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Desert Rajasthan Tour Package

  • 6 Nights / 7 Days
  • Jaipur
  • Jodhpur
  • Leisure
  • Traveler
  • Food Lover
  • Desert
Overview

Desert Rajasthan tour package is an enriching experience that explores the various facets of Rajput history and culture. You will take a trip to mesmerize yourself with the grandeur of the Rajputana through visits to Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. The architectural wonders are sure to leave you awestruck and the tete-e-tete with history and culture will remain in your hearts forever. In 06 Nights -07 Days Desert Rajasthan tour package from Forefront Tours, we will also introduce you to various handicrafts that are native to this region and you will also get ample opportunity to taste delicious Rajput treats.

Itinerary

Day: 01: Arrival at Jaipur and relax at hotel

Upon you arrival at Jaipur airport, our representative will transfer you to air-conditioned car as you leave for your hotel. Spend the day at leisure. Enjoy shopping in the colorful markets of Jaipur. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day: 02: Jaipur full day Sightseeing

After breakfast, we will introduce you to the glory of the Rajput rule in the state – Jaipur. Rajput monuments are still well-maintained and in good shape giving you a good perspective of the art, culture and architecture of the Rajput era. Amber Fort is engulfed in nostalgia as it was once the capital of the Jaipur princely state. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the 6 hill forts of Rajasthan. The architecture is unique of its kind as it accommodates both Hindu and Islamic styles. A special attraction of the Amber Fort visit is the elephant ride that will conclude it. Visit scenic Jal Mahal – is situated in the middle of the Mansagar Lake. The architecture is symbolic of the Rajput style of building a majestic palace in the middle of the lake. The palace boasts a picturesque view of the beautiful lake and the surrounding hills. Visit City Palace built when Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II shifted his court from Amber to Jaipur. The city palace was primarily an administrative centre and is witness to the rise and fall of numerous maharajas. Today it houses the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum and is home to the Jaipur royal family. Connected to the women’s chamber or zenana of the City Palace is the most famous tourist destination of Jaipur – the Hawa Mahal. It was built by Sawai Pratap Singh who was inspired by the unique design of the Khetri Mahal. The façade resembles a honeycomb and has 953 windows or jharokas and intricate carvings. A few yards away stand the state museum of Rajasthan – Albert Hall. The building, a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture is situated inside the lush Ram Niwas garden, just outside the city palace. An evening in Jaipur is best enjoyed through street-shopping. Jaipur’s range of handicrafts – both expensive & inexpensive is unparalleled – be it the semi-precious jewellery of Johari Bazaar or the minakari on marble work of Chandpole Bazaar. Apart from these, jootis, bandhni fabrics, handmade bags, boxes etc can be picked up as souvenirs. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 03: Jaipur – Bikaner and half day sightseeing in Bikaner

After breakfast, you will leave for Bikaner. It is famous worldwide for its camel fair. But even if you aren’t visiting the town in January to witness this one-of-a-kind festival, a trip to the place has lots in store for you. Visit Junagarh Fort, formerly known as the Chintamani Palace. This fort, built in 1478, is an architectural extravaganza as it combines together many styles like Rajput, Mughal, Gujarati and even western architecture. Visit Karni Mata Temple – home to a million rats – around 2,500 black rats to be precise and this 600-year-old temple has numerous legends associated with it. Constructed by Maharaja of Bikaner, Maharaja Ganga Singh, from 1902 to 1926, the Lalgarh Palace is an architectural wonder. The palace is believed to change colour with the passage of the sun. The Shri Sadul Museum, inside the palace, gives tourists an apt picture of the extravagant lifestyle of the royals in the bygone days. A visit to Bikaner is incomplete without a desert safari on camel, exploring the vast expanse of golden sands of the Thar. Bikaner is also a hub for traditional Rajasthani cuisine. It is also a street shopper’s delight as the local bazaars sell handicrafts, traditional clothes, footwear etc. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 04: Bikaner – Jaisalmer and half day sightseeing in Jaisalmer

After breakfast, you will leave for Jaisalmer. It is located very close to the Indo-Pak border, is a town with a unique essence. The entire city – the lanes, roads, markets etc make up a photographer’s paradise. Jaisalmer Fort sits atop the whole city as if guarding the sun-kissed houses and the sand dunes. It is a living and thriving fort as 1/4th of the old city’s population still resides in there. In fact, for long 800 years, Jaisalmer city and Jaisalmer Fort was synonymous as the city resided inside the fort. Witness this unique lifestyle on our Jaisalmer city tour. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 05: Jaisalmer full day sightseeing

Have breakfast at the hotel and embark upon a great journey to visit the famous sand dunes located in Khuri. This place is situated 50 km away from Jaisalmer and gives a wonderful retreat to each and every traveler coming to Rajasthan. You will also enjoy jeep ride along these sand dunes, which is memorable experience. Return to the camp for relaxing overnight stay.

Day 06: Jaisalmer – Jodhpur and half day sightseeing in Jodhpur

After breakfast, you will leave for Jodhpur. Upon arrival, check-in the hotel for short relaxation. Later you will leave for half-day sightseeing in Jodhpur to visit Mehrangarh Fort – our first stop – is one of the well-restored forts in Rajasthan. The museum inside the fort is a major attraction, as apart from containing items of royal importance, it contains over 15,000 items from Maharaja Gaj Singh II’s personal collection. The fort also adorns itself in the beauty of cultural and folk performances during dusk and Umaid Bhawan Palace is a comparatively younger member in Rajasthan’s array of palaces and forts but its architectural splendour is no less. A part of it is still occupied by the royal family today. The remainder is a luxurious heritage hotel. The museum containing rare photographs of the royal family is a must visit. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 07: Jodhpur sightseeing and departure

After breakfast, leave to do sightseeing in Jodhpur and visit Jaswant Thada- Built by Maharaja Sardar Singh in 1899, it is a cenotaph, serves as the cremation ground for the royal family of Marwar. Later you will be dropped at Jodhpur airport to board your flight to Delhi. Board your next flight to home or next destination.