Rajasthan Tour


The tour programme is geared to meet the holiday requirements of the busy traveller, hard pressed for time and a longer leisure tour. Some of the finest hotels from the Taj and Oberois are selected to give you highest levels of comfort and a peek into the exotic rural Rajasthan at her best.

On your arrival you shall be received by the company representative and transferred to Hotel Imperial. The Imperial was built in 1931 by Blomfield & inaugurated by Lord Wellingdon, the hotel is known for it’s contemporary colonial design, unique artefacts & paintings.

After B’fast, you shall visit the Chandani Chowk on a cycle-rickshaw. Those partial to walking, shall enjoy a heritage walk, savouring as you do, some of the delightful medieval sites related to Mughal history. Returning to the modern times, you shall visit New Delhi, ending an interesting day at the Qutab Minar!

Udaipur City Palace is one of the best in northern India, Crystal Gallery, Maharanas vintage car garage which houses some of the rarest Rolls Royse. You shall be taken on a city tour of Udaipur, bestride a vintage car. The vintage cars were once symbols of wealth & authority. The car trip lasts about an hour.

You shall also be taken on an evening cruise on the lake Pichola, around the Lake Palace. This is the time when the sun glides behind the Udaipur hills flooding the entire façade of the city palace and the lake palace with golden rays…beautiful setting!

Next on the agenda is the country destination of Shahpura Bagh. The idyllic and unspoilt rural setting of this property will give you a close look at the real village life of Rajasthan. The style and decor of Shahpura Bagh is very much a meet of Rajasthani & colonial with a quiet, understated yet elegant air.

The next port of call is Jaipur well known for the Fort Amber perched high above the Aravallis & the beautiful handcrafted jewellery etc. Enjoy your stay in a premier Haveli Hotels belonging to the erstwhile chieftains of Samode.

Your journey finally turns towards Agra, well known for the Taj Mahal and with a room overlooking the iconic image makes for a sensational stay.

Tentative Itinerary

Destination / Route Hotel / Stay
Abroad >> New Delhi Hotel Imperial (2n)
Fly Udaipur Hotel Taj Lake Palace / Oberois Udai Vilas (2n)
Shahpura Bagh Hotel Shahpura Bagh (2n)
Jaipur Hotel Samode Haveli / Rambagh Palace (2n)
Agra Hotel Oberois Amar Vilas (1n)

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Destinations covered : New Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Nimaj – Jodhpur – Chanoud – Udaipur
Best time to travel : October to March

This tour boasts of the finest sightseeing opportunities and hotels offered by Rajasthan.

On your arrival you shall transfer to Hotel Imperial or The Claridges, both centrally located in Lutyen’s New Delhi. For those not partial to staying in large hotels, there are splendid Guest Houses in South Delhi, closer to colourful markets and chic crowds!

A visit to old Delhi is intrinsic to appreciation of the city through it’s various phases of historical development. In celebration of the antiquity of old Delhi, you shall visit some of the most interesting & oldest nuggets of the city dating back to the 18th century…!!

The next destination, on your tour is Agra. Early morning Taj Mahal, when the rising sun floods the monument to make it a spectacle which lasts a lifetime; Fort Agra, a structure built by succeeding Mughal emperors and retaining some of the glories of the past splendour; The Tomb of Itmaddudaullah, which when approached by a young British officer,in 1859c, was termed as ‘a work of very personalised nature’ and your stay at Hotel Oberoi Amar Vilas, with the Taj looming stunningly large over the horizon.

Spend the next two days in Jaipur known for shopping of amazing handicrafts, markets that are colourful and monuments and fine dining experiences.

Nineteenth century saw some incredibly delightful sporting parties being held on the hunting grounds, followed by High Tea and exotic dinners. Your travels take you to Chattrasagar luxury tents.

Next on your agenda is Jodhpur, a destination known for Rajputs of reckless chivalry, Horse Polo and splendid fort palaces. A stay at Umaid Bhawan Palace is an experience in itself!

A day in the rural Rajasthan is a must to appreciate the sorrows and joys of life! Chanoudgarh, is an off-beat village destination, that will give you precisely what you are looking for…illiterate yet cultured villagers, going about serenely, in their daily routine!

