This 10 Nights 11 Days Rajasthan trip includes sightseeing in Jaipur, Bikaner, and Jaisalmer as well as visits to the forts and palaces in Jaipur and the Deshnok Bikaner palace, fort, and garden in Udaipur. The visitor who wants to visit the most cities in Rajasthan in a short amount of time should choose this tour. At Jaipur, the visitor can take an elephant ride, eat at Chokhi Dhani, and take a boat ride.
➢ Greetings from the lovely Pink City; please visit the City Palace, Observatory, Take a walking tour of the vibrant streets and bazaars of Jaipur City in the evening.
➢ The unique architecture and town planning that make Jaipur so beautiful may be seen even in the most ordinary locations, such its squares and lanes.
➢ Visit the Jantar Mantar Observatory and City Palace in Jaipur.
➢ Hotel stay the night.
➢ Early-morning tour to Amber Fort with an elephant ride. Amber Fort is one of the most stunning examples of Rajasthani forts and offers a magnificent perspective of the city below.
➢ Afternoon city sightseeing tours are available in Jaipur, which has a wide variety of tourist sites. The City Palace, located in the centre of Jaipur, is renowned for its fusion of Mughal and Rajasthani design.
➢ The Central Museum, which houses a sizable collection of pottery, brassware, jewellery, costumes, and woodwork, is not far away.
➢ The largest of Sawai Jai Singh's five observatories, Jantar Mantar, is a different monument close to the City Palace.
➢ The Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of Winds, was built so that the royal ladies could see the royal processions covertly.
➢ One of Rajasthan's most popular tourist destinations is Pushkar.
➢ Pushkar is well-known worldwide and is distinguished by its beautiful valley, mountainous areas, unusual scenic locations, and numerous significant pilgrimage sites. It also serves as one of India's most important Hindu pilgrimage sites and is home to the world's only temple to Lord Brahma.
➢ Visit Pushkar in the afternoon on foot; there are many sights in Pushkar. Along with some beautiful locations, this area is home to more than 400 temples, which draw visitors each year.
➢ While at Pushkar, you should make it a point to visit the Brahma Temple, Gau Ghat, Nag Hill, Markendeya Rishi Ashram, Pap Mochini Temple, Agastya Muni Ashram, and Gaya Kund, among other sacred sites.
➢ In addition, the Pushkar Bazaar, the Savitri Temple, and the gorgeous lake are all worthwhile stops.
➢ Nighttime in Pushkar.
➢ On day four, depart from your accommodation and continue on to Udaipur, your next stop.
➢ The picturesque, mediaeval City of Lakes of Udaipur is just 5 hours' drive from Pushkar.
➢ The city provides a glimpse into Rajputana era history as the capital of the old Mewar kingdom.
➢ Once you get in the city, check into a hotel and take a break.
➢ You can take a stroll around the area in the evening. Have a relaxing night's sleep.
➢ Start your sightseeing excursion at Sahelion-Ki-Bari after breakfast.
➢ Visit the Museum of Folk Art after that to see its extensive array of folk costumes, puppets, dolls, masks, ornaments, musical instruments, and paintings.
➢ Visit the City Palace afterwards. Four generations of Maharajas added mansions and palaces to this, India's largest palace complex.
➢ You may go to the palace's museum, which has a lovely mosaic depicting a peacock and little wall paintings depicting Indian mythology.
➢ Take a boat ride on Lake Pichola in the evening.
➢ Spend the night at the Udaipur hotel.
➢ After breakfast, leave the hotel and drive to Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan that is tucked away in the beautiful Aravalli Hills.
➢ Visit the hotel to check in after arrival. Take a brief break before seeing the well-known Dilwara Jain temples. The Dilwara Jain Temples were built during the eleventh and thirteenth century.
➢ Once you've visited the temple, head to Nakki Lake. Hills surround this man-made lake on all sides.
➢ Take a trip up to Sunset Point in the bazaar in the evening for a beautiful view of the sun setting.
➢ Stay the night at the Mount Abu hotel.
➢ After completing a comprehensive local sightseeing tour of the hill town on day 7, you will travel via Ranakpur to Jodhpur.
➢ Visit the renowned Ranakpur Jain Temple, which is home to 200 intricately carved pillars. Continue driving toward Jodhpur after that, and when you get there, check into a hotel to spend the night.
➢ Check out of the hotel after breakfast and begin your sightseeing tour early in the morning.
➢ Due to the majority of the ancient city's houses being painted blue, Jodhpur, the second-largest city in Rajasthan, is also referred to as the "blue city."
➢ A 10 km long wall with 101 bastions and seven gates encircles the old city. You stop by the Mehrangarh Fort, which was constructed on a steep slope, as part of your tour of Jodhpur.
➢ The fort is one of the greatest in India, and the apartment complexes have excellent latticed windows.
➢ Continue on to the Jaswant Thada, a royal cenotaph made of white marble, later.
You also stroll around Jodhpur's bazaar.
➢ Drive through the desert in the late evening on the way to Jaisalmer.
➢ Take a city sightseeing excursion after breakfast.
➢ The main draws of the city are the magnificent Jain temples inside Sonar Quila, the palace museum inside Jaisalmer Fort, which showcases a rich collection of imperial garments and artefacts possessed by the royal family of Jaisalmer, and havelis with intricate designs and latticed windows like Patwaon-ki-Haveli and the Gadisar Lake.
➢ Take a 40-kilometer trip from Jaisalmer to Sam Dunes in the late evening to experience a camel cart ride to Sunset Point and Sam Sand Dunes.
➢ You may also go on a camel safari to discover the true beauty and wonders of the desert. Visit a hotel in Jaisalmer for the night.
➢ You'll depart for your last destination, Bikaner, on day 10.
➢ When you reach to Binkaner, check into your hotel, get ready to explore, and then leave. ➢ Visit the well-known tourist destinations first, such as the Junagarh Fort and the Bhandasar Jain Temples.
➢ Later, you can take part in a desert camel safari. In the evening, have a stroll around the area before going back to the hotel.
➢ In the hotel, spend the night.
➢ Check out of the hotel after breakfast and drive to Jaipur, where you will be taken to the airport to catch your flight to your next destination.
- Pickup & Drop.
- Accommodation as per tour itinerary.
- Welcome Drink on Arrival.
- Use of Individual Cab as per itinerary.
- Transfers: Destination To Hotel - Destination.
- Transport Charges: Parking, Fuel & Driver Expenses
- All Sight-seeing as per tour itinerary.
- All Applicable Taxes.
- Airfare/ Train Fare.
- Charges for early Check-In & late Check-Out at Hotel.
- Personal Expenses like, Laundry shopping, Lunch & Snacks.
- Monument Entry Fee / Camera Fees.
- Adventure Activities - River Rafting, Skiing, Paragliding.
- 5% GST Extra.