Rajasthan Backpacking to Pushkar Udaipur Bikaner | Justwravel
Rajasthan is one of those Indian states that boast its rich history through the Incredible India campaign of the Government of India. The historical forts made of yellow sandstones that reflects a burning sun like gold during the day, the beautiful lakes that let you witness an incredible sunset, the diverse culture of the locals, the lip smacking cuisine of the traditional Rajasthani Thali and the ever colouful Pushkar mela are like the milestones of this rich history.
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Delhi to Pushkar Overnight Journey
We’ll assemble in Delhi and after a brief introduction, we’ll depart for Pushkar to kick start an epic journey to the incredible state of Rajasthan
Pushkar Arrival and Sightseeing.
Approximately 450 kilometers from Delhi, the city of Pushkar takes around 8 to 9 hours of overnight travel. Reach Pushkar in the morning and do the hotel check-in. Post breakfast, we will leave for sightseeing of this beautiful city.
Here are some of the attractions that are going to give your eyes some treat to watch:
The lakes: The famous camel fair takes place on the banks of the Pushkar Lake. The Pushkar Fair brings livestock, farmers, traders and villagers from all over Rajasthan together and it is a mixture of colors, spectacle, and a carnival — possibly India’s very last traditional mela. The lake is still an integral part of the Incredible India Initiative for Rajasthan and it showcases the hidden beauty of Rajasthan, a state with the largest desert in India and yet has a city called the City Of Lakes. Fascinate yourself to some of the famous lakes. Enjoy the evening at Rose Gardens or leisure time at the hotel.
Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Pushkar to Udaipur via Ajmer
This 300 km journey starts post breakfast. We start early as today we’ll be spending some time to explore a bit of Ajmer on the way. Ajmer Sharif, Ana Sagar Lake, Akbar’s Palace and Museum, PrithvirajSmarakare some of those places that one needs to give a visit when in Ajmer. You can even go to the local market and do Shopping.
We’ll depart for Udaipur by afternoon and check-in into our hotels and spend the night.
The City of Lakes or the Venice of the East is what Udaipur is otherwise famously known as. Other than the lakes, Udaipur has a variety of attractions to offer the tourists. City Palace, Sajjangarh Palace, Vintage Car Museum, Jag Mandir Palace, MaharaPratapSmarak are some of the beautiful attractions other than the famous Fateh Sagar Lake, Lake Pichola and Jaisamand Lake. Explore these serene places on a quiet evening and be blessed with a beautiful sunset.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.
Udaipur sightseeing. Overnight journey to Bikaner
Today, we will be covering the 500 Km journey overnight from Udaipur to Bikaner. We’ll be exploring the rest of the city of Udaipur during the day wherein you can go around the local market for shopping, enjoy the street cuisine, visit the temples around the city and the museums as well.
After dinner, we’ll leave from Udaipur for Bikaner.
Bikaner Arrival and Local Sightseeing
Better known as the camel country, Bikaner has fought against time and displays its ancient opulence through palaces and forts built of red sandstone. It is home to the world’s largest research facility and breeding farm on camels and is also famous for Rats Temple, dedicated to Karni Mata at Deshnok.
The major attractions of Bikaner that we’ll be exploring include:
The JunagarhFort, situated in Junagarh, that holds the distinction of having never been captured. Built by Raja Jai Singh, the fort complex houses magnificent palaces of red sandstone.
Lalgarh Palace and Museum, constructed by Maharaja Ganga Singh, is an architectural marvel, having been made entirely of red sandstone and is a mixture of Rajputana, Islamic and European architecture.
DeshnokKarni Mata temple, known for the rats that roam in the temple premesis freely.
Gajner Palace and Lake is an incomparable jewel of the Thar. Founded by Maharaja Gaj Singh of Bikaner, it was completed by Maharaja Ganga Singh on the bank of the lake and was meant to be a hunting and relaxing lodge for the royal family and the guests of the royals and has now been converted into a hotel.
Devi Kund is the royal crematorium and has several exquisite chhatris (cenotaphs), each dedicated to the memory of a ruler of the Bikaji Dynasty, the founders of Bikaner. Devi Kund also has cenotaphs of 22 female members of the royal family prior to Maharaja Gaj Sigh Ji, who committed sati.
Bikaner to Delhi
Post breakfast, we’ll depart for delhi and end this epic journey in the capital city.
-Transport Delhi to Delhi
-Stay on Double/Triple Sharing Basis
-Meals as per Plan
-Sightseeing as per Itinerary
-Anything not mentioned in Inclusions