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Best Of Rajasthan 8 nights & 9 days Package

Package Duration
9 Days / 8 Nights
Destination Covered
Jaipur - Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Udaipur

  • Day 1 : Jaipur

    Description :

    Arrival At Jaipur And Transfer To Hotel. Jaipur, Widely Known As The 'Pink City, Is Color Washed Pink To Welcome Prince Albert, The Consort Of Queen Victoria Of England Who Visited India In 1883 A.D. The City Was Founded In 1727 A.D By One Of The Greatest Ruler Jai Singh Ii. Jaipur Is Surrounded By Hills On Three Sides, Crowned By Formidable Forts And Majestic Palaces, Mansions And Gardens. Jaipur Is The Only City In The World, Which Is Sub-Divided In To Nine Rectangular Sectors Symbolizing Nine Divisions Of Universe. Jaipur Is The First Planned City Designed In Accordance With 'Shilpa Shastra'- Epochal Treatise Of Hindu Architecture.Evening Rest Of Day Is At Leisure, Free For Independent Activities. Overnight Stay At Your Hotel.

    Day 2 : Jaipur

    • Hawa Mahal
    • Amber Fort

    Description :

    Morning: Enjoy Your Breakfast At The Hotel; Later Proceed For The Excursion To Amber Fort, Here You Can Enjoy The Elephant Ride To Reach Atop Of The Palace. (Subject To Availability And Optional)This Journey On Embellished Elephants Is Bound To Enrich Your Memories With The Royal Lifestyle Of The Maharajas And Leave You With A Truly Unforgettable Experience. Inside The Fort Visit The Hall Of Victory Or Jag Mandir - Is The Famed Sheesh Mahal- A Room With All The Four Walls And Ceiling Completely Embedded With Glittering Mirror Pieces, Which Were Specially Imported From Belgium During That Period. Continue Your Journey: With The City Tour Of Jaipur- Visiting Maharaja'S City Palace, The Former Royal Residence, Partof It Converted Into A Museum. A Small Portion Is Still Used By The Royal Family Of Jaipur.
    One Of The Major Attractions In The Museum Is The Portion Known As Armoury Museum, Housing An Impressive Array Of Weaponry-Pistols, Blunderbusses, Flintlocks, Swords, Rifles And Daggers. Later Visit The Jantar Mantar, Which Is The Largest Stone And Marble Crafted Observatory In The World, Having 17 Large Instruments, Many Of Them Still In Working Condition. During The Tour You Will Also Have A Brief Photography Stop At Hawa Mahal - The Palace Of Winds. Overnight Stay At Your Hotel.

    Day 3 : Jaipur - Ajmer - Pushkar - Jodhpur (400kms)

    Description :

    Enjoy Your Breakfast This Morning At The Hotel, Check Out And Proceed And Drive To Jodhpur. En Route, Visit Pushkar And Ajmer, 150 Km & Approx 03 Hours. Ajmer Is The Most Sacred Of All Muslim Places Of Pilgrimage In India. It Is A Green Oasis On The Shore Of Ana Sagar Lake, Hemmed In By Barren Hills. Historically, Ajmer Was Always Of Great Strategic Importance. It Was Founded In 7Th Century By Ajaipal Chauhan. He Named It Ajaimeru The 'Invincible Hill'. The City'S Muslim History Began When Prithviraj Chauhan Lost Ajmer To Sultan Muhammad Ghori In 1193 A.D. The Persian Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, Who Came With Muhammad Ghori From Persia In 1192 Settled Here. Thus The Place Where He Was Buried Is Today Known As The Dargah Sharif.
    Construction Of The Shrine Was Completed By Humayun And The Gates Were Added By The Nizam Of Hyderabad. Later Shah Jahan Constructed A Mosque Of White Marble; It Has 11 Arches And A Persian Inscription Running The Full Length Of The Building. Leave For A Visit To Pushkar. Pushkar Is A Mellow, Serene And Bewitching Little Town Which Attracts
    Those In Search Of Some Respite From The Tumult Of India. Pushkar Is Right On The Edge Of The Desert And Is Only 11 Km From Ajmer But Separated From It By Nag Pahar, The Snake Mountain. This Traveler-Friendly Town Clings To The Side Of The Small Pushkar Lake With Its Many Bathing Ghats And Temples. For Hindus, Pushkar Is A Very Important Pilgrimage Centre And You'Ll See Plenty Of Sadhus (Individuals On A Spiritual Search). Pushkar Boasts Temples, The Most Famous Is The Brahma Temple, Said To Be One Of The Few Temples In The World Dedicated To This Deity.
    After Lunch Drive To Jodhpur 230 Kms. Jodhpur - An Oasis In The Arid Thar Desert, Jodhpur Is The Second Largest City In The State Of Rajasthan. Representing This Colorful City With Shades Of Blue, Jodhpur Has A History That Is Rich And A Present That Beckons Strongly To The Discerning Tourist. Forts And Palaces, Temples And Havelis, Culture And Tradition, Spices And Fabrics, Color And Texture, Jodhpur Has Them All And In Plenty. Situated In Western Rajasthan, Jodhpur Has Long Attracted Both The Domestic And Outside Tourist. It Not Only Offers Tangibles, In Terms Of What You Can See And Buy But Also Fills One With A Sense Of History And The Splendors Of An Era Gone Forever. Overnight Stay At Hotel.

