Does Rajasthan beckon a romantic place to you, replete with colourful festivals, forts, arts, music, beautiful palaces and royalty. Are you looking to go on an outing that will make your honeymoon trip with your newly wedded wife a memorable one. Are you planning to embark on an adventure trip with your friends or colleagues through the deserts, forests of Rajasthan. Then we just have the right kind of tour package spread over 5 nights/ 6 days to satiate your love for wild life as well as allow you to visit one of the most sacred places in Rajasthan. Travelxploria brings to you the Jaipur--Pushkar-Ranthambore tour package of Rajasthan including a trip to Ranthambore wild sanctuary. Ranthambore wild sanctuary Is famed for once being the home ‘Machhli’ the worlds most photographed and famous tigress, she ruled the jungles from her home around the Ranthambore lake. The tigress, who was called ‘Queen of lakes’ and was the oldest living tiger in wild till her death in 2016. Another highlight is the visit to the Pushkar lake, considered one of the most sacred pilgrimages in Hinduiism. Abutting the lake is the famous Brahma temple. if visiting in November don’t miss out on Pushkar Camel fair. Travelxploria assures to help you cover the major tourist destinations in Rajasthan within the timeframe as specified. We will make sure that everything mentioned in the itinerary as proposed by us to you is covered, barring matters beyond our control. Our representatives will be with you every step of the way, from start to finish.
₹ 14,750/- per person
The trip starts with early morning arrival at Jaipur airport or railway station. After arrival at the historic pink city, head to the hotel and unwind. In the late afternoon visit the world famous Hawa Mahal, followed by a visit to Birla Temple, in the evening. Follow it up with visit to the Sisodiya Rani Bagh. At night visit the glittering Jal Mahal in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. Comeback to hotel and retire for the day after dinner.
Get up early and freshen up to enjoy the famous Rajasthani hospitality with a sumptuous Rajasthani breakfast. After breakfast head out for tour of Jaipur, starting with Jantar Mantar observatory, followed by Nahargarh Fort. After spending some time here, in late afternoon visit Abhaneri Step Well: Comeback to the city and explore local markets in the evening and try souvenir hunting. At night visit Chokhi Dhani village resort for a scrumptious Rajasthani dinner while enjoying live performances. Comeback to hotel and retire for the day.
After an early rise and a quick breakfast, checkout of the hotel for a visit Pushkar, a pilgrimage town nearly 147 kms away. En-route visit Sambhar, a salt water lake. Pushkar is considered one of the most sacred pilgrimage spots in Hinduism. After checking into hotel, relax for sometime and then head out to visit the famous Brahma temple. Next visit Pushkar lake surrounded by beautiful temples and 52 bathing ghats. The religious can take a holy dip in the lake. After lunch visit Savitri Mata temple. followed by visit to Ajmer Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, a sufi saint. At night visit the local market for window shopping, and then call it day after dinner.
Rise early and check out of hotel after scrumptious Rajasthani breakfast, head out to visit the world famous Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary just over 295 kms away. The sanctuary as part of Project Tiger has been home to numerous tigers, including ‘Machli’. After checking into a nearby resort, freshen up and after lunch, amble away your time with your newly weded wife, watching the forests from the resort. Don’t miss the enduring view of the sun setting behind the trees of the jungle. Call it a day after dinner.
Rise early, freshen up and head straight to the sanctuary after a quick breakfast. Start your visit early to the 282 sq. km sanctuary with a 3-hour jeep safari accompanied by forest guides. The sanctuary is famous home of tigers, and if you are lucky you will watch few of them. Also you can get glimpse of other wild animals. The sanctuary is home to numerous bird species like peacock, eagles, kites and trees including one of the largest banyan tree in India. Don’t forget to visit Ranthambhore Fort and Khandar Fort. in the evening spend time enjoying the sunset and reclloect the tour as it comes to end. Call it a day after dinner.
Rise early and pack up completely. Based on timing of flight or train to your hometown from Jaipur, check out of the hotel to head home with memories of this trip clicked in a smart phone or camera.
If visiting Rajasthan for the first time, be ready to face the heat as it is desert state. Always ensure that you have made advance booking for place of stay wherever you visit, since Rajasthan is a tourists’ paradise, rooms are almost always booked in advance especially during peak season. if you are foreigner always keep your passport and other essential travel document all the time with yourself. Police can check your documents anytime.
Rajasthan allows you to wander freely and security checks are available everywhere. You can travel without any fear to any area. While life risk is not their it is important to take care of your entire baggage to stop them from being stolen. If you want to go to go in trekking in desolate areas or those less travelled, it is recommended you let others know about your adventure trip. Also try not to draw unwanted attention towards yourself.
When visiting Rajasthan ensure you are always hydrated by drinking lots of water. Keep sun block lotion to protect your skin. Keep general medicine at hand and always wear googles and use umbrella except during winter.
Beast time to visit Ranthambore National Park is when it opens up from
October to June every year. Summer is hot in Ranthambore but spotting tigers is
easy in this season. the best time to visit the holy town of Pushkar is from
November and March, and it starts with the famous Pushkar camel fair.
During summers due to severe heat the tourism is low otherwise rest of the year, tourist influx is very high and it is better to advance booking for anything be it visit to national park, stay in hotels, or going on a safari or any adventure trip.