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This itinerary includes very exclusive hotels like Devigarh, Rawla Narlai and Mihirgarh Fort. We have incorporated Heritage Walk in Mumbai, Village walk in Devigarh & Narlai to show then the rural Rajasthan.

The program exclusive dinners at Devigarh, Step well dinner at Narlai, barbeque lunch at Ranakpur, sit down dinner at Jaipur & farwell dinner at world famous Bukhara Restaurant in Delhi.

Besides usual sightseeing we experience the camel card ride 2 kms from Mihirgarh Fort, experience Mihirgarh - a destination in itself and later enjoy the luxuries of Tree of life resort and Spa in Jaipur.




HERITAGE WALK - Start from the Gateway of India. Walk up Shivaji Marg past the members-only colonial relic Royal Bombay Yacht Club on one side and the Art Deco residential-commercial complex Dhanraj Mahal on the other towards Regal Circle.

Continue up MG Rd, and on to the National Gallery of Modern Art. Diagonally opposite the art gallery is the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum (Prince of Wales Museum).

Back across the road is 19-century Elphinstone College. Slightly further north is the David Sassoon Library, significantly funded by the affluent Jewish businessman, David Sassoon, a good place to escape the heat of the day lazing on planters’ chairs on the upper balcony.

Cross back over to Forbes Street to visit the Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue before returning to MG Rd. In a traffic island ahead lies the pretty Flora Fountain. Turn east down Veer Nariman Road walking towards St Thomas’ Cathedral.

Retrace your steps back to Flora Fountain and continue west past the Venetian Gothic-style State Public Works Department. Turn south to see the august High Court (22) and the equally venerable and ornately decorated University of Mumbai The façades of both buildings are best observed from within the Oval Maidan.

Turn around to compare the colonial edifices with the row of Art Deco beauties lining Maharshi Karve (MK) Rd, culminating in the wedding cake tower of the Eros Cinema . End your walk at Churchgate station

Welcome Dinner at Indigo

Day 02: MUMBAI

Morning Elephanta Caves in a Private boat.

It is the site of the magnificent Elephanta caves, containing beautiful carvings, sculptures, and a temple to the Hindu God, Lord Shiva. These caves are located at a distance of 11 km from Mumbai and are now designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Evening at leisure
Blue Frog
Roof Top in Trident, Nariman Point .


Walk to the sunset point behind the hotel for evening tea. Exclusive Dinner.


Visit the City Palace built on the bank of the Pichola Lake, by Maharana Udai Singh in 1570. The impressive complex of several palaces is a blend of Rajput and Mughal influences. Half of it is still occupied by the Royal family, and part converted into a museum.

Jagdish Temple - Built in 1651 AD by Maharana Jagat Singh, Jagdish Temple is the largest and the most beautiful temple in Udaipur. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple is famous for its beautiful sculpted images and towering shikhara. The temple represents a fine example of Indo-Aryan architectural style.

Lunch at Chunda Palace/ Boat ride (Trident).  Return to Devigarh.

Day 05: Morning Visit EKLINGI – Aarti at 11AM + NAGDA

Eklingji :
A RELIGIOUS COMPLEX in the northern region of Mewar. It houses 108 temples chiselled out of sandstone and marble, this temple of Eklingji was built in 734 AD. Enclosed by high walls, it is devoted to Eklingji (A form of Shiv Deity adored under the epithet of EKLINGA).

Nagda :
Nagda is famous for its Sas-Bahu temple and the temple of 'Adbudji'. It was once the capital of the Mewar rulers. It was called as Nagahrida or Nagadraha. The name of the temple has got its own meanings. The 'Sas' word means mother in law while the 'Bahu' means sister-in-law. The Sas-Bahu temple is again divided into two parts; the Sas temple is larger than the Bahu temple.

Home hosted lunch by the lake side.
Evening at leisure..

Day 06: Drive to NARLAI via Kumbalgarh.

Narlai is a beautiful village surrounded by Aravalli Ranges and is located in Pali District of Rajasthan. This quaint little hamlet is dotted with beautiful old temples, step wells and marble archways. Narlai is about 140 kms north of Udaipur.

Lunch at Kumbalgarh.

Cradled in the cluster of thirteen mountain peaks of the Aravali ranges, the formidable medieval citadel - Kumbhalgarh stands a wary sentinel to the past glory. Rising from a prominent ridge, 1914 meters high from the sea level, the fort was built in 15th century A.D. by Maharana Kumbha and is the principal fortification after Chittaurgarh, lying 90 Km north-west of Udaipur.

The massive fort, encompassed by a 36 Km long wall, has seven majestic gates and seven ramparts, one within the other. Rounded bastions and soaring watch towers strengthen the crenellated walls of the fort making it an impregnable structure.

Evening Village visit - After some rest you will enjoy the very beautiful countryside walk till a lake (around 01 Km one-way.

Step Well Dinner - Guests are taken on a magical journey from the Rawla through the village streets into the jungle before arriving at the 1100 year old “step well”. The magical setting is brought to life by dimly lit oil lamps that illuminate the setting through flickering light. The very private dinner is laid out in a traditional manner, it promises to remain unmatched experience to anything you will ever experience The entire evening is like a secluded sanctuary inspired by the mystical past, bracing Indian spirituality and the unique experience of one being completely with nature.




