Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour
Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour
Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour
Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour
Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour

Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour

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Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour

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  • Visit Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, one of India's best-preserved and largest forts, and see the brilliant blue city from the top.
  • Relax and enjoy the immensity of Jaisamand Lake, Asia's second-largest artificial lake.
  • At Jantar Mantar Observatory, you can check the time by looking at the world's largest sundial.
  • Enjoy a camel safari in the Thar desert in Bikaner, the camel capital of the world.
  • Witness the golden splendor of India's only live fort, Jaisalmer's Sonar Qilla.


Quick Info

  • Route: Udaipur - Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Bikaner - Jaipur
  • Duration: 9 Days and 8 Nights
  • Start point: Udaipur
  • Endpoint: Jaipur

About the Tour:

  • Take a journey to the magnificent beyond, a region rich in vibrant hues, massive forts and palaces, folk music, and the vast Thar wasteland. Rajasthan will enchant you at every turn, from the crimson and blue colors of Jaipur and Jodhpur to the never-ending expanse of golden sand.
  • Learn what it's like to walk through the Amber castle's corridors, which are lined with finely carved windows and hand-painted doors, to get a sense of what it's like to be inside. Explore Junagarh's castle, which has remained impregnable in the face of violent attacks. The Brahma Kumari's headquarters in Mt.Abu and the hallowed Ajmer Sharif Dargah exude a religious aura of mystery. Don't miss the spectacular sunset over the golden woods.

How to Reach:-

  • By Air: Udaipur is 24 kilometers away from the Maharana Pratap Airport, also known as the Dabok Airport. Flights to cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Jaipur are available every day, making tours quite convenient.
  • By Rail: Udaipur has two railway stations: Udaipur City and Rana Pratap Nagar, both of which are well connected to major Indian cities such as Kolkata, Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Agra, and others.
  • By Road: Due to its location on the Golden Quadrilateral National Highway NH-eight, which connects Delhi and Mumbai, Udaipur enjoys excellent communication with the important towns in and surrounding Rajasthan. Rajasthan highways buses connect Udaipur to all of Rajasthan's major cities and neighboring regions.


Day 1: Arrival at Udaipur | Welcome to the land of lakes and palaces

  • On arriving at Udaipur Railway Station / Airport, meet and greet our consultant.
  • Transfer to the resort and complete the check-in process.
  • Take a ship cruise over the gorgeous Lake Pichola (at your own expense) at night to see the royal homes across the lake while enjoying the scenic sunset vista.
  • The City Palace can be seen extended beside the east financial institution from the lake, while the south financial institution has excellent gardens that run down to the water's edge.
  • Returning to the resort for dinner was a good idea.
  • Overnight live at Udaipur.

Day 2: Udaipur Local Sightseeing | Explore the biggest palace complicated in Rajasthan

  • After breakfast, the Beginaipur town excursion begins.
  • Visit Fateh Sagar Lake, Maharana Pratap Memorial, and Nehru Garden for a photo opportunity.
  • Visit Sehelion-KI-Bari - the Queen's hotel for his or her guests, Sukhadia Circle (Drive Pass), and Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum - a museum of people and artwork that displays a diverse collection of costumes, ornaments, puppets, masks, and dolls.
  • Then see City Palace, Rajasthan's largest palace complex, and Jagdish Temple, which was built by Maharana Jagat Singh and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, as well as Gulab Bagh.
  • Returning to the resort for dinner was a good idea.
  • Overnight live at Udaipur.

Day 3: Udaipur to Jodhpur | Via the Marble Jain Temple of Ranakpur

  • Switch to Jodhpur after breakfast.
  • En-route, visit the Ranakgoesr Chaumukha marble temple, which features 29 halls supported by 1444 pillars and appears to be an architectural marvel.
  • When you get in Jodhpur, put your res to the test.
  • The rest of the day can be spent at leisure.
  • Overnight live in Jodhpur.

Day 4: Jodhpur to Jaisalmer | Half day sightseeing of the Blue City

  • After breakfast, depart for a sightseeing tour of Jodhpur.
  • Begin at the Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, which houses a collection of historic clocks, art deco furniture, dining and writing sets, and more.
  • From the pinnacle of the Mehrangarh Fort, which sits atop a low sandstone hill, you can see the sun sunglasses of this blue village.
  • Inside the castle, visit Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal for their ornate interior features.
  • Also visit Jaw, ant Thada, a working marble cenotaph built-in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II in the year 1899.
  • Later, start your journey in the direction of Jaiselmer, Rajasthan's golden town.
  • En approach to the battle museum, Jain path, which stretches the evolution of the Indian Army and celebrates the contributions and sacrifices of conflict heroes, and focuses on one bravery.
  • Complete the test-in procedures upon arriving at Jaiselmer.
  • Overnight live at Jaisalmer.

