Horse Safari - Fortress to Fortress



: 07 Nights / 08  Days
: Luni, Rohetgarh, Sardarsmand, Auwa, Jojawar, Ghanerao, Kumbahlgarh
: Delhi
: Delhi

The rajputs were born to be horse riders (Ashwarohi). The tradition was strongly enforced in ancient times when the cavalry formed the most important flanks of the army. Special indigenous breed called "Marwaari" which are hardy, agile, sensitive, sturdy and intelligent were bred.

We use all marwaari horses bred and trained at our own thikana stables. We also boast of having a name of "the home of Marwaari Breed". Due to the finest pedigree horses of our past records whose bloodline can still be traced.

On an average we cover 35 kms to 45 kms in a day, starting in the morning after breakfast with rest and lunch on the way. We take great care to choose beautiful location and secluded places with panoramic views of dams, lakes, riverbeds and fields for our mid-day halts. As we reach the chosen place, our backup will be at service with grooms and attendants to take care of our guests. Our trained chef creates an element of culinary surprise and serves delcious, fresh cooked traditional Rajasthani cuisine, yet care is being taken to adjust the taste as per the guests's preferences.

Note - These are the regular itineraries, one can change as per their preferences




Day 01 - Jhalamand to Luni. Riding dist 33km.

Jhalamand is a beautiful heritage property situated 8km, on the outskirts of Jodhpur. Mounting on the horses at about 9 am, moving towards south we ride through small villages consisting of mud houses and green fields belonging to Bishnoi (an oldest conservationist's tribe, which practice the religion on 29 norms). One can also interact with the many colorful people of the region. Coming across a variety of wildlife such as antelopes is common on this route. We can capture daily routine life of the villagers in the cameras if you wish, at about 12 noon we reach lunching place where we are attended by our staff party, a delicious and fresh cooked hot buffet lunch is served which is a mix of Chinese, continental and Rajasthani cosine accompanied with chilled beers and cold drinks.

After lunch and rest, at about 2.30 we move onwards crossing some water lakes and sandy tracks you reach a big temple which belongs to a special sect of Hindus who believe in the worship of living being this temple is also a shelter place for blind and laparoscopic. Riding few km, as the evening sets in; we reach your destination fort Chanwa Luni. This is a beautiful foil carved out of Red sand stone. Enjoying the sunset you can refresh yourself with hot tea or coffee. Evening is spent sitting around a bonfire enjoying drinks and discussing all quarries and questions of happenings witnessed during the ride as u are entertained with enchanting folk music and dance. O/N Luni Fort Chanwa.

Day 02 - Luni to Rohitgarh. Riding dist 22km.

starting late in the morning after breakfast at around I0am, we leave Luni fort behind crossing a railway bridge in a dry river bed we move parallel to the railway track. After about two and a half hours ride we reach our lunching place. It is a beautiful secluded railway halt without a soul in the middle of the semi-arid desert with antelopes grazing. After lunch u cross country in the desert after riding for another two and a half hours, we reach our next destination Rohet. O/N Rohetgarh.

Day 03 - Rohetgarh to Sardarsamand. Riding dist- 35 KM.

starting in the morning at around 9.00 AM cross Rohet and small Villages of Gujjar tribe whose livelihood depends on Cattle. Moving towards South-East crossing the Deserted lands we come across a number of different sectors and cluster of houses belonging to different communities. Around 1.30 PM we stop for lunch at a shady place near a water hole. After lunch we again move towards our destination Sardarsamand which we would be able to see from long distance. It is a palace built in 1920 in modern art deco style with red sand stone over looking a dam. We reach there by 4.30 PM. O/N Sardarsamand palace.

Day 04 - Sardarsamnd to Jungle Camp. Riding dist- 30 Km.

Enjoy the pleasant morning at Sardarsamnd Palace and after breakfast take charge of your mount again. After a ride of few Kms crossing some beautiful rural settlement we stop for lunch at around 12.30 PM at a water hole or a settlement. After taking a rest we again start crossing the barren lands with over growth of acacia tree. We reach our camp site at around 4.00 PM and settle ourselves in our tents. Here we sit around a bonfire, relaxing with drinks followed by dinner, under the starlit sky. Night is spent in fully furnished cottage tents with attached bathroom. O/N Jungle camp.

Day 05 - Jungle Camp to Fort Auwa. Riding dist- 34 KM.

starting at leisure leaving behind our camp site we move towards the South and the farmlands of Godwar region. We move parallel to the Aravalli range crossing some interior villages and lakes, we come across a variety of colorful people who belong to the seervi and other communities depending on their live stock and small farmlands. By noon we reach our lunch place near a waterhole.

After resting we again start for our destination and reach historical fort of Auwa by sun set. The nobles of Auwa were the head nobles and the Prime Ministers of the erstwhile Kingdom of Jodhpur for generations. Also the first noble to rebel against the British during the Indian mutiny of 1857. The evening is spent around the bonfire with the Auwa noble family enjoying our cocktails and listening to old tales of velour. O/N at Auwa Fort.

Day 06 - Fort Auwa to Rawala Jojawar. Riding dist- 28 KM.

leaving behind the rugged fort of Auwa we move through rich fertile fields, we come across a variety of crops the water is abundant in this area and one can witness this through surroundings. We halt at around 12.30 noon at a beautiful farm which grows fresh vegetables and flowers. After lunch we move forward and cross a few old villages which show the prosperity of the native people we reach Jojawar at around 5.30 pm situated on the edge of Aravalli hills. O/N Jojawar rawala.

Day 07 - Rawal Jojawar to Ghanerao. Riding dist.44km.

Starting at 8.30 in the morning after breakfast we move parallel to the Aravalli range one can notice the change in the land as we are heading towards the ranges. By 12 we reach a deserted sarai (rest room) used earlier for the messengers in the middle of nowhere protected by a wall and many trees which is our lunch spot.

After lunch we again move forward crossing through dry river beds and sandy terrain we reach a very small shepherd village where we stop for a few minutes to catch some amazing moments in your camera. Crossing through dam and thorny forest tracks we reach Ghanerao an amazing castle of 17 centaury. O/N Ghanerao Castle.

Day 08 - Ghanerao to Kumbhalgarh. Riding dist 22km.

Mount on the horses at around 9.30 and move into the forest this is a declared wildlife sanctuary housing sloth bears, leopards, antelopes, deer's and a variety of Birds we stop at the forest lodge with the paranomic view of the dam beneath, crocodile basking in the sun and hundreds of migratory birds in the lake after lunch we move for Kumbhalgarh crossing the thick forest we have to get down from the horse at some steep climbs (walking and leading horses for about 1km) we reach Aodhi in Kumbhalgarh once a hunting lodge of the Maharana of mewar. O/N Aodhi.




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Fort Chanwa



Fort Rohetgarh



Fort Sardar Samand


Jungle Camp

Fairy Tale India Jungle camps



Auwa Fort



Rawala Jojawar



Castle Ghanerao



The Aodhi



Prices include the following: -

  • 08 nights’ accommodation on twin sharing basis on Full board.
  • Assistance on arrival / departure of Fairy Tale India Representative
  • All transfers from airport to hotel and
  • English speaking leader


Does Not include: -

  • International flight
  • Fees for video cameras during the sightseeing
  • Personal expenses / Gratuities
  • Everything that was not mentioned as "included services"


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