Duration : 4 Days / 3 Nights
Destinations : Delhi – Sariska – Jaipur – Delhi
Day 1 : Arrival in Delhi – Sariska
On your arrival at Delhi airport you will be taken to Sariska. After checking-in and freshening-up you will be taken for jungle safari to Sariska Tiger Reserve.
The reserve is enriched with abundant greenery well-guarded by the authority and is home to golden-backed peacocks, tigers, leopards, jackals, peafowls, sand grouses, crested serpent eagles and others. Siliserh Lake is a favorite spot for the crocodile. This lake is next to a palace built in 1845 by Maharaja Vinay Singh.
Day 2 : Sariska to Jaipur
Early morning you will enjoy one more jungle safari to Sariska Tiger Reserve. After breakfast, you will leave for Jaipur and check in-to another hotel. After freshening up, we will take you for sight-seeing to some of the marvelous monuments dating back to the era of Maharajas and the magic of these edifices like Hawa Mahal, City Palace, and Amber Fort is not even close to faded since then.
View surreal reflection of the Amber Fort in the Maota Lake and admire this architectural wonder. The City Palace is known to present a unique amalgam of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture and is adorned with a number of gardens and edifices and courtyards. Next, you will visit Hawa Mahal, a wonderful palace with 953 windows on the outside walls. This palace was built as a Zenana, or women’s chambers to allow the Rajput royal ladies to view the everyday street scenes.
Day 3 : Jaipur
On day 3 of the tour, you will soak into the royal ambiance and colorful culture of Rajasthan. Today you will visit the Jal Mahal, Costume Museum, Jantar Mantar the royal observatory and Chokhi Dhani the center of Rajasthani culture.
Jal Mahal is an architectural marvel on the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city. Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, this palace complex offers the most serene sight in the city of Jaipur. At Costume Museum, view a wonderful collection of local handicrafts and dress materials such as Jama, Gota, Kimkhambs, Bandhej, Zari, etc. Your next stop is the world heritage site of Jantar Mantar. This is an astronomical observatory that houses instruments to measure universal synchronization.
Next, eexperience the true color of Rajasthani culture in the Chokhi Dhani village. It is the center of Rajasthani culture and culinary art where you can see colorful paintings and enjoy folk dance while enjoying some authentic Rajasthani food.
In the evening, visit Bapu Bazar, Johari Bazaar and other local markets to buy authentic and traditional Rajasthani jewelry, clothes, precious gemstone, and wooden souvenirs.
Day 4 : Jaipur – Delhi
Leaving early morning from Jaipur, you will reach Delhi in four hours. After the arrival to Delhi, you will check-in to your hotel room and get ready to visit the hot-spots like India Gate, Old Fort, Red Fort, Humayun Tomb, etc. And by the evening you will depart from Delhi.