    Day 4 : Jodhpur - Jaisalmer (300kms)

    Description :

    Enjoy Your Breakfast This Morning At The Hotel, Check Out And Proceed And Drive To Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer - A Fairy-Tale Town In The Thar Desert Founded About 800 Years Ago By Rajah Jaisal. Unlike Any Other City, This Desert Fortress Is One Of Rajasthan'S Most Exotic And Unusual Towns. Jaisalmer, An Important Ancient Trading Centre Because Of Its Strategic Location On The Camel Trade Routes, Is Often Described As The 'Golden City'. The Havelis, Built By Merchants Of The 19Th Century, Are Exquisitely Carved From Golden-Yellow Sandstone And Are Still In A Beautiful Condition.
    The Fort Built By Rawal Jaisal In The 12Th Century, Stands On The 80 Metre High Trikuta Hill, With Beautifully Carved Jain Temples. The Annual Desert Festival Takes Place In January And February Each Year And Is A Riot Of Color And Activity. Jaisalmer Is Also Famous For Its Embroidery, Rajasthani Mirror Work, Rugs, Blankets, Antique, And Stonework And Camel Safaris Into The Barren Sand-Dune Desert. Afternoon Is Free To Walk Around In The Colorful And Bustling Bazaars. Overnight Stay At Hotel.

    Day 5 : Jaisalmer

    Description :

    Enjoy Your Breakfast This Morning At The Hotel, Check Out And Proceed And Drive To Jaisalmer. Visit The Famous Havelis (Mansions) Known For Their Frescoes. Jaisalmer'S Strategic Position On The Camel Terrain Route Bought It Great Wealth. The Merchants Grew Prosperous And Commissioned Great Havelis, Or Mansions, To Flaunt Their Ever-Growing Status In Society. Made Of Local Golden-Yellow Sand Stone And Wood, Some Of The Havelis Are Still In Excellent Condition. The Most Elaborate And Magnificent Of All The Jaisalmer Havelis Is The Patwaon Ki Haveli. Five Jain Brothers Built The Haveli Between 1800 And 1860. Salim Singh Ki Haveli And Nathmal Ki Haveli Are The Other Two Havelis That Are Opened To Visitors. Built In 1156 By The Bhatti Ruler, Jaisal, The Fort Here Stands Atop The 80 M High Trikuta Hill.
    3 Walls And Features 99 Bastions Surround The Fort. Over The Centuries, The Golden Sand Stone Fortress Witnessed Many Battles Between The Bhattis, The Mughals And The Rathors Of Jodhpur. Within The Fort Complex Lie The Beautifully Carved Jain Temples Built Between The 12Th And 15Th Centuries. The Maharawals (Rulers) Of Jaisalmer Were Devout Hindus But Were Tolerant Of Jainism, And Encouraged Art And Religion. There Are 7 Temples In The Complex - Chandraprabhu, Parasnath, Shitalnath, Sambhavnath, Shantinath, Kunthunath And Rikhabdev Temple.
    In The Evening, Proceed For The Excursion To Sam Sand Dunes. Located At A Distance Of 42 Kilometers From Jaisalmer, Sam Sand Dunes Is The Closest Point To Witness The Total Sandy Desert. You Can Also See The Patterns And Motifs Created By The Shifting Sands And Air. Moreover, Sam Sand Dunes Also Provide You With An Unforgettable Experience Of Camel Rides And The Sunset. Overnight Stay At Hotel.

  • Other Benefits (On Arrival)
    Description :
    02 nights in Jaipur
    02 nights in Jodhpur
    02 nights in Jaisalmer
    02 nights in Udaipur
    Package Excludes :
    • Monuments Entrance Fee.
    • Services Of English Speaking Local Guide.
    • Elephant Ride At Amber Fort Jaipur.
    • Camel Ride At Jaisalmer.
    • Jeep Safari At Jodhpur
    • Boat Ride At Udaipur
    • Expense Of Personal Nature Like Tipping, Laundry, Telephone / Fax Calls, Alcoholic Beverages,
    • Camera/Video Camera Fee At Monuments, Medical Expenses, Airport Departure Tax Etc.Any Other
    • Services Not Mentioned In The Inclusions
    • International Or Domestic Airfare / Train Fare
    • Any Expenses Caused By Reasons Beyond Our Control Such As Road Blocks, Accidents & Any Medical
    • Evacuations. Any Train Delays, Or Re-Scheduling Etc. Any Visa Fees, Insurance Fees, Etc. Any Tips To
    • Hotel Staff, Local Guides, Drivers Etc. Any Meals Apart From The Ones Mentioned Above. Any
    • Expenses Apart From The Ones Above.

Contact Detail

Axis Journeys

Contact Person :-

Mr. Bharat Singh Rathore

Address :- Office No: 202, First Floor, Lodha Complex, Near Shastri Circle, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India - 313001

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