There is simply no better way to see Rajasthan than by rail. Each
destination is conveniently connected with the other, there are
overnighters as well as day trains, and because these are not busy,
commercial routes, there is little chance of being delayed. The railways
bring back the romance of travel, allowing you to experience the people
who actually make up the land. A railway journey is no sterile account
of a voyage undertaken devoid of the living colours and sounds and
tastes in an enchanted land because it places the visitors firmly in
touch with his environment.
Delhi - Jaipur -
Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Sawai Madhopur - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Bharatpur
Day 1, DELHI - Jaipur
Board the train this evening for a special 3-course gala dinner which
will be served at the station prior to departing.
Day 2, DELHI - Chittorgarh
Early morning arrival at Jaipur. A tour of the city and an evening
cultural tour is included. Evening departure.
Day 3, Chittorgarh - Udaipur
Early morning arrival at Chittorgarh to see the famous fort and continue
on to Udaipur by coach for lunch at the Lake Palace. Evening departure
to Sawai Madhopur.
Day 4, Sawai Madhopur - Jaisalmer
Morning sight seeing to the Ranthambhore National park before
departing for Jaisalmer.
Day 5, Jaisalmer - Jodhpur
Arrival at Jaisalmer. Morning tour of the fort and Havelis. Evening
departure to Jodhpur.
Day 6, Jodhpur - Bharatpur
Early morning arrival in Jodhpur. Morning sight seeing tour
includes Mehrangarh fort and Jaswant Thada.
Day 7, Bharatpur - Agra - Delhi
Early morning arrival in Bharatpur. Visit the bird sanctuary before
joining the coach to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri. Afternoon tour of Taj
Mahal and Agra fort. Late evening departure for Delhi.
Day 8, Delhi
Early morning arrival into Delhi where
the tour ends.