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Duration Price
Jaipur to Pushkar Luxury Weekend Tour2 days & 1 night
INR 11,500
Jaipur Udaipur | FREE Amer Fort Ticket6 days & 5 nights
INR 20,830
3 Days Luxury Pushkar Tour from Jaipur3 days & 2 nights
INR 19,000
Tri City Rajasthan Tour Jaipur Jodhpur Udaipur9 days & 8 nights
INR 27,730
Royal Rajasthan | FREE Photoshoot12 days & 11 nights
INR 37,125
All-in-One Rajasthan Vacation | FREE Ana Sagar Lake Visit10 days & 9 nights
INR 31,099

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Explore the beautiful town of Pushkar with Thrillophilia's exclusive Pushkar tour package. It offers you a perfect blend of spirituality, culture, and serenity. Pushkar is a pilgrimage site known for its sacred lake, vibrant ghats, and the only Brahma temple in the world.

Begin your journey by visiting the Pushkar Lake, a sacred site where devotees gather for a holy dip. The ghats surrounding the lake come alive with the resonating sounds of bells and chants during the evening Aarti.

Thrillophilia's Pushkar holiday packages take you to visit the iconic Brahma Temple, dedicated to Lord Brahma. You can marvel at its architectural beauty, and soak in the divine atmosphere that surrounds this sacred place. The package also includes a visit to the Savitri Temple, perched on a hill, offering scenic views of Pushkar.

As part of the package, you can enjoy a camel safari, travel through the golden dunes and witness the sunset over the vast desert. Take a stroll through the streets with colourful stalls that offer everything from traditional Rajasthani handicrafts to exotic spices.

Thrillophilia's exclusive Pushkar package ensures a seamless and memorable experience. With expert guides, comfortable accommodations, and well-planned itineraries, you can engage yourself in the rich cultural heritage of this unique destination.

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Best Time to Go For Pushkar Tour

Visitors consider Pushkar a year-round destination and know it for its sacred lake and vibrant ghats. A must-visit destination for travelers all around the world.

1) Peak Season: Experience the best of Pushkar during its peak season from October to March. Enjoy the cool and pleasant daytime weather, and chilly nights. This makes for an ideal atmosphere for day-long safaris, sightseeing, and exploring the town's renowned temples. Engage in adventure activities such as hot air ballooning, camel safaris, and hiking in the nearby Aravalli hills.

2) Shoulder Season: During the shoulder season from April to June, anticipate sporadic rainfall to create a serene ambience. This time is good because there are fewer people, so you can enjoy popular places in a calm and personal way. Go to holy temples like Brahma and Savitri, and have fun at the famous camel fair in Pushkar.

3) Waning Season: During the waning season from July to September, the weather can get dry and hot. This time is good for people who like less crowded places, so they can have a more personal and calm experience. Explore the famous Pushkar bazaar, which offers various handicraft items, and enjoy temple hopping during this season.

How to Reach Pushkar

By Air: The closest airport to Pushkar is Jaipur Airport, which is about 130 km away and takes around 3-5 hours to reach. This airport has well-established connections to major Indian cities and international destinations, facilitating convenient air travel to Pushkar. Upon arrival at the airport, travellers can opt for taxis or buses to reach the destination.

By Road: Pushkar possesses robust road connectivity, linking it to various cities in Rajasthan and neighbouring states. Buses and taxis travel to and from Pushkar, offering various types like sleepers, AC, and regular ones, for comfortable transportation.

Popular road routes to Pushkar are Jaipur (143 km), Jodhpur (186 km), and Delhi (400 km).

By Rail: If you choose to travel by train, the closest railway station to Pushkar is Ajmer Junction, about 11 km away. Ajmer Junction serves as a well-connected railway hub, linking major cities in Rajasthan and across India. Trains like Pink City Express and Shatabdi Express make it easy for travelers to reach Ajmer conveniently and easily.

