Heritage Havelis of Rajasthan

Bharat Darshan Heritage havelis of Rajasthan
Special Tour 11 days 10 nights
Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

Rajasthan, the land of kings, is renowned for its opulent palaces, majestic forts, and vibrant culture. One of the most captivating aspects of Rajasthan’s architectural heritage is its Havelis. These grand mansions, adorned with intricate carvings and vibrant frescoes, showcase the rich cultural and artistic heritage of the region.

Havelis and places of the Rajasthan are adorned with rich heritage and culture of Rajasthan. Some of the world famous havelis are Samode havelis, Nathmal Ji Ki haveli, Alsisar haveli, Patwon Ki haveli, Shekhawati haveli, Rampuria Haveli. Most of the havelis are now being converted to deluxe to Luxury hotels they retain the charm yet they boast of all the modern features.

All the modern palaces and havelis features and illustrate the great architectural brilliance and displays the traditional Rajput artistic flavor. Some of the well-known palaces are Ummed Bhawan of Jodhpur part of which has been converted to TAJ Luxury Hotel and Museum, Taj Lake Palace of Udaipur, City Palace Jaipur and Udaipur both are now converted to Museum with huge antics and artifacts display. Amber Palace the famous tourist attractions of Jaipur, Taj Rambagh Palace of Jaipur now converted to Luxury Palace Hotels and Resorts, Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace Udaipur, Lalgarh palace Udaipur so on and so forth.

Let’s embark on a journey to explore the mesmerizing Heritage Havelis of Rajasthan. These architectural marvels stand as a testament to Rajasthan’s rich cultural heritage and provide visitors with an immersive experience into the grandeur of the past. Exploring the Heritage Havelis of Rajasthan is like taking a step back in time and witnessing the royal splendor and artistic excellence that continue to mesmerize visitors from all over the world.

Jaipur/Udaipur(Google Map)

Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.

  • Accommodation on Double/Twin sharing basis.
  • Buffet or fixed menu breakfast.
  • Morning private Jeep Safari. (Not on Sharing basis)
  • All surface transportation & sightseeing by exclusive car as per above itinerary with excellent driver known and frequent to these places.
  • All interstate taxes, permits, driver Bhatta, parking, road tax, toll taxes and fuel charges etc. are included
  • Includes of all applicable taxes.
  • Accommodations in Palace, Havelis and Luxury Tent as requested or mix-up
  • Professional chauffeur cum guide.
  • Guide on demand Haveli’s sightseeing.
  • Free guide during the sightseeing of Madawa Shekhawati.
  • Traditional welcome at Sam Dune.
  • Bonfire, camel ride, dinner with traditional music and dance.
  • All applicable taxes.

  • Any airfare/Train Fare
  • Personal nature expenses i.e., telephone calls, laundry, soft /hard drinks, meals, tipping, insurance etc.
  • Camera fee & any type of entrance fees to monuments.
  • Anything not specified in the above ‘INCLUDED’ section.
  • Expenses due to force majeure factor.

What to Expect

A state which has so much to offer to traveller of any interest like palaces, hill station, desert safari and desert adventure, wildlife, birds watching, lakes, huge forts, havelis, temples and of course the most remarkable its heritage and colourful culture. The host is undoubtedly unmatched and its clear they invite with the slogan ‘Padahro Mhare Desh’. The State is getting lots of fame as wedding destination, cultural event, business event. Recently there has been shift to offbeat tourism of Rajasthan, the travellers are now exploring the destinations like Barmer, Nagaur, Kumbhalgarh, Khimsar, Osian, Churu etc. Previous the destinations were visited by inbound guest which has always been a favourite  since long days.

  • For great experience of Rajasthan choose to select heritage haveli property converted into modern hotels and now called as heritage hotels. These properties have all the modern amenities in the room with no harm being done to the structure of the palace.
  • The havelis is must visit of Mandawa, Bikaner and Jaisalmer they are beautifully crafted designed mansion with intricate carvings and artworks which brings charm and grandeur of bygone Rajputana era.
  • While visiting museums and heritage sites, refrain from touching artifacts or historical objects. These items are often fragile and need preservation.
  • Carry right type of clothes according to the season from light cotton cloth for summer to warm woolen clothes for winter the Rajasthan is colder in winter and you will need winter clothes.
  • Try local cuisine if you are visiting to Chokhi Dhani and ethnic Resort located in Tonk road of Jaipur while in Jaipur check their specialty the local dining facilities are provided in traditional style.
  • Buy handicrafts from recognized shops do not go for huge discounts instead go for regular shops.
  • Gems and jewelries are very famous and we recommend to purchase from known sources.
  • Always seek permission before taking photographs of locals, especially women and children. Some may be uncomfortable with their pictures being taken.
  • Best season to explore the Rajasthan is during winter season from October to March. May and June can be scorching heat but you can get best deals during this off season.
  • The local of Rajasthan are always very supportive to tourist and they welcome them with great pride so its traveller’s responsibility to respect their sanctity and culture.
Day 01: Arrival Jaipur by Air/Railway station

Upon arrival you will be picked up and transfers to Samode Palace or Samode Bagh  or Samode haveli. A luxury Heritage hotel of Samode Chain upon arrival hotel check in. Explore the Samode Palace and Samode Bagh by evening. Overnight stay at hotel.

