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Rajasthan Itinerary- Jaipur-Bikaner-Jaisalmer-Jodhpur-Udaipur Tour

Rajasthan possesses a wealth of heritage and offers several majestic cities such as Jaipur, Ajmer, Jodhpur, UdaipJaipur-Bikaner-Jaisalmer-Jodhpur-Udaipur, Chittorgarh and Jaisalmer. Rajasthan, the royal state has vibrant landscapes with popular historic attractions. See colour riots in king’s territory, battlegrounds, mystical and history-ridden areas of grandeur. On every traveller’s wish list is a journey to this remarkable place. This is a place which actually shows the composite essence of India and its celebration of life itself. However, you’ll have to plan your Rajasthan itinerary with proper routings, covering all the top attractions!

Walk in the old alleys; treat your senses with its famous forms of art and delicious, aromatic food. Explore all the best places to dine so that you can enjoy your flavourful Rajasthani cuisine. Experience the rich hospitality of Rajasthani on your holiday in beautiful resorts and hotels. If you don’t know where to begin preparing a trip to the greatest state in India by country. So, check out the Rajasthan itinerary. Book your vacation with your loved one right away!

  • Arrival
  • Day 1 Jaipur
    -Amer Fort
    -Srijagat Siromaniji Temple
    -Jal Mahal
  • Day 2 Jaipur
    -Jaigarh Fort
    -Birla Mandir
    -Hawa Mahal
  • Day 3 Bikaner
    -Lalgarh Palace & Museum
    -Junagarh Fort
    -Rampuria Group Of Havelis
  • Day 4 Jaisalmer
  • Day 5 Jodhpur
    -Nathmalji Ki Haveli
    -Patwon Ki Haveli
    -Jaisalmer Fort
  • Day 6 Udaipur
    -Mehrangarh Fort
    -Lake Pichola
    -Udaipur City Palace
  • Departure

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Arrival – Rajasthan

Rajasthan itinerary begins with your arrival to this royal state! Arrive at Jaipur airport and check in to your hotel. Take some time to freshen up and get ready to explore the pink city! Vibrant, pink-kissed, and beautiful – place! Don’t miss out this place when you visit Rajasthan. Jaipur – the capital city of Rajasthan had a pink paint coat in memory of the visiting Prince a century earlier and has kept the hue ever since. This 260 years old city has its renowned astronomer Maharaja Jai Singh.

Day 1- Jaipur in Rajasthan

Amer Fort

Amer Fort in Rajasthan
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In Amer close to Jaipur is Amber Fort. One of Rajasthan’s well-established forts and one of the Jaipur’s most famous tourist sites. The Amber fort, founded by Raja Man Singh in 1592 AD and later extended by subsequent rulers. One of the best known historic sites to visit in Rajasthan. Man Singh, one of Emperor Akbar’s trusted officers and one of his court’s Navarathan. The fort’s architecture, an epitome of both Hindu and Muslim styles. The fort encompasses red sandstone and overlooks Maota Lake, the palace’s main water supply.

Srijagat Siromaniji Temple

Srijagat Siromaniji Temple
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One of Amber’s oldest temples is the Srijagat Siromani Temple. Meera Bai, the wife of the King Mewar, though a great devotee of Lord Krishna in childhood, and regarded him as her spouse. The temple devotes to Meera Bai and Lord Krishna. Constructed during 1599 – 1608 AD, in commemoration of her son Jagat Singh, by the queen Kanakvati, wife of King Man Singh I. Historically, Lord Krishna statue is the same statue as Meera Bai worshipped in Mewar in this temple. During the Mughal war with Mewar, this statue was saved from destruction and brought safely to Amer by the rulers of Amer.

Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal in Rajasthan
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In the centre of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur, the Jal Mahal or the Water Palace. It is one of Jaipur’s largest man-made lakes. The lake once was a paradise for a birdwatcher. Also, its a favourite place for royal duck picnics for the Rajput kings of Jaipur. It’s a beautiful building built in Mughal and Rajput architectural styles. The lake from Man Sagar Dam is picturesquely visible, as well as the Nahargarh Mountains.

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Day 2- Jaipur in Rajasthan

Jaigarh Fort

Jaigarh Fort
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The fort of Jaigarh is located on a cliff of the Aravali region known as Cheel Ka Teela. The Amber Fort and the Maota Lake overlook it. One of Jaipur’s best fortresses and a famous tourist attraction in Jaipur, often visited from the Amber Fort. In order to protect the Amber Fort, it was constructed by Jai Singh II in 1726 and named after him. Once known by the name of Dhundhar Amer, then ruled by the Meenas Clan later came under the Kacchwa Rajputs. The Jaigarh Fort actually was not a palace but a defensive structure. Underground crossings link Jaigarh Fort and Amber Fort.

Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir in Rajasthan
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Birla Mandir is the Hindu temple in the Moti Dongri Hill base in Jaipur. Often, the shrine is also called the Shrine of Laxmi Naraya. This is one of the most popular locations in Jaipur to explore. Birla Group of Companies, one of India’s industrial tycoons, built this marvellous temple in the year 1988. According to history, the temple of Birla was established on the territory which the family of Birla had been given by Maharaja. Attracts the focus of pictures of Lakshmi and Narayan, made of a single piece of marble. Birla Temple stands on an elevated platform and features the premium quality of white marble.

Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal in Jaipur
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Hawa Mahal is one of the most important tourist attractions in the city of Jaipur. The building sits on the periphery of the City Palace and reaches into the Chambers of Zenana. Close to Delhi, Jaipur is one of the highlights to explore. Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh built the palace in 1799 as the continuation of the stunning city palace, the renowned Hawa Mahal or the palace of the winds. Lal Chand Ustad, the chief builder of this palace has designed in the style of the Hindu God Krishna’s Crown. Don’t miss out to shortlist this beautiful place on your Rajasthan itinerary!