Ranakpur Jain Temples. Renowned for some marvelously carved Jain temples in amber stones, Ranakpur is one of the five holy places of the Jain community. These temples were created in the 15th century A.D. during the reign of Rana Kumbha and are enclosed within a wall. The central 'Chaumukha' or four-faced temple is dedicated to the venerated Tirthankara Rishabhji. Open on all four sides, it enshrines the four-faced image of Adinath. Sprawling over 48,000 sq. feet, the temple is an astounding creation with 29 halls and 1,444 pillars - all distinctly carved.

Lunch at Kings Abode – on Pool under a canopy with barbeque.

Return to Narlai for overnight.

Camel cart ride 2 kms before the hotel.
Camel Cart ride: Camel Carts are very common mode of transportation in the rural Rajasthan, where a wooden cart is drawn by the camels carrying people and their baggage from one village to another. You may experience the fascinating charm of traveling in this rural vehicle and also mingle with the local villagers while getting lost in the aroma of nature. Sometime on the sand and sometime on the pebbled road, this caravan is going to be an experience that will become a treasure.


DAY 09 : SIGHTSEEING OF JODHPUR. Vintage car ride through side roads to Jodhpur.
Visit Mehrangarh Fort, which was built by Rao Jodha in 1459. It has various pavilions beautifully decorated and at times filled like museums with the old royal artifacts. From the top of the fort one can get a bird’s eye view of the old city. You will notice the predominance of blue houses referred to as Brahmin houses - the colour being associated with the high caste.

Lunch at Raas.
Return back to Mihirgarh.


Evening at leisure. Dinner at hotel.

DAY 11: JAIPUR - MORNING AMER FORT with sparkling wine lunch at Dera Amer.
Amber Fort situated 130m high with the Aravalli hills around and 11 km north of Jaipur. It was the ancient capital of the Kachhawaha Rajputs till 1037.

Evening for Shopping.
Sit down/ silver Thali Dinner JMP.


Morning Yoga session.

Yoga literally means Union, it is a union of breath to the body, of the mind to the muscles, and most importantly of the self to the divine. Yoga is not a religion. It does not require you to believe in a certain God or to chant certain hymns. It is an ancient science, which leads to health in the body, peace in the mind, joy in the heart and liberation of the soul. It is the most secular and universal system for human salvation.

(Optional) - Afternoon city sightseeing. (Visit City Palace and Jantar Mantar (1728-34) by king astrologer Jai Singh II. The instruments are built of stone with marble facing on the important plains for measuring the harmony of the heavens. Each instrument serves a particular function and each gives an accurate reading.)

After noon Rickshaw Ride.

The ride is inexpensive and very cost effective, thus, you can relish the ride with all its ricketing and rocketing, and have fun, while watching the various places of Old city. Once you are out on the streets, you can see various small and beautifully designed rikshaws with colorful tiles. All the rikshawalas displays their salesmanship by shouting in harmonized unison, as in a chorus, each with an invitation to ride in only their rickshaws. It will be totally a different & unique experience.

Fatehpur Sikri, the beautiful and deserted medieval city built by Akbar the Great in the 16th century to serve as the capital of his vast empire. The complex consists of religious, residential and administrative buildings. The Mosque is considered a copy for the Mosque at Mecca and is extremely elegant, containing elements of Hindu and Persian design. Housed here is the Shrine of Sheikh Salim Chisti one of the greatest of Sufi saints of the Muslim world.

Lunch at Bharatpur.  Evening Kalakriti dance Show.


Morning Taj Mahal with Shopping.
Visit the Taj Mahal- a poem in white marble, built by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaj Mahal. Today India's most fascinating and beautiful masterpiece, this perfectly symmetrical edifice is set amidst landscaped gardens on the banks of the Yamuna River. Its marble exterior reflects rose and golden tints at sunrise and sunset, while it is dazzling white during the day and glows pearl-like in the moonlight and during the monsoon.

IMP: Taj Mahal Remains closed on Fridays

(Optional). Visit Agra Fort. Designed and built by Akbar in 1565 A.D., the fort is surrounded by a 70 feet high wall. It houses the beautiful Pearl Mosque and numerous palaces. The Agra fort happens to be on the same bank of the river Yamuna as the Taj Mahal, which is visible in all its beauty from one side of the fort.. It is an imposing structure with walls of red sandstone almost three kilometers long

Evening at leisure.

Option for Spa in the evening.

Day 16: New Delhi SS with focus on Sufism. Visit Humayun’s tomb.
Visit the Humayun's Tomb, built by his wife Haji Begum in the 16th. Century. An early example of Mughal architecture considered the predecessor of the Taj Mahal.

Qutub Walk. Enjoy a very interesting walk to the Jamali Kamali Mosque. The beautiful and spruced up lawns of Jamali Kamali make it a scenic picnic spot for Delhiites. After visiting Jamali Kamali Mosque, walk another half a kilometer to Qutub Minar

Rest of the day at leisure.
Dinner at Bukhara.

Transfer to the International Airport for flight back home. (Check Out time 12 noon)

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