Best Of Rajasthan Tour 10D 9N
Arrival in Jaipur: Upon arrival at the Jaipur Airport, Railway Station, or Bus Station, guests are transferred to the Hotel where they may check in. Overnight Hotel Stay.
After breakfast, travel to Amber Fort for a morning trip. Climb the palace fortress on the back of a colourfully caparisoned elephant ( options). explore the palace’s rooms and passageways, which are renowned for the quality of their design and decorating. An afternoon trip of Jaipur, also known as “The Pink City of Rajasthan,” includes stops at the city palace and its museum, the Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds, and the unusual Jantar Mantar observatory, erected in the 1700s but yet appearing futuristic or almost surrealistic today. Overnight Hotel Stay.
Drive to Bikaner after breakfast from Jaipur. After arriving at Bikaner, a tour of the city is taken. This desert hamlet in the state’s north was built in 1488 by Rao Bikaji, a descendent of Jodhpur Jodhaji. tour the Junagarh fort, which Raja Jai Singh, a leader in the Mogul Emperor Akbar’s army, built between 1588 and 1599. additionally go to the Lalgarh Palace Museum & Camel Farm (closed on Sunday). Late check-in and overnight stay at the Hotelin Bikaner.
Drive to Jaisalmer after breakfast from Bikaner via Deshnokh. On the way, stop by Pokaran and the Deshnokh Karni Mata Temple. Check into Hotel upon arrival in Jaisalmer. Drive to “Sam” in the late afternoon for an unforgettable sunset sand dunes experience; a camel ride can be arranged for an additional fee (optional). late return to the hotel. Stay the Night in Jaisalmer’s Hotel.
Jaisalmer: After breakfast, travel to the city for a sightseeing tour. In the centre of the vast Indian desert. Visit the Triangular Mount fort, which was one of Rajasthan’s second-oldest forts when it was constructed in 1156 AD by Maharawal Jaisel. 76 metres above the ground, a Jain Temple from the 12th century B.C., the Gadhisar Tank, a folk museum, Patva-Ki-Haveli, Salim Singh Haveli, and Diwan Nathmal Ki Haveli, as well as the Badal Niwas Palace—all of which are reached by returning along winding cobblestone alleys to the hotel. Stay the Night in Jaisalmer’s Hotel.
After breakfast, drive to Jodhpur while stopping at Osian, which includes 16 Jain and Vaishnava temples that date from the eighth to the eleventh century and showcase the magnificence of Indian temple architecture. All sixteen temples are located within the village’s perimeter. Drive on and settle in at Hotel in Jodhpur for the night.
After breakfast, drive to Jodhpur, the entrance to the desert beyond and the residence of the Rathores of Marwar. Visit the Mehrangarh fort, which is perched atop a hill and was constructed on a hermit’s recommendation. It stares over the city’s blue dwellings and like a lengthy sentinel. There are several palaces inside the fort that were added by different kings, as well as a cannon rampart. Visit the Jaswanthada, a lavishly carved white marble cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Sight-II, which houses the ancestry and life-size images of the Jodhpur kings. Visit Mandore Gardens in the early afternoon to see the ancient Marwar capital’s ruins, which are now encircled by lovely gardens. Mandore Gardens is located on a plateau. Return to the old city go through Sojati gate, which leads to Sadar Bazaar with its magnificent clock tower, and see the pillared “Hall of Heroes” and the “Shrine of the 300 million Gods.” Excursion to a Bishnoi village in the late afternoon to observe black bucks roaming freely in herds and to see thatched cottages and homes. Both men and women can be seen working in their fields with their cattle while donning colourful turbans or other headgear. A Night at the Hotel in Jodhpur.
After breakfast, travel from Jodhpur to Udaipur while stopping at Ranakpur. tour the well-known Jain temples from the 15th century. Its 1444 pillars, none of which are comparable, support its 29 halls. The temple is covered in beautiful carvings and friezes. includes a visit to other sun-god Jain temples, some of which have sensual sculptures. Continue driving to “Lake City” and check into the Hotel in Udaipur when you arrive.
After breakfast, a full day of sightseeing in Udaipur was enjoyed. There is no denying that this is the most romantic city in Rajasthan, earning it the nickname “The Venice of East.” The city, which is bordered by lakes and the Aravali Mountain Ranges, was founded by Maharaja Udai Singh. The combination of Udaipur’s atmosphere, climate, and history makes it a tourist haven. tour to the renowned Eklingji and Nagda temple in the morning. Visit the City Palace Museum, Jagdish Temple, and Saheliyon Ki Bari during the afternoon’s half-day city trip. A Night at the Hotel in Udaipur.
Udaipur/Departure: Transfer to the airport, railway station, or bus station following breakfast. The tour comes to an end.