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Rajasthan Heritage Tour


Arrival transfer from airport to hotel. Jaipur – The capital of Rajasthan is popularly known as the “Pink City” as the buildings in its old city walls are all built in pink sandstone. Jaipur owes its name, foundation and careful planning to the great warrior-astronomer Maharaja Jai Singh II (1699-1744). He presented the city with its surrounding walls and six rectangular blocks of the principles of urban planning set in an ancient Hindu treatise on architecture. In 1728 he built the remarkable observatory, which remains one of the attractions of downtown Jaipur. Worth spending free time wandering around the bazaars. Jaipur is known for its beautiful carpets, enameled ornaments, precious stones, bronze ornaments and many other arts and crafts.

Overnight at hotel.

Day 02 JAIPUR:

This morning you will drive 11kms outside the city to visit Amber Fort, the ancient capital of the State until 1728. Visit the Hall of Victory or Jai Mahal and Jagmandir. You can have the unique experience of traveling on elephant back to and from the top of the hill on which the fort is located. The rest of the day is free to explore the colorful town independently.

In the afternoon visit the Observatory, the Palace of the Winds and the City Palace and Museum. The museum has an interesting textile section, which contains dresses and costumes of the former Maharajas and Maharanis of Jaipur.

Back to the hotel.

DAY 03 JAIPUR – Pushkar – Jodhpur:

Breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast drive to Jodhpur en route visit Pushkar, 150 kms

Of & about 3 hours. Pushkar is a small, soft, serene and fascinating city that attracts those seeking a respite from the tumult of India. Pushkar is right on the edge of the desert and is only 11 kms from Ajmer but separated from it by Nag Pahar, the Snake Mountain. This city traveling with children clings to the side of the small Pushkar Lake with its many bathing ghats and temples.

For Hindus, Puhskar is a very important pilgrimage center and see a lot of sadhus (individuals on a spiritual quest). Pushkar boasts temples, though few are as ancient as you might expect in such an important pilgrimage site, since many were desecrated by Aurangzeb and subsequently rebuilt. The most famous is the Brahma Temple, she said to be one of the few temples in the world dedicated to this deity. It is marked by red pointers, and the gateway is the Hans, or goose symbol, of Brahma, who is said to have personally chosen Pushkar as its site.

After lunch drive to Jodhpur 220 KMS 5 hours. Call it by its many names and they will not do justice Jodhpur. An oasis in the arid Thar Desert, Jodhpur is the second largest in the state of Rajasthan city. Representing this colorful city with shades of blue, Jodhpur has a history that is rich and a present that appeals strongly to the discerning tourist. Forts and palaces, temples and havelis, culture and tradition, spices and fabrics, color and texture, Jodhpur to all and in abundance has. Located in western Rajasthan, Jodhpur has long attracted both domestic tourism and abroad. Not only it offers tangible in terms of what you can see and buy but also fills one with a sense of history and splendor of a bygone era.

Overnight at hotel.

Day 04 Jodhpur – Jaisalmer:

After breakfast, drive 285 km (5 1/2 hours) Jaisalmer – a city of fairy tale in the Thar Desert founded about 800 years ago by Rajah Jaisal. Unlike any other city, this desert fortress is one of the most exotic and unusual cities of Rajasthan. Jaisalmer, an important ancient trading center because of its strategic location on the camel trade routes, is often described as the “city of gold”. The havelis, built by merchants of the 19th century, are exquisitely carved sandstone yellow gold and are still in a beautiful condition. The fort built by Rawal Jaisal in the 12th century, is located on the highest hill Trikuta 80 meters, 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, silver jewelry, stone and camel safaris in the desert sand-duned sterile. Afternoon free to stroll through the colorful bazaars and lively.

Overnight at hotel.

