7 Nights 8 Days Tour Package Jaipur Ranthambore Udaipur @15999 - YatraPulse

7 Nights and 8 Days Jaipur Ranthambore Udaipur Tour

7 Nights 8 Days Tour Package Jaipur Ranthambore Udaipur @15999 - YatraPulse

(07 Nights / 08 Days) Rs 15999/-


It is a city in Jaipur is a fascinating destination to visit in Rajasthan. Rajasthan. It is known to many under the title "Pink City", this capital city has the most important historical recollections. Forts, palaces, or the temple museums each one tells the story of a time that takes you right into the period in which they were created.

Ranthambore the home of the elusive tigers, is well-known for its safari tours. The wildlife that is found in the city is something is not found in many cities of India. However the lakes and forts are equally captivating. Tourists from all over the world visit the city to be a part of its spirit.

The last city we'll be discussing is Udaipur. Udaipur is known as the "City of Lakes" or "The Venice of the East" recognizes the importance of its name and ascribes to its name. The gorgeous azure waters as well as the magnificent forts and the elaborate palaces are worth looking out for.

So make sure you have your bags packed and take a break from the Jaipur Ranthambore Udaipur vacation package.

Short Itinerary

    Day 1: Arrival at the Jaipur Airport

    Day 2: Sightseeing in Jaipur

    Day 3: Travel Jaipur to Ranthambore (155.0 km. / 3 hours)

    Day 4: Sightseeing in Ranthambore

    Day 5: Travel Ranthambore to Udaipur (411.6 km. / 7 hours)

    Day 6: Sightseeing in Udaipur

    Day 7: Sightseeing in Udaipur

    Day 8: Departure from Udaipur

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrival at the Jaipur Airport

    When you arrive at Jaipur airport at the airport, you will be met by our representative . You will then be transferred towards your accommodation. After you've completed the check-in procedure, you'll be able to begin the city trip. Your first stop is The City Palace of Jaipur. Its City Palace boasts of very tiny specifics. Chandra Mahal as well as Mubarak Mahal are the main part of the palace. Four entrances are accessible into the palace, including; Udai Pol, Jaleb Chowk, Tripolia Gate and Virendra the Pol. With exquisite engravings and artwork, every area of the palace is filled with ancient impressions of the past. Just just outside just outside Palace is a market of the past in which you can shop and buy souvenirs to bring to your home. After this thrilling day it is time to head back to your hotel for dinner , and your night's the night.

  • Day 2: Sightseeing in Jaipur

    Start your day off by eating a nutritious breakfast, take off to begin your city trip. Today, you'll visit Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort and Albert Hall Museum. Hawa Mahal Jaigarh Fort and Albert Hall Museum. The Hawa Mahal is located right in the middle in the heart of Mumbai. The 953 windows that it houses are the main attraction in the Mahal and is the reason it got its title "Palace of the Winds" from. The pink sandstone building has the appearance of an eagle's crown. Krishna. This architectural wonder is a must see. Then, you can go to your next destination, the Albert Hall Museum. In 1880, one of Jaipur's local doctors from Jaipur Dr. Thomas Holbein Hendley suggested to the ruler at the time of Jaipur the idea of establishing an exhibition in the hall. The Maharaja was impressed by this suggestion and so in 1880, the Albert Hall Museum took shape. Today, the museum is an extremely sought-after places within the town. We can only say we salute Dr. Hendley. Your final stop for the day is Jaigarh Fort. The reason we go to the fort just after sunset is because the view of the sunset from the fort's highest point is the most breathtaking experience you will ever experience while visiting Jaipur. In addition to the incredible architecture of the fort and the stunning view of the sunset, it is a must-see feature of the fort. Then, you'll be able to go back to your hotel for the night to rest.

  • Day 3: Travel Jaipur to Ranthambore (155.0 km. / 3 hours)

    Today you'll travel to your next destination, Ranthambore. The city is situated about 155 miles from Jaipur and the drive will take about three hours. Therefore, ensure you get up early and begin your journey. Following your check-in in the hotel you'll be able to begin your journey around the city. The most popular attraction in Ranthambore is the Tiger's path. You can venture out to look for a tiger and then get an up-close view of the powerful beast. While we are on their territories, if we keep in silence, we can gain an improved glimpse of this majestic creature. There are also pug marks left by the tiger as you travel. Be sure to not leave the jeep that you're in and remain as quiet as you can and take in the movements of the Tiger. After sunset you can return the hotel to eat dinner and a night in the hotel.

