Embark on an exciting journey to Rajasthan, one of India's favorite getaway. Enter a different world of history and royalty as you visit some of the glorious palaces, the vast desert, forts, temples and lakes in the colorful state. You will visit and discover 5 of the most popular cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Mount Abu and Udaipur. Indulge in the true spirit of Rajasthan with our packages that suit you perfectly. This 8-day package also includes comfortable accommodation and intercity road travel.
After your arrival at the Jaipur airport/railway station, head to the hotel and check in. After freshening up, set out to sightsee Jaipur. Visit the Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jal Mahal and the Birla Mandir. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Have a delicious breakfast at the hotel and head to Jodhpur. Visit the Mehrangarh Fort, Balsamand Lake, Sachchiya Mata Temple, Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum and the local market in Jodhpur. Retire for the night at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, you will set out for Jodhpur sightseeing. In the evening, proceed to Jaisalmer and visit the Jaisalmer Fort and the local market. Have a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, set out for Jaisalmer sightseeing. In the early evening, proceed to the Jaisalmer desert for camel safari and a folk-dance performance. Dinner and overnight stay at the camp.
After breakfast at the camp, head to Mount Abu and once you reach, visit the Nakki Lake, Dilwara Temple, Achalgarh Fort and the Sunset Point in Mount Abu. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel, set for sightseeing Mount Abu. Then you will depart from Mount Abu to Udaipur. Visit the City Palace, Pichola Lake and the local market in Udaipur. Have a pleasant overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, set out for a full day sightseeing of Udaipur. You will visit the Moti Magri, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal, Fateh Sagar Lake and the Jagdish Temple. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, proceed to the Udaipur airport/railway station or head to Jaipur and transfer to the Jaipur airport/railway station for your departure.
Mount Abu is the only hill station in the desert state of Rajasthan and is hence known as the ‘Oasis of Rajasthan.' The cool weather, breathtaking scenery and many places of interest make it a prominent tourist destination and a popular honeymoon spot. Providing a refreshing break from the heat of the neighboring cities, Mount Abu is blessed with rivers, waterfalls and lush green forests. The mountain is of immense religious importance for Hindus and Jains as it houses over 80 temples and shrines such as the Adhar Devi Temple (which was carved out of solid rock), the Shri Raghunathji Temple, the Jain temples at Dilwara and more. The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is just 3 km away from the Dilwara Temples and is home to leopards, foxes, deer, and bears. Some of the prominent sights to visit are Toad Rock, Nakki Lake, Sunset Point, Peace Park and Trevors Tank. Adventure activities like hiking, rock climbing, camping, rappelling and more are getting increasingly popular. Mount Abu welcomes over three million visitors who come from all over the globe to marvel at the temples, enjoy its scenic beauty and to simply relax.
The vibrant city of Jaipur is brimming with colors, enchanting forts, and mesmerizing markets. Popularly known as the ‘Pink City,' the allure of Jaipur is so strong, that it attracts innumerable tourists from India and abroad. Complemented by Delhi and Agra, the city is part of the Golden Triangle tourist circuit. It is the capital of the historically rich state of Rajasthan, in India. The architectural marvels of the city reveal its glorious past. From the captivating Hawa Mahal to the bewitching City Palace, each place of the city depicts its own story.</br>The markets of Jaipur are full of beautiful handicrafts and jewelry which are unique to the city. With modernization and urbanization, Jaipur is growing at a fast rate. You can find swanky malls, high-end restaurants, and prestigious educational institutions in the city. Its economy is growing each day, with the addition of different types of industries ranging from manufacturing to information technology. The lively culture of the city is reflected by its people who prefer to wear colorful attire, consume traditional Rajasthani cuisine and treat everyone, including the tourists, with graciousness.
Udaipur is a gorgeous city of shimmering lakes, resting beside the ridges of the Aravalli Hills of Rajasthan. The majestic mountains, picturesque lakes, incredible monuments and breathtaking gardens make this city a renowned holiday destination for tourists from across the globe. Also regarded as one of the most romantic cities in the world, Udaipur has been called the ‘Venice of the East.' Its beauty has also made it the chosen location for the setting of numerous movies, including Darjeeling Limited and the James Bond flick – Octopussy. Like the rest of Rajasthan, Udaipur is sprinkled with dazzling colors, and you can see these colors in the people’s clothing, the lively markets and the numerous fairs and festivals. The town is known for its jewelry, fabrics, handicrafts, wooden toys, miniature paintings, and antique objects. The main tourist attractions of the city include the City Palace, Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola and more. Because of a large number of tourists and visitors, Udaipur has some of the county’s (and world's) most prominent hotels and resorts. Though there are a variety of eateries catering to the international tourists, the local Rajasthani cuisine with classics like Lal Maas, Mirchi Bada, Gatte Ki Subzi and the Pyaaz Ki Kachoris are definitely worth a try.
Dotted enchanting palaces, and temples, Jaisalmer is aptly named as ‘The Golden City.' The golden yellow sandstone used to build this fort led to this name. Located in the majestic state of Rajasthan, it is surrounded by the vast splendor of the mystical Thar Desert. This magical city is sure to invoke your inner curiosity. The breath-taking and massive Jaisalmer Fort makes you believe that you are in the midst of your favorite childhood fairy tale. Built in the 12th century, it is one of the largest fortifications and conveys its glorious history, having withstood numerous wars. Amidst all the glory, Jaisalmer exudes a peaceful and tranquil vibe, attracting tourists from around the world who are looking for a retreat that is serene, yet adventurous. Exploring the desert via a camel safari is a unique experience altogether. The powerful winds create beautiful patterns and textures on the sand dunes. Jaisalmer is blessed with a vibrant culture. The markets of Jaisalmer are brimming with shops selling exquisite handicrafts, which are unique to the city. If you wish to try traditional Rajasthani cuisine, visit any of the several restaurants located in the city. You can also get a peek inside the local culture by interacting with the locals and getting to know their lifestyle.
Jodhpur is a breathtakingly beautiful city, with stunning blue houses everywhere. The ‘Blue City,' also known as ‘Sun City,' is located in the majestic state of Rajasthan. The magnificent Mehrangarh Fort that towers over the city is an incredible architectural masterpiece. Surrounding this fort is the old city, a blissful tangle of meandering lanes and glittering bazaars. This chaotic, yet appealing tourist area of the city is sure to capture the imagination of a curious traveler. Against the backdrop is the massive Thar Desert which has a lure of its own. Over the decades, Jodhpur has expanded way beyond the old city. Its location near the center of Rajasthan makes it convenient for tourists. The forts and palaces of Jodhpur are the main tourist attractions. Umaid Bhawan which has been converted into a hotel and museum is a spectacular palace made of pink sandstone and marble. Jaswant Thada which was built in the honor of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II is made up of intricately carved sheets of marble. Ghanta Ghar is an old clock tower that will take you back in time. An amazing way to conclude your visit would be to go on a shopping spree at the fascinating markets of Jodhpur, showcasing brilliantly handcrafted artifacts, jewelry, carpets, embroidered shoes, marble sculptures and much more.