3 Night 4 Days Rajasthan Tour

Jaipur, Rajasthan
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Rajasthan is a state in northern India and it is also the largest state in India. The name Rajasthan means “Land of Kings” and it lives up to its name with many castles, forts and lakes amidst arid deserts. This makes up for quite an interesting sight to see with local people, food and colorful clothes adding to the vibe of the place.

Jaipur is the capital city and the largest city in the state of Rajasthan. It is also known as the “Pink City” as almost all of the buildings and architecture adorn pink color on their walls. Jaipur also serves as a gateway to other famous places in Rajasthan such as Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Mount Abu.

Some of the famous places to visit in Jaipur are the Hawa Mahal and Jal Mahal.

Hawa Mahal is a beautiful palace which is made up of red and pink sandstone which gives it a really impressive look. Jal Mahal on the other hand is a palace in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. It is a brilliant example of Rajput Style of architecture and makes up for a really unique location in the world. Jantar Mantar is a collection of nineteen astronomical instruments in the shape of architecture. It has the world’s largest sundial and is also a UNESCO world heritage site. The structure was built in the 19th century.

Ajmer is one of the oldest cities of India, surrounded by the Aravali Mountains. Ajmer has one of the holiest shrines for the Muslims in the world, Dargah Sharif which only comes second to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Legend has it that Mughal emperor Akbar was one of the most famous devotees of Chisti and once walked barefoot all the way from Agra to Ajmer.

Pushkar is a city in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan which is famous for its temples and pilgrimage sites for both Hindus and Sikhs. Some of the most famous places to visit in Pushkar are the Pushkar lake, Gurudwara Singh Sabha and Brahma Temple. The world famous Pushkar Camel fair starts in November which makes it one of the best times to visit Pushkar. It is one of the best places to see the sun go down, you might want to hop off to a rooftop cafe to unwind from the day’s travel and enjoy a surreal sunset and some local delicacies of Pushkar.

Alternatively, you can also see the sunset from a famous temple, known as Savitri Mandir. You won’t be able to see the sunset from the temple itself, but a small hike which takes around 40 minutes will lead you to a hill from where you can see the panoramic view of Pushkar and safe to say, it is one of the best spots to watch the sun go down and take in a stunning view of the city.

Evening time only adds to the beauty of Pushkar, Hindu chants and bells ringing from the Pushkar lake adds a holy vibe. During night, the streets take on a whole new color as you can shop for various local artifacts and souvenirs from Sarafa Bazaar, Baza bazaar and Kedalgand Bazaar. The markets are brightly lit which adds to the festivity of the place even when there are no festivals.

Months from October to February are considered one of the best times to visit these places, as it won’t be extremely hot and the weather would be pleasant. This Rajasthan tour is apt for couples, family or group of friends planning to travel during a long weekend.

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