At Indian Excursions, we understand that each of our guests are different; what works for one doesn’t always for another. If you’re the type of traveller who’d like to steer off the beaten track, are interested in days relaxing in the middle of nowhere, and value intimacy but would still want to explore the region’s must-sees, our Rajasthan with Boutique Hotels itinerary would be an ideal starting point. It’s merely designed to share an idea of the possibilities however and can be tweaked or completely transformed into your ideal Indian getaway.
Our Rajasthan with Boutique Hotels journey kicks off by exploring the bustling capital in both Old and New Delhi. You’d then fly down to Udaipur for a fairy-tale like stay in an 18th century fort, followed by the delightful village of Narlai. In the majestic Blue City of Jodhpur stay at Raas; one of our favourite boutique hotels in Rajasthan, it affords a stunning view of Mehrangarh Fort. Steer off the beaten track and you’ll discover the less frequented town of Nagaur, where the charming Ranvas hotel offers the opportunity to stay within the walls of a glorious 12th century fort. Heading west into the desert city of Jaisalmer, Killa Bhawan will be your base; quaint, quirky and located within the fort, it’s ideal for those who like to immerse themselves in the heart of the action. A night at Samsara will offer an authentic desert experience, camping out under the stars whilst surrounded by golden dunes. Chhatra Sagar, with its pretty lake-side lodgings, is a bird watcher’s paradise and ideal for those who’re looking to relax in a beautiful natural setting. Our Rajasthan with Boutique Hotels itinerary comes to an end with a two night stay in the Pink City, at the charming Samode Haveli – here you’ll take in splendid architecture such as Amber Fort and the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds).
Our Rajasthan with Boutique hotels itinerary has been designed purely for your inspiration – we can make any number of tweaks and adjustments to better suit your tastes. For example, you may like to include a stop in Agra to visit the world’s favourite monument to love; the Taj Mahal. Or, if you’re interested in wildlife, we’d suggest slotting in a two night stay in Ranthambhore to spot tigers.
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