Rajasthan is one of the states that has its regal remains and is a place where people practice all of its folk art, and keeps these traditions alive, by hosting numerous events that draw tourists from all over the globe. Each city of the biggest State of India, adheres to this standard, but manages to remain attractively distinct, in a variety of ways, which are definitely worth looking into. The state is basically a machine to go through time and explore the reign of the king.
Day 1: Arrival at Udaipur
Day 2: All-day tour in Udaipur
Day 3: Drive up to Mount Abu (2 hours, 50 minutes, 163.2 km)
Day 4: Arrival in Jodhpur (4 4, minutes/261.5 km) minutes/261.5 km)
Day 5: day of the tour in Jodhpur
Day 6: Departure
The 'Venice in the East' is a pleasure for the eyes and the brain, with its beautiful man-made lakes, elegant palaces that offer glimpses of the city's glorious past and a lush greenery that beckons you into the lap of Mother Nature. The "City of Lakes', founded by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1553, also has a huge supply of marble and zinc. The city is separate from Thar desert by Aravalli Hills. In addition to these wonders, the numerous festivals held all through the entire year, can be a significant increase in your creativity. Udaipur is one of the cities that is a magnet for visitors to its vibrant cultural scene.
Begin your day with a royal start that is truly fitting for an one of Udaipur's best highlights. Take a tour of the majestic Udaipur City Palace, comprising four main and numerous minor palaces, dominating Lake Pichola. The palace is filled with amazing and distinctive architectural wonders to show, including its balconies, towers and cupolas, in addition, you could visit the various artifacts at the Museum. After a two-hour visit to the palace, enjoy a boat ride on the Pichola Lake. It is now a luxury hotel, which has been featured in a variety of films, it is the Lake Palace, also known as Jag Niwas is a stunning sight to see. Take a trip to Bagore Ki Haveli next, which is where you'll learn more about Mewar's history and way of life, through the old collection belonging to Rajput rulers, such as jeweler's box, copper vessel, and more. There are also dance and folk performances that are usually held at the place. Along with other lakes such as Fateh Sagar Lake, and palaces, you can also swing on the grounds of the Garden Hotel to check out the collection of vintage cars. There are wildlife parks within and within the city. Go to Shilpgram, the traditional center for crafts and art, and return with souvenirs.
It is the one hill station that is located situated in Rajasthan, Mount Abu, after just 3 hours from Udaipur. The hill station is small, naturally dotted in lake, waterfalls, fascinating rock formations, the remains of colonial-era bungalows and misty folds of green, provides a refreshing bit of tranquility from the bustling regions of Rajasthan. The restaurants and markets that surround Lake Nakki where you can take the boat ride, and the Dilwara Temple carved out of white marble with a importance spiritually, Achalgarh Fort, Guru Shikhar are some of the most popular attractions in Mount Abu, apart from its wildlife refuges . It's also a paradise for those keen on hiking, caves, camping, and rock climbing. There is also an area which allows you to finish your day on a stunning note.
Another four and a half hours of driving and you're in Rajasthan's blue capital - Jodhpur, located on the Thar Desert. The city's name comes because of the buildings colored with blue hues, used as a way to differentiate the houses of the upper caste Brahmins. In keeping with the principal feature in Rajasthan, Jodhpur, is the 2nd city of the state, as well, is home to numerous palaces and other remains from the royal period. Just stroll through the streets of blue and let the day-to-day life in the town. It will add the color into your impressions of the city, in addition to visiting the other major places of interest.
A visit to Jodhpur is best started by visiting the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, made out of red Sandstone, that stands against the blue city it looms over. It is among the biggest forts in India constructed on the orders of Rao Jodha around 1460. The fort, located 410 feet above the city, is surrounded by thick walls to mark its boundary. The magnificent fort has more to offer inside, with museum-quality shops that feature elephant's howdas as well as palanquins as well as restaurants where one get a spectacular panorama over the city during an intimate meal. On the northern side of Fort, you can experience adrenaline pumping by zip-lining. It's the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park is another one you should not overlook. Explore this once-rocky desert, which has been transformed into a thriving park, with walking trails and breathtaking views. The Jodhpur excursion would be incomplete if it didn't go to the clock tower or the bustling market around the tower, which operates perfectly. It is also possible to visit the Jaswant Thada, that is an ancient cenotaph, designed in the name of Maharaja Sardar Singh in honor of his father. It is a stunning architectural feat and is constructed with white marbles.
The trip will come to an end on the sixth day. You will be picked up at the railway station or airport.
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