Brace yourself for the most comprehensive travel guide to Pushkar. To this day, Pushkar remains one of my most treasured travel destinations in Rajasthan.
The residents' tranquil atmosphere and kind nature are what draw me back time and again; in fact, I've been there three times now. My first experience was at the holy festival of Pushkar Camel Fair, and my most recent visit was in August, during the monsoon's "offseason."
Even though it is known as a sacred "city," it is rather urban. This presents an amazing opportunity to experience village life and to meet some of the "genuine" people who live in Rajasthan.
Gipsy tribes, colorful saris, anklets, bangles, and turbans are also thrown in there. It is a rather tiny area, so you don't need an exact plan here; instead, you can go with the flow and discover the wonderful hospitality that Pushkar offers.Whatsapp now
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Welcome on arrival, transfer to hotel later after fresh-up visit Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar-Mantar, Amber Fort & Jalmahal evening visit Birla Temple and explore Jaipur market later back to hotel for overnight halt.
Jaipur – Ajmer - Pushkar
Today morning after breakfast & checkout drive to Ajmer visit Ajmer Dargah, Aana Sagar Lake &proceed to Pushkar, transfer to hotel later after fresh-up & lunch visit Pushkar Lake, Bhrama Temple & enjoy Camel card / Camel safari in Pushkar desert. Evening back to hotel for Dinner & night halt.
Drop – Jaipur
Today morning after breakfast & Checkout drive back to Jaipur visit Jhalana Leopard Safari & evening drop at Jaipur Airport / Railway Station.