After visiting the delightful Jain Temples at Ranakpur, you shall finally arrive in Udaipur.
Tentative Itinerary

Destination / Route Hotel / Stay
Delhi Hotel The Claridges (2n)
Agra Hotel Oberoi Amar Vilas / Taj Gateway (1n)
Jaipur Samode Haveli / Shahpura House (2n)
Nimaj Chattrasagar / Lakshaman Sagar (1n)
Jodhpur Umaid Bhawan Palace / Rass Jodhpur (2n)
Chanoud Village Chanoudgarh (1n)
Udaipur Taj Lake Palace / Oberoi Udai Vilas (3n)


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Destinations covered : Delhi >> Varanasi >> Khajuraho >> Agra >> Jaipur >> Shahpura Bagh >> Chhattrasagar >>
Jodhpur >> Udaipur

The itinerary takes you through the ancient city of Varanasi, the best part of north-central India and Rajasthan. Your journey begins in New Delhi with it’s fine Mughal & colonial monuments, colourful markets epitomizing the diversity of an Indian fabric.

Benares or Varanasi, as it is called today, is simply a mosaic of intense religiosity not to be seen, perhaps, anywhere else in the world. Varanasi locates on the banks of the Holy Ganges, with thousands of devotees taking ritual cleansing bath in the river. Thecrowded banks, the alleys, the ghats and the burning pyres complete the picture.

A short flight takes you to Khajuraho, known for the erotic images in the temples portraying – “Love between two divine beings, god Shiva & goddess Parvati is central to the theme of eroticism”.

Further, on your way to Agra, you shall pass through the sleepy town of Orchha with many a beautiful cenotaphs and medieval buildings, caught in a time-warp.

After visiting Taj Mahal at Agra and staying for couple of days, you shall proceed to Rajasthan, passing through and staying in Jaipur and some pristine rural country palaces, once residences of ex-feudatory chieftains and now beautifully restored. The rural activities are a great fun and gives a chance to the guests to get under the skin of the area. Explore the environs of Shahpura Bagh as it is the best destination to witness the intimate rural economy which to date is self-contained.

Your next stop is Chattrasagar, a luxury campsite on the banks of a lake. Elaborately decorated with hand-painted henna floors, each open-sided tent has a private porch that looks out over a bird-filled lake. With peaceful farmland as a backdrop.

A couple of hours drive take you to Jodhpur, synonymous with the photogenic Mehrangarh Fort, sitting atop a high hill.

Your final stop is Udaipur; Fringed with hills, gardens, havelis (town-houses), ghats & temples, the lake is the scenic focus of Udaipur.
Tentative Itinerary

Destination / Route Hotel / Stay
Delhi The Manor (2n)
Varanasi Taj Nadesar Palace / Taj Gateway (2n)
Khajuraho Lalit Grand Temple View (1n)
Agra Oberoi Amar Vilas / Taj Gateway (2n)
Jaipur Oberoi Raj Vilas / Samode Haveli (2n)
Shahpura Shahpura Bagh (1n)
Nimaj Chhatrasagar (1n)
Jodhpur Rass Jodhpur / Ratan Vilas (1n)
Narlai Rawla Narlai (1n)
Udaipur Oberoi Udai Vilas / The Trident (3n)


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Destinations covered : Delhi – Agra – Karauli – Sawaimadhopur – Shahpura – Udaipur – Narlai – Jodhpur –
Alsisar – Jaipur
Best time to travel : October to March

Courtesy: Ms. Peggy Reed, USA

From times immemorial the landscape of Rajasthan has been associated with recklessly brave Rajputs, princely states and sport of Tiger hunting. The tour is designed to give you a glimpse of these enduring images of this region. As usual, after your arrival in Delhi, the tour takes you through Agra and you shall enter Rajasthan at Bharatpur.

Your next destination, reachable by the morning mail train is Fort Ramathra. This area is unique as the majority of the villagers are the tribal ‘Gujjars’ or cattle grazers. As the sun goes down, enjoy a mesmerizing sunset sitting on the ramparts of the old fort…great rural ambience.

