Day 1: Delhi
Arrive in Delhi and settle into your hotel. Stay two nights at The Imperial New Delhi on Bed & Breakfast Basis.
Day 2: Delhi
Today, you will spend the whole day exploring the sights of Old and New Delhi. There is so much to discover from markets, Mughal as well as colonial architecture, art galleries and religious places – we will plan your schedule according to your taste and interests.
This evening, dinner will be arranged at one of the capital’s best fine-dining restaurants.
Day 3: Delhi – Agra - Udaipur
Start early with your private jet journey to Agra, home to the Taj Mahal, and visit the iconic mausoleum of love before boarding your jet again to continue to Udaipur. Stay two nights at Taj Lake Palace Hotel on Bed & Breakfast Basis.
Day 4: Udaipur
Spend the morning exploring Udaipur’s enchanting City Palace featuring royal family’s priceless collection of artefacts and antiques. The afternoon is at leisure to relax in your luxurious hotel and in the evening, enjoy an exclusive dining experience on board the Gangaur – a 175-year-old royal barge that once belonged to the Maharana of Udaipur.
Day 5: Udaipur - Jawai
After breakfast, you will be driven (3 – 4 hours) by private vehicle to Jawai. En-route, visit the imposing Kumbhalgarh Fort boasting the second longest fort wall in the world after the Great Wall of China.
Stay three nights at Sujan Jawai Camp on Full Board Basis.
In the evening, an exclusive sundowner will be arranged for you in a stunning countryside location.
Day 6: Jawai
Enjoy early morning and afternoon private game drives in search of the elusive leopard and other wildlife.
Day 7: Jawai
Your private morning game drive will be followed by a special exclusive breakfast set up in the bush.
In the afternoon venture out on a walk or bicycle ride to explore the surrounding area, search for nomadic shepherds or stroll to one of the neighbouring hills for stunning vistas.
Day 8: Jawai – Jodhpur - Jaipur
After breakfast, you will be driven by private vehicle to Jodhpur (3 hours), visit the majestic Mehrangarh Fort which sits some 400 feet above the city and then take a private jet to Jaipur.
Stay two nights at Oberoi Rajvilas on Bed & Breakfast Basis.
Day 9: Jaipur
Meet with an art historian who will take you to the City Palace, which has one of the rarest and most extensive collections of Persian and Kashmiri carpets, the Jantar Mantar, an open air royal observatory featuring the world’s largest sundial and the Hawa Mahal, a nine storey high palace built in pink sandstone with delicately carved niches and balconies.
You will also be taken to the majestic Amber Fort on the outskirts of the city.
Day 10: Jaipur - Ajabgarh
After breakfast, you will be driven (2.5 hours) to Ajabgarh in the heart of rural Rajasthan. Stay three nights at Amanbagh on Bed & Breakfast Basis - one of the finest luxury wellness retreats in the country with an amazing spa.
Late afternoon, enjoy an excursion by jeep to explore the pristine countryside and nearby villages.
Day 11: Ajabgarh
Rise early and enjoy a private sunrise yoga session at a historic temple near Bhangarh. This will be followed by an exclusive breakfast and a guided tour of the eerie 16th century town of Bhangarh which was abruptly deserted by its inhabitants as they believed it was cursed by a courtesan.
The remainder of the day is at leisure.
Day 12: Ajabgarh
Day at leisure to relax or take a bicycle and discover the rural charm of the local villages and farming hamlets.
End your final evening in India with an exclusive dining experience in a stunning rural setting.
Day 13: Ajabgarh – Jaipur - Delhi
In the morning, you will be driven back to Jaipur (2.5 hours). Fly to Delhi by private jet to connect to your flight home.
This extraordinary journey starts from US$34,956.00 per person based on a minimum group size of four travellers. This is merely a sample itinerary and it is entirely possible to customise it according to your specific requirements and interests. The indicative cost does not include the international flights.
Jet aircraft images are for illustrative purposes only and are indicative of the types of aircraft used for these journeys which is dependent on the number of travellers in the party.