50 Places to Visit in Jodhpur: Explore Blue City of Rajasthan
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Best Places to Visit in Jodhpur:


Mehrangarh Fort: It 
depicts the rich culture and heritage of Jodhpur
Umaid Bhavan Palace: One of the last constructed palaces in India, this palace is a mirror to the princely era of Jodhpur
Ghanta Ghar: It is one of the mighty landmark located just next to Sardar Market within the city premises
Jaswant Thada: It is a cenotaph or an empty commemorative tomb built in the honour of Maharaja Jaswant Singh
Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park: The artificially created park was constructed with an objective to preserve the rocky trails of Jodhpur around the fort
Bishnoi Village: Ideal place to experience Bishnoi culture and village is famous for scenic landscape and wild animals.
Mandore Gardens: Scenic, landscaped grounds featuring tomblike monuments, a temple, statues & the ruins of Mandore.
Kaylana Lake: It is an artificial lake, built by Pratap Singh in 1872
Toorji ka Jhalra: This architectural wonder was built by the queen-consort of Maharaja Abhaya Singh

For that perfect traditional touch of royalty and ethnicity, you can never miss out these places in Jodhpur. Jodhpur, the Sun City of India, is one among the many popular royal thrones situated in the Thar Desert Region of Rajasthan. Jodhpur city is a refreshing reflection of the princely era of Rajasthan and takes us back in time, till the 15th century. Located in the largest state of India, Jodhpur is the second-largest city in the state of Rajasthan.

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While you are in Jodhpur you can visit some of the places like Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Balsamand Lake, Ghanta Ghar and Kalyan Lake. The Sun City of India is decorated with palaces and princely destinations that enthral every tourist that visits this city.

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The charm of the pre-historic times of Jodhpur city is wonderfully embedded in the art, architecture, and infrastructure of this city. Jodhpur is a blissful experience to those tourists that love to experience the royalty and take a look back at the princely era of India. With a number of historic attraction and cultural heritage sites, the list of also accommodates innumerable temples and educational destinations. 

Famous Places to Visit in Jodhpur

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Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort

Undoubtedly, Mehrangarh Fort is the best tourist places in Jodhpur city, as it is the most explored one by the tourists that visit Jodhpur. It hence tops the list of places to see in Jodhpur. This royal abode, earlier was one of the most majestic palaces in this city and is now turned into a museum that depicts the rich culture and heritage of Jodhpur. It is one among the largest forts in the country and accommodates several mahals within it.

This mighty fort is considered to be a work of architectural brilliance and hence is the most visited place in Jodhpur. The intricacies of the fort and architectural splendour is enough to engage tourists that visit this fort. It is located on a hill top which is about 410 feet about the city and gives a majestic view of the Blue City as well. The fort is symbolic of the glorious princely era of Rajasthan and rich culture of Jodhpur city. This tourist destination, hence is one of the major attractions in the city of Jodhpur. 

Location: The Fort, Paota, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006

Timings: 9 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: Rs 60 per head

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Umaid Bhavan Palace

Umaid Bhavan Palace

Umaid Bhavan Palace is one of the last constructed places in India. It is hence also popular for it designs and architecture, which is of great attraction to the tourists of Jodhpur. Located within the city premises, this palace is a mirror to the princely era of Jodhpur. Currently, Umaid Bhavan Palace is divided into three areas, one of which is still owned by the royal family of Jodhpur city.

Among the other two, one is converted to a heritage hotel which is known for providing a rich royal experience to its visitors; the other is a museum that showcases the art pieces of the royal age. The palace and its surroundings are considered to be brilliantly constructed. Watching the details of this master piece is the best thing to do here. This place should hence definitely qualify to every tourist’s list of places to visit in Jodhpur

Location: Circuit House Rd, Cantt Area, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: Rs 15 per head

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Ghanta Ghar

Ghanta Ghar

Ghanta Ghar, also known as the clock tower is an important and most popular landmark in the Blue City or Sun City of India. Jodhpur places to visit cannot finish without ticking off this mighty landmark located just next to Sardar Market within the city premises. The tall colossal tower was built by Maharaja Sardar Singh during his rule between 1880 and 1911. This place then turned out to become the most popular landmark in the city. The close proximity to one of the famous markets in Jodhpur, adds to the tourist value of this place.

One can indulge in shopping and witnessing the charm of the city after sunset at this place. It is a great way to explore the regular life of people of Jodhpur. At night the Clock Tower is lit up with beautiful lights and looks even more amazing and enthrals tourists with its charm. Buying artefacts and local ethnic artistic things from the nearby Sardar Market and trying out the famous chat delicacies is the best thing to do at this spot. The splendour of this landmark surely makes it to the top of places to visit in Jodhpur’ list. 

Location: Nai Sarak, Ghantaghar Market, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: 10 am to 8 pm

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Bishnoi Village

Bishnoi Village

It is a small Village near the Jodhpur city of Rajasthan state known for its cultural activities. It’s truly a popular tourist spot where one can take the fun of Camel Trek, Desert Excursion, Cane spotting, Village walk and much more. Art and Handicraft with other artistic activities is the main reason why one should pay a visit to this wonderful destination.

