Top 5 Places to Visit Udaipur

Explore Rural Rajasthan by Horse & Jeep Safaries

Duration: 08 Nights / 09 Days

Routing: Delhi – Udaipur – Korta – Jungle Camp – Bera – Ranakpur – Ghanerao – Kumbhalgarh – Jodhpur / Udaipur

Day 01: Arrive Delhi

Arrive by international flight, after traditional ‘Swagat’ (Welcome) our representative would assist you at airport & transfer to hotel for check in.
Overnight ay hotel – Delhi (B)

Day 02: Delhi – Udaipur (Flight) – Korta (150 Km / 3 Hrs)

Morning transfer to airport to board flight for Udaipur. Upon arrival in Udaipur, you would be met by our representative and transferred for check-in at hotel. Later, you will do an orientation tour of Udaipur and drive down to Korta. Evening tea followed by a visit to the temple and a village walk in Raika tribe.
Overnight Hotel – Korta (B, L, D)

Day 03: Korta (Riding Distance 28 Km)

Get acquainted with the horses in the outdoor arena of Korta, as we set on a fun ride around 10 in the morning. Riding through dry river beds towards the historic temple of Mother Goddess.

On reaching the temple, you’ll be served a freshly cooked mixed cuisine lunch. After relaxing and enjoying the view, start riding back. Ride through the fields and pass through small villages to reach back Korta.
Overnight Hotel – Korta (B, L, D)

Day 04: Korta – Jungle Camp (24 Km)

In the morning take the trail towards the hills as we pass through some of the shepherd villages. A very different ride to experience through the hills before we stop for lunch organized at a farm. Ride towards the destination jungle camp near forested patch in the middle of dry riverbed.

Evening bonfire.
Overnight at Jungle Camp (B, L, D)

Day 05: Korta – Bera

(Riding Distance 30 Km)
Morning we ride through the village and age-old tracks passing through green fields, leaving peaceful and beautiful Korta behind. We reach a cool and shady place for lunch. After a relaxing lunch we head towards Aravali Hills. Passing through rocky hills & crossing a few remote villages, we reach Bera.
Overnight Hotel – Bera (B, L, D)

Day 06: Bera – Ranakpur (Riding Distance 26 Km)

We start riding as the sun rises in the east and its reflection in the water fills you with positive energy. Enjoying the sight, passing through the age old track with lush green fields, the mountains and tribal belts inhabited by Grasiyas, found only in the jungles of Aravali hills in India. En route we stop for lunch. Crossing the forest trail, we reach Ranakpur. After check in we drive down to the world famous Ranakpur Jain Temples dating back to the 15th century and known for its finely carved 1444 pillars to support this massive structure.
Overnight Hotel – Ranakpur (B, L, D)

Day 07: Ranakpur – Ghanerao (Riding Distance 28 Km)

We move parallel to the Aravalli ranges, where one can notice the change in the landscape as we head forward. We also cross a large part of forest area as we pass by dry river beds and sandy terrains. Later we reach a very small shepherd village where we stop for a few minutes to catch some amazing moments of this region. Crossing through the thorny forest tracks, we reach Ghanerao.
Overnight Hotel – Ghanerao (B, L, D)

Day 08: Ghanerao – Kumbhalgarh (Riding Distance 22 Km)

We mount on horses after breakfast in the morning and ride through the wildlife sanctuary, which houses sloth bears, leopards, antelopes, deer and a variety of birds. Stop at the forest lodge for a panoramic view of the dam with crocodiles basking in the sun and hundreds of migratory birds in the lake. After lunch we move for Kumbhalgarh, crossing thick forested area before reaching Aodhi – an erstwhile hunting lodge of the Maharana of Mewar.
Overnight Hotel – Kumbhalgarh(B, L, D)

Day 09: Kumbhalgarh – Jodhpur /Udaipur

Today we drive back to Jodhpur or Udaipur. You have the option of joining us for a Jeep Safari or proceeding with your onward travel. (B)

Our tour concludes: Caper thanks you for your patronage and ensures a punctual transfer to the airport for your onward journey. We look forward to serving you again in the near future.

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