Jaipur Tour Planner: If you like visit to top attractions and places in Jaipur so these places are right for you. If you are passionate about the strong forts and marvelous architecture that flaunt the expertise of the artisans of the past, Jaipur is where you need to be on your vacation. You can customize the rides the way you need, take elephant rides on jungles, through villages, in Biological Park and many more. If you long to experience the flamboyant lifestyle of the past rulers even if it is only for a few days, Jaipur’s palaces-turned-heritage hotels are where you need to stay for a lifetime experience. If you fancy elephant rides, you need to be in Jaipur to have a royal ride on the elephants.
Tourists can rich to Jaipur from Delhi either by road route or train route. Indian railway offers some luxury trains also from Delhi to Jaipur . It also offers luxury train tour, which covers both the places. ‘The palace on wheels’ is such kind of train, which is considered as luxury train tour in India. This luxury train tour is included with food and guided sightseeing tour that gives a royal experience throughout the journey. There are many places, which a tourist can explore during his/her visit to Jaipur and Agra. Jaipur- the enchanted “pink city”of the desert named after Jai Singh, the former Maharaja of Jaipur. The places where you will enjoy during your sightseeing visit of Jaipur are- the Amber, the Jaigarh and the Nahargarh fort, Hawa Mahal- Palace of winds and Albert hall museum. You should not forget to see the traditional Rajasthani dances, puppet show and various other interesting activities. At the end of sightseeing, you can stay overnight at the hotel of your choice in Jaipur. There are various classes of hotels ranging from Five Star Hotels in Jaipur to Economy Hotels in Jaipur where tourists can stay as per their budget.
Venturing into Udaipur is like discovering a land that gleams with tales of courage, bravery, valor and the undying pride of the Rajputs. Udaipur is famous for its architectural glory and a kind of a hallowing romance that lingers upon this city. The city was founded by the Great Rajput King Maharana Udai Singh. History reveals that the King, who was on a hunting expedition, was advised by a hermit to build a city on the banks of the Aravalli Range. The visitor’s guide to Udaipur will tell you more about the place and also when and how to reach it.
There are many monuments and palaces in and around the city of Udaipur. The Maharana Pratap Memorial and the Bagore-Ki Haveli are among the famous monuments in Udaipur. The City Palace and the Lake Palace are worth a visit for its architectural mastery. The whole city is adorned with beautiful structures that you can gaze upon for a long time. Climatic conditions being moderate, the best time to visit Udaipur would be from October to mid – March. The visitor’s guide to Udaipur will also enlighten you about the cultural festivals that are part and parcel of this place.
Being part of the desert land of the State of Rajasthan, Udaipur celebrates all the festivals with pomp and fervor. The most important among them are the Mewar Festival and the Shilpgram Fair. Their celebrations would make you to dance to their music. Udaipur is also famous for the rare artifacts and khadi handicrafts. The visitor’s guide to Udaipur will tell you about how to reach this place. Debock airport is just 24 km away from the city and Udaipur is well connected with some of the major cities in and around Rajasthan. Buses ply regularly to and from the city.
Accommodation has never been a problem with Udaipur. The hotels are all of top class and be assured of being treated royally. Catering to all types of people, the city has a wide range of hotels. The people are all warm and hospitable. The visitor’s guide to Udaipur will tell you about the great many star hotels that adorn this place. All the star hotels are equipped with the best of facilities. The staffs are ever willing to help you out. So it’s quite evident that everything is pleasant about Udaipur; so you should be touring this place very soon!
Jaisalmer is a small town, with population just over 18 000 it’s easy to explore on foot. A day will be enough to see all of its tourist attractions like the magnificent Jaisalmer fort and the lovely Haveli’s. Yet the reason why to stay in this town longer is camel safaris. There are many tour operators who will gladly arrange a tour in the Thar Desert. The camel safaris are cheap a day in the desert will cost somewhere around 1500 Rs for one person. They are well arranged and the only duty you will have is to enjoy your safari.
A typical camel safari lasts two days; you leave on the morning and come back next day on the afternoon, although a longer trip can be arranged. The good thing is that most hotels will not charge you for the night on safari and that your big backpack can be left in the hotel for safe keeping. There are a couple of popular safari routes in the desert that lead through some villages.
Rajasthan tour operators will show you pictures from the safari with huge sand dunes, don’t be fooled though. The Thar Desert around Jaisalmer is anything, but big sand dunes. Mostly you will see very rocky surface with some vegetation in form of shrubs, cactuses and camel trees. There are sand dunes but they are nowhere as magnificent as the dunes shown in pictures. On the safari most likely you will meet some locals, but they are quite used to western tourists, as the routes are very touristy and most likely you will meet other groups from different tour operators. There are some locals who go around the desert selling Coke and Pepsi at the popular safari rest places.
The longer safaris are most likely to go off the beaten track. The sleeping and eating on the safari is very well organized. When I was on the camel safari there I really enjoyed the food that was cooked on open fire and sleeping on the sand dune under the sky. The guides or camel men as they are sometimes called all speak English and most definitely will take good care of you.