Rajwada Rajasthan Tour

6 Nights 7 Days Rajwada Rajasthan Tour  (Places Covered: Jaipur, Jodhpur and  Jaisalmer Tour)

You can plan your Rajasthan holiday or admirers and experience the new cultural life in Rajasthan. Rajasthan was a state that is popular with foreigners. Rajwada Rajasthan Tour , as well as their site-seeing will make your best memories.

DAY 01: Arrive at Jaipur

Pick up from Jaipur Railway Station. Check in to the Hotel. Evening free for shopping Overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY 02: jaipur sightseeing

After Breakfast Full day Jaipur sight seeing (visit city palace, Jantar mantar, Birla Mandir and on the way hawa mahal and Jal mahal. Overnight stay at the hotel. (B)

amer fort

Nostalgic Amer Fort (Amber Fort) is one of India’s most popular and visited forts. It is located near Jaipur, Rajasthan. It is no surprise that it ranks high on the list of Jaipur’s top attractions.

As part of a group that included six hill forts in Rajasthan, the fort was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. Its architecture is notable for its fusion of Rajput (Hindu), and Mughal(Islamic) styles.


Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar in Jaipur has captured the essence of many a wanderlust over the years. An open-air astronomical observatory, this UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the rare and timeless places of attraction in Jaipur, and the world. With an illuminating history that predates modern civilization, this observatory was far ahead of its time and showcased the ancient ways of reading stars and skies.

hawa mahal

Hawa Mahal, which is located in Badi Choupad (Pink City of Jaipur), was built in 1799. The outside walls have 953 windows. It is a beautiful summer palace with 953 windows on the outside walls. It was an extension of the City Palace located nearby. For more information on Hawa Mahal, please see below.

DAY 03: Drive jaipur to Jodhpur (350 kms | 8 hrs)

After Breakfast proceed to Jodhpur. Check in to the hotel. Evening free for shopping Overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY 4: Jodhpur Sightseeing

Take a full day sightseeing tour and visit: – Ummaid Bhawan Palace, Meharangarh Fort mandor garden and Jaswant Thada. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Meherangarh Fort

The Mehrangarh Fort is a hundred feet high and stands on a precipice to the opposite, four hundred feet above Jodhpur. Red sandstone polished to a forceful finish. But it also has a strange, captivating magnificence that attracts. The Citadel of the Sun has received a lot of attention, as it truly is one of the most important in Rajasthan. Its dimensions are so vast that Rudyard Kipling described it as “the work of mammoths”. It is today a protected stronghold in India.

Jaswant Thada

This white marbled building is a monument to an Rajput clan. The cenotaph was erected during the late 19th century, by Maharaja Sadar Singh to commemorate his father Maharaja Jaswant Singh II 33rd Rathore ruler of Jodhpur. You should go to this monument, which is an architectural style reminiscent of a temple when they travel to Jodhpur. Jaswant Thada is an ideal illustration of the brilliance of architecture. 

Ummaid Bhawan Palace

One of the most well-known palaces is Umaid Bhawan Palace, which was built between 1928 and 1943. It is believed that the palace was built with large quantities of yellow sandstone, covering 26 acres of gardens. This makes it one of the most luxurious private residences in the world. This place features the art Deco design and the renaissance style. It also has 2 swimming pools, and Jiva Grande Spa.

DAY 5: Drive Jodhpur to Jaisalmer (295 kms | 8 hrs)

From Jodhpur, transfer to Jaisalmer. Check into the hotel on arrival. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY 6: Jaisalmer

Take a half-day sightseeing tour and visit Jaisalmer Fort, Jain temple and havelis. Rest of the day at leisure. Take a drive to the Sam sand dunes in the evening. Overnight stay at the sam tent.

Gadisar Lake

Gadisar Lake has been a landmark in the gorgeous town of Jaisalmer. The lake has preserved the rich heritage and culture of this region in Rajasthan and is among its most precious assets this city is blessed with. The lake was constructed by the Maharaja who was the first to rule the city – Raja Rawal Jaisal as a reservoir to conserve water that would assist in the huge water shortages that his people faced. This lake is so significant to this city that in the vicinity of the lake are numerous shrines, temples and Ghats.

Jaisalmer Fort

It is Jaisalmer Fort in Rajasthan is considered to be one of the most enduring “living forts”. This stunning sandstone fort is deep within the Thar Desert and is the most popular tourist attraction in Jaisalmer. This is a comprehensive guide for visiting Jaisalmer Fort, from how to reach it, to the things to expect, images of the fort and more! Like many forts, cities, monuments, and all of Rajasthan Jaisalmer Fort is no exception. 

Patwon Ki Haveli

In the city of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan a classical architectural wonder is located, referred to by the Patwon Ki Haveli. It is located close to the Patwa valley it is made up of five different palaces and is also known as the residence of brocade traders, since it was constructed on the estate of an affluent brocade dealer and jeweler. The 5 mansions are intended to be home to five Patwa brothers. There is currently one haveli where guests can be accommodated, and two others are under the supervision of the Archeological Survey of India. 

DAY 7: departure from Jaisalmer

Morning breakfast at hotel. Intime check out from the hotel and transfer to Jaisalmer Railway Station.

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