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Pearls of Rajasthan

Rajasthan, dissemblance at its best. A land where the landscapes and dialects change at every thousand pace. Experience the same with our package “Pearls of Rajasthan” covering Udaipur, Jodhpur and Jaipur. Udaipur, city of lakes and once the capital of the Ranas of Mewar. The city is known for its fairytale palaces that will make your fantasies come alive. Jodhpur, the city of timeless architecture, was once the capital of Rathore Rajjputs in 16th century. Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhawan Place, paint capturing images of castles and places in you mind. Jaipur, known as the Pink City promises a rich tradition of ornate handicrafts and sand stone places that speak volumes about the royal past of the city.

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Tour Plan

Day 1Arrival at Jaipur

Airport/ Railway Station/ Bus Station transfer drop at RTDC Hotel Teej , Night
Stay. Evening free for shopping.

Day 2Jaipur

Morning excursion to amber fort. make your ascent to the palace fortress on the gaily
caparisoned elephant back (optional). Tour the chamber & hallways of the palace, which are famous for
the excellence of their design & decoration. After noon tour of jaipur known as “The Pink City of
Rajasthan” Visit the unique Jantar Mantar observatory, which was built in 1700’s, yet even today still
looks futuristic or almost surrealistic: The city palace & its museum, The Hawa Mahal or The Palace of
Winds. Nihgt Stay at RTDC Hotel Teej.

Day 3Jaipur - Jodhpur via Ajmer/Pushkar

After break fast leave for JODHPUR enroute visiting
Ajmer- Dargah of Khwaja Saheb, Adhai Din ka Jhonpra, break for lunch at Hotel KHADIM and visit to
Pushkar – Brahma Temple and Sarovar Lake. Arrive Jodhpur by evening. Check in at Hotel GHOOMAR,
JODHPUR, Night Stay.

Day 4Jodhpur

after break fast leave for morning sight seeing tour of JODHPUR gateway to the desert
beyond, home of the rathores of Marwar. Visit the Meharangarh Fort, Rising up on a hilly scrap, built on
the advice of a hermit, which over looks the cities blue houses, the image of a long sentinel. inside the fort
are a number of palaces added by successive ruler and the Canon Rampart. Also visit the Jaswanthada,
which Corvrded White Marble Cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh-II, which preservis the genealogy of
the rulers of jodhpur along with their life-size portraits.

Early after noon, visiting Mandore gardens set on a plateau are the ruins of the ancient Marwar capital
now surrounded with beautiful gardens. See the pillared ‘Hall Of Heroes’ and the ‘Shrine Of The 300
Million Gods’ return to the old city walk through Sojati Gate, which leads to Sadar Bazar with its Ornate
Clock Tower. Night Stay at Hotel.

Day 5Jodhpur - Udaipur

After breakfast morning drive from Jodhpur to Udaipur enroute visiting
Ranakpur. Visit the famous Jain Temples; dating back to the 15th century. Its 29 halls are supported by
1444 pillars none of, which are similar. The temple abounds with intricate friezes and sculptures. Includes
visit to two more Jain Temples and the temple of the Sun God with its erotic sculptures. Continue your
drive to “Lake City” Upon arrival check in at Hotel Kajri, Udaipur for Night Stay.

Day 6Udaipur

After breakfast full day sightseeing tour of Udaipur. This is possibly the most romantic
city in Rajasthan. There would be no doubt as to why it is called “The Venice of East” The City was
founded by Maharana Udai Singh is situated on the edge of three lakes and surrounded by The Aravali
Moutain Ranges. The Ambience, Climate and history combined make Udaipur a tourist heaven. Morning
excursion to famous temples of Eklingji & Nagda. Afternoon half day city tour visiting city palace museum,
Jagdish temple and Saheliyon Ki Bari. Night Stay at Hotel Kajri, Udaipur.

Day 7Udaipur/Departure:

Break fast at Hotel and transfer from Hotel to the Airport / Railway Station to
catch flight / Train for onwards destination. Tours ends or have a choice to come back to Jaipur and tour
ends

Back to the hotel, Overnight stay at Puri

Drop at airport / railway station

Pick up from bhubaneswar airport or railway station

  • PipiliFamous for applique and patchwork, the village of Pipli is located about 24 kilometres away from Bhubaneswar and approximately 40 km from Puri. It is a town of artisans famous for their colourful fabrics.
  • SakhigopalOne of the sacred tourist destination of Odisha, Sakhigopal (alternatively spelt as Sakhigopala) known for coconut industry which is situated 19 kms north of Puri on the way to Bhubaneswar.

