5 Days - Rajasthan Adventure Package

Duration 6 Days Places Covered 3 Places Best Time September - April
Includes : Hotel stay + Transfers + Sightseeing + Guide
Places (Cities) Covered : Jaipur - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur
Elephant Ride at Amber Fort, Jaipur


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Explore Jaipur and Udaipur. There is more in store for you as we unravel one by one in these six days, five nights trip of the Jaipur package.

Rajasthan is all about royalty, imperial lifestyle and history! Be it a adventure destination, you will assuredly enjoy every moment of this elegant state. Perfect location for capturing the memories through photography. 

The royal city is full of various places for tourist attractions such as palaces, forts, gardens, parks and strolling through old markets and admiring the beautiful architecture and trees around the primary area. The natural lush green garden, lake and only hill station Mount Abumake the Rajasthan best sight-seeing place.


  • Explore the Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur, probably the most massive Fort in India. 
  • Jaipur city tour of Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar.
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort, an experience you will never forget. 
  • Visit Ranakpur Jain Temples and the other temples which surround it. 
  • Enjoy a day trip to Udaipur to the city palace and the garden of maids. 
  • Admire the scenic beauty of the lakes of Pichola, an artificial lake with four islands.

Amber Fort, Jaipur


You would be welcomed by our tour representative wherever you disembark and guided to the hotel and checked in. 

You can enjoy the day, just strolling around. The action starts tomorrow. Jaipur is Rajasthan's capital and largest city in the Indian state. 

Also known as the Pink City, Jaipur is because of the dominant color scheme of its buildings. Jaipur was established in 1727 by the ruler of Amber, Rajput, Jai Singh II, and hence the name Jaipur.

Night stay in Jaipur.
After a good breakfast, proceed for Jaipur sightseeing tour. 

Our first visit is Jantar Mantar. The Jantar Mantar is a series of nineteen astronomical architectural instruments built by the founder of Jaipur, Rajasthan, the Maratha Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh II. The construction of the memorial finished in 1734 and contained the largest stone sundial in the world. It is also in the vicinity of the City Palace and Hawa Mahal, and the instruments allow naked-eye observation of planetary positions. The observatory is an example of Ptolemaic positional astronomy practiced by several different civilizations. Early restoration work started after the destruction of the Jantar Mantar, which was supervised by Major Arthur Garrett, a keen and famous, but amateur astronomer. 

Our next visit is to Hawa Mahal, which was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. Khetri Mahal's unique structure had so inspired him that he designed this grand and historical Palace. Its distinctive five-story exterior is similar to a beehive's honeycomb with its 953 small windows decorated with intricate latticework called Jharokhas. The original purpose of the lattice design was to allow royal ladies to observe, but without being seen, daily life and festivals celebrated in the street below. This architectural feature also allowed cold air from the Venturi effect to pass through, making the entire area more friendly during the summertime high temperatures. Many people view the Hawa Mahal from the flat ground of the street and think it's the front of the Palace, but the fact is, it's the back of that structure. Constructed in sandstone, which was red and pink colored, its color is a complete testimony to the epithet of "Pink Region" given to Jaipur, in keeping with the decoration of the other monuments in town. There's a small museum, featuring miniature paintings and some precious artifacts, such as ceremonial armor, that help evoke the Royal past. Claustrophobes should know that the narrow corridors inside the Hawa Mahal can often get extremely cramped and crowded. The entrance to the complex is from behind. 

Amber Fort is a fortress in Amber, Rajasthan. Amber is a city Four square kilometers in area. Initially founded by the Mairs, the town of Amerand the Amber, and later ruled by Raja Man Singh I. It is Atop the hill and is the main tourist attraction in Jaipur. Amber Fort is well known for its elements of an architectural theme. The Fort overlooks Maota Lake, the only primary source of water for the Palace, with its wide ramparts and set of gates and cobbled paths. Riding on the back of the massive mammal is exciting enough. Up to the entrance of the Fort is more than exciting for anyone. It is the crowning glory of a visit to the spectacular Fort Amer. Such magnificent animals are adorned with typical painted designs and move tourists quickly up the steep slope into the Fort. The Amber Fort elephant ride is a great experience, but to guarantee a seat, tourists must arrive early, and prepare to suffer from haggling and alluring. 

