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Royal Rajasthan Tour Package 9 Days 8 Nights

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9 Days 8 Nights

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Daily Tour

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English, Hindi

( Jaipur 2N – Bikaner 1N –  Jaisalmer 2N – Jodhpur 1N – Udaipur 2N)

 Non-peak season prices with a 3* hotel

Adult Rate : INR 35999.00

Child With Bed  : INR 17899.00

Child Without Bed ( 6 – 12 yrs ) : INR 12599.00

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With this 7-day, 8-night royal Rajasthan tour packages from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and others, you’ll see the best of Rajasthan, including the cities of Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, and the lakes of Udaipur and Jaipur. Revel in Rajasthan’s rustic beauty with an 8-night, 9-day colourful Rajasthan tour package that combines culture, arts, history, adventure, and relaxation. Tourists from all over India and the world come to Rajasthan every year because of the beautiful places to visit.

In Rajasthan, you can see a blurry picture of other countries that are close by, which makes the state look like a “visual extravaganza.” These colourful cities, which are spread out across the north-western part of India, offer visitors a chance to see how different they are from one another in a whole new way. Then, what else? Among the things you can do in Rajasthan on a budget are go shopping in bustling bazaars, visit forts, and go on camel safaris in the Sam Sand Dunes of Jaisalmer. This is how our low price packages for Rajasthan are supposed to make you feel like royalty.


Check-in and check-out times are subject to hotel policy.

Package prices are not valid on national holidays, festivals, exhibitions, or extended weekends.

There will be a surcharge, which will be communicated at the time of booking.

• All major tourist attractions are open (with the exception of a few listed in the daily timetable), and the state body reserves the right to close any locations deemed necessary by COVID 19.


  • Visit in Jaipur – Amber Fort, City Palace & Hawa Mahal
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort
  • Visit in Bikaner – Junagadh Fort & Camel breeding farm
  • Visit in Jaisalmer - Jaisalmer Fort, Drive past to Gadisar Lake & Sam Sand Dunes.
  • In Jodhpur, visit Mehrangarh Fort & Jaswant Thada
  • In Udaipur, visit Lake Pichola, City Palace and Jagdish Temple
  • Boat Ride in Lake Pichola

Day 01: Arrival in Jaipur
Day 01: Arrival in Jaipur

Our representative will meet you when you land in Jaipur and drive you to your hotel. Jaipur is a gateway to the beautiful and lively state of Rajasthan. In the evening, you can look for traditional clothes and shoes, curio shops, and blue pottery. Overnight in Jaipur.

Day 02: Jaipur Sightseeing
Day 02: Jaipur Sightseeing

Take a full-day tour of Jaipur, also known as the "Pink City." Forts, palaces, and lakes make up the state of Rajasthan. The city of Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. To be clear, Jaipur is named after the warrior king who built the city, Sawai Jai Singh II. The Amber Fort is worth a visit. The best way to see the fort is to ride an elephant up to it. Among the most important buildings inside the fort are the Diwan-i-Aam, which has latticed galleries; the Ganesh Pol, which has a beautiful painting of Lord Ganesh; and the Sheesh Mahal, which has thousands of tiny mirrors. This beautiful Hawa Mahal, also known as the "Palace of the Winds," will be your next stop. Because of the beautiful carvings on the latticework, the ladies of the palace could look outside without being seen. We are going to the City Palace, which is a mix of Rajasthani and Mughal styles. Rare and old manuscripts, arms from the 15th century, and costumes from the past are on display in the museums here. Later, go to the Jantar Mantar Observatory, which has devices for measuring time and tracking stars in their orbits. Over the night in Jaipur

Day 03: Jaipur–Bikaner (335 km/approx. 6-7 hours)
Day 03: Jaipur–Bikaner (335 km/approx. 6-7 hours)

This morning, after breakfast, we'll go to the city of Bikaner. Beauty has grown in the desert at Bikaner. The palaces and temples of red and yellow sandstone are some of the most beautiful and well-decorated in the world. When you get to Bikaner, you can check into your hotel and start your trip! Later, we'll go on a half-day tour. Go to the Junagadh Fort. It is a fortress that can't be beaten; it has never been taken. A lot of beautiful palaces like Anup Mahal and Ganga Niwas are inside the fort. They're also called Rang Mahal, which means "palace of pleasure." People in the royal family go to the Har Mandir, which is a very big temple. When you're done, go to a camel breeding farm. There, professional camel breeders study how to make the best camels. All day is free. Over the course of the night, I was in Bikaner.

Day 04: Bikaner to Jaisalmer (330 km/approx. 6.5 hours)

This morning, after breakfast, we'll go to Jaisalmer. People visit Jaisalmer, which is in the middle of the Thar Desert. It's a city full of colour and history, and it was once a major trading centre between India and the west. Arrive in Jaisalmer. Check into your hotel. All day is free. Stay in Jaisalmer for a night.

Day 05: Jaisalmer
Day 05: Jaisalmer

After breakfast, go on a half-day tour of Jaisalmer. Visit Jaisalmer Fort, which is the only living fort in India and houses the whole town inside its walls. Visit Salim Singh ki Haveli, which was built around 300 years ago, and Patwon-ki-Haveli, which is the largest and most elaborate mansion of its kind in Jaisalmer. Then, go to Nathmal Ji ki Haveli, which is a grand mansion that blends Rajput and Islamic styles. When you're done, drive by the beautiful Gadisar Lake and Badal Vilas, where the former royal family lives now. The next stop should be at the Sam Sand Dunes, which are about 42 kilometres from Jaisalmer.This is where you can get lost in "The Great Thar Desert." All day is free. Stay in Jaisalmer for a night.

