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Pushkar Fair Tour,Rajasthan
6 Nights / 7 Days

Pushkar Fair Tour

Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Pushkar – Delhi

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This well-crafted 7 Days Pushkar Fair tour package offers an exciting opportunity to marvel at India's history, traditions, and vibrant culture. By choosing this Pushkar Fair tour package, you will experience exotic holidays in Delhi, Agra, Pushkar, and Jaipur. A tastefully crafted itinerary takes you to the famous cities and the essential corners of the golden triangle circuit. Apart from it, you will soak in the divine aura of a sacred town famous for its Pushkar Camel Fair. Throughout the tour, you will explore the popular attractions and cherish a unique and relaxing holiday experience.

Note: It is a suggested itinerary that showcases what could be possible during this trip of 7 days. Feel free to modify the tour as per your traveling preferences and style. 

Trip Highlights
  • Delhi sightseeing tour
  • Agra city tour
  • Explore attractions of Jaipur
  • Soak-in the spiritual aura of Pushkar
Itinerary Details
Day 01: Arrival in Delhi

Upon arrival at the Delhi airport, receive a warm welcome from our tour representative, who will help you with a guided transfer to the pre-decided hotel. After reaching, complete the check-in formalities and enjoy the rest of the day leisurely. Then, you can stroll the nearby places from your hotel on your own. Finally, enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 02: Delhi - Agra (243 km/ 4hr, 10 min-approx.)

Savor a hearty breakfast and get ready for the Delhi sightseeing tour. First, explore the ancient monuments such as Jama Masjid, which is reckoned as the largest mosque in Asia, and Red Fort, a historic fort made up of red sandstone. Post this, visit the Gandhi memorial and India Gate, a war memorial of martyrs who lost their lives during the First World War.

Next, drive past the Parliament House – the circular colonnaded building with many committee rooms, ministerial offices, and an excellent library. Your next stopover will be at the Humayun's Tomb, a majestic memorial built in memory of Emperor Humayun. Satiate your hunger with delicious lunch and hit the road to Agra. After approximately 4 hours, reach the hotel and complete the check-in formalities. An overnight stay is planned at the hotel.

Day 03: Agra – Jaipur

Start the day with a hearty breakfast and head towards the iconic Taj Mahal. Later, visit the Agra Fort, a vast 16th-century fortress and another UNESCO World Heritage Site in the city. After exploring these famous attractions, you will savor a delicious lunch. A drive follows this to Jaipur, the Pink City. There will be a halt en route at the Fatehpur Sikri. You will explore significant city highlights, including Salim Chishti's Tomb, Jama Masjid, Panch Mahal, etc. Once done with exploring the town, resume your drive towards Jaipur. Arrive and check in at the hotel.

Enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 04: Jaipur Sightseeing

In the morning, relish a delicious breakfast. Post this, and get ready for a joy ride on the elephant at the Amer Fort. Perched on a high hill, the fort is a scenic marvel. While returning, admire the awe-inspiring sight of the Jal Mahal, a mesmerizing palace situated amidst the Man Sagar Lake.

Next, you will visit City Palace, which consists of the Mubarak Mahal, Chandra Mahal, and other courtyards and towers. Jantar Mantar is another highlight of the city. The Royal Observatory is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and consists of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments. Finally, drive past the Hawa Mahal, the palace of winds painted in pink. Return to your hotel after lunch. Spend the rest of the day doing leisurely activities. An overnight stay is scheduled in the hotel.

Day 05: Jaipur – Pushkar(145km/3 hr-approx.)

Day 5 of the Golden Triangle with Pushkar Tour begins with a delectable breakfast. Subsequently, enjoy a road trip to Pushkar, which is approximately 145 km away from Jaipur. Upon arrival at Pushkar, you will be transferred to the pre-decided hotel. Then, enjoy a mouth-watering lunch and enjoy the rest of the day leisurely. Finally, reach the hotel for an overnight stay and a delicious dinner.

Day 06: Pushkar

After having your breakfast, you will visit the must-visit attractions in Pushkar. First, you will start sightseeing by visiting Pushkar Lake's famous attraction. Next, you will move forward to Brahma Temple – the Jagatpita Brahma Mandir is one of the few temples of Lord Brahma. In addition, you will visit various other ghats and temples. If time permits, you can pay a visit to Meera Bai Temple, one of the prime tourist attractions. Enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 07: Pushkar – Delhi (415km/8 hr-approx.)

This is the last day of this Pushkar Fair tour. After breakfast, ride towards Delhi, about an 8 hours drive from Pushkar. Upon reaching Delhi, have your dinner at the City Restaurant, and from there, you will be transferred to the Airport to catch your flight for your onward destination.


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Faq about Pushkar Fair Tour

Q: What are the top things to do during 7 days Pushkar Fair Tour Itinerary?

Ans:On tour, you will get to, of course, soak-in the spiritual aura of Pushkar, enjoy the street food of Delhi, dip in the Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, one of the few temples of Lord Brahma, and explore various attractions of Jaipur.

Q: Which thing is famous in Pushkar?

Ans:Pushkar is famous for the Brahma Temple. It is one of the few temples in the world that are dedicated to Lord Brahma.

Q: What is the famous food of Pushkar?

Ans: Pushkar is known for its rabdi malpuas. It is made with thickened milk or rabdi and mawa, which are adequately sweet and mildly crunchy.

Q: What happens in Pushkar Camel Fair?

Ans: It is one of India's most highly-rated travel experiences, a spectacle on an epic scale, attracting thousands of camels, horses, and cattle and visited by over 400,000 people over a period of around fourteen days.