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02 Nights 03 Days Amazing Rajasthan Tour (RT-02-03)

3 Days/2 Nights
Rate on Request Rajasthan Tours
Hotel Accommodation on DBL sharing basis
Daily Breakfast & Dinner
All Sightseeing and transfers by Air-Conditioned Vehicle
Driver Allowance, Fuel, Parking Charges, Toll Taxes and Interstate Taxes
Child below 5 years is complimentary (without extra bed)
Meals & drinks other than specified in inclusions.
Expenses of personal nature such as portages, tickets
All entrances, camera fees, guide & driver tipping
Insurance Cover.
Any air/train/bus fare.
Tour Program
  • Day 1

    Jaipur Arrival

    After your arrival in Jaipur, the representative of Rajasthan Tours will greet you at the airport or station and further assist you to the hotel. Soon after you Sightseeing -  Birla Temple, Albert Hall Than Museum , Famous of Nearby Food Corner Masala Chowkh , Than  reach the hotel, you will complete the check-in process and later after Fresh Up And go out to  Local Market – Than  Amber Fort ( Start Show Evening 7.30 PM) and Back to Hotel Overnight Stay at Jaipur .  
  • Day 2

    Jaipur Sightseeing

    After breakfast you are free to enjoy full day sightseeing of Jaipur visiting City Palace, Jantar Mantra, Jal Mahal, Amber Fort,  & Jaigarh Fort, then drive to Hotel and overnight stay at Jaipur hotel.
  • Day 3

    Jaipur to Ajmer –Pushkar (180 Km’s 02:40 Hrs Journey)

    After morning breakfast Check out form Hotel And processed to the next destination Ajmer-Pushkar. Ajmer Visit- Dargah , Dhai Din Ka Jhopda and  Pushkar Lake & Brahma Temple Visit than Back to Jaipur Night  Dinner And departure Railway Station.


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