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Best Plan for a tour around Rajasthan

The fantastic blend of longstanding fascinating culture, gracious hospitality and traditions can be only practices in the multi coloured state of Rajasthan. Each time you take a trip around this state, you will stumble upon an unanticipated surprise, be it the fortresses of Jaipur or the magnificent Birla temple. While Pushkar and Ajmer are a sanctuary for the religious inclined people, Pushkar is the place where tourists can admire one of the nation’s most vivid cattle fair. The combination and vividness of the places are truly a wow factor for a visitor. The tour around Rajasthan will not make you feel bored even for one split second. The state is all about brilliance and record.

There are numerous travel agencies that can help you admire the beauty and charm of Rajasthan.

The best day-by-day circuit to enjoy a best tour around Rajasthan is presented below:

The tour itinerary given below covers almost all vital destinations of Rajasthan in 13 days. The major places included in this tour package are: Jaipur, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer , Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar and Ranthambhor . Take a look!!

First Day in Jaipur:

Get hooked by the gracious welcoming of a tour executive who will pick you from the main way out of the Railway station/ Airport and transport you to the hotel in a private car. A brief welcome note that swathes the different parts of your tour package is presented to make sure that all tourists have the unsurpassed experience out of their vacation. Then, tourists will be surrender their travel belongings that contains all significant credentials need for their trip. This may include rail/air tickets, transport, hotel vouchers, sightseeing vouchers, writing pads, tour guide, and other documents related to travel. Get pleasure from the non-compulsory authentic Rajasthani feast for dinner at an ethnic way out in the evening or go for a shopping spree in the multi-colored markets places of Jaipur.

Second day in Jaipur:

Tourists can enjoy the guided tour around city includes a stopover in the grandiose Amber fort. Tourists can climb up the fort by taking an elephant ride or a jeep safari. The Key attractions of Jaipur are the Sukh Mandir, the temple of happiness that is suitably named as pleasure chamber that is chilled up by an eye-catching water fall and the Sheesh Mahal (the Mirror palace). Also, you can halt to admire the beauty of some of the architectural spectacles of Jaipur such as, the Palace of wind, the city palace complex and Jantar Mantar, the great observatory.

Third day from Jaipur to Mandawa (four hours/200km):

Shekhawati district: In the morning, drive to Mandawa in Shekhawati district from Jaipur. After lunch, get started to travel around the Shekhawati region that is renowned for its grand Havelis that once were the possessions of the rich merchants of that region.

Fourth day from Mandawa to Bikaner (four hours/220 km):

Fortress in wilderness: Take a drive in west to reach the fortress in wilderness known as “Bikaner”. Tucked away in the ruthless arid region of western Rajasthan, Bikaner is placed in fairly isolated metropolis. Tourists can begin their day by visiting the extraordinary Junagarh Fort. It is astonishing for the reason that, unlike all other chief forts of Rajasthan that are placed on the top of the knolls, Junagarh Fort was constructed on the plains of desolate tract itself. The interiors of the extravagantly bedecked palace complex are better conserved than just about in any other place in Rajasthan. What’s more, pay a visit to the camel breeding farm and the celebrated Karni Matha temple (rat temple) at Deshnok.

Fifth day from Bikaner to Jaisalmer (6-7 hours/355 km):

The Golden refuge: Driving further western side can take you to the golden oasis of Rajasthan known as Jaisalmer. At this place, it looks like a legendary-craftsman took 1 gigantic piece of stonework and tolerantly built the whole conurbation. During the rest of the day, tourists can travel around the Gadsisar, the gorgeous artificial lake which is the only source of water that Jaisalmer owned for many years. Also, take a look at the majestic monuments at Bada Bagh.

Sixth day to Jaisalmer:

Undulating Sand dunes: Pay a visit to one of the most striking forts of Rajasthan, in the morning and explore the forts from all the aspects and don’t forget to take some wonderful snaps. Manak Chowk and Havelis such as Patwon ki Haveli are also must-see’s. After lunch, walk around the bazaars and drive towards the rising and falling sand dunes by taking a camel ride at sunset.

Seventh day from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur (6 hours/305 km):

The Sun City: Driving towards east takes you to Jodhpur, the Blue City of Rajasthan. The city of Jodhpur was established in the year 1459. Ascend the stately Mehrangarh fort and see the sights. Also, visit the marble commemorative plaque at Jaswant Thada before going to the hotel.

Eighth day from Jodhpur to Udaipur (5 hrs/269 km):

Drive towards the southern side to reach Udaipur, the stunning city of lakes often called the “Venice of East”. While traveling, you can also see the fantastic Jain temples at Ranakpur.

Ninth day at Udaipur:

City of Lakes: In the morning, visit the City Palace complex which dwells a museum and one hotel. Admire the captivating parts of the fortress called the “Mor Chowk (Peacock courtyard)”, with its walls roofed with a theatrical glass mosaic reprieve of dancing peacocks. Visit the garden of the maids and Jagdish temple as well. In the twilight, take pleasure in the boat ride over Pichola Lake with milieu of dusk. The fine-looking city of lakes Udaipur is often known as the “Venice of the east” and the Kashmir of the Rajasthan.

Tenth day from Udaipur to Pushkar (300km/ 5 1/2hrs):

Sanctified City of Rajasthan: Drive north side to arrive at the hallowed city of Rajasthan known as the Pushkar. It is a place of worship with one of the very few temples in India devoted to deity Brahma, the Creator god. Pushkar is the major spot of a yearly camel fair. Visit an assortment of ghats of Pushkar Lake as well.

Eleventh day from Pushkar to Ranthambhore (6 hrs/300km):

Paradise for Tiger: Drive south east direction to arrive at the Ranthambhore and check into a hotel to book an all night stay.

Twelfth day at Ranthambhore:

The whole day at Ranthambore is spent to benefit from the morning and afternoon safari.

Thirteenth day from Ranthambhore to Jaipur (4 hours/176 km):

Return back: Drive towards north to reach the Jaipur airport to catch a flight for your further voyage towards the preferred destination.

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