Excellent Safari tours and other private tours are few of the key reasons which attract several visitors here. Amidst the environment of typical village lifestyle, you can live in luxury accommodation and experience some unforgettable moment of the lifetime. A nature lover who loves to explore various aspects of natural beauty will come across some finest glimpse of a remarkable cultural life of Marwar- the real community of Rajasthan. There is no reason for a tourist who visits this part of the world to skip a tour to such wonderful rich and cultural heritage of India. 

Location: 1st old public park near K.n Hall GIRLS College, Raikabagh, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: 9 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Jaswant Thada

Jaswant Thada

Considered to be one among the many brilliant architectural landmarks in the city of Jodhpur, Jaswant Thada is located next to the mighty Mehrangarh Fort. The location of Jaswant Thada itself is a well-equipped tourist spot as it gives a bigger and better picture of the mighty Mehrangarh fort. Among the many Jodhpur tourist places that are known for being artistic wonders, Jaswant Thada is one of its kind. It is a cenotaph or an empty commemorative tomb built in the honour of Maharaja Jaswant Singh.

This cenotaph was constructed in the year 1899 and is decorated with precious white marbles. The mahal consists of many other portraits of kings of Ranthore that add to the charm of this place. It is hence one of the best artistic marvels one can witness in the Blue city of our country. Rising above the great architecture and intricacies of construction, Jaswant Thada is embedded with beautiful outlook and picturesque view of the mighty majestic Mehrangarh Fort. This makes the place an easy and relaxing abode for visitors of Jodhpur to tick off.

Location: Lawaran, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: 9 am to 6 pm 

Entry Fee: Rs 15 per head

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The proximity of Jodhpur brings you close to Thar desert and here lies the camp in the oasis. This camp is located around 55 kms away from the city center and offers multiple amenities and activities to welcome their guests to let them enjoy a lavish stay. Golden sands are kissed by sun and stars while mesmerizing you with luxury and a gist of desert flavor.

About the activity:

- Welcome to the campsite at around 04 in the evening so you can enjoy a great welcome by the traditional people in a beautiful style with a non-alcoholic drink to refresh.
- Various activities are waiting right there for you post 4 PM and lead to camel safari by evening. After coming back, get ready for some bonfire and snacks with Kalbeliya dance performance. Dance along and enjoy the moment.
- Enjoy some traditional cuisine and get lazy in the comfortable Swiss tents having attached washrooms.
- Have yummy breakfast the next day and move back to your own den.

Minimum number of people required: 2

How To Reach?

The campsite is located 55 km from the city and you could reach the campsite by public transport or private transport. Its a 2-hour drive from the main city of Jodhpur.


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Half Day Village Safari and Bird Watching at Gudha Lake
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About the Activity:
  • Head out for an exploration of the beautiful villages in Jodhpur and also spot few of the rare species of birds in this tour.
  • Get picked up from your hotel and get ready for the adventure ahead.
  • Start your tour with a visit to the famous Salawas village which is famous as the Weavers village.
  • Next head to the Kakani village which is famed as a potters and block printers.
  • Then lastly visit the Gudha village where you can spot some of the species of birds.
  • Meet the Bishnoi families once you reach the village and there enjoy a talk with them.
  • Return back to Jodhpur after a thrilling day and cherish these memories forever.
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Kaylana Lake

Kaylana Lake
Kaylana Lake is yet another artificial lake located in the west of Jodhpur city. It is considered to be one of the most visited lake destinations in Rajasthan state. This lake is spread over a land of 84 sq. kilometres and is a picturesque tourist place in Jodhpur every tourist must explore. This lake is surrounded with lush greens and is home for some of the exotic species of birds. Birdwatching is one of the best activities one can engage in at this location.

Constructed by Pratap Singh during the princely era of Jodhpur, the surroundings of the lake is also known for being equipped with wild bears and other animals. It was also one of the hunting grounds for the royalty back then. This hence makes the place much more charming and exuberant and is definitely worth a visit while in Jodhpur city. This birdwatcher’s paradise is also popular for giving the best view of sunrise and sunset in the city and exploring them in amidst the charm of nature in Kaylana Lake is undoubtedly a blissful experience.

Location: Jaisalmer Road, Jodhpur

Timings: 8 am to 6 pm

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Tripolia Market

Tripolia Market
Tripolia Market in Jodhpur is the business sector offering grouped and exhibit of products from conventional antiques and wooden handiworks, batik sarees, high quality papers, metal things, metal furniture and souvenirs, marble statues and models, beautiful array and fabrics, silver gems, well known compositions of Rajasthani floor coverings.

You can shop here for local Handicrafts and Textiles. The stock is amazing, the shopkeepers are lively and always smiling and it is an ideal shopping hub with reasonable price tags.

Location: Tripolia Road, Jodhpur

Timings: 10 am to 10 pm

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Mandore Gardens

Mandore Gardens
Popular among the tourist spots in Jodhpur, Mandore Gardens is one of the best parks to visit to relax on any given day. Mandore has a history dated back to the times of 6th century, even before Jodhpur was established. It accommodates great traditional values and is a masterpiece of architecture in its own. A true and pure form of gate away that will take tourists back to the glorious princely era of Jodhpur city. Mandore Gardens host a museum, a ‘Hall of Heroes’ and a temple dedicated to the 33 crore Gods.