Places to Visit on the Pushkar Tour:

Here are the best places to visit in Pushkar:

1. Varaha Temple: Varaha Temple boasts as one of the largest temples you can find in Pushkar. It is dedicated to an avatar of Lord Vishnu, the Varaha. In this incarnation, Lord Vishnu is depicted as a creature, who has the body of a man and the head of a boar. The religious and historical fables surrounding the temple enhance its popularity.

The beautiful temple was built in the 12th century. But, the wrath of the violent Mughal king, Aurangzeb led to its major destruction. However, during the rule of Raja Sawai Jai Singh II, the prestigious temple was again restored.

Location: Main Market, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

Timing: 5:00 am to 1:30 pm.

2. Pushkar Lake: Weaved with tales of mythology, Pushkar Lake is one of the most popular places in the Pushkar tour packages. It is near the Brahma temple and is surrounded by more than fifty ghats. Devotees visit the lake in search of religious redemption.

According to mythology, Savitri and Lord Brahma conducted a ceremony and offered prayers here. The pilgrims believe that bathing in this pious lake can bring Moksha. It is also the place where the Pushkar Fair is organized. Numerous people visit the fair and contribute to making it a grand affair. The area surrounding the lake is a natural delight.

Location: Pushkar, Rajasthan.

3. Gurudwara Sahib Pushkar: The Gurudwara Sahib Pushkar is one of the most religious places for Sikhs. The serene atmosphere surrounding the premises will calm your soul. Inner peace and enigmatic visuals of the encompassing nature can be found here. According to folklore, Guru Nanak Dev and Guru Gobind Singh rested here before continuing on their journey.

The architecture of the Gurudwara is impressive and will leave you stunned. The main attraction is perhaps the copy of the religious scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib. When you are here, you can also visit the famous Gobind Ghat. In this ghat, Guru Gobind Singh stayed for some time.

Location: Opposite Indian Overseas Bank, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

4. Merta: The city of Merta has existed for the last 400 years. In the bygone era, the city went by the name of Mednatak. The glorious city is mainly famous for being the birthplace of Meera Bai. She was a Krishna devotee who dedicated her life to writing poems and other literary articles.

In this city, you will find several attractions like Meera Temple, Charbhuja Temple, and the Dadhimati Temple included in the Pushkar tour packages. Moreover, you can also glimpse the life of Meera Bai by visiting the Meera Smarak. It is a museum built in her homage.

Location: NH 89, Merta, Rajasthan.

5. Man Mahal: Located along the Sarovar Lake, the architectural beauty of Man Mahal will leave you stunned. The Mahal was constructed for Raja Man Singh I, the then Raja of Amber. He visited this royal residence as a place of retreat. Now, Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation manages the magnificent Mahal and is open to the public.

The architecture of the Man Mahal reflects the traditional Rajasthani style. However, you can get small glimpses of the Mughal influence weaved in it. You can book accommodation here and enjoy the traditional aspects of Rajasthan by taking part in several activities that are arranged by the hotel, including boat excursions, camel ride, etc.

Location: Near Pushkar Lake, Pushkar.

6. Gau Ghat: Gau Ghat is among the 52 ghats that surround the Pushkar Lake. It is a must-visit in the Pushkar tour. The serenity of the ghat and the religious devotion of the pilgrims will leave you awestruck. The Ghat is mainly famous for performing the religious ritual of Pind Daan.

Moreover, the ghat has gained immense popularity for another reason. It is here where the ashes of Jawahar Lal Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, and Lal Bahadur Shastri were spread.

Location: Main Market Road, Badi Basti, Pushkar, Rajasthan.

7. Kishangarh: The renowned municipality of Kishangarh is situated close to Pushkar. The place is known for its marble mines and stunning forts, and witnessing them will leave you mesmerized. When you go to the marble mines for a visit, you will be surprised by the process that is involved. It will intrigue you about the marble slabs that you have at home.

