How to Plan 2 Nights 3 Cities in Rajasthan Tour Packages?

How to Plan 2 Nights 3 Cities in Rajasthan Tour Packages?
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The Jaipur-Ajmer-Pushkar Leg

Have a weekend coming up or are searching for a short vacation by yourself or with friends? Here is one of the many possibilities you could think of while having fun. Rajasthan is richly endowed with both culture and history. This state is home to enormous forts, lavish palaces, diverse museums, reverent temples, and friendly people. It makes sense why Rajasthan tour packages have been on many international travelers’ bucket lists. So, let’s check how to plan 2 nights in 3 cities in Rajasthan tour packages.

Since Rajasthan is India’s largest state, it will take considerably more than a few days to fully explore it (although very exciting). Here is a portion of the journey that you may complete in just three days.

Jaipur – Ajmer – Pushkar

Rajasthan Tour Day 1:

In Jaipur Ajmer Pushkar tour packages you will start your tour amazingly, as arrive in Jaipur, the state capital of Rajasthan, early in the morning. We decided to fly (low-cost carriers have made it very accessible). Take off to explore the pink city after leaving your stuff at the hotel. You will immediately note that many of the buildings and walls are painted pink. Originally, this was carried out in 1853 to welcome the Prince of Wales to the city during the rule of Sawai Ram Singh. The Amber Fort is your first stop in Old Jaipur. The fort is rather large, so you may want to remain longer. Exploration time is at least 3 to 4 hours. The Diwan-e-Khas and the Sheesh mahal are two must-see chambers.

Explore Jal Mahal on the way back. There are restrictions on how many people can enter Hawa Mahal, thus reservations are required. The lengthy promenade next to the main road is where most visitors view Jal Mahal. The sight of an isolated palace in the middle of Man Sagar Lake is breathtaking. Visit the Hawa Mahal after lunch.

Its moniker comes from the fact that the Hawa Mahal features 953 tiny windows that helped with crosswinds. The City Palace is just a short distance away. a vast palace complex that includes a few museums and stores. Don’t forget to look for the 2 sizable silver vessels inside the palace’s Diwan-e-Khas. These are the largest sterling silver vessels ever made, according to Guinness World Records. The UNESCO world heritage landmark Jantar Mantar is close to City Palace. Be astounded by the tools the king of that time built to foresee the coming of eclipses, monsoons, and other geographical events.

If you feel like shopping, there are bustling markets near Jantar Mantar and City Palace; if not, return to your hotel to relax after a hard day.

Rajasthan Tour Day 2:

Take a prearranged car early in the morning and drive the 130 miles (about two hours) to Ajmer. Ajmer is a tiny town famous for housing Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti’s tomb. The Ajmer Dargah is the common name for the holy site. Entry is open to people of all faiths, and it is estimated that millions of people have visited it throughout the years. The Dargah is not accessible by car, thus your car will halt a few kilometers away. You can choose to take a walk, a cycle-rickshaw, or an auto rickshaw to get there. It is advised to take an interesting (partially adventurous) ride in an auto rickshaw to the Ajmer dargah. Your rickshaw will also transport you back to the location from which he picked you up once you have done your prayers and offerings. Don’t forget to purchase some of Ajmer’s renowned Sohan Halwa.

You can then drive by Ana Sagar Lake. There isn’t much to see other than that it is a man-made lake. Pushkar is 11 kilometers further down the road. It is home to Pushkar Lake and the renowned and rare Lord Brahma Temple. Although it is permitted, swimming in the holy lake is not advised due to the water’s contamination and impurity. A word of advice: Avoid using guides in Pushkar. Additionally, avoid being seduced by temple priests who solicit one-time donations from guests. (Read about my encounter with Pushkar’s temple priests here.)

There are several handcraft stalls throughout Pushkar’s vibrant little markets. (Note: The Pushkar Mela, Pushkar’s annual livestock fair, is a must-see if you’re in Pushkar between October and November.

Later, take the bypass from Pushkar and return to Jaipur. Around 7 o’clock in the evening, halt in Chokhi Dhani, a popular resort with a Rajasthani village motif that is 19 kilometers from Jaipur. Despite being overrated, Chokhi Dhani is nonetheless extremely popular and should be visited. A Royal Thali entry ticket costs around Rs. 650. (Check with them for updated prices). After supper, return to your hotel to get some rest.

Rajasthan Tour Day 3:

Prior to boarding your return flight, how much time do you still have? You might swiftly visit the Albert Hall Museum (Rajasthan’s State Museum) or you could shop for some souvenirs like Kathputlis, Jaipuri Razais, or Mojris, which are products the city is known for. Go to the airport later to get a flight back to your city.

Traveling Around:

Auto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws are your best bet once you’re in Jaipur. The crucial phrase here is to haggle aggressively. Everything is offered at a premium of three to four times in Jaipur, so you must significantly lower this cost.

Food:

Being a sacred city, non-vegetarian food is not permitted in Pushkar. It’s also like going on a treasure quest to find non-vegetarian food in Jaipur’s old city.

Accommodation:

Being a sacred city, non-vegetarian food is not permitted in Pushkar. It’s also like going on a treasure quest to find non-vegetarian food in Jaipur’s old city.

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