After visiting the beautiful Humayun’s Tomb and the Qutab Minar you will return back to the Claridges. You may wish to enjoy a swim at the pool or you can choose to sit and relax at the front lawns of the hotel with your evening drinks. The hotel offers wide section of restaurants to choose your meal. Our favourite is the stylish Sevilla opened only for dinner serving Mediterranean cuisines.
Upon arrival in Udaipur you would stay the authentic, charming Fateh Prakash Palace, located on the banks of Lake Pichola. Your room would offer undisturbed view of the Lake, the Lake Palace and the beautiful surroundings of the Aravali range. Late afternoon you would advance for a boat ride on the lake, the tour ends with stop at the beautiful Jagdish temple where optionally you may like to sip in your favourite tea before returning back to Fateh Prakash Palace.
Upon arrival at Narlai a charming village you would stay at the 17th century fort which has been converted in a small boutique but stylish hotel. The rooms are of excellent decor in true Rajasthan style with vibrant colours and minute attention has been given to keep the place simple but yet appealing. Enjoy your evening at leisure either by discovering the village by walk or simple laze easy by the pool enjoying your favourite book.
The Raas Jodhpur has maintained the truly authentic colour and feel of the red sandstone city of blue walls. The RAAS haveli gives you a true “organic feel” in its construct and services. Being a 200 year old haveli, the inventory is limited to a lucky few who book in advance. And they get to enjoy the superb food & beverage that the RAAS chef prepares with aromatic spices. You can also enjoy private destination dining at your chosen spot.
In the evening your guide would meet you for a guided tour of the Ganges and its various ghats. The tour finishes with evening aarti ceremony at the Ganges. The whole atmosphere is very holistic with incense sticks burning around the ghats, oil lamps floating on the Ganges and the priests queued on adjacent planks performing Puja and singing hymns in praise of the Ganges.