Jaipur Pushkar Jodhpur Udaipur Tour Packages2019-08-27T12:59:51+00:00

Get the Best Holiday Planned by Experts!

+91-9958414244

Jaipur Pushkar Jodhpur Udaipur Tour

(8 Nights / 9 Days)Rs 18,999/-

Jaipur – Udaipur

TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

  • Adore the interiors of the City Palace
  • Visit the magnificent Nahargarh Fort
  • Make your way to the Hawa Mahal
  • Visit Albert Hall Museum to know about the history of Jaipur
  • Attain some spirituality at the Pushkar Lakes
  • Spend some time at the Brahma Temple
  • Experience the beauty of Mehrangarh Fort
  • Visit Jaswant Thada
  • Be bewildered by the beauty of Umaid Bhavan Palace
  • Take a detour and halt at the Ranakpur Jain Temple
  • Relax at Sahelion Ki Bari garden
  • Boat ride across Fateh Sagar Lake
  • Tour the gigantic Kumbhalgarh Fort

INTRODUCTION

Known as the “Pink City”, Jaipur is also the capital of Rajasthan. The city’s architecture is covered in hues of pink and apart from that it is commendable for its totally marvellous structuring. The rich history is depicted so well from there fortifications and structures in the city that it becomes the highlight of the city. Tourists from not locally but internationally come to visit this gem of a city.

Your next destination is Pushkar. The city that is known for its spiritual retreat is a must-visit at least once in your lifetime. The dip in its lake is considered to be very holy and it is said that tourists come from all over the world to the Ghats to attain nirvana.

You will then head to Jodhpur, considered to be the “Blue City”. The city is houses and buildings are all covered in different shades of blue and that’s where the second largest city of Rajasthan gets its name from. The city boasts of some amazing palaces and forts and is one of the most liked cities of the state.

Coming to Udaipur, you will fall in love with this city instantly. The city is a lake hub. Its azure water lakes are the most evident part of the city. Its vibe is very quaint and tranquil and it will offer you a peaceful break from the everyday hustle bustle in your life.

So, get going and start packing to leave for your Jaipur Pushkar Jodhpur Udaipur holiday package.

SHORT ITINERARY

  • Day 01: Arrival at the Jaipur Airport
  • Day 02: Sightseeing in Jaipur
  • Day 03: Jaipur to Pushkar (148.0 km. / 2 hrs. 40 minutes)
  • Day 04: Pushkar to Jodhpur (214.4 km. / 3 hrs. 54 minutes)
  • Day 05: Sightseeing in Jodhpur
  • Day 06: Jodhpur to Udaipur via Ranakpur (249.6 km. / 4 hours)
  • Day 07: Sightseeing in Udaipur
  • Day 08: Sightseeing in Udaipur
  • Day 09: Departure from Udaipur

ITINERARY DETAIL

Day 1Arrival at the Jaipur Airport

On your arrival at Jaipur airport, our associate will greet you and escort you to your hotel. After completing your check-in process you can start with the city tour.

The first destination of the day will be the Hawa Mahal. The palace was built to prevent outsiders from catching a glimpse of the royal women. That’s the reason it has a total number of 953 small windows so that the royal women could look at the street festivals without anyone looking at them. Due to this extensive amount of windows, Hawa Mahal became the favourite summer holiday destination of the Rajput family.

After the tour of the Mahal, you can visit Bapu Bazaar. The bazaar is known for its finest quality ‘Mojri’ shoes and other leather goods like belts, wallets, lamp sheds, bags etc. You can visit the market and see if you’d like to shop something.

Later on, head back to your hotel for an overnight stay and dinner.

Day 2Sightseeing in Jaipur

Your first destination for today, after a healthy breakfast, will be the City Palace.

Like most structures in Jaipur, this palace also reflects the fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture. It is said that the Palace complex is spread over a large area that occupies one-seventh of the old city of Jaipur. The enormous complex houses a variety of gardens, palaces and courtyards inside the compound itself.

Your next destination for the day will be the Nahargarh Fort. The fort offers you a panoramic view of Jaipur city. It was built by Jai Singh II and was originally named ‘Sudarshangarh’ and was later renamed as Nahargarh. The fort was actually built in order to tighten the security of the region. It also served as a safe shelter to the British wives during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.

The last destination of your city tour is the Albert Hall Museum. The story has it that the museum was a suggestion by Dr. Thomas Holbein Hendley to Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh II. In the beginning, when the museum actually opened up, it displayed the products of local artists and craftsmen. With passing centuries the collections in this museum increased and now it is a must-visit place of the city.

After this satisfying day, you can return to your hotel for a good night’s sleep.

Day 3Travel Jaipur to Pushkar (148 km. / 2 hrs. 40 minutes)

Today you will be travelling to Pushkar. Your journey is 148 kms long and it should take you around 2 hours 40 minutes to reach your destination. After reaching the hotel, complete your check-in procedure and then start with your city tour.

The first destination is the Pushkar Lake. Set amidst beautiful hills, the lake is one of the main tourist attractions of the city or in fact, Rajasthan. It is believed that in the adjoining hills of the lake, a great saint meditated for a good part of his life. The lake is a sacred water body for Hindus and is where the Pushkar Fair is held. Thousands of pilgrims visit here to take a holy dip during the fair which is said to cleanse sins.

Your next check-point is the Brahma Temple. There are many fascinating architectural aspects of this temple. One of them is the pillared outdoor hall that will leave you spellbound. The sacred place is visited by devotees throughout the year. Many come here only after taking a holy dip in the Pushkar Lake.

