Boutique Rajasthan... Romance, Culture & Heavenly Hotels
18 days from £7,300 for 2022 per person
This itinerary features in our Top Ten Romantic Holidays.
Our Boutique Rajasthan tour is an ideal option if you value intimacy, are interested in days relaxing in the wilderness, wish to visit quaint rural settlements, but still want to take in the most evocative sights of Rajasthan; a holiday for true romantics at heart. Start with the beautiful lake city of Udaipur staying at the privately owned Bujera Fort, followed by the pretty settlement of Narlai where your accommodation is a lovingly resorted 17th Century Country Manor which blends perfectly with the setting. The pomp and majesty of Jodhpur follows where you’ll stay at the luxurious RAAS hotel where the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort takes command of your view up ahead.
The less frequented town of Nagaur is next with the simplistic yet utterly charming Ranvas heritage property which in the 18th century, this was the residence of the sixteen Queens of Maharajah Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur. The property is set within the walls of a 13th century fort and allows you to relax and enjoy sunset cocktails on the ramparts. The impressive fortified desert city of Jaisalmer looms large and here you’ll stay in the beautiful desert camp of SUJÁN The Serai. Spend your days visiting the winding streets in the fort or enjoying time on the surrounding dunes. Mihir Garh follows, home to some of the oldest tribes in India and the stunning Marwari horses which you can ride should you be confident. RAAS Chhatra Sagar, with its stunning lakeside camp is equally memorable with beautiful countryside and birdlife surrounding you. The trip is rounded off with a three night stay in the wonderful Samode Palace located just outside Jaipur. Agra and the Taj Mahal, or even a jaunt to try to spot a tiger in Ranthambore, can easily be added to this tour.
This is purely a suggested itinerary and can be booked as is, or alternatively used as a starting point for creating your own bespoke holiday to India. If you'd like to see similar tours, take a look at our favourite Honeymoons and Epic Journeys, as well as our Family Holidays in Asia collection.
18 days from £7,300 for 2022 per person
- Day 1 - Bujera Fort - Udaipur
Land in Delhi and catch a connecting flight to Udaipur. Afternoon at leisure.
- Day 2 - Bujera Fort - Udaipur
Half day sightseeing tour of Udaipur. Afternoon boat ride on Lake Pichola.
- Day 3 - Rawla Narlai - Narlai
Drive to Narlai visiting Ranakpur Temples and Kumbalgarh Fort en-route. Afternoon leisure.
- Day 4 - Rawla Narlai - Narlai
Morning leisure. Afternoon village tour.
- Day 5 - RAAS Jodhpur - Jodhpur
Morning drive to Jodhpur. Afternoon leisure.
- Day 6 - RAAS Jodhpur - Jodhpur
Half day sightseeing tour of Jodhpur. Afternoon at leisure with a car and driver at disposal.
- Day 7 - Ranvas - Nagaur
Enjoy the morning at leisure. Afternoon drive to Nagaur.
- Day 8 - Ranvas - Nagaur
Sightseeing tour of the local area. Afternoon free to explore the town or relax in the Fort.
- Day 9 - SUJÁN The Serai - Jaisalmer
A long drive through the Thar today to the stunning desert city of Jaisalmer.
- Day 10 - SUJÁN The Serai - Jaisalmer
Full day sightseeing of Jaisalmer.
- Day 11 - Mihir Garh - Rohet
Drive to Mihir Garh.
- Day 12 - Mihir Garh - Rohet
Enjoy a village tour. Afternoon at leisure.
- Day 13 - RAAS Chhatra Sagar - Nimaj
Drive to Nimaj. Afternoon leisure or local activities.
- Day 14 - RAAS Chhatra Sagar - Nimaj
The the surrounding villages and visit the local farms. RAAS Chhatra Sagar is also an amazing place to unwind.
- Day 15 - Samode Palace - Samode
Drive to Samode. Afternoon at leisure.
- Day 16 - Samode Palace - Samode
Full sightseeing tour of Jaipur.
- Day 17 - Samode Palace - Samode
Day at leisure with a car and driver at disposal.
- Day 18 - In transit.
Morning fly to Delhi for your connecting flight home.
- Mr David Wallace, North India
- Mr Richard Stoughton, Sri Lanka
- Anonymous, India
- Mr & Mrs Manson, North India
- Matthew Annable, Rajasthan, India
- Krista Weir, Sri Lanka
- Mr Geoffrey Johnson, India
- Leslie Siben, India
- Matthew Nicklin, North India
- Jaime Benitez, South India