Jodhpur Holidays Package2 Nights / 3 daysPackage Code: HTPC001192
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Jodhpur Holidays: Overview
Jodhpur is second largest city of Rajasthan state which is famous as Sun City because it has sunny weather throughout the year. Jodhpur city have famous places to visit and get knowledge about history of ancient time. Holidaytravel.co customizes Jodhpur holidays 3 N/ 4D packages for you to visit and enjoy your holiday at Jodhpur and experienced new destination in your life. We offer you to visit and enjoy every moment of your holiday in Rajasthani culture. In this package you will cover all the famous places of Jodhpur which is mentioned in Itinerary, so don’t miss this chance and explore your holiday with us. Package is well designed or suited for Family, Kids or Couples
Rajasthani well famous culture
Relax at Jaswant Thada
Fabulous palaces and Forts: Phool Mahal, Moti Mahal, Mehrangarh Fort
Enjoy Rajasthani Cuisines
Fun while watching Famous Dance of Rajasthan
Wondering beauty of Jodhpur
Tourist attraction at Mandora Garden
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Sep-30
2N/3D Economy package cost
Extra Adult 500/-
|Rs 16800||Rs 18000||Rs 14500||Rs 0|
2N/3D deluxe package cost
Extra Adult 2500/-
|Rs 24720||Rs 26500||Rs 22500||Rs 0|
2 N/3 D Luxury package cost
Extra Adult 5000/-
|Rs 37200||Rs 40000||Rs 35500||Rs 0|
2 Nights accommodation at well furnished room
Well ranked hotel
Breakfast + Dinner
2 Day site seeing of Jodhpur
Personal Ac swift desire for 3 Days
Parking + Toll tax + Driver hault
Inclusive of all taxes
Any airfare/ Railwayfare ticket
Any entry fees
4.5% Gst tax
Jodhpur Holidays: Hotels
Geeta Mahal Home Stay, Economy hotel: TA Rank (4.5/5) - Certificate of Excellence
Hotel Shree Ram International, Deluxe Hotel: TA Rank (3.5/5) – Certificate of Excellence
The Gateway Hotel, Luxury Hotel: TA Rank (4.0/5) – Certificate of Excellence
After arrival at Jodhpur airport or railway station and meet with our representative and they will meet you with warm welcome and transfer you to hotel. After freshen up and get ready and you may have lunch at same hotel later you will visit some famous site seeing of Jodhpur which includes Jaswant Thada, Phool Mahal, Moti Mahal and in the evening you will visit Chamunda Mataji Temple, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Jodhpur hotel
Phool Mahal: Maharaja Abhaya Singh built the Phool Mahal. It is one of the grandest Mehrangarh Fort period rooms. It is believed that the Phool Mahal was a private and exclusive chamber of pleasure. Dancing girls are believed to perform here for the pleasure of the Maharajas. The gold for the Mahal came from Ahmedabad in Gujarat. The paintings, royal portraits and the ever-popular raga mala of the Mahal came during the reign of Jaswant Singh II.
Jaswant Thada: Jaswant Thada is a royal mausoleum and a classic example of the Rajputana style of architecture. With the imposing white marble and absolute beauty, this landmark in Jodhpur leaves you awestruck. Jaswant Thada is enriched with its amazing grandeur, beautiful gardens and intricately carved facades. The cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh displays portraits of the rulers and Maharajas
Day 01: FOOD
Lunch: Served at same hotel - Excluded
Dinner: Served at same hotel - Included
After breakfast you will visit some more famous excursion which includes Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Ghanta Ghar and Kaylana Lake, after that you will visit for lunch Bhawani dal bati centre later you will visit Rai Ka Bag Palace and Jaswant Sagar Dam, in the evening you will visit Umed Gardens, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Jodhpur hotels
Mehrangarh Fort: Mehrangarh Fort was the seat of the Rathore rulers from the House of Marwar. Located at a height of 400 feet above the city of Jodhpur, It’s a historic monument blessed with jaw-dropping architecture, fine art and exquisite ornamentation. The Indian leader Rao Jodha founded Mehrangarh Fort in 1459, when he moved his base from Mandore to Jodhpur
Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum: Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum exhibits an exclusive range of items belonging to the Maharajah and the royal family the museum has items ranging from weapons, an array of stuffed leopards, antiques, crockery to various trophies. Exhibits also comprise a huge banner presented by Queen Victoria and a collection of clocks. ourists can also view a wide collection of crockery, cutlery, rocks, watches, photographs and other antiques in the museum.
