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Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Pushkar - Jaipur Tour Package
Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Pushkar - Jaipur Tour Package: Overview
Rajasthan is one of the most popular travel destination in India and it is also second most popular destination for foreign tourist after Goa. Rajasthan is known for its beautiful forts, Lakes, Dessert and Rajasthani food. In this package we are covering Jaipur which is known as The "Pink City" that is large, crowded, and noisy. However, it's a city full of captivating ancient palaces and forts, with most of them boasting stunning views and elaborate architecture. Second destination is Udaipur which has many tourist attraction like old mansions, beautiful gardens, intricate temples, and grand palaces overlooking expansive shimmering lakes. Next destination is Chittorgarh that is Popular for its monument and fort. The last destination of this package is Pushkar which has the first and one of the very few Brahma temples in the world.
Holiday Travel India Pvt. Ltd. Offering this tour package for indian and International Tourists, ranging from Visiting the Pink City, to Holy Pilgrimage in Pushkar, Jaipur Heritage visits, Udaipur Lake Palaces, Valor of Chittorgarh, etc..
Top Highlights of The Tour
Enjoy to Explore Rajasthan
Visit Pink City- Jaipur and Udaipur
City Tour of Jaipur
All Major Attractions of Chittogarh like Dargah Khawaja Sahib, Chittogarh Fort and Brahma Temple, Rana Kumbh Palace and Meera Temple.
Enjoy to Visit Udaipur and Major Attractions like Pichola Lake, Saheliyon ki Badi and Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum.
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Aug-31
Dec-15 To Jan-10
6N-7D 2 Star Hotel
Ch-Hotel Umaid Residency,Jaipur/Hotel lake palace,Pushkar/Hotel Udaigarh Palace, Udaipur/Hotel Kirti Plaza, Chittogarh
|Rs 22599||Rs 24599||Rs 19599||Rs 27499|
6N-7D 3 Star Hotel
Ch- Hotel Golden Manor, Jaipur/Hotel Heritage, Pushkar/Hotel Padmini Palace,Udaipur/Hotel Castle Bijapur, Chittogarh
|Rs 26499||Rs 28599||Rs 22599||Rs 30599|
6N-7D 5 Star Hotel
Ch- Hotel Radission Blue, Jaipur/Hotel Ananta Spa & Resort, Pushkar/Hotel Ramada Udaipur/Hotel Lake Nahargarh, Chittogarh
|Rs 43499||Rs 47499||Rs 41599||Rs 50000|
Daily Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation on twin sharing basis at Hotels mentioned above or similar.
2 Nights Accommodation in Udaipur
1 Night Accommodation in Chittorgarh
1 Night Accommodation in Ajmer/Pushkar
2 Nights Accommodation in Jaipur
Vehicle toll tax, Parking charges, Driver night hault
Pickup and Drop from Jaipur airport/ Railway station
Extra and personal meals/Beverages.
Airfare/Train fare from the city you are visiting. Can be arranged on request.
Personal transportation not mentioned in the itinerary.
Personal expenses such as Tips, insurance, beverages, mineral water, telephone charges etc.
Other adventure sports.
Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Pushkar - Jaipur Tour Package: Hotels
2 - Star Hotels
Jaipur- Hotel Umaid Residency- 3.5.- Certificate of Excellence
Pushkar – Hotel Lake Palace -TA Rank – 3.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Udaipur – Udaigarh Palace -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Chittogarh – Hotel Kirti Plaza -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
3 - Star Hotels
Jaipur- Hotel Golden Manor- 3.5.- Certificate of Excellence
Pushkar – Hotel Heritage -TA Rank – 3.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Udaipur – Hotel Padmini Palace -TA Rank -4.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Chottorgarh – Hotel Castle Bijapur -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
5 – Star Hotel
Jaipur- Hotel Radisson Blue -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Pushkar- Hotel Ananta Spa & Resort -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Udaipur – Ramada Udaipur -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Udaipur – Hotel Lake Nahargarh-TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
After arrival at Udaipur Airport/ Railway Station and transfers to your hotel After some Rest, In the evening, explore the countryside on wheels, feet or horse and take a breathtaking boat ride over the lake (at your own cost) admiring the perfect sunset view. Overnight stay at Udaipur.
