Best Tour In Jodhpur
All exchanges and touring according to the agenda in a cooled vehicle.
Day by day breakfast on smorgasbord premise
Comprehensive of all Government Service Tax
All Toll charges, Parking and State Tax
Anything not specified under ‘Bundle Inclusions’
Every close to home cost, discretionary visits and additional suppers
Camera charges, heavy drinker/non-mixed refreshments, mineral water and starters
Vehicle benefit on relaxation days for touring excluded in the agenda
Extra charges at all landmarks and exhibition halls made reference to in the agenda
Day 1 – Enchanting Jodhpur (Jodhpur)
Day 2 – Enjoy sightseeing in Jodhpur (Jodhpur)
Day 3 – (Jodhpur-)
Enjoy the exotic sights as you travel from Jodhpur to Bikaner. On arrival at Bikaner, check in at the hotel and spend some time relaxing here. Visit the Junagarh Fort that consists of many palaces, pavilions, and temples. Located close to the Junagarh Fort is Gajner Palace, which has been transformed to a heritage hotel. Visit the Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum, Sadul Museum, and Prachina Museum which houses artifacts, paintings, etc. from the royal era. For your overnight stay in Bikaner, all the facilities will be arranged at the hotel.
Located in the city if Jodhpur, Hanwant Mahal was once a favorite hunting place of the Raja, where he used to relax, have meal or chat with friends after a tiring day of hunting. Now, the magnificent palace has been turned into a equally admirable hotel. There is a restaurant on the first floor and rooms for guest at two upper floors.
Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur
A wonderful amalgam of a fascinating past and a promising present, Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhawan Palace is a luxury hotel which offers a taste of the regal to all its patrons. In addition to being of utmost historical value, this attraction offers amazing encounters ranging from heritage walks to unforgettable dining experiences. The hotel wing is managed by Taj Hotels and owing to its unparalleled hospitality, has been voted as the “Best Hotel in the World” at the Traveller’s Choice Award. The palace was built in the year 1943 and is inhabited by Jodhpur’s royal family even today.