is one of the most loved towns of Rajasthan. As a tourist destination, this
city renders countless moments of pleasure for the yearning tourist. The
traditional warmth and culture dominates the city of silvery sand dunes. The
special magic and aura that this city creates is another feather in its cap.
The city manages to sustain even during British Raj and Mughal dynasty.
The Jaisalmer Fort: Jaisalmer Fort 'Sonar Kila' is huge and expansive. It
affords a splendid view of the city from its top.
Manak Chowk and Havelis: A main marketplace outside the fort leads to the
narrow lanes dotted with famous 'havelis'.
Gadsisar Sagar Tank: the lake affords a panoramic view when rainwater gets
accumulated here. Also see numerous beautiful shrines around.
Jain Temples: The fort has three exquisitely carved Jain Temples dedicated
to the Jain Tirthankaras - Rishabhdevji and Sambhavnathji.
Arrive Delhi. Full day tour of Delhi.
Day 02: Jaisalmer
Drive to Jaisalmer
The Jaisalmer Fort: The golden - hued Jaisalmer Fort 'Sonar Kila' can be
seen miles away before reaching the town.
Day 03: Jaisalmer
Reaching Jaisalmer, Morning camel Safari.
Chowk and Havelis: - A main marketplace outside the fort leads to the narrow
lanes dotted with famous 'havelis .
Traditional dinner in the evening
a major chunk of the Himalayas in the country, India has excellent white
water potential including several rivers still awaiting first descent. The
variety of flora and fauna combined with the rich cultural heritage and
hospitable people all along the Indian Himalayas, make river trips in this
region an unforgettable experience. The meandering, frothing Ganga near
Rishikesh is a popular spot for white water rafting. River vacations of
wilderness adventure. We offers fantastic river rafting in Ganges
considering excellent safety standards with imported equipment, trained
guides and all logistic support. The whitewater river rafting stretch of the
Ganges is from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh where the river has 12 major rapids
over 36 kms, most of which are easily negotiable and some require our
expertise. Don't miss out on the ride of a lifetime. Savor the thrill of raw
adventure or the relaxation of a flat trip.
Day 01: Arrive Dehi
Arrive Delhi. Full day tour of Delhi.
Day 02: Rishikesh
Drive to Rishikesh, Rafting in Ganges stay in camps at the bank of the
01: Mumbai - Aurangabad Flight
Departure transfer to domestic airport for flight to Aurangabad. Upon
arrival transfer to your hotel. In the afternoon, tour the city named after
the 6th famous Mughal Emperor, Aurangzeb. This city is also the stepping
stone to the world famous rock cut temples of Ajanta and Ellora. Visit Bibi
Ka Maqbara - the tomb of Aurangzeb's wife - built in 1679. Also visit the
Panchakki, that serves as the tomb of a muslim saint buried there in 1624.
Return to the hotel for overnight stay.
Day 02: Ajanta and Ellora
After breakfast drive through the country side from Aurangabad to visit the
stunning rock cut temples of Ajanta and Ellora. Ajanta is one of India's
most impressive archaeological sites where Buddhist art attained the peak of
its development, revealing a life style and society, amazing to the modern
eye. There are 29 rock hewn caves decorated with sculptures. They are so
designed that the frescoes and chapels get a flood of natural light at
various times of the day. Continue the drive to Ellora which has 34 caves.
Unlike Ajanta, where the temples were carved out of a steep cliff, the caves
at Ellora were dug into the slope of a hill, in a north-south direction,
which means that they can receive the light of the setting sun from the
west. The temples of Ellora show the evolution of Hinduism, Buddhism and
Jainism, aging over 2000 years. It is also estimated that around 200,000
tonnes of stone were removed in their construction. Return to Aurangabad for
overnight stay at the hotel. (Breakfast included)
Day 03: Aurangabad Onward Destination
Departure transfer for onward destination. (Breakfast included)