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Ride No. 6 – Shekhawati Mukam

(03 February 2010 - 18 February 2010)

Duration -   15 Nights / 16 Days
Departure Date: February 03, 2010

This ride gives you an excellent opportunity and experience of riding horses through sand dunes of rural North-East Rajasthan and visiting the well-known Mukam fair including sightseeing of Jaipur and Bikaner. This ride passes through small villages and different terrains.

Day 01 / February 3, 2010:
Arrive Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi – Transfer to 3 / 4 star hotel – Day at leisure.

PM welcome dinner and tour briefing.

P.S - In case of late or early arrival additional accommodations / transfer can be arranged at extra cost.

Day 02 / February 4, 2010:
Full-day sightseeing in Old & New Delhi – First half includes visit to Red Fort, the majestic fort on which work started in 1639. The fort that took nine years to build has all the trappings of the center of Mughal government: halls of public and private audience, domed and arched marble palaces, plush private apartments, a mosque and elaborately designed gardens.
You next head to Jama Masjid that was designed by Emperor Shah Jehan and built by a workforce of 5000 between 1644 and 1656. Originally called Maszid-i-Jehanuma “mosque commanding a view of the world”.

The second half of the day includes visits to Qutab Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Raj Ghat (Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation), Drive past government buildings, President House, Parliament House.

Overnight at hotel.

Day 03 / February 5, 2010:
Departure transfer to Alsisar by surface – Alsisar lies in the heart of Shekhawati, or “Garden of Shekha”, named after Rao Shekha, a fiercely independent ruler who consolidated the region in 15th century. Shekhawati, often mentioned as an open air museum is known for its frescoes, painted havelis, mansions and picturesque desert landscape. – Arrive Alsisar - Overnight stay in Alsisar Mahal or campsite tented accommodation.

Day 04 / February 6, 2010:
AM casual ride – lunch - walk through the village savoring its frescoes, painted havelis, colourful bazaars.
PM at leisure – overnight at campsite, Alsisar.

Day 5 / February 7, 2010:
AM ride to Mehnsar – arrive at campsite Mehnsar.
PM visit world famous Gold & Silver frescoes Shop, Mehnsar village.
Overnight campsite Mehnsar.

Day 06 / February 8, 2010:
AM ride to Fatehpur – arrive at campsite Fatehpur.
PM visit to Fatehpur that has one of the largest groups of mansions in this region and Goenka and Devra Haveli has superbly painted ceilings, intricately painted chambers.

Overnight campsite, Fatehpur.

Day 07 / February 9, 2010:
AM ride to Bagri – Lunch – continue ride to Bagri – arrive at campsite, Bagri, for overnight stay.

Day 08 / February 10, 2010:
Ride to Khuri – lunch – ride to campsite, Khuri for overnight stay.

Day 09 / February 11, 2010:
Ride to Chhapar, wildlife sanctuary - established in 1971, it is a natural habitat for the endangered blackbuck. Some migratory birds also visit this sanctuary – continue ride to campsite, Chapar, for overnight stay.

Day 10 / February 12, 2010:
Ride to Parewda – continue ride to Parewda after lunch – arrive Parewda for overnight stay.

Day 11 / February 13, 2010:
Ride to Kandaldesar – lunch – continue ride to Kandeldesar – arrive campsite, Kandeldesar, for overnight in tented accommodation.

Day 12 / February 14, 2010:
Ride to Mukam – continue ride after lunch to Mukam – arrive Campsite, Mokam – visit Jambeshwar temple - every year Jambeshwar Fair is held in the village of Mukam, in memory of the founder of Bishnoi sect Guru Jambeshwar ji. His teachings are condensed into 120 sayings which propagate the cardinal virtues of self-control, truth and non-violence. A large fair is held in February / March every year which is attended by thousands of people from across the country.
Return to campsite for overnight stay.

Day 13 / February 15, 2010:
Visit temple and fair grounds – back to campsite – lunch before departure to Bikaner by surface – Arrive Bikaner – transfer to heritage hotel, Bikaner.
PM sightseeing of Junagarh Fort – back to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 14 / February 16, 2010:
Transfer to Jaipur by surface - Arrive Jaipur – check in heritage hotel for overnight stay.

Day 15 / February 17, 2010:
Full-day sightseeing of Amber, City Palace and Jantar Mantar (observatory).
Overnight at Jaipur.

Day 16 / February 18, 2010:
Morning free /visit market. After lunch drive to Delhi and transfer to International Airport for onward flight.

Tour ends.

• Departure Date: February 03, 2010.
• Tour Length : 15 Nights / 16 Days
• Single Supplement: 50% extra of tour price.
• Ride per day : 05 to 06 hours
• Tour start point : New Delhi
• Riding Ability : Intermediate (at least)
• Group Size : 08 Minimum / 16 Maximum

Tour cost includes

1. All Rides
2. Accommodation on twin sharing basis.
3. Breakfast in Hotels.
4. All meals during rides / camping including afternoon tea or coffee.
5. 01 liter of mineral water per day.
6. Surface transfers, Railway transfers by air conditioned mini coach / car
7. City Sightseeing as per the itinerary.
8. Guide Fee.
9. Services of groom.
10. Access to Internet in Camp.

Not included in tour cost
1. Charges for International Flights
2. Camera Fee at monuments
3. Lunch and dinner in Hotels at Delhi & Jaipur.
4. Drinks other than afternoon tea or coffee.
5. Expenses of personal nature i.e. phone calls, laundry, tips, visa fee and room service.

6. Note: The Service provider company "The Thar Marwari Horse Safari "  is not liable or responsible for any insurance claim against any accident during the tour .The traveler should arrange insurance on their own before the tour starts.

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