After breakfast, proceed for a city tour. Begin your tour with a visit to the City Palace. Once here, marvel the rooms with mirrored walls and ivory doors, windows with colored glasses, the beautiful marble balconies and the peacock courtyard. Then visit the lovely Sahelion-ki-Bari (Queen’s resort for their friends) gardens,lake Pichola. Then visit Bhartiya Lok kala Museum – a museum of folk and art that displays a rich collection of folk dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks and dolls. Overnight in Udaipur.
Pichola Lake: An artificial fresh water lake, created in the year 1362 AD, named after the nearby Picholi village. The lake’s surroundings and the several islands within the lake have been developed over the centuries, with palaces, marble temples, family mansions, and bathing ghats. The famous Lake Palace (now converted into a heritage hotel) is located in the middle of the lake. Two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir are located within Pichola Lake. Local buses, Tongas, auto-rickshaws and taxis provide the needed transport.
Saheliyon ki Badi: Built by Maharana Bhopal Singh. Saheliyon ki Bari means Garden of the Maids. This garden area lies in northern part of the city and has fountains and kiosks, a lotus pool and marble elephants. Each water channel has its distinct sound and the mingling of these sounds complement the ambience of the place. There is also a small museum here. Sahelion Ki Bari' was laid for a group of forty-eight young women attendants who accompanied a princess to Udaipur as part of her dowry.
After breakfast you will proceed for Chittorgarh which is 115 km far away from Udaipur. Chittorgarh is stands for the birth places of Rajputs and it holds a special place in the hearts of many Rajputs. After reach you will visit the most famous places which are Chittorgarh Fort, Vijay Stambh, Kirti Stambh and after having a lunch in Rituraj vatika restaurant later you will visit Rana Kumbha Palace, Meera Temple and Gaumukh Reservoir, in the evening back to hotel. Overnight stay and Dinner aty Chittorgarh hotel.
Chittorgarh Fort: Chittorgarh fort is one of the greatest forts in the state of Rajasthan, whose walls shout of great sacrifices and valor of the Rajput men and it is also called water fort The fort had 84 water bodies The fort spreads over 700 hectares, 40 per cent of which are given over to water bodies. The average reservoir depth is about 2 m It is believed that the fort served as the capital of Mewar for nearly eight centuries.
Vijay Stambh: Vijay Stambh generally knoen as Tower of Victory Built in 1440 AD by Maharana Kumbha to commemorate his victory over Mohamed Khilji this 9-storyed tower is adorned by sculptures of Hindu deities around. Vijay stambh built in Rajput style is covered with architectural ornaments, images of Gods and Goddesses, seasons, musical instruments and weapons.
After breakfast check out from hotel and drive to Ajmer/Pushkar. Visit Ajmer-e-Sharief Dargah, Adhai-Din-Ka Jhonpara & drive to Pushkar (14 km). Later travel to Pushkar, check in to your hotel and after some rest, visit the temple of Lord Brahma, the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma. You might like to take a dip in the holy lake and visit few more temples around. Overnight stay at Pushkar.
Dargah Khawaja Sahib: Dargah of khwaja Moinuddin Chisti is the great place of pilgrimage for the Muslims. Khwaja reached India in 1162 A.D. from Iran and settled at Ajmer in 1190 A.D. here in his residence he died in 1236 A.D. at the age of 97 and he was buried in his residence itself. Sultan Gayasuddin Khilji built a tomb on this place in 1464 A.D. Akbar built Akbari mosque, a meeting hall and 23m high Buland Darwaja (gate). Shahjahan added Jama Masjid in white marble and the large.