  • Day 4: Sightseeing in Ranthambore

    You could start your day with breakfast before making your journey toward The of the Ranthambore Fort.The fort is well-known since those who ruled in the earlier period would visit to hunt. It was a crucial part of the history and is still a major factor in taking the journey of Rajasthan to a higher stage. It is also regarded as a treasured spot because it is included on the World Heritage List. Your next stop will be your next stop at the Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History. It is the fourth museum in India's regional collection of natural history. It is regarded as one of the most beautiful locations to go in Ranthambore. The primary goal of the museum is to increase awareness among the people of how important it is to preserve the fauna and flora, which are rare in the region. The final thing to do is go on The Jeep Safari. Ranthambore national park has an impressive species of wildlife that will delight your eyes. Jeep safaris are the ideal alternative to get deep into the forest and meet the people who live there. Jeep safaris can be conducted in the morning, or at night, according to a predetermined time. After a thrilling day, return to your hotel to take a nap.

  • Day 5: Travel Ranthambore to Udaipur (411.6 km. / 7 hours)

    Another road trip is waiting for you, this time starting from Ranthambore up to Udaipur. The distance you have to travel is 411.6 km, and it will take around 7 hours to get to your destination. The first place you visit within the city following the check-in process has been completed is The City Palace of Udaipur. It is located within the bosom of Aravalli. Its marble and granite structures are in stark contrast to its peaceful surrounding. Many films like "Guide" and "Octopussy" were shot in the Palace. After the palace tour and the surrounding area, make your way towards Hathi Pol for a lovely shopping experience. After that, you'll be able to get back in your hotel to enjoy the evening and night.

  • Day 6: Sightseeing in Udaipur

    Start your day with a breakfast in the hotel, and leave for the city to see the city's most popular attractions. It will start with Kumbhalgarh Fort. The fort was declared the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013,, this fort is situated amid a forest that has been transformed into a sanctuary for wildlife. It is the second biggest and most renowned tourist spot of the capital city. After your visit to the fort you are able to visit Sahelion Ki Bari garden. Sahelion Ki Bari is a beautiful garden situated in Udaipur. It is often referred to by the name of "Courtyard of Maidens". It is believed that it was constructed to accommodate the maidens who traveled with the princess following her wedding to Maharana Sangram Singh. It's the perfect spot to unwind during the day. In the next step, you could take a trip towards the Mansapurna Karni Mata Ropeway. It is an excellent option to get to Machala Hill Top, the highest mountain that is in city. The ropeway is 387 meters long and gives an aerial view of the city in all its glory. After this thrilling day and head back in your room.

  • Day 7: Sightseeing in Udaipur

    In the final day of the city, you'll have several important places to be able to visit. Make sure to eat breakfast before beginning your journey. The first site you'll be taking a trip to first is Monsoon Palace. It is also known as the Sajjangarh Fort, the palace is situated at the top on the Bansdara Mountain. The mountain rises at a height of 944 meters above sea level and is situated over Pichola Lake. Pichola Lake. The palace was an summer residence for Mewar Kings, and was as well, the spot they went to during monsoon time and to observe the development on monsoon clouds. Monsoon clouds. The next stop to check off your list is Fateh Sagar Lake. The artificial Lake is that was named in honor of Maharana Fateh Singh of Udaipur. Alongside enjoying a relaxing look at the tranquil beauty of the area it is also possible to attempt boating as well as a variety of other water sports offered on the lake for tourists. The final destination on the agenda is the Ambrai Ghats. The stunning ghat features marble benches and railings which add a special appeal to the place. You can enjoy a stunning panorama over Lake Palace, Jag Mandir and Shiva Niwas from the ghat. Lake Palace, Shiva Niwas and Jag Mandir from the ghat. After this exhausting, yet enjoyable day, head back to your hotel and begin packing for departure the following day.

  • Day 8: Departure from Udaipur

    You've accomplished your Jaipur-Ranthambore Udaipur vacation package. We hope that you have wonderful memories. Today, you'll be heading for the Udaipur airport to catch your return flight. We would like to see you again in the near future.

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