Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur are the three most popular tourist locations in Rajasthan. They are all famous for their numerous forts, palaces, and palaces as well as hills and lakes, but each they all have the distinct taste of the memories they've planned for visitors. They will take visitors on an enthralling trip through the past which was enhanced by the elegance of the royal era and provide the refreshing green space you need through their tranquil hills and lakes. But that's not all, they also provide fun adventures to send your adrenaline pumping, ensuring that you don't have a single moment of idle time in the middle of your journey.
Day 1: Arrival at Jaipur
Day 2: All day tour Jaipur
Day 3: Jodhpur (337.3 kms 5 hours)
Day 4: All day tour at Jodhpur
Day 5: Arrival at Udaipur (249. 6 km - 4 hours 30 mins)
Day 6: All-day tour in Udaipur
Day 7: Departure from Udaipur
It is believed that the city of Jaipur was named "Pink City", after Maharaja Savai Madho Singh II painted the entire city in pink, to greet the Prince of Wales, Lord Albert Edward, in 1876. Jaipur is considered to be the capital city of Rajasthan. Jaipur, Delhi along with Agra, is India's 'Golden Triangle', a much popular tourist route. The other tourist spots in the state are easily accessible through Jaipur, which makes it an ideal gateway. In addition to these castles, forts, lakes and hills, the thing that is what makes Jaipur unique is the performances by elephants and puppet shows and puppet shows, an extremely vibrant experience. Explore the cuisines of the past to enhance your experience in this city , which encapsulates its traditions everywhere.
The city's charm is truly reflected in its surroundings, begin your day on a an elegant note by going to the stunning Amber Fort situated amidst hills, that overlooks Maota Lake. Maota Lake. Amber Fort and Palace is just 11 km from downtown. The most distinctive aspect of Amber is the Indo-Islamic style of architecture. In addition to the Indo-Islamic architecture, the gardens, courtyards, and temples will surely, amaze you. Nearby there is Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of Winds, which will also be awe-inspiring due to its beauty and the structure. This five-story building houses approximately 953 window, was constructed during the year 1799, by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. Each window has intricate designs. City Palace, which has gardens and other amenities, is also a important tourist attraction throughout the city. Jantar Mantar, situated close to City Palace is a must-visit. The statues on display are used for astronomical purposes, like forecasting eclipses, and keeping record of the constellations. To learn more about the royal past, go to Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and so on. It is a must to visit Jal Mahal, which is an eye-opening view. The palace is situated right in an emerald lake. In addition, the city filled with markets, in which you can purchase items that are a part of traditional Rajasthani culture.
Jodhpur is known under a variety of names, including Jodhpur is also known as the Sun City - because you are able to catch an early sunrise here, as well as it's the Blue City - because of the blue-colored stretches of houses, which is an striking characteristic that the city. Jodhpur is located in the Thar desert. The city, established in 1459 by Rao Jodha in 1459, boasts magnificent forts and palaces as well as other adventurous activities like zip-lining or hiking to keep you entertained.
If you're one of those who is fascinated by the creepy tales, myths, as well as stories from folklore, you can begin your day off on a high note by going to The Mehrangarh Fort, one of the biggest forts of India. The fort is situated on top of a area of blue-colored houses. Made of red Sandstone, this fort, with its high walls for boundary walls, is situated at 410 feet over the city. After visiting this fortress and its museum that it is home to, go zip-lining on it's Flying Fox Jodhpur, located is situated right close to the fort. It is located in the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, that was once a landfill, is now a popular park that draws visitors to take walking and trekking. The next stop is Jaswant Thada, a cenotaph built by Maharaja Singh. The cenotaph was built in honor of his father.
Udaipur is a royally stunning city with its many lakes, which earned it the title of the 'City of Lakes', magnificent palaces and wildlife sanctuary. Udaipur was established in 1553 by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1553. It is also known as the 'Venice The East'. The rich culture of Rajasthan is wonderfully portrayed in various festivals, which are an absolute must to experience.
Visit The City Palace first thing in the morning when you have set out. The palace, situated on the shores of Lake Pichola, has balconies, towers, and cupolas that make a statement in its design. City Palace is a mix of four major and minor palaces. The next step is to take a boat ride on the Pichola Lake, and visit Lake Palace, which is currently being converted into a luxury hotel. The museum at Bagore Ki Haveli, is an ideal place to go to get an picture of the lifestyle of the Rajputs. If you're a sucker for classic automobiles, then the gardens are Garden Hotel is a paradise for you, as it exhibits a variety of classic vehicles that the maharajas drove around in. Find interesting handicrafts as well as other distinctive Rajasthani products on Shilpgram, and then head to The Monsoon Palace to catch a stunning sunset.
You will be picked up from at the front desk by one of our staff and taken to the point of departure, and then escorted off with memories as vivid as Rajathan's cultural heritage and warm as their warm hospitality.
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