The Indian state of Rajasthan, one of the most colorful and vibrant states in the country, truly rich in terms of culture, history, music, cuisine and lots more. From golden sand dunes to traditional handicrafts, magnificent places or havelis to authentic food items, this Land of Maharajas has so much to experience and explore. Rajasthan is more than a desert. Princely and colorful cities, serene lakes and awe-inspiring forts, this incredible state of India is a true state of contrasts and surely reflects that!
Known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur is renowned for its royal architecture and romantic backdrops. Decorated with various lakes and enveloped by the Aravalli Hills in all directions, Udaipur is also one of the best places to experience luxury in India. Larger than life havelis, tasty food, pretty lake-side cafes and calmness of lakes like Pichola, Badi and Fatehsagar, Udaipur has it all.
A place where the landscape turns barren and drier, vegetation thins and rippled dunes appear in all their sandy glory, Rajasthan’s golden city Jaisalmer is home to India’s only living fort. Adorned with larger than life havelis and carved temples, Jaisalmer is an amalgam of exotic Indian desert culture, heritage and adventure. Named after Maharaja Jaisal Singh, Jaisalmer is one of the most popular historical places not only in Rajasthan but in the entire country. For the traveler in you keen on visiting a location with a rich heritage, religious significance, and ofcourse delicious Rajasthani food, you must plan a trip to Jaisalmer.
Rajasthan’s blue city Jodhpur is the former capital of the Marwar region. Dotted with the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort and architectural marvels like Jaswant Thada, Jodhpur is primarily famous for its temples, blue houses and delectable food items like pyaaj kachori, mirchi bada and mawa kachori to name a few.
Udaipur Arrival | Local Exploration
After arriving in Udaipur, check-in to our hotel, have some leisure and freshen-up.
Head out to explore Rajasthan’s lake city and various heritage wonders. Visit Udaipur’s City Palace and experience the grandeur and rich history of Mewar region. The City Palace offers panoramic views of Pichola lake and the entire white city. Move towards Sajjangarh Fort also known as Monsoon Palace situated on a hilltop.
A trip to Udaipur will remain incomplete without soaking in the serenity of its freshwater lakes. Visit the mesmerizing Lake Pichola, go out in the market area for shopping and lip-smacking street food options.
Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Udaipur.
Udaipur to Jodhpur | Kumbhalgarh Fort | Jodhpur Arrival
Wake up early and post breakfast, check-out from our hotel in Udaipur and drive to Jodhpur - Rajasthan’s blue city.
Enroute Jodhpur, we will take a halt and visit Kumbhalgarh Fort also known as The Great Wall of India, one of the most beautiful forts in Rajasthan and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next we will visit Maharana Pratap Museum in Haldighati built in honor of Mewari Rana and his battle with the Mughals.
After arriving in Jodhpur, check-in to our hotel and have some leisure.
Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Jodhpur.
Jodhpur Local Exploration | Historical Marvels of Jodhpur
Wake up early and post breakfast, we will head out for a local sightseeing tour of Jodhpur.
We will visit Umaid Bhawan Palace to witness the royalty and one of the largest private residencies in the world. Experience the grandeur of Mehrangarh Fort, one of the largest forts positioned in Rajasthan perched on top of a perpendicular cliff. We will end our blue city exploratory tour at Jaswant Thada, a cenotaph dedicated to Mewar kings and commonly known as the Taj Mahal of Mewar.
Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel in Jodhpur.
Jodhpur to Jaisalmer | Thar Desert Diaries
Wake up early and post breakfast, check-out from our hotel in Jodhpur and drive to Jaisalmer - Rajasthan’s golden city.
After arriving in Thar Desert, check-in to our campsite located in Sam Sand Dunes, freshen-up and have some leisure.
Post refreshment, we will head out for Camel Safari in Thar Desert. Witness the beautiful sunset while enjoying your camel ride. Experience the thrill in Jeep Dune Bashing.
In the evening, enjoy a warm bonfire with Rajasthani folk music, Kalbelia dance and mouth-watering snacks.
Savour home-style cooked Rajasthani dinner and overnight stay in camps.
Rajasthan’s Golden City | Depart for Udaipur
Wake up early in the morning and post breakfast check-out from our campsite in Sam Sand Dunes and drive towards Jaisalmer old city. Enroute, we'll visit Kuldhara village, an abandoned village dating back to 200 hundred years.
Head out to explore India’s only living fort - Jaisalmer Fort. Take a walk in this magnificent historic fort and learn the legends associated with it.
Visit other major attractions like Gadisar Lake, feel free to explore the local market and taste different cuisines at recommended themed cafes/restaurants.
In the evening, start-off your return journey to Udaipur.
Udaipur Arrival | Trip Ends
Reach Udaipur early in the morning with lots of amazing memories and unforgettable experiences.
Transportation from Udaipur to Udaipur: comfortable AC Deluxe bus/Force Traveler.
Accommodation on sharing basis: 1 night in hotel (Udaipur), 2 nights in hotel (Jodhpur), 1 night in swiss camps (Jaisalmer).
Meals: Breakfast (4) and Dinner (4), starting from Dinner on Day 1 till Breakfast on Day 5. Complimentary evening snacks (veg) in Jaisalmer.
Experienced and cool Trip Captain.
Local Guided Tour: City Palace, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Jaisalmer Fort and Umaid Bhawan Palace.
Activities in Jaisalmer: camel safari & jeep dune bashing and Rajasthani dinner & folk show.
Local sightseeing as per the itinerary only.
Driver allowances, toll taxes, parking, state road taxes.
Any extra meals apart from the ones mentioned under inclusions.
Travel Insurance, items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry etc.
Any entry fees, extra expenses for optional activities or tickets, unless quoted in Inclusions.
Any other costing involved due to circumstances like natural calamity, weather conditions, riots, roadblocks, landslides or any other forced circumstances which are out of our control.
GST (5%) is applicable extra.
Anything which is not mentioned in the above inclusions.
Easy to carry trolley bag or good quality backpack/rucksack (prefered)
Comfortable clothing such as full sleeve shirts/t-shirts or kurtas for day purpose
Jackets/sweaters/stoles or shawls for night stay and night bus journey
Comfortable shoes, flip flops or open sandals while commuting local
Water bottles (avoid single-use plastic)
Quick snacks for journey like dry fruits, chocolates
Sunblock lotions and other personal care items & toiletries
Phone, camera and photography equipments
ATMs and adequate amount of cash for shopping, cafe visits
Items like torch, power banks, sunglasses
Personal identity document like Aadhaar, driving licence, passport