Jeep Safari in Rajasthan
Exploring the desert of Rajasthan in a Jeep Safari with Jeep Safari in Rajasthan package that Welcome India Tour and Travel offers, is unparalleled thrill and excitement. Jeep safari is one of the fastest and most conducive ways to explore the beautiful natural landscapes and cultural life and heritage of Rajasthan.
A jeep safari tour in Rajasthan is surely for the one who loves a dash of adventure and enjoy a thrilling experience. A Jeep safari tour is a wonderful activity that you can enjoy during your tour of Rajasthan. A jeep safari tour provides a wonderful experience to tourists visiting Rajasthan. The desert landscape of Rajasthan is tailor made for jeep safari tours. There are various wonderful jeep safari tour destinations in Rajasthan, where you can enjoy jeep safari tours.
|Jeep safari can be most useful in exploring the rich flora and fauna in the various Wildlife Sanctuaries and the National Parks of Rajasthan. The most important advantage of a Jeep Safari is its ability to negotiate even the rugged landscapes and the sandy roads of the deserts. Other advantage of a jeep safari is its speed, which can be varied to suit the tour requirements.
Jeep Safari tours in Rajasthan can be enjoyed to visit the remote villages rich in ethnic and cultural life. Here you get the first hand experience of a typical Rajasthani rural life. The safari tour also covers ruins of old forts and numerous temple complexes known for their rich architecture and history. The most favored and rewarding region for jeep safaris in Rajasthan is the Shekhawati belt with its painted towns interspersed with sand stretches.
Visiting the lush green regions of Rajasthan in an open jeep can be an unforgettable experience for you and your family. You can enjoy a jeep safari in the famous Sariska and Ranthambore national Parks to explore the verdant flora or to spot a variety of wild animals including Tigers in their own natural habitat. Don't be surprised if you come face to face with a tiger or other wild animals while exploring thick jungles.
Welcome India Tour and Travel offers you Jeep Safari Tours in Rajasthan. Explore the rich flora and fauna of Ranthambore and Sariska National Parks, landscapes of Aravali terrain, and the rich cultural heritage of colorful Rajasthan.
From Agra drive to Karauli which is at a distance of 200m km, and is a picturesque township founded in 1348. Here you can experience a peaceful rural atmosphere apart the Kaila Devi temple and the City Palace. While traveling, visit Fatehpur Sikri which is called as the stand stone city.
Day 01: Delhi
Reach Delhi and move to a hotel and also have a mixed sightseeing of both the Old Delhi and New Delhi which includes visiting Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Shantivan, President House, Humayun's Tomb, Qutab Minar and last but not the least the famous India Gate.
Day 02: Delhi/Agra
Travel to Agra which is at a distance of 210 km from Delhi. While traveling stopover Sikandara which is the mausoleum of Akbar and on arrival go on for visiting the attractions like Itmad-ud-Daula's and also one of the seven wonders of the world Taj Mahal which was constructed by Shah Jahan in the loving remembrance of his dearly loved wife Mumtaj Mahal. 20,000 people were engaged for constructing Taj Mahal which was completed in almost 22 years.
Day 03: Agra/Fatehpur Sikri/karauli
Day 04: Karauli/HAdothi
Drive to Sapotra which is 40 km away from where we started cycling towards Hadoti which is at a distance of 25 km from Sapotra. While traveling we stopped nearby the Morel River to eat. We will cross various fascinating villages and countryside and stayed in a village camp at night.
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Day 05: Sawai Madhopur
Today we will do cycling for almost 3 hours, 20 kms to Mulana Dungar. On the way, we will come across one more river known as Banas, and again from Mulana Dungar we will travel for almost 35kms towards Sawai Madhopur one hour by bus and car each. Sawai Madhopur is spread in a vast area of over 400 sq kms and after reaching Sawai Madhopur we will take an afternoon ride in Ranthambore National Park. Here we will experience Deers, Tigers, Cheetal, Blue Bull, Sambars and many more.
Day 06: Sawai Madhopur/Jaipur
After taking one round of the park in the morning, we drive 167 kms by car and bus towards Jaipur. Jaipur is also known as the pink city of Rajasthan because of the fact that the old walls of the city are painted pink as pink color in rajputs is linked with hospitality. It is situated at the corner of the Great Indian Desert and also it is the entrance to Rajasthan.
Day 07: Jaipur
Seeing the sights of the city palace, Observatory, Wind Palace and also the local bazaars we visited the Amber Fort on the back of the elephant.
Day 08: Jaipur/Bikaner
We will visit Junagarh Fort which is in Bikaner which is 319 kms from Jaipur.
Day 09: Bikaner/Nokha/Bangarwala Bera
A travel to Nokha which 60 km away and reaching there we will proceed to Bangarwala Bera on a camel for almost 15 km in desert. O/N in Camp
Day 10: Bangarwala Bera/Khagan
Travel 19 kms to Khangan on camel back. O/N in Camp
Day 11: Khagan/bhardia
Today we will go on camel covering 13 kms till Bhardia which is an overnight camp.
Day 12: Bhardia/Jhamba/Jaisalmer
The Camel safaris was finished at Jhamba which is 15kms away and drive 225 km towards Jaisalmer in the deep core of the Thar Desert. However, Jaisalmer is counted as the significant bastion in the region. Also visit the Jaisal fort, the Jain temple which was built in 1156 AD and various other Havelis as well.
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Day 13: Jaisalmer/Jodhpur
Drive to Jodhpur from Jaisalmer which is at a distance of 295 km and also is one of the distinctive significant states of Rajasthan. After lodging in the hotel visit the Mehrangarh Palace which was founded in 1459.
Day 14: Jodhpur/Ghanerao
Travel 200 km towards Ghanerao, a small town set near some stunning tribal villages and append night in the Ghanerao Castle.
Day 15: GHANERAO/BANGE KA BAGH
Trek in the Aravali Hills all the way through the tribal village’s up to a distance of 12 km to Bange ka Bagh and stay in the Jungle Lodge at night.
Day 16: bange ka bagh/Kelwara
Additionally, trek to Kelwara, which is approximately 12km away and visit some traditional villages which gives an opportunity to experience some wildlife. Make an overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 17: Kelewara/Kumbalgarh/Udaipur
We walk to Kumbalgarh Fort 6 km from Kelwara, after visiting the dort drive to Udaipur which is at a distance of 90 km. While traveling visit Ranakpur Jain Temples, which are a sensation of Indian architecture. These temples were built in the 15th century and consist of 1444 different pillars. Afterwards overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 18: Udaipur
Visit the main attractions of Udaipur including City Palace, Sahelion-ki-Bari, Pratap Memorial, Lake Pichola and Fatehsagar and many more.
Day 19: Udaipur/Delhi
In the morning board a flight to Delhi, relax and rest for the free time and afterwards in the evening transfer to the international airport.
Day 20: Delhi/Departure
Board the flight for the some other destinations.