Your tryst with the tiger begins at Sawaimadhopur. Spread over an area of 400 Sq. Km. of deciduous forests the Ranthambhore Park contains some 35 tigers, 50 leopards, 130 sloth bear, 9000 deer of various kinds. Of the trees, there is a predominance of Semul, Jamoa, Kaith & Acacia. The lakes attract a variety of birds including the painted spur fowl. You shall be staying at the fabulous Sherbagh luxury camps.

Shahpura Bagh, is another milestone in Rajasthans famed past and the owners still maintain the notions of old-world hospitality. An intellectual evening is in store for you as you interact with the ex-feudatory chieftains of this fabulous colonial-style property.

Udaipur is a delight for every tourist. Visit the City Palace one of the best in India, Crystal Gallery, Maharanas vintage car garage which houses some of the rarest Rolls Royse. The ambience, history & locale of your stay, make Udaipur a tourist heaven.

After you have done the beautifully crafted Ranakpur Jain Temples, you shall arrive at Rawla Narlai, a small property with a lot of character and walks.

At Jodhpur, you shall enjoy a Heritage Walk and thereafter, proceed to Alsisar. The business houses of the nineteenth century made some fabulous town-houses, to herald their arrival on the social stage. Some of the havelis have great scenes both secular & sacerdotal.

Your final destination is Jaipur before your return journey.
Tentative Itinerary

Destination / Route Hotel / Stay
Delhi The Manor (3n)
Agra Taj Gateway / The Trident (2n)
Karauli Fort Ramathra (2n)
Sawaimadhopur Vanya Vilas / Sherbagh / Khem Villas Luxury Tents(2n)
Shahpura Shahpura Bagh (1n)
Udaipur Trident (2n)
Narlai Rawla Narlai (1n)
Jodhpur Rass Jodhpur (1n)
Alsisar Alsisar Mahal (1n)
Jaipur Samode Haveli (2n)


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Destinations covered : Delhi – Samode – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Udaipur – Bundi – Sawaimadhopur –
Jaipur – Agra
Best time to travel : October to March

This tour is designed for the discerning leisure traveller with an eye for a mix of city and moffusil town experience. Your journey starts with a couple of days of sightseeing and stay in Delhi.

The 500 year old Samode Palace, nestled in the Aravalli Hills, is one of the finest heritage hotels in the state of Rajasthan. The ‘Durbar Hall’ boasts of original frescoes & mirror work done 250 years ago. The court yards, pavilions & the fortress high above the hill provide an excellent entry to your Rajasthan tour.

Jaisalmer, a town rooted in the hoary past of silk trains and marauding forces from the passes of Balochistan, gives it a semi-ethereal atmosphere, epitomised by Jaisalmer Fort & the various town-houses. The medieval city of Jaisalmer with it’s crenellated golden sandstone walls and narrow streets, lined with exquisitely carved buildings, gives it a magical feeling. Like a fairy-tale kingdom it is abounding in ancient palaces, temples and delicately sculpted Havelis.

Your own travels take you through the medieval towns of Jodhpur, Ranakpur Jain Temples and Udaipur, arriving in Bundi, the eastern fringe of Rajasthan. Notes an English classicist, “the coup d’ oeil of the castellated palace of Bundi, from whichever side you approach, is perhaps the most striking in India”.

A long tour of Rajasthan will be incomplete without taking a tryst with the Royal Bengal Tigers in Sawaimadhopur. You shall be staying in the luxury tents, which go very well with the tiger-country, the evening bonfires and the shikar (hunting) yarns add jest to your already remarkable travels!

The tour finally takes you through Jaipur and Agra, before arriving in Delhi for your return flight.
Tentative Itinerary

Destination / Route Hotel / Stay
Delhi The Manor (2n)
Samode Village Samode Palace (1n)
Bikaner Laxmi Vilas Palace (1n)
Jaisalmer Suryagarh (3n)
Jodhpur Raas Jodhpur (2n)
Udaipur The Trident (2n)
Bundi Dev Niwas (2n)
Sawaimadhopur Khem Vilas (2n)
Jaipur The Trident (2n)
Agra Taj Gateway (2n)


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Destinations covered : Delhi >> Ramathra >> Sawaimadhopur >> Bhainsrorgarh >> Sardargarh >> Chanoud >>
Khimsar >> Samode Palace
Best time to travel : October to March

This itinerary is primarily designed for those of our valued customers who plan to visit Rajasthan, a second time, to take in depth stock of it’s colourful rural character.

