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An Off Beat Adventure Community

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An Off Beat Adventure Community

An Off Beat Adventure Community

Rajasthan is literally the land of the Kings. It is home to the chivalrous Rajputs, and its battle – scarred heritage has bestowed legacies of pride and tradition. The upper echelons of this medieval society built magnificent palaces and forts, many of which are now glorious hotels and museums. In addition, stunning handicrafts and fine arts were developed and nurtured through patronage by the Maharajas. Village life remains steeped in tradition. In Rajasthan, it’s the forts and palaces that grab your attention. Massive forts emerge from mountain tops, their battle-scarred ramparts still defying long-dead enemies. The spiked door that once held war elephants at bay open onto the twisting approaches to the palaces within. Austere and practical gives way to fantasy and opulence once safely inside. Carved marble and stone, fountains and colored glass decorate the halls of business and rooms of pleasure.

Price for Foreign nationals are 1000$ only, Including 1 night stay in Delhi

Per Person Cost



Accommodation | Compact SUV | Breakfast & Dinner | 18% GST


Lunch | Accommodation at Delhi


Day 01: Delhi to Pushkar

The first part of the drive, we drive on the busy highway to reach Pushkar. Located by the banks of Pushkar Lake, one of the oldest existing cities of India. Our first stop, we spend the day here, walking through the colorful streets. We will taste some local delicacies. Finally, ending the day with the mesmerizing sunset by the Pushkar Lake.

Approx. Distance = 380 KmsDriving Time = 7 Hours

Driving Time = 7 Hours


Day 02: Pushkar to Bikaner

Today we drive through the lesser frequented highway. While driving to the city of Havelis, we take a quick stop a few kilometers outside the city to take a look at the famous Karni Mata Temple, popularly known as the rat temple. We spend the rest of the day visiting local temples and exploring the streets of the city.

Approx. Distance = 250 Kms

Driving Time = 6 Hours


Day 03: Bikaner to Jaisalmer

An early start today, after visiting the Junagarh Fort, we head off to Jaisalmer. Today we drive on the road surrounded by barren land on both sides, passing by countless patches of water mirages. We reach Gadisar lake and from there we call it a day. The next day we visit Jaisalmer fort and Patwon Ki Haveli. The night is spent in the desert under the million stars of the Milky Way. We also try our hands at capturing the milky way.

Approx. Distance = 330 Kms

Driving Time = 6.5 Hours


Day 04: Jaisalmer


Day 05: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur

Today we drive to the blue city. Explore the streets which have been clicked endless times by world’s renowned photographers. The next day we visit the local heritage sites, Jaswant Thada and one of the largest forts of India, Mehrangarh Fort. Enjoy the famous delicacies of Jodhpur such as the Laal Maas, Kachori, etc. and we complete the day by exploring some street food outlets.

Approx. Distance = 287 Kms

Driving Time = 5 Hours


Day 06: Jodhpur


Day 07: Jodhpur to Udaipur

The day starts with an early visit to the Om Banna Temple or the Bullet Baba Temple on the outskirts of Jodhpur. From there we move further ahead experiencing one of the best routes of the trip. We spend our first evening overlooking the sunset and the view of the great city of the lake from the Monsoon Palace. Next day we enjoy the beauty of lakes, take a boat ride in one and drive up to one of the most picturesque and non-touristy lakes. We end the day with a walk to the ghats of the city. A perfect day for landscape photography.

Approx. Distance = 260 Kms

Driving Time = 6 Hours


Day 08: Udaipur


Day 9: Udaipur to Sawai Madhopur


Day 10: Sawai Madhopur to Jaipur

The shortest drive of our route, we reach the pink city today after returning from the early morning safari. We reach Jaipur and we celebrate our journey and share experiences of the earlier days we spent together. Next morning we visit Nahargarh, Jaigarh and the hidden Panna Meena Ka Kund.

Approx. Distance = 160 Kms
Driving Time = 3.5 Hours


Day 11: Back to Delhi

‣ Accommodations in guest houses/hotels/haveli style hotels. One night of sleeping in the desert under open sky on a traditional bed
‣ 2 meals in a day (Breakfast + Dinner)
‣ One session of jungle safari in Ranthambore (Sawai Madhopur)
‣ Compact SUVs (Ford Eco Sport/Hyundai Creta/Renault Duster) for self-drive (4 people in 1 car) and fuel (Only for package 1)
‣ Walkie-Talkies in each car
‣ GST of 18% as per updated regulations

‣ Any air-fare/train-fare/transportation charges apart from mentioned above in inclusion
‣ Travel and medical insurance, toll taxes
‣ Entry fees/tickets to forts, sightseeing places, etc.
‣ Any rescue service, car breakdown, accidental damage, repair and maintenance expenses
‣ Lunch throughout the tour
‣ Any personal expenses like, vehicle gears, drinks, bar & beverages, laundry, telephone and etc

Cancellation charges
‣ 30% of the package cost if cancelled 30 days prior to trip start date
‣ 50% of the package cost if cancelled 20 days prior to trip start date
‣ 100% of the package cost if cancelled 10 days prior to trip start date

Available Dates

1 Nov - 11 Nov


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Total Amount is Rs.Rs.58999
( *Excluding 5% of GST )