The Jodhpur RIFF: Folk Music in the Blue City with Travel Must

Posted by Heiko Pfeiffer • Wednesday, October 9. 2013 • Category: People and Places
From the majestic Mehrangarh Fort to famous blue houses in the old city, Jodhpur never fails to impress its visitors. The Rajasthan International Folk Festival (RIFF), organised yearly in October, adds to this city’s charm. Come and join us on a weekend trip which will leave you with many new visual and auditive impressions.

We will meet at Delhi Cantt Station on Friday 18th October and board the train at 9.46 pm and reach Jodhpur the next morning at 7.45 am.


Our guesthouse is located in a quiet lane close to the Mehrangarh Fort and has a terrasse restaurant which offers spectacular views of the fort, especially at night.

Besides attending the Northern Lights concert at the Mehrangarh Fort on Saturday evening, showcasing an eclectic mix of Indian and Western folk music, you will have enough time to explore Jodhpur’s fort, its small lanes and bazaars. Music enthusiasts have the possibility to attend a sunrise concert on Sunday morning as well.

The RIFF festival provides the ideal musical backdrop for you to explore vibrant Jodhpur.

Are you interested? All you have to do now is to come along and jump on board.
To confirm your participation please call +91-11-2649 1817 or send us an email to info@travel-must.com to secure your seat!

Information:

- Depart: Friday 18th October at 9.46 pm from Delhi Cantt Station in 3AC
- Return: Mon 21st October at 6.45 am at Old Delhi Station
- Cost: 8,500.- INR

Included:

- One overnight stay in a shared double room with AC, breakfast included
- Overnight train ride from Delhi to Jodhpur and return in 3AC
- Ticket for evening concert at the Mehrangarh Fort
- Local transport in Jodhpur according to programme points
- Accompanying expert cultural facilitator from Travel Must
- All applicable service taxes

Not included:

- Drinks & other meals
- Entrance fees and camera fees

We would like to mention that our accompanying cultural facilitator is NOT a tour guide in the classical sense, i.e. he is not giving extensive lectures on sights and doing a full-time programme. Rather the function of our cultural facilitators is to facilitate your trip, to give expert suggestions like which activities and places are interesting, and to answer occurring queries, provide help and advice.

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