Jodhpur Rajasthan Tour Package
Pick and Drop at time of landing/flight
Driver’s remittance, Road assessment and Fuel charges
Tea/Coffee Kettle in the Room
Any Airfare/Train admission
Day 1 – Arrive Jaipur
,Upon landing in Jaipur airplane terminal or railroad station, our rep will meet and help you in getting exchanged to the lodging in a cooled auto. Rest of the day is at your relaxation. Remain medium-term at the lodging in Jaipur.
Day 2 – Jaipur Local
Post a yummy breakfast, visit the Amber Fort, which was worked in the sixteenth century and appreciate an elephant ride here at your very own expense. Drive past the Hawa Mahal-a royal residence of winds. Afterward, toward the evening, visit the City Palace and Museum and stroll to adjoining Jantar Mantar a galactic Observatory and furthermore headover to the Jal Mahal. Rest of the night is at recreation. Medium-term remain in Jaipur.
Day 3 – Jaipur – Jodhpur in transit visiting Pushkar/Ajmer
After a healthy breakfast, drive to Jodhpur which was the base of the savage Rathore Clan. In Pushkar, visit the Brahma Temple, the Pushkar Lake, Man Mahal and Savitri Temple. Touch base in Jodhpur and get exchanged to the inn. Night remain in Jodhpur.
Day 4 – Jodhpur Local
After a generous breakfast, continue for a touring voyage through Jodhpur. Visit the Mehrangarh Fort, arranged on a low sandstone slope. Inside the stronghold, visit the Phool Mahal. Additionally make a beeline for the Jaswant Thada, or, in other words marble cenotaph, worked in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II around 1899 and keep in mind the delightful Umaid Public Gardens that will breath life into your faculties. Later drive to Udaipur and on the way visit Ranakpur. Upon landing, get exchanged to an inn in Udaipur where offices for night stay will be masterminded.
Appreciate a slobber commendable breakfast and continue for touring voyage through Udaipur. Visit the City Palace Museum, the Jagdish Temple, Saheliyon-Ki-Bari, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir (Folk Art Museum) and the Pratap Memorial. Make the most of your night remain in Udaipur.
Day 6 – Departure
After breakfast, get exchanged to the air terminal and make the most of your ahead adventure.
Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
The Mehrangarh Fort, built by Rao Jodha in 1459 in Jodhpur, is one of the largest forts in the country. It is situated at the top of a 410 feet elevated hill and guarded by massive walls. Located in the centre of the city, the fort covers an area of approximately 5 Kms of a hill. Its walls have a height of 36 metres and width of 21 metres.The intricate carvings on the walls of the fort, the sprawling courtyards, its impressive history, striking palaces, museums and galleries allures tourists from all over the world. To reach the fort, seven gates have to be crossed namely Victory Gate, Fateh Gate, Gopal Gate, Bhairon Gate, Dedh Kamgra Gate, Marti Gate and finally Loha Gate. The first defensive gate is the Victory gate which was built by Maharaja Man Singh in the year 1806 to celebrate his victory against Jaipur and Bikaner. Maharaja Ajit Singh built Fateh Pol on his victory over the Mughals. Dedh Kamgra Gate still bears the marks of cannon balls which were bombarded during wars.
Loha Gate, the last one is a very special gate. It has sharp iron spikes to protect from enemies? elephants. Also, on the walls inside the gate are the handprints of Maharaja Man Singh?s widows who left the palace in 1843 to commit Sati. Within the fort, there are magnificent palaces like Sheesh Mahal and Phool Mahal which will leave you awestruck. Also, the fort has one of the well-stocked museums of Rajasthan. There are six different galleries in the Mehrangarh Museum: Elephant’s howdahs, Palanquins, Daulat Khana, Armoury, Paintings and the Turban Gallery. National Geological Monument, Nagnecha Mataji Temple, Chamunda Temple and Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park are the tourist attractions in Mehrangarh Fort.
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.