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Hey bro, You can follow this route Delhi->Agra->Fatehpur Sikri->Jaipur->Bhangarh fort->Jaipur->Ajmer->Pushkar->Ajmer->Udaipur->Jodhpur->Jaiselmar->Bikaner->Delhi. Two best things in entire trip is Jaiselmar and Bhangarh fort. Try Sher-e-Punjab restaurant at Fatehpur Sikri on main highway.
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Thanks for help... I will try my best to follow your route
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Thanks for useful information... yes I was in zostel at Pushkar and for rest of my journey I spend my night in Moustache....I dont know about other location of zostel but Zostel at Pushkar is very poor not satisfied like Moustache
Delhi- Agra- Jaipur- Bhangarh- Jaipur- Ajmer-Pushkar- chittorgarh- Udaipur - Jodhpur- Jaisalmer- Bikaner- Delhi You can follow this route. In this,One day will be needed for Agra, Bhangarh, Ajmer(& Pushkar together), Chittorgarh & Jodhpur each. You can select Jaipur, Udaipur & Jaisalmer for staying purpose. I don't have much idea about Bikaner. Don't miss the desert camp in Jaisalmer.You can book a package for Jaisalmer. The packages generally cover sand dunes, camel & Jeep safaris and stay in desert with local food & culture. On way to Ajmer from Jaipur, you will cross through a place called 'Kishangarh'. Do visit the 'marble slurry ground'. Search for the name and you'll know why i am saying so. Rajasthan is also known for Bundi kingdom. Do visit Bundi incase you have time. Sunrise from Nahargarh fort & Sunset from Chittorgarh & Nahargarh fort fort is a must. Backpackers' hostels are available in all the cities charging 300-500/person. Always keep some extra food/snacks as very less or no stalls are found near forts. Days may still be warm but nights get cold so keep proper woolens. For more information DM to @lazytraveller on instagram.
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Thank you but it was late😀