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Udaipur: Full Day Private City Tour with Optional Boat Ride

1. Udaipur: Full Day Private City Tour with Optional Boat Ride

Udaipur, once called the most romantic spot in all of India, is the city of Lakes. This tour covers the most important sites of the city, and ends with a serene sunset at Lake Pichola. Several locations were made famous in the the James Bond movie, Octopussy, filmed here in 1982.  Start your tour at Sajjangarh or the Monsoon Palace, an old dilapidated hunting lodge, perched atop a hillside. It offers fantastic views of the countryside, the Aravalli hills, and Fatehsagar Lake, the next stop on this tour. Step into the Maharaja’s lifestyle at Udaipur City Palace (Rajasthan’s largest palace). Some of these buildings date back 400 years. City Palace Museum has opulently decorated rooms, filled with artifacts and miniatures. Spend approximately two hours here, before heading to the Jagdish temple. Built in 1651, this serene marble temple with stone carvings is dedicated to an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Stop for lunch at a restaurant of your choice, or ask your guide for recommendations (lunch at own expense). Take a relaxing stroll around the lotus pools and fountains at Saheliyon ki Bari. As the day comes to an end, watch the sunset from Lake Pichola. The evening light makes for perfect photo opportunities. You can also choose an optional boat ride for a pleasant end to your full day tour. At the end of the activity, your driver will drop you back to either your hotel, the airport, or railway station in Udaipur.

Sajjangarh: Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctury E-Bike Guided Tour

2. Sajjangarh: Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctury E-Bike Guided Tour

Wave goodbye to cars and traffic on a 6 kms e-bike ride to Sajjangarh (Monsoon) Palace where you'll be traversing through lush greenery, listening to the morning calls of the wildlife as you gently pedal through the sanctuary. Sajjangarh offers gorgeous design elements and unparalleled elevated Aravalli views. Starting from Ambamata – just 2 kms away from the city centre – you’ll ride on your e- bike. After a stop at the 36 hectares Sajjangarh Biological Park, home to some rare birds, rhesus monkeys, foxes and other wildlife, you’ll ascend the hill, with increasingly beautiful, elevated views of Lake Pichola, Lake Fateh Sagar and Lake Swaroop Sagar - all in one which will be a rare sight from the city's top vantage point. You should choose to do this trail either in the mornings to witness the sunrise or in the evenings as your experience the sun setting behind the Aravali range from backside of the fort. Our pick will be morning as you'll end up avoiding the crowd and the traffic during the day. At 3100 feet above mean sea level, the marble Monsoon palace awaits you. Conceptualised as a nine-storey astrological centre by Maharana Sajjan Singh, it’s an Udaipur legend (one of the locations where Octopussy, the 1983 Bond film starring Roger Moore,was shot) and a destination to revel in signature Mewari design - scalloped arches, jharokhas, domes and kaleidoscopic tikri glass mosaic work. At 3100 feet above mean sea level, themarble Monsoon palace awaits you. Conceptualised as a nine-storey astrological centre by Maharana Sajjan Singh, it’s an Udaipur legend (one of the locations where Octopussy, the 1983 Bond film starring Roger Moore,was shot) and a destination to revel in signature Mewari design - scalloped arches, jharokhas, domes and kaleidoscopic tikri glass mosaic work.

