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Here the list of best things to do in Jodhpur with your family:
1. Visit Mehrangarh Fort
2. Camel Safari with Dinner, Jodhpur-flat 28% off
3. Bishnoi Village Safari, Jodhpur Flat 15% Off
4. City Walking Tour in Jodhpur Flat 18% Off
5. Visit Historic building Jaswant Thada
6. Explore Mandore Garden
7. Iconic Clock Tower
Here are some of the best camping sites in Jodhpur for family and friends starting from Rs 1999 only:
1. Camping in Jodhpur With Camel Safari @ Rs 1930
2. Camping in Jodhpur With Activites @ Rs 2500
3. Camping in Osian, Jodhpur @ Rs 2650
4. Bera Leopard Safari and Camping, Jodhpur @ Rs 2800
Here is the list of best Jodhpur tour packages starting @ Just Rs 1100 only:
1.Camel Safari In Thar Desert, Jodhpur
2. Sightseeing Tour In Jodhpur With Bishnoi Village Safari
3. Bishnoi Village Safari, Jodhpur
4. Full Day Village Safari And Bird Watching At Gudha Lake
5. Half Day Village Safari And Bird Watching At Gudha Lake
Here is the list of best resorts in Jodhpur , starting just at 1,700 INR:
1. Umaid Bhawan Palace - Starting @ 30,000 INR
2. Hari Mahal - Starting @ 2,700 INR
3. Marugarh Venture Resort - Starting @ 1,800 INR
4. Lariya Resort - Starting @ 1,700 INR
5. Bal Samand Lake Palace - Starting @ 2900 INR
There are three primary ways to visit Jodhpur:
By Air – Jodhpur Airport is located at 3.2 km from the main city. It is connected with all the major cities of India. Taxis from the airport cost around 300 bucks.
By Rail – The city is well-connected to the entire country via railways. The train journey from Delhi to Jodhpur is the best mode of transportation. If you are travelling from any other city, however, then air transport may be more comfortable.
By Road –You can drive to Jodhpur by car, if you are travelling from Delhi, Haryana, or other nearby states. Bus service is also available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate in Delhi to visit this beautiful city.
Jodhpur is one of those alluring cities that can be visited at any time of the year. However, if you must choose, then visit this old city between October and March.
Being a desert area, Jodhpur gets quite humid and dry during summers. So, it is advisable to make the most of your trip during the winter season. The temperature usually lies between 7-degree Celsius to 25-degree Celsius, which is quite pleasant for Jodhpur.
Even monsoon is a good time to visit the city. Jodhpur experiences rainfall between July and August, and the temperature is neither too hot nor too cold at this time of the year.
Three days are quite enough to visit the main tourist spots, forts, and bazaar of Jodhpur. When visiting this resplendent city, do not forget to get a glimpse of these places—Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Clock Tower, Jaswant Thada, Osian and Mandore Garden.
Areas closer to Clock Tower, Umaid Bhawan Palace and Mehrangarh Fort are the safest for the tourists. Some of the best places to stay in Jodhpur are:
- Vivanta by Taj
- Hotel Inn Season
- Mandore Guest House
- Bijolai Palace
- Fern Residency
Jodhpur has everything that a tourist seeks—traditional food, old-world charm, humble people, umpteen number of places to visit, rich history and culture, pleasant weather, and a safe environment—you name it and this city has it! There is no reason why one wouldn't want to visit it.
Jodhpur is one of the safest cities in India to travel and to stay. Even foreigners visit this place often and feel a sense of safety in this region. The people of Jodhpur are friendly, humble and helpful.
One must always be aware of his or her safety all the time, but in most cases, Jodhpur is a peaceful city.
From visiting traditional forts to eating culturally-rich food to camel rides and watching the moonlight shining on the waters of the pristine Kaylana Lake — Jodhpur has a variety of options for you to explore.
You can start your first day with some mouth-watering Pyaaz ki Kachori before stepping out. Then, you can visit historically-rich buildings of Jodhpur, such as Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, Balsamand Lake, Chamunda Maa temple, etc.
Do not forget to taste the blissful Makhaniya Lassi and Mave ki Kachori. For the next day, you can plan to roam in the Bazaar and try more traditional cuisines and hang around with the locals.
You can either drive your vehicle from Delhi to Jodhpur or book a cab for the journey. The approximate distance between the two cities is somewhere around 605 km via NH 48. There are also buses available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate as well as other bus stations in Delhi. One can fly from Delhi to Jodhpur too. The journey takes around 1 hour and 20 minutes. You can also book a train ticket from Delhi to Jodhpur. It takes about 12 hours to reach Jodhpur from Delhi via train.
Jodhpur is famous for quite a lot of things, but it is the town’s legendary status as the Blue City which makes it so popular. The name can be traced back to the houses near the centuries-old Mehrangarh Fort. It is said that in 1459, the founder of Jodhpur, Rao Jodha ordered the homes near the fort to be painted blue. Some people say that the colour was chosen because of its association with Brahmins. On the other hand, some others state that this may be because of the termite infestation which forced the locals to paint their walls indigo with copper sulphate to counteract the problem. However, there is no way to know for certain why the city is doused in this lovely colour. Perhaps this mystery is what makes Jodhpur so famous.
During nights, you can go to pubs and enjoy food and drinks. Local watering holes like Pulse The Bar, On the Rocks, and The Checkers Bar and Club are open till 11 pm. You can also explore a few restaurants in the city to enjoy some quality time with your friends and family. The famous Darikhana restaurant is open till midnight, whereas Jhankar and Indique close at 11 pm. Nightlife in Jodhpur is mesmerizing.
It is more than 500 years old, and the architecture of its forts and other buildings is simply mind-blowing. Besides the rich culture and vibrant artworks, the houses painted blue in the old parts of the city make it a curious attraction.
The best way to enjoy the unique view is to head up to the Mehrangarh Fort.
Looking over the flat roofs of these indigo coloured houses from a height of 125 meters, you will realise what is so special about this town - for not all cities may deserve their monikers, Jodhpur certainly lives up to the name.