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Heritage on Wheels
No. of Days : 03 Nights / 04 Days
Destinations Covered : Jaipur - Bikaner - Haat - Gajner - Tal Chhapar - Ramgarh - Nawalgarh - Mandawa - Jaipur.

palace on wheelsDAY - 01 Jaipur
The train leaves Jaipur at around 19.30 hrs. The journey begins at 1930 hrs in the evening. Tourists who reach early have plenty of time to explore the city on their own. So, before boarding the train and starting off their royal journey on board New Luxury Train (Heritage on Wheels), tourists can go round as per their wish and see the major attractions of the city.
Arrival In Jaipur
Jaipur has an international airport of its own which operates flight to many international destinations. Tourists can land directly at the Jaipur airport. Alternatively, they can also take a flight to Delhi and then catch another flight to Jaipur. They can also drive down or catch a train from Delhi to reach Jaipur. Jaipur is 258 kms from Delhi.
For domestic passengers, Jaipur is connected to all the major places in the country like Delhi, Mumbai, Agra, Ahmedabad, Bundi, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur and Bharatpur by road. Trains from Jaipur run to destinations like Mumbai, Calcutta, Bangalore,Chennai, Varanasi, Lucknow, Agra, Mathura, Udaipur and Jodhpur.
Jaipur Attraction: Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar and Central Museum.

DAY - 02 Bikaner - Haat - Gajner
Arrival in Bikarner
The train arrives in Bikaner at around 06.00 hrs. Breakfast is served on board at 07.00 hrs. Thereafter, tourists are boarded on an AC luxury coach and taken to see the Bikaner Fort.
Morning Sightseeing
Junagarh Fort - Built by Raja Rai Singh in the year 1593, the Junagarh Fort is one fort which has remained invincible amidst all attacks and aggressions. Its uniqueness also lies in the fact that unlike the other fortress of Rajasthan, it is not built on a hill top. Rather it is built on a plain. The main entrance of the fort is through te Suraj Pol or the Sun Gate. Within the fort, there are numerous other structures like the ChandraMahal, Anup Mahal, Ganga Niwas and Rang Mahal or the palace of pleasure. The fort is a standing reminder of the valour and skills of the Rajput rulers.
Back to Heritage on Wheels
Tourists are brought back to the New Luxury Train (Heritage on Wheels) and at around Heritage Wheels11.00 hrs, the train leaves for Haat. The train arrives at Haat and leaves for Gajner at around 12.15 hrs. Gajner is reached around at 13.15 hrs.
Meal at Gajner.
Camel Safari - Camel Safari is one of the prime attractions in the state of Rajasthan. Seated on the back of the ship of thedesert, tourists can experience how people in the ancient times travelled from one place to another. Camel Safari is oneexotic ride that gives a feeling of exhilaration and adventure simultaneously. It can be a bit tiring as well for those who are not used to it.
Tea at the Lal Garh Palace - Lalgarh Palace is one of the major tourist site in Rajasthan. Built by Maharaja Ganga Singhji as a mark of respect to his father, Raja Lal Singhji, the Lal palace is a pretty recent construction (it was built in the year 1902). Thered sand stone building is exquisitely decorated with latticework and filigree. Massive courtyards and marble pillars dominatethe interiors of the palace.

DAY - 03 Tal Chhapar - Ramgarh - Mandawa - NawalgarhKhajuraho
Tal Chhapar Sanctuary
The Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, situated in the Churu district in the north western part of Rajasthan is quiet famous for its population of Black Bucks. Originally, a hunting ground of Maharaja of Bikaner, Tal Chhapar was declared a sanctuary in the year 1962. It covers an area of 719 sq km and houses numeorus other animals apart from the Black Bucks. Prominent among these are Chinkara, Jungle Cat, Rojra and Fox. Numerous migratory birds can also be seen in this area during the month of September. Some of the names of resident as well as migratory birds are Skylark, Crested Lark, Ring Dove, BrownDove, Blue Jay, Imperial Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Short-toed Eagle and SparrowHawk.
Back to the Heritage on Wheels Tourists are taken back to the New Luxury Train (Heritage on Wheels). The train departs for Ramgarh at 09.00 hrs.
Arrival at Ramgarh The train arrives at Ramgarh at 11.00 hrs. From there, tourists are taken for sightseeing trip to Ramgarh.
Ramgarh Havelis - The havelis of Ramgarh are huge, almost like a mansion. These havelis were constructed by the founder of the place, the Poddar family. With their magnificent architecture and beautiful motifs painted on the walls, the havelis are worth visiting.
Mandawa Havelis - Mandawa havelis belong to the Goenka family of the region. The splendour of the havelis are attractive and worth visiting.
Lunch at Mandawa resort/

DAY- 03 Jaipur
Arrival in Jaipur The train arrives at Jaipur Station at 06.30 hrs. Breakfast is served on board. This is the end of the journey. With pleasant memories, tourists unboard the train and proceed towards their home.

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