6 Nights / 7 Days
Rajasthan’s big-ticket attractions are its magnificent forts and palaces. The rainbow of fire-engine red turbans and emerald green and canary yellow saris is simply dazzling. Little wonder so many fashion designers find their inspiration and raw materials in this state. The lucky visitor might even see a flash of orange while tiger-spotting in Ranthambhore National Park. In addition, stunning handicrafts and fine arts were developed and nurtured through patronage by the maharajas.
Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur forts, Palaces
Welcome to Jaipur. Once you arrive here, our agent will pick you and drop you at the hotel. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan popularly known as the ‘pink city’. Home to some of the most beautiful temples and forts, Jaipur has an aura of its own. Jaipur is a fine portrayal of the majestic gaudy that has constantly recognized the territory of Rajasthan. Home to extravagant castles, transcending fortresses and heavenly sanctuaries, not just has Jaipur effortlessly held its illustrious roots however it gladly shows them for guests to see and experience.
After breakfast, head out with our agent for sightseeing across the city of Jaipur. There are basics to tick off when touring in Jaipur – the front exterior of Hawa Mahal, a voyage through Amber Fort, looking for materials, adornments and painstaking work in the bazaars (markets), and so forth. Be that as it may, these places in Jaipur are sure to keep you mesmerized. This beautiful capital of Rajasthan has the best of colours and history to offer to all its tourists. Stroll down the by lanes of the Old City, and spend time exploring the designs of old structures and tread up the cobbled ways of its fortresses. Once sightseeing is complete here, head back to the hotel for an overnight stay!
On the 3rd day, you will be heading to the beautiful Jodhpur city. After a quick sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, our agent will drive you Jodhpur. Once you arrive here, check in to the hotel and take some rest. You can spend the evening strolling across the nearby market. Jodhpur, the second biggest city in Rajasthan (though pleasingly untainted by erratic advancement), has an intriguing past. On the off chance that you were pondering, indeed, it is the place jodhpurs got their name from! Jodhpur is renowned for its blue structures, which were initially painted to connote that they were possessed by Brahmins, the most elevated position in India. Present day Jodhpur extends well past the city dividers, however it’s the instantaneousness and buzz of the old Blue City and the overwhelming fortification that catch voyagers’ creative impulses. Walk around the medieval avenues in the Sun City and shop for collectibles, Rajasthani mojris and juttis or bright bandhani at the well-known Nai Sarak or Sardar market.
On the 4th day, indulge in some authentic delicacy at the hotel. Once that is done, head out to explore the city. Visit the compelling Mehrangarh Fort and experience the compositional artful culmination that towers over the curious blue houses. Experience a Rajasthani imperial devour or crevasse on Jodhpuri Mirchi vada and Pyaaz ki Kachori.
Jodhpur is popular for its greenery enclosures, lakes, posts, royal residences, and catacombs, making it a hotspot for visitors. The Balsamand Lake and royal residence is a prominent outing spot and brings you closer to nature away from the clamouring city. The Umaid Bhawan royal residence exhibition hall houses a rally of exemplary vehicles extending from Rolls Royce’s, hummers to Mercedes and Jaguar. Spend a serene night in a provincial tent at the Thar Desert to encounter your vacation in the genuine Rajasthani way.
Early morning head for quick breakfast and then drive to Jaisalmer. Once you arrive here, our executives will drop you at the pre-booked hotel, check into the hotel and take some rest. Popularly known as the ‘Queen of Thar,’ Jaisalmer is inarguably the best destination in Rajasthan. Popular to offer sightseers an unparalleled view, this mainstream destination is the entryway to socially and verifiably rich Rajasthan. It is here in Jaisalmer that one can observe the ideal amalgamation of nature, design, and culture.
On the 6th day, you will get the chance to explore the nooks and corners of Jaisalmer. Visit the popular trail in Indo-Pakistan and visit destinations such as Jain asylum, and the War Museum. The sand ridges, neighborhood towns, customary cooking styles, religious and social landmarks and substantially more are there which eventually bring to light the best appeal of the city. No place better summons fascinating camel ride than Jaisalmer. Do partake in these rides to enjoy the best here! They are the underlying foundations of dominating Indian culture amid the medieval period. A plenty of hues, and customs here is sure to give you memories umpteen!
On day 7, your tour comes to an end. Early morning after breakfast at the hotel, our agent will drop you at Jodhpur airport. With memories umpteen head back home.