Your second odyssey begins in Delhi where you shall be staying in boutique South Delhi Guest House, or if you please, in the delightful Imperial Hotel, a landmark of New Delhi.

A short but interesting train travel takes you to Gangapur city, where you shall detrain and proceed to Fort Ramathra. This area is unique as the majority of the villagers are the tribal ‘Gujjars’ or cattle grazers. The men folk are shephards and their women milk cattle. There is plenty to do in Ramthra apart from visiting the village. As the sun goes down, enjoy a mesmerizing sunset sitting on the ramparts of the old fort.

Your next destination, a short drive away, is Sawaimadhopur, where you shall be staying in the wilderness camp of Khem Villas or the delightful Sherbagh luxury tents, known for its fine cuisine, intuitive service and atmosphere.

Bhainsrorgarh, perched up on the high cliff 200 ft above the Chambal river is one of the most charming destinations in Rajasthan. The visit to village of Bhainsrorgarh is a pleasant outing with the entire population welcoming you with folded hands and old-world courtesy!

A trip to rural Rajasthan is incomplete without a visit to a battle-fort and what more than Sardargarh. Writes a classicist, of Sardargarh in c1832, “Whose China & Mirror Halls are still the theme of encomium…defaced by an explosion of powder magazine…which the guns of Holkar aided to diminish. But the castle of Lawah is still one of the finest in Mewar.”

Your next port of call, as you drive over some pleasant countryside hill tracts, is the village of Chanoud. After refreshing yourself enjoy the High-Tea from the fort ramparts as the sun goes down over the western horizon.

At twilight, you shall visit the Krishna Temple in the old ‘Jenana Wing’(erstwhile Ladies section) of the fort and participate in the pooja (obeisance) with the family amidst tinkling of bells and oil lamps being lit!

Finally, head to the 500 year old Samode palace, nestled in the Aravalli Hills, is one of the finest heritage hotels in the state of Rajasthan. The ‘Durbar Hall’ boasts of original frescoes & mirror work done 250 years ago.

This is merely a suggested itinerary and can be designed to suit individual needs.
Tentative Itinerary

Destination / Route Hotel / Stay
Delhi Imperial / Boutique GH (2n)
Karauli Fort Ramathra (2n)
Sawaimadhopur Sherbagh / Khem Villas (2n)
Bhainsrorgarh Fort Bhainsrorgarh (2n)
Sardargarh Fort Sardargarh (1n)
Chanoud Fort Chanoudgarh (1n)
Khimsar Fort Khimsar (1n)
Samode Samode Palace (2n)


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Rajasthan Budget Package Tours Code: ANJU / 2018


Picture by Mrs. Pettiford (Australia)

In order to boost the sales of our Rajasthan Tours, we are floating a special 18 Days / 17 Nights Budget Package as a product teaser.
The Hotels / Home stays meet the minimum Quality standards set by Legends & Palaces.
Hotel upgrades are available on request.

Tentative Itinerary

Destination Hotel / Stay
Delhi Saket B&B (2n)
Mehansar Narayan Niwas Castle (2n)
Jodhpur Haveli KP (2n)
Udaipur Amar Kothi (3n)
Parsoli Nahargarh Lake Palace (1n)
Jhalawar Prithvi Vilas Palace (2n)
Bundi Dev Niwas (2n)
Jaipur Arya Niwas (2n)
Agra The Retreat (1n)


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Courtesy: Oberoi Raj Vilas Jaipur


The Oberoi Hotels & Resorts offers a window into the vibrant cultures, historic monuments and great landscapes of India. Stay a minimum of 06 nights and enjoy exclusive discounts!

The offer is valid from 01 October 2015 to 31 March 2016.

The participating hotels are:

The Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra; The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur; The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur; The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambhore; Wildflower Hall, Shimla in the Himalayas; The Oberoi Motor Vessel Vrinda; The Oberoi, New Delhi; The Oberoi, Gurgaon; The Oberoi, Mumbai; The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata and The Oberoi, Bangalore.

