- 02 Nights Jaipur
- 02 Night Jodhpur
- 02 Nights Udaipur
- Accommodation in 03 Star hotels with Daily Breakfast
- Local sightseeing
- Welcome drink on arrival
- Return airport transfers & sightseeing in exclusive Vehicle
|Hotel Picture||Hotel Envisaged||Destination||Nights||Approx Price|
|N/A||03||Jaipur||02||Starting INR 16099/- Per Person|
|Departure Dates||Tour Starting Price||Note|
|Validity: 1st October 2018 - 31st March 2019||Starting INR 16099/- Per Person||
Rajasthan ‘Land of Kings’ or ‘Land of Kingdom’ is India’s largest state by area. The state located on northwest part of country and is a home of cultural diversity. Its features include the ruins of Indus Valley Civilization, Temples, Forts and Fortresses in almost every city. Rajasthan divided into 9 regions; Ajmer State, Hadoti, Dhundhar, Gorwar, Shekhawati, Mewar, Marwar, Vagad and Mewat which are equally rich in its heritage and artistic contribution. These regions have a parallel history which goes along with that of the state.
Lying southwest of Delhi, on India’s western boundary with Pakistan, Rajasthan is the land of romance and chivalry, of legendary Rajput rulers whose tales of valour, patriotism and love have passed into folklore. If you were to drive through the state of Rajasthan you would be struck by its great physical beauty and contrast - verdant hills and lakes, shifting sand dunes, camels and nomadic cattle herds.
Rajasthan, the land of Kings, narrates the story of warriors, and their chivalry, glory and romance. The magical Rajasthan tourism gives tourists an opportunity to explore its unique heritage, colourful culture, thrilling desert safaris, glistening sand-dunes, lush forests and exotic wildlife. Often described as one vast open-air museum, with its relics so well-preserved, Rajasthan is simply an amazing tourist destination.
A world heritage site, Keoladeo National Park near Bharatpur, known for its bird life. Apart from this state has two national tiger reserves namely Ranthambore National Park at Sawai Madhopur and Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar.
The early history of Rajasthan includes some of the great Maharanas, Nawabs and Rulers. Prominent among them were Prithiviraj Chouhan, Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya (also known as Hemu), Mughal Emperor Akbar, Maharana Udai Singh, Maharana Pratap, Raja Maan Singh and others. Rajasthan’s formerly independent kingdoms developed a rich architectural and cultural heritage; same can be seen today in numerous forts and palaces, which are enriched by feature of Muslim and Jain Architecture.
Rajasthan is in winter, between October to March when the desert sun is not so intense and the days are cool and pleasant. Most of the desert festivals planned as tourist attractions are also held in winter. For travellers heading to the hills of Mt. Abu, the summer months of May, June and July are good. The desert also comes to life after the monsoon in the months from July to September when the hills are clothed in green and have a charm of their own.
By Rail -
To reach Rajasthan, train is a good option. The state as a whole has 4600 Km of railway track, which means that it is evenly spread throughout the region. This wide railway network enables the state to get easily connected with the rest of the country. However, there are direct links from major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore.
If you want to experience extraordinary leisure tour across the most significant tourist destinations in Rajasthan, you should also check out Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels and Maharajas Express. These luxury trains offer 3 to 7 night all inclusive tour in Rajasthan.
By Air -
Rajasthan has good connectivity with many cities around the globe and has three major airports. For domestic / international flights, there is an airport in Jaipur. Another international airport closest to reach destinations in Rajasthan by air is at Delhi 260 kilometers away from Jaipur. Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur have domestic airports connected from major cities in India.
By Road -
The state has well connected state and national highways. There are twenty National Highways that snake around the state covering an area of 6373 Km. The most famous National Highway is NH8, which passes through Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Vadodra, Mumbai and many others. Others nineteen National Highways are NH 11, NH 3, NH 11B, NH 11A, NH 14, NH 12, NH 65, NH 15, NH 79, NH 76, NH 89, NH 79A, NH 112, NH 90, NH 113, NH 116, and NH 114.
New Delhi- Jaipur: Distance 274 Km
Haryana- Jaipur: Distance 303 Km.
Agra-Jaipur: Distance 235 Km
Ahmedabad- Udaipur: Distance 256 Km.
Vadodra-Udaipur: Distance 355 Km.
Surat-Udaipur: Distance 509 km.
Mumbai- Udaipur: Distance 775 km.
Jaipur : Jaipur also known as Pink City is truly a royal city with unmatched, beautiful architecture, majestic historic past and amazing history. Jaipur pink city is a vivid and the first organized town of India and the most popular destination in India. Jaipur is one of the most unique tourists' locations, and has been thronged by numerous visitors from across the world. Jaipur city is not only an historical well designed city but provides great traditional historical monuments that feature of beautiful structure.
Jaipur, the capital of India’s Rajasthan state, evokes the royal family that once ruled the region and that, in 1727, founded what is now called the Old City, or “Pink City” for its trademark building color. At the center of its stately street grid (notable in India) stands the opulent, collonaded City Palace complex, which today houses several museum collections of textiles and art.
Jodhpur – Jodhpur is a city in the Thar Desert of the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan. Its 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort is a former palace that’s now a museum, displaying weapons, paintings and elaborate royal palanquins (sedan chairs). Set on on a rocky outcrop, the fort overlooks the walled city, where many buildings are painted the city’s iconic shade of blue. Jodhpur is a very well-known vacationer location in Rajasthan, and this is mainly because Jodhpur has traditionally been one of the main Indian places and facilities of elegant history.
Udaipur : Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’, the lake city of Udaipur is known as the centre for performing arts and crafts. The famous Lake Palace, located bang in the middle of Lake Pichola is easily one of the most beautiful sights of Udaipur. Udaipur is also home to Jaisamand Lake, the largest artificial lake in Asia. The beautiful City Palace and Sajjan Garh (Monsoon Palace) add to the architectural beauty and grandeur of the city. The city is also known for its profusion of zinc and copper mines.
The solar observatory in Udaipur is known as one of the best in Asia.
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