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3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

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3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

We will be spending 3 nights in Jodpur in July and would like some feedback on what we have planned so far. No idea about distances and how long to allocate to various places

day 1: driving from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur

stoping at Osian to see the temples

stoping at Mandore garden

afternoon / late afternoon in Jodhpur - any suggestions?

day 2:

Mehrangarh Fort + Jaswant Thada in the morning

lunch: any suggestions?

Umaid Bahwan museum in the afternoon

day 3:

morning jeep safari

Clock tower and market nearby in afternoon

Suggestions for places to eat would also be good as well as ideas for evenings

Finally, would it be worth it doing an evening camel safari for a couple of hours to see the sun set, no overnight stay. Is July a good time for such thing?


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1. Re: 3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

hi i will suggest you

day 01 : jaisalmer to jodhpur enroute visit pokhran fort and lunch at manvar , and check in hotel at jodhpur + evening visit clock tower that we call heritage walk and dinner at old city in hotel pal haveli good res truant at roof top with good view .

Day 02 : Morning visit mehran garh ,jaswant thada and umaid bhawan palace and evening drive to osian visit temple and enjoy camel ride with dinner ,drive back to jodhpur

Day 03 : Early morning drive to for jeep safari in country side near by jodhpur and evening vist mandore garden

(note if you wannna you can add farm tour near jodhpur )

thanks kp singh nimbera

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2. Re: 3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

The restaurant name is panorama 360.view ,good food and good views . you can also try one of the evening at on the rocks .

better plan one night out near Jodhpur .

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3. Re: 3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

well known restaurants already recommended by friends Really Wirth to TRY. But less known restaurants :-

During the visit of fort mehrangarh you can taste thali (vegetarian dishes) at cafe mehran in Side the fort

Düring the visit of mandore garden you can try dinner at Mandore guest house. These are two less known place and serving authentic food at very Nominal rates.

Have a great time in jodhpur.

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4. Re: 3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

I would like to add-

Gypsy restaurant at Sardarpura Jodhpur for very special Thali at 1st floor dining hall- tripadvisor.in/Restaurant_Review-g297668-d18…

Shri Mishri Lal hotel 'Lassi shop' makes very special safron lassi(made with curd/yogurt)- tripadvisor.in/Restaurant_Review-g297668-d11…



Edited: 17 May 2012, 17:33
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5. Re: 3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

I would like to recommended-

lunch....Jhankar...choti haveli restaurant in the old cityhttp://www.tripadvisor.in/Restaurant_Review-g297668-d1636349-Reviews-JHANKAR_Choti_haveli-Jodhpur_Rajasthan.html

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6. Re: 3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback


You can do camel safari at Osian ; it is 01 hour journey from Jodhpur


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7. Re: 3 nights in Jodhpur itinerary feedback

hi!! sankookai,

As other members has already suggested about the lunch and dinning option.

i would like to suggest you that if you are not doing the camel safari in jaisalmer,then you can enjoy that in osian and also the candle light dinner on the dunes. it will be nice experience.....


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