Jodhpur Jaisalmer Bikaner Tour
Highlights • Explore Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens and Clock Tower Market in Jodhpur • Bishnoi village jeep safari and experience of Tribal India (optional) • Enjoy Camel Safari, Jaisalmer Fort, Havelis and Gadisar lake in Jaisalmer • Visit Karni Mata Temple at Deshnok • Explore magnificient Junagarh Fort and Gajner Palace in Bikaner
Day 1: Jodhpur (286 kms/06 hrs)
Entry Jodhpur, Famous for its eminent fortresses and royal residences, Jodhpur is the second biggest city of Rajasthan and a noteworthy vacation destination in the nation. The city is arranged at the edge of the Thar Desert with Jaisalmer on its west, Barmar, Jalor and Pali on its south, Bikaner on its north, and Nagaur on the eastern side. Evening touring voyage through Jodhpur, The strongholds and royal residences in the city are the significant wellspring of fascination in the city. Investigating the fortresses gives you a vibe of the occasions when the Rajput may was at its pinnacle. The doors and the dividers of the strongholds discuss the fights they have seen. One needs to invest enough energy with these verifiable landmarks to completely get a handle on the greatness of the Rajput period. A portion of the real attractions around Jodhpur are Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan and the Government Museum and Zoo.
Day 2: Jaisalmer(286 kms/06 hrs)
Morning drive to Jaisalmer is an essential goal of the western territory of India, Rajasthan. A desert city, it was established by the Bhatti Rajput chieftain Rawal Jaisal in the year 1156. Jaisalmer could be viewed as the western sentinel of whole India and a place worth visiting to get a thought of the local Rajasthan. Situated at the core of the immense Thar Desert, it offers the guest a charming universe of tale, shading, and history. Additionally, the eminent wood-and stone-cut manors
Day 3: Jaisalmer
Morning touring voyage through Jaisalmer The brilliant beams of the setting sun, the vividly decorated local people, the huge strongholds and chateaus, the to a great degree intriguing craftsmanship, Rajput havelis, all these make Jaisalmer a position of must visit in Rajasthan. Also a visit to the Jaisalmer Fort (the second most established fortress in Rajasthan after Chittaur), Patwon ki Haveli, (the most fabulous haveli of Jaisalmer), Desert Culture focus and exhibition halls gives you some look at this residential community’s past. The Jain sanctuaries meet your religious taste; Salim Singh ki haveli and Nathmal-ki-haveli give you some more thought of the haveli engineering of the town. Other than these, Gadsisar Lake is additionally a fascinating spot that you should visit in this desert city. Evening visit Sam Sand Dunes, Ideal for survey dusks, these locales will likewise allow you to catch the beautiful sand ridges in your camera.
Day 4: Bikaner (333 kms/07 hrs)
After breakfast, look at from lodging at that point drive to the monumental walled city of Bikaner: The city of Bikaner was established in 1488 from jangledesh or the nation of wild shrubs. It has been right around a long time since its beginning and the city has spread over the desert and has likewise gained skill viz, camel rearing and dry water system which is novel to it. Bikaner city alongwith its rough scrubland, is situated on a lifted plain in the desert. The old city is incorporated by a long embattlement divider which discontinuously breaks to offer approach to five gigantic doors. Presently a noteworthy exchange community for fleece, building stones, rugs, covers, salt and grain, Bikaner has developed as the life saver of the state.
Touch base at Bikaner Transfer to hotel.check in to hotel,take rest at the lodging . later visit to touring of Bikaner. Junagarh Fort : The popular fortification of Junagarh was built by Raja Rai Singh in 1593. The fortress is one of its sorts with a solid, creative and impressive structure which is enclosed by a water channel which is accepted to have reared crocodiles previously. A stunning system of havelis with yards and overhangs, watch towers, ordnance, corridors and other the post oozes a quality of red sandstone (Dulmera) and marble. The amazing stronghold has a long bulwark which is right around a 1000m long and is studded with 37 bastions and two passages. Different landmarks, for example, Ganga Niwas, Rang Mahal, Anop Mahal with it’s fragile gold leaf painting. Har Mandir – the lofty place of worship, Chandra Mahal with its artworks on lime mortars Phool Mahal with its stunning inset reflect work and Sheesh Mahal with its one of a kind mirror chamber decorates the fort.and the Karnimata Temple at Deshnok. Likewise visit the lofty camel reproducing ranch at night.
Day 5: Bikaner-Departure
After breakfast, look at from lodging and exchange to railroad station for the onwards venture.