Travel Agency

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Itinerary at a glance

We are three friend.We go to Rajasthan from Delhi. Our itinerary Is a walking in Rajasthan.We go to Delhi from Jalandhar.

DAY 1 Join Delhi DAY 2 Trains to Jaipur DAY 3 in Jaipur DAY 4 Cycle to farm camp DAY 5 Farm camp to Sariska Park

Detailed Itinerary:-


Due to airline schedules it is not possible to arrive in Delhi before 9pm on DAY 1 on any of Our Indian itineraries. By the time you clear Customs and make your way to the group hotel it is usually after midnight before you get into our Rooms. We recommend passengers wanting to have some time in Delhi, or just time to get over the jet lag arrive in Delhi a day prior to commencing their trip; however this will be at your own expense. We can arrange both accommodation and transfers if you require so please do not hesitate to ask your reservations consultant.

DAY 1 Arrive Delhi.

On arrival at the group hotel your leader will brief the group on the trip. The rest of the day is free to adjust to the sights, sounds and smells of India.

DAY 2 Train to Jaipur.

We transfer to New Delhi station to board the early morning Express train to Jaipur. The train takes five hours, reaching Jaipur by lunchtime, giving us the afternoon to wander the city. The famed "Pink City" of Jaipur is the capital of the state of Rajasthan, and was founded in the early 18th century by Maharajah Jai Singh, who moved from Amber…...

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