Desert Triangle Tour from Jaipur

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Overview

Rajasthan states famed with its superb architecture of the castles and palaces. The three cities of Rajasthan – Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner form a triangle or Rajasthan tourism what we popularly call as Decent Triangle Tour.

Travel Places

Location : Jaipur
Trip : 06 Days
Min Age : 05
Max Age : 99
Max people : 10+ Members
Landing : Jaipur
Check in : Any Day
Check Out : Any Day
Identity Proof : Any Government Id
Visa : Required
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Mehrangarh Fort
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Moti Mahal
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Phool Mahal
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Jaswant Thada
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Jaisalmer Fort
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Patwon Ki Haveli
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Gadisagar Lake
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Tazia Tower
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Khuri Sand Saves
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Junagarh Fort
Tour Program
  • Day 01:

    Jaipur – Jodhpur

    We will pick you in the morning from your hotel /airport in Jaipur and you will be driven to Jodhpur enjoying the luxury of your private car with chauffeur. Upon reaching Jodhpur we assist you smooth transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at Jodhpur.
  • Day 02:

    Jodhpur Sightseeing Tour

    After proper breakfast get ready for full day guided tour of Jodhpur. The tour starts with the visit of awesome Mehrangarh fort which is based on a low altitude sand stone hill range. You visit the famous palaces including Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal. The tour guide will narrate you all the facts about strategy importance, water supply, impressions of hands of Sati’s. The inner museum houses lots of valuable assets. Notable is chuski figure which was used by the rulers for ales. Very close to the fort you visit Jaswant Thada which is an imposing memorial built in 1899. You can also visit the museum located in the Umaid Public Gardens. In the evening you can stroll at the famous chock Tower Market and if you wish to look for some local handicrafts or woodwork you can visit the famous local shops. Enjoy overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Day 03:

    Jodhpur – Jaisalmer

    On the third day of your tour post healthy breakfast and check out be ready for a drive through the arid area until you reach Jaisalmer fort which is still inhabited by the locals. The entrance gate has impressive king’s seat for justice. Inside the fort you visit famous jain temples. You can walk by the fort to enjoy shopping. Enjoy overnight stay at Jaisalmer.
  • Day 04:

    Jaisalmer

    Today after breakfast you explore the famous Havelies (old mansions) namely. Patwon ki Haveli, Nathmal Haveli dating back to 12 to 15 century these mansions with their marvellous art work of paintings, carvings attract everyone. Now you can visit the famous Gadisagar Lake and Tazia Tower. This time you might be feeling hungry so you can enjoy lunch at ethnic Rajasthani restaurant. After relaxing few hours in the evening we take you to Khuri Sand Saves which lies at a distance of 45kms from Jaisalmer. Khuri is a small hamlet with low population and sprawling desert. After hour’s drive you reach Khuri to enjoy the desert beauty and Rajasthani life style. Here you will have breath taking experience of camel bazaar. You can be an audience to the native kalbeliya songs. After being soaked into the cultural ethos you return back to Jaisalmer hotel for overnight stay.
  • Day 05:

    Jaisalmer – Bikaner

    This morning after proper breakfast and check out you will be driven to Bikaner. After finding place in hotel and lunch you proceed to visit the famous Junagarh fort which is one of the most impressive forts of desert triangle. This fort was constructed by Rai sing and has 37 pavilions, old palaces, temples etc. Each balcony is richly ornate with paintings. After the visit of this fort you can visit the Ganga Government Museum and the camel breeding farm and Research centre. If the time permits. Now you return to your hotel at Bikaner.
  • Day 06:

    Bikaner – Delhi

    On the last day of your tour after breakfast you will be driven to Delhi where we transfer you to the airport or the hotel booked by you.

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