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Pushkar Fair Special Tour Package


If you are looking for a unique travel experience, then the Pushkar Fair Special Tour Package is just the thing for you. This tour package offers a glimpse into the vibrant culture of Rajasthan and the famous Pushkar Fair that takes place annually in the town of Pushkar.

Pushkar Fair is a colourful and lively celebration of Rajasthan’s rich heritage and culture. The fair is held every year in November and is a major attraction for tourists from all over the world. The town of Pushkar transforms into a bustling hub of activity during this time, as traders, artisans, and musicians from all over the state gather here to showcase their wares and talents.

The Pushkar Fair Special Tour Package offers a perfect opportunity to witness the beauty and charm of this lively event, along with exploring the other cultural and historical attractions of Rajasthan. The tour package is designed to provide a comprehensive experience of the state’s rich history, culture, and traditions, along with enjoying the festive atmosphere of the Pushkar Fair.

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Itinerary Details

As you arrive in Delhi, the vibrant capital city of India, you are immediately transported into a world of sensory overload. The sights, sounds and smells all vie for your attention, tempting you to explore every corner of this magnificent city. After settling into your accommodation, take a stroll through the bustling streets of Delhi, where old meets new in a heady blend of cultures and traditions. Explore the colourful bazaars and indulge in some retail therapy, sampling the local street food as you go.

On Day 2 of your itinerary, you will embark on a scenic journey from Delhi to Mandawa, a small town located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. The drive is approximately 280 kilometres and takes around 6 hours, but the picturesque landscapes and vibrant villages you'll pass through along the way make it well worth the trip. Once you arrive in Mandawa, you'll have the opportunity to explore the town's rich history and stunning architecture, including its famous havelis (ornate mansions) adorned with intricate frescoes.

On day 3, we'll travel to the beautiful cities of Mandawa and Bikaner. Located around 160 km from our starting point, it will take us approximately 4 hours to reach our destination. Mandawa is famous for its stunning havelis adorned with intricate frescoes, while Bikaner is known for its grand palaces, forts, and temples that reflect the city's rich history and culture. We'll explore the narrow lanes of Mandawa's old town and marvel at the beautiful murals and artwork on the havelis, and then head to Bikaner to visit the magnificent Junagarh Fort, Lalgarh Palace, and Karni Mata Temple. The day promises to be a wonderful mix of art, history, and architecture.

On Day 4 of your travel itinerary, you'll be heading from Bikaner to Jaisalmer, covering a distance of 325 km in about 6 hours. This journey will take you through the heart of Rajasthan, offering stunning views of the Thar Desert, quaint villages, and historic forts. Upon arriving in Jaisalmer, you can explore the city's iconic landmarks such as the Jaisalmer Fort, Jain Temples, and the vibrant markets offering local handicrafts and souvenirs. You can also indulge in some delicious Rajasthani cuisine and experience the hospitality of the locals, making for an unforgettable travel experience.

On Day 5 of your trip to Jaisalmer, get ready to explore the Golden City's mesmerizing dunes. Take a desert safari on a camel or jeep and experience the rugged terrain of the Thar Desert. Witness the stunning sunset from the dunes and enjoy a traditional Rajasthani dinner under the stars. For those looking for a more adventurous experience, try sandboarding or quad biking on the dunes. The unique landscape and cultural experiences make Jaisalmer an unforgettable destination for travellers.

On Day 6 of the trip, travellers will journey from the enchanting city of Jaisalmer to the vibrant metropolis of Jodhpur. The drive covers a distance of 290 kilometres and takes approximately 6 hours, passing through a picturesque landscape of desert dunes, rural villages, and arid plains. Upon arrival in Jodhpur, visitors can explore the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, a towering fortress that dates back to the 15th century, and marvel at its ornate architecture and stunning panoramic views of the city. Other popular attractions in Jodhpur include the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, and the bustling bazaars of the Old City.

On Day 7 of your Jodhpur itinerary, you can explore the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, one of the largest forts in India. The fort's impressive architecture and intricate carvings are sure to leave you awestruck. From there, head to Jaswant Thada, a stunning white marble cenotaph built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. You can also visit the bustling Sardar Market for some souvenir shopping and to get a taste of the local culture. In the evening, catch the sunset from the Umaid Bhawan Palace, a breathtaking palace that is still home to the royal family of Jodhpur.

On Day 8 of your itinerary, you will travel from Jodhpur to Udaipur, with a stop at the stunning Ranakpur temple complex. This 325 km journey takes approximately 5 hours, but the scenic drive through the Aravalli hills is well worth it. Ranakpur boasts one of the most magnificent Jain temples in India, with intricate carvings and a peaceful atmosphere. After exploring the temple, you'll continue to Udaipur, known as the "City of Lakes" and famous for its stunning palaces, vibrant markets, and beautiful lakeside setting. Get ready for a day of culture, history, and natural beauty on this leg of your journey.

Day 9 in Udaipur is a must for anyone visiting Rajasthan. Known as the "City of Lakes", Udaipur is famous for its beautiful palaces, intricate architecture, and stunning natural scenery. Start your day by visiting the City Palace, a magnificent complex of palaces, gardens, and courtyards overlooking Lake Pichola. Next, take a boat ride on Lake Pichola to get a closer look at the iconic Lake Palace and the Jag Mandir Palace. In the evening, head to the bustling markets of Udaipur to shop for traditional Rajasthani handicrafts and enjoy a delicious meal at one of the city's many rooftop restaurants. Day 9 in Udaipur promises to be a memorable and exciting experience for any traveller.

