Day 1: Udaipur
Have your breakfast and then check out from the hotel. Start driving towards Udaipur. Udaipur is a beautiful city of Rajasthan. Udaipur, the City of Lakes is well-known as the historic capital of the Mewar Kingdom. The place takes every visitor through the Rajput era. On reaching Udaipur, check-in to the hotel. Afternoon excursion to Ekling ji & nagda temples. In the evening, you can go for a stroll around the place. Overnight at hotel.
Day 2: Udaipur
After breakfast leave for a sightseeing tour around Udaipur. You can begin with a visit to Saheliyon-Ki-Bari. Post that, you can visit attractions like Museum of folk art which is famous for its wide collection of puppets, folk dresses, dolls, ornaments, paintings and folk musical instruments. Later, you can visit the City Palace which is known to be the biggest palace complex in India. In the evening, enjoy a boat ride at Pichola Lake which is the star attraction of Udaipur. Overnight at hotel.
Day 3: Udaipur – Ranakpur (90 kms)
After breakfast drive to Ranakpur. On arrival transfer to hotel. Later visit Rana Kumbha(Rana Kumbha, the benevolent king granted Dharna Sha a businessman land to build the famed Jain temples in the city) The Jain temple (The Jain temple at Ranakpur is the city’s major tourist attraction. Built over 40000sq feet of land, the sprawling temple is known for its intricate carvings and architectural beauty.) Aravali (The mighty range of the Aravalis adds to the tourist attractions in Ranakpur. Against the lush green backdrop, the huge three-storeyed white edifice is a magnificent spectacle. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4: Ranakpur / Nathdawara (91kms) / Chittorgarh (107 kms)
After breakfast transfer to Chittorgarh En-route visit Nathdawar famous for Srinathji Temple and Dwarkadeesh. Arrive and check in hotel, Later on Visit fort of Chittogarh The fort of Chittor is regarded as one of the most outstanding forts of the country and is indeed the “Pride of Rajasthan State”. The formidable fort is perched atop a 180 meter high hillock covering a massive area of 700 acres and is a standing sentinel to the courage and valour of Chittorgarh. It is belived that the fort was build by the Mauryans in 7th century and further strucres were added to it by the successive Mewar rulers. Gaumukh Reservoir A deep tank filled by a spring coming from a ‘cow mouth’, situated at the edge of the cliff. It is considered to be sacred where you can feed the fishes. Rana Kumbha Palace The ruined edifice of great historical and architectural interest, being the most massive monument in the fort of Chittaur. Overnight at hotel.
Day 5: Chittorgarh Departure
After breakfast leave Chittorgarh for onward destination.
Note: We will use Ac Indigo for 02-03 heads and for 04 – 06 heads we will use Ac Innova.