The exotic delicacy, unrivalled architecture, and crude characteristic magnificence of the Rajasthan farmland makes Jaipur one of the most sought-after tourist destination. However, there is quite a lot more to this city. Jaipur is home to entrancing celebrations, lavishly brightened elephants calmly doing their thing, captivating social experiences, and a maze of brilliant dream castles every step of the way. People from all walks of life, from a blend of hundreds of years, weave through the streets and bazaars in the midst of a parade of rickshaws and motorbikes, three-wheeled trucks and elephants, all humming with an energetic extravagance. So, come along and explore the hues of new and old with us!
Day 1 : Arrival at Jaipur
Enthralling Rajasthan’s capital, Jaipur is an artistic marvel that lures each with its pink architecture. Welcome to the enchanting Pink City, Jaipur offers a plenty of touristic attractions to the explorer. The City Palace in the core of Jaipur is known for its mix of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. Not far away from here is the Central Museum with its huge accumulation of woodwork, gems, ensembles, brassware, and ceramics. Another landmark close to the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, is the biggest of the five observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh. The Hawa Mahal was built so the regal woman can enjoy the imperial parades. At night, take a stroll through the bright roads and bazaars of Jaipur City. The excellence of Jaipur is its architecture and its carefully arranged structures. And finally if you wish to savour some authentic Rajasthani cuisine then stop at Chokhi Dhani Restaurant for dinner. This is an ethnic Indian restaurant that serve vegetarian delicacies.
Day 2 : All day tour of Jaipur
Early morning visit Wind Palace, after that drive to Amber Fort, Take the Elephant Safari at the Royal Amber Fort. Later continue to visit the Jaigarh Fort which shows a lovely blend of Mughal and Rajput marvellous architecture. Evening you can spend time watching a film on the planets Second Best Cinema Rajmandir. In the evening then visit Birla Temple, Albert Hall and Rambagh Palace Hotel. You can likewise appreciate the strolls in the Markets of the Pink City to appreciate the Heritage View of the City and to know the way of life of here. And then head to Water Palace which was a resting place for the rulers in past. Later visit the renowned Galta Sun Temples (Monkey Temple).
Day 3 : Drive to Udaipur [419km 5 ½ hrs drive]
After lackadaisical breakfast, your journey to Udaipur begins. On this course visit Ajmer, and spend time in the renowned Dargah Kwaja Sahib, Chittorgarh fort and then continue your journey to Udaipur. Udaipur is an entrancing mix of sights, experiences and sound. Since centuries this city has been a motivation for artists, painters and authors. Established in 1559 and named after Maharana Udai Singh, Udaipur turned into the capital of the Sisodia dynasty whose prior capital was Chittor.
Day 4 : All day tour of Udaipur
Also known as the city of Lakes, Udaipur is an architectural grandeur with umpteen destinations. The city is well known for its royal residences, lake, historical centres, sanctuaries, and patio nurseries. The City Palace and Museum is considered as the biggest royal residence complex in Rajasthan and its exhibition hall has shocking gathering of articles gathered by various Maharanas of Udaipur since time immemorial. The Udai Sagar, Picholia Lake and Pratap Sagar are the absolute ‘must-visit’ delightful lakes in the state. Also spend time visiting other attractions in the in the city such as the Saheliyon Ki Bari, Jagdish Temple and Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir.
Day 5 : Drive to Pushkar [283km 4 ½ hrs drive] and an all day tour of Pushkar
With a magnetism of its own, Pushkar exhales a sense of sanctity and peace. Morning drive to Pushkar. Pushkar is one of the most popular vacationer destinations of Rajasthan. Surrounded by a pleasant valley, beautiful sceneries and exceptional unique destinations, Pushkar is a renowned tourist destination. It is also one of the most popular destination for the Hindus as it houses the most prominent temple devoted to Lord Brahma on the planet. The stream of visitors to Pushkar is at an all-time high especially during the camel fair. Local people here are exceptionally friendly and they spruce up with their best amid this much-anticipated camel fair. Their bright cover, turbaned heads, and brilliantly coloured skirts, with hints of the ektara and the profound tunes of the Rajasthani melodies make the evenings of the Pushkar delightful. Stroll through the town of Pushkar to enjoy and explore its brilliance. Other than some beautiful destinations, there are in excess of 400 temples here that draw in visitors towards this place each year. A portion of the heavenly places that you should make a point to visit while in Pushkar are the Brahma Temple, the Savitri Temple, Gau Ghat, Nag Hill, Pap Mochini Temple, Markendeya Rishi Ashram, Agastya Muni Ashram and Gaya Kund. Also spend evenings in the beautiful lake, and Pushkar Bazaar.
Day 6 : Jaipur [142km 02:10hrs drive]
The tour ends on day 6. After Breakfast drive to Jaipur with our representatives. They will drop you to the airport or the railway station. With beautiful memories and gifts for your loved ones, you head back home!
Inclusions in tour are as follows:
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