One of India’s oldest charms, Rajasthan is famous for its royalty, colorful markets, bustling streets, and sheer warmth. Travelers coming here from all over the world get to witness the authentic Indian culture. Jaipur, the “Pink City” with its pink-red tinged buildings has its own historic grandeur. Like Jaipur, Udaipur has also known for its scenic locations, majestic, and right history. Intrigued by the royalty and beauty of this place, Jaya decided to go on a family trip to Rajasthan. With smooth services and perfect itinerary customized by TravelTriangle, she was able to make countless memories with her folks.
I am a working professional who doesn’t have much time to travel but still, whenever I get the opportunity, I just pack my bags and fly away from the daily humdrum of life. This time, my family an I decided to go on an exciting trip to Rajasthan. Since, I’ve already traveled nationally and internationally with TravelTriange, planning another trip with them was the smart decision I made. Needless to say, the services they provided us were highly commendable and here I am jotting down the wonderful memories we had on our family trip to Rajasthan.
Details of our family trip to Rajasthan
Trip Type: Family Trip
Cost: INR 107350
Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights
Inclusions: Breakfast, Welcome Drink, Wifi, Access to Swimming Pool, Railway/Airport Transfers, Sightseeing, Access to Gymnasium, Private Cab
Exclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Government Taxes, Trip Supplements
Must-read highlights of our family trip to Rajasthan
1. Witnessing the elegance of Udaipur
Our journey to this colorful world started with Udaipur which is renowned for its rich and diversified cultural heritage. This “City of Lakes” offered us so many sightseeing options. Udaipur palace was our first stopover where the architectural beauty was at its best. Just by entering the place, we felt like we are into a royal kingdom (Indeed a splendid feeling). We also paid a visit to Jagdish temple and then moved towards Fatehsagar Lake. Not only these places were utterly calm but also gave a fresh vibe.
2. Embracing the colors of Pushkar & sanctity of Ajmer
Next on the itinerary was Saheliyon ki Bari which is a lush-green garden surrounded by majestic fountains and excellent architecture. After enjoying a wonderful time in the garden, we headed towards Ajmer Sharif Dargah via road. I was such a calming experience to see numerous people praying in unison. We then proceeded towards Brahma Temple in Pushkar. Even though it was a bit crowded, we managed to enjoy the divinity of the place.
Now was the time for a much-awaited experience, the Camel Safari. Safari at Pushkar is entertainment which one should definitely sign up for. Watching the sand dunes with a perfect view and witnessing the colorful surrounding, our safari ride was actually an unreal affair. There are numerous things to do in Rajasthan, but the camel ride tops it all!
3. Filled with royalty and beauty: The spellbinding Jaipur
Housing plenty of palaces, Jaipur is flooded with splendor and geniality. Hawa Mahal, also called as the ‘Palace Of The Breeze” was our first halt. Here, we got extremely mesmerized by the cool breeze passing through the small windows. Also, the lovely weather added great value to our visit. Next, we headed towards Amber Fort where the highlight was its amazing architecture, splendid views, and its rich history. We mainly loved the mirrored section which is indeed a work of art.
The third palace we visited was the Jalmahal Jaipur Palace. In close proximity to Hawa Mahal and Amber Fort, this is one of the major tourist attractions. The palace surrounded by calming water offered ultimate peace and tranquility. We also clicked many pictures at this lovely destination. (A quick tip: Travelers coming here can also get camel rides for the kids.)
Our marvelous experience with TravelTriangle
I am glad that we took out time and planned a family trip to Rajasthan. Traveling to cities like Udaipur, Ajmer, Pushkar, and Jaipur was a great experience for all of us. Each palace in Rajasthan had its own interesting story behind it. The highlight of our trip was the beautiful time we spent in Ajmer and Pushkar. Both these cities are extremely clean and also, the locals here were extremely cordial. They helped us out whenever we needed them. One of the best parts was the food which was in abundance here. We really wanted to visit Jaisalmer but since the time was less, we had to drop the idea. Nevertheless, we will surely visit next time. Even though ours was a family trip, but I think, Rajasthan makes a perfect honeymoon destination as well. There are so many places to visit for newly-weds in Rajasthan.
Much like the beauty of this place, our overall experience with Travel Triangle was undoubtedly exquisite. Our travel consultant was connected with us throughout the trip and made sure that we didn’t have to face any obstacles. I would highly recommend other travelers to choose a trip organizer like TravelTriangle to help them with customized itineraries.
A glimpse into our customized Rajasthan itinerary
Day 1: Arrival at Udaipur, check-in at the hotel, and local sightseeing
Day 2: Sightseeing in Udaipur and drive to Ajmer and Pushkar
Day 3: Exploring palaces & forts in Jaipur
Day 4: Sightseeing of Jaipur and departure
Queries you might have on your trip
Q1. What is the best time to go to Rajasthan?
The well-suited time to visit Rajasthan is from November to February. Summers here are extremely difficult to explore the destination. On the other hand, the winter season makes a perfect timing if one wants to witness Rajasthan at its best.
Q2. What is famous in Rajasthan for shopping?
Shopping in Rajasthan is a must-have experience! Some of the best things one should buy includeThewa jewelry from Chittor, Lac bangles, dyed fabrics, and some traditional decor items.
Q3. Which is the most beautiful place in Rajasthan?
For enjoying a wonderful trip to Rajasthan, travelers must visit Mehrangarh, Pushkar Camel Fair, Jaisalmer Fort, Sam Sand Dunes, Bundi, Ranthambore National Park, and many more.
Q4. What is the special food of Rajasthan?
Rajasthani cuisine is famous all over the world. Rajasthanis prepare food with utmost love which can rightly be witnessed in the two best cuisines including Dal Bati Churma and Laal Maas.
Q5. What are the best things to do in Rajasthan?
On a trip to Rajasthan, travelers must go for an elephant ride at Amer Fort, hot air ballooning, vintage car rally, dune bashing, camel safari, an also visit the Pushkar Fair.
The land of kings, splendid views, majestic palaces, golden-sand deserts, and rich history, Rajasthan has got it all if one wants to witness the unmatched royalty. Just like Jaya had a fantastic time on a family trip to Rajasthan, you can also go on a royal joyride. Get your perfect itinerary customized with TravelTriangle and fly away to the kingly territory.