Luxury Classic Rajasthan
Bespoke Holiday Itinerary / Experience Tour

Info : Luxury Classic Rajasthan

This luxurious tour of India, takes in the countries principle sights: the Taj Mahal, the tigers at Ranthambore and the glorious forts and palaces of Rajasthan.   

Time too, to relax and enjoy quieter aspects of rural Rajasthan, staying in some of the finest hotels in India and indeed, the world.


  • Viewing the Taj Mahal in the tranquillity of the early morning light.
  • Tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park.
  • Staying in a palace and enjoying royal Rajasthan in Jodhpur and Jaipur.
  • Enjoying the peace and quiet of Shalpura and the magnificent Jain temple of Ranakpur.
  • Enjoying lunch with the aristocratic Bedla family in romantic Udaipur.

This itinerary is luxurious and comfortable, the very best there is to offer. As with all of our itineraries, we’d expect to tailor-make your itinerary to suit you. Talk to us to find out how an Indian experience could be best designed for you.

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Pricing & Inclusions

An indicative price for this itinerary is £8750 per person for the hotels mentioned inclusive of all experiences, entrance fees, guides, transport, international flights and more. 

Note that this price is an estimate only and may vary according to the time of year. 

We are happy to tailor make the holiday to suit. We can make savings by adjusting the hotels or alternatively upgrade hotels where needed. 

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International (out of the UK) and domestic flights. 

Privately guided transfers and experiences. 

Luxury hotels on a B&B basis and many other meals. 

Internal transportation.  

Day-to-Day Itinerary : Luxury Classic Rajasthan


Depart and fly to Delhi.

DAY 2 Delhi

Arrive in Delhi and transfer to your hotel in the heart of Delhi. The Imperial is a glamorous hotel with excellent service, sophisticated guest rooms, colonial architecture and great facilities. We can suggest a gentle afternoon excursion and restaurants if yoiui want to do anything on the day of arrival.

DAY 3 Delhi

A guided exploration today of both sides of Delhi – the historic city and its modern face. Old Delhi is the ancient walled city, capital of the Mughal Empire. Explore by cycle rickshaw and see the formidable Red Fort. Make your way through Chandni Chowk, filled with twisting lanes and crowded bazaars. Return to New Delhi by the very modern Delhi Metro system, a marvel of modern engineering in one of the most crowded parts of India. In the afternoon you'll have time to explore the sights and sounds of New Delhi.

DAY 4 Delhi to Agra

After breakfast, your chauffeur will arrive to drive you along the excellent new highway to Agra.

Enjoy lunch and then check in at your hotel, one of the very best hotels in the world, this afternoon is free to enjoy the facilities here. The evening is time for Mohabbat: “The Taj Show”, an 80-minute musical extravaganza depicting the romantic saga of Muhgal Emperor Shahjahan and his beloved wife Mumtaz.

Day 5 Agra and the Taj Mahal

Your guide will meet you for an early morning visit to the Taj, the soft light flatters the magnificent mausoleum at this time of day and it's less busy. You might like to return later in the afternoon too, as the Taj is said to be very different in the evening sun. There is time today to visit the Red Fort, Agra’s second iconic sight.

Day 6 Agra to rathambore

This morning you’ll be driven to Ranthambore, via a stop at the incredible ruined city of Fatehpur Sikri. This fairly tale city in the desert is still in pristine condition, despite being completely abandoned 100’s of years ago. Continue on to Ranthambore, the best place to see Tigers in Rajasthan.

Day 7 Ranthambore

Two safari drives today, early morning and late afternoon, to maximise your chance of spotting the king of the Indian jungle, the tiger.

Day 8 Jaipur

Transfer this morning to Jaipur, a riot of colour and the capital of Rajasthan. On arrival there is time to relax and enjoy your magnificent hotel, the Taj Rambagh Palace.

Day 9 Jaipur

Amer Fort, or Amber Fort, is a marvellous example of Rajput architecture, with fairy-tale terraces and ramparts that are reflected in Maota Lake below. The walls and ceilings of its royal halls are inlaid with intricate ivory, mirror and glass mosaics and hung with exquisite wall paintings. After the fort you will visit the City Palace Museum to see fine examples of traditional Rajasthani and Mughal art as well as many of the other sites of the wonderful ‘Pink City’.

Day 10 Jaipur

As well as the main sites of Jaipur, we think the city can be best understood, with a guided city walk through the maze like streets of the old city. It’s an incredible way to discover what really makes this place tick. Though there are many optional experience this afternoon, such as exploring the jewellery and arts and crafts which Jaipur is famous for, you may just wish to have time to relax.

In the evening you will go to Sai Niwas where you will have a short cooking demonstration/hands on experience of two dishes and chappati making. Sai Niwas is the home of Inder Vijai and Usha Singh situated close to Vaishali Nagar in Jaipur and yoiur meal will be hosted by a member of the family.

Day 11 Jaipur to Shahpura

Today you depart Taj Rambagh Palace after breakfast driving towards Shahpura. The journey will take approximately four hours. After hectic Jaipur, Shalpura is an oasis in an unexplored  part of Rajasthan and is an incredibly beautiful hotel.

Day 12 Shahpura

Whilst at Shahpura Bagh you may like to just relax in the beautiful rural setting, but there are plenty of activities to keep you busy such as bicycling, picnicking, walking, fishing and boating, bird watching, visiting the stunning local temple, exploring the town and old palace. At the end of the day, visit the old fort and enjoy a refreshing lime soda as you watch the sun go down.

Day 13 Jodhpur

A transfer today to Jodhpur, known as ‘Sun City’ a charming, historic city overflowing with temples, palaces, havelis and spice markets. Its most distinctive feature is the electric blue of the old town buildings. Your hotel is a former grand palace, perched high above the city.

Day 14 Jodhpur

A guided tour of the city this morning and the imposing Mehrangarh Fort, the largest fort in Rajasthan, looming over 100m above the city. In the afternoon we suggest a wildlife safari into the region of the Bishnoi people, with their remarkable connection to the local wildlife.

Day 15 Udaipur

Journey today to Udaipur, via the famous and remarkable marble Jain temple at Ranakpur. It’s sublime and feels all the more extraordinary for being in the middle of seemingly nowhere. Onto Udaipur, where you can check into your hotel, the truly iconic Taj Lake Palace Hotel.

Days 16 & 17 UDAIPUR

Plenty of time to relax and enjoy the hotel and take your guided tour of the palaces and backstreets of Udaipur. You'll also have chance to take lunch with the Bedla family. As the premier jagirdars (feudal landlords) of Udaipur, the Bedla family played a significant role in the affairs of the state over the centuries. They’ll be your hosts and you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to hear some of their fascinating stories whilst sampling a vast number of authentic culinary delights that have been honed over two centuries. A wonderful, fun, informative and highly entertaining experience!

Day 18 Udaipur to Delhi

Transfer to the airport, wave goodbye to your chauffeur and depart for your flight to Delhi and a last night reflecting on your journey.

Day 19 fly home (or stay!)

Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.


Luxury Classic Rajasthan Experiences

You can book this holiday tour on its own, with flights or it can be tailored for you.

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