Rajasthan is a thriving destination with impressive forts, majestic places and National Park all over India. This State is all about adventure, luxury, affluent lifestyle and prosperity of State. Treasure the culture and tradition of the State with a spectacular Rajasthan Tour. Enjoy many other activities like Rajasthan Dance Performances, food and Camel Safari. Also, you can visit Rajasthan to witness the rich architecture from Hill Fort and breathtaking views of the iconic City. From the Jaisalmer to the blue City of jodhpur and the lovely. Temple of Bikaner, ensure all Itinerary is included during your Rajasthan Tour. The Rajasthan Holiday Packages covers everything and helps you make the most of the Holiday.
Rajasthan Tour Itinerary
Day 1:- Jodhpur (Arrival)
On reaching Jodhpur, you can check a Hotel. After relaxing at the Hotel, you will be taken to Mehrangarh Fort. It is a magnificent structure situated on the top of a hill. Here, you can see the entire view surrounded by blue houses. However, the fort is made entirely of red sandstone; it has expansive courtyards, Patiala period rooms and lattice windows. The defence is witness to various wars. Also, many rooms in the fort preserve valuable items like clothes, weapons and artefacts of the royal.
During your visit to Rajasthan, you will get a short walk from Mehrangarh Fort to Jaswant Thada, another prominent place in Jodhpur. This tomb is decorated with white marble and built in memory of Maharaja Yashwant Singh II. Also, you can visit Sardar Market, located near Ghantaghar in the City. It is famous for its textile, which comes in various prints, leather shoes, and many other Artifacts. Through shopping in the local markets, you will get a brief history of the City’s true essence.
Day 2:- Jodhpur to Jaisalmer Drive
You can check out the Hotel for your next destination Jaisalmer in Rajasthan travel plan. The City was established by Maharana Jaisal Singh in 1156 AD. Also, the City is a part of the Great Indian Thar Desert, which has many Havelis built by the royal merchant of the City.
Day 3:- Jaisalmer (Sightseeing)
On your third day of the tour, you will be getting sightseeing around Jaisalmer. The City is famous for its vast fort, also known as Sonar Quila. Jaisalmer Fort bustle with several forts and Havelis. It is said that it is the only remaining fort in the country. Also, you can visit many attractions like Raj Mahal (royal palace), Laxminath Temple and many other Jain Temple. It also houses the museum, which contains a collection of royals. Other tourist attractions in Jaisalmer are Patwon-ki-Haveli and the Gandhi Sar Lake, built in the 14th Century by Maharwal Gadsi to conserve rainwater.
Afterwards, you will be taken to the west of town at Sam Sand Dunes for a Camel Ride at Sunset Point for an unforgettable experience. You will be taken back from the Hotel overnight.
Day 4:- Jaisalmer to Bikaner (Drive)
The Next Day you can check out from Hotel and continue your Rajasthan tour towards Bikaner. Situated in a Sparkling Desert, this stunning City is located in the northern region of the State, founded in 1488 AD by Rathore prince Rao Bikaji. However Bikaner is famous for Camel Safaris, but it also boosts a breeding farm and the world’s largest camel research centre.
On Reaching Junagarh Fort, you will be brought to the Junagarh Fort, constructed in 1593 AD by Raja Rai Singh, the sixth king of the town. Some of the best attraction inside the fort are Ganga Niwas, Anoop Mahal and Rang Mahal. Here, You can discover rich treasures in the museum. Also, you will be taken to visit the Laxmi Niwas Palace, which gives a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic style of Architecture.
Following that, you shall be brought to the National Camel Research Center, which is spread over an area of more than 2000 acres. Here, you can spend your time and learn about camels and also take a tour of a Camel Museum, which helps you to learn about the developmental aspect of Research work.
Day 5:- Bikaner to Jaipur (Drive and Sightseeing)
After checking out of the Hotel in Bikaner, you will be taken to Jaipur. Upon arrival, you can check in at the Hotel and relax for a while. In the afternoon you can visit the famous City Palace. It is built with impressive granite and marble that complement the Mughal and Rajput architecture. Also, you will be taken to see the ground floor of the Chandra Palace, which still houses the former royal family.
Afterwards, you can visit the UNESCO world heritage site, Jantar Mantar, an observatory. You can see a good collection of instruments that were once used for astronomical studies. It is one of the most remarkable observatories in Jaipur, built by Maharaja Jai Singh II.
Day 6:- Jaipur (Sightseeing) Departure
On the Last Day of your Rajasthan tour, you will be taken to the Amber Fort. In the middle of the fort, you will also be taken to the Hawa Mahal, the City’s major tourist attraction. The small honeycomb windows in the monuments were made using pink sandstone, which the royal ladies used to watch the processions passing through the streets.
Upon reaching the Amber Fort, you can ride on an Elephant to the top of the fort’s gate. You can see this History and grand courtyards with their palatial period rooms.
Afterwards, you will be taken to the Hotel to check out and return home after completing the Journey.
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