11 Days - The Rajasthan

Duration 11 Days Places Covered 8 Places Best Time September - April
Includes : Hotel stay + Sightseeing + Guide + Transfers
Places (Cities) Covered : Jaipur Pushkar Udaipur Mount Abu Jodhpur Jaisalmer Bikaner
Sonar Qila (Golden Fort) in Jaisalmer


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Anything may become obsolete in this world. But not the Rajasthan tours. This tour would start from Jaipur and completes in Bikaner, covering all the historical places on the way. There is enough time to relax, sleep, and shop for souvenirs. 

There is no compromise on the food, and you will have the desired variety: eleven Days and ten nights of glory at its best.


  • Jaipur sightseeing tour: You would be visiting the Amber Fort, city palace, Jantar Mantar, and many other temples along with the Hawa mahal.
  • Worship at the Brahma Temple in Pushkar: One of the very few temples in India for the lord of creation and the holy dips in the lake is a part of the trip.
  • Udaipur city tour: The city of lakes, has much to reveal to you as you see their breathtaking city palace, and fort, along with the Lakes.
  • Visit Dilwara Jain Temples: Mount Abu’s specialty is the Jain Dilwara temples, which are an architect's dream.
  • Explore Jaisalmer: The largest of forts and the museum which accompanies it. The highlight is the Camel ride on the Thar Desert.
  • Guided tour to Bikaner: Bikaner is the last leg, and we get to see the only fort which is not atop a hill. This is followed up by yet another camel ride, for one last time.

Mehrangarh Museum, Jodhpur


The itinerary starts when you reach Jaipur. It could be by air or train. Whichever way you arrive, our representative would be there on time to receive you, since we know the timing and place of your arrival. 

After welcoming you, and followed by a brief exchange of pleasantries, he would guide you personally to the hotel where you have a ready reservation.

Once these formalities are over, you can check into your rooms and refresh yourself. 

Now it is time to embark upon our first sightseeing, and we start with the City Palace of Jaipur. The formation of the city called Jaipur and the establishment of the City Palace coincided in the year 1727.

The first two floors were the house of pleasure and named 'Sukh Niwas". On the next level is the Rang Mahal, which is also called Shoba Niwas, and it is lovely to see the intricate glasswork. As you climb further, the Blue and White decorations welcome you, and it is called Chhavi Nivas

Shri Niwas and the Mukut Mandir are the crowning glories of this building and are located on the sixth and seventh floor, respectively, cross over to the Museum, which is also a part of the City palace grounds.

First, we visit the Sabha Niwas, which has twin thrones, and there are chairs placed around it. It represents the assembly hall. One can see large-sized paintings of the kings, paintings depicting festivals like Holi, and many championship trophies won by the royals, especially playing Polo. There are many chandeliers, and the room has beautiful decor.

The next hall in the Museum is the Textiles gallery, which displays the royal dresses of Rajasthan.

The last part of Day one tourism culminates with a trip to the Jantar Mantar, the unique place where the Architectural shaped astronomical instruments are placed in this area and hence called Jantar Mantar. It lies close to the city palace and was built by the user of the actual instruments itself, Maratha Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh II,  is the founder of Jaipur itself.

The sun begins to fall, and it is late evening now, and time to return to the hotel. 

After all, it has been a long haul on day One and it's best to rest after dinner at the Hotel.
Our first visit is to the historic Amber fort, otherwise known as Amber fort also. It is located atop a hill, eleven kilometers away from Jaipur, and the township which sprung around it is also called Amer. 

Beneath the fortress is the Maota Lake. The main attraction inside the Amer fort is the Sheesh Mahal, also known as the Hall of mirrors. The Hall of public audience or Diwan e-Khas was where the meetings took place, and the Sukh Niwas was where the pleasant cool breeze made its way taking effect from the Maota river beneath the fort. 

Amer Fort overlooks Amber and in Turn is overlooked by Jaigarh Fort, which is a few miles away. Now that the visit to the Amber Fort is over, we head straight to Hawa Mahal. Jaipur relies heavily on shopping and the Bazaar or market place is a busy place at any time. 

You can shop for many things over here, Handicrafts, silver handicrafts, silk sarees, Bangles name it. The Lakshmi Narayan Temple aka Birla Mandir temple, and there are a few of them around India.
The City of Pushkar is in the District of Ajmer and is a 143 Kilometers drive from Jaipur. 

The name Pushkar was derived from the main lake there called Pushkar lake and where the Hindus take a pious bath, similar to the Ganges. 

Now, you also experience this Holy dip, after which we visit a few temples in Pushkar. 

Brahma, the lord of creation, has a temple here, and this is a rarity. After a few temples, we visit the Gurudwaras, which are built by the Sikhs and dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh je and Guru Nanak je.

Pushkar is the main attraction as it sometimes draws more than a million domestic and foreign tourists every year. 

The Jagatpita temple is the other temple with a vast reputation dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and there are 52 Ghats near the Pushkar lake, from where the Holy dip takes place. 

It's evening time now, as we make our way to the Rose gardens of Pushkar. Acres and acres of all types of roses are here, and millions of colorful roses are the most pleasant sight. The one reason why Pushkar is known as the Rose Garden of Rajasthan is due to these roses. 

 We check into a hotel in Pushkar and relax, dine, and sleep in anticipation of the next day.
Rise up with full energy, and have breakfast. 

We start early to Udaipur, yet another lovely city in Rajasthan. 

As soon as we arrive in Udaipur, we check into a hotel and start our tour. It has its own City Palace like Jaipur, and a lion share of the Fort and palaces, with the temples and mosques, akin to many places in Rajasthan

The city borders the state of Gujarat; the Aravalli range surrounds it. Udaipur is a pure Rajput era. 

