Tailore-Made Private Taxi Tour

You can plan your own trip according to your vacational days, weeks or months, and let us know. we are more then happy to orgainise tailor-made trips for you and your family/friends.

Here is two sugessted itineraries for private taxi tours in Rajasthan along with Taj Mahal visit.
You can also choose to visit some of nature/wild life santuary of Rajasthan such as Ranthambore next to jaipur and Baratpur on way to Agra.

1.A passage Through Rajasthan.
2.Royal Rajasthan Tour.
Expriences:- Forts, Palaces, Temples, Kings, Desert and Camel-Rides,Marwari Horse-,Elephant-;Turban-men and off-course Taj!

1.A passage Through Rajasthan
Day 01: Jodhpur: Reach Jodhpur by flight/train from New Delhi/Mumbai. Wlecome pick-up at jodhpur on arrival point and transfer to hotel/guest house in old walled blue city and in after-noon take a tour of sarrounding sardar(clock-tower) market. In evening tour program is explained and your questions are welcome.
Day 02:Jodhpur-Osian(Bhikamkore):An interesting sightseeing tour of Jodhpur the hub of Rajasthan to include the massive 15th Century fort Mehrangarh, jaswant thada and the magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace,lunch (indian home-cooked food). Post lunch drive to Osian (60km. north west of jodhpur) is an oasis in Thar desert, visit of 8th centuary hindu & jain temples, glimps of local marcket while a drink stop.drive further a field in to desert where you are welcomes by local desert host family,sunset over the desert,dinner with family and sleeping under the stars!
A good opportunity to do some Camel Safari.
Day 03:Osian-Jaisalmer:Drive for Jaisalmer through desert coutryside inroute visit Khichen migratry birds watching point hundreds of cranes comes every year in winter(oct-march). Drive continue to desert citadel Jaisalmer, a chance to stay in golden fort. Explore the Golden city on your own in the evening.Overnight
Day 04: Jaisalmer: Guided sightseeing of Jaisalmer fort museum, temples and havelis, lunch and further transfer outside Jaisalmer to spend the evening in rustic desert atmosphere.Folk intertentment,dinner. stay in desert camp.
Day 05:Jaisalmer- Daspan: Take this less frequented route to the unexplored parts of Thar Desert and reach Daspan. Check in the highly personalized atmosphere of Castle hotel in this village. This village presents the most untouched picture of Indian villages. You may see a whole range of crafts being practiced right in front.
Day 06:Daspan- Mount Abu: Reach Mount Abu - Rajasthan's only hill retreat blessed with pleasant climate all through the year. Your first day here will be spent leisurely walking around its lake and appreciating its greenery.
Day 07: Mount Abu-Ranakpur: Visit the Dilwara Jain temples, unparalleled in every aspect of creativity and artistry on marble. The marble here is so finely carved that it seems almost translucent! then drive to ranakpur.Late afternoon an inresting Horse ride and staying in hotel/horse breeding farm. A chance to get to know about special rajasthani horses 'Marwari'
Day 08:Rankpur- Udaipur:Either ride more on horse-back or drive for Kumbhalgarh fort high in the Aravalli hills range, fort visit, lunch and reach udaipur.
Day 09:Udaipur : We start the day with the superb Jagdish Temple which is noted for its elephant-motif carvings, and the grand City Palace which overlooks Pichola Lake and the Garden of the Maids of Honor. Afternoon free to enjoy the romance of the city.
Day 10: Udaipur-Bundi:Morning drive to Bundi visiting en route the spectacular fort at Chittorgarh.Time permitting we visit the Madho Singh Museum which houses a fine collection of miniature paintings. Overnight.
Day 11: Bundi: Founded in 1342 it lies well protected within the ranges of the Aravalli Hills. It has been said that Bundi is deliciously behind times. Visit the Chhattar Mahal, a stunning palace fort,chitrashala, rani ki baori one of rajasthan's finest step well. Relax rest of the day.
Day 12:Bundi-Jaipur:Morning drive to Jaipur.Arrive Jaipur in the afternoon,take evening walk through many interesting lanes of Jaipur, which are full of shops of artisans, traditional houses of the Pink City. To catch glimpses of the habitual patterns of its people which even includes attending heart-rending prayers at Sri Govind Devji temple. Overnight.
Day 13: Jaipur: The capital of Rajashthan another colourful city in India. Our tour includes a royal savor on an Elephant back ride to Amer Fort Next is a tour of the city with its famous pink colored buildings, unique architecture such as Hawa mahal( palace of winds).Overnight.
Day 14: Jaipur-Agra: Today we depart for Agra, stopping en route at Fatehpur Sikri. Built by Akbar around 1570, this is probably the best preserved Mughal city in India. Continue to Agra. Overnight.
Day 15: Taj mahal-Delhi:We first head for the immortal Taj Mahal, built by Shah Jehan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal,followed then by a visit to Agra Fort,lunch. Post lunch drive to New Delhi evening at leisure.
Day 16:Delhi- Departure: Morning tour of Old and New Delhi. At appropriate time transfer to airport for your flight back home. The Tour Ends. NAMASTE!


