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Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

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Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

We are planning for a family trip to Rajasthan in Dec , however not in a position to spend more than 5 nights , due to which we may not cover all the places but want to cover at least most popular destinations and at the same time it should not be rush too. is this a fair expectations :

Jaipur --> Ajmer (Night 1)--> Bikaner(Night 2 )--> Jaisalmer(Night 3 )--Jodhpur( Night 4) -->Mount Abu & UdaiPur(Night 5) --JaiPur

Or should i cut short/add/replace any place in this trip .

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1. Re: Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

You itinerary seems very good, you may add ranakpur, its a nice place to visit. Good luck

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2. Re: Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

It very hetic progm so I will suggest you in 5 nights you will only cover jaipur ,jodhpur and udaipur. I want to say max. 3 city which I suggest I best of rajasthan.

2nights in jaipur , 1night in jodhpur n 2nights in udaipur.

Day 1 - arrival + sightseeing

Day 2 - sightseeing + train to jodhpur

Day 3 - jodhpur sightseeing + osian camel ride n night in desert.

Day4 - jodhpur to udaipur via ranakpur n khumbhal garh

Day 5 - udaipur sightseeing

Thanks nimbera

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Yes as nimbera said its very hectic programme.

you can do like

Day 01 :- Arrival & Visit Jaipur ( its depend on arrival time when you are arrive at Jaipur )

Day 02 :- Jaipur to Jodhpur on the way visit Pushkar

Day 03 :- Morning visit Jodhpur & drive to Ranakpur

Day 04 :- Ranakpur to Udaipur via Kumbhalgarh

Day 05 :- Visit Udaipur & take train afternoon train or evening train to Jaipur.

if you are arriving in morning than you can do like :-

Day 01 :- Visit Jaipur & Take overnight train to Jaisalmer

Day 02 :- Visit Jaisalmer

Day 03 :- Jaisalmer to Jodhpur visit jodhpur night in Jodhpur

Day 04 :- Jodhpur to Udaipur via Ranakpur night in Udaipur

Day 05 :- Visit Udaipur & overnight train to Jaipur.

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4. Re: Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

i Think you should skip out Bikaner and Mount abu.

Start off from Jaipur---> Ajmer--> Jaisalmer--> Jodhpur---> Udaipur

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5. Re: Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

Trip looks enjoyable. Have a nice time in Rajasthan.

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6. Re: Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

Yes ,you should skip couple of city ,as its very very gone be busy ,you want be enjoying and you may miss some pints in every city .

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7. Re: Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

5 day will be too tiring for a family trip. Instead of going all places include only must see cities like Jaipur, Udaipu and Mount Abu. It will be comfortable.

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8. Re: Is this Fair iternary for Rajasthan

5 day perfect for 3 destination jaipur, udaipur n mt abu

02nights jaipur + 2nightsudaipur + 1night mt abu

Jaipur to udaipur enroute visit - pushkar

Udaipur to mtabu via ranankpur

Thanks nimbera

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