Two Weeks in Rajasthan – A Road Adventure
Delhi- Mandawa- Bikaner – Jaisalmer -Jodhpur – Deogarh – Udaipur – Jaipur
Details of this tour
Rajasthan Road Adventure Tour
Fancy spending two memorable weeks in Rajasthan in style on an epic road adventure?
This realm of royal charm, historical mystique, cultural vibrancy, and wildlife wonder is a great place for such an adventure.
Resplendent Travel’s “Two Weeks in Rajasthan” – A Road Adventure” Tour is designed just for you.
There is so much to love about Rajasthan—sprightly colors, warm hospitality, cultural festivity, sumptuous food, heritage, exotic wildlife, and friendly people.
The “Land of Kings” Rajasthan is one of India’s most beloved tourist destinations. No trip to India would be complete without a trip to Rajasthan.
If you have time, then a road adventure in Rajasthan is one of the best investments you can make. The cultural experience and memories you make out of it will outweigh the cost it’ll incur for you.
Our exclusive two-week-long Rajasthan Road Adventure begins in the nation’s proud capital Delhi, followed by stopovers in Rajasthan in Mandawa, Bikaner, “Golden City” Jaisalmer, “Blue City” Jodhpur, Deogarh, and “City of Lakes” Udaipur.
Join us for an epic trip of a lifetime.
Itinerary at a Glance
Delhi | Arrival and Start of Tour
Your tour will begin in the proud capital of India Delhi, a city of historical heritage and iconic Mughal landmarks.
On arrival at the airport, the staff of Resplendent Travel will receive you warmly and transport you to your accommodation.
Delhi | Historical Treasures of Mughal India
On day 2, you’ll discover the treasures of Delhi.
Located on the crossroads of Hindustan, Persia, and Central Asia, Delhi oozes historical mystique and gravitas.
On day 2, you will immerse yourself in the attractions of this grand old city.
Key attractions of Delhi which you will visit:
the 17th-century Red Fort, the 800-year-old Qutb Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, the Lotus and Akshardham Temples, the colonial-era India Gate, the National Museum of India, the Jama Masjid and the Rashtrapati Bhavan (residence of the President of India).
Mandawa | The Heart of Shekhawati Kingdom
From Delhi, you’ll drive to your first destination in Rajasthan, Mandawa, and spend a day there (5 hours drive).
The little town of Mandawa is the historical capital of the medieval Kingdom of the Shekhawati Rajput Kingdom. It is noted for its artistic splendor and heritage, and is aptly described as “an open-air art gallery.”
Exquisite Havelis (India’s answer to medieval European castles) adorned with elaborate architectural designs, motifs, and calligraphies dot the landscape of the town.
Bikaner | The Gem of Junagarh
The city of Bikaner (3 hours drive) was the capital and seat of the Princely State of Junagarh founded in 1465 by Rajput warrior Rao Bika. The Kingdom survived until 1947 when India got its independence.
You’ll spend your days 4 in this splendid city of palaces, forts, and Havelis.
Attractions you’ll enjoy: Junagarh Fort, Junagarh Musem, Seth Bhandasar Jain Temple, Rampuria Haveli, Shree Karni Mata Temple, and Shiv Bari Temple.
Jaisalmer | “Golden City”
More adventures await you the next day in Jaisalmer (5 hours drive), “the Golden City” which gets its moniker from the honey-colored sandstone material used to build its legendary Jaisalmer fort.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site Jaisalmer Fort is one of the world’s last few surviving ancient forts. Meaning, it is still home to thousands of residential quarters, and a few mini palaces and temples.
Jaisalmer is desert terrain and is snuggled like a cozy oasis in the vast sand dunes of the mighty Thar Desert.
It is also famous for its Havelis (medieval castles), camel festivals, and folk dances.
Attractions you will enjoy in the city: a desert safari experience in the Thar, Jaisalmer Fort, Sam Sand Dunes, Bada Bagh Garden, and the famous Havelis of the Golden City.
Jodhpur | “Blue City”
The Blue City of Jodhpur (4-hour drive) will be your next stopover.
Attractions you’ll enjoy in Jodhpur: Blue-themed old quarters, the 15th century Mehrangarh Fort, the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower) Market, and Jaswant Thada Museum.
Deogarh | Rustic Vibes of Rajasthan Country
Picture a quaint Rajasthan countryside, clean air, farm-fresh food and local delights, warm hospitality, ancient rural temples—that is Deogarh for you.
You will stop for one night and enjoy the rustic vibe of this countryside.
Udaipur | Lake Pichola and Gems of Mewar
The “Venice of the East” Udaipur (2 hours drive).
Famous for its legendary Lake Pichola and a network of smaller lakes, all of which are connected through bridges and waterways, Udaipur is a place of love and romance. Hence the moniker, “Venice of the East.”
Udaipur is the historical capital of the former Kingdom of Mewar.
Things to do in Udaipur:
– stays in a Mewari Haveli or Palace
– boat rides in Lake Pichola
– Grand City Palace (seat of the kingdom),
– Visits to Jagdish Temple, Saheliyon ki Bari (Garden), Jagmandir Temple, and Bagore ki Haveli (museum).
– tunning Udaipuri music and “Ghoomar” dance performances-
– heritage walks in the old city.
Jaipur | “Paris of India”
We have saved the best for the very end.
Also known as the “Pink City” (Pink being the color of royalty and hospitality in Rajasthan), Jaipur is a dazzling chic city that often draws comparisons with Paris. Hence the epithet “Paris of India.”
The capital of Rajasthan is famous for its mesmerizing palaces, towering forts, iconic historical landmarks, splendid havelis, and grand bazaars.
Attractions/things you will enjoy in Jaipur
- the Grand City Palace (residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur),
- the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds),
- the Jantar Mantar Astronomical Observatory
- Visits to forts of Amber and
- Guided trips to Johari Bazar for jewelry and pearls, Tripolia for bangles, and Chandpol Bazar for ethnic art pieces.