Mehrangarh Fort and BlueCity Historic Tour with Local Guide

3. Mehrangarh Fort and BlueCity Historic Tour with Local Guide

Stop At: Kunj Bihari Temple, Jodhpur India Kunj Bihari Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna, also known as Sri Nathji, and belongs to Rama Nandi Vaishnava sect of Hindus. This imposing structure was constructed by Maharaja Vijay Singh in 1847 AD in the memory of his son, Sher Singh, who died at a very young age. The shrine has been beautifully built using Makrana stone and Chhitar sandstone. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Toorji Ka Jhalra (Toorji’s Step Well), Sutharo ka Bas Road Gulab Sagar Makrana Mohalla, Jodhpur 342001 India Toorji’s Step Well – was built in the 1740s by Maharaja Abhaya Singh’s Queen. Submerged for nearly a century, its recent drainage, clean-up and restoration has uncovered over two hundred feet of hand carved treasure in Jodhpur’s famous Rose-Red Sand-Stone; intricate carvings of dancing elephants, medieval lion and cow water-spouts, and niches housing deities long gone. Your stay in Jodhpur would be incomplete without a visit to this wondrous monument Duration: 15 minutes Stop At: Mehrangarh Fort, Fort Rd., Jodhpur 342006 India Mehrangarh fort visit is one of the main attraction in jodhpur covering in side fort sheesh mahal [crystal palace] phool mahal [flower palace] sringar chowk [coronation courtyard] moti mahal [pearl palace] historically known as the kingdom of marwar region Duration: 2 hours Stop At: Pachetia Hill, Sodagaran Mohalla, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001, India The best view point of old city and blue city Aldo sunset point and sunrise Duration: 1 hour Pass By: Clock Tower Market, Jodhpur India

Visit Pushkar & Chittor Fort with Udaipur drop from Jaipur

4. Visit Pushkar & Chittor Fort with Udaipur drop from Jaipur

We'll pick you up from your hotel or your desire place in Jaipur at the agreed time and drive to Pushkar first. There are many legends surrounding this Hindu shrine as it is the principal place of worship in all of India which is dedicated to the God, Brahma. Although he has no other temple sacred to his memory, Brahma seems to have taken full advantage of the only temple where prayers are offered to him. Not only did he perform a Yagya (ritual fire ceremony) here, but he also dropped a sacred lotus from his hands to create a lake where people take a bath before they offer prayers. There is a silver turtle at the temple entrance, which is considered a symbol of his transport. Brahma temple is the best-known temple in Pushkar, but there are also four hundred other temples lining the banks of the lake. Though people visit here throughout the year, Pushkar in November, during the time of its annual fair, comprises a colorful mass of people and celebrations coinciding with the largest camel fair held in the world, that comes alive during the fair in a spectacular explosion of colors, sounds and activities. 2nd : Declared, A UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Chittorgarh Fort still preserves several palaces, memorial towers and monumental gates. As we tour the complex, we'll tell you the story of its legendary siege in 1303. According to legend, A love affair of Sultan Alauddin Khalji may have been the trigger for this important military operation. Explore the Chittorgarh Fort, the capital of Mewar, which sprawls over the hill 180 meters in height over an area of 280 ha above the plains of the valley drained by the Berach River. The fort has several historical palaces, gates, a temple and two prominent commemorative towers. Legend has it that Alauddin Khilji, who was the first to sack Chittor, was so besotted by the regal beauty of Rani Padmini that he was overpowered by a desire to possess her. But the noble queen preferred death over dishonor and committed "Jauhar" (mass self-immolation). Visit the 9-metre-wide Vijaya Stambha or the Tower of Victory, located within the Chittor Fort. The tower was constructed by Rana Kumbha, the Mewar king, in 1448 to commemorate his victory over Mahmud Khilji and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Continue your visit to the Kriti Stambha or Tower of Fame, another important feature of Chittor Fort. The Solanki-style architectural tower is 22-metre long and was established by the first Jain Tirthankar. See the Padmini Palace, home of Rani Padmini, lying near Chittorgarh Fort. You can also visit the Rana Kumbha Palace, situated inside the Chittorgarh Fort, home to the famous bhakti poetess, Meerabai. The tour will end by dropping you drop off at your desire location in Udaipur.

Explore Ranakpur Jain Temple from Udaipur with Jodhpur Drop

5. Explore Ranakpur Jain Temple from Udaipur with Jodhpur Drop

We'll pick you up from your hotel or your desire place in Udaipur at the agreed time and drive south to visit one of the great wonders of Rajasthan, the Ranakpur Temple, which you'll fall in love with! After approximately 3 hours of driving, we'll reach this Jain temple, a very popular religion among the people of India, who have been coming to Ranakpur since it was built in the 15th century. Did you know that the temple took only 50 years to build? We'll enter the Jain temple of Ranakpur and see the different rooms into which it's divided. You'll be able to admire the beautifully sculpted marble columns and the carved figures, and learn all about their peculiarities! We'll also visit the main chamber, where the idol of Adinath is located. After a complete tour of Ranakpur temple, we'll return to Jodhpur. The tour will end after 8 hours. If you wish, we can also finish the tour by dropping you off in Jodhpur.

