In the past , known to be"the Land of the Kings, Rajasthan is a beautiful example of India's well-established extravagantness and grandeur, evidence of which are evident in the manner of life of the state. One of the most stunning and vibrant states in the world, with a dazzling blend of cultural heritage, historical background, music, cuisine and people who welcome to you with warm smiles, being swept away by Rajasthan isn't a long time. Rajasthan has more historical significance than the entire nation put together. It's the former home of Maharajas and their luxurious royal palaces as well as magnificent fortresses. Rajasthan is full of an era, that will fill the visitor with respect, bravery and courage. Amazing deserts of sand, traditional art works, an authentic culinary experience and stunning royal palaces all contribute to making Rajasthan an ideal getaway destination.
The main attractions for travelers are the vast Thar Desert, one of the most renowned mountains on earth as well as the Aravalis as well as the Rajput heritage that is evident in fortifications, palaces, and sanctuaries established during the time of Rajput rulers.
Day 1: Welcome To Jodhpur
Day 2: A tour through Jodhpur
Day 3: Destination : Jaisalmer (282.6 km/Approx . 5 hours)
Day 4: A tour across Jaisalmer
Day 5: Back to where it started, Jodhpur (283 km/ 4 hours, 30 mins)
At the time of your arrival at Jaipur airport or railway station, our representative will pick you up. The agent will drive you to the hotel that you have booked. Enjoy a cup of tea or a cold drink and head out to explore the stunning cities of Jodhpur. Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan is a fascinating city with a rich history. Jodhpur is known for its blue-colored structures, that were originally painted to indicate that they were Brahmins, the most powerful caste in India. The massive, forcible post of Mehrangarh features a stunning view of rough edges with eight entrances that exit the fortification. The city's new location is in the middle of the structure. Jodhpur is also famous for its unique breed of horses, known by the names of Marwari and Malani, which can be available in Jodhpur. Shop for crafts on the very first day.
On the second day, take a leisurely breakfast in the hotel, and go out to explore at the famous forts and Lakes in this area. Take a trip to Jaswant Thada. It is a cenotaph of marble constructed in 1899, in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. Rare depictions of Jodhpur's rulers can be, similarly, located in Jaswant Thada. After that, you can go to Mehrangarh Fort. It is situated opposite to and secure from a cliff that's at 125m above Jodhpur's horizon lies the Mehrangarh Fort. The Fort is among the most famous forts of the forts in India and is filled with tales and stories. Mehrangarh Fort is still adorned with images of cannonballs fired by the forces of Jaipur at its second entrance. Also , visit Moti Mahal. Moti Mahal, as the name suggests, was one of the Pearl Hall where the illustrious families entertained their crowd of spectators. The hall is believed for its glass windows and five niches that allowed the rulers to be attentive to the processes taking place within the Sringar Chowki, The Royal Throne of Jodhpur. On this day, you'll also be taken on a sightseeing tour in Mandore. Mandore is the city that was capital for the Marwar region prior to the time that Jodhpur was founded, but now it's an inactive state. It has an ancient fortification, an assortment of forts and temples, as well as a gallery within Mandore Gardens. Mandore Gardens.
After breakfast, you'll travel towards Jaisalmer on the third day. The road trip to Jaisalmer allows you to take a peek at the lovely desert landscapes in Rajasthan. Popularly referred to for its Golden City, Jaisalmer goes around as a gate to the magnificent Thar Desert. As with other cities in Rajasthan, it is a city with imperial fortifications and imperial havelis. The city is often referred to as the "heart of Thar desert, Jaisalmer is an old town with stunning architecture.
A city that's come back almost from the dead over the last five decades, Jaisalmer might seem far away, but it's certainly not overlooked . Without doubt, it's one of the top destinations in Rajasthan. If the geography of your area is intriguing to you, then Jaisalmer is the location you should visit. Jaisalmer is the Wood Fossil Park or Aakal is located about 15 km from Jaisalmer city. There, it is possible to find and observe geologic disasters that occurred during the Thar Desert 180 million years ago. Jaisalmer is the city. Jaisalmer is also a guard for the western Rajasthan (and the Indian) boondocks. The "Brilliant City is situated close to the Pakistan fringe and is close of The Thar Desert. The most well-known landmark of the city can be found in the Jaisalmer Fort, additionally called Sonar Qila (Golden Fort). In contrast to other forts in India, Jaisalmer Fort isn't just a place to visit for vacation. It's more than that. It is home to shops, inns, and old-fashioned havelis (homes) in which people of all ages continue in constant motion. Forts are a breathtaking scene: a huge sandcastle rising out of the sand fields, like a relic from the past. There is no better place to experience an the thrilling camel ride experience and the desert riddle. Ninety-nine bastions are a part of the fortification's encircling paths. After the tour is finished, go back to the hotel for the night.
The sixth day, your journey comes to an ending. After breakfast, you'll be taken into Jodhpur via Jaisalmer. With fond memories, your journey to your home.
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