2.Royal Rajasthan Tour:
Day 1: Arrive Delhi Namaste! Welcome to New Delhi - the capital of India.
We are greeted the traditional way and transferred to our hotel. Overnight
Day 2: Delhi Day tour of Old and New Delhi, Moghul and Colonialists created capital, includes Jama Masjid, Red Fort, India Gate, Parliament Buildings, Birla Mandir, Gandhi memorial and experience the bazaar at Chandni Chowk.
Day 3: Delhi / Mandawa (Drive 260kms / 160miles) We drive towards the colourful Rajasthan visiting en route the famous 1755 built, majestic Mandawa Castle. We wonder the many halls of the palace and castle to experience the royalty of the enchanting bygone days.
Day 4: Mandawa / Bikaner (Drive 200kms / 123miles) We head for Bikaner - a high battlement walled place and a typical Rajasthani city.
Day 5: Bikaner / Jaisalmer (Drive 333kms / 205miles) This is India's most exotic desert route. It gives us an excellent glimpse in the desert lifestyle of Rajasthan.
Day 6: Jaisalmer Our tour of this town includes the fort museum, temples and havelis, 12th Century Jain Temples and Lodhruva - a one time capital of Rajasthan.
Day 7: Jaisalmer / Bhikamkore (Drive 225kms / 135miles) Our scenic drive to Bhikamkore(hemlet in Thar desert) here you are welcomes by local desert host family,sunset over the desert,dinner with family. A good opportunity to do some Camel Safari. sleeping under the stars! A good opportunity to do some Camel Safari.
Day 8:Bhikamkore/ Jodhpur(Drive 85kms/ 55miles)Drive includes visits of interesting Hindu and Jain Temples at Osiyan before reaching the edge of the Thar Desert blue city.Jodhpur.After-noon take a tour of sarrounding sardar(clock-tower) market. Overnight
Day 9: Jodhpur An interesting sightseeing tour of Jodhpur the hub of Rajasthan to include the massive 15th Century fort Mehrangarh, jaswant thada and the magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace and Mandore. Evening at leisure.
Day 10:Jodhpur/Ranakpur (Drive 220kms / 137miles) Morning drive toward Ranakpur , reaching horse breeding farm arround 11am. Welcomes by horse-man's family, lunch. Late afternoon an inresting Horse ride to exprience local people's life and nature at foot of arravali hills.Visit of aesthetically built Jain temple of Ranakpur (1444pillars!) is special. Staying in hotel/horse breeding farm.
A chance to get to know about special rajasthani horses 'Marwari'(ears that touches each others). Kumbhalgarh, high in the Aravalli Range.
Day 11: Ranakpur / Udaipur (Drive 125kms / 77miles)Either ride more on horse-back or drive for Udaipur en route we visit the Kumbhalgarh Fort. High in the Aravalli Range,Continue to famous lake city of Rajasthan the "City of Dreams" often referred to as the most romantic city in India. Overnight
Day 12: Udaipur We start the day with the superb Jagdish Temple which is noted for its elephant-motif carvings, and the grand City Palace which overlooks Pichola Lake and the Garden of the Maids of Honor. Afternoon free to enjoy the romance of the city.
Day 13: Udaipur / Bundi (Drive 315kms /195miles) Drive to Bundi, visiting en route the spectacular fort at Chittorgarh. Time permitting we visit the Madho Singh Museum which houses a fine collection of miniature paintings. Overnight Bundi.
Day 14: Bundi/Pushker (Drive 146kms / 97miles) Morning , visiting Bundi.Founded in 1342 it lies well protected within the ranges of the Aravalli Hills. It has been said that Bundi is deliciously behind times. Visit the Chhattar Mahal, a stunning palace fort,chitrashala, rani ki baori one of rajasthan's finest step well.late afternoon depart for Pushkar' city of holy lake' Overnight.
Day 15:Pushker The holy city of Rajashthan pushker has its special caracter having a lake in centre and a Brahma temple , only one in Asia. colourful bazar, hundreds of temple and Ghats make this city unique in India.evening at leisure.Overnight
Day 16: Pushker/Jaipur (Drive 180kms / 120miles) Today we depart for Jaipur. Arrive Jaipur in the afternoon,take evening walk through many interesting lanes of Jaipur, which are full of shops of artisans, traditional houses of the Pink City. To catch glimpses of the habitual patterns of its people which even includes attending heart-rending prayers at Sri Govind Devji temple. Overnight.
Day 17:Jaipur The capital of Rajashthan another colourful city in India. Our tour includes a royal savor on an Elephant back ride, to Amer Fort Next is a tour of the city with its famous pink colored buildings, unique architecture such as Hawa mahal( palace of winds).Overnight.
Day 18: Jaipur/Agra (Drive 235kms / 145miles)Today we depart for Agra, stopping en route at Fatehpur Sikri. Built by Akbar around 1570, this is probably the best preserved Mughal city in India. Continue to Agra.Overnight
Day 19: Agra/Delhi (Drive 204kms/126miles)We first head for the immortal Taj Mahal, built by Shah Jehan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal,followed then by a visit to Agra Fort. Later this noon we leave for Delhi, stopping en route at Sikandra to view the 1613 built tomb of Akbar. Dinner at a typical Indian restaurant as we bid farewell to Rajasthani India.
Overnight at capital city Delhi
Day 20: Delhi/Fly back homeMorning tour of Old and New Delhi. After what will have been a majestic way to see and experience royal India, we bid farewell as we are transferred to the airport for our flight back home.Tour Ends.
NAMASTE!