Showcasing various shades of blue, Jodhpur is one of the best places to visit in India. The royal city of Rajasthan is fondly called ‘Blue city’. Jodhpur tours offer exciting opportunities to explore numerous palaces, forts and havelis that add to the charm of the city. Commended as one of the largest cities in Rajasthan, days fall short in the royal pleasures. Also, the city is known as the ‘gateway to the Thar’ as it lies of the edge of the golden desert. For a tryst with history as well as delights of the desert, Jodhpur Tour Packages by Indian Holiday offers memorable holidays.
Jodhpur Tour Packages
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Flowing out of the walls, the city has become one of the popular tourist spots in Rajasthan which is cherished by architecture lovers. Embracing the numerous palaces, forts, and havelis, even the lanes of the city ooze out a different vibe, something that can be cherished in Jodhpur tour only. Besides, the lakes, gardens, and mausoleums also pull in travelers who like less crowded places.
Choose your favorite Jodhpur tour packages and enjoy wonderful family holidays in this beautiful ‘Blue City’. A myriad of attractions like towering Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Moti Mahal, etc. adorns the city. The Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens and Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park are some other highlights of the Jodhpur that render the visitors in a state of awe. While the charms are many, one of the must visit places in Jodhpur is the Bishnoi Village. Embark on safari and here you can witness the authentic bliss of Rajasthan, its culture and other charms.
Book any of Jodhpur Tour packages and get ready for a superb experience. Savor delicious Jodhpuri food. Shop for traditional women footwear called ‘Jodhpuri Mojari’. Partake in popular festivals celebrated in Jodhpur like Gangaur, Teej, Rajasthan International Folk Festival and many more. A trip to Jodhpur is replete with many delightful moments to be cherished forever.
Make the charm of the exploring the royal city all the more amazing with stay at the wonderful heritage hotels of Jodhpur. While the options are abundant, few match to the thrill of staying at the Umaid Bhavan Place, the newest royal palace in India. Also, it has the reputation of hosting some of the grandest royal weddings in India.
A trip to Jodhpur is replete with many delightful moments to be cherished forever. So, come and make unforgettable memories.
FAQs about Jodhpur Tours
Ques: Is Jodhpur open for tourist now?
Ans:After tourists began teeming in Jodhpur again, the State Government of Rajasthan has set some new travel guidelines. To combat infection while traveling in COVID – 19 period, intra-state tourists need to be screened at check posts, set up at interstate borders. They have to show personal IDs for identification as well. Wearing face masks at all times, carrying sanitizers and using the same frequently, and maintaining social distancing need to be strictly followed. Similarly, thermal screening, wearing masks, using sanitizers, and maintaining social distancing at tourist places have to be followed. Bookings have to be made only online in accordance to the timings of the respective places.
Ques: Where is Jodhpur situated?
Ans: Jodhpur is one of the popular cities of Rajasthan which is located in the Thar Desert. It is located in the central part of the state and also known as the desert capital of Rajasthan.
Ques: What is the best time to visit Jodhpur?
Ans: The best time to visit Jodhpur is from October to March.
Ques: What are the most popular tourist places in Jodhpur?
Ans: Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination, dotted with many palaces, forts, temples, historical sites, and magnificent landscapes. It is home to several popular tourists places and among them, the most important places to visit Jodhpur are:
Mehrangarh Fort : It’s located in the 410 feet atop of hill and guarded by walls, one of the largest forts in the country. There is a museum in this fort known for it’s carved Panels, Decorated Windows, Walls of Sheesh mahal, Phool mahal and Moti Mahal.
Jaswant Thada: The milky white memorial was built in memory of Jaswant Singh, a tribute to Jaswant Singh who ruled Jodhpur, attracts many tourists. It’s managed by Mehrangarh Museum Trust.
Umaid Bhawan Palace: Umaid Bhawan Palace is the largest private residence in the World. It is one of the World’s best hotels located in the Desert Capital Jodhpur. Staying there as a guest can give you a feel of living like a King. It is named after the Maharaja of Jodhpur, Raja Umaid Singh.
