Holiday Package ToRajasthan Nathdwara Jaipur
- 7 night stay (on twin sharing basis)
- Breakfast (Kindly check timings & venue from the hotel)
- Return Airport transfers by Non AC vehicle on seat sharing basis
- Sightseeing by Non AC vehicle on seat sharing basis
- Driver’s allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges
- Parking and Toll taxes
- All presently applicable hotel and airline taxes
- Should there be any further levy of Govt. / statutory taxes or charges, the same shall be chargeable extra as and when applicable.
- Items of personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, room service charges, soft drinks and hard drink charges, etc
- The payments for additional services taken at the hotel are to be settled directly at the hotel
- Any service not mentioned in inclusions
Day 1 | Arrive Jaipur Welcome to your ‘Rajasthan Kitchen Tour’ visit. On landing in the airplane terminal/railroad station in Jaipur, you will be met and exchanged to your hotel.The rest of the evening is at leisure.In the night, continue to Chokhi Dhani for a look at town life and have a customary Rajasthani dinner.Overnight in Jaipur
Day 2 | In Jaipur After breakfast, continue on a touring voyage through Jaipur visiting the astonishing Amer Fort, City Palace and Jantar Mantar.The royal residence has a four storied design and each level has its own patio visit the ‘Royal residence of Winds’, also called Hawa Mahal. It was named so on the grounds that it was a high screen divider worked to enable regal women to watch regular daily existence in the road underneath without being seen.Walk to the neighboring Jantar Mantar or Astronomical Observatory. The Jantar Mantar is an accumulation of building galactic instruments, worked by Sawai Jai Singh, as he was especially keen on finding out about astronomy.Later, come back to your hotel.The rest of the night is at relaxation for autonomous exercises
Day 3 | Onto Bikaner (310 kms/approx. 7 hours) Today, after breakfast, appreciate a drive to the desert city of Bikaner. Prior to entering the city, you will drive past the Camel Breeding Farm.On landing at Bikaner, registration to the hotel.Later continue to visit the Jain Temple. The Temple is one of the delightful holy places in Bikaner, or, in other words the fifth tirthankar of the Jains, Shri Sumatinathji.This Jain sanctuary is perfectly developed utilizing sandstone and white marble. Religious carvings, leaf artistic creations, fresco and wonderful mirror chip away at the sanctum are the features of the shrine.Later at night you can take a tonga ride to the old city on direct installment or Overnight remain in Bikaner
Day 4 | On to Jaisalmer (335 kms/approx. 7 hours drive) toward the beginning of today, after breakfast, registration from the inn and continue for a touring voyage through Bikaner and visit the Junagarh Fort. it is the acclaimed confirmations of Bikaner.The stronghold was built amid the time of 1588 to 1593 by Raja Raj Singh, General of the Army of Mughal sovereign, Akbar. Well known for its gigantic structure and engineering plans, the stronghold is spread over a sprawling region that is limited by 986 meters in length wall.The post additionally has a Har Mandir that was utilized by the imperial family to revere their God and Goddesses. Yards, overhangs, stands and windows worked with red sandstone and marble are alternate attractions of the fort.After the touring visit, proceed with the drive to Jaisalmer. Lunch will be in a dhaba/eatery on the way. Touch base at Jaisalmer at night and registration to the hotel.The rest of the night is at recreation for autonomous activities.Overnight in Jaisalmer.
Day 5 | In Jaisalmer After breakfast continue for a touring voyage through Jaisalmer. The Jaisalmer Fort is situated in the core of the city and is known for its miniatures, design and bazaars. This stronghold was worked in 1156 by a Bhati Rajput ruler Jaisal, on the Trikuta slope. About a fourth of the number of inhabitants in Jaisalmer live inside this fortification. The fortress is viewed as ‘The Pride of Jaisalmer’This post is an ideal combination of Islamic and Rajput design styles. Voyagers visiting this fortification can see Akshya Pol, Hawa Pol, Suraj Pol and Ganesh Pol, which are the passages of the fortress. Inside the fortress dividers is a complex of seven flawlessly cut yellow sandstone Jain templesAfter the visit to the stronghold, additionally observe the Gadisar Lake. This stately tank was at one time the water supply of the city and there are numerous little sanctuaries and hallowed places around it.Return to the lodging for lunch After lunch you will continue to the Sam Sand Dunes for desert understanding. The hills are an incredible fascination with satiny, undulating folds of sand.In the night continue for a camel ride and during the evening appreciate a Rajasthani people move around a bonfire.Overnight in Jaisalmer.
Day 6 | Onto Jodhpur (275 kms/approx. 7 hours drive) early in the day, after breakfast, say goodbye to the rises and proceed with your adventure to Jodhpur .Arrive at Jodhpur late toward the evening and registration to the hotel.Rest of the night is at relaxation for autonomous activities.Overnight in Jodhpur.
Day 7 | In Jodhpur After breakfast, continue on a touring voyage through Jodhpur, visiting places like the Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada.To the left of the Mehrangarh Fort complex is the Jaswant Thada, worked by Maharaja Sardar Singh in celebration of his dad, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II in 1899. The Jaswant Thada is a white marble dedication, worked out of complicatedly cut sheets of marble. The sheets are to a great degree thin and cleaned with the goal that they discharge a warm gleam when lit up by the sun.After the touring visit, come back to the inn for lunch.Rest of the day is at relaxation for free exercises. You can visit the clock tower and markets. The clock tower is a milestone in the old city,surrounded by the energetic Sardar Market. The rear ways prompt bazaars offering vegetables,spices, sweets,textiles,silver and handicrafts.Overnight in Jodhpur.
Day 8| Depart Jodhpur * Return home with glad recollections Today, say goodbye to your ‘Rajasthan Kitchen Tour’ as you are exchanged to the airplane terminal/railroad station in Jodhpur for your forward adventure.