Check in To Hotel at Puri After Freshen Up

  • Jagannath templeThis temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath who is an avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the most revered pilgrimage site for Hindus and is included in the pious Char Dham Yatra with Badrinath, Dwarka and Rameshwaram.
  • Gundicha templeAt a distance of 1.5 km from Puri Junction and 3 km from Sri Jagannath Temple, Gundicha Temple is one of the most renowned Hindu temples in Puri. Legend says that Gundicha Ghar is the house of Lord Krishna's adoring aunt Gundicha. It is believed that their aunt gives a welcome to the three siblings with a special delicacy made of rice called 'padoapitha'.
  • Bedi Hanuman TempleA temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is situated on Chakratirtha road. Also known as Daria Mahavir Temple,it has an interesting story behind the name 'Bedi Hanuman'. is believed that Daria Mahavir protects Puri against the fury of the sea.
  • Sonar Gourang TempleSonar Gouranga Temple is another beautiful Temple in the left side of Chakratirtha road, Puri, famous for its ambience and the aura inside. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Gouranga, along with shrines of Lord Jagannatha, Balaram and Subhadra and also Sri Rama and other popular incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
  • OmkareshwarA scenic beauty of nature, a beautiful river side temple with natural casurina jungle.
  • Puri BeachDevotees visits the beach for a purification dip who comes to Puri to pay their homage to Lord Jagannath. The beach is also renowned for the sand sculptures made by internationally known sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik.

Pick up from bhubaneswar airport or railway station

  • PipiliFamous for applique and patchwork, the village of Pipli is located about 24 kilometres away from Bhubaneswar and approximately 40 km from Puri. It is a town of artisans famous for their colourful fabrics.
  • SakhigopalOne of the sacred tourist destination of Odisha, Sakhigopal (alternatively spelt as Sakhigopala) known for coconut industry which is situated 19 kms north of Puri on the way to Bhubaneswar.

Check in To Hotel at Puri After Freshen Up

  • Jagannath templeThis temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath who is an avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the most revered pilgrimage site for Hindus and is included in the pious Char Dham Yatra with Badrinath, Dwarka and Rameshwaram.
  • Gundicha templeAt a distance of 1.5 km from Puri Junction and 3 km from Sri Jagannath Temple, Gundicha Temple is one of the most renowned Hindu temples in Puri. Legend says that Gundicha Ghar is the house of Lord Krishna's adoring aunt Gundicha. It is believed that their aunt gives a welcome to the three siblings with a special delicacy made of rice called 'padoapitha'.
  • Bedi Hanuman TempleA temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is situated on Chakratirtha road. Also known as Daria Mahavir Temple,it has an interesting story behind the name 'Bedi Hanuman'. is believed that Daria Mahavir protects Puri against the fury of the sea.
  • Sonar Gourang TempleSonar Gouranga Temple is another beautiful Temple in the left side of Chakratirtha road, Puri, famous for its ambience and the aura inside. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Gouranga, along with shrines of Lord Jagannatha, Balaram and Subhadra and also Sri Rama and other popular incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
  • OmkareshwarA scenic beauty of nature, a beautiful river side temple with natural casurina jungle.
  • Puri BeachDevotees visits the beach for a purification dip who comes to Puri to pay their homage to Lord Jagannath. The beach is also renowned for the sand sculptures made by internationally known sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik.

Pick up from bhubaneswar airport or railway station

  • PipiliFamous for applique and patchwork, the village of Pipli is located about 24 kilometres away from Bhubaneswar and approximately 40 km from Puri. It is a town of artisans famous for their colourful fabrics.
  • SakhigopalOne of the sacred tourist destination of Odisha, Sakhigopal (alternatively spelt as Sakhigopala) known for coconut industry which is situated 19 kms north of Puri on the way to Bhubaneswar.

Check in To Hotel at Puri After Freshen Up

  • Jagannath templeThis temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath who is an avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the most revered pilgrimage site for Hindus and is included in the pious Char Dham Yatra with Badrinath, Dwarka and Rameshwaram.
  • Gundicha templeAt a distance of 1.5 km from Puri Junction and 3 km from Sri Jagannath Temple, Gundicha Temple is one of the most renowned Hindu temples in Puri. Legend says that Gundicha Ghar is the house of Lord Krishna's adoring aunt Gundicha. It is believed that their aunt gives a welcome to the three siblings with a special delicacy made of rice called 'padoapitha'.
  • Bedi Hanuman TempleA temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is situated on Chakratirtha road. Also known as Daria Mahavir Temple,it has an interesting story behind the name 'Bedi Hanuman'. is believed that Daria Mahavir protects Puri against the fury of the sea.
  • Sonar Gourang TempleSonar Gouranga Temple is another beautiful Temple in the left side of Chakratirtha road, Puri, famous for its ambience and the aura inside. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Gouranga, along with shrines of Lord Jagannatha, Balaram and Subhadra and also Sri Rama and other popular incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
  • OmkareshwarA scenic beauty of nature, a beautiful river side temple with natural casurina jungle.
  • Puri BeachDevotees visits the beach for a purification dip who comes to Puri to pay their homage to Lord Jagannath. The beach is also renowned for the sand sculptures made by internationally known sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik.