Experience Luxury: Private Museum+Skywalk+Vintage Car Ride

6. Experience Luxury: Private Museum+Skywalk+Vintage Car Ride

A highlight of this experience is a royal ride in a vintage car around Lake Pichola. After a round of air rifle shooting, you’ll round off the evening by partaking of a splendid high tea at the stunning Fateh Garh skywalk, a suspended platform, which looks overthe rolling hills of the Aravallis, neighbouring fields and Bujara Village. Time travel to an era of royal grace and heritage in this curated bouquet of activities at Fateh Garh, one of Udaipur’s most intimate luxury hotels. Perched atop a hill adjacent to the Monsoon Palace, this abode of the Kelwa Rajput family. Embark on a tour to the palace's private vintage car museum. Discover a curated collection of 20 vintage automobiles, including Cadillacs, a rare Avon Special Sports 1932. Take a leisurely stroll through the expansive palace landscape, offering panoramic views of Udaipur's cityscape. Unwind at the sunset deck, revealing the majestic Aravali hills, or seek thrills through ziplining before we immerse in Rajputana history, exclusive weaponry and artillery placed at property's private museum. This Strode experience will captivate aficionados who appreciate luxury.

Farm to Table

7. Farm to Table

As you arrive in Bujra Village, you'll be welcomed by the warm hospitality of some local village natives. The scent of earth and the serene ambience of the countryside will immediately transport you to a simpler time. You'll be greeted by your host along with some friendly farmers who will be your guides on this culinary adventure. As you arrive at the farm, you'll be greeted with warm smiles and a traditional welcome ceremony. The scent of earth and the tranquility of the countryside will instantly transport you to a bygone era. Your host, who have been farmers for generations, will share stories of their agricultural heritage as you take in the picturesque views of rolling hills and fields of golden mustard plants along with cattle farms & a devra (temple of local deity) Start your journey with a village tour through lush fields and gardens where locals tend crops like mustard greens for Sarson Ka Saag and chickpea flour for Gatte Ka Saag. Join in and learn traditional farming. Then, head to an open-air kitchen amid the fields. With a local Rajasthani cook's expert guidance, prepare traditional dishes: Dal Bati : You'll start by crafting the dough for the batis, which will be baked in a traditional wood-fired clay oven. Simultaneously, you'll prepare the flavorful dal, a hearty lentil curry with some Indian masalas (spices) those are only native to this region. Churma :This sweet treat will be made from crushed batis mixed with ghee and locally produced jaggery that adds onto the sweetness. Sarson Ka Saag: Using the freshly harvested mustard greens that you will be plucking from the nearby fields , you'll learn to create the iconic Sarson Ka Saag, one of those rare dishes that showcases the earthy flavors of Rajasthan. Gatte Ka Saag: The gatte (chickpea flour dumplings) will be prepared and cooked in a rich and spicy curry. This dish is a testament to the creativity and resourcefulness of local cuisine. Refreshment with Chaas While the dishes are simmering and the flavors are melding, you'll be treated to a refreshing glass of Chaas and some local snacks that gets you going as you munch and make. This traditional buttermilk drink made from churned yogurt using a hand held instrument called madhani (whipper). Hope it’ll serve as a delightful respite. Feast Amidst Nature After your hard work, it's time to enjoy the fruits. Gather beneath a neem tree in a scenic field, relish a Rajasthani feast of Dal Batti Churma, Sarson Ka Saag, Gatte Ka Saag, and Chaas, capturing the essence of Rajasthan on your plate. Local artisans and musicians will entertain you, revealing Bujra Village's vibrant culture. Explore the handicrafts. This farm-to-table journey in Bujra Village, near Udaipur, blends nature, local culture, farming, and food. Connect with the land and its flavors. As the sun sets, take a 6 km ride back to the city, savoring countryside views, ending a culinary adventure in Rajasthan. Cherish these memories in the heart of rural Udaipur.

