Our 13N/14D Rajasthan-Kerala Jewish Tour lets one witness the rich diversity that India holds a possession of. Rajasthan and Kerala are the states that are culturally wealthy. Where Rajasthan boasts of its magnificent forts and palaces along with lively folk music and dance, Kerala boasts of its natural beauty, pristine beaches, scrumptious seafood and scenic backwaters. The two places make for a memorable India tour for those seeking to experience different flavours of India along with performing Jewish pilgrimage in the country. Our tour begins with Delhi, where the Mughal architecture offers a warm welcome. Through Agra, we shall head for our first destination in Rajasthan, Jaipur. We will seize the opportunity on Delhi-Agra-Jaipur to visit one of the best specimens of Mughal architecture, Fatehpur Sikri. In Jaipur, we shall spend a day exploring the Rajputana architecture before visiting the quite city of Pushkar. Known for being of the few places where Brahma temple is located in India, Pushkar is a lovely place to de-stress and unwind. The city also boasts of pleasing ghats with a panoramic view. The Lake City, Udaipur will be another beautiful destination to visit in Rajasthan. Known mainly for its lakes and the palace situated amidst one of them, Udaipur is often dubbed as a romantic destination in India. Here we shall explore the major attractions and may also enjoy session of boating before we head to our first destination in Kerala, Cochin. Also known as Kochi, Cochin is a beautiful port town that reflects the charm of Kerala. It is here that we shall visit two Jewish places of worship, namely, North Parur Synagogue and Chendamangalam Synagogue. We shall also take the opportunity and visit Periyar where Kerala's famed national park is situated. Our tour will conclude at the scenic backwater destination in Kerala, Alleppey, where we shall enjoy a stay at a houseboat and visit the villages.