Destinations covered : Delhi –
Agra – Bharatpur – Samode – Nimaj –
Rohetgarh - Devigarh
India's capital city, Delhi is the second most widely used entry
point in the country, being on the route of most major airlines.
It is well linked by rail, air and road to all parts of the
country. The remains of seven distinctive capital cities - among
them Shahjahanabad and Qutab Minar - can be seen.
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, built by Emperor Shah
Jahan in the memory of his beloved consort Mumtaz Mahal. This
beautiful mausoleum took 22 years to complete with a work force
of 20,000 craftsmen and master builders, who came from all over
Asia to join in this great work from Baghdad, Shiraz, Delhi,
Samarkand and Turkey.
The Ghana Bird Sanctuary, Bharatpur is just 23 kms away. Visits
to villages where carpet weavers can be seen at work can be
organized. Folk music and dance, cultural shows, boating and jeep
safaris can be arranged on request.
The story of Samode Place goes back more than four and a half
centuries. Nestled picturesquely amid rugged hills, Samode Palace
with its stately grandeur and frescoed walls is a pleasant
journey into the glorious past. The palace is full of
architectural delights -the birds, animals and flowers painted on
the walls of Sultan Mahal, the dining-room with its stained glass
windows and its collection of old family portraits, the Durbar
Hall with its painted ceilings and intricately carved walls and
beautiful chandeliers, give this palace its old world
Nimaj Palace is a Heritage Hotel located at Nimaj in the Marwar
Region (Rajasthan, India) which is an ideal stopover between
Jodhpur and Pushkar.
Nimaj offers a stay in the Rural area of rajasthan while enjoying
Rohet Garh is the fortified desert home of the descendants of the
16th century Champawat clan of the Rathores. It is located 40 kms
from Jodhpur. The colorful arched gateway leads to a compound
into which the rooms open. The large spacious rooms are
tastefully done up with carved furniture, delicate hand block
prints, original paintings and momentous of a bygone era. The
dining-hall has a large collection of antique hunting riffles,
shields, spearheads, daggers, tiger skins and trophies giving a
glimpse into the romantic past when the aristocrats took their
hunting very seriously and often centered their lives around
Devigarh Fort Palace, sits on top of a hill in the village of
Delwara, 45 minutes drive northeast of Udaipur.
The palace is carefully restored and converted in a luxury
boutique hotel. The interiors are so lavish that when you stay
there, you'll always feels like royal people. The surrounding
views of the beautiful Aravali ranges are simply breath taking.
The management & the staff are so hospitable, that you'll
feel like home.