Rajasthan Sightseeing Tour with Jaipur

In India a very popular sightseeing tour is that of Rajasthan including Jaipur which is its capital city. In Rajasthan and especially for Jaipur there are various types’ tour packages available such as via buses and cars. In Rajasthan one of the world famous Rajasthan tour packages is via the Palace on wheels. The train which has been a major success of Rajasthan tourism in combination with Indian railways has beautiful salon cars decorated extravagantly. In rajasthan, the places to visit are cities like Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Udaipur and Jodhpur. A standard tour of the desert state will include these. In Jaisalmer tours usually involve travelling through bazaars, forts and the havelis or mansions. The homes have exquisite decorations and the camel ride is quite the experience. In Jodhpur the highlight is most certainly the Mehrangarh fort. Other places here include the 1899 dated marble memorial called Jaswant Thada. Udaipur and Ranakpur are also sure visits here. The Ranakpur temples as well as the city palace of Udaipur with the jagadish temple are worth the trouble every bit.

A Jaipur tour is a must when taking a package trip across Rajasthan. A visit to Jaipur is incomplete without going to Chokhi Dhani for a day of traditional Rajasthan food, music and dance. An excursion involving an elephant ride to the Amber fort along with a visit to the old jeweller’s market called Johari Bazaar is a must. In Jaipur one must visit the Jantar Matar astronomical observatory built by Maharja Jai Singh. The Hawa Mahal has for instance 953 windows and is a must see. In planning these trips godelhi.net has pleased and satisfied hundreds of clients till date, both affordable and comfortable their tours are worth experiencing.

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