Accommodation: Haveli

Day 02: Jaipur full day sightseeing

After breakfast visit to Amer Fort a town in itself within located at a distance of 11 kms from Jaipur central. The Fort was built by Maharaj Man Singh which served as the main residence of Rajput Rulers. The center of main attractions in India and world. Later visit to explore the City Palace- A spatial building constitutes of courtyards, buildings, pavilions, gardens and temples. Hawa Mahal- The Hawa Mahal is the tallest building in the world without foundation and because of the lack of it, the palace is tilted at an angle of 87 degrees. Albert Hall Museum is intricately designed which showcase antiques and heritage artefacts belogs to royal families of Jaipur the main attraction here is centuries old Egyptian Mummy. Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is the most well preserved some of the observatory still working and shows how the earlier identifies the position of planets and stars. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Accommodation: Haveli

Day 03: Jaipur-Mandawa (206 kms)

After breakfast leave for Mandawa upon arrival check in to the Alsisar Haveli. Mandawa is also known as open art gallery. Explore the havelis that are trademark of Sekhawati Region and get to know why this is called the World’s largest open art gallery. Worth visiting havelis are Murmuria Haveli, Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli, Binsidhar Newatia Haveli and Chokhi Dhani double haveli. Overnight stay in Haveli

Accommodation: Haveli

Day 04: Mandawa-Bikaner (195 kms)

After breakfast leave for Bikaner the famous stoppage known as world for it Bikaneri Sweets and bhujia. Upon arrival hotel check in. In actual many more things than sweets and bhujia the palace is knows for there Havelis with its intricate carvings, architectural marvel visit to Junagarh Fort, National Research  centre on Camel the largest research and breeding center, Lalgarh Palace and Rampuria Havelis. The most famous of all these is Deshnok Karni Mata Temple the Kabas or rats that roam here freely is one of the attraction people love to see here in this temple. The temple is dedicated to Karni Mata, who the locals believe is an incarnation of Goddess Durga, the protective Mother Goddess in Hindu religion. At present this temple is house for around 25,000 rates that freely meander around the vicinity of the temple. Overnight stay at hotel.

Accommodation: Haveli/Palace/Hotel

Day 05: Bikaner-Jaisalmer (333 kms)

After breakfast leave for Jaisalmer upon arrival hotel check in. Later in the evening explore the Jaisalmer town and lanes by walking. Overnight stay at hotel.

Accommodation: Haveli/Palace/Hotel

Day 06: Jaisalmer- Sam Dune (45 kms)

After breakfast check out and sightseeing of Golden Fort, Patwon Ki Havellis, Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli, Gadisagar Lake the lake is only source of drinking water for Jaisalmer and Kuldhara Abandoned Village later leave for Sam Dune on arrival traditional welcome and Camel Ride. After ride return to the camp have bon fire (Only in winter) bar be and cultural program along with local traditional dance and music. Overnight stay at hotel.

Accommodation: Deluxe/Luxury Permanent tent

Day 07: Jaisalmer-Jodhpur (305 kms)

After breakfast leave for Jodhpur the city of Sun and palaces upon arrival hotel check in. In the evening visit to market. Due to blue color walls of the building, it is sometimes also referred as “blue City”. Upon arrival hotel check in. Visit to Bisnoi Village which the then raj and Maharaja use to take Indian and Foreign guest for the glimpses of rich cultural heritage and life style of villagers and till now the village attracts lots of foreigners and now Indians too. Overnight stay at hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel/Palace

Day 08: Jodhpur sightseeing

After breakfast leave for Jodhpur sightseeing. Visit to the massive fort and palace of Mehrangarh Fort. It covers an area of 1200 acres located atop the hill was constructed during 1459 by Rajput Rao Jodha. Most of this huge Fort is rebuilt during 17th Century. There are many palaces known for its intricate carvings and later visit to The Ummed Bhawan Palace and Museum partly luxury hotel and partly Museum. Continue your sightseeing and visit to Jaswant Thada and Clock Tower. Overnight stay at hotel

Accommodation: Hotel/Palace

Day 09: Jodhpur En route Ranakpur jain Temple Complex- Udaipur (260 kms)

After breakfast leave for Udaipur en route covering Ranakpur jain Temple built in 15th century using white marble, it is the most popular and beautiful jain temple complex that honors Adinath, also known as Rishabanatha. Further continue your journey to reach. Upon arrival at “Venice of the East” hotel check in. Upon arrival check into the hotel. Later proceed for Lake Pichola boating and visit to Jag Mandir Island. Overnight stay at hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel/Palace

Day 10: Udaipur sightseeing

After breakfast leave for Udaipur sightseeing the primary local sightseeing includes of City palace, Sahelio-Ki-Badi or Garden of Maid, Jagdish Temple, Fatehsagar lake, Lake Palace, Vintage Car Museum. Night walk along the Pichola Lake. Overnight stay at hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel/Palace

Day 11: Udaipur Departure

After breakfast your will be transferred to Airport or Udaipur Railway station for onward journey.

Most of the havelis are now being converted to deluxe to Luxury hotels they retain the charm yet they boast of all the modern features. All the modern palaces and havelis features and illustrate the great architectural brilliance and displays the traditional Rajput artistic flavor. Some of the well-known palaces are Ummed Bhawan of Jodhpur part of which has been converted to TAJ Luxury Hotel and Museum, Taj Lake Palace of Udaipur, City Palace Jaipur and Udaipur both are now converted to Museum with huge antics and artifacts display.lovely natural setting, the mild climate fostering a relaxed outdoors lifestyle that is drawing increasing numbers of visitors to enjoy the hospitality. The city, named for a Royal Navy sea captain who sailed into Burrard Inlet on the British Columbian coast in 1792, was barely even a town 100 years ago. Today more than two million souls call this exquisite spot home, and the shiny downtown towers contrast dramatically with the snow-capped mountain backdrop. Business is booming in the retail stores, chic and unusual shops and excellent restaurants.

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