Trip To Jodhpur
Convenience in a very much designated room
Breakfast on day by day buffet premise
All exchanges and touring according to the agenda in a cooled vehicle.
All Toll charges, Parking and State Tax
Anything not specified under ‘Bundle Inclusions’
Every single individual cost, discretionary visits and additional dinners
Camera expenses, alcoholic/non-mixed drinks, mineral water and starters
Vehicle benefit on recreation days for touring excluded in the schedule
Extra charges at all landmarks and historical centers said in the agenda
Day 1 – Arrive in Jodhpur | Sightseeing near Jodhpur
Upon arrival at the airport/railway station, meet a Yatra representative, who assist you. Drive to the hotel and check-in. Jodhpur, the desert city embellished with prominent monuments, beautiful shrines and bustling markets, has a charming aura to it.
In the afternoon, take up a short excursion to Bishnoi Village that will offer you a chance to get glimpses of the simplicity of the rural India. Untouched by the mighty hands of commercialisation, Bishnoi Village is a paradise where nature and mankind flourish in harmony together. The village is home to potters, weavers, shoe makers, shepherds and the Bishnoi community. The Bishnois inhabiting the village are stern believers of the sanctity of plant and animal life.
You would be delighted to spot beautiful demoiselle cranes and animals like black bucks, blue bulls and chinkaras around Guda Bishnoi Lake. The images of thatched huts, mud walls and a life that is not ruled by the modern tools of the 21st century will transfer you to old India.After this enriching jaunt, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 2 – Sightseeing in Jodhpur
Gear up for an exciting sightseeing tour of the city. Popularly known as the Sun City, Jodhpur served as the capital of Marwar Kingdom in the past. Most of the houses in the city are painted in blue colour giving the city a unique look. Soak yourself in the regalia of the city as you visit the Mehrangarh Fort, which stands tall on a 150 m high hill. Covering an area of over 5 km, it is one of the largest forts in the country. You would be mesmerised by the authentic look of the fort that has latticed windows, ornately-carved panels and elaborately-designed windows. The fort houses a museum that showcases costumes, weapons and paintings of the bygone era.
Afterwards, visit Jaswant Thada, a white marble mausoleum of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. Inside the beautiful cenotaph, you can find portraits of the erstwhile rulers of the city. After a visit to these architectural splendours, you can visit the local markets of Jodhpur. Have a fun-filled evening shopping for antique stuffs and footwear.In the evening, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3 – Drive from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer (270 km/approx. 5 hours)
Proceed for a visit to the Golden City – Jaisalmer. Marked by silky sand dunes of the Thar Desert, the city attracts tourists from every nook and corner of the world. It was founded by a Bhati Rajput ruler, called Rawal Jaisal, in AD 1156. Upon arrival in Jaisalmer, check-in at the hotel.In the evening, visit the Jaisalmer Fort, the true essence of the desert city. Also known as the Sonar Quila or the Golden Fort, the yellow sandstone monument makes for a pretty picture amidst the golden hues of the desert. The fort complex consists of beautiful havelis, several temples and residences of armies and traders.Another landmark of the city is the Patwon-Ki-Haveli, counted among one of the largest havelis in the city. This five-storey building is a cluster of five havelis and is famous for its miniatures, balconies and architecture. With walls adorned with colourful paintings, balconies with elaborate carvings and dazzling mirror work, the haveli is a prominent tourist attraction of the city.
Return to the hotel and stay overnight.