Revisiting Rajasthan: New Itineraries for Travel in Rajasthan, India

Samode Palace7. Infinity pool

You would think it has been done to death but there is always more to discover in Rajasthan during a tour of India.

In response we have developed a series of new  itineraries for our clients who have previously travelled to Rajasthan and/or who want to explore the state in some depth. Titled ‘The Glory Series’, the three itineraries feature the state’s many off-beat places of interest while highlighting its unique heritage hotels. For example in ‘Faded Glory’, we feature rural hotels which have not been overly refurbished – properties that can be described as gracefully faded, such as Roopangarh Fort and Udai Bilas Palace – and thus still retain their original charm and atmosphere.

In ‘Revived Glory’ we feature famous city hotels which have been restored to their former glory or beyond – such as The Imperial in Delhi, the incomparable Taj Lake Palace and Taj Rambagh Palace. ‘Recreated Glory’ links together hotels which have been more recently built in the lavish style of the grand palaces and forts of the Rajput era. These are some of the finest and most luxurious properties in India – the world renowned Oberoi Amarvilas, Mihirgarh (an exclusive boutique property in the desert) and the brand new Leela Udaipur. These itineraries will suit travellers who want the emphasis of their tour of India to be on fine accommodation; all of them can be customised to suit special interests and individual preferences. (Featured above is Samode Palace outside of Jaipur.)