Tripolia Bazaar is renowned for its jewelry and stunning bangle varieties, and the ideal place to shop bangles and similar products in Jaipur. One of Jaipur's famous shopping markets, Chandpole Bazaar, is where the imagination comes alive; Where you can find handicrafts, marble carvings, and other hand-looms. 

Kishanpole is well known for its textile products to be purchased at fair prices. It is also one of the best places to go shopping in Jaipur, to get some wooden souvenirs for your loved ones. While you can find some beautiful clothes and textiles in Nehru Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar's main attraction is the traditional juttis or shoes, one of the Jaipur shopping specialties that look vibrant with multicolored style. We head back to the hotel and, after a good dinner, dream of those huge friendly Elephants

Day Two comes to a close.
After a good night's sleep, freshen up, and have a good breakfast. 

We head to Jodhpur, which is also known as the Blue city. Jodhpur borders the Thar Desert, and we check into a hotel and leave our bags in the rooms. 

With no time to waste, we head to Jaswant Thada, which is known as the Taj Mahal of Mewar. Established in 1899 by Maharaja Sardar Singh of Jodhpur State in memory of his father, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, it serves as the cremation ground for Marwar's royal family. It is a cenotaph and a beautiful one at that. The mausoleum is from intricately carved marble boards. These sheets are fragile and polished so that when illuminated by the Sun, they emit a warm glow. The grounds of the cenotaph feature carved gazebos, a tiered garden, and a tiny pool. The fields contain three additional cenotaphs. Maharaja Jaswant Singh's cenotaph contains portraits of Jodhpur's kings and Maharajas. 

Mehrangarh is one of India's most massive forts, situated at Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The Fort, built around 1459 by Rao Jodha, is situated at an altitude of Four hundred ten feet. above the city. There are many palaces within its borders known for its intricate carvings and extensive courtyards. A winding road leads downwards to and from the city. 

On the second gate, one can still see the imprints of the effect of cannonballs fired by attacking Jaipur's armies. Kirat Singh Soda's chhatri, a soldier who fell at the spot defending Mehrangarh, is to the left of the Fort. 

There are seven gates to this Fort. Rajasthan's best is the Museum at Mehrangarh Fort. There is a collection of old royal palanquins in one part of the fort museum, including the spectacular domed gold Mahadol palanquin. 

We headed to Mandore, the ancient city and was the seat of Mandavyapura's Pratiharas, which ruled the area in the 6th century CE. Several monuments feature in the historic district. The now ruined Mandore fort was constructed in several stages and was once a beautiful piece of architecture, with its thick walls and substantial scale. 

Next, we visit Mandore Gardens. Another big draw is the Mandore Gardens, with its beautiful array of temples and memorials, and its high rock terraces. Another draw at Mandore is the gardens house the Chhatris (cenotaphs) of many Jodhpur state rulers. It is assumed as Ravan's wife Mandodari's native place, and the wedding took place here. Government museum, a 'Hall of Heroes', and an Ancient temple to 33 crore gods are also present in the Mandore Gardens. 

The Museum houses numerous artifacts and statues found in the city. 'Hall of Heroes' commemorates the region's famous folk heroes. It's dark now, and we headed back to the hotel, thinking about the corrupt mind of Ravan. 

Dinner and sleep follow.
After Breakfast, we set off to Ranakpur. Ranakpur is at a distance of 98 km from Udaipur. The Ranakpur Jain temple or Chaturmukha Dharana Vihara is in honor of Tirthankara Rishabhanatha. 

The temple honors Adinath, Jain cosmology's first Tirthankar. The Ranakpur temple is one of the Jain culture's largest and most prominent temples

The campus includes numerous temples such as the temple of Chaumukha, the temple of Surya, the temple of Suparshvanatha, and the temple of Amba

Chaturmukha temple is a temple dedicated to Adinatha from the 15th century built in the middle of a forest using white marbles. The naming of the temple is due to its chaumukha style. Four Hands. The shrine building and the quadrupled image symbolize the conquest of the four cardinal directions by the Tirthankara, and thus the universe. The shrine is one of Jain's most significant temples and considered one of India's five most sacred Jain shrines and part of Gorwad Panch Tirth. 