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    Day 1 Pick up from bhubaneswar airport or railway station

    • PipiliFamous for applique and patchwork, the village of Pipli is located about 24 kilometres away from Bhubaneswar and approximately 40 km from Puri. It is a town of artisans famous for their colourful fabrics.
    • SakhigopalOne of the sacred tourist destination of Odisha, Sakhigopal (alternatively spelt as Sakhigopala) known for coconut industry which is situated 19 kms north of Puri on the way to Bhubaneswar.

    Check in To Hotel at Puri After Freshen Up

    • Jagannath templeThis temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath who is an avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the most revered pilgrimage site for Hindus and is included in the pious Char Dham Yatra with Badrinath, Dwarka and Rameshwaram.
    • Gundicha templeAt a distance of 1.5 km from Puri Junction and 3 km from Sri Jagannath Temple, Gundicha Temple is one of the most renowned Hindu temples in Puri. Legend says that Gundicha Ghar is the house of Lord Krishna's adoring aunt Gundicha. It is believed that their aunt gives a welcome to the three siblings with a special delicacy made of rice called 'padoapitha'.
    • Bedi Hanuman TempleA temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is situated on Chakratirtha road. Also known as Daria Mahavir Temple,it has an interesting story behind the name 'Bedi Hanuman'. is believed that Daria Mahavir protects Puri against the fury of the sea.
    • Sonar Gourang TempleSonar Gouranga Temple is another beautiful Temple in the left side of Chakratirtha road, Puri, famous for its ambience and the aura inside. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Gouranga, along with shrines of Lord Jagannatha, Balaram and Subhadra and also Sri Rama and other popular incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
    • OmkareshwarA scenic beauty of nature, a beautiful river side temple with natural casurina jungle.
    • Puri BeachDevotees visits the beach for a purification dip who comes to Puri to pay their homage to Lord Jagannath. The beach is also renowned for the sand sculptures made by internationally known sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik.

    Back to the hotel, Overnight stay at Puri

    Day 2 After breakfast

    Heading towards Chilika
    Back to hotel and overnight stay at Puri

    Day 3 After breakfast

    • Chandra Bhaga Beach

      Chandrabhaga Beach is situated 3 km east of the Sun temple of Konark,Puri. Earlier Chandrabhaga was considered a place of natural cure for lepers. Chandrabhaga beach is India's first to get the Blue flag certification — a tag given to environment-friendly clean beaches, equipped with amenities of international standards for tourists.

    • Konark sun temple

      Konark Sun Temple is an UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its unique architecture. Its geometrical patterns and carved wheels used to serve as sundials. We can witness three images of Sun God at three directions to catch the rays of the Sun at dawn, noon and sunset.

    • Dhaulagiri hills

      This temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath who is an avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the most revered pilgrimage site for Hindus and is included in the pious Char Dham Yatra with Badrinath, Dwarka and Rameshwaram.

    • Lingaraj Temple

      The Lingaraja temple is the largest temple in Bhubaneswar. The central tower of the temple is 180 ft (55 m) tall. The temple showcases the Kalinga architecture and culminates the medieval stages of the architectural tradition at Bhubaneswar.

    • Raja Rani

      Rajarani Temple is an 11th-century Hindu temple located in Bhubaneswar, is believed to have been known originally as Indreswara. It is locally known as a "love temple" because of the erotic carvings of women and couples in the temple.

    • Mukteshwar Temple

      Mukteshwara Temple is a 10th-century Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, also emerged as a popular religious tourist attraction in Odisha for its architecture which symbolizes the innovation in Kalinga style of architecture.

    • Khandagiri udaygiri

      Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, formerly called Kattaka Caves or Cuttack caves, are partly natural & partly artificial caves of archaeological, historical and religious importance near the city of Bhubaneswar in Odisha,

    • Nandan Kanan zoo

      Nandankanan is the first zoo in the World to breed White tiger and Melanistic tiger. Nandankanan is the only conservation breeding centre of Indian Pangolins in the world. Nandankanan is the only zoological park in India to become an institutional member of World Association of Zoos and Aquarium (WAZA). It is the first zoo in India for White tiger Safari

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