With a four and a half hours of travel between the three cities, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur as well as Udaipur are three of the most important cities in Rajasthan, connected by stunning forts and palaces, and separated by other distinct elements . Each draw tourists from all over the world to see the wealth of heritage. Although each of Jodhpur and Udaipur are sure to impress visitors with the beauty left of the regal time, Jaisalmer can be the ideal destination for the adventurous. So, a trip to each of the cities is certain to provide an array of adventures.
Day 1: Arrival at Jaisalmer
Day 2: All day tour Jaisalmer
Day 3: Arrival in Jodhpur (4 hours, 26 minutes/283.1 kilometers)
Day 4: All day excursion to Jodhpur
Day 5: Arrival at Udaipur (4 hours, 29 minutes/ 249.6 km)
Day 6: Tour all day to Udaipur
Day 7: Home for the night!
"The Golden City', situated in the middle of Thar Desert is known so because of the reason. The forts and cities of the city are constructed from yellow Sandstone, that turns golden when exposed to sunlight. In other words, it is known as Jaisalmer originates from an Rajput king who established Jaisalmer in the year 1156 AD and named it Jaisal Singh. It is believed that the Jaisalmer Fort is believed to be one of the only living forts left in India, because a large part of the city's former remains lives in the fort. The "Queen of Thar is an ideal place to mix tourism activities.
Start your day with a taste of the historic beauty of the area, by going to Jaisalmer Fort. Jaisalmer Fort. Sand dunes are just waiting to bring out the adrenaline junkie within your. There are many options to pick from, which can be found within the desert. You can experience the desert safari that you believed was possible only within the Middle Eastern countries in Jaisalmer. Other than this, you can also enjoy parasailing, quad biking, along with Camel Safaris, among other options. Camping in the desert is a simple, and also an extravagant experience. It is certain to leave you speechless, particularly at night when you are able to see the sky filled with stars, which makes it appear surreal. There is also the Indo-Pak border, and Gadsisar lake as well, however, If you're looking for horror stories, it is Kuldhara village is an absolute must visit. There are a number of havelis located in Kuldhara city, which are full of stunning architectural marvels.
From the middle of Thar Desert, you'll now be moving slightly to the side, towards Jodhpur, Jodhpur, the town that was founded on the initiative of Rao Jodha in 1459. Jodhpur is believed to be the place where you see the sun rise first, which is why it's named Sun City. Because of the large number of blue-colored homes, it was also able to be referred to as Blue City. Jodhpur, also, has forts as well as distinct aspects that make it distinctively stunning.
Covered in breathtaking beauty and legends is the enigmatic Mehrangarh Fort, one of the biggest Forts found in India. Made of red Sandstone, it stands out as a stark contrast to the blue houses that lie in its valley. Fort, with its high walls to mark boundary lines, is located 410 feet higher than the city. The fort's walls, are the marks of cannons, as well as handprints of women who committed crimes hundreds of years in the past. The fort's museum exhibits the remains of artifacts once belonging to the royal kingdom. After you've finished the sights, you can also go involved in a thrilling adventure by ziplining using The Flying Fox Jodhpur. This Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, which was once a land-fill that has been transformed into an oasis rocks park, is the ideal spot for exploring and hiking. Its Jaswant Thada is another impressive architectural structure that you should not overlook. It was a cenotaph constructed in the name of Maharaja Sardar Singh in honor of his father. The white marbles used to construct the cenotaph radiate an ethereal glow when sunlight hits them. The clock tower of the city, as well as the markets that surround it are the ideal place to go for if you're planning to do some shopping.
With its palaces and lakes, Udaipur is awe-inspiringly majestic. This is why, it has been appropriately known as the 'City with lakes', as well as "Venice of the East". The city, was founded on the initiative of Maharana Udai Singh II, who was born in 1553, is constantly awash with activity, eager to give you numerous experiences. Thus, it could be quite difficult to squeeze all the destinations and activities into just one day.
In the middle of Lake Pichola is the Udaipur City Palace, comprising four major and minor palaces. In addition to the balconies, towers and cupolas that are a testament to the architectural beauty that this palace is, it also houses an exhibition of the possessions that belong to the royalty. Enjoy a boat cruise on Pichola Lake. Pichola Lake. Take a trip to the famous Lake Palace next. The palace, that has been transformed into a luxurious hotel, has served as the backdrop for numerous films. To learn more about the Mewar culture, go to Bagore Ki Haveli as well as the museum which showcases an antiquated collections of the Rajputs. It is a great place to find everyday objects like jewellery boxes, vessels made of copper, and so on. If you're motor-head, then the gardens at the Garden Hotel is a must-visit. The hotel has a large collection of antique cars that were used by maharajas. After you've bought traditional goods in Shilpgram, take a look at the sunset from Monsoon Palace. Monsoon Palace.
The seventh day, your journey comes close. The agent who took you will drop you off at the airport or railway station. With a plethora of memories, you'll be heading to home.
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