Adhai din ka Jhonpara - The ruins of this building called ‘Adhai din ka Jhonpara’ can be seen at the foot of Taragarh hill. This building was built by Visaldev in 1153 A.D. and was a Sanskrit college building. But afterwards Mohammad Gauri ordered that it should be converted in mosque in two and half days. That is why it is called as ‘Adhai din ka Jhonpara’. This is a good example of Indo - Islamic architecture. The distinct pillars and arched screen with its ruined minarets make it a splendid architectural masterpiece
Brahma Temple: Those who follow Hinduism believe that Lord Brahma is the Creator and worship him. In spite of the importance attached to Lord Brahma, there are only three temples for him all over the world and only one in India. Pushkar gains additional importance as Brahma Temple is seen here. The temple and its surroundings are unique. The temple structure is built of marble and it is beautiful. Though Pushkar has many temples, Brahma Temple stands apart for its magnificence.
Morning after breakfast, check out from hotel and drive to the Pink city Jaipur. Check in to your hotel and day free for leisure activities. You might like to chose from optional tours of Birla Temple or Chaukhi Dhani in the evening. Overnight stay at jaipur.
After breakfast proceed to visit city attractions covering Amber Fort. Enjoy Feel like a maharaja from the past as you ride up to Amber Fort on an elephant outfitted with traditional Indian draperies. Later visit Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar (observatory). Overnight stay at Jaipur hotel.
Hawa Mahal: A stunning presentation of the rich architectural expertise of the past, Hawa Mahal is a not-to-miss tourist places in Jaipur. True to the name it earned as the ‘Palace of the Winds’, Hawa Mahal has 953 windows to provide ventilation. The five-storey building does not have steps to reach upper floors. Slopes connect the storeys and it is said that the Mahal was constructed to enable the Royal women of Rajput family to view the happenings in the city. You would want to visit the archeological museum in Hawa Mahal.
Amber Fort: Also known as Amer Fort, it is located in Amer, which is around 11 kilometers from Jaipur. The red sandstone and marble stone construction reflect a blend of Hindu-Muslim architecture. The main entrance faces east and there are three more entrances. There are four courtyards in Amber Palace. One of the courtyards has the Public Audience Hall, called the Diwan-i-AAm. The place provides you an opportunity to ride on elephant. Though it is only a ten-minute walk to the fort, which is uphill.
After breakfast, check out from your hotel and drive to New Delhi and transfers to Airport/ Railway Station with memories of A Lifetime Trip.
Other Major Attractions:
Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum: Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum is one of the most famous museums of Udaipur, exhibiting the brilliant collection of folk articles of Rajasthan. This rare compilation varies from typical rural-dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, folk musical instruments, folk deities and paintings. The museum is comfortably located in the building of Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal near Chetak Circle in Udaipur city.
Kirti Stambh: Kirti Stambh is a well known by Tower of Fame and Dedicated to Adinathji the 1st Jain Teerthankar adorned by the naked figures of the Digambars [Adherents of the Digambar sect who does not believe in covering the natural body The 22 metres high tower was build by a wealthy jain merchant in the 12th century A.D
Rana Kumbha Palace: The ruined edifice of great historical and architectural interest, being the most massive monument in the fort of Chittaur. The palace is believed to have underground cellars where Rani Padmini and other women committed Jauhar
Meera Temple: Meera Temple Build by Maharana Kumbha in 1449, this lord Vishnu Temple has beautiful idols in its sanctum, m the temple stands at the birth place of Meera Bai and is a one of the major tourist attractions of the place. Meera is believed to have composed numerous verses and sung them in praise of the Lord Krishna from here.
Jantar Mantar Observatory: Jantar Mantar is not just like any other average observatory; it is ranked amongst the largest observatories of the world. Built during the period of Maharaja His keen interest in astronomy led him to construct the country’s largest observatory. The geometric devices available here are used in measuring time, observing constellations and orbits around the biggest star. The astrological instruments attract astronomers and architects from all parts of the world.
Reasons to go on Tours of Rajasthan with Holiday Travel only
We have expert and extensive knowledge of the region. We will give you the opportunity to not just see the biggest and most popular sights, but also the ones you might miss traveling on your own. Your journey will be like traveling with a local insider who has the scoop on everything you might want to see and do. All our Rajasthan Tour Packages are flexible enough to allow you to custom-tailor your adventure however you like. From where you eat dinner to just taking a break and resting. Your journey is still your own – but with the experts always there to help when you need us.
