Rajasthan Backpacking to Udaipur Jaisalmer Jaipur | Justwravel

November 2 | 9AM
15225 - 16800
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Padharo Mhare Desh or Welcome To My Land is what depicts the true spirit of the State of Rajasthan. Rajasthan: The Incredible State of India is rightly on the department logo of the Ministry of Tourism for many reasons. Rajasthan is uniquely famous for its royalty, the amazing food, its clothing culture, festivals and the most splendid, artistic forts. It is and always will be ‘Rangeelo Rajasthan’.

This backpacking tour will cover 3 most prominent and touristy destinations of Rajasthan: Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jaipur.

Enjoy the local cuisine, culture, tourist attractions, beautiful sunsets, and amazing hospitality from the locals and everything extraordinary that you wouldn’t be able to experience in a big metropolitan city.

Come see the magic unfold with Team JustWravel.


Day 1

Overnight Travel from Delhi to Udaipur

We assemble at the meeting point by 8pm and leave for our Backpacking trip.

We travel Overnight from Delhi to Udaipur. 

Day 2

Udaipur Arrival. Sightseeing in the evening

A 12 hour overnight journey from Delhi is going to take us approximately 650 kilometers away to the beautiful City of Lakes, Udaipur. Udaipur isn’t just another city of Rajasthan that you drive by through. Unlike many others, Udaipur in itself is a mine of ethnic culture, greatness, and rich history. Since the journey is long, you’ll be tired. So, today, we’ll be spending our day at the hotel at leisure and start the city tour in the evening. We’ll try and cover a few places and leave the majority of the attractions for the next day.

We will cover the local market; look for the authentic Rajasthani Thali served everywhere and have our shopaholic self treat ourselves with authentic Rajasthani Handicraft. We’ll be doing the sightseeing of one lake, and spend the evening overlooking the beautiful city of Udaipur at Sunset.

Day 3

Udaipur Sightseeing and Overnight Travel to Jaisalmer

Today, after covering the majority of the remaining things-to-see which include the likes of The City Place originally built by Maharaja Udai Singh but the final touches were given by the successors, Sajjangarh Palace, also known as the Monsoon Palace named after Maharaja Sajjan Singh overlooking Chittorgarh and originally planned as a 9 Storied astronomical observatory, the Vintage Car Museum managed by the Royal families of Udaipur, and the famous lake namely Pichola, Fateh Sagar and Jaisamand,

we will be heading towards Jaisalmer at night.

Day 4

Jaisalmer Arrival. Desert Safari. Cultural Show

After arriving in Jaisalmer, we’ll rest in our Camps and head for our Desert safari of the Sam Sand Dunes. Things you can do at Sam Sand Dunes:

Desert Camping.

Desert Safari.

Camel Rides.Paragliding and other adventures.

Cultural show from the Rajasthani Folk groups at night. We end the day in the desert, under billions of stars.

Day 5

Jaisalmer Sightseeing and overnight Travel to Jaipur

Jaisalmer has a huge following from the tourists with incredibly awesome tourist attractions. For some, a day is never enough to get a good look at all the places in one go. But, those who do manage it, they never forget the experience. Jaisalmer is home to beautiful picturesque lakes and forts.

The Jaisalmer fort, famously called the Golden Fort of Rajasthan was constructed by Raja Jaisal and is ranked as one of the largest forts in the World. The 99 turrets that this fort has, give this fort an amazing look at night, rising from the desert sand.

BadaBagh or Huge Garden was started with its construction under Maharaja Jaitsingh while his son Lunakaran completed it. The garden served as a memorial for the nobles and their families post cremation. The place is isolated and offers great sunrise and sunset moments.

The Gadisar is one lake in Jaisalmer which proves to be the most beautiful gem of the Jaisalmer necklace. It’s only a kilometer away from the fort and the people of Jaisalmer once depended on this tank for their water needs. This place also offers Boat Rides.

Jaisalmer also has Jain Temples, located inside the Fort itself, dedicated to Jain Tirthankars and is based on the architecture of Mt. Abu’s Dilwara Temple.

Post dinner, we leave for Jaipur.

Day 6

Jaipur Sightseeing and Night Stay

The Pink City of Jaipur was named after Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II who founded the city on November 18, 1727. Along with Delhi and Agra, Jaipur forms India’s Golden Triangle, India’s most popular tourist circuit.

Located 600 kms from Jaisalmer, our city tour begins in afternoon with a visit to Amber Fort, and Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort among others.

The rich history of this city is in itself a marvel of India’s widespread popularity in the world. The local cuisine, artifacts, authentic hand crafted slippers and clothes are some of the most sought after things to buy among tourists who visit Jaipur.

In all its existence, the capital city of Rajasthan has maintained its status as a city that will make you fall in love at first sight. The hospitality, culture, ethnic wears are just some of those beautiful attractions that never cease to amaze.

Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 7

Jaipur to Delhi

Post Breakfast we start our last day of the tour and finally reach Delhi by evening.

End of Tour


-Transport Delhi to Delhi

-Meals as per Plan

-Camel Safari and Jeep Safari at Jaisalmer

-Sightseeing as per Itinerary

-Stay on Double/Triple Sharing Basis



-Meals apart from mentioned 

-Anything apart from Inclusions





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