Jaipur - Jodhpur - Jaisalmer Expedition Tour Package

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The Royal tour to cherish forever: Rajasthani Tourists

To enjoy the beauty of Amer Fort, go to the most realistic Sheesh Mahal, which is where the famous song ‘Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna kya’ was shot.

Visit Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, one of India’s best-preserved and largest forts, and take photos of the brilliant blue city from the top.

Visit the amazing Tanot Mata Temple near the Sam Sand Dunes, which is said to have defused over 3000 bombs and saved the lives of numerous soldiers due to divine energies present near the temple.

Observe the local guys with their colourful turbans, which have a distinct character that will take you back in time.

Sit on the edge of the Nahargarh Fort’s walls with your loved ones and gaze out into the pink metropolis.

Jaipur – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer Expedition

Overview of the Tour: A glimpse

Rajasthan’s beautiful palaces and refurbished Havelis quotes ‘Padharo Mahrey Des,’ welcomes you to explore its magnificence and unrivalled majesty. Rajasthan, often known as the ‘Desert Capital of India’ or the ‘Cultural Capital of India,’ is a location that should be explored rather than just visited. A honeymoon in Rajasthan is the stuff of dreams, like an oasis amid the desert.

Jaipur dubbed the “Pink City of India,” is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, history, and elegance. From exquisite blush pink forts and castles to beautiful colourful open-air bazaars, Jaipur has it all.

Spend quality time with your spouse on an elephant ride to Amber Fort, Bollywood’s favourite site, and pose in your iconic Bollywood pose in colourful attires. Indulge in an adventurous Desert Safari in Jaisalmer to explore the golden dunes while you watch the stunning sunset reflect on the blue hues of the Blue City from the famed Mehrangarh Fort, take some Instagram-worthy photos.

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Quick Facts:

Route: Jaipur – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer is the route to take.

6 Days/5 Nights is the duration of the trip.

Jaipur is the starting point.

Jaisalmer is the last destination.

Inclusions:

Stay at hygienic hotels (As per the variant selected)

Breakfast buffet as specified in the itinerary

An experienced driver/guide is available

Sightseeing according to the itinerary

At Camp, there is a complimentary camel safari, a bonfire, and a cultural dance.

All the extra costs of Tolls, parking, fuel, and driver allowances, included.

On all days of the program, a comfortable and sanitary vehicle (SUV/Sedan) will be provided for sightseeing.

Special Attractions:

Visit the Jaipur Blue Pottery Art Centre to learn about the famed Jaipur Blue pottery and how it is made.

Riding on the back of an elephant, have a Maharaja-style tour of Amer Fort.

Chokhi Dhani Village offers a traditional Rajasthani experience.

Admire the 18th-century Jaivana cannon at Jaigarh, whose shot created a tiny lake in Chaksu after travelling almost 35 kilometres.

Walk inside the secret tunnel that connected the Amer fort to Jaigarh during the battles.

Discover why the entire village of Kuldhara was cursed and abandoned overnight by visiting the village of Kuldhara.

Go dune bashing in the SUV up and down the Sam Sand Dunes.

Try Janta Sweets’ world-famous Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada to tickle your taste buds.

At Om Banna Temple, pay respect to the 350cc Royal Enfield Bullet bike and learn about its mysterious arrival.

How to get in touch:

By Air: The best way to get to Jaipur is to fly through Jaipur International Airport (JAI), which services both domestic and international flights.

By Rail: Another option is the Jaipur Railway Station, which is where most trains from Delhi arrive and depart for destinations all around India.

By Road: Jaipur is also well connected to cities such as Delhi, Agra, Kota, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Vadodara, and Ajmer by bus.

Itinerary in Detail:

Day 1:

Arrive in Jaipur, where a representative will assist you in getting to your accommodation.

Arrive at the hotel, to check out and relax

When you’re ready, go on a sightseeing tour of Jaipur.

You may learn about Jaipur’s rich history by visiting the City Palace and Museum, as well as Jantar Mantar, a cultural site with fixed instruments for astronomical observations.

In the evening, you can visit the Hawa Mahal for a photo opportunity and also explore the nearby markets.