Post a spiritual retreat, head back to your hotel to catch up on some rest.

Day 4Travel Pushkar to Jodhpur (214.4 km. / 3 hrs. 54 minutes)

On day 4 you will be travelling to the Blue City, Jodhpur. The city is 214.4 kms away and the road trip should take you around 3 hours 54 minutes. So, make sure you have an early breakfast and hit the road immediately.

Upon your arrival in the city, get to your hotel, complete your check-in procedure and then start with the city tour.

Your first destination is the gigantic Mehrangarh Fort. To reach the fort, seven gates have to be crossed namely Victory Gate, Fateh Gate, Gopal Gate, Bhairon Gate, Dedh Kamagra Gate, Marti Gate and finally Loha Gate. However, the first defensive gate is the Victory gate, which was built by in the year 1806 to celebrate victory against Jaipur and Bikaner. The highlight of the fort are the intricate carvings on the walls, its impressive history, striking palaces, museums and galleries that allure tourists from all over the world.

Post this exciting trip to the fort, you must get back to your hotel to catch up on some rest.

Day 5Sightseeing in Jodhpur

Begin your day with a delicious breakfast and then move out to complete your city tour.

The first destination for today is Jaswant Thada. The place is a splendid monument built in the honour and memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II by his son Maharaja Sardar Singh in 1899. It is till date used as the cremation ground for the Marwar Royal Family. What you must look out for is the the beautiful edifice made out of intricately carved marble. You can also explore the site and see the mesmerizing architecture completely.

Your next pit-stop will be at the Umaid Bhavan Palace. This 347 – room palace has been divided into three parts. Apart from that, there is an inbuilt museum, which displays a rich collection of photographs, arms, clocks, stuffed animals and many other possessions of the royal family. To add to the beauty of the palace, there is a beautiful garden outside with lush greenery and different varieties of flowers.

After being mesmerized by the palace, you can visit Khejarla Fort. If you’ve ever wanted to be in a fairy-tale castle then your wish has come true. The fort is nothing but an abundance of beauty. The 400-year old edifice has been turned into a hotel that offers luxury amenities.

Post this exciting day, you can return to your hotel for the night stay.

Day 6Travel Jodhpur to Udaipur via Ranakpur (249.6 km. / 4 hours)

On day 6, you will be travelling Udaipur, via Ranakpur. The journey is 294.6 kms away and it should take you around 4 hours to reach Udaipur.

On your way to Udaipur, you will take a halt at Ranakpur to visit one of the most breathtaking sites, the Ranakpur Jain Temples. One of the most significant Jain temple complexes that can be found in the city is the Ranakpur Jain Temple. It holds immense importance for all Jain community members.

The temple consists of 29 halls and is one of the most important of the five major pilgrimage centres of Jainism. The Ranakpur Temple is distinguished all across the globe for its brilliant architecture and was voted amongst the top 77 wonders of the world. A detour is a must visit this beautiful and religious place.

Post this; continue your journey to Udaipur. Once you reach the hotel, complete your check-in process and hit your bed for a good night’s sleep.

Day 7Sightseeing in Udaipur

On day 7, you will kick-start your city tour for Udaipur. Post your breakfast routine, move out to reach your first destination of the day.

Kumbhalgarh Fort is located on a hill of the Aravalli ranges. The Kumbhalgarh fort was cleverly designed on a hilltop to provide the strategic position to the Mewar kings to protect them against the attacks of the enemy, which is why it is also recognized as the second most important fort of Rajasthan.

Your next destination is the Fateh Sagar Lake. The boating experience across this humungous lake is one of its kinds. The motorboats take you in the middle of the lake, bringing you closer to the mountains that surround the water body. The view from there is a visual treat.

Later on, you can head toward the Vintage Car Museum. It is said that there is an old Shell petrol pump inside the garage of the museum, which is still in working condition. This garage was built during a time when only the Maharanas of Mewar had owned the cars. Now the museum displays these same vintage and antique cars for the common public and tourists.

End your day, by getting back to your hotel for the night.

Day 8Sightseeing in Udaipur

On your last day in Udaipur, you will be visiting the Monsoon Palace, Sahelion Ki Bari and Jagdish Temples. After you are done with your breakfast, you will leave for the tour of the Monsoon Palace.

Monsoon Palace offers a birds-eye view of the city of Udaipur. Words cannot describe the beauty of this scene. The palace was built in 1884 in order to be able to monitor the approaching monsoon clouds better. The Palace is also a majestic piece of architecture that must be explored.

Later on, you must head towards the Sahelion Ki Bari garden. There are four water pools, marble elephants, fountains and kiosks in the garden. The highlights are the bird fountains and the lotus pools. The garden is situated on the banks of Fateh Sagar Lake and is one of the stunning places to visit in Udaipur.

Your last destination for the day will be the Jagdish Temple. The main shrine in this temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. You need to climb 32 marble steps to reach the shrine. In fact, the shrine is encircled by minor shrines of Lord Ganesh, Sun God, Goddess Shakti and Lord Shiva respectively. It is said that the temple was built in accordance with the Vedic Vaastushastra.

You can now return to your hotel and start packing for your departure on the next day.

Day 9Departure from Udaipur

Today you have reached the end of your Jaipur Pushkar Jodhpur Udaipur holiday package and all we hope is that you had a great time on your tour. We wish to see you soon and make some memories of some more amazing holidays.

Get Free Quote Call Now