After that, you can arrange a visit to the Phool Mahal and the Roopangarh Fort. These places have great historical significance and depict the tradition and culture of the area. The picturesque beauty and rich cultural ties will entice you to visit this place again and again.

Location: On the outskirts of Pushkar.

Things to Do on Pushkar Tour

Explore the popular things to do in Pushkar:

1. Engage in the Camel Safari: To have the authentic desert experience, you must opt for a camel safari in Pushkar. It is included in the Pushkar tour. The delight of witnessing the Rajasthani culture from atop the camel is simply unparalleled. It is also the perfect way to explore the sand dunes. Moreover, you can also capture the mesmerizing beauty of the Aravali range.

On your camel safari, you will come across local villages. Moreover, if you opt for the evening safaris, you can admire the magnificent sunset amidst the golden sand.

Location: Pushkar (the particular location is mentioned by the provider).

Price: Starts from 400 INR.

2. Participate in the Pushkar International Balloon Festival: The thrill of riding a hot air balloon amidst the panoramic beauty of Pushkar is amazing. You can enjoy the glorious natural beauty from the air. The Pushkar International Balloon Festival has gained widespread popularity since it started in 2010.

Once you witness numerous hot air balloons floating simultaneously, you will be in awe of it. If you stay for a long time, you can even enjoy a fusion concert. It is organized in the Pushkar Mela Grounds.

Location: 11 km North West of Ajmer.

Timing: You can get on the hot air balloons at 5 am and 4:30 pm.

Price: 12,000 INR per person.

3. Explore with the Jeep Safari: If you are eager to have an adventure on the Pushkar tour packages, you must definitely try the jeep safari. The thrill you get from exploring the rugged terrains of the desert landscape will leave your heart beating faster. Moreover, you can also interact with the Kalbelia tribe and witness the traditional villages.

Also, the adventure of dune bashing will give you the adrenaline rush that you were looking for. You can also get the opportunity to watch sunset amongst the dunes.

Location: Pushkar (the particular location is mentioned by the provider).

Price: Starts from 720 INR.

4. Go on a hike to Ratnagiri Hill: Ratnagiri Hill offers a moderate hiking experience. It is a 1.5 km trail and takes approximately two hours to reach the pinnacle. From here, you can see the Savitri Devi Temple. The temple is dedicated to Savitri Devi, who was the wife of creator Lord Brahma.

The view surrounding the hilltop will take your breath away. You can go hiking in teams or solo. The greenery, tranquil atmosphere, and the elegance of nature will soothe your soul.

Location: Pushkar, Rajasthan.

Timing: Sunrise to sunset.

5. Opt for the thrilling cable ride to Savitri Temple: If you are ready for an adrenaline rush, then you cannot miss the cable ride in the Pushkar tour packages.

The endpoint is the Savitri Devi Temple, and you will witness the grandeur of the Ratnagiri Hills on the way. The aerial view of the surrounding nature is simply magnificent. It is the best alternative if you cannot take a hike to the Ratnagiri Hills. You can also get a glorious view of the city from atop.

Location: 3 km from the city bus stand.

Timing: 7:30 am to 8 pm.

Price: 80 INR per person.

6. Get mesmerized on seeing a Kalbelia Dance: Previously snake-charmers, the Kalbelia tribe, is one of the liveliest nomadic tribes in Rajasthan. They perform the sensuous Kalbelia dance. The particular dance form depicts the movements of a snake.

The women are incredibly talented and look gorgeous in the black traditional attire. The music and the beats will definitely force you to sway as well. You can even book these dancers for a performance in the sand dunes.

Location: According to your preference.

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Pushkar Tour faqs

How much does the Pushkar tour package cost?

Thrillophilia offers a range of packages to suit different budgets. The price range typically varied between INR 3,000 to INR 30,000, depending upon the kind of trip. The cost of the Pushkar tour package changes depending on how long you stay, where you stay, and what's included. You can find options that cater to both luxury and budget travellers, making it an extremely popular travel destination. 