Day 6: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur (310 km, about 7 hours).
Day 6: Jaisalmer to Jodhpur (310 km, about 7 hours).

This morning, after breakfast, we'll go to Jodhpur. Get to Jodhpur and stay at a place where you can stay for the night. For a half-day tour of Jodhpur, the second-largest city in Rajasthan and also known as the "Sun City," go next. The Mehrangarh Fort is a great place to go. This beautiful red sandstone fort is on a steep cliff above the city of Jodhpur. Also check out Jaswant Thada, a marble memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. It was built to honour him. Later, drive by the Mandore garden, which shows the cenotaphs of Jodhpur's former rulers. Instead of the usual umbrella-shaped cenotaphs, these are built in the style of a Hindu temple, so they look like they belong there. All day is free. In Jodhpur for the night.

Day 7: Jodhpur to Udaipur is about 250 km and takes about 5 hours
Day 7: Jodhpur to Udaipur is about 250 km and takes about 5 hours

This morning, after breakfast, we'll go to Udaipur. Visit the Ranakpur Temples while you're on the way. They're known all over the world for their intricate and beautiful architecture. They make up one of the five major pilgrimages for the Jain people. When you arrive in Udaipur, check in to your hotel. All day is free. An overnight stay in Udaipur

Day 08: Sightseeing of Udaipur
Day 08: Sightseeing of Udaipur

After breakfast, take a full-day tour of Udaipur. Visit the City Palace, which is on the east bank of Lake Pichola and looks like a castle. The complex is made up of a lot of palaces that were built at different times from 1559. People can see a lot from the balconies of the palace. They can see the Lake Palace Hotel on one side and the city of Udaipur on the other. There are paintings, mosaics, "chhatris," and a beautiful facade that make your visit to the City Palace one you'll never forget. Then, go to a beautiful garden called Sahelion Ki Bari. During your trip, you will also see Jagdish Temple, which is built on a high terrace and was finished in 1651. In this case, it connects two double-storey Mandapa (halls) to two double-storey Saandhara (sanctuary) halls. Lake Pichola is an artificial freshwater lake that was built in 1362 AD. You can go on a boat ride on the lake in the evening, depending on how much water there is. All day is free. An overnight stay in Udaipur

Day 09: Departure from Udaipur

It is after breakfast that you will be taken to the airport in Udaipur. You will then be able to get a flight home.

  • Accommodation is provided on a twin-sharing basis.
  • daily breakfast at the hotel.
  • Visit in Bikaner – Junagadh Fort & Camel breeding farm
  • Visit in Jaisalmer - Jaisalmer Fort, Drive past to Gadisar Lake
  • Allowances for drivers; toll fees
  • In Jodhpur, visit Mehrangarh Fort & Jaswant Thada
  • In Udaipur, visit Lake Pichola, City Palace and Jagdish Temple
  • Boat Ride in Lake Pichola
  • Tickets to the airport and airport taxes
  • Fees for monuments and parks as specified in the itinerary
  • Charges for Tour Guides
  • Special activities in accordance with the itinerary
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, phone calls, and gratuities to guides and drivers, etc.
  • Charges for cameras and video cameras are applicable at monuments.

9 Days 8 Nights


Bikaner (1N)
Jaipur (2N)
Jaisalmer (2N)
Jodhpur (1N)
Udaipur (2N)

Tour's Location

What type of clothing should one bring to Rajasthan?

Due to the high temperatures in Rajasthan, travellers should bring largely cotton clothing. Additionally, they can carry sunglasses, a hat, and other accessories of a similar nature. Due to the cold nights, one should also bring light woollen clothing.

What kind of cuisine is offered in Jaisalmer?

The best restaurants in Jaisalmer include the following: Restaurant Prithvi Lal Garh Restaurant at Hotel Pol Haveli Restaurant at Green Park Restaurant Pakwan Romany Restaurant

Which are the top places in Jaipur to visit?

If you visit Jaipur, be sure to visit the best attractions, which include the following: Fort and Palace of Amber The Jal Mahal Fort Jaigarh Observatorio Jantar Mantar Chokhi Dhani Birla Mandir Fort Nahargarh Mahal Hawa Mahal

What type of clothing should I bring for my trip?

Because the weather in Jaipur is often hot, it is recommended to bring light cotton clothing that is both breezy and comfortable. Additionally, one is encouraged to bring a sturdy pair of shoes, as the sightseeing is entirely on foot.

What are the finest family activities in Jaipur?

Jaipur offers a wealth of family-friendly activities. Apart from sightseeing and visiting forts and monuments, one may also go shopping, see a light and sound show, eat Rajasthani food, and explore surrounding attractions such as Nahargarh Fort.

What souvenirs can one purchase in Bikaner?

Shopping for souvenirs is an excellent way to spend time in Bikaner. Travelers can purchase secondhand jewellery, artwork, footwear, and pickles to take home.

Which markets are the most popular in Jodhpur?

If travellers prefer to indulge in some retail therapy while in Jodhpur, the following are some of the best options: Market at the Clock Tower Sarak Nai Market at Sojati Gate Bazaar de Mochi Market at Umaid Bhawan Palace Bazaar de Kapraa Bazaar Sarafa

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