Jaipur–Pushkar–Mount Abu (5days)

Amer fort, Hawa mahal, Jantar Mantar,Lake NakkiTejpal Temple,.

Category: CULTURE

5 Days From: Aug. 30, 2016   To: Dec. 31, 2020
trip includes

5 Days and 4 Nights trip to enjoy the sights and sounds of Jaipur, Pushkar and Mount Abu

 

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Private

Includes: Visit the Hawa Mahal & Jantar Mantar, visit Dargah Sharif Tomb of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, evening visit Nakki Lake, explore the famous Dilwara Jain Temple,

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day by day breakup

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1

Day 01: Jaipur Arrival

 

Arrival in Jaipur, transfer to the hotel after wash and change  enjoy half day sightseeing Visiting City palace and  local market. Overnight at hotel.

 

 

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Day 02: Jaipur

After breakfast enjoy full day sightseeing of Jaipur visiting Amer fort, Hawa mahal, Jantar Mantar, City palace, Museum, Govinddev Tempal & Jal mahal. Overnight at Hotel.

 

 

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Day 03: Jaipur – Pushkar (125 km 3hrs)

 

After breakfast drive toward Pushkar en-route visit Ajmer it is popular for the tomb of Dargah Sharif Tomb of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, a well-known Sufi saint, then enjoy Pushkar Sightseeing covering Brahma ji Temple. Overnight at hotel.

 

 

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Day 04: Pushkar – Mount Abu (385 km 8hrs)

 

After breakfast Drive to Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan, situated at an altitude of 1200 mt. Day at leisure. Evening visit Nakki Lake is virtually located in the heart of Mount Abu and is a big attraction with tourists. The lake takes its name from the legend that it was scooped out by a god, using only his nails, or nakh. While takeing a stroll along the lake, look for the strange rock formations. On the lake there is a dilapidated concrete boat-shaped snack bar. Overnight at hotel.

 

 

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Day 05: Mount Abu

 

After breakfast, visit the world famous Dilwara Jain Temple, Nakki Lake and Brahmin Kumari Ashram Dilwara Temple are a group of remarkable Jain temples. Among the finest examples of these are two temples in which the art of carving marble has reached unsurpassed heights. The older of the temples is the 'Vimal Vasahi', built in 1031 and dedicated to the first tirthankar, Adinath. In the front of the temple stands the 'House of Elephants', with figures of elephants marching in procession to the temple entrance. The later built 'Tejpal Temple' is dedicated to Neminath, the 22nd tirthankar, and was built in 1230 by the brothers Tejpal and Vastupal. The carving is so fine that, in places, the marble becomes almost transparent. Later proceed for your onward journey.

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