Do you want to witness history? Well, then this destination is perfect for you. This state signifies royalty and will surely embrace you with its heritage. The only thing which comes to mind when we talk about Rajasthan is the desert, camel, and forts but Rajasthan is just beyond your imagination. With unique landscapes, magnificent forts, Rajasthan proudly boasts its royalty and much more. Also, Jaipur is not the only city resembling a colour.
The Gulabi Nagari of India is bound to be in your travel wish list for its beautiful forts, art works, shopping area and super friendly locals. We at Trikon believe in getting into the blood of every destination we choose, hence we will explore Jaipur to the core covering most of the places. This capital city is famous for the iconic Hawa Mahal, its huge forts where several Bollywood movies have been shot and its tasty food.
Bhangarh is a village & haunted place situated in Rajgarh Alwar, Rajasthan state of India. It is very famous for its historical ruins and is considered to be one of India's many haunted locations. It is situated in the Rajgarh municipality of Alwar district in Rajasthan. Not very far from Jaipur Bhangarh is a not so touristy destination in Rajasthan. Many paranormal activists have proven that some souls do exist here. Post sunset one isn’t allowed to be inside this ruined fort
Event : 10499/- per person ( 2500rs Extra for 3AC Coach Train Tickets )
Day 1 : Journey towards Jaipur
Meet Trikon Lead at Mumbai Central Station at 6:30 pm and Borivali at 7 pm to board the train. Seat numbers get allocated a day before the trip or on the same day by the lead. If you wish to get any specific seat type please inform in advance. You can also book your own tickets till Jaipur via flight or AC train tickets. Overnight in the train. Pack your dinner or download Food on track App to order food durourneying the j. Sleep tight.
Day 2: Reach Jaipur – The Pink City Calling
Reach Jaipur by 12 pm and move towards your hotel. Try freshening up quick and grab a quick meal to ensure uncompromised time spent at Amber Fort Jaipur. We start with Hawa Mahal as it won’t take much time to enjoy the beauty of this place, located right in the heart of Pink City Hawa Mahal is an iconic and poster destination of Jaipur. Post this we visit Amber Fort, one of the most beautiful and well-maintained forts of Jaipur. Movies like Manikarnika, Jodha Akbar, and many such historic movies have been shot here. Its floral painting and beautiful gates make it ever-charming, undoubtedly one considers this as a favourite fort in Jaipur. You can also wait late to witness the light at a sound show at this fort if time permits. Come back to the hotel or explore the market on foot and relax for the day. Dinner to be served at a local place or at the hotel depending upon the feasibility. Sleep tight.
Day 3: The Haunted Havelis and ever-popular myth of Bhangarh
Wake-up at 5 am and have packed breakfast! Freshen up and leave for Bhangarh at 6 am. The drive is about 2 Hours from hotel to Bhangarh fort. Once you get down all you witness is beauty of the ruins the local folklore has many stories related to this place in Rajasthan. However as per the architecture and solitude, this less crowded place is truly our idea of exploring offbeat Rajasthan. Spend about 2 Hours in Bhangarh and start journey for Jaipur to explore TWIN FORTS Nahargarh and Jaigarh. Nahargarh boasts off the famous staircase of Apni toh paathshala song from Rang de basanti and Jaigarh has the huge cannon shooter. It is the same place where Gayatri Devi’s treasure was kept safely. Post exploring these forts have lunch and explore Jantar Mantar, where our guide talks about the astronomical wonders and how time was gazed during olden days and many such mysteries get resolved at Jantar Mantar. Check into your rooms in the evening and relax. You can explore the local market and enjoy local food at Jaipur. Dinner time and hit the bed.
Day 4: Last day of sightseeing
Wake up at 7 am and freshen up. Breakfast happens at 8 am and you start your sightseeing with Patrika Gate. This is the most instagrammable destination of Jaipur where beautiful and coloured paintings on a wall gate attract photographers. After spending about 30 minutes here you move on to explore one of the most important places in Jaipur i.e the palace. With our guide it takes about 2 hours to see the palace wholly with loads of information and insights on how the Royals live. The palace of illusion is indeed a sight not to be missed. Post exploring the palace explore the Albert Hall Museum of Jaipur, which looks great from outside and has some artefacts of the old era. If there’s still some time left for the train to be boarded you can check the Birla Temple which is close to the Albert hall museum, this is an optional place and not an important point of interest hence will be covered only if there’s time left for the train which starts at 2 from Jaipur. Lunch can be picked from the station or any local place; you can also choose to order it online. Trip ends as you board the train to Mumbai. Overnight in train.
Day 5: Reach Mumbai
Reach Mumbai by 8 am and get back to your routine work! Trip ends with happy memories.
Monument & Royal Palace Entry Charges need to bourne by the Participant
Things to Carry
● Identity card.
● 2 litre water.
● Camera (Optional).
● Enerzal Powder or Glucon D powder.
● Snacks & Biscuits.
● Extra Pair of Clothes.
● Warm clothing for night.
● Clean napkin & towel.
● Mosquito Repellent.
● Cap, sunglasses, scarf.
● Haversack or Backpack.
● Please carry medicines if you need any.
● Hand Sanitizer.
Consuming liquor or any kind of Alcoholic substance is prohibited. Carrying any kind of substance that’s illegal is not allowed. Smoking is strictly not allowed. Anybody found smoking or consuming alcoholic drinks will be expelled from the event without refund.
What is included in the tour
- Accommodation in Budget hotels on 2/3 sharing basis
- Mumbai to Jaipur & Return train tickets by sleeper coach non ac
- Day 2 Breakfast , Dinner / Day 3 Breakfast , Dinner / Day 4 Breakfast
- Auto or Bus / innova expenses
- Sightseeing expenses
- Trikon lead expertise
What is NOT included in the tour
- Any personal expenses like cold drinks etc.
- Daily Lunch
- Meals during Journey
- Anything not included in the Inclusions.
- Monument Entry Charges
- Royal Palace Charges
- Explore the haunted and ruined old town Bhangarh
- Roam across the pink city Jaipur
- Shop and eat local delicacies
- See the instagrammable Patrika Gate
- Witness the glorifying Amber Fort
- See Jaigarh and Nahargarh fort too
- Stay at local places