The below mentioned tours are only well-proven examples and can be adjusted, shortened or extended. Also the starting and ending destinations can be chosen within the offered region (see destinations) in case a connection flight from a different destination was booked.
2 weeks Rajasthan
Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Pushkar – Udaipur – Ranakpur – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer – Bikaner – Mandawa – Delhi
The two to three weeks long tour through Rajasthan is certainly one of the most popular tours for India travellers. Starting and Ending in the capital Delhi, with stopovers at the Taj Mahal in Agra and all important destinations in Rajasthan, the royal land of kings, this tour provides you a very good insight into the culture, the country and the life in India.
3 weeks Rajasthan
This tour includes all the destinations of the two weeks Rajasthan Tour (see above) and you also visit Bundi, Ranthambore and Chittorgarh.
Wildlife & Religious Tour
Of course we also offer specialized tours concentrating on wildlife (towards north to the Corbett Tiger Reserve or towards south to Ranthambore) or tours to the most important religious pilgrimage sites like Varanasi.
Delhi: Capital City and cultural melting pot of India with many places of interest
Jaipur: ‘Pink City’ with its beautiful palaces and the best shopping possibilities
Pushkar: Relax at the ‘Holy Lake’ and visit the only Brahma temple in the world
Udaipur: The ‘venice of the east’ with its beautiful Lake Palace
Ranakhpur: Visit the probably most beautiful temple in Rajasthan with its 1444 different columns
Jodhpur: ‘Blue City’ with its beautiful fort Meherangarh
Jaisalmer: ‘Golden City’ with its huge fort
Bikaner: Enjoy the desert during a camel safari through the dunes
Mandawa: Glaze at the beautiful havelis (mansions)
Bundi: Visit the fabulous palace
Rhantambore National Park: Discover wild tigers, leopards, crocodiles and many other animals
Bharatpur: Home of the Unesco World Natural Heritage of the Keoladeo Ghana National Park with more than 360 species of birds
Chittorgarh: The biggest fort of Rajasthan
Agra: Visit the most popular sight of India, the Taj Mahal
Varanasi: Discover the sanctuaries at the banks of the Ganges in the city of Shiva
Mathura: Religious centre of the Hindus and birthplace of Hindu God Krishna
Khajuraho: Temple groups with beautiful Kamasutra reliefs
Orchha: The ‘hidden place’ with its temples and palaces in the middle of the jungle
Ahmedabad: The pulsating Mini-Metropolis is an ideal starting point for journeys in Gujarat
Daman/Diu: Relax at the beaches of Gujarat
Corbett Tiger Reserve: Oldest Indian National Park with tigers, wild elephants, sloth bears and many other animals
Amritsar: Visit the golden temple, the holiest place of the Sikhs
Chandigarh: Modern capital city of Punjab and Haryana
Shimla: Most popular Indian Hill Station and starting point for tours through the Himalaya