Day : 1 Arrive Jaipur
Check into your hotel in Jaipur for 02 nights stay.
Jaipur is known as the Pink City thanks to the uniform pink colour of the buildings all over the city, Jaipur is a wonderfully unique display of the traditional culture, traditions, cuisine, architecture and people in general. The capital of Rajasthan is an ideal destination for tourists who love to enjoy incredible architecture, take in a colourful history and explore interesting local markets. Apart from the several incredible sites to take in, you get to enjoy local Rajasthani cuisine, which offers some of the tastiest delicacies you will ever have. Jaipur is also home to some of the best stores for handicrafts, local jewellery and traditional clothes to name a few. Following are some of the best places to visit in Jaipur.
Day : 2 Day in Jaipur
After breakfast, enjoy Jaipur City Tour starting with an exciting Elephant Ride to reach a top of Amber Fort - Constructed of marble and sandstone, the Amber Fort is known for its exquisite architecture that reflects Hindu aesthetic. The fort overlooks the Lake Maota and is four levels tall with a courtyard on each of the levels. Sheesh Mahal and Diwan-i-Khas inside the fort are some of the finest examples of Indo-Saracenic architecture built hundreds of years ago. City Palace of Jaipur - a beautiful complex comprising of several palaces and structures, making this a site not to be missed. Some of the iconic structures within the City Palace include Diwan-i-Am, Diwan-i-Khas, Mubarak Mahal, Maharani Palace, Pritam Niwas Chowk, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Bagghi Khana, and Chandra Mahal. Jantar Mantar - Stargazers and astronomy enthusiasts are sure to love this site. Jantar Mantar houses 19 ancient astronomical instruments that were built by the Rajput King, Sawai Jai Singh II. This UNESCO world heritage site is home to the largest stone sundial in the world. Hawa Mahal - the name Hawa Mahal translates to Palace of Wind or Breeze. Made of red and pink sandstone, this airy palace is a sight to behold in Jaipur. The Hawa Mahal is a part of the City Palace complex, and extends to the Janana, which were the women’s quarters. Designed to make sure that the women of the royal family could watch the processions and other festivities on the streets below, the intricate lattice work of the 953 windows gives the palace a unique appearance.
Evening enjoy free for Shopping as Jaipur is known worldwide for some of the most amazing things you get in Jaipur only such as precious and semi-precious stone jewelry collections, Textile, Handicrafts, Silver jewelry, Carpets etc.
Day : 3 Jaipur - Jaisalmer (by flight)
After breakfast, check-out and leave for Jaipur Airport to board your flight operated by Spice Jet for Jaisalmer.
Spice Jet # SG – 2981 (Dep. 1340 Hrs / 1500 Hrs)
Transfer to your hotel in Jaisalmer for 02 nights stay (1 night City Hotel + 1 Night in Swiss Tents)
Jaisalmer is deep inside the stunning Thar desert, Jaisalmer is one of the most beautiful tourist spots in Rajasthan. Also known as the Golden City for the stunning golden colored hues all over thanks to the desert sand, this city is home to some of the most majestic sights. The beautifully constructed forts, the wonderful lakes and the expansive desert, all make for a once in a lifetime experience. Whether you want to immerse yourself in the rich history of the place, or explore the marvelous expanse of the Great Indian Thar Desert, interact with the locals and get to witness the culture first hand, or enjoy some amazing food, Jaisalmer is sure to offer something for everyone. Here are a few places and activities that you must not miss when in Jaisalmer.
Day : 4 Day in Jaisalmer
After breakfast start your day with a stunning visit of Jaisalmer Fort - also known as the Sonar Fort, is the major tourist attraction in the city. What sets this fort apart from the numerous others in Rajasthan and around the world is the fact that this is the only fort that is still inhabited by the citizens of the area, with almost a quarter of the city’s population still living in the fort. Jain Temple – located within the Jaisalmer fort known to be a popular abode for the people of the Jain faith, and the Jain temples located inside the Sonar Fort are a testament to that. These temples are built in the renowned Dilwara temple style, and are dedicated to Jain Tirthankaras Shambhavdev Ji and Rikhabdev Ji.
