Honeymoon in Rajasthan

Honeymoon in Rajasthan

India is an undeniably romantic destination. Full of rich culture, adventure, beautiful scenery and something new around each corner, you cannot help by be amazed. Through this itinerary, designed especially with honeymooners in mind, you’ll visit Udaipur, Narlai, Jaipur, Agra and  beautiful Hotel situated on Chhatrasagar Dam.

Honeymoon in Rajasthan

A honeymoon in India promises to be the most exciting travel you could imagine. With amazing beaches, bustling cities, vibrant markets and an incredible culture, India has it all for the holiday of a lifetime.

Tour Highlights

  1. Visit the incomparable Taj Mahal.
  2. Dinner in a 1,000-year-old stepwell.
  3. Best of the spas.
  4. earning how to cook typical Rajasthani cuisine.
  5. Visit of Udaipur by vintage car.

Itinerary

Delhi – Udaipur – Narlai – Jodhpur – Nimaj – Jaipur – Agra – Delhi

Day 01 : Delhi arrival
Airport welcome and check in at the hotel in the center of Delhi. Night in hotel.
Day 02 : Delhi
Breakfast at hotel. Half day is free to relax and enjoy spa at hotel which is a unique sanctuary for experiencing true Wellness iconically designed over a sprawling 12,000 sq ft of cool marble and wood, embellished with authentic Indian art to lift your mind and spirit. Later during day, a guided tour on rickshaw driver/guides will cycle you through the winding alleys of the markets of Old Delhi where you and the children will witness Indian city life up close as you pass street barbers and stall keepers selling colourful garments, spices and sweets. Hop off whenever you want a closer look and return to the hotel in time for lunch. It's time for an introduction to Indian history and architecture with a visit to Humayun's Tomb, also in New Delhi and somewhere for the children to run around in the shaded formal gardens surrounding the elegant tomb of a Mughal king.
Day 03: Delhi - Udaipur (Flight)
Early morning breakfast at hotel Transfer to domestic airport and onboard flight to Udaipur, upon arrival met by driver and transfer to hotel. During sunset the picturesque boat ride on Lake Pichola not only provides the best scenic view of the lake and the mountains in the city, but also presents some of the most important historical monuments dotted along the lakeside or submerged within the lake.
Day 04: Udaipur
Breakfast at hotel. Enjoy a rural cycle tour through Udaipur’s beautiful countryside before exploring the city’s main attractions with a private guide, including the City Palace, Saheliyon-ki-bari and Jagdish Temple. Late afternoon, you will be trying laying your hands to cook some Rajasthan cuisine. Udaipur, the historical capital of the kingdom of Mewar, has more than just heritage and culture linked to it. From local dhabas to luxury restaurants, every place in this princely state has the trend of serving with royalty, its-lip smacking delicacies. Here is the chance to brush up and rediscover your cooking skills with a cooking workshop in Udaipur.
Day 05: Udaipur (90 kms – 01½ hrs) Ranakpur (50 kms) Narlai
Relaxing breakfast at hotel. Transfer by surface to Narlai, enroute visiting temples of Ranakpur, between the intricate carvings, jungle views and visiting monkeys, Chaumukha Mandir, the Jain Temple at Ranakpur, will transport you to another world. Built in the 15th century, this enormous complex has 1,400 pillars, each one hand-carved with its own unique patterns, icons and elements from nature – no two pillars are alike. After visiting further drive to Narlai and check in at hotel. Rawla narlai’ is the kind of place where you cleanse the soul or indulge it unabashedly! Like the garden of eden, it guarantees to satiate your need for gratification, yet thankfully, without any possibility of expulsion. Spend the days exploring local village life, relaxing by the hotel’s large outdoor swimming pool and enjoying a delicious evening meal in a 1,000 year old stepwell.
Day 06: Narlai – Jodhpur (130 kms – 02½ hrs)
After breakfast transfer to Jodhpur Jodhpur, a vibrant city awash with blue-coloured buildings and home to the mighty Mehrangarh Fort. Raas, a wonderfully romantic 18th century haveli in a stunning location just beneath the Mehrangarh Fort. Afternoon at your leisure before enjoying a short city tour of Jodhpur to visit Mehrangarh Fort, the Jaswant Thada cenotaph and its blue city.
Day 07: Jodhpur – Chhtrasagar (110 kms – 02 hrs)
Breakfast at hotel, today will be a short drive to Chhatrasagar An utterly peaceful retreat midway between the princely cities of Jodhpur and Jaipur. The camp sits on a dam with views over a nature reserve and farmland to the Aravalli Hills. It’s a place of big skies and vast panoramas that will make your heart sing. Rest of day free to relax or enjoy hotel spa.
Day 08: Chhtrasagar - Jaipur (235 kms – 04½ hrs)
Breakfast at hotel and transfer to Jaipur. Be seduced by the pink-walled capital of Rajasthan and its ornate palaces and extravagant riches. Rest of the day free at hotel.
Day 09: Jaipur
Breakfast at hotel. Today Jaipur takes you a little more off-the-beaten-track as you enjoy a guided walk to the settlement of the Meena Tribe, before ascending the Aravalli Hills on a historic path. The path offers breath-taking views of Jaipur’s spectacular Amber fort, which you will then visit later in the afternoon. In the afternoon exploring the city with a private specialist guide, visiting the historic City Palace, the Jantar Mantar observatory, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) and the bazaars of the old city.
Day 10: Jaipur – Agra (260 kms – 05½ hrs)
Breakfast at hotel and leave for Agra.  Upon arrival you will visit the impressive Agra Fort and to the Mehtab Bagh, a grand park that enjoys spectacular views of the Taj Mahal. Your dinner will be at Peshwari restaurant - The romance of the rugged North West Frontier of India comes alive at this authentic, award winning restaurant, making it a landmark dining destination in Agra.
Day 11: Agra - Delhi (210 kms – 04 hrs)
Early morning tea or coffee. This morning you shall visit chef-de-oeuvre of your honeymoon trip to India. Taj Mahal for sunrise, a magical experience and we think the best time of day to take in this magnificent mausoleum in all its glory. Return to hotel for breakfast and transfer by surface to Delhi some free time in capital of India before your flight to back home.
  • Best Season:  From 01 September –  30 April
map of Nawabs of Lucknow

