The exotic flavor, unparalleled architecture, and the raw, characteristic beauty of the Rajasthan agricultural land is what makes Jaipur among the top tourist destinations. But, there's much more to this city. Jaipur is the home of captivating celebrations, extravagantly brightened elephants performing their routine, thrilling social encounters, and an array of stunning dream castles each step of the way. Visitors from every walk of life, with a mix of centuries, stroll through the bazaars and streets amid the parade of rickshaws and motorbikes, three-wheeled elephants and trucks, all filled with extravagant energy. Therefore, visit us and experience the colors of modern and old!
Day 1: Arrival at Jaipur
Day 2: All the day excursion of Jaipur
Day 3: Drive Udaipur 419 km 5 1/2 hours drive3D Drive to Udaipur [419km 5 1/2 hrs drive
Day 4: All day excursion to Udaipur
Day 5: Drive from Pushkar (283 km, 4 1/2 hours driveand an all-day excursion to Pushkar
Day 6: Jaipur [142km 02:10hrs drive]
Intoxicating Rajasthan's capital, Jaipur has become an artistic wonderland that attracts every visitor with its beautiful pink buildings. Welcoming you to the beautiful Pink City, Jaipur offers numerous tourist places to explore. Its City Palace in the core of Jaipur is famous for its mixture with Mughal as well as Rajasthani architecture. Nearby are The Central Museum with its huge collection of wooden work, gemstones, pieces, bronzeware, as well as ceramics. Another attraction close to is the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, is the largest among the 5 observatories constructed in the 18th century by Sawai Jai Singh. This landmark, the Hawa Mahal was built so the queen could take part in the royal parades. In the evening, stroll along the vibrant bazaars and roads in Jaipur City. The beauty of Jaipur is in its architecture and carefully planned structures. Finally, if you'd like to taste authentic Rajasthani food, then make sure to stop by Chokhi Dhani Restaurant for dinner. It is an authentic Indian restaurant that serves vegetarian delights.
The first thing to do is visit the Wind Palace, after that drive to Amber Fort, Take the Elephant Safari at the Royal Amber Fort. After that, continue your visit to The Jaigarh Fort which shows a stunning mix with Mughal and Rajput incredible architecture. In the evening, you can enjoy watching a film at the planet's Second Best Cinema Rajmandir. In the evening, you can you can visit Birla Temple, Albert Hall and Rambagh Palace Hotel. Also, take walks through the Markets of the Pink City to take in your Heritage View of the City and also to learn about the manner of life in this area. After that, you can visit the Water Palace which was a location for rest for the rulers of the earlier times. Then, visit the Galta Sun Temples (Monkey Temple).
After a lackadaisical morning meal, the journey towards Udaipur commences. In this program, you will visit Ajmer, and then spend some time at the world-famous Dargah Kwaja Sahib, Chittorgarh fort, and then proceed to Udaipur. Udaipur is a captivating combination of sights, memories and sounds. For centuries, this city has been a major source of inspiration for artists, writers, and artists. In 1559, the city was founded and named in honor of Maharana Udai Singh, Udaipur became the capital city of the Sisodia Dynasty, whose home was Chittor.
Also called Udaipur, the City of Lakes, Udaipur has an architecture marvel with a myriad of places to visit. The city is famous for its royal palaces, lakes, historical centers, sanctuary areas, and even patio nurseries. Its City Palace and Museum is thought to be the largest residential complex for the royals of Rajasthan and its hall for exhibition is a dazzling collection of items collected by different Maharanas of Udaipur since the time of the earliest times. There are three lakes in the city. Udai Sagar, Picholia Lake and Pratap Sagar are the absolute "must-see" lakes of the state. Spend time at other tourist attractions within the city, such as Saheliyon Ki Bari, Jagdish Temple and Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir.
with a magnetic appeal that is the own, Pushkar radiates a sense of peace and sanctity. Early morning journey to Pushkar. Pushkar is among the most sought-after tourist destinations in Rajasthan. The area is surrounded by a tranquil valley, stunning scenery and unusual places, Pushkar has become a well-known tourist attraction. It is also the most sought-after destinations for Hindus because it is home to the most renowned temple dedicated to Lord Brahma in the world. The flow of people who visit Pushkar is always at a peak, particularly during the fair for camels. The locals are extremely welcoming and dress in their finest attire during this highly anticipated camel fair. Their vibrant covers, hair turbans, and vibrantly colored skirts, with hints of Ektara and the ethereal melodies of Rajasthani songs make evenings in Pushkar enjoyable. Explore the streets of Pushkar to explore the beauty of this town. Apart from some stunning places, there are a lot of 400 temples in the area which draw people to the area each year. A part of the amazing spots you need to try to visit when you are visiting Pushkar include The Brahma Temple, the Savitri Temple, Gau Ghat, Nag Hill, Pap Mochini Temple, Markendeya Rishi Ashram, Agastya Muni Ashram, and Gaya Kund. You can also spend the evenings by the gorgeous lakes, as well as Pushkar Bazaar.
The tour concludes at the end of day 6. After breakfast, take a drive towards Jaipur with our tour guides. They will take you off at the airport or railway station. With stunning memories and gifts for loved ones, you'll be heading to your home!
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