Day 5: Jaisalmer Local Sightseeing | Camel Ride at the golden dunes

  • After breakfast, go on a Jaisalmer sightseeing tour.
  • The Golden of Fort or Sonar Kella was all because of the Golden of Fort or Sonar Kella, which is created from special Golden Lime stone Limestoneuently were supplied.
  • Later, visit Patwon-ki-haveli, Nathmal-ki-haveli, and Salim Singh-ki-Haveli, where people still live in old homes dating from the twelfth to fifteenth centuries, each with spectacular carvings and filigreed work.
  • Visit Gadishar Lake, a man-made water reservoir built by Raja Rawal Jaiswal, the first monarch of Jaisalmer.
  • Continue into the night for a camel ride on the Sam Sand Dunes, where you can take in the breathtaking vista of the Sun setting over the Thar desolation.
  • Returning to the resort for dinner was a good idea.
  • Overnight live at Jaisalmer.

Day 6: Jaisalmer to Bikaner | Visit the Rat Temple

  • Get transferred to Bikaner after breakfast.
  • When you arrive, perform a test in your residence.
  • In the afternoon, visit Karni Mata Temple, sometimes known as Rats Temple since it is home to a swarm of rats.
  • Returning to the resort for dinner was a good idea.
  • Overnight live at Bikaner.

Day 7: Bikaner to Jaipur | Half day sightseeing excursion of Bikaner

  • After breakfast, check out of the hotel.
  • Visit Junagarh Fort, a historically significant fort that has remained unconquered despite numerous invasions.
  • On the grounds of the castle, visit the Anup Mahal, Gaj Mandir, Sheesh Mahal, and Prachina Museum, which houses antique clothing, paintings, and weaponry.
  • Later, go to Lalgarh Palace, which is noted for its lattice sandstones and features a combination of Indian, European, and Mughal architecture.
  • After that, fly to Jaipur and complete the check-in procedures at the hotel.
  • Overnight live at Jaipur.

Day 8: Local Sightseeing of Jaipur | Explore the historical past town

  • After breakfast, the day of neighborhood sightseeing in Jaipur begins.
  • Explore history by visiting the Fort & Palace, which has seen many conflicts, royal celebrations, and served as a residence for various emperors.
  • At Jal Mahal, there is a pre-existing depiction of Takthe.
  • Visit the current royal family - the City Palace and the Museum nearby displays the magnificent armaments and handlooms that were once used by the royal family.
  • In Jantar Mantar, put your timekeeping skills to the test on the world's largest sundial (Observatory).
  • Visit the Hawa Mahal, a long-lasting gateway and a symbol of Anaipur.
  • The evening is free to do whatever you want.
  • Returning to the resort for dinner was a good idea.
  • Overnight live at Jaipur.

Day 9: Departure | Bid Farewell to the land of Maharajas

  • Pack up and check out of the resort after breakfast.
  • Get picked up from the Jaipur airport or railway station.

Things To Carry

  • Passport and Travel Documents
  • Money and Cards
  • Comfortable Clothes
  • Hygiene Items
  • Snacks and Water Bottle
  • Travel Adapter and Chargers
  • First Aid Kit
  • Maps
  • Camera or Smartphone
  • UA Voucher

Additional Info

Know Before You Go for Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour Bikaner Jaisalmer and Jodhpur:

  • This excursion requires a minimum of two people to be booked.
  • Any personal charges or devices of a personal nature will no longer be covered by the package.
  • Any breakage or damage to equipment within the hotel might be invoiced at cost.
  • Rates may also differ depending on which services/lodges are used. If there is a change in the bundle due to an increase in the number of guests, an inn switch, or other reasons before the commencement of the voyage, the difference in the charge will be borne by utilizing the patron.
  • The lodges are a concern because they are not always available. If they are no longer available, the visitors will be accommodated in equivalent properties.
  • Universal Adventures retains the right to change the itinerary in the event of a disruption (such as a change in the weather, a change in the political situation, or any other reason), without altering the overall number of days or compromising any service.
  • The package does not include all-access tickets to stupas, monasteries, sightseeing, country and access fees, monument admissions, digital camera expenses, permissions, and so on.
  • The bundle fee is subject to GST.
  • Avoid the use of plastic luggage to protect the destinations' ecological stability. Travelers who litter may face fines.
  • The use of a swimming pool at any lodging is strictly regulated by the authorities.
  • Following your reservation, you will be given access to the designated area.
  • Dry snacks/food, granola bars, and other items should be brought from home. Carry an insulated water bottle with you at all times so you can replenish it.
  • All international and domestic flights, visa fees, airport tax, and any type of insurance coverage are not included in the package.
  • If a tourist wants to or chooses to leave the journey in the middle, the tourist is responsible for all charges from that point on. For such choices or any reimbursement, neither the operator nor Universal Adventures can be held accountable.
  • It is necessary to follow the guidelines established by the state government. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitization is recommended regularly, as is the wearing of a mask.
  • Every visitor is required to show identification at the time of booking as well as upon arrival. PAN cards will no longer be accepted as valid forms of identification.
  • Children who are over the age of eight can only be considered adults. There are no costs for children under the age of eight years.
  • The higher adventure sports and ropeways/cable automobiles aren't included in the tour and must be paid for separately.