Touring in Regal Splendour - Palace on Wheels
A thrilling way to discover this state of erstwhile maharajas and rajas is to travel by the legendary Palace on Wheels. This special train is made up of 14 air-conditioned saloons, each having two twin-bedded and two double-bedded chambers, with attached toilets, hot & cold showers, channel music and specially designed furniture. From the moment you step on board, smartly liveried bearers wait you on as the train moves from Delhi to Jaipur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur and Agra before completing the circuit at Delhi. It is seven nights and eight days of pure magic as you see a slice of Rajasthan - historical monuments, golden desert sands, flora and fauna, folk dance and music -- and experience how it must have felt to be a maharaja.
By Road: Rajasthan is connected by well-maintained National Highways to the neighbouring states of Delhi, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Rajasthan roadways buses run regular and deluxe coaches to these states. The roads are four lane highways in most places with enroute halts, rest stations, restaurants and gas and service stations. Travel and tour operators run a number of conducted tours to the many tourist destinations in Rajasthan. For those interested in driving themselves around the state, remember that traffic drives on the right of the road and international driving licenses or at the very least current local licenses are mandatory.
Best Time to Visit Rajasthan
If you are planning for a trip to Rajasthan, it is necessary to know the best time when you can visit Rajasthan. Rajasthan basically experiences all around the year but best season starts from November to March. November to March are the ideal months to visit Rajasthan, because you can move about during day time also.
Why the Dance of Rajasthan is so Unique
Rajasthan is the famous state and well visited tourist destination historical traditions are that Rajputs, Nath, Jats, Bhils, Ahirs, Gujars, Meenas and some other tribes made a great contribution in building the state of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is famous for its cultural and dance activity all the things is so unique and different from other state.
The traditional dances of Rajasthan are absolutely colorful and lively and have their own significance and importance. In Rajasthan, folk dances are the highlights of any celebration and festivity the simple yet expressive dances of Rajasthan are enjoyed by one and all. These Rajasthan dances have been performed since very old times and thus are significant historically also. Given here are some popular forms of Rajasthan dances.
Chari: The Chari dance is basically a village dance, which is performed to express happiness when the villagers go in search of water and find it. The brass pot under this dance form plays an important role when dancers place ignited cottonseed on the same. he dancers perform the graceful and impressive foot movements while rhythmist on the beats of the Rajasthani music he rass pots are placed on the head on the dancers with burning fire in it.
Ghoomar: The Ghoomar is the most popular form of Rajasthani dance. Women perform this dance during auspicious events and occasions. This dance form is marked important by the Rajpur women who performs this dance form dedicating it to their spouse. This dance form is mainly performed during the grand festivals like teej and gangaur.The colorful skirts known as "Ghagra" look stunningly when they gracefully sway while the women dance.
Kacchi–Ghodi: The Kachhi Ghodi Dance is one of the most popular Folk Dances of Rajasthan. This dance is performed by mens on dummy horses. Men wear elaborate costumes- red turbans and dhotis and kurtas, embellished with brilliant mirror-work and ride the dummy horses. ance form is a perfect form to experience the royal culture of rajput people in Rajasthan.
Top Tourist Attractions cover in the Package
Jaipur: The "Pink City" of Jaipur is large, crowded, and noisy. However, it's a city full of captivating ancient palaces and forts, with most of them boasting stunning views and elaborate architecture. Jaipur forms part of India's popular Golden Triangle tourist circuit, and lures visitors with its stunning remnants of a bygone era. A visit to Jaipur will give you a feel for how the monarchy once lived in all its glory. Staying in Jaipur is also particularly enjoyable. The city has some incredible heritage hotels that have been converted from old palaces, giving guests a very regal experience!
Udaipur: It is an enchanting place full of old mansions, beautiful gardens, intricate temples, and grand palaces overlooking expansive shimmering lakes. The City Palace, which stretches along the eastern shore of Lake Pichola, leaves visitors spellbound. The way it has been constructed is exquisite, with Rajput military architecture and Mughal style decorative techniques both combined together. The narrow lanes of the old city are fascinating to explore.