3 Days Private Udaipur Tour

8. 3 Days Private Udaipur Tour

Day (1) Udaipur City Tour With Guide You will be picked up in the morning at Udaipur Junction Railway Station, bus station, or your centrally located hotel in Udaipur by your friendly English-speaking driver and leave for Udaipur City Palace. Udaipur City Palace is the largest palace complex in Rajasthan. Maharana Udai Singh stated building this palace in 1559 and it was completed in 18th century by his successors. Later stop by Shree Jagdish Temple, a world renowned temple of Lord Vishnu. This three stories and 79 feet high temple was built by Maharana Jagat Singhji in 1651 and costed 1.5 million rupees. It is owned and managed by the royal family of Udaipur. In the complex the main Next stop is Dudh Talai located on the banks of Lake Pichola near the City Palace. Here you can enjoy the beautiful view of the Lake Pichola, Jagmandir Island Palace, Lake Palace, Udaivilas, The Leela Palace, gorgeous Aravalli ranges and Udiapur old city. You can either walk around the lake to see various species of birds, relax in the lush green garden, or enjoy the musical fountains in the park. Also stop by Saheliyon Ki Bari, Moti Magari and Sukhadiya Circle. When the tour concludes, you will be dropped off at Udaipur Junction Railway Station, bus station, or your centrally located hotel in Udaipur. Overnight Stay At Udaipur Hotel (Own Expense ) Day (2) Udaipur To Kumbhalgarh Fort To Ranakpur To Udaipur After Brakfast Leave For Day Tour Of Kumbhalgarh Fort & Ranakpur Jain The drive takes about 2 hours (depending on traffic) before arriving at Kumbhalgarh Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn the history of the fort while enjoying its mesmerizing view. Commonly referred to as the "the great wall of India," it features the second largest wall in the world. Afterwards, visit the Jain Temple in Ranakpur. It is believed that the temple was built in the 15th century under the direction of Seth Dharna Shah, who was a follower of Jainism. He constructed the temple with the help of Rana Kumbha, the king of Mewar whose condition for help was that the temple be named after him. There are four entrances to reach the main chamber where the idol of Adinath is placed. There are also five pillars in the temple and each holds idols of various Tirthankaras. The biggest pillar that stands in the center holds an idol of Adinath. After exploring the temple, you will head back to Udaipur and will be dropped back off to your hotel. Overnight Stay At Udaipur Hotel (Own Expense ) Day (3) Same Day Chittorgarh Fort Trip From Udaipur Pick Up From Hotel Then Drive To Chittaurgarh, is a romantic name for a city and municipality in the Rajasthan state of western India. Chittaurgarh was founded by Bappa Rawal in 8th century, and is located at an elevation of 408 meters (1339 feet) above sea level. Chittaurgarh city is located on the banks of the Gambhiri River and Berach. Mirabai, 16th century poet, and Rani Padmini, are from Chittaurgarh. After Tour Drop Off At Desired Location Of Traveler