What is Pushkar famous for?

Pushkar is famous for Pushkar Fair or Pushkar Camel Fair or Pushkar Mela. There is a friendly rivalry amidst participants competing against Matka Phod and the longest mustache competitions.

There is also the Pushkar Lake described as the Tirtha Raj, the confluence of various ghats.The Brahma Temple and Varaha Temple attract Hindu devotees from all across India to seek blessings of Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu.

How many days are enough for Pushkar?

The ideal duration for a Pushkar tour depends on your travel preferences and the experiences you wish to have. A 1-2 day visit lets you see the main sights like Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, and local markets. 

Staying for 3 or more days gives you more time to relax and explore further. This allows for additional activities such as camel safaris and hikes. It also gives you the scope to attend various festivals and try out the authentic cuisine there

How can I spend 2 days in Pushkar?

In 2 days, you can create a well-rounded itinerary to cover Pushkar's major highlights. Day one may include visits to the Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, and the vibrant local markets. Experience the mesmerising evening Aarti at the ghats and conclude your day by visiting an aesthetic cafe. 

On the second day, you can go on a camel ride to see the desert. Additionally, you can visit Savitri Temple to enjoy great views. Lastly, don't forget to try the delicious local food.

What all things should one carry for a trip to Pushkar?

ISince the climate in Pushkar is mostly hot, remember to carry sunglasses, sunscreen, or hats on your way to sightseeing.

Carry light and cotton clothing along with comfortable shoes/slippers. In order to pay respect to Hindu traditions, wear proper clothes when dipping in the ghats.

Where can I enjoy camel safari tours in Pushkar?

There are many local vendors who are willing to take you on a camel safari tour in exchange of some monetary cost, however you can also visit agencies to book a Camel safari tour on whichever date you prefer or can also do it online.

Which are the best temples to visit in Pushkar?

India is a land of Temples and Pushkar can be listed in one of the top Indian town with most number of temples especially one devoted to Lord Brahma takes most of the tourists. Some of the best temple to visit in Pushkar are:

- Brahma Temple
- Rangji Temple
- Merta, Pushkar
- Raghunath Temples
- Varaha Temple
- Mahadeva Temple
- Naga Pahar
- Pap Mochani Temple
- Savitri Temple

What are the best things to do in Pushkar at night?

1. Evening aarti at the Varah Ghat: Included in the Pushkar tour packages is the evening aarti at the Varah Ghat. While the sun sets, the sweet smell of incense, ringing bells, hymns, and the devotion of the people present makes the ambiance surreal.

2. Shopping in the markets of Pushkar: You can shop in the various markets of Pushkar like Sarafa Bazaar and Baza Bazaar. It is the perfect opportunity to buy souvenirs that reflect the ethnic culture of Pushkar.

3. Take a drive to Ajaypal Ji: The scenic route to the famous Ajaypal Ji temple is filled with dense greenery, sand dunes, and the remote villages of Rajasthan. You can rent a scooter or bike and opt for this thrilling journey.

4. Watch the sunset from the Pushkar Lake: The cool air and the reflection of the setting sun on the lake will mesmerize you. Sip some hot tea and admire the beauty of nature.

What are the famous festivals in Pushkar?

Teej: Teej is celebrated in the first week of August. The entire town of Pushkar is bustling with women dressed up in stark red clothes, temples decorated with lights, flowers, and bands playing music throughout the town.

Pushkar Fair: Pushkar Fair is a renowned festival with contests like camel race, camel dress-up competitions, and markets spread across a vast land serving the exotic Rajasthani cuisine. There are stalls selling clothes, jewelry, and ornaments at amazing prices.

Is there any public transportation available from Ajmer to Pushkar?

Yes, there are several cabs available on a shared basis, autos and buses that commute between Ajmer and Pushkar.

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