Udaipur Jaipur Rajasthan Trip Package
- Accommodation in a well appointed room
- Meal as per Plan
- All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- All Toll taxes, Parking & State 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 – Visit Jaisalmer the Golden City (Jaisalmer)
Your voyage through Rajasthan starts at the core of the popular Thar desert – Jaisalmer. On landing in the airplane terminal or railroad station, make a beeline for the lodging and check in. Your first visit will be to the Jaisalmer Fort, otherwise called the Golden Fort of Rajasthan. While you’re here, visit the seven skilfully cut Jain Temples situated inside the stronghold. These sanctuaries are an unquestionable requirement see for those keen on workmanship, history, design, and religion. Only 10 min from the Fort, in the primary city is the Patwon-ki-Haveli which is a colossal five-storied structure that has five extravagantly enriched suites.
Day 2 – Boat rides and camel rides (Jaisalmer)
Prepare for one more day of touring in Jaisalmer. To begin with, you will visitNathmal ki Haveliwhich was the head administrator’s home. At that point, make a beeline for the well known eighteenth century Salim Ji Ki Haveli − the structural wonder that was roused by the move stances of a peacock. Continue to Gadisar Lake which was before the main wellspring of water in the city. You can go for a pontoon ride or even visit the numerous sanctuaries and places of worship around the lake. End the day by visiting the sand rises and getting a charge out of a camel ride before going to the inn.
Day 3 – Discover the Blue City Jodhpur (Jaisalmer Jodhpur)
In the wake of looking at from the inn, make a trip by street to Jodhpur and check in at your inn. Prepare to visit the great Mehrangarh Fort that was alluded to by Rudyard Kipling as ‘crafted by goliaths’. It is one of India’s biggest strongholds and rises 410 feet over the wonderful Jodhpur horizon. When you achieve the best, you get an amazing perspective of the whole city. Found near the Fort is the Taj Mahal of Rajasthan – Jaswant Thada. This structure in cleaned white marble was worked by Maharaja Sardar Singh in memory of his dad.
Day 4 – Day Two in (Jodhpur)
Following a decent night’s rest, prepare to take off for one more day of touring. In the first place, go to Umaid Bhawan Palace − the last extraordinary royal residence in India and one of the world’s biggest private homes. There is a vintage auto gathering in plain view alongside other memorabilia of the Marwar line at the exhibition hall. At that point, you can invest some energy at the neighborhood bazaars to get knickknacks and gifts to reclaim home. Visit the Clock Tower, situated in the Old City before going to the lodging to consider it daily.
Day 5 – Visit Udaipur the Venice of the East (Jodhpur – Udaipur)
In the wake of looking at from your lodging, head out by street to a standout amongst the most sentimental urban areas on the planet – Udaipur. Check in at your lodging and take off with your camera for multi day of touring. Start with the City Palace; the most acclaimed fascination that took just about 400 years to assemble. Found near the royal residence complex is the Jagdish Temple that is known for its structural brightness. Before you end the day, visit the Saheliyon-ki-Bari, a pleasant garden situated on the banks of Fateh Sagar Lake. This was the loosening up spot for the Queen of Udaipur and other imperial women.
Day 6 – Palaces and manikins (Udaipur)
Following a night’s rest, the touring proceeds. Start with Sajjan Garh Palace, a late nineteenth century castle that sits on a peak, giving you incredible perspectives of the lakes and the city underneath. Next, you get the opportunity to kick back and appreciate a customary manikin appear at Lok Kala Mandal. After this, make a beeline for Bagore ki Haveli, a lovely chateau with many rooms that give you an essence of how it feels to ‘live like a lord’. The haveli is situated on the banks of Lake Pichola where you can appreciate a vessel ride before making a beeline for your inn.
Day 7 – Homeward bound (Udaipur-Jaisalmer)
Your seven-day experience of this desert state has reached an end and the time has come to return home. In the wake of looking at from your lodging, continue to Jaisalmer by street and make a beeline for the air terminal or railroad station to twist up your outing.