After two nights in Jaipur, we will travel on to Jodhpur. It is popularly called "the Blue City" as it looks completely blue from an aerial view because of its blue walls and houses. Jodhpur is primarily famous for its temples, lakes and snacks, with the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort being the main attraction.
After the visit to Ranakpur we will drive to Nathdwara, Nestled amidst the Aravalli Hills, the charming town of Nathdwara is literally translates to "The Gateway of the Lord'. It is situated in the heart of Rajasthan, on the banks of river Banas and is a pristine picturesque location. It is also a sacred Hindu site and is flocked by thousands of tourists every year. Nathdwara is also famous for "Pichwai Paintings" which are traditional Rajasthani style paintings and terracotta work. It is considered the hub of traditional handicrafts, arts and artefacts. We will visit local temples where we will have Darshan and puja.
After one night in Nathdwara, we will embark to Udaipur and take a boat ride on Lake Pichola. Lake Pichola is an artificial lake located in the heart of Udaipur, Rajasthan. The oldest and one of the largest lakes of the city, Lake Pichola observes lots of tourists because of its tranquillity and beauty. Flanked by lofty hills, heritage buildings and bathing ghats, it is a dream come true for peace and nature lovers.
Yoga Capital of the World, the celestial city of Rishikesh is a hermit’s
hermitage, a sage’s abode and an adventure lover’s hub. This lively city is
among the holiest places of Hindus. The tranquil and sometimes raging river of
Ganges flows in eternity in this holy city, providing nourishment and life to many
the earthly beings. In Rishikesh we will visit the Ashrams and enjoy days at the Ganga.