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Day 3- Bikaner in Rajasthan

Lalgarh Palace & Museum

Lalgarh Palace & Museum
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Firstly, Lalgarh Palace is a Bikaner Royal Palace. One of the few palaces built by the British to the Indian Kings and also one of Rajasthan Tourism’s best locations. One of the most impressive palaces of Rajasthan history the palace boasts the grandiose and glorious tales of royalty. The palace was designed between 1902 and 1926 by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, the British architect, for Maharaja Ganga Singh. A typical example of Indian, European and Mughal architecture, the Lalgarh Palace. The complex encompasses red sandstones from the Thar Desert. Some touch of history in your Rajasthan itinerary will give you an extraordinary experience as a whole!

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Junagarh Fort

Junagarh Fort in Bikaner
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Junagarh Fort is a historic fort located in Rajasthan, India, Bikaner district. It is one of the few large fortresses in Rajasthan that hasn’t been constructed upon a hilltop or one of the well-maintained forts in India. The fort was originally called Chintamani. In the early twentieth century, it renamed as Junagarh or ‘old fort’ when the ruling family relocated beyond the fort to Lalgarh Palace. Outside the fort, the new town of Bikaner has grown. Don’t miss out this place as it’s the top places to visit in Bikaner!

Rampuria Group Of Havelis

Rampuria Group Of Havelis
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Rampuria Havelis are a Havelis group located in the Rajasthan village of Bikaner. One of Bikaner’s favourite historic sites and one of Bikaner’s main tourist attractions. Havelis’ Rampuria Community, one of the famed Bikaner Havelis, also recognised for its architectural beauty. Balujee Chalva built these Havelis under the command of the wealthy Rampuria merchant family.

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Day 4- Jaisalmer in Rajasthan

Once you reach Jaisalmer check-in at the hotel in the late afternoon. After breakfast sign out from Tent. Continue to Sam for Camel Travel. Go to the Golden City-Jaisalmer sightseeing tour. Explore the glorious Jaisalmer castle of the 12th century. Visit Salim Singh ki Haveli and Patwon ki Haveli and Gandhi Sagar Tank, the beautifully sculptured Havelis. Don’t miss out to visit the Barabagh Hill.

Day 5- Jodhpur in Rajasthan

Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer Fort
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The fort of Jaisalmer was declared UNESCO World Heritage by the Rajasthan Hill Forts group. Bhati Rajput ruler Maharawal Jaisal Singh was the fortress Jaisalm built atop Trikuta Hill in 1156 AD and is the origin of its name. Its the hub of several historic encounters between the Bhattis, the Mughals and the Jodhpur rats. The Jaisalmer Fort survived several attacks by Muslim rulers such as Aladdin Khilji and Emperor Humayun from the Mughal. The town was also a refuge and a travel station along the Silk Road. This is a must-visit place and makes its way on everyone’s Rajasthan itinerary!

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Nathmalji Ki Haveli

In the centre of Jaisalmer near Patwon Ki Haveli, Nathmalji ki Haveli is a reputed architectural wonder. It is one of the leading places to visit in Jaisalmer. In 1885, Maharawal Berisal built Nathmalji ki Haveli for residence in Diwan Mohata Nathmal, the former Prime Minister of Jaisalmer. Two partners, Hathi and Lulu, were the main architects.

Patwon Ki Haveli

In a small lane close to Jaisalmer’s Patwa Center, Patwon-ki-Haveli. It is first established in Jaisalmer and is one of Jaisalmer’s top places to explore. The Patwon ki Haveli is known to be Rajasthan’s largest and finest haveli. The Dutchman is primarily a community of five Havelis, founded by Guman Chand Patwa in 1805 CE. A wealthy merchant, Guman Chand Patwa founded his five sons in five different pieces. The first haveli is also the largest and the smallest haveli in the city. The entire house stood for more than 55 years.

Day 6- Udaipur in Rajasthan

Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort is an old hill fort located in Jodhpur. Founded by Rao Jodha, in 1459 AD, when the capital shifted from Mandore to Jodhpur the palace came to existence. This is one of the best sites in Rajasthan and one of the well known historical fortresses. The fort was called Mehrangarh, which means ‘Sun Fort.’ Although Rao Jodha initially began the fortress in 1459, most of the fortifications which stand today date from the time of Marwar Jaswant Singh.

Lake Pichola

Pichola Lake is a fresh-water manmade lake located in Rajasthan, central to Udaipur. Lake Pichola is one of the most wonderful lakes in India and a famous attraction in Udaipur. It is encircled by hills, gardens, temples and Havelis. Pichola Lake was built in 1362, during the reign of Maharana Lakha, by Pichhu Banjar, a tribal gipsy from Banjara, transported grain. She later founded the city of Udaipur on the shores of the lake and enlarged the lake by building a stone masonry dam in the Badi Pol region, impressed by the charm of the lake with its green hills. Maharana Udai Singh also extended it. One beautiful place on your Rajasthan itinerary to click numerous pictures!

Udaipur City Palace

Udaipur City Palace
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Udaipur City Palace is located at the shores of Lake Pichola at Udaipur, Rajasthan state, in the magnificent royal palace complex. One of the top places to visit in Udaipur, this magnificent City Palace is often known as Indian’s most important palace complex. The palace has been running for around 400 years and many Mewar dynasty rulers have contributed. The Palace City features an outstanding combination of European and Indian medieval architecture. Lastly, get back to your hotel as the Rajasthan itinerary comes to an end.

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Departure- Rajasthan

Drive back to your hotel and have your dinner on your way back. Check out of your hotel in Udaipur and take your flight back home with a bag full of wonderful memories together!

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