Udaipur Full Day Private Tour with Guide

9. Udaipur Full Day Private Tour with Guide

Discover the Majesty of Udaipur: Private One-Day Tour with Local Guide Embark on a captivating one-day private tour of Udaipur with a local guide, starting with a convenient pickup from your designated location. From the moment you step aboard, be prepared for an enthralling journey as we unveil the magical treasures of this captivating destination. Experience Udaipur's Royal Heritage: The adventure commences at the awe-inspiring City Palace, where you will witness the grandeur of a bygone era. Our expert guide will lead you through the labyrinthine corridors, sharing captivating stories of the Mewar rulers and the history that echoes through these opulent walls. Journey Through Time at Jagdish Temple: Next, we will immerse ourselves in spiritual bliss at the historic Jagdish Temple. As we wander through its exquisitely carved structure, you'll learn about its ancient origins and its significance in Udaipur's cultural tapestry. Enchanting Saheliyon Ki Bari: Step into the ethereal beauty of Saheliyon Ki Bari, the Garden of Maidens. This oasis of greenery boasts ornamental fountains, lotus pools, and marble pavilions that once delighted the royal ladies of Udaipur. Admire the symphony of nature and architecture as your guide reveals the fascinating stories behind this serene haven. Romance on the Shores of Lake Pichola: As the day unfolds, we'll take you to the serene shores of Lake Pichola. Board a boat to glide across its tranquil waters, surrounded by picturesque palaces and temples. Witness the romance of the setting sun casting its golden hues upon the City Palace and Jag Mandir, creating an ethereal ambiance. Delight in the Marvelous Fateh Sagar Lake: Continuing our exploration, we'll visit Fateh Sagar Lake, another jewel in Udaipur's crown. Enjoy the scenic views and serene atmosphere as we walk along the shores and learn about the lake's engineering marvels. Capture breathtaking panoramas of the Aravalli Mountains and the surrounding beauty. Personalized and Informative Guided Experience: Throughout the tour, your expert local guide will provide historical context, cultural insights, and insider tips, ensuring an immersive experience that caters to your interests and preferences. Your comfort and enjoyment are our priority as we unveil the best of Udaipur. Create Lifelong Memories: From the moment you are picked up to the last sightseeing stop, Udaipur's timeless allure will captivate your heart. This enchanting blend of architectural splendor, cultural significance, and natural landscapes will leave you with cherished memories and a deep appreciation for the rich tapestry of India's royal history. Join us on this extraordinary private one-day tour of Udaipur, where history comes to life, and the spirit of royalty embraces you. Let us handle all the logistics while you soak in the beauty and charm of the "City of Lakes" with our expert local guide. Get ready for a day filled with wonder, beauty, and unforgettable experiences.

Non-Touristy Udaipur

10. Non-Touristy Udaipur

E-bike around the city’s largest lake promenade, Fateh Sagar and hang out with the coolest locals, discover city's most elite residential district, university, eateries and parks; this tour gets you up and close with the small, friendly town hidden behind the glittering glamour of Lake Pichola and City Palace. Our ‘Udaipur local’ immersion begins with an e-bike ride along the 6 km promenade of Lake Fateh Sagar. You'll encounter enchanting stone structures inviting you to halt and immortalize the scenic beauty with your camera. You'll also have the chance to see the impressive tower-tube structured world's highest-altitude solar observatory with cutting-edge telescopes capturing images of solar features like prominences, filaments, and flares on the Sun's surface. Enter Saheli Marg, Pedal under eucalyptus trees, stop at art galleries, take a look at modern stone sculptures by renowned local artist Bhupesh Kavadia. Next is Polo Ground, an elegant residential locality, and appreciate Rajasthani stone houses. Gain a glimpse into the lives of the remarkable individuals who reside in these exceptional residences. Towards the end, we take a short snack break at one of the most renowned local cafè and visit our last touchpoint Saheliyon Ki Bari. This beloved local hangout has 2000+ lilting fountains, a scalloped domed fountain perched at the center of a lotus pond, arched pavilions guarded by marble elephants, and manicured gardens.

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What people are saying about Udaipur

Our trip was excellent and well organized. Our guide ,Nitin, was knowledgeable and explained well about the history and monuments. He was patient in both explaining the history and taking the photos for memory. We really enjoyed sightseeing and would recommend this tour.

Very good guide City tour super interesting and well conducted The explanations in English and French allowed us to understand the history of jodhpur It was a very good day I highly recommend

The city palace is an amazing building and treasure trove. Our guide Vikram was witty and engaging as well as extremely knowledgeable. The tour included a boat tour of the lake.

The trip was well planned, the local organizer contacted us, we had agreed on trips and schedules, the car was good, the driver was polite, punctual. Seen a lot

Very good and flexible guide, adapts to the demands of the visitors, good driver as well, to recommend!