The highlights of this trip

Romantic Locations

Rajasthan makes for an unforgettable honeymooning experience – one which your heart won’t forget in a hurry. Celebrating your honeymoon in Rajasthan, a land that is rich with a vibrant history, spectacular palaces and heady sensory experiences, will ensure you have a truly memorable time. You’ll most definitely cherish your getaway for many years to come.

Stay

India may have arrived late to the boutique culture, but it has caught on fast and Rajasthan is no exception. Alongside the mighty forts, colorful cities, lavish palaces, ancient ruins and sprawling countryside are a number of stunning boutique properties that are almost destinations in their own right. 

 

Hankpicked Experiences 

Our experiences are all-inclusive and exclusive, having been selected to take you behind the scenes for encounters that are simply inaccessible to the ordinary traveller.  Our daily expriences will enable you to explore you this memorable tour in depth.

  • Cultural 80% 80%
  • Monuments 80% 80%
  • Romantic Locations 95% 95%
  • Experiences 95% 95%

It felt being in 1001 nights

“I think that there is nothing more romantic than being out in the middle of nowhere, under a huge sky glittering with stars, around a warm bonfire, with the person you love. North India has the most amazing selection of tented camps – and unlike an African safari experience, Rajasthan offers so much culture, food and history alongside the beautiful landscapes. ”

Raphael, Paris, France

It was a fantastic trip!!!

“It was a fantastic trip! We fell in love with this country. Everything went smoothly, and we enjoyed every moment of our honeymoon, especially our stay in Udaipur, it is such a romantic town!“

Morgane, Nice, France.

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