Rajasthan and Taj Mahal tour

“Tailor made 12 day rail and road tour from Delhi to Udaipur featuring the highlights of Delhi, Jaipur, Pushkar and Agra's Taj Mahal at sunrise.”


Delhi | Humuyuns Tomb | Agra | Taj Mahal | Fatehpur Sikri | Amber Fort | Jaipur | Pushkar | Jodhpur | Meherangarh Fort | Udaipur | Lake Pichola |

Description of Rajasthan and Taj Mahal tour

A Rajasthan tour will no doubt include the wondrous setting of the Taj Mahal and this excellent 12 day tailor made tour is certainly no different.

From Delhi to Udaipur via Agra, Jaipur and Jodhpur this 12 day Rajasthan tour leaves no cultural stone unturned when it comes to experiencing the Mughal monuments, religious heritage and never-to-be forgotten fortresses and palaces of northern India.

Witnessing the Taj Mahal at sunrise is what Rajasthan tours are made for with chances to take lunch with royalty and spend an evening with a shepherd just a couple of cultural contrasts to help you put your tours of Rajasthan into perspective.

As tailor made Rajasthan tour experts we’re proud to have produced an itinerary that encapsulates the spirituality and natural beauty of the region with iconic highlights, such as the Taj Mahal, adding to guest preferences to make this one tour of Rajasthan to really remember.

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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Rajasthan and Taj Mahal tour


We carefully choose hotels that run there operations according to that low impact policy on environment and policy include recycling the water; adopt water harvesting system, proper management of waste. We also encourage the hotels in countryside, family run hotels, Fort and Heritage hotels we use by giving guaranteed minimum bookings in per year to use local products whenever possible; favour biodegradable, recyclable or reusable products, pay attention to processes involved in the preparation of the products, purchase appliances and other equipment that are designed for minimum water and energy consumption, willing to spend a little more in order to protect the environment, ask suppliers to make sure about their practices regarding environment protection and working conditions, and make them understand that the corrective environmental actions represent an investment of less than 100000 Indian Rupees and an almost immediate payback (in less than a year).

Maximum destinations covers in the tour by using trains for transportations, some destinations we include in tour dose not have accessibility by train in that case we use fuel efficient vehicle. The old part of most city in Rajasthan has narrow streets, we request guest to explore traditional bazaars by walking, some place in jodhpur we use horse cart in old city tour.


We take our guest in the bazaars of Jaipur and Jodhpur, these bazaars are main retail centres of Block print fabrics, Appliqué fabrics, tie and die fabric, Tribal and Enamel jewellery, produced and manufactured in near by villages by women and men and also thousands of family involve in making of Juties (local shoes), gift items like wooden Puppets, violet made out the fabric, pens with nice mirror work and key chains and tourists are the perfect customer for these items and end of the day every body is happy with good numbers of sale, those cities comes in main tourist circuit, traveller play major role in local economy and local community get benefited directly.

When stay of our guest in fort palace and Havelies (Castle) these places are generally situated in centre of small town and villages , we take our guest to local market where they haven an opportunity to purchase and taste local sweets and spices which is also support local economy.

3 Reviews of Rajasthan and Taj Mahal tour

4.5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 12 Mar 2018 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Finding ourselves in India at Holi - and being involved! We were prepared, by our guide, for what would happen - the showering of colours onto friends and strangers alike - and so dressed accordingly, and joined in! As a result, we had great fun!

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

In our experience, using an Indian company paid off, both in terms of price and local knowledge. (It might have seemed like a huge leap of faith, but choosing our tour operator, proved the right decision)

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

To some (small?) extent - our visit to Keoladhio National Park for a bird-watching Safari put a small amount of money the way of locals.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

Excellent! The tour operator provided us with an excellent, extensive and varied itinerary for our trip. They were flexible when our itinerary needed adjusting (around Holi). Our driver was excellent, having perfect English and an encyclopaedic knowledge of India. He was good company, experienced, safe and reliable. The guides provided for the various tours were excellent, knowledgable and spoke good English. The hotels were mainly three-star establishments, which were perfectly adequate, except in one case - which the operator promptly changed. All in all, they gave us an wonderful first taste of India.

Reviewed on 21 Mar 2017 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Ranakpur Temple, wandering the streets of Bundi and visiting the Hindu temples there with the guide.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Make sure you are clear with your guide about what you are looking for. The guides are very helpful and very willing to work with you to give you a wonderful
experience that expands your horizons on the country and it's culture, and it really helps you develop a deep appreciation for the country. Be vocal about what you're looking for, ask questions, and don't be afraid to try new things!

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Yes. As much as possible, the driver/tour representative would look to providing local guides when visiting monuments to help benefit local people. The same
was done with recommendations for places to shop and places to eat.

Additionally, getting to stay at the nature reserve also felt like a great opportunity to learn about conservation efforts in India and where assistance/support is needed.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

This is my fourth trip that I've found through responsible travel, and my first trip with our tour operator. It was a fantastic and rewarding experience which I
will not soon forget. It really opened my eyes to a lot I didn't know about Indian culture and history, and the tour representative was patient to all questions,
impassioned to teach about his culture, and flexible to changes and requests. If you're looking for kind people, beautiful monuments, gorgeous temples, and
some of the best food you've ever had, I highly recommend this trip!

Reviewed on 18 Dec 2016 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

The wide variety of different experiences of place, people and food enjoyed within a relatively short period. The most important contributor to this was of course an excellent and friendly guide, who I would thoroughly recommend to others.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Time spent agreeing a personal itinerary and checking the hotels booked is always well spent. Everyone wants something slightly different and a tour organiser will need advice to provide the best mix.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

I hope so. Money spent in the local economy, particularly with smaller traders and guesthouses will always be beneficial.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?


Read the operator's response here:

Thank you for your review. Your itinerary really did benefit the local traders. From the accommodations maintained by local villagers to those purchases of fresh items locally, shopping at the local vegetable market and the veg bought from small vegetable shop and the vegetables cooked for you in your of countryside accommodations where you stayed.

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