Phool Mahal: This luxury lavish flower looked hall is located in Mehrangarh fort , it’s served as the pleasure dome of the maharajas.
Sheesh Mahal: It is located in the Mehrangarh Fort and famed as the Glass palace of Jodhpur for its entangled glasswork. It also known as bedchamber of Maharaja Ajit Singh.
Monument entry timings - Generally form 9Am – 5 Pm
Ques: What other surrounding cities/places can be combined with the Jodhpur tour?
Ans: Jodhpur is a magnificent tourist destination which is being surrounded by several other famous places. You can add some of the cities/places with Jodhpur tour as well such as:
Ques: How to Reach Jodhpur?
Ans: Jodhpur is very well connected by train, Air and Bus:
By Air: Jodhpur is connected by air from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad etc.
By Road: Jodhpur is well connected by bus from neighboring cities /states of Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Bikaner, Delhi, Ahmedabad etc.
By Train: Jodhpur station is the main rail head to the city. There are direct trains to Jodhpur from major cities in India.
Ques: What kind of clothing advisable in Jodhpur?
Ans: Being a culture city, try to wear decent dress when you are in Jodhpur. Although there is no restriction in dresses.
Ques: What variety of cuisines available in Jodhpur?
Ans: The must try dishes in Jodhpur are Dal Baati Chorma , Laal Maas, Masala lassi, Onion Kachuri, Mawa Kachuri, Gulab Jamun ki Sabzi etc.
Ques: What are the best things to buy in Jodhpur?
Ans: As souvenir or to gift someone you must take the followings items:
- Bhandani/Bandhej dresses, skirts, Scarves, Dupattas and Men’s Kurtas.
- Mojris , Typical Rajasthani Shoes
- Pichwai Paintings
- Hand Crafted Bangles
- Traditional jewelries
- Classic Antiques
Ques: What are the most popular festival in Jodhpur as well as Rajasthan?
Ans: The main celebrated festivals are as follows:
Gangaur - It is celebrated by married women for their husbands’ long life and successful married life. Goddess Parvati is worshiped, Ladies wear new clothes, ornaments, put Mehendi on their hands. Unmarried woman also celebrates this festival to get good husband.
Camel Fair, Pushkar – It take place in the month of November, local and International guests attend this festival. This involve activities like Camel race, Camel Beauty contest, Puppet Shows, Camel Trading, Music and Dance, local cuisines etc.
Desert Festival, Jaisalmer- It happens in the month of February in Jaisalmer , shows the rich culture of Rajasthan showing folk dance , Puppet shows, acrobats, Snack charmers and it is celebrated for 03 days.
Diwali festival – It is one of the main festivals of Rajasthan, Goddess of Wealth Laxmi and Lord Ganesha are worshiped. People decorate their houses with Diya’s and lights. Sweets, gifts distributed to relatives, neighbors, and friends. Families celebrate this festival together and variety of dishes prepared on this day.
Holi festival – It is the festival of color, people hug each other, play with colors, water and Gulal on this day. One day before Holi there is Puja of Holi ka Dahan and Sweet prepared (Gujia).
Ques: How many days required for Jodhpur visit?
Ans: 2nights/3 days are sufficient for Jodhpur visit.
Ques: What kind of Greetings used in Jodhpur?
Ans: “Khamma Ghani” is used for Greet anyone, it is like “HELLO”. Whenever meet someone fold your hands say “KHAMMA GHANI” and you will be replied / Greeted with “Ghani Ghani Khamma”.
Ques: What are weather conditions in Punjab?
Ans: Punjab experiences extreme hot and extreme cold conditions. The region prevails near the foothills of Himalayas receive heavy rainfall whereas the region lying at a distance from the hills receives less rainfall Punjab experiences three seasons namely:
- Punjab in Summer (April – June)
- Punjab in Monsoon (July – September)
- Punjab in Winter (October – March)