Pushkar: For most of the year, Pushkar is a sleepy little holy town that attracts a lot of backpackers and hippie types. Pushkar really comes alive for a couple of weeks in October/November, when the Pushkar Camel Fair comes to town. It's a fascinating and peculiar sight, and a great opportunity to witness an old traditional style Indian festival.
Puskar is worth a visit at any time of year though if you want to chill out. However, it's not like it used to be there. These days Pushkar is becoming much more westernized and tourist focused. The priests by the bathing ghats (steps) are known to be very forceful in demanding donations too. Avoid that area, and head to the Pushkar market for some great shopping instead!
Chittorgarh: Chittorgarh is the epitome of Chattari Rajput that lies on the Berach River which has some tourist attractions like Chittorgarh Fort, Rana Kumbha's Palace, Rani Padmini's Palace, Kirti Stambh and Vijay Stambh
Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Pushkar - Jaipur Tour Package: Hotels
Umaid Residency, Jaipur: 2 Star – TA RANK 4.0 – Certficate of Excellence
Umaid Residency- A Regal Heritage Home, Jaipur, is a heritage hotel with detailed ethnic interiors. This residency has a unique setting and represents the true spirit of the Pink City. Away from the hustle-bustle, guests at this hotel can relax in a peaceful ambience with essential amenities and comfortable rooms
Golden Manor, Jaipur: 3 Star – TA RANK 3.5 – Certficate of Excellence
Hotel Golden Manor is located in the heart of Jaipur city. It provides comfortable and relaxed lodging that pertinently caters to the needs of modern travelers. It has a stunning architecture and good hospitality attracting a lot of guests.
Radisson Blue, Jaipur: 5 Star –TA RANK 4.0 – Certficate of Excellence
A traveler's perfect abode, Radisson Blu Jaipur offers its guests plush rooms and superior comfort. The inviting decor and contemporary setting provides its guests with a truly majestic experience. This hotel is ideal for travelers who never compromise on quality and luxury.
Pushkar Lake Palace , Pushkar: 2 Star – TA RANK 3.0 – Certficate of Excellence
Pushkar Lake Palace is a perfect destination to experience comfort and tranquillity. Guests at this palace get an opportunity to experience a stay in comfortable accommodations with best in class hospitality services.
Hotel Pushkar Heritage Pushkar,3 Star – TA RANK 3.5 – Certficate of Excellence
The comfortable rooms with a mystic backdrop of mountains ensures a pleasant stay. The enticing dining options, warm hospitality and flawless personalised services, this hotel offers a memorable stay.
Ananta Spa And Resorts Pushkar, 5 Star –TA RANK 4.0 – Certficate of Excellence
Ananta, The sprawling 9 acres 5-star luxury spa resort, off Pushkar A place where the mind, body and soul get replenished with the warm energy of wellness. Ananta expertly combines a luxuriant ambiance with welcoming human touch, to rejuvenate your 5 senses
Hotel Udaigarh , Udaipur: 2 Star – TA RANK 4.0 – Certficate of Excellence
Hotel Udaigarh, Udaipur, is a heritage hotel located around the famous Lake Pichola in the old City. It offers the culmination of perfect ambience, stylish interiors, comfortable rooms and great food.
Hotel Padmini Palace , Udaipur:3 Star – TA RANK4.5 – Certficate of Excellence
Hotel Padmini Palace, Udaipur is housed in a four-storey building, located in the heart of the city. Offering a range of contemporary amenities and services coupled with gracious hospitality and cosy accommodation, this hotel is sure to enchant the leisure travellers
Ramada Udaipur Resort and Spa , Udaipur: 5 Star – TA RANK4.5 – Certficate of Excellence
Ramada resort and spa recreates the romance of the past. With design details such as mirrored mosaics and miniature paintings, the architecture is typical of the Mewar region. The tranquil setting and design evoke the tradition of a bygone era.
