The cities of Jodhpur as well as Udaipur are an absolute delight for people who are interested in learning about the rich time of the different kingdoms which were in power, and how the most enduring art forms grew and endured over time, to delight people who love art to this day. There remains scattered throughout the region, and their old-fashioned, vibrant streets are a testament to their diverse culture and their unique tradition. Food is something you must-try, as the subtle variations in the geography contribute to the variety the state has to offer. There are numerous ways that will set your explorer within your free and stimulate your adrenaline by engaging in adventure activities. The cities are separated by a four and a half hours drive via road.
Day 1: Arrival at Jodhpur
Day 2: All day tour in Jodhpur
Day 3: Arrival at Udaipur (4 hours, 29 minutes/ 249.6 km)
Day 4: All day tour in Udaipur
Day 5: Departure
Jodhpur, located within Jodhpur, which is located in the Thar The Thar Desert, was established on the initiative of Rao Jodha in 1459. The city is known by a variety of names, including Sun City, for Jodhpur is believed to be the place where the sun rises at first, as well as Jodhpur, also called the Blue City, for the area of homes that are painted blue in various shades. This is an striking characteristic in the town. It is believed that at one time, this color was utilized to distinguish the houses that were owned by those of the higher caste Brahmins. Similar to other cities within Rajasthan, Jodhpur is also home to of numerous palaces and forts however, it offers more, that you won't see in other cities.
It is the Mehrangarh Fort, built of red Sandstone, is among the main attractions of the city, and is one of the biggest forts in India. It's a stark contrast to the blue sea of houses it is situated. Its fort, with its high walls for boundaries , is located at 410 feet higher than the city and has plenty of interesting things to provide, that is housed within the fort as an actual museum with magnificent artifacts from a past, an art gallery as well as a restaurant that allows visitors to enjoy the breathtaking views while eating. There are still marks from cannon balls, as well as handprints of women who committed suicide centuries long ago, on the walls. This Mehrangarh Fort is surrounded by fascinating myths, mysteries and folklore, which you should hear from the locals. The fort is said to be haunted and cursed. This isn't all. It is possible to increase your adventure to the next level by zip-lining using The Flying Fox Jodhpur. It is the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park is another must-see attraction in Jodhpur. This was once degraded land that is now transformed into a desert rock park that allows exploring and walking. There is a Jaswant Thada, the cenotaph constructed by Maharaja Sardar Singh to commemorate his father, is an enthralling architectural wonder because the white marble used to construct the cenotaph. It emits an ethereal glow when sunlight strikes the monument. Explore the hustle and bustle that is Jodhpur city by stopping on the top of the clock. The market that is situated near the clock tower can give you a great shopping experience and provide you with a feeling of the city's hustle. If you've got time, stroll through the blue streets of the city and observe at the life in the capital city which stands out from other cities.
Udaipur, sometimes referred to the "City of Lakes", offers many different options for visitors to go to the city. Like the name implies, the city is filled with man-made lakes, which are situated on its banks are situated stunning palaces. Udaipur, established on the initiative of Maharana Udai Singh II in 1553, is often referred to as the 'Venice of East'. It is also home to a number of wildlife refuges. There are many festivals that take place during the majority during the season, attracting tourists from across the world. These festivals are great chance to experience Rajasthan's well-known tradition of folklore live and at its very best.
The most affluent and frequented attraction of Udaipur is the stunning Udaipur City Palace, located on the banks of Lake Pichola. Four main and minor palaces form one magnificent palace. The balconies, towers and cupolas are striking elements in the castle, that has remnants of royal treasures kept in the rooms to be displayed. Boating is available in Lake Pichola. Lake Palace is another posh hotel close to the lake. It has recently been transformed into a luxurious hotel, and has been featured in appearances in a variety of films. Bagore Ki Haveli is where you should go the next time, to learn more about the Mewar culture. It is a museum that displays an antiquated items of the Rajputs, such as jewel containers, copper vessel, etc. Folk dance and music performances are often held at this location. Explore the gardens of the Garden Hotel to marvel at the variety of their antique automobile collection, mostly utilized by maharajas. Shilpgram, is the oldest center of crafts and arts, located in the city, where you can purchase souvenirs to bring to your home. The evenings are best spent in Monsoon Palace. Monsoon Palace.
The 5th day, you'll travel back to your home. Our representative will transfer you off at the airport, or train station. With your memories numbed, you make your way back to home.
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