Meals Include: Breakfast+(Lunch or Dinner)
The cultural heritage of India, Rajasthan is largest state of India. Most desired region during the Mughal era, many Mughal Rulers vied to conquer this region of India. Inherited by Rajput clan of Indian caste system, the state boasts the culture and tradition of Rajput kingdom. The state gets the maximum tourism in the country due to its rich heritage sites and affluent history. You can also find the ruins of first civilization of the world- Indus Valley Civilization here in Rajasthan. Amer Fort, Junagharh Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace and others such sites comprise the major architecture of the state. The magnanimity and majesticity of all the heritage sites of Rajasthan is worth admiring for its sheer presence. After coming to the state so rich and fine, you would want to thank history to provide a region full of historical relevancies.
Massively large Thar Desert is spread runs through the state from southwest to northeast, almost from one end to the other. Many districts that lie in this region are beautiful and house some major tourist attractions. Due to large part of the state covered with desert land, the state has a little forest cover but the state still is a home to rich flora and fauna. Home to four major National Parks- Desert National Park in Jaisalmer, Ranthambor Nationanl Park in Sawai Madhopore, Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar and Tal Chappar Sanctuary in Sujanghar, Rajasthan attracts huge number of explorers and wildlife enthusiasts.
The state is full package; there is nothing that you could miss here.
Day 1: Arrival in Jaipur
Upon arrival in Jaipur, our tour representative will meet you at Railway station/airport and drive you to the hotel. Check into the hotel and freshen up to explore the city. Visit City Palace, the residence of Maharaja of Jaipur during 15th century, later visit Hawa Mahal, the iconic Palace of Jaipur that was built for royal women, and Jantar Mantar, an observatory. Return back to the hotel and stay overnight.
Day 2: Jaipur
This morning, visit Amer Fort, the huge complex of massive halls and gardens. Some of the highlights of the fort are Diwan-i-aam and Sheesh Mahal). In order to reach Amber Fort you can opt for an elephant ride as well.In the evening, return to the hotel and spend the rest of the time by shopping or dining at the local area. Later, you stay overnight in the hotel room.
Day 3: Jaipur- Pushkar
On day 3, leave for Pushkar, a famous town in Rajasthan that hosts big Camel Fair in the world. Upon arrival, check into the hotel and freshen up to leave for city tour. Visit Pushkar and take a dip into the Pushkar Lake and enjoy the beauty of Rose Garden. Enjoy evening in leisure activities and stay overnight for the hotel.
Day 4: Pushkar- Mount Abu
This day, get ready to ascend high in mountains of the only hill station in Rajasthan- Mount Abu. Enjoy the pleasant weather and beautiful panorama of the town. Upon arrival, check into the hotel and stay overnight.
Day 5: Mount Abu- Udaipur
On day 5 of your tour, start tour day by visiting Dilwara Jain Temple, the Temple built between 11th and 13th century AD and flaunts peerless craft of marbles. Later enjoy boating in Nakki Lake, a quiet lake with hillocks in the background.
Subsequently, shop or eat in Mall Road. Further, leave for Udaipur Airport/ Railway Station to continue your own journey.