Horse Safari Tour

The Rajputs were destined to be horseback rider, and the convention was firmly implemented in the medieval ages when the mounted force shaped a standout amongst the most critical flanks of the desert armed forces. Unique steeds were reproduced at the thikanas (highborn homes) of the Thakurs who served their lords with multitudes of horsemen. The Marwari steed is an indigenous species, strong, spry and among the notables in world breeds. What’s more, the Kathiawadi and Sindhi stallions are likewise skilled at navigating the desert farmland.

Safari begins from Kumbhalgarh a perfect trail with bumpy landscape and forested wide open and moves from the region of one old post to another. The course goes through the towns, demolished authentic landmarks, and sanctuaries. The trail is one of the utilized courses where the antiquated armed forces once rode and stayed outdoors. Stay at the solaces of previous castles and strongholds to understand that no other better or more notable method for investigating the Rajasthan State is conceivable.

Day One: DelhiDelhi
Horse Safari In India Arrive Delhi and transfer to your hotel.

Day Two : Delhi – Udaipur
Morning flight to Udaipur. Transfer to hotel. In the afternoon visit Udaipur -the City of lakes and palaces.

Day Three : Udaipur
Day at leisure (Optional safari around the 250 acre sanctuary-resort filled with langurs, deer and majestic peacocks).

Day Four : Udaipur – KumbhalgarhKumbhalgar
Morning drive to Kumhalgarh (2.5 hrs). Check in at The Aodhi -built along the hillside and hidden between trees. In the afternoon visit Kumbhalgarh Fort. The wall of the fort is 36 km long and has been hailed as the Great Wall of India, second only to the Great Wall of China.

Day Five : Kumbhalgarh – Narlai (Horse Safari)
Ride through the wildlife sanctuary, which has one of the rarest species of flora and fauna of Rajasthan. Reach Narlai by sunset.

Day Six : Narlai – Jojawar (Safari)
Lake – Udaipur Start early, Ride along the foot of the Aravali Hills, passing through colourful villages and seeing charming Servi men and women working in the fields. By evening reach Jojawar -a big village with its market full of colourful fabric and beautifully embroidered leather shoes.

Day Seven : Jojawar – Dhamli (Safari)
Ride through beautiful Rebari (Shepherds) hamlets, where one can see colourfully decked Rebari women working with their sheep and goat besides the men with their lovely red turbans grazing their camels. Continue ride through a dry river bed and open fields to reach Dhamli -a small and a very Quite village.

Day Eight : Dhamli – Khetwas (Safari)
This day you head towards the west, moving into the desert, riding by the dry and empty fields, which are cultivated only during the monsoons. Reach knetwas camping site before sunset and settle down in the tents. Enjoy a lovely barbeque dinner under the open sky in the night.

Day Nine: Khetwas – Rohet (Safari)hs_hsinrealraj
Ride through the rocky and thorny terrain, which gradually transforms into very dry and salty plain with over grown acacia bushes and very few shady trees. Reach Rohetgarh by evening.

Day Ten : Rohet – Luni (Safari)
Ride through the small settlements of Brahmins Bishnois who very fiercely protect Chinkara the Black Buck antelopes, which graze freely close to their settlements. By afternoon check in at hotel.

Day Eleven : Luni – Jhalamand (Safari)
Rohet Garh – Rohet On the last day, ride through the sandy fields and scattered lakes, which attract flocks of Migrating cranes and local wildlife like Chinkara and Black buck. Reach Jhalamandgarh by late afternoon

Day Twelve: Jhalamand – Jodhpurjodhpur
In the afternoon visit Jodhpur. Evening depart by overnight train for Delhi.

Day Thirteen : Delhi
Arrive Delhi in the morning. Transfer to your hotel.

Day Fourteen : Delhi
Full day visit Old and New Delhi.

Day Fifteen : Depart Delhi
Transfer to airport to connect flight for onward destination (hotel checkout 12:00 hrs).

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