September 9, 2019 by optimatravels
International and domestic tourists to India love to take one of the Golden Triangle Tour India packages as they are complete packages that take them to the most popular Indian cities. The cities chosen are repositories of ancient art and architecture, historic sights and are a good blend between the past and the contemporary.
You can see this in Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Udaipur and in other tourist packages too. Of course, apart from this itinerary, you can also look at other Udaipur Tour Packages and put together all that you want to see. However, if you’ve decided to take a Golden Triangle with Udaipur Tour, let’s take a look at a typical itinerary:
Your tour begins when you arrive in Delhi. Here, you will be met at the airport or railway station and will be transferred to a hotel for an overnight stay. Next morning, after breakfast, take in the sights of old and New Delhi, such as Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, etc. Spend the night in Delhi and leave for Agra next day.
On reaching Agra, you will visit the world-famous monument, the Taj Mahal, and Agra Fort, Diwan-I-Am and Diwan-I-Khas. Spend the night in Agra and the next morning, drive down to Jaipur.
En route, stop at Fatehpur Sikhri, built entirely in red sandstone by Emperor Akbar. Reach Jaipur in the evening and spend the night at a hotel there. Next morning begins with a trip to Amber Fort and from there visit the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, etc.
Now, move on to visit Udaipur, the City of Lakes. En route, stop at the holy city of Pushkar. From there, arrive at Udaipur and transfer to a hotel; spend the night here.
Next morning brings a city tour of Udaipur. Here, you will visit the:
üJagdish Temple: dedicated to Lord Vishnu
üJag Mandir Palace: Nestled in Lake Pichchola, it has a manicured garden and several palaces
üNehru Island Park: Situated on an island with lush green gardens, it has an amazing view of the Fatehsagar Lake.
üLake Fatehsagar: This placid lake is in the north of Lake Pichchola. When in Udaipur, you must go boating on this lake.
üJet Fountain: The jet fountain at Nehru Park throws up water every now and then.
Day trips: You can also take day trips to these places:
üEklingji Temple: About 22 km out of Udaipur is the famous Eklingji Temple, with 108 big and small temples bearing statues in marble and bronze.
üNathdwara: Nathdwara lies 48 km north-east of Udaipur on the river Banas. It is famous for a 17th century temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple is famous for its collection of pichhwai' paintings and ivory articles.
üMonsoon Palace: Also called Sajjangarh Palace after the person for whom it was built, the Monsoon Palace was built with a dual purpose to observe the monsoon clouds hence the name. You can get a panoramic view of the city from here. It is 10 km from Udaipur.
Once you’ve seen all of this, you will be taken to the airport or railway station for your onward journey home.
A visit to Rajasthan isn’t complete without exploring the gems of Udaipur. If you agree, why not plan a trip to Udaipur either separately or factor it in with the rest of your holiday to Rajasthan? For instance, you can take Golden Triangle Tour 3 Days and add on Udaipur to it.
Whichever option you choose depends on the amount of time you have for a holiday. Still, if you need some advice on this, you could get in touch with Optimatravels, one of the most successful and seasoned travel agencies in Rajasthan.
By giving us your details and length of duration of stay here, the travel agency can come up with an itinerary which you can vet and decide on. Further, if you need a wheelchair for a member of your group or have some specific needs for a baby, let the agency know in advance.
Once you approve of the itinerary and prices, you can go ahead and make the payment. But don’t be too slow about it, as here too, the early bird gets hefty discounts. For more information, reach us at optimatravels.com today.