Pushkar Rajasthan Holiday Trip
- Accommodation in a well appointed room
- Daily breakfast on buffet basis
- All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- All Toll taxes, Parking & State Tax
- 5.0% government service tax
- Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
- All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals
- Camera fees, alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages, mineral water and starters
- Vehicle service on leisure days for sightseeing not included in the itinerary
- Entrance fees at all monuments and museums mentioned in the itinerary
- Medical and travel insurance
- Tips, laundry and phone calls
Day 1 – Explore the imperial magnetism of the `Pink City (Jaipur)
Start your trip at Jaipur, and reach your hotel to complete the check-in process. First, visit Hawa Mahal, famous for its red and pink sandstone beehive like structure. Called the `Palace of Winds’, this building was used by royal ladies, to observe the happenings of the city. Next, explore the City Palace, built between 1729 and 1732 by the ruler of Amer. It is known for its stunning architecture and beautiful palaces. Lastly, learn about the distinctive astronomical structures of Jantar Mantar, a 200-year-old observatory.
Day 2 – Unravel the heritage and glory of Jaipur (Jaipur)
On this day, leave your hotel and restart your sightseeing trip by first visiting the extraordinary Amber Fort. Here, you can witness the awe-inspiring, grand carved gates, mirrored ceilings, and lavish courtyards. Next, arm yourself to be hypnotized by the beauty of Jal Mahal, built in the center of Man Sagar Lake. Set out to seek the grace of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi at the celebrated Birla Temple. This white-marble temple was built by the Birla family. Return and halt at your hotel for a night.
Day 3 – Immerse in the holy ambiance of Pushkar (Jaipur-Pushkar)
On day three, travel to the holy city of Pushkar and after arrival, check in at the hotel. Freshen up and start to explore the `Tirth Raj’ by first visiting the holy Pushkar Lake. Sprinkled all around the lake, there are 52 bathing Ghats, where devotees take a dip to cleanse their soul. Afterwards, visit the awe-inspiring Brahma Temple, Savitri Temple, Varaha Temple, and Ramavaikunth Temple. If you are here between 5th and 15th November then you can visit the grand annual fair of Pushkar, which is famous for its festivities. Return and take rest at your hotel.
Day 4 – Enjoy the serene and beautiful Mt Abu (Pushkar-Mount Abu)
Check out from the hotel in Pushkar and travel to Mount Abu. On arrival, check in at the hotel and get ready for some new experiences. Visit the celebrated pilgrimage destination of Jain devotees, the Dilwara Jain Temples. Next, immerse yourself in the captivating views at the scenic Guru Shikhar. You will have to walk for some distance as vehicles are not allowed to this spot. Then visit the glistening Nakki Lake, which according to the Hindu mythology, is believed to have been scooped out with nails by the gods. Later on, browse through the shops at Mall Road, and enjoy some relaxing time.
Day 5 – Explore the picturesque romantic city (Mount Abu- Udaipur)
On the fifth day, enjoy your journey to Udaipur. Finish the check-in formalities at the hotel, and begin your excursion at the spectacular City Palace. Built on the east bank of Lake Pichola, this compound comprises a series of palaces. Adorned with arched gates, courtyards, a museum, terraces, and corridors, this tour will surely leave you mesmerized. Afterwards, enjoy a relaxing boat ride at Lake Pichola. Visit the Jagdish Temple, which displays the Maru-Gurjara architecture. Lastly, explore the Lok Kala Mandal and learn about the rich folk culture of Udaipur.
Day 6 – Enjoy a blissful retreat (Udaipur)
With a new day, restart your excursion by visiting the alluring Sahelion Ki Bari. This `Garden of Maidens’, bejeweled with fountains and landscaped gardens, was used as a relaxing retreat by the royal ladies. Next, stop by the 18th-century Bagore Ki Haveli, and learn about its remarkable history and architecture. End your day with a visit to the grand Sajjangarh Palace, known as the `Monsoon Palace’. A 19th-century summer retreat for the royal family of Mewar, this extraordinary palace sits beautifully on a hilltop, embracing gardens, courtyards, and various other sections. Get a good night’s sleep after returning to your hotel.