Don’t miss Albert Hall, where you may wander around and eat delectable street cuisine.

Then there’s the famed Moti Doongri Ganesh Temple on the mountaintop, as well as the lovely Birla Mandir made entirely of white marble.

You can return to your hotel later in the evening.

In Jaipur, spend the night in a hotel.

Day 2

Explore Amber Fort’s Sheesh Mahal, a Heart-Throb of Bollywood Films, on a sightseeing tour in Jaipur.

Jaipur

Embarking with a healthy breakfast to a full-day sightseeing tour of Jaipur

You may visit the Nahargarh Fort in the morning, which gives some of the most spectacular dawn vistas as well as a panoramic perspective of Jaipur in all its glory.

You can visit Jaigarh Fort when you’ve finished admiring the magnificence of Nahargarh Fort.

Jaigarh is home to the Jaivana Cannon, a large 18th-century cannon whose bullet created a small lake in Chaksu after travelling almost 35 kilometres.

The majestic Amber Fort and Palace, situated on the top of the Aravali Hill overlooking Jaipur’s Pink City, can then be visited.

You can ride an elephant to the top of the Amber Fort and then see the exquisite Sheesh Mahal, where the song “Jab Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya” from the Bollywood classic “Mughal-E-Azam” was filmed.

Later in the evening, you can go shopping for gorgeous souvenirs at a conventional shopping centre.

Return to your Jaipur hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 3:

From Jaipur to Jodhpur | Jodhpur is home to the impregnable Mehrangarh Fort.

In the morning, enjoy a great breakfast before departing for Jodhpur.

Get the check-in process done and relax in the hotel.

When you’re ready, you can go explore Jodhpur’s beautiful blue city.

You can see the exquisite Umaid Bhavan Palace, which is one of the world’s largest private houses and spans 26 acres.

Then you may see the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, which soars 400 feet above Jodhpur’s skyline on a vertical cliff.

You may also see the Jaswant Thada, a stunning marble memorial that has been dubbed the “Taj Mahal of Marwar.”

Return later in the evening to Jodhpur for a comfortable stay

Day 4:

From Jodhpur to Jaisalmer | Visit Rajasthan’s Glistening ‘Golden City.’

Jaisalmer

Begin the next day with a hearty breakfast before departing for Jaisalmer, often known as the Golden City.

Visit the Jaisalmer War Memorial, which commemorates the contributions and sacrifices of war heroes while also tracking the growth of the Indian Army.

When you arrive in Jaisalmer, check into your accommodation and relax.

The rest of the day is yours to spend as you like, exploring the vibrant markets and festivals.

Return to the hotel once you’ve finished touring the markets.

In Jaisalmer, spend the night in a hotel.

Day 5:

Explore the Secrets Hidden Behind the Beautiful Sand Dunes on a Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tour.

Jaisalmer

After breakfast, you can go to Jaisalmer to discover the secrets hidden beneath the Golden Sands of the Thar Desert.

The golden Jaisalmer Fort, with its golden limestone walls, looks as though it has just emerged from the sands.

Then you can gaze in awe at the magnificent royal Havelis such as Patwon-Ki-Haveli, Nathmal-Ki-Haveli, and Salim Singh-Ki-Haveli, all of which testify of the regal past.

These Havelis, which date from the 12th to 15th centuries, include magnificent carvings and filigree work.

After seeing the amazing architectural marvels, take a little break at the picturesque Gadisar Lake, which was previously Jaisalmer’s only supply of water.

After that, you can take a camel ride to the picturesque Sam Sand Dunes, where you can watch a spectacular sunset.

Following a memorable camel safari, check into one of the desert camps and enjoy local folk performances while relaxing around a campfire.

Enjoy a delectable and authentic Rajasthani dinner.

Stay overnight at the Desert Camp in Jaisalmer.

Day 6:

End of Trip with a Bag Full of Lifetime Memories | Jaisalmer to Jaipur and Departure

Jaipur

Enjoy a great breakfast as you wake up to a lovely morning in the desert.

After packing your things and a lifetime of memories, depart from the desert encampment.

After that, you can return to Jaipur.

Reach your selected destination in Jaipur for your onward journey to end the tour with great memories.