This is a 7 Days long Rajasthan Tour Package from Delhi that will take you to iconic cities like Jaipur, Pushkar, Jodhpur, Mount Abu, and Udaipur. A tastefully crafted itinerary helps you explore majestic forts, lakes, and beautiful tourist attractions that reflect royalty in many ways.
From history to royalty and divinity, your holiday experience couldn’t get better. The ornate carvings, quiet lakes, and holy temples are waiting for your presence, so go ahead and pack your bags.
Note: This is just a suggested itinerary indicative of what can be possible. We tailor holidays for your specific needs. Contact us if you want modifications so we can tailor a holiday to suit your needs.
- Jaipur sightseeing tour
- Explore attractions of Ajmer
- Pay homage at the Brahma Temple
- Visit Mount Abu
- Half-day city tour to Udaipur
Upon arrival at the Jaipur Airport/ Railway Station, meet our tour representative, who will help you with a guided transfer to the hotel. Check-in and relax for a while. After taking adequate rest to straighten your back, embark on your visit to the Birla Mandir. Later, you will come back to your hotel to relish the delicious cuisine.
An overnight stay is planned in Jaipur.
Start the day with a healthy and crunchy breakfast in your hotel room. Once you finish your meal, you will be ready to visit Amer Fort. From there, you will be taken to the Jaigarh Fort. After taking a short break for lunch, you will cover more tourist places of this Pink City, including the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal. After enjoying your city tour, you will have dinner in your hotel.
Enjoy an overnight stay in Jaipur.
Savor a hearty breakfast, and then hit the road to the Pushkar. After reaching your pre-decided hotel in Pushkar, complete the check-in formalities. Post lunch, get ready to explore Ajmer, a famous city nearby. The Ajmer city tour starts with paying homage to the holy Dargah of Moinuddin Chisti. Subsequently, visit the Adhai Din ka Jhonpra. Head towards the scenic Ana Sagar Lake. Spend some time at the Daulat Bagh Gardens. This was followed by a trip to the famous Brahma Temple in Pushkar. Later, move to Pushkar Lake and enjoy the scenic view.
An overnight stay is scheduled at the hotel.
After having your breakfast, head towards Jodhpur, a captivating city in Rajasthan. After arriving at your pre-booked hotel, rest for a while before embarking on the Jodhpur city tour. Today, you will explore the famous Mehrangarh Fort and stroll in Mandore Gardens. This garden is dotted with some ancient temples where you can get a touch of blessings. Later, you will head to your hotel for having a lip-smacking dinner.
Return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and an overnight stay.
On day 5 of the Enjoyable Rajasthan tour, you proceed towards Mount Abu. On reaching, you will be exploring the only hill station and summer retreat of Rajasthan. The first attraction of the trip will be the Dilwara Temples. From there onwards, you will enjoy a boat ride on Nakki Lake. Finally, you will give your eyes a treat with greenery that will blow your mind. Return to your hotel to enjoy your tasty dinner
Get an overnight stay at the hotel.
Check out from the hotel after having your breakfast. Then, start the journey towards Udaipur. After arriving in Udaipur, complete the check-in formalities at the hotel. Post this, get ready for a half-day city tour—Marvel at the City Palace, Saheliyon Ki Bari, and Jagdish Temple. You can also partake in an evening Motor Launch cruise on the calm water of Lake Pichola by paying some extra cost. After enjoying this fun-filled say, you will come back to your hotel to munch a delicious dinner.
Get a comfortable overnight stay in Udaipur.
On the last day of the tour, bid farewell to the Udaipur post breakfast. The tour ends with memories to cherish forever. Then, move towards Udaipur Railway Station or Airport to catch your train/flight towards your onward destination.
- - Accommodation at mentioned hotels or Similar
- - Breakfast
- - Transportation using Sedan/ Similar for 02-03 Pax
- - Transportation using AC Innova (Similar) for 04-06 pax
- - All parking charges and Road taxes, toll taxes.
- - Any Airfare/Train fare
- - Expenses of personal nature like medical expenses, phone calls, etc
- - Entry fees at Monuments and guide services
- - Government Service tax as applicable
Rajasthan experiences diverse weather conditions throughout the year. The ideal time to visit depends on your preferences. Winters (October to March) are mild and pleasant, making it the most popular tourist season. Summers (April to June) can be scorching, while the monsoon season (July to September) brings relief but limits outdoor activities.
Rajasthan is a treasure trove of historical and cultural wonders. Some must-visit places include Jaipur (the Pink City), Udaipur (the City of Lakes), Jodhpur (the Blue City), and Jaisalmer (the Golden City). Each city boasts unique architectural marvels, palaces, and forts.
Rajasthan is generally considered safe for solo female travelers. However, it’s essential to take common safety precautions, such as dressing modestly and avoiding isolated areas at night. Joining group tours or hiring reputable guides can enhance your safety and enrich your experience.
Rajasthani cuisine is a delight for food enthusiasts. The state offers a diverse range of dishes, including Dal Baati Churma, Gatte ki Sabzi, and Ker Sangri. Don’t forget to try the famous Rajasthani thali, which allows you to savor a variety of flavors in one meal.
To immerse yourself in Rajasthan’s rich culture, attend traditional festivals like Diwali, Holi, and the Pushkar Camel Fair. Explore local markets for traditional handicrafts, jewelry, and textiles. Engaging with locals and participating in cultural activities is the best way to understand Rajasthan’s heritage.
Apart from popular tourist spots, Rajasthan offers several offbeat experiences. You can go on a hot air balloon ride in Pushkar, visit the haunted Bhangarh Fort, or explore the rural charm of Shekhawati’s painted havelis.
Given Rajasthan’s conservative culture, it’s advisable to dress modestly. For women, this means covering your shoulders and knees. Wearing lightweight, breathable fabrics is ideal, especially during the scorching summers.
Yes, bargaining is a common practice in Rajasthan’s markets. Vendors often quote higher prices to tourists, so feel free to negotiate politely. It’s all part of the shopping experience in the state.
Rajasthan has an extensive transportation network, including trains, buses, and taxis. Hiring a private car with a driver is a popular and convenient option for exploring the state at your own pace.
Yes, Rajasthan can be budget-friendly if you plan carefully. Opt for budget accommodations, eat at local restaurants, and use public transportation. Many attractions, like Amber Fort and City Palace, offer affordable entry fees.
Yes, Rajasthan is generally safe for tourists. However, it’s essential to take common safety precautions and stay vigilant, especially in crowded areas.
It’s advisable to drink bottled or purified water to avoid stomach issues. Most hotels and restaurants provide safe drinking water.
Credit cards are accepted in larger cities and tourist areas. However, it’s advisable to carry some cash, especially in rural areas.
To explore the desert landscapes of Rajasthan, consider taking a camel safari in places like Jaisalmer. It’s a unique and memorable experience.