Udaipur Jodhpur Jaisalmer Bikaner Jaipur Tour Package
Rajasthan is home to many beautiful landscapes and palaces. It's an ideal vacation destination for relaxation and educating oneself about the history of Royal customs, battles, and architecture. Every part of Rajasthan offers its tourists a unique tale in form of their Palace architecture and customs is incredible to know about their culture and tradition.
Tourists are picked up from their respective choice of transport whether it is a railway station, airport, or bus. And then dropped at the hotel for refreshments. Later on, they are to travel to their first tour place which is Udaipur which is 397 km away from Jaipur. On the way, the tourists can see the scenery around them. Tourists are dropped off at Udaipur hotel for overnight stay.
Day 2 – Sightseeing In Udaipur
The morning starts with breakfast, and after a meal of the day, the trip starts with the famous palace carved by several balconies and pillars known as City Palace. Other attractions like Durbar Hall, Zenana Mahal, Fateh Prakash, and so on. In the evening, the visitors are taken for a cruise ride around Lake Pichola for enjoying the photogenic view of the sunset. One can also have a trip to the Jagdish Temple and museums.
The evenings end with enjoying the Rajasthan cuisine and shopping around.
Day 3 – Jodhpur Transfer & Sightseeing
After being in Udaipur for 2 Nights, the next stop which is 245 km away from Udaipur is the fierce Rathore Clan in Jodhpur which was founded by Prince Jodha in the year 1459. The other most visited attractions are the Mehrangarh fort, Moti Mahal, and Phool Mahal. Built around 1899, in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, is an impressive marble monument and Umaid Public garden.
The night is to be spent and has authentic Rajasthan cuisine dinner at the restaurant of Jodhpur.
Day 4 – Tour to Jaisalmer
The next day's stop is, Jaisalmer known as ' The Golden City’, which is 281 km away from Jodhpur. Jaisalmer is present in the heart of the Thar Desert. The tour starts with the fun activities present in the desert such as enjoying the sand dues, experiencing the rides, and going to Desert National Park to see a variety of species of animals such as black buck, chinkara, desert fox, and many more.
The evening ends with enjoying the light and sound show at Gadisar Lake and getting to, see the folk dance show available in the desert. One can also enjoy the ride on the camel.
Day 5 – Jaisalmer Sightseeing
Jaisalmer is a state of princely presence in the western Indian state of Rajasthan. Therefore the day starts with getting to see the magnificent palace built in the 12th to 15th century the Gandhi Sagar Tank, Salim Singh Ki Haveli, Patwon ki Haveli, Nathmal Ji ki Haveli, and last the Barabagh Hill. The day ended by overstaying at the Jaisalmer hotel and enjoying dinner at the restaurant.
Day 6 - Bikaner Sightseeing
The next day's trip starts in Bikaner which is 329km away from Jaisalmer. The city is famously known for being the Camel country. Bikaner fort has many renowned stories of past battles. The tour consists of sightseeing the forts larger than the life and enjoying the camel festivals. The day ends with enjoying the camel safaris. The night is spent at the Bikaner hotel.
Day 7 – Travel to Jaipur
After the meal of the day, the next place for sightseeing is Jaipur 335 km away from Bikaner. On reaching Jaipur, the guests are given rest time from traveling for too long. After the much-needed nap and refreshment, the tour starts with experiencing the evening street life of Jaipur such as the light and sound show at the Jantar Mantar, or one can choose to just stick to touring the places for shopping around the hotel. The overstaying is at one of the Jaipur hotels.
Day 8 – Jaipur Sightseeing
The morning starts with visiting Amber Fort, one can take an elephant ride to the fort. The other most visited tourist attractions are Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Hall of Victory ( Albert Hall of Museum)/and so on. Other than these, sightseeing forts, Jaipur offers other activities such as the puppet show, camel ride, and shopping for handbook clothes on the famous streets of Jaipur. The night ends with enjoying the traditional cuisines of Rajasthan and overstaying at the Jaipur hotel.
Day 9 – Departure
The next day the visitors are dropped off at their respective choice of transport such as Jaipur Airport or Railway Station.