Johari Bazaar is one of the oldest jewelry malls in India built in 1727 by Sawai Jai Singh. Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal were also his contributions. The former one is a sundial that predicts time, whereas the latter was the place in Rajasthan where one can predict the time. Hawa Mahal is constructed in such a way that it allows women to watch street festivals without being seen. Chokhi Dhani is where you can eat food for heart’s content, and enjoy Rajasthani folk dance.
On this day you’ll visit Fatehpur and Shekhawati and closely enjoy the sight of beautiful havelis and wall paintings. Have lunch in Bikaner and proceed to a camel farm.
Junagarh Fort and Lalgarh Palaces are the attractions on the day three. Kichan is where you’ll find migratory cranes. Reach Jaisalmer and check-in at a hotel.
On your way from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur you might sight deer in the Bishnoi villages. The route passes via Pokhran, meaning, “the place of five mirages,” and is also India’s first nuclear testing location. You get a chance to admire two marvelous constructions Jaswant Thada and Umaid Bhavan. Spend this night in a Jodhpur hotel.
Your next destination is Mount Abu, the only hill station in the Aravalli Hill Ranges of Rajasthan. Strikingly contrasting compared to the hot locations covered till now in Rajasthan this place demands admiration. A visit to Nakki Lake gives a perfect end for the day.
On your journey from Mount Abu to Udaipur, visit Dilwara temples and capture exquisitely carved sculptures. Spend some time at Brahmakumari Ashram before getting a hotel accommodation for the day.
You have a big list of places to cover today like City Palace (Octopussy, Hollywood movie was shot here), Haldi Ghati (turmeric mountain pass), Lake Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, Saheliyon ki Bari (the garden of the maids), and Jag Mandir.
On the eight day, travel to Ajmer to see Dargah of Salmi Chishti (a famous Sufi Saint), and get to know about its background involving Mughal Emperor Akbar. Then visit the only Brahma Temple in the world located in Pushkar, and spend time at the Rose Farm here. Spend the night at a hotel in Jaipur.
Day nine is your last day of the Rajasthan Honeymoon Tour. Check out Jaivana, the largest cannon in Jaigarh Fort, measuring 6.15 m in length weighing 50 tons. Kanak Vrindavan garden is the last tourist spot of Rajasthan Honeymoon Tours package recreating the settings of Lord Krishna’s Maharaas with Gopikas. You’ll leave for New Delhi Airport/Railway Station/ Bus Station to take departure.