We are back in the hotel by dusk, and you are free to walk around the area and do some shopping. 

Dinner and sleep beckon you as night falls.
After Breakfast, we leave for the Saheliyon-Ki-Bari. They are a huge tourist attraction with a massive garden. It has many fountains, which are quite colorful and many kiosks. 

There are so many elephants sculpted in white marble which stand magnificent, and a lovely lotus pool, to please your eyes. 

After that, we make our entry into the City palace, which surpasses any place in India for its size. 

Situated on top of a hill, the construction is both Moghul and Rajasthan style. It overlooks Lake Pichola, where we are moving into next. Lake Pichola is yet another artificial lake and runs around Udaipur. It has two islands inside it, and you can reach there with an exciting boat ride with the sun fading away, we return to our hotel for Dinner and sleep.
We check out from hotel in Udaipur and travel across to Mount Abu, a hill station, roughly 160 kilometers from Udaipur. 

We check into our hotel in Mount Abu and relax for a bit of time. Then it is time to visit the famous Dilwara temples, which were constructed by the Jains. In the 11th century. They are an architectural wonder and bear ornate carvings on the walls, whereas the temple itself is made of White marble. 

Yet, you can make out the simplicity and the frugality behind it, After this, we move on to Nakki Lake, which is the main attraction in Mount Abu. You can do some boating here, and there is a beautiful sight here. 

There is a rock which resembles a toad about to jump into the lake, and this is not human-made. 

Return to the hotel, as night is falling and relax.
We leave Mount Abu and proceed to Jodhpur on Day 7. The distance is 261 kilometers to be precise, but we take a small detour when we approach Ranakpur, which lies 160 kilometers from Mount Abu. 

Ranakpur is nothing more than a bunch of villages, but it is the right tourist spot too. 

It has the most beautiful Jain temple ever constructed, and we visit this combining it with the Sun Temple, which is small in size compared to the one in Konark. 

After this small tour, we are back in the vehicle to Jodhpur. We reach there by dusk and check into the hotel for dinner and relaxation.
We embark on our Jodhpur visit after breakfast. 

The first spot we would visit is the Mehrangarh Fort. The Fort is one of the largest in India and is atop a hill or the city beneath. More palaces for you to see inside the Fort, and you can also see the damaged walls, due to cannonballs fired at them. 

It houses a vast museum, and there are seven entrances. Now we trot down to the Jaswant Thada, which serves as a Cenotaph to Maharaja Jaswanth Singh the Second. 

With that over, you can briefly visit a few more monuments on the way. Stroll across the market in the evening. 

After Dusk, we leave for Jaisalmer, which is approximately 300 Kilometers away. It is almost close to midnight as we check in to the hotels for dinner and sleep in Jaisalmer.
After breakfast, it's sightseeing time in Jaisalmer, the Golden City

The crowning glory is the fort, which we visit first. There are several Jain temples inside with exquisite Architecture, and the Royal Palace is also situated inside. 

The whole place is made of sandstone, be it the houses or fort. Jaisalmer lies amidst the Thar Desert, and the dunes are the spot for the camel cart rides, which you can experience in many places. 

We catch the sunset as we ride around the desert on the massive mammal. It's dusk, as we return to the hotel and call it a day.
We head to Bikaner after checking out of the hotel, which is the last leg on this tour. 

Bikaner is no exception, as they also have their share of palaces and forts. Here we check in first, and after a few hours of relaxation, we visit the Junagarh Fort. Formerly known as Chintamani, it became Junagarh. 

One interesting point is that this fort is at ground level. The city outside the fort, Bikaner, is quite modern. The fort houses many palaces, gardens, temples, etc. 

The other popular place here in Bikaner is the Bhandasar Jain temple. It is three-storied, and you can see lovely leaf paintings, mirror work, etc. The walls carry the pictures and construction is of red stone. 

 Bikaner also plays host to Camel rides, and we yet again find ourselves in the middle of a humpy trip, with the sun setting on a beautiful tour. 

We return one last time to the hotel and perhaps do some shopping to carry back souvenirs. 

And dinner follows. The previous night's sleep in Rajasthan is also on.
Finish breakfast, and we leave for Jaipur. 

Now, you can check out from the Jaipur hotel, and you will be transported to your port of departure. 

The tour has ended, as you depart Jaipur. But your heart stays back a little while longer. Perhaps, till the next time, you visit Rajasthan.

Conclusion : The 11 days and 10 nights tour is the perfect adrenaline pumping trip for a tourist. The sights you have seen have been there for centuries and will continue to remain there. They are there to teach us History, and we are transported back in time without a time capsule.

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  • 10 Nights stay in resorts / hotels / camps.
  • Airport transfers and sightseeing tours in an AC car. 
  • Experienced English speaking driver with govt. license. 
  • Yellow plate Commercial car, not more then 2 years old. 
  • Government approved English speaking tour guide. 
  • Toll tax, Permit, Driver allowances, Gasoline charges.
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  • Driver allowances. 
  • Mineral water bottles during the journey. 
  • Personal assistance, care and attention by Cosmovision.

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Ms. Freya - Scotland

Traveling to Rajasthan in India was a great idea, we spent almost 15 days and enjoyed it the most. Our travel coordinator was Shobhit, he was very helpful. It's good value for money we paid. Highly recommended.

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We had booked a Standard package from four options they had offered. Our hotels are all nice. Our car was comfortable, our driver Ravi was punctual and always helpful. Our guides were knowledgeable and expert in their field. Glad that we choose Cosmovision for providing Rajasthan travel services, definitely recommend them to any.

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