Ghanta Ghar: Ghanta Ghar was constructed by the Late Shri Sardar Singh Ji of Jodhpur Beside the tower, there is the Sadar Market that is frequented by tourists on shopping spree. From this market, tourists can purchase Rajasthani textiles, clay figurines, miniature camels and elephants, marble inlay work and classic silver jewellery.
Day 02: FOOD
Breakfast: Served at same hotel - Included
Lunch: You may have lunch at Bhawani dal bati centre (TA Rank 4.0/5) where you can enjoy Rajasthani cuisines - Excluded
Dinner: Served at same hotel – Included
After breakfast you will drop to Jodhpur airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour ends with lots of memory
Day 03: FOOD
Breakfast: Served at same hotel – Included
Other Attraction in Jodhpur
Mandore is located about 5 miles north of Jodhpur. It was the former capital of Maharajas of Marwar. In the Mandore garden, there are the dewals or cenotaphs of Jodhpur's former rulers. Instead of the usual chhatri-shaped cenotaphs typical of Rajasthan, this garden has a high rock terrace, which is its most prominent attraction.Cenotaphs (dewals) of Jodhpur's erstwhile rulers are dotted across this landscaped garden, which are different from those found in other regions of Rajasthan.
Kaylana Lake is located 8 km west of Jodhpur in Rajasthan It is an artificial lake, built by Pratap Singh in 1190. The lake spreads over an area of 84 km2 the lake is spread over an area of 84 sq.km. Apart from boating, tourists can also enjoy picnics at the lake.The area around this lake, also known as Pratap Sagar was once full of wild bears. Owing to this, the area once served as a secured hunting place for the royal members
Umed Garden is spread over an area of 82 acres the garden has five separate gates around it to facilitate entry to the garden from different directions. Within the garden, tourists can find Ashoka trees, lawns, fountains, a library and a zooUmed Garden in Jodhpur is positioned just next to the popular Umaid Palace which was envisaged by Umed Singhji after getting inspired from western lifestyle.
The Rai ka Bag Palace of Jodhpur, Rajasthan is another tourist spot for you to visit on your trip to Jodhpur. The queen of Maharaja Jaswant Singh-I, Hadiji, built this palace. This palace was ordered built by Queen Hadiji in 1663, and is located near the railway station bearing the same name. King Jaswant Singh II favoured this particular palace, frequently staying in the octagonal bungalow here.
Jaswant Sagar Dam was constructed by Maharajah Jaswant Singh in 1892 the dam supplies irrigation water in the region. Tourists visiting the lake can enjoy boating or wading around in water. The lake is also visited by children as a part of their educational trips. The water from Jaswant Sagar Dam of Jodhpur, Rajasthan is utilized for irrigation purposes in Jodhpur.
Chamunda Mataji Temple lies in the southern end of the Mehrangarh Fort. Legend behind the construction of the temple states the fact that Chamunda Mataji was the favourite goddess of Rao Jodha, the founder of Jodhpur. Dussehra celebrations to catch a glimpse of Chamunda Devi. The goddess is also revered by the citizens of Jodhpur.
Moti Mahal is the largest period room of the Mehrangarh Museum. It was built by Raja Sur Singh. Moti Mahal was where the king used to sit on his throne and meet all his subjects. The palace has the Sringar Chowki, The Royal Throne of Jodhpur. The Moti Mahal has five alcoves leading to hidden balconies. It is believed that the balconies were built for the five queens of the Maharaja to enable them to listen in on court proceeding