Off-Beat Rajasthan Tour

Discover the hidden gems of Rajasthan traveling to off the beat locations of the region.

This tour would give you an opportunity to travel around the highlights of Rajasthan while you wander around the countryside, staying in some of unique boutique and characteristic accommodation. Understand the local way of life meeting the locals and taste local cuisine.

Duration: 20 Days
Places: Delhi, Alsisar, Nagaur, Jaisalmer, Rohet, Narlai, Udaipur, Bundi, Nimaj, Jaipur, Ramathra, Agra

  • Stay in Havelis built for the queens of the Maharaja of Jodhpur
  • A safari deep into the desert to visit the Pipal and Bishnoi Tribes
  • Enjoy dinner at a historic stepwell
  • Visit the tribal settlements of Nimaj


Day 01 - Arrive Delhi

On arrival in Delhi, you’ll be met by your Indus Bound Representative and transferred to your hotel, where you’ll be staying for two nights. Spend the remainder of the day recovering from your journey, and perhaps a stroll around the local neighborhood later.

Day 02 - Delhi

Explore Delhi today starting with Old Delhi in the morning: enjoy a cycle rickshaw ride in the bustling lanes of Chandni Chowk followed by the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. In the afternoon, drive past Lutyens's New Delhi and visit the tomb of Humayun and the Qutab Minar. Spend some time at the Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple for blessings and see & participate in the community kitchen.

[Optional : Cooking Class experience with a local]

Day 03 - Drive to Alsisar

Drive to Alsisar (05-06 Hrs). Afternoon visit the local village and see the rural way of life.

Day 04 - Drive to Nagaur

Morning drive to Nagaur (04-05 Hrs). You will enjoy a personalised tour of the neighboring palace and museum complex - considered one of the finest examples of Rajput-Mughal architecture in the region - and learn about the enormous challenges of restoring its elaborate frescoes, water systems, walls and gardens, many of which had fallen into ruin. Hike the perimeter of the 12th-century fort’s magnificent ramparts, peering down onto the busy streets of Nagaur below or may be venture into Nagaur itself to wander around the local market.

Day 05 - Drive to Jaisalmer

Drive to Jaisalmer (05-06 Hrs). Spend leisure time at your hotel.

Day 06 - In Jaisalmer

Explore the narrow alleyways, walled havelis and medieval Jain temples of Jaisalmer Fort on a guided walking tour after breakfast. In the afternoon, you’ll drive out to the Desert National Park for an evening walk on the great sand dunes at Sam.

Day 07 - Drive to Rohet

Drive to Rohet (05-06 Hrs). Spend rest of your day at leisure at your hotel.

Day 08 - In Rohet

Day trip to Jodhpur to visit the impressive Mehrangarh Fort which stands overlooking the whole of Jodhpur as well as getting the chance to explore the busy streets and blue houses. Afternoon village safari to Bishnoi using a Jeep.

Day 09 - Drive to Narlai

Drive to Narlai (02-03 Hrs). Nestled amongst the Aravalli Hills and surrounded by forested hills and rocky outcrops is Rawla Narlai, the former hunting lodge of Jodhpur’s royal family. There are a wealth of experiences on your doorstep from village walks and treks to leopard safaris and horse riding. Alternatively you can choose to enjoy a steaming cup of tea by the nearby lake as flocks of birds flit through the sky.

[Optional : an atmospheric candle-lit dinner on the edge of an ancient stepwell]

Day 10 - Drive to Udaipur

Drive to Udaipur (03-04 Hrs) via the impressive Kumbhalgarh Fort and Temple at Ranakpur. The temple is a renowned Jain temple and is certainly one of the most impressive temples to visit while in Rajasthan. Also, stop to see and walk up to Kumbhalgarh Fort.

Day 11 - In Udaipur

Explore many of the highlights of the city including the City Palace which was built in a flamboyant style and considered the largest of its type in the state. Wander down to the Jagdish Temple nearby before heading into the old city to explore the markets. Late afternoon is the time to be at the water’s edge, soaking up the sunset colours and unique atmosphere of this romantic city with a boat ride in Lake Pichola.

[Optional : Visit to the Animal Aid Unlimited

Day 12 - Drive to Bundi

Drive to Bundi (04-05 Hrs) and stay at an old Haveli, almost in the ramparts of the fort. Spend the afternoon walking through the old streets, with the added happiness you'll see almost no other tourists. 

Day 13 - Drive to Nimaj

Drive to Nimaj in the morning (04-05 Hrs). Afternoon a safari to the tribal settlements and meet the real Snake charmers of India. 

Day 14 - Drive to Jaipur

Drive to Jaipur (05-06 Hrs). Spend rest of your day at leisure or explore neighborhood with your driver.

Day 15 - Jaipur

Enjoy a full day’s sightseeing in Jaipur today, beginning with a trip out to Amber, followed by the Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar Observatory and world-famous City Palace museum. Enjoy a local market walk to explore the way of life here.

Day 16 - Drive to Ramathra

Morning drive to Ramathra Fort (03-04 Hrs) for couple of nights. Closer to Karauli, you would stop at the impressive 9th century step well at Abhaneri.

Day 17 - In Ramathra

Visit the local school and meet the students. Later enjoy a village walk and meet the villagers to know about their story.

Day 18 - Drive to Agra

Heading towards Agra (04-05 Hrs), you would be visiting the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri enroute.

Day 19 - In Agra

An early start this morning, but worth it for sunrise views of the Taj Mahal. It's also the quietest time to visit, before the crowds arrive. Return back to your hotel and later proceed for your city tour of Agra, including visit to the impressive Agra Fort, a mix of Hindu and Islamic architecture followed by a visit to the ornate tomb of Itamud-ud-Daulah. 

[Optional : Visit to the Sherous Hangout Cafe]

Day 20 - Drive to Delhi & Departure Transfer

Drive to Delhi & transferred to International Airport for your flight back home, or continue with your onward journey with us

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Starting from USD 1630 Per Person

Price is based on double occupancy, and is subject to change based on hotels & dates of travel. Price includes daily breakfast, sightseeing, monument entrance fees, private guides, transfers, chauffeur driven air-conditioned SUV car & All Taxes.

When to Travel?

The best time to visit Rajasthan is October to March as days are sunny, not too humid, with cooler nights. The summers in Rajasthan are hot and humid, with the average temperatures rising to as high as 45°C, therefore can be avoided.

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