On Day 10, you will travel from the romantic city of Udaipur to the holy town of Pushkar. The drive will take around 4 hours, and en route, you will get to witness the scenic beauty of the Aravalli mountain range. Pushkar is a charming and peaceful town, known for its sacred lake and the only Brahma temple in the world. Take a dip in the holy waters, explore the colourful bazaars, and enjoy the local delicacies. The town is also famous for its annual Pushkar Camel Fair, which attracts travellers from all over the world. Pushkar is a must-visit destination for those seeking a spiritual and cultural experience in Rajasthan.

Day 11 at land of Pushkar is a day filled with excitement and cultural immersion. The day begins with a visit to the famous Brahma Temple, one of the few temples dedicated to Lord Brahma in the world. Visitors can witness the morning rituals and prayers offered to the deity, which is an experience in itself. Later in the day, one can explore the bustling streets of the fair and witness various competitions and cultural performances. The Pushkar Fair is known for its camel trading and visitors can witness the camel race, beauty contests, and even buy some unique souvenirs.

The Pushkar Fair draws a large number of tourists from different parts of the world. The fairgrounds are filled with an abundance of items. Among the popular activities at the fair is body tattooing. The vibrant colours that adorn the desert sands, along with the joyful and infectious enthusiasm of the villagers, create an exceptional experience for every visitor. The fair exudes a festive atmosphere that is hard to miss, making it a unique and unforgettable event.

Day 12 of the Pushkar Fair visit is a culmination of all the colours, excitement, and cultural fervour that the festival is known for. As the fair draws to a close, visitors can experience the final camel races and cultural performances, indulge in delicious local food, and shop for souvenirs and handicrafts from the bustling bazaars. This is also a great time to take a hot air balloon ride and witness the fairgrounds from a bird's eye view. The Pushkar Fair is truly an unforgettable experience that should be on every traveller's bucket list.

Day 13 takes you from Pushkar to Jaipur, a journey of approximately 132 kilometres that can be completed in around 3 hours. Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, is the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan and is famous for its rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning architecture. During your visit to Jaipur, you can explore the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, and the Amber Fort, all of which are iconic landmarks that offer a glimpse into the city's past. In addition, Jaipur is also known for its delicious cuisine, colourful bazaars, and traditional handicrafts, making it a must-visit destination for any traveller to India.

Day 14 in Jaipur, also known as the "Pink City," is a must-see for any traveller exploring Rajasthan. Start your day by visiting the iconic Hawa Mahal, also known as the "Palace of Winds," which is famous for its intricate pink façade. Next, head to the City Palace, a stunning example of Rajasthani architecture and the former residence of the royal family. In the afternoon, visit the Jantar Mantar, an astronomical observatory that dates back to the 18th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Finally, take a stroll through the vibrant markets of Jaipur and shop for souvenirs, jewellery, and traditional Rajasthani textiles. Day 14 in Jaipur is sure to be a highlight of any trip to India.

Day 15 of your trip to India will take you on a fascinating journey through some of the country's most iconic destinations. Starting in Jaipur, known as the "Pink City," you'll explore the city's rich history and culture before heading to Bharatpur, where you'll encounter a birdwatcher's paradise in the form of the Keoladeo National Park. Next, you'll visit the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, before finally arriving in Agra, home to one of the world's most famous landmarks, the Taj Mahal. This 260 km journey will take you on a whirlwind tour of India's past and present, with each destination offering a unique glimpse into the country's diverse and captivating culture.

Day 16 of your India tour takes you on a scenic 220 km drive from Agra to Delhi, which takes about 4 hours. En route, you can witness the changing landscapes of North India and take in the vibrant culture and traditions of the region. Upon reaching Delhi, you can explore the bustling streets, visit historic monuments like the Red Fort and Qutub Minar, and indulge in delicious street food. Delhi is a perfect blend of old-world charm and modernity, offering visitors a unique experience that they will cherish for a lifetime.

Day 17 in Delhi is a perfect day to immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of this vibrant city. Start your day with a visit to the historic Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an iconic symbol of India's struggle for independence. Next, head to the bustling bazaars of Chandni Chowk to experience the authentic sights, sounds, and flavours of old Delhi. Indulge in some delicious street food and shop for souvenirs as you explore the narrow lanes and hidden alleys of this colourful market. End your day with a visit to the Lotus Temple, a stunning modern temple known for its unique architecture and tranquil atmosphere.

On Day 18, it's time to depart from Delhi, the bustling capital city of India. Whether you're headed back home or moving on to your next destination, leaving Delhi can be bittersweet. You might be saying goodbye to the vibrant energy of the city, the delicious food, and the rich history and culture that surrounds you at every turn. But as you make your way to the airport or train station, you can reflect on the memories you've made and the experiences you've had during your time on the whole trip, knowing that they will stay with you long after you've left.


Hotel accommodation on twin sharing with buffet breakfast.
Aircon car with English speaking driver throughout the tour for all transfers, sightseeing, intercity travel.
Car services are inclusive of all services; right from pick up from the airport till departure.
Driver allowance (food & Stay)
All toll taxes, entry permit and parking charges.
English Speaking guide at the time of sightseeing.


Any international/domestic air/train fare.
Monuments/sightseeing entry charges.
Government Service Tax (GST) 5% on the tour package.
Any expenses of personal nature such as laundry, tips, phone calls, insurance, portage, soft/hard drinks, meals unless not specified etc.
Anything which is not mentioned in the 'Inclusions' shall not be the part of this package.

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