Travel to Deogarh and stay in the fabulous Deogarh Mahal, a building of yellow ochre with ornate domes and white accents. Many rooms have original furniture and some have exquisite frescoes and murals with mirrors. There is a well designed swimming pool in its own secluded area. The hotel organises interesting jeep safaris into the surrounding countryside.
Day 1 - Deogarh
Travel to Deogarh, a pleasant, little frequented town mid-way Pushkar and Udaipur. The village market is dotted with shops selling silver jewellery, clothes, fabrics, food stuffs and just about everything one needs in a Rajasthani household. The road winds its way up to the top of the hill up to the beautifully renovated Deogarh Mahal Palace. One of Rajasthan's most spectacular palaces, Deogarh Mahal is a fabulous building of yellow ochre with ornate domes and white accents. The rooms are spread across the palace on different levels. Many rooms have original furniture and some have exquisite frescoes and murals with mirrors. Beautiful handpicked fabrics enhance a feeling of quiet elegance. There is a well designed swimming pool in its own secluded area.
Day 2 - Deogarh
The morning is at leisure to enjoy the Deogarh Mahal. One of the not-to-be-missed activities at Deogarh is the `Rural Ramble'. This exciting excursion takes you to surrounding countryside in one of the vintage trucks owned by the family. Drive in these 4 x4 World War II vehicles over undulating dunes, rocky outcrops for a thrilling journey. The buff coloured trucks have high, comfortable seats and offer a good view, especially as you drive through the narrow streets of Deogarh town, past the busy bazaar. The lakes around Deogarh attract a number of birds and it offers some wonderful birdwatching possibilities.
Day 3 - Jaipur
Today your tour ends after breakfast. Since Deogarh is centrally located in Rajasthan, you can travel in many different directions. Pushkar, Narlai, Udaipur, Bundi are all within easy reach.