Then After visit the ancient Havelies of this Town covering the famous Patwon Ki Haveli - structure was the first haveli ever to be constructed in Jaisalmer, and remains one of the most beautiful ones to this day thanks to its architecture. Visitors can see numerous paintings and mirror-work sections throughout the haveli. Nathmal Ki Haveli - built to serve as the home of the then Prime Minister of Jaisalmer, Diwan Mohata Nathmal, this structure throws up an interesting story. 2 brothers worked on designing the haveli, with both starting from different ends, but ended up constructing an irregular shape on the whole. However, despite the irregular construction, this haveli is one of the most intricately crafted structures in the city. Salim Singh Ki Haveli - known for its peacock shaped roof and stunningly detailed architecture, this haveli was built on the remains of an already existing haveli. Also known as Moti Mahal, this structure comprises of 38 balconies, each with a unique design.
Also visit Gadisar Lake - famous for being located in the Thar Desert, one of the most popular sites in the city is the Gadisar Lake. The area makes for a great respite from the hot conditions in the city, and also offers some of the most amazing views of the lake and the fort that lies right next to it.
Later in the enjoy evening Camel Safari - If you visit Rajasthan and do not go for a camel ride, then you are missing a lot of fun. Sitting on top of a camel’s back and exploring the expansive desert lying in front of you is surely an experience you do not want to miss. The night stay in the camps is something that adds more value because of the incredible night sky you will witness.
Day : 5 Jaisalmer - Jodhpur (5 Hrs Journey)
After check out 5 Hrs Journey towards to Jodhpur - one of the most important cities in the history of Rajasthan. Being the second-largest city of the state, Jodhpur was used as the capital of the Marwar kingdom for around 600 years. Later, it went on to be a princely state under the British rule and then became a city of Rajasthan post India’s independence. The rich history of the place can be witnessed through a multitude of sites like forts, palaces, temples and lakes. With the backdrop of the Thar Desert, the city of Jodhpur once was just the fort city of Mehrangarh. Over the years, the city has extended for many more miles and various other structures have come up around the city. The Blue-coloured houses of the city led to Jodhpur earning the nickname of ‘Blue City’.
Upon arrival check into your hotel for a night stay. Later in the afternoon enjoy city tour of Jodhpur visiting Mehrangarh Fort - Mehrangarh Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the biggest forts in India. The massive fort was built more than 400 feet above the city with heavy fortification walls and is one of the few forts in India that has never been penetrated by the enemy forces. The fort has one of the best-preserved museums in India, where you can see the weapons, attires, palanquins, utensils, paintings, murals and many other artifacts. Jaswant Thada - a cenotaph built with intricately carved sheets of marble, which emit a warm glow when sunlight falls on them. The cenotaph was commissioned by Maharaja Sardar Singh in the loving memory of his father Maharaja Jaswant Singh II in 1899. The complex has several gazebos, gardens and mini lakes, making for a wonderful experience for tourists. Mandore Garden - Mandore Garden has great historical significance associated with it. The place served as the capital of the Mandore region during the reign of Parihars, who ruled for more than 600 years from 7th century to the end of 14th century. A huge temple in the middle of the fort, various cenotaphs and the remains of the fort are few of the major attractions in the area.
You may also Jeep Safari through the nearby Bishnoi Villages - If you want to experience the culture of Rajasthan in its truest form, then a jeep safari through Bishnoi villages is the way to go. You get to interact with the locals, experience their way of life and also sample authentic cuisine of the land.
Day : 6 Jodhpur - Jaipur Airport
Morning at leisure on your own….
Later check out and leave for Jaipur airport to fly back home.