The Ranakpur sun temple dates from the 13th century CE. Reconstruction in the 15th century was taken up, following its collapse. Designed in the traditional Nagara theme, this shrine displays a plethora of exquisite decorative art that is off white limestone. The sanctuary is renowned for its magnificent Parshvanatha carved idol made from a single slab of marble. The God has 1008 heads of a snake and several tails. 

On either side stand two chauri bearers and yaksha and yakshi, half- and half-. Parshvanatha is from two elephants. One can't reach the tail end. The temple also has an Ashtapad depiction displaying eight Tirthankaras in a row, Girnar, and Nandishwar Dvora. This shrine faces east and has a sanctuary crowned with a shikhara and an octagonal mandapa before the temple. There are six verandas at the octagonal mandapa. The images on the sanctum's exterior have paintings with depictions of the Sun God riding on (a chariot of) rearing horses. The mandap houses expertly sculpted pillars, with capitals, turned in a lathe. The pillars are connected by carved to ranas, leading to the sanctum. 

The large temple complex dedicated to the Jain Tirthankara Adinatha-the Chaumukh temple with 29 halls with 1444 pillars, all unique, is in this temple. 

After a tiring but enlightening day, we make our way back to the hotel to have a good dinner and some well-deserved sleep.
Our first visit to Saheliyon-ki-Bari is a significant garden in Udaipur and a popular tourist area built by Rana Sangram Singh. It is one of Udaipur's loveliest gardens and a significant tourist destination. A lush garden with green lawns, marble sculptures, and fountains. Saheliyon Ki Bari's English translation means "Garden of Maids." The king himself designed It and presented this garden to his wife. Finally, in her marriage, the Queen was followed by 48 maids. A tiny museum is here too. The Museum is pleasant and has a lot of details about Indian history. 

Udaipur Lake Palace was facing east, enabling its residents to pray at the dawn crack to Surya, the Hindu sun god. The wall's decor is with semi-precious stones and ornamented niches made of black and white marble. 

Gardens, fountains, pillared terraces, and columns line the patios. There are three small islands within the boundaries of the Fateh Sagar Lake; the larger of these is the Nehru Park.

The second island houses an amazing water-jet fountain in the public park

The third island is the location for the Solar Observatory in Udaipur. Set on top of Moti Magri, Maharana Pratap Memorial overlooks Lake Fateh Sagar's breathtaking elegance. Maharana Pratap Memorial is also known as Pratap Smarak and is an essential site of historical significance. 

Lake Pichola, named after the neighboring village of Pichola, is an artificial freshwater lake. It is one of many interconnected lakes, which formed in and around Udaipur over the last few millennia. The lakes around Udaipur were created mainly by building dams to meet the city's and its neighborhood's potable water and irrigation needs. 

Two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir, are within Pichola Lake, and several palaces are a plan to provide views of the lake. 

The lake includes four islands. 

We return tired and love the dinner served. Sleep time. Last night too.
Once you vacate the room, you would leave with an escort to the place of the onward journey

I hope you enjoyed the trip. 

We did enjoy giving you the service.

Conclusion : The trip was well planned and well-executed. We will never forget the places we saw, and God willing, we will be back.

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  • 05 Nights stay in resorts / hotels. 
  • Airport transfers and sightseeing tours in air conditioned car. 
  • Experienced English speaking driver with govt. license and badge. 
  • Commercial car with yellow number plate, not more then 2 years old. 
  • Government approved English speaking tour guides at all destinations. 
  • Toll tax, Permit, Driver allowances, Gasoline charges, All taxes.
  • Mineral water bottles during the journey. 
  • Personal assistance, care and attention by Cosmovision.

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Amber Palace, Jaipur
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City Palace, Udaipur
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Amazing tour to Rajasthan, we enjoyed it a lot. Thanks Shobhit.

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Mr. Michael, UK

We had booked a Deluxe package from four categories. Our hotels at all places were good, centrally located. Our car was comfortable and new, our driver Lalit 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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