The Hills Forts of Rajasthan is the first thing that comes to mind when we think about the Forts and Palaces in India. The Rajputana Forts and Palaces are reminiscences of the glories of the rulers, who may be long gone but are still living and thriving in the hearts of the people all over the world. The sheer brilliance of the marvelous monuments will both inspire and instill awe within you. The place will leave you breathless and awestricken both at the same time.
This Rajasthani Fort Tour has been tailor made to satisfy your temptations to explore the Rajasthani galore. We cover the Seven Hill Forts over 5 nights and 6 days. Spread across the northern part of the state, covering the seven certified UNESCO sites, this tour covers the Chittorgarh Fort, Kumbalgarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Gagorn Fort, Amber Fort and finally the Jaisalmer Fort in its kitty, with the following itinerary –
Our extravagant Rajasthani Tour begins in Jaipur, where we land from our respective locations in the morning and head towards the Amber Fort to commence with. Located on a hill top dating back to the 17th century with red and white marbles in Hindu-Muslim style. Suraj Pol and Jaleb Chowk are the main attractions of this erstwhile fort. Lunch at the fort followed by an elephant safari on the grounds. Head towards Ranthambore after lunch for stay overnight and another adventure
Located within premises of the Ranthambore National Park, this Rajasthan Fort is the former hunting ground of the Maharaja of Sawai Madhopur. The wildlife, water gateways and finesse of this architectural marvel is in store today, lunch at the fort followed by a road trip to Jhalawar for an overnight stay and cultural night
One of the few once in a lifetime experiences include exploring the lands of a hill and water fort, the Gagron Fort, an excellent example of the Rajputana military hill architecture. Lunch at the fort, followed by a road to Chittorgarh in the evening. We head towards the fort for a lights and sound show at night after snacks. Overnight stay at Chittorgarh
The Chittorgarh Fort, the oldest fort in Rajasthan and the origin of many stories of courage, valor and surrender. The 7th century fort is the land of the infamous Meera Bai who drank poison to prove her love of her Lord Krishna. Leave for Kumbalgarh after lunch
Drive to Kumbalgarh after breakfast to visit the erstwhile Kumbalgarh Fort. The fortifications of the fort extend to the length of 36 kilometers and this fact has made this fort to be in the international records. It is stated to be the second longest wall in the world after ''the Great Wall of China''. The magnificence of the fort includes a numerous palaces, temples and gardens making it even more magical and a must visit, explore the grounds through the day and leave for Jaisalmer in the evening for an overnight stay
The tour to Rajasthan is incomplete without an intoxicating stop at the beautiful city of Jaisalmer, explore the Golden Fort, the Jain temples and the scintillating eminence of sunset over the sand dunes. Enjoy an authentic musical afternoon at Jaisalmer followed by a trip back to Jaipur to bring an end to our exhilarating adventure