- Duration: 13 Days
- Major Attractions: Horse Safari Exporing Historical places of Rajasthan
- Destination Covered:Delhi, Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh, Rawla Narlai, Luni, Jodhpur
Rajasthan has become a favored destination for adventure tourism in India and Horse Safari in Rajasthan is getting popularity these days. The Horse Safari Tour mainly passes through Aravali Mountains starting from picturesque city of Udaipur known as a city of lakes in India also referred as Venice of East.
The adventurous journey finishes at Sun City of Jodhpur covering historical places like Kumbhalgarh, Narlai, Jojawar, Luni and Rohet etc.
You will ride the horses through Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, which has some important wild animals like leopard and antelopes. The hills of Aravali are full of bird species. The villages around Rohet and Luni are mainly inhabited by Bishnoi community, which preserves nature and wildlife.
Therefore, you will see herds of black backs and numerous birds. The rural life of Rajasthan is always enchanting; hence a Horse Safari tour of Rajasthan would also prove to be an Indian Wildlife Travel as well as a cultural tour of India. The kind of Horses, we use for this safari are Marwari Horses or Mewari Horses and both are renowned race in the world.
Day 1 – Delhi-Arrival
Arrive at Delhi international airport, you will be assisted by our representative and transferred to the hotel. Stay overnight in the hotel.
Day 2 – Delhi-Udaipur
In the morning, transfer to the airport to catch the flight for Udaipur. Arrive at Udaipur and transfer to the hotel to check in. Rest of the day is free at your discretion.
Day 3 – Udaipur
In the morning after breakfast start a city tour including City Palace & the museum, Saheliyon Ki Bari – a beautiful garden of the maidens, Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum and historical Jagdish temple. In the evening enjoy the boat ride on spectacular Lake Pichhola.
Day 4 – Udaipur-Kumbhalgarh
Today, transfer to Kumbhalgarh and check in to the resort. After having lunch visit Kumbhalgarh Fort. The length of the fort walls are 36 KMS and are called as the Great Wall of India as it is considered second great wall after China. Kumbhalgarh Fort enjoys an important place in Indian history because it was not conquered ever.
Day 5 – Kumbhalgarh- Rawla Narlai (Horse Safari)
Today ride the world famous Mewari Horses to Rawla Narlai. Today you will pass through Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary. This wildlife sanctuary has some rarest flora & fauna in Rajasthan. By the evening reach to Narlai and check in to the heritage hotel.
Day 6 – Narlai-Jojawar
In the very early morning, again ride the horses and proceed via the Aravalli foothills viewing the colorful Rajasthani villages. Watch the attractive and smiling Rajasthani folk busy in the fields. You will reach at Jojawar by the evening. Jojawar is a pretty Rajasthani village and is known for its small but magnificent markets. Here you may find several fabrics and embroidered leather shoes.
Day 7 – Jojawar-Dhamli
Today, ride the house by the charming hamlets of Rabari tribes (Shepherds). Here view the wonderfully decorated Rabari women working with their goats and sheep. On the different side Rabari men are wearing the colorful turbans graze their camel herds. Ride your horse through the dry bed of Local River and via extensive fields. Finally arrive in Dhamli – a very peaceful small village.
Day 8 – Dhamli-Khetwas
After breakfast, start the horse riding to the western region of Rajasthan entering to the Great Thar Desert. Today you will ride via dry and bare fields which are cultivated only during the monsoon. On arrival in Khetwas, check in to the camps.
Day 9 – Khetwas-Rohet
Today, ride the Marwari horses to Rohet through the rocky & prickly terrain – this land will change gradually in the dry and salty plains. This region has few full-grown Acacia bushes and some desert plants with shade. On arrival at Rohet, check in and relax.
Day 10 – Rohet-Luni
After breakfast start again the horse safari via Bishnoi villages. Bishnoi is a local Rajasthani clan which is quite famous for their environment preservation work. In the fields near Bishnoi Villages, see many herds of endangered Black Bucks. Finally arrive in Luni and stay in Hotel Fort Chanwa.
Day 11 – Luni-Jhalamand
In the morning, ride the horse by the picturesque fields in the Thar Desert dotted with pretty lakes which attracts the migrating crane’s flocks along with various other wild animals like Black Bucks & Chinkara. On arrival at Jhalamand, check in to the palace hotel.
Day 12 – Jhalamand-Jodhpur
After having leisurely breakfast, drive to Blue city of Jodhpur. Arrive in Jodhpur and check in to the hotel. After lunch take a tour of one of the most imposing forts in India, Mehrangarh Fort and the royal cenotaphs located at Jaswant Thada.
Day 13 – Jodhpur-Delhi-Departure
At Appropriate time, transfer to the airport to catch the flight for Delhi. Arrive in Delhi and embark the connecting flight back home. The tour ends.