Rajasthan is a state in India that has a rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and warm people. It has been voted as one of the top travel destinations in the world by National Geographic Traveller magazine (January 2012). We have created this 2 weeks’ itinerary for Rajasthan so you can explore this beautiful state of India at your own pace.
Day 1 and 2: Udaipur
It is also known as Lake City because of its myriad lakes with palatial residences built around them. From amazing monuments that are listed as world heritage sites to ornate palaces, from ancient temples to amazing tourist places; Udaipur is enriched with innumerable attractions that make it a global tourist destination that you can visit by Taxi in Udaipur.
Day 3: Ranakpur To Jodhpur Taxi
On day 3, we will visit the famous Ranakpur Jain Temple. It was built by Maharaja Bijai Singh between 1646 and 1664 AD, who wanted to replicate the Kailash Nath Temple at Mount Abu in the miniature form here. The intricate marble carvings and domes on top of each pillar make this temple even more beautiful than it already is! After visiting the temple, it’s time for us to move towards our next place – Jodhpur!
Day 4: Jodhpur
It was founded by the Rathore Rajputs who fought against their neighboring clans and established the city of Jodhpur. A visit to Jodhpur will leave you spellbound with its beautiful monuments and mesmerizing landscapes.
Day 5: Jaisalmer Itinerary – Explore The Golden City Of India
Jaisalmer is a small town in Rajasthan that has become synonymous with the beautiful Khadsisar Fort. Located on the edge of the Thar Desert, Jaisalmer is at once one of the most popular tourist destinations in India and one of its most underrated. If you’re looking for some time away from your busy schedule or have always wanted to visit this part of India, then you should definitely consider including it in your itinerary!
Day 6: Jaisalmer Desert Safari/Camel Safari & Camping Tour
Jaisalmer is famous for its camel safari tours, where you can explore the desert in style on the back of a camel. It’s also known as “The Golden City” due to its stunning architecture and buildings constructed of yellow stone. You’ll spend a few hours visiting the fort, temples, and bazaars during your time here before heading out on your desert safari.
Day 7 – 8: Bikaner To Jaipur Taxi Via Nagaur Fair (Nagaur Cattle Fair)
The fair takes place at the banks of river Parbati in Nagaur city, which is 18 km away from Bikaner. Tourists can also watch camels and horses being sold during this event, however, these events are not very common anymore as most people prefer to buy their cattle online now instead!
You should expect a lot more traffic here due to this event being held so close by so make sure you give yourself plenty of time before heading off towards Jaipur or any other destination after visiting this area!
Day 9 – 10: Jaipur Itinerary (Places To Visit In Jaipur)
Jaipur is a city of palaces, forts, and temples. It is also known as Pink City. The city was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II between 1727 and 1734 AD and named after him as Jai Singhpura or Jai Singapur (literally means ‘victory to Lord’).
The main attraction in Jaipur is Hawa Mahal or Palace Of Winds palace complex which consists of 17 buildings with 1,444 windows all around its perimeter; these windows are smaller at the top than they are at the bottom so that women could see outside without being seen themselves! Also, visit Amber Fort which is not only one of the biggest forts in India but also has an incredible viewpoint called “Sonar Tori” which means golden gate where you can get magnificent views over the whole city!
Day 11 – 12: Jaipur To Pushkar Taxi
The journey from Jaipur to Pushkar via Tonk is a full-day excursion that takes you out of the city and into the countryside. You’re immediately transported from the green, manicured farms of Rajasthan to dusty, rolling plains that offer glimpses of camels, cows, and bulls lazily grazing amongst the backdrop of yellow skies. It is a landscape that feels different than what you’d expect in India – warmer, good-natured, and welcoming. You can also directly take Udaipur To Pushkar Taxi.
Day 13 – 14: Ajmer and Pushkar Itinerary/Ajmer To Delhi via Pushkar Lake, Pushkar Camel Fair, Brahma Temple, And Other Places To Visit In Ajmer and Pushkar
• Pushkar Lake
• Pushkar Camel Fair
• Brahma Temple
• Bharat Mata Temple
• Pushkar Museum