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Destinations covered : Mumbai – Jaipur – Chattrasagar – Jodhpur – Udaipur
Best time to travel : October to March

Taj Rambagh Palace Jaipur

The itinerary takes you through some of the finest Palace Hotels from the days of princely India. The Maharajas led a very lavish life being connoisseurs of all good things, including decor, fashion, lifestyle, architecture, cuisine and culture. These former palaces have now been restored to the past glory and it is now possible to stay at some of these. The tour provides you with your private guides, chauffeur driven cars and specially designed itinerary for sightseeing, which allows you plenty of time to absorb the ambience of these fabulous palace hotels.

Your travels begin in Mumbai and the subsequent transfer to Taj Mahal Palace hotel. The hotel locates on the Arabian Sea facing the Gateway of India, predating it by some 12 years. The hotel oozes grace, character and excellent ambience. Your sightseeing takes you through the oldest parts of Bombay which includes the Fort area, with evidence of the colonial past.

Fly to Jaipur. For nearly two centuries the Ram Bagh Palace has been an abode of generations of royals. In 1925 the palace became the residence of the swashbuckling, polo-playing maharaja of Jaipur and his beautiful wife, Maharani Gaytri Devi. From your base at this fabulous palace hotel, you shall visit the Fort Amber on the back of a gaily caparisoned elephant, the City Palace and the colourful markets of Jaipur.

At Jodhpur, the Umaid Bhawan Palace, gives you a sense of being in a glorious time warp. Everything is left as it was conceived or has been restored to look no different from the original. All guests are treated like Maharaja’s Guests of Honour, thanks to the Royal Butlers!

A day out at the photogenic Mehran Garh Fort and the delightfully medieval streets of Jodhpur; Shopping and antiquing make their way on the list of the most hardened globetrotter!

At Udaipur, the Taj Lake Palace, is set against the backdrop of Aravalli mountains, on one side, the lake and the City Palace on the other. It’s courtyards, corridors, pavilions and ponds echo with the memories of an era long past gone. The ‘Gangaur’, an antique ceremonial imperial barge recreates the stately splendour of royal cruises. Illuminated by candlelight and steered by oarsmen dressed in resplendent costumes, the Gangaur glides gently across the lake, giving guests a closure view of the onshore palaces, temples or white-washed havelis (town-houses).

This itinerary, of course, can be adapted for a visit to the Taj Mahal at Agra or the Ranthambhore National Park. You may get in touch with us for a detailed tour itinerary.
Tentative Itinerary

Destination / Route Hotel / Stay
Mumbai Taj Mahal Palace (2n)
Jaipur Ram Bagh Palace (3n)
Nimaj Chattrasagar (1n)
Jodhpur Umaid Bhwan Palace (3n)
Udaipur Taj Lake Palace (3n)
Delhi The Imperial (1n)


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Destinations covered :Delhi >> Patan >> Alsisar >> Jodhpur >> Rohet >> Sardargarh >> Udaipur >> Bhainsrorgarh >> Bundi >> Jaipur >> Agra.

Best Time: October to March

The impression of Rajasthan, in many ways, conjure up images of great cities like Jaipur, Udaipur or Jodhpur . If one is willing to gofarther afield in areas less travelled, along with the more popular of its cousins, your travels will be rewarded by a colourful experience, for every stone in these far flung destinations have a story to tell. The ‘Happiness Factor’ somehow is far greater in these virgin, neat and tidy places, with very little evidence of anthropogenic footfall!

There are several destinations on this tour which are truly offbeat, and which possess an intrinsic charm, fast disappearing in the cities. The hotels, which do not cost a fortune to stay in, nonetheless, have fine ambience and all modern facilities.

Legends & Palaces, have ensured that there is a fine balance of sightseeing content, accommodation and comforts.

Tentative Tour Itinerary

Destination Hotel / Stay
New Delhi The Manor
Patan Patan Mahal
Alsisar Alsisar Mahal
Jodhpur Ratan Vilas
Rohet Rohet Garh
Sardargarh Fort Sardargarh
Udaipur Udai Kothi
Bhainsrorgarh Castle Bhainsrorgarh
Bundi Bundi Vilas
Jaipur Shahpura House
Agra The Trident
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