Through Rajasthan

Cox and Kings Passage through Rajasthan

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The princely state of Rajasthan is India at its colourful best. Following a tour of the imperial sights of Mumbai (Bombay), travel through the heart of Rajasthan exploring magnificent forts and ornate palaces, finishing at the astounding Taj Mahal.

– Small group size – average 12 people (max 18)
– 4 & 5 star accommodation
– Flexible extensions, rooms and flight upgrades available
– Direct International flights with British Airways
– Internal flights in India
– Transfers in air-conditioned vehicles
– Experienced local tour manager
– 14 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 6 dinners
– 2 included safaris in Ranthambore
– Porterage at airports and stations
– All entrance fees included

– Dine on Mewari cuisine on the rooftop of a historic fort
– Take a train ride through rural Rajasthan
– Guided sightseeing in Mumbai
– Watch the sunset over the Great Thar Desert
– Stay at a former Maharajah’s hunting lodge

Day 1: Fly to Mumbai

Fly from London (regional connections available) to Mumbai with British Airways.
(No meals)

Day 2: Mumbai

Arrive and transfer to the Trident Nariman Point for 1 night. Afternoon at leisure.
(No meals)

Day 3: Fly to Udaipur

Morning sightseeing in Mumbai followed by an afternoon flight to Udaipur. Stay 2 nights at Fateh Niwas Palace. Enjoy dinner at a restaurant overlooking Lake Pichola.
(Breakfast and dinner)

Day 4: Udaipur

Sightseeing in Udaipur visiting the City Palace and Jagdish temple. In the afternoon take a boat cruise on Lake Pichola. Later, enjoy a cultural performance at Bagore-ki-Haveli.

Day 5: Ranakpur • Deorgarh

Visit the magnificent Jain temples at Ranakpur as you head to Deorgarh. On arrival, take a walk around the village. You’ll spend the next 2 nights at the Deorgarh Mahal. (Breakfast)

Day 6: Deorgarh

A day at leisure with a choice of option activities including a 4×4 safari,  gentle walk with a picnic or a cooking class. In the evening, dine on typical Mewari cuisine
(Breakfast and dinner)

Day 7: Jodhpur

Take a scenic rural train ride from Khamil Ghat to Phulad. Continue by road to Jodhpur for 2 nights at Ajit Bhawan Palace

Day 8: Jodhpur

Visit Jaswant Thada and Mehrangarh Fort. Take a heritage walk through the city and learn more about the ‘Blue City’ Brahmins.

Day 9: Bikaner

Drive to Bikaner in the Thar Desert for an overnight stay in the Narendra Bhawan, home to the last reigning maharajah of Bikaner. Take a late afternoon 4×4 safari into the desert to watch the sunset, accompanied by Indian high tea.

Day 10: Jaipur

Visit Junagarh Fort and walk through the old city. Later, drive to the royal city of Jaipur. En route, visit the town of Fatehpur and its ‘open-air gallery’ of beautiful havelis. Transfer to Trident Hotel Jaipur for a 2-night stay.
(Breakfast and dinner)

Day 11: Jaipur

Start the day with a visit to the 16th-century Amber Fort. Spend the rest of the day exploring the royal city of Jaipur, including the City Palace, Jantar Mantar observatory and colourful bazaars.
(Breakfast and dinner)

Day 12: Ranthambore National Park

Travel to Ranthambore for 2 nights at Dev Vilas. Afternoon safari in Ranthambore.
(Breakfast and dinner)

Day 13: Ranthambore National Park

Early morning safari in search of Bengal tigers. Afternoon at leisure or take an optional visit Ranthambore Fort and the NGO-supported Dastkar foundation, where local women produce handicrafts.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)

Day 14: Fatehpur Sikri • Agra

Morning drive to Agra, visiting the deserted sandstone city of Fatehpur Sikri en route and stopping at the lavish Laxmi Vilas Palace for lunch. Overnight at the Trident Hotel Agra.
(Breakfast and lunch)

Day 15: Agra • Delhi

Sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal. Visit Agra Fort before departing for Delhi and an overnight stay at Vivanta New Delhi Dwarka.

Day 16: Fly to London

Transfer to the airport for the flight to London.

Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai

Towering above the skyline and overlooking the Arabian Sea, the Trident Nariman Point is located in the heart of Mumbai’s central business district with the city’s main shopping area only a short distance away. It offers 575 well appointed guest rooms, many offering ocean views and broadband and internet access.

Fateh Niwas, Udaipur

Situated in Udaipur, just 2.5km from Lake Pichhola, Fateh Niwas is a luxury boutique hotel with spacious and elegant guestrooms. Both the swimming pool and the restaurant are located on the rooftop of the property offering fantastic views of the City Palace, Lake Pichola and the Aravalli Hills. The restaurant serves both Indian and continental dishes.

Deorgarh Mahal, Deorgarh

Deogarh Mahal, a unique family residence, overlooks the delightful village of Deogarh in the Aravalli Hills. This exquisite property is owned and lived in by the ruling family, who play an active part in the running of the hotel.

Ajit Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur

The Ajit Bhawan was originally built for Maharaja Ajit Singh, the younger brother of the Maharaja of Jodhpur, in the 1920s. A red sandstone structure, it features arched windows, carved balconies, cupolas and a quadrangle with exquisitely carved latticework.

Narendra Bhawan, Bikaner

A heritage property located in the desert town of Bikaner, the impressive Narendra Bhawan was home to the last reigning maharajah of Bikaner. Traditional Rajasthani decor can be found throughout the property, which continues in the guestrooms where elaborate ceilings, Bikaner terrazzo floors and traditional crafts can be found. The infinity swimming pool sits on the roof of the property, offering splendid views over the town. Guests can enjoy seasonal evening entertainment and tours of the palace can be arranged.

Trident Hotel, Agra

The Trident Agra is set in beautiful gardens and is only a short distance away from the Taj Mahal. This luxury hotel is built of red stone, reminiscent of the Mughal era, and is designed around a landscaped central courtyard with swimming pool and fountains. Trident features an informal, multicuisine brasserie as well as an alfresco Italian restaurant.

Delhi – 2 days, 1 nights

Stay an additional night in Delhi and take a half-day tour of New Delhi including Humayun’s tomb and the magnificent Qutab Minar.

Day 16 – Delhi
Half-day tour of New Delhi. Overnight at Vivanta New Delhi Dwarka.

Day 17 – Return home
Fly to London.

Please note, prices listed are guide prices only and are based on 2 people sharing and don’t include any additional supplements. Holiday prices are fluid and dynamic and may be changed at a moment’s notice, prior to booking, at which point they are confirmed. Please call the team free on 0800 707 6229 for more departure dates available and a quote.

Please call us free on 0800 707 6229 for pricing and availability

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