4 Night 5 Days Rajasthan-Jaipur-Udaipur Package

Duration : 7 Nights 8 Days | Customizable

Cities: Jodhpur > Jaisalmer


Jodhpur and Jaisalmer are known as ‘The Blue City’ and ‘The Golden City of India,’ respectively.The architecture of the fort and the city of Jaisalmer is made of yellow sandstone. There are several ancient forts, heritage monuments, museums, deserts, and other places to visit in Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. A thorough itinerary is included in the Jodhpur Jaisalmer fixed departure package to provide a well-planned and coordinated holiday tour of the greatest destinations to see near Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. Jodhpur Jaisalmer fixed departure tour package provide a wonderful vacation for groups and family. Browse our selection of Rajasthan tour packages and book the one that best suits your interests and budget.

Recommended Itinerary

Day1 : Welcome to Jodhpur

When you arrive in Jaipur, our representative will greet you at the railway station or airport. After that, he'll take you to the hotel you've booked. Before going out to view the sights in Jodhpur, have a cup of tea or a refreshing beverage. The history of Jodhpur, Rajasthan's second largest city, is intriguing. The blue structures in Jodhpur were originally painted to reflect India's highest caste, the Brahmins.
Mehrangarh's huge fortifying position features a scenario that overwhelms a harsh edge, with eight entryways driving out of the fortification. The new city is located on the boundaries of the building. Jodhpur is also known for its unusual Marwari or Malani horses, which are uniquely found in this region. Spend the first day's evening shopping for handicrafts.

Day 2 : A tour across Jodhpur

On the second day, begin your day with a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel before venturing out to see the area's famed forts and lakes. Pay Jaswant Thada a visit. In 1899, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II was honoured with a marble cenotaph. Other unusual depictions of Jodhpur's monarchs can be found at Jaswant Thada. After that, it's on to the Mehrangarh Fort. The Mehrangarh Fort, which stands 125 metres above Jodhpur's skyline and is well-protected, is close by. This well-known stronghold is one of India's most well-known, and it is rich in legends and history. Engravings of Jaipur's armed forces' cannonball assaults can still be visible on the second doorway of Mehrangarh Fort. Also, pay a visit to Moti Mahal. As the name implies, the Pearl Hall was where the famous households gathered their watchers. Glass windows and five niches in the hallway allowed the monarchs to keep an eye on what was happening on in the Sringar Chowki, Jodhpur's Royal Throne. You will also be taken to Mandore for sightseeing on this day. Before Jodhpur was created, Mandore was the capital of the Marwar area, but it is now abandoned. A mediaeval fortification, a diverse array of temples and forts, and a modest gallery may all be found in the Mandore Gardens.

Day 3 : Jodhput - Jaisalmer (282.6 km/Approx. 5 hours)

After breakfast on the third day, you will go to Jaisalmer. This road journey to Jaisalmer will allow you to experience the stunning dry landscapes of Rajasthan. Jaisalmer, often known as the Golden City, is the entry point to the Thar Desert. It, like any other Rajasthani city, has imperial havelis and fortifications. Jaisalmer, commonly known as the 'heart' of the Thar desert, is a magnificently built mediaeval town.

Day 4 : A tour across Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer, a city on the verge of extinction in the previous 50 years, may be isolated, but it is far from forgotten - it is without a doubt one of Rajasthan's most important tourist destinations. If you're interested in geography, a visit to Jaisalmer is a must. The Wood Fossil Park, also known as Aakal, is around 15 kilometers from the city. It is possible to find and monitor geologic disasters that occurred 180 million years ago in the Thar Desert. Jaisalmer also serves as a watchtower for the deserts of western Rajasthan (and India). This 'Brilliant City' is located close the Pakistani border, near the Thar Desert. The Jaisalmer Fort, also known as Sonar Qila, is the city's most conspicuous feature (Golden Fort). Unlike other forts in India, Jaisalmer Fort is more than just a tourist attraction. There's a lot more to it than that. It has stores, inns, and old havelis (houses) where the history is preserved. The fort is a sight to behold, a massive sandcastle rising from the sandy meadows like a spectre from another century. There's no better spot than here to take a camel ride and solve a desert puzzle. The fortification's still-held complex tunnels are surrounded by ninety-nine bastions. Return to the hotel for the night when you've completed your sightseeing.

Day 5 : Back to Jodhpur, where it began. (283 km/4 hours, 30 minutes)

On the sixth day, your trip comes to an end. After breakfast, you will be brought back to Jodhpur from Jaisalmer. Bring up a plethora of memories.

What's Included

  • Travel by comfortable A/C or non A/C small cars or Tempo Travelers or Mini Buses or big buses depending on the respective tour group size
  •  Accommodation in comfortable hotels on twin/ double/triple sharing basis
  •  All Meals – Morning tea/coffee, breakfast & dinner
  •  Cultural program at sam dune camp
  •  DJ & Bonfire at sam dunes
  •  Tea Sanks at Same dune Camp
  •  Camel ride at Sam dunes
  •  Toll taxes, Parking, Driver Da etc
  •  Driver Da

What's Excluded

  • Government of India Goods & Services Tax (GST) of 5%
  •  Any increase in airfare, airport tax, fuel surcharge etc.
  •  Any new tax/es levied by the central or state government
  •  Cost of Insurance
  •  Any upgradation in airline class, vehicle, hotel or hotel room category
  •  Cost of Pre/Post tour hotel accommodation
  •  Any extra expense incurred due to any forced majeure situation before the tour departure or during the tour, such as change in airline schedule, route or operation, changing the tour date, change in hotel etc.
  •  Personal expense like porterage, laundry, telephone, shopping, alcoholic beverages, extra mineral water or food which is not a part of group’s set meal menu
  •  Any extra cost incurred due to illness, accident, hospitalization or any personal emergency
  •  Cost of any optional activity or service
  •  Anything specifically not mentioned in the ‘tour price includes’ column

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