Famous for the vibrant culture, captivating folk dance and music and breathtaking views of Aravallis and the golden landscape of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan is indeed a great tourist destination.
With lavish hospitality and rich culture, it offers a perfect glimpse of incredible India. This is the reason that countless travellers from the nation and abroad visit the royal state every year.
The grandeur of magnificent palaces and massive forts make fairytales real when you visit these heart-stealing places.
If you are a food-lover, this state offers a royal taste of culture you won’t like to miss!
Have a look at the detailed tour itinerary designed by our travel experts. If you wish to have some other plans, you can customize the itinerary. Talk to our experts regarding your requirements and they will plan a perfect holiday getaway for you.
Day 1: Arrival at Jaipur and city tour
Our executives will receive you at the Jaipur Airport/Railway Station. After check-in to the hotel and get ready for the city tour.
Visit the majestic City Palace, Amber, and Jaigarh Fort. The beauty of Jal Mahal and Maota Lake and the lush of Kanak Garden and Ramniwas Garden will refresh you.
If you are a history buff or fan of artifacts, keep Albert Hall Museum on your must-visit list. The building is also famous for Indo-Saracenic architecture.
Wrap up the city tour by visiting the bustling local market with colorful fabrics, bangles, handicrafts, and precious stones.
Back to the hotel and overnight stay.
Day 2: Journey to Jodhpur, en-route visit to Ajmer/Pushkar
The next day, start for Jodhpur after breakfast. On your way, you will visit Ajmer Dargah Sharif, Adhai Din ka Jhonpra, and Ana Sagar Lake in Ajmer. Later in the day, pay a short visit to Pushkar and offer prayers in the famous Brahma Temple. Relax at the lakeside of Pushkar Lake before resuming the drive to Jodhpur. Overnight stay in Jodhpur.
Day 3: Jodhpur sightseeing and overnight in Jaisalmer Desert Camp
On the third day, begin the expedition to the Blue City, Jodhpur. The main attractions are Mehrangarh Fort, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, Umaid Bhawan, Jaswant Thada, and Toorji ka Jhala. While Umaid Bhawan Palace is the last built palace of India, Toorji ka Jhalra, a famous step well, is the epitome of the royal architecture of Rajasthan.
Raas Haveli will be the perfect place to satisfy your hunger before you proceed to Jaisalmer. If you missed Chokhi Dhani in Jaipur, don't worry, we have Nirali Dhani in Jodhpur to fulfill your traditional food cravings.
Drive to Jaisalmer, check-in to the desert camp.
In the desert camp, the starry night view will be a lifelong memory to cherish. The joyful folk dances and music complete the wonderful experience of a desert night.
Overnight stay in the desert camp.
Day 4: Jaisalmer City Tour
The main attraction in Sun City is the Jaisalmer Fort that looks like a sandcastle. The ancient buildings in the city dating from the 12th to 15th century are a must-visit.
After a complete city tour, rest and overnight stay in Jaisalmer city.
Day 5: Bikaner Sightseeing
On day 5, leave for Bikaner after breakfast. For breathtaking architecture, splendid heritage, and artwork, Bikaner is infamous as a travellers' paradise. From the magnificent Junagarh Fort, grand Gajner, and Laxmi Niwas Palace to the artificial Sursagar Lake, the city offers many experience seekers.
Other attractions include Gaj Mandir, Anoop Mahal, Prachina Museum, and Sheesh Mahal. It offers a great variety of Rajasthani snacks and sweets to share with your friends and family when you return.
After a memorable trip, drive back to Jaipur Railway Station/Airport.
The tour includes :
* An air-conditioned
* A courteous driver
* Fuel charges
* Parking Charges
The tour includes :
* Entry fees
* Meal expenses