Day 05 Jaisalmer:

After breakfast departure for the visit of the city of Jaisalmer. Visit the famous havelis (mansions) known for its frescoes. Jaisalmer’s strategic position on the camel terrain route bought great wealth. Merchants prospered and launched large havelis or mansions, to flaunt its growing status in society. Made of sandstone and golden yellow 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. Jain Haveli five brothers built between 1800 and 1860. Salim Singh Ki Haveli and Nathmal Ki Haveli are the other two havelis that open to visitors. Built in 1156 by Bhatti Rajput ruler, Jaisal, the fort here is above 80 m height Trikuta hill. 3 walls and features 99 bastions surrounding the fortress. Through the centuries, the stone fortress of golden sand witnessed many battles between Bhattis, the Mughals and Rathors of Jodhpur. Within the fort complex lies the beautifully carved Jain temples built between the 12th and 15th centuries The Maharawals (rulers) of Jaisalmer were devout Hindus but were tolerant Jainism, and encouraged art and religion. There are 7 temples in the complex – Chandraprabhu, Parasnath, Shitalnath, Sambhavnath, Shantinath, Kunthunath and Temple Rikhabdev.

The temples are all connected by a series of corridors and walkways. Nearby is the Gyan Bhandar, a library founded in 1500 AD This house is priceless ancient manuscripts and other exhibitions as astrological charts, plus the equivalent Jain of the Shroud of Turin Christian.

At night, do the excursion to the sand dunes of Sam. 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 patterns and motifs created by the quicksand and air. Moreover, Sam sand dunes also provide you with an unforgettable experience of camel rides and sunset.

Return to hotel for the night.


After breakfast depart today 285kms to Jodhpur. The hospitality of the locals, the demure women, the colorful turbans -All set against the unmerciful desert is something to feel, not just see. Every pore of Jodhpur tells its own stories of heroic tales that made legends of kings and soldiers, romances that continue to warm the heart and a time when the epic lived on the streets everyday man. Visit the Mehrangarh Fort in the afternoon. Considered one of the greatest strengths of India, this invincible stronghold of the Rathore Rajputs sits on a steep hill lording over a wonderful view of its surroundings.

It is also a beautiful fortress and undoubtedly the jewel of Jodhpur. intricate latticework carved panels and elegant curved porches speak of beauty and taste. No matter what part of the fortress that is, its atmosphere will leave you in awe and winding senses. Take in the view at the top of the wall, where the second largest canyon in Asia rests. Also visit Jaswant Thada – white marble monument built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant II in 1899 Maharaja Jaswant is remembered fondly by the people of Jodhpur to rid the threat of Pindaris (a powerful gang of thieves)

Return to hotel for the night.

Day 07 Jodhpur – Udaipur:

260 kms

This morning we will drive through the valleys in the remote and peaceful Aravalli range to RANAKPUR to visit one of the most important Jain temples in India. This marble complex features 29 rooms supported by 1,444 pillars, each decorated with hundreds of carved figures, no two are alike. We will continue south, arriving Udaipur, described as the “City of sunrise” at night. At night you can enjoy a boat ride on Lake Pichola. With its main attractions are the two palaces on the islands in the lake, Lake Pichola Jagmandir Jagniwas and is about 4 km long and 3 km wide. Jagniwas was in the early summer residence of the prince of Mewar and now a five-star hotel. The city palace extends along the eastern shore of the lake and you can go for a boat ride from Bansi Ghat.

Overnight at Hotel.

Day 08 Udaipur:

Udaipur is also a center of art and historical crafts of Mewar, like the Mewar School of Miniature Painting. There is of course the modern face of Udaipur you can look if you are interested, but considering other views of a glorious past, modernity is no real distraction. This is a place that will surprise you no matter where you come from. During a guided tour you will visit the city palace built in 1725, the City Palace is actually a conglomerate of eleven palaces overlooking the vast Lake Pichola. One of the biggest and most beautiful palaces in the state of Rajasthan, which is now a museum, royal residence and a luxury hotel.

This monument of intricate design is an architectural marvel in granite and marble; Jagdish temple built in 1651 by Maharaja Jagat Singh, this temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is located in the center of the old city. The temple has a black marble image of Lord Vishnu, which is unusual for the north of the country, where the statues of the gods are usually in marble. In the afternoon, enjoy a boat ride on Lake Pichola (subject to water level in the lake).

Return to hotel for the night.

Day 09 UDAIPUR – Output:

After breakfast transfer, from the airport or train station.

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