From the palatial forts and palaces on the one hand to the well-lit temples and shrines on the other, Rajasthan has an appealing collection of both. Embark on a trip to three of the most visited places in Rajasthan − Jaipur, Pushkar, and Udaipur. Fast emerging as a major metropolis, Jaipur, famous for its history and architecture, is a tourist attraction for travelers from all over the world. Home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites and full of cultural riches, Udaipur has also become a major spot for tourists. Pushkar is a holy town, renowned for its temples, shrines, and cultural fairs such as the Pushkar Mela. This 6-day package offered by us is a treat for all. Book the package for a delightful holiday.
Detailed Day Wise Itinerary
Day 1 – A walk through the Pink City! (Jaipur)
Your exploration of Rajasthan begins in Jaipur. Check in at your hotel on arrival and get set to visitthe City Palace, a magnificent 18th-century palace that has now been converted into an art galleryand royal residence. After taking in the opulent view, trace your footsteps to Jantar Mantar. It’s aheritage site of the 18th century, where astronomical observations were made. Later, walk to the Hawa Mahal, a palace made of red and pink sandstone commonly known as ‘Palace of Winds’. Headback to your hotel for a good night’s rest at the end of the day.
Day 2 – Into the heart of forts and temples (Jaipur)
Continue your expedition to the Pink City as you head to Amber Fort, a principle tourist spot with thechief features of Mughal and Rajput elements and artistry. Later, visit Jal Mahal, an architecturalwonder located in the middle of the Man Sagar lake. The scenic beauty will surely leave you tongue-tied. In the evening, pay a visit to the Birla Temple. The lit-up ambiance of the temple in the eveningis a treat for the eyes.
Day 3 – The fairs and temple of Pushkar (Pushkar)
After completing the check-out procedures, head to the holy town of Pushkar, known for its fairsand temples. Check in at your hotel and relax for a while. Head to the Pushkar Lake, a sacred lakethat attracts a large number of devotees. Next, visit the Brahma Temple, situated close to the sacredPushkar Lake. If you plan to visit Pushkar during the month of November, be sure to visit thespectacular Pushkar Mela. You can also visit the Savitri Temple and the Varaha Temple.
Day 4 – The colors of Udaipur! (Udaipur)
On arrival at the City of Lakes, check-in at your hotel. Begin your journey of exploring Udaipur byvisiting the City Palace. It is a vast structural, lakeside monument, built over 200 years ago. Then,head to Lake Pichola for an exciting boat ride. From the lake’s surface, you can see the vast structureof City Palace looming in front. After the boat ride, you can visit Bagore-Ki- Haveli, a palace famousfor its cultural activities. Later, return to your hotel room and turn in for the day.
Day 5 – The journey continues (Udaipur)
In the morning, you can set out to climb the winding steps to Sajjangarh Fort. This vast palatialresidence overlooking the Fateh Sagar Lake will take your breath away. After descending from SajjanGarh, visit the Lok Kala Mandal. It is widely popular for its puppet show. Later, visit the Saheliyon-Ki-Bari, a garden built by Rana Sangram Singh. At the end of the day, head to the hotel and stayovernight.
Day 6 – Back to home! (Udaipur-Jaipur)
In the morning, check out from your hotel, and leave for Jaipur. Board the flight or train and headback home, carrying along cherished memories.