Duration : 6 Nights & 7 Days
Destinations : Jaipur – Pushkar - Udaipur
Day 1 : Arrival at the Jaipur Airport
On your arrival at Jaipur airport, our representative will be there to welcome you and escort you to your hotel. Once you reach your hotel, you can complete the check-in process and take some rest. After which you will begin exploring the tourist attractions around the city. To begin with, you will head straight to the City Palace. The main highlight of the palace is its architecture. It is constructed with a blend of Mughal and Rajasthani designs and carvings. The palace also houses a number of other palaces, courtyards and gardens within its complex itself. But what you must look out for is the Chandra and Mubarak Mahal. On your departure from the palace, you will find a plethora of retail shops. You can take a walk along the traditional market and see if something interests you. End your day by heading back to your hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Day 2 : Sightseeing in Jaipur
Begin your day with breakfast at the hotel. Post that, head towards the Hawa Mahal. The Mahal is located right in the heart of the city. It includes a total number of 953 windows and hence it is also known as the “Palace of Winds”. After visiting the Hawa Mahal, you can make your way towards the Amber Fort. The highlight of the fort, especially for the kids is the elephant ride that takes your uphill. The fort is located on top of a hill and if you are not a fan of hiking, then let the mighty elephants take care of your problem. The architecture of the fort is something that will interest you further. Before you end your day, head to the Jantar Mantar. The Jantar Mantar is an interesting place to be at and we will tell you why. Firstly, the observatory is one of the largest observatories in India. Secondly, for the construction of the observatory to be accurate, the entire structure was first made out of wood and once the measurements were perfect, the replica out of concrete was created. Post this tiring, yet satisfying day, head back to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 3 : Travel Jaipur to Pushkar (146.3 kms. / 2 hrs. 52 minutes)
Today you will be travelling to Pushkar. The distance you need to cover is 146.3 kms and it should take you around 2 hours 52 minutes by road. Post your check-in process, you can head out to visit the attractions of the city. The first destination on your list is the Pushkar Ghats. The Pushkar Ghats are renowned for its spiritual vibe. Tourists from all over the world come to these Ghats to attain nirvana. Next up on your list is the Man Mahal. Man Mahal is the largest palace and hotel in Pushkar town. In fact, it is the best place for a full view of the banks and temples located around the lake. They say, it is one of the most beautiful places of Pushkar. It is time to catch up on some rest after this hectic day. So, reach your hotel and catch up on some sleep.
Day 4 : Travel Pushkar to Udaipur (276.9 kms. / 5 hrs. 10 minutes)
Day 4 brings to you some more travel. Today, after breakfast, you will be heading to the City of Lakes. The distance that you will be covering, by road, is 276.9 kms and it should take you round about 5 hours and 10 minutes to reach your destination. Post your check-in procedure, you will be heading towards the first attraction of the city. The first pit stop is the City Palace of Udaipur. Just like the City Palace of Jaipur, the one in Udaipur is a lavish complex. It is the pride of the city and is located peacefully on the banks of Lake Pichola. The complex comprises of 11 wonderful palaces with the sheer glimpse of unique paintings, antique furniture and exquisite glass mirror and ornamental tiles work. After the tour of the palace, you can take a walk in the narrow lanes of the old city of Udaipur and then make your way back to the hotel for the night stay.
Day 5 : Sightseeing in Udaipur
On day 5, the first place you will be visiting is the Fateh Sagar Lake. So, hurry up with breakfast because some fun attractions are waiting to be explored. The lake is a huge water body constructed in a circular shape right in the heart of the city, surrounded by mountains. But it is not fun looking at the lake from the land. Instead get on a boat and enjoy its tranquillity being right in the middle of the lake. From being in the water, it is time to fly, well almost. The next attraction point is the Mansapurna Karni Mata Ropeway. The ropeway gives you a bird’s eye view of the entire city. It overlooks the Lake Pichola, City Palace, the Sajjangarh Fort and even the Aravalli Mountains. The last attraction of the day is a vintage car museum. On your way back from the ropeway ride, you will spot this museum. The museum contains several cars of the Maharajas of Mewar from the past and also from the present. It is a treat for car lovers. After this productive day, you can return to your hotel for an overnight stay and dinner.
Day 6 : Travel Udaipur to Mount Abu (164.1 kms. / 2 hrs. 59 minutes)
Make sure you are ready to hit the road, after an early breakfast. Today you will be travelling to your last destination, Mount Abu. The journey is approximately 3 hours long and the distance you need to cover is 164 kms. Once you are in Mount Abu, head to the hotel to complete your check-in process and then you can start visiting the tourist points. The first destination on your list is the Dilwara Temple. The Dilwara Temple is one of the finest and architecturally renowned Jain temples in India. A large number of visitors and pilgrims visit this temple every day. The highlight of the temple is its extraordinary architecture. After attaining some spiritual peace at the temple, you can head to the Nakki Lake. The sunset at the lake is a sight to look out for. Also, the boating experience is one of its highlights. From the lake, you can head back to your hotel and start packing for your departure the next day.
Day 7 : Departure from Udaipur
A week-long getaway has come to an end. Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive down to Udaipur to catch a flight back home. We hope your Jaipur Pushkar Udaipur Mount Abu holiday package was filled with memories to take back home.
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