Hotel Kirti Plaza , Chittorgarh: 2 Star TA RANK 4.5 Certficate of Excellence
Hotel Kirti Plaza is a budget category hotel located in Chittorgarh providing all the basic amenities to its guests. Hotels provided a standard ammimities with proper arrangemaents
Castle Bijaipur , Chittorgarh: 3 Star TA RANK 4.0 Certficate of Excellence
Castle Bijaipur, Chittorgarh, is a family run hotel that invites patrons with its Rajput hospitality. The ambience echoes the charm of the Rajasthani culture while its well-maintained rooms. Its exemplary architecture makes it historically significant and worth visiting.
Lake Nahargarh Palace A Justa Resort , Chittorgarh: 5 Star TA RANK 4.0 Certficate of Excellence
Lake Nahargarh Palace- A Justa Resort, Chittorgarh is a magnificent property. It is surrounded by Aravali hills and offers lake view rooms set around a verdant central courtyard. With much desired modern facilities, the resort welcomes both leisure and business travelers to experience the best. Pool for guests is available at the resort. Guests can rejuvenate as spa facility is offered by the resort and pool table is also present. In-house restaurant serves delicious cuisine along with other options like Theme Dinner, Barbeque and Grill while for some thrilling activities horse riding, boating, are offered
What to eat in Rajasthan
Poha is a popular street food of Rajasthan along with Samosa and Kachori. In udaipur Café Edelweiss is a famous breakfast joint here that is popularly known as German Bakery. The DaalBati Choorma is an exquisite Rajasthani food that is a must eat when in Rajasthan. In Rajasthan there are many street side shops that serve tasty food and snacks. Here you can eat both Gujarati and Rajasthani food.
Fairs and festivals
Bikaner Camel Festival: Known as the Ship of the Desert, the Camel has been a fundamental part of the lives of the Rajasthani lifestyle since time immemorial. In order to acknowledge the importance of this useful animal, the Camel Festival of Bikaner is celebrated on a grand scale in Rajasthan.
Desert Festival: One of the most famous festivals of Rajasthan, Desert Festival is celebrated every year in the months of January or February. It is celebrated for a duration of three days and is concluded on the day of the full moon, known as Purnima.
Gangaur Festival: A very important festival in Rajasthan, Gangaur Festival is celebrated with much enthusiasm and joy. Exclusive to the state of Rajasthan, Gangaur Festival is celebrated nowhere else in India.
Kajli Teej Festival: The Kajli Teej of Rajasthan is a very unique festival of India. Kajli Teej is celebrated exclusively in the Bundi region of Rajasthan. It is celebrated in the Hindu month of Bhadra (July-August).
Marwar Festival: Celebrated during the months of September-October, the Marwar Festival in Jodhpur is dedicated to the folk heroes of Rajasthan. The entire city of Jodhpur comes alive with lively celebrations of the Marwar Festival in Rajasthan.
Mewar Festival: The best time to visit Udaipur is during March-April. This is the time Mewar festival of Udaipur takes place. The whole city of Udaipur is decorated beautifully in colorful streamers and one can feel that a grand celebration is just round the corner.
Teej Festival: The Teej Festival of Rajasthan is one of the most important and the most widely celebrated festivals in India. Teej Festival is also known as the "Festival of Swings" as women tie swings on the branches of trees and enjoy swinging on them.
How to reach Rajasthan
By Air : Jodhpur, Jaipur and Udaipur are the cities with airports that are connected by regular flights to Delhi and Mumbai. Taxis, airport to city buses, auto rickshaws and tourist taxis are available outside these airports for the ride into the city. Some hotels will also arrange pick-ups for their reserved guests.
By Rail: Rajasthan is well connected on the vast network of Indian railways. Express, superfast and mail trains go on regular scheduled runs to cities like Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Bundi, Sawai Madhopur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Udaipur and Chittaurgarh. Trains from Calcutta, Mumbai and Delhi ply daily services to different cities and towns of Rajasthan. Besides, there is the legendary `Palace on Wheels’ that will take you around Rajasthan in royal style.