Hello Prakash, Going around Rajasthan sounds exciting! You can follow this itinerary below for your Rajasthan tour. This tour starts from Jaipur and ends in Jodhpur. Day 1: Jaipur
Starting early in the morning, you can explore Amer Fort, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Observatory, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and Govind Ji Temple in Jaipur.
You can plan a visit to Chokhi Dhani in the evening. Day 2 and Day 3: Udaipur
(Travelling time between Jaipur to Udaipur is 7.5 hours approx.)
As you will reach Udaipur around evening on this day, you can spend some time at Lake Pichola and explore street markets around.
Next day, you can visit Fateh Sagar, Maharana Pratap Memorial, Nehru Garden, Sehelion-KI-Bari - Queen’s Resort, Sukhadia Circle (Drive Pass), Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum, City Palace, Jagdish Temple and Gulab Bagh. Day 4: Jodhpur
(Travelling time between Udaipur to Jodhpur is 5.5 hours approx.)
If you depart from Udaipur early in the morning, you can reach Jodhpur before afternoon.
On arrival in Jodhpur, visit Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Mehrangarh, Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal, Jaswant Thada, Kaylana Lake and Mandore Garden. I would suggest you opt for a package for your Rajasthan tour. As you are looking forward to travelling with your family, it will be easy for you to manage transfers and you will be able to cover a good number of sightseeing places during the tour. You can check out these links for other good and similar itineraries and packages:
https://www.tripoto.com/tour-packages/vibrant-rajasthan-156394799487https://www.tripoto.com/tour-packages/rajasthan/royal-rajasthan-156865547229 I hope this will be helpful!
I have lived all my life in Rajasthan. So let me try to make it simple for you.
You can go to Udaipur-Japiur-Mount Abu. From Udaipur you can go to Kumbhalgarh fort which is magnificent. Jaipur has its haunted fort of Bhangarh a couple of hours away. Also Ranthambore is near Jaipur. Chittorgarh is a beautiful place to visit to, the biggest and most important fort in Rajasthan is in Chittorgarh (from the movie Padmavat) Or you can visit Jodhpur-Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer has the 'sam' which gives you desert safari and camel safari, with beautiful folk dances and songs in the night and you can stay all night there. Jodhpur also has a beautiful fort and bawadis.
You can visit my profile and look at the Udaipur itinerary and Kumbhalgarh itinerary.
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