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Ethnic Groups with Isolated Village Tour in Rajasthan

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Tour Highlights: This suggested tour cover the most ethnic group of the colorful state Rajasthan such as Bisnoi, Garacia, Rabari, Bhil, Bhopa etc their villages, weekly market with unique villages of sekhawati region, Thar desert region and central -south part of the state with nice monuments, culture and different temple, fort and palaces, camel safari and at the conclusion the world famous Taj Mahal of Agra.


Our overall Endeavour is to ensure that the guest to Rajasthan (India ) should get mentally rejuvenated, physically invigorated, culturally enriched and spiritually elevated and , on return to his country, should feel the real India with in him/ her through Rajasthan.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: (sat)-Delhi

Upon arrival at Delhi airport meet our representative and transfer to hotel , evening visit the old part Delhi- enjoy the nice dinner at Karim ( one of the nice clean restaurant at old delhi area has been counting during Emperor Akbar period, famous for Mugalia Food).

Overnight- Delhi

Day 2: (sun)-Delhi-Mandwa (3hr drive+ visit)

Morning sight seeing of Delhi over cycle rickshaw to cover the old part of city and after late lunch drive towards Mandwa ( famously know as Mandaw garh- Rajasthan)

Overnight- Mandawa

Day 3: (mon)- Mandwa-Sekhawati- Mandwa (3hr drive+ visit)

After full day excursion the typical villages of sekhawati region such as Ramgarh Shekhawati, Fathepur Shekhawati, Jhunjhunu, Bissan, Mhansar etc , meet and greet with the people. Enjoy the local food at there and return back to Mandwa again for overnight stay.

Overnight- Mandawa

Day 4: (Tue)-Mandwa-Bishnoi Tribal village- Bikaner (3.15hr drive+ visit)

Morning proceed towards Bikaner area, check in the nice eco resort at there. After noon visit the colorful Bisnoi tribal village. Excursion their life style.
Back to resort again.

Overnight- Bikaner

Day 5: (wed)-Bishnoi village-Bikaner (2hr drive+ visit)

Meet the colorful Bishnoi Tribal community at their isolated village and enjoy their typical tribal dance ( the dance is exclusive for you and organize by us, it is better to encourage their culture through dance and music which is the main base of sustainable tourism).

Overnight- Bikaner

Day 6: (Thur)-Bikaner- Koyalat-Phuladi- Jaisalmar/ camel safari- Dune(6hr drive+ visit)

Early proceed towards Jaisalmar enroute meet the typical ethnic village at Koyalat, Phuladi area.

Upon arrival Jaisalmar meet our representative on spot and by camel safari proceed towards sand Dune.

Overnight stay in that Dune area , you may stay in tent or open star dune. ( but very safty) at Khuri.

Enjoy the sand chicken ( local royal dish of chicken cooked inside sand with typical spices –masala).

Overnight- Khuri( sand dune)

Day 7: (Fri)- Jaisalmar- Rabari tribal village (2.30hr drive+ visit)

Morning meet the Famous colorful tribes in Desert – Rabari tribe at their village. During lunch time enjoy the local food at their village ( but not mandatory), after full day excursion return back to Dune camp again. Evening with good hygienic food enjoy the “Khalbali folk dance “ ( with proper costume and music , exclusive for you).

Overnight-  at the same dune eco resort/ camp at Khuri village.

Day 8: (Sat)-Jaisalmar- Pokharan- Jodhpur (6hr drive+ visit)

Morning after breakfast proceed to Jodhpur , enroute meet the typical tribal ( Rabari ) tribal village at Pokharan area.

Check in a nice palace in Jodhpur. Enjoy the royal dinner with royal hospitality in their dinning hall.

Overnight- Jodhpur

Day 9: (sun)-Jodhpur-Garacia tribal village/ Bhopa Tribal village- Kumbalgarh (4hr drive+ visit)

Morning after breakfast at the royal garden, check out and proceed to Kumbalgarh meet the colorful Garacia tribes at their village ,also meet the one of the famous tribal group in india- Bhopa tribe (whose eyes are green color) explore and excursion their life style and then check in a nice heritage palace at Kumbalgarh. Enjoy the royal hospitality at there.

Overnight- Kumbalgarh

Day 10: (mon)-Kumbalgarh-Ranakpur-Udaipur (3hr drive+ visit)

Early hiking the nearby Rajputana village , meet the Rajaputana family and meet and greet over there. Then after breakfast proceed to Udaipur enroute visit Ranakpur – Jain temple ( is one of the largest and most important jain temple in India; open for Non hindus 11 am to 5 pm)

After noon visit the Lake pichola in Udaipur , evening heritage walk and relax around Lal Ghat Area.

Overnight – stay near the Lal Ghat area. View of Lake Pichola in Udaipur

Day 11: (Tue)-Udaipur-Bhil Tribal village-Udaipur (2.30hr drive+ visit)

Meet the most colorful tribes of Rajasthan – Bhil , at their village at Choti Undri and Badi Undri and explore and excursion their life style. Also enjoy their Bhil Mandno ( Bhil Painting) If you interest enjoy the typical traditional organic food at their village.

Note: Bhil Tribes are three types such as Kotya Bhil , Bansiya Bhil and Dungariya Bhil and they celebrate the colorful festival during Baneshwar Fair, Dusshera , shiv ratri and Holi time. ( for more detail please contact with us).

Overnight – Udaipur

Day 12: (Wed)-Udaipur-Chitoorgarh-Bundi (4.45hr drive+ visit)

Morning Proceed to Bundi enroute visit the Chitoorgarh fort on the hill top and also Rana Kumbha palace , Tower of Victory and Fateh prakash Palace
Check in a nice haveli at Bundi and afternoon walk the gossiping center of main bazaar area.

Bundi- Bundi is like stepping back in time. It is a picturesque and captivating little town which has more or less retainied a medieval atmosphere. Bundi is not a major tourist tramping ground , which is a big part of its charm. In the evening , people throng to the colorful and bustling markets that meander through the town’s lanes. Over all Bundi is a friendly place.

Overnight- Bundi

Day 13: (Thur)-Bundi-Puskar- Jaipur (4hr drive+ visit)

Early stand up and heritage walk around Taragarh , is a great place to ramble around at leisure.

Proceed to Puskar, visit the Puskar Bramha temple

There is grand camel fare . (please see the below detail ). Check in a nice hotel / Haveli or Palaces ( depending upon your budget) in Jaipur.

Afternoon visit the old city area ( Pink city ), is one of Jaipur’s major landmarks ( this five storey building , overlooking the main street of the bustling old city, is a stunning example of Rajput artistry, with pink, delicately honeycombed sandstone windows. It was originally built to enableladies of the royal house hold to watch the every day life and processions of the city)

Walk around the main Bazaars which includes Johari Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar and Chandpol Bazaar.

Overnight- Jaipur

Day 14: (Fri)- Jaipur- Agra- village (4hr drive+ visit)

Morning visit the City palace area of old city of Jaipur and then drive towards Agra.

Check in a nice hotel at there and after noon visit the stone craft village,

Explore and excursion their life style and artistic work. Evening visit the Illumination of Taj Mahal from the outer side ( Taj Mahal remain close on Friday)

Overnight- Agra

Day 15: (sat)-Agra- Tajmahal- Delhi airport departure.(3.30hr drive+ visit)

Morning visit the world famous Taj Mahal, excursion the symbol of love.

Feel the real India with you ……

Then proceed towards Delhi International Airport, take the evening flight for your onwards journey.




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