Delhi - Nawalgarh
After breakfast at the hotel, we will drive to Nawalgarh. Enjoy a royal welcome on arrival at the Roop Niwas Kothi, which lies just a kilometre away from the town and have a fascinating blend of European and Rajput style of architecture. The Palace has a lovely, spacious lawn, a billiard room and a swimming pool.
After lunch, we will be taking you to the stables where you will be introduced to the team for the safari. It will be followed by a briefing on Horse riding in India. Later, we will introduce you to your horse and let you know how to ride them. You can then ride around the field tracks near the palace to get accustomed to your horses. In case you are not comfortable with your horse, then you can try another horse there and then.
Nawalgarh in the Shekhawati region in Rajasthan's districts of Jhunjhunu & Sikar, known for painting houses or "Havelis" of its wealthy merchant class, the Marwaris. This region could be called the open-air art gallery of Rajasthan. The drive to Shekhawati is through picturesque village and farms. Founded in 1737 AD. by Thakur Nawal Singh, a warrior statesman, whose name is enshrined in history and folklore. The town exudes an old world charm and the colourful bazaar has the largest number of painted Havelis in Shekhawati. An overnight stay at the hotel.