Rajasthani Food


 Day 01: Arrive at the airport, where you’ll be greeted and taken to your hotel. If you arrive early, use the time to rest from your journey. Hotel check-in is at noon.

Day 02: At 08:30 AM, you’ll be picked up from your hotel for a 20-25 minute Delhi metro ride to Old Delhi, starting at Chandni Chowk. This marks the beginning of Delhi’s top-ranked culinary tour, introducing you to Indian cuisine and culture, and setting the stage for your India trip.

Experience about 16-18 diverse Indian dishes at up to 10 renowned food spots in Old Delhi, some over a century old. Enjoy samosas, lassi, kulfi, kebabs, and more. The tour navigates through Old Delhi’s historic lanes, bustling markets, and various commodities. It includes visiting the Spice Market and a brief stop at a temple feeding over 10,000 people daily.

You’ll catch a superfast train to Jodhpur in the evening, spending the night onboard.

Day 03: Check-in at the hotel is scheduled for noon, subject to room availability. If the room isn’t ready, you’re welcome to enjoy breakfast in the hotel restaurant.

Upon arrival at Jodhpur railway station, you’ll be transferred to your hotel. Later, explore the majestic Mehrangarh Fort, built in 1459 by Rao Jodha, and enjoy panoramic views of the city and its blue houses. Visit Jaswant Thada, a marble memorial for Maharajah Jaswant Singh II and other Jodhpur Maharajahs. After returning to the hotel, partake in an afternoon cooking class to learn the secrets of Rajasthani cuisine. Your overnight stay will be in Jodhpur.

Day 04: Today, we’ve organized a bicycle tour for you. Remember to bring comfortable shoes, clothes, a hat, and glasses. Jodhpur, Rajasthan’s second-largest city, is known as the ‘Blue City’ for its blue-painted houses near Mehrangarh Fort, ‘Sun City’ for its year-round sunshine, and ‘Walled City’ for its historic protective wall. Famous for its hospitality, you’ll experience Jodhpur’s vibrant culture and desert landscapes.

After the tour, we’ll head back to the hotel and drive to Pushkar. In Pushkar, explore its 400 temples and sacred sites, including the Brahma Temple and Savitri Temple, offering stunning city views. Your overnight stay will be in Pushkar.

Day 05: Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before visiting the holy Pushkar Lake, encircled by 52 ghats and frequented by Hindu pilgrims for rituals.

Continue your journey to Jaipur, checking into your hotel upon arrival.

In the evening, immerse yourself in a Rajasthani cooking class, exploring the rich, spice-laden flavors typical of Jaipur’s royal cuisine, influenced by its regal history. Cook and savor local dishes like Laal Maas, Gatte ki Khichdi, Rajasthani curry, and Bundi Raita, all prepared with traditional desi ghee.

Day 06: Tomorrow morning, we’ll start our day at your hotel and head to the Govind Devji Temple in the City Palace for a morning aarti, where you can witness prayer chants and songs to the deity in this 18th-century Krishna temple, once revered by royalty.

Next, we’ll visit the bustling wholesale flower market near Hawa Mahal, brimming with locals trading vibrant roses and marigolds.

We’ll then pause for a 10-15 minute tea break at a local chaiwalla on Chaura Raasta, where you can enjoy cardamom tea served in traditional Kullad cups, a Rajasthani specialty.

Post tea, we’ll return to your hotel for a hearty breakfast, followed by a tour of Jaipur’s highlights. This includes the Amber Fort and its famous Sheesh Mahal, offering panoramic views from its hilltop location. We’ll also explore the iconic Hawa Mahal and the City Palace, now a museum showcasing Jaipur’s royal heritage.

In the evening, you have the option to dive into Jaipur’s street food scene, tasting everything from Chole Bhaturas to Gulab Jamuns, and experiencing the local flavors.

Your night stay will be in Jaipur, capping off a day rich in cultural and culinary experiences.

Day 07: Post check-out, we’ll head to Agra, stopping at Abhaneri Step Well and Fatehpur Sikri en route. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. Spend the evening exploring Sadar Bazar and Agra’s Food Street. Stay overnight in Agra.

Day 08: Visit the Taj Mahal at sunrise (closed on Fridays) for breathtaking views and fewer crowds. This iconic monument, built by Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz, took over 20 years to complete. Experience its enchanting beauty in the tranquil morning light.

Post-breakfast, explore the magnificent Agra Fort, housing the exquisite Jahangir Palace. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it boasts a stunning collection of palaces and mosques, contrasting with the Taj Mahal’s marble splendor.

Conclude your tour with a transfer to Delhi for your onward flight. Tour ends.

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