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Kota Bundi Trip

Experience the Aura of Rajasthan

Bundi is also known as the blue city of Eastern Rajasthan, located in a narrow valley within the Aravalli hills like a small oasis. It is mainly famous for its mansions, forts, paintings, step wells, and palaces. 

Bundi was the capital of a major princely state during the heyday of the Rajputs. The region around Bundi was earlier occupied by the Mina and Bhil tribes and the area was named after a popular Mina Man named Bunda Meena. Initially, Bundi was known as "Bunda-Ka-Nal," nal meaning narrow passage between the rugged hills. 



#Friday, Journey to Kota

We will board “MMCT JP SF EXP (12955)” from Mumbai and will reach KOTA by 8.45am

Train timing: Mumbai - 18:50; Surat - 22:50; Vadodara - 00:34am

People from Delhi region can board 22634 NZM TVC Express at 23:40 or any bus which reaches before 8AM


#Saturday, Kota Sightseeing

You will be amazed by the panoramic beauty of Chamba River at  Garadia Mahadev, also known as Kota's Grand Canyon. The Shiva temple is located on the edge of a mountain offering a closer view of the Chamba River and the surrounding landscapes.

On the way we will come across the hanging bridge of Kota above Chamba River. 


Seven Wonder Park is located beside a big lake and has a replicaof Taj Mahal, Great Pyramid, Eiffel Tower, Learning Tower, Christ the Redeemer of Brazil, Colosseum and the Statue of Liberty


We will do lunch on the way to Bundi in authentic Rajasthani dhaba. In the evening, we can explore the local market, food, culture and some shopping.

We can go to 84 Pillars Cenotaph in night lighting.


#Sunday, Bundi Sightseeing

Bundi Palace is famous for its lavishly drawn frescos and murals on the walls and the best part is the Chitrashala. This is a UNESCO world heritage.

We will visit Hathia Pol, Phool Mahal, Ratan Daulat, Chattar Mahal and Badal Mahal on the way

The trek route to Taragarh fort takes 2-3 hours via forest which offers a great top view of the Bundi city. 

The famous Baori of Bundi houses over 50 stepwells and is the largest of its kind in Rajasthan. 

Next visit will be the largest Kund in Bundi i.e. Dabhai Kund. 

Sukh Mahal is a small wind palace that sits on the water bank of Jait Sagar. Rudyard Kipling stayed in Sukh Mahal once and it is undoubtedly the most pristine part of the town.

84 pillar cenotaph or Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri is a royal cenotaph built in the seventeenth century. 


While returning we can take 12910 Garib Rath from Kota (towards Mumbai) at 8:15pm.

People returning to Delhi can take 12493 Darshan Express at 10pm



Reach Mumbai at 8:10am (Vadodara - 3am ; Surat - 4:36am)



Rs.6999 per person (with train tickets, subject to availability)

Rs.5500 per person (without train tickets; suitable for people coming from cities other than Mumbai)

You need to pay 50% non-refundable advance for trip confirmation.



 - Mumbai to Kota travel by sleeper and return in 3AC (Garib rath)

 - AC room at Bundi on triple sharing basis

 - Breakfast & Lunch on Sat/Sun Dinner on Sat

 - Intercity travel by private local vehicle

 - Entry charges at all the Historical places

 - Travel guidance and expertise



 - Dinner on Friday and Sunday

 - Camera charges

 - Any expensive food, shopping, bottled water / cold drinks etc.

 - Any expenses not covered in ‘inclusion’



Ankit Singh: 8898389189 (WhatsApp); 9920966368



Things to be carried:

 - Any valid ID proof for train tickets and hotel check-in formalities

 - Sunscreen, sunglasses, cap etc.

 - Healthy food like Energy bars, dry fruits etc

 - Sport shoes. Extra pair of sleeper or sandal

 - At least two personal reusable water bottles all the time during the trip

 - Carry one small bag to carry necessary things while roaming in daytime. It should ideally fit inside your main luggage

Starting Point:

Kota Station


Rs.6999 only

Upcoming Dates: 27 July
Best Season: July to Feb
Customized Group:
Minimum six participants
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