These depict the royalty that is embedded in the city and speak of the rich cultural heritage that is embedded in the roots of Jodhpur. The architecturally wonderful domes and structures constructed within the premises of Mandore Gardens are the biggest attraction to the tourists. This place all in all is the best abode to learn about the historical importance and get a glimpse of Jodhpur city. It hence qualifies to the list of best places to visit in Jodhpur.

Location: 
Mandore, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: 9 am to 10 pm

Entry Fee: Rs 50 per head
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Balsamand Lake

Balsamand Lake
Located within five kilometres from Jodhpur city, Balsamand Lake is situated on the Jodhpur- Mandore route. This destination is hence an easy reach to every tourist that visits Jodhpur city. Balsamand Lake was artificially constructed in 1159 AD by Balak Rao Parihar and since then is a great tourist attraction site in Jodhpur. This lake was earlier a water reservoir for the villagers of Mandore but now is transformed to an artificial lake.

It is surrounded with lush greenery that adds to the existing charm of the place. It is decorated with a charismatic royal pathway which enhances the natural beauty of the lake. A palace was then constructed next to the lake which was a summer getaway to the royalty back then. All these factors of little royal details that are carved in this location make is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Jodhpur city.

Location: Mandore Road, Jodhpur

Timings: 5:30 am to 6:30 pm

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park
Located at the foot of Mehrangharh Fort, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park was constructed in the year 2006. The artificially created park was constructed with an objective to preserve the rocky trails of Jodhpur around the fort. An additional effort was made to restore exotic plant species that belong to the Thar Desert area.

This park is spread over 200 acres and showcase some of the exquisite plant collections. It also adds to the beauty of the fort as it is decorated with lush greenery. This rock park is one among the exclusive creations in Jodhpur city and also is one of the most visited tourist places in Jodhpur. The charming terrains of the park make it one of the best place to visit near Jodhpur city. 

Location: Paota, Jodhpur

Timings: 7 am to 6:30 pm

Entry Fee: Rs 100 per head
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Chand Baori

Chand Baori

Built by King Chanda somewhere around the 9th Century, Chand Bawri is a stepwell built in the Abhaneri Village near by Jodhpur. It is amongst the largest stepwell of the world and also the most beautiful ones. This attraction is one the hidden secrets of India as it not an effortless place to locate. This makes is one of the popular places to visit in Jodhpur.

Built for the purpose of water harvesting, the stepwell is 64 feet deep with 13 floors, making it the largest and deepest of all in the country. The architectural pattern and beauty of the place is certainly something very interesting for a commoner. It is having a precise geometrical pattern which is not found in this era easily. The stairs enclose the water on three sides of the rectangular courtyard while the fourth side gloats of a pavilion having three stories with wonderful cut jharokhas, exhibitions upheld on columns and two anticipating galleries revering excellent sculptures.

Location: Fateh Pol Road, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: Rs 40 per head

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Rai Ka Bag Palace

Rai Ka Bag Palace
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Located in old Jodhpur city, Rai Ka Bag Palace is one of the most popular tourist spots in Jodhpur city. It is noted to be the best of ancient attraction in this city and hence attracts several tourists every year. Rai Ka Bag Palace was constructed in the year 1663 by one of the royal queens. The intricacies of the palace are an evidence to the great architectural abilities of ancient times. It is also believed that this palace was, the then king, Raja Jaswant Singh’s favourite spot and would spend maximum of his time in this palace.

The dome style architectures, marble finished rooms of this palace add to the existing beauty of the palace. Today this palace is used by the government of Rajasthan but yet is a great place to visit and take a look at the architectural skills of pre-historic days. Among the many Jodhpur Tourist places, this palace is also quite renowned for its architectural splendour.

Location: Rai Ka Bagh, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Toorji ka Jhalra

Toorji ka Jhalra

This famous ‘kund’ or stepwell is among the most well-known places to visit in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. It is built keeping the spirit of the royal architecture prevalent across the state of Rajasthan, the Land of the Rajput. This stepwell has a deep history and has been a celebrated spot for the festival of Gangaur, which is solely for women.

The stepwell was recently excavated and has since then been turned into a popular tourist spot which has been modernized with the establishments of cafes and small shops around it. It is one of the well preserved ancient structure that depicts the traditional system of water management in Jodhpur.

Location: Toorji ka Jhalra, Sutharo Ka Bass Road, Gulab Sagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Places to Eat in Jodhpur

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Trophy Bar

Trophy Bar
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This restaurant is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious places to see in Jodhpur. It is a sports-themed bar that offers you an extensive range of Rajasthani dishes. It is located in the Umaid Bhavan Palace and houses some beautiful artefacts from past Maharajas’ times.

This includes a massive 6 ft. long elephant tusk. The place serves delicacies such as a variety of finger food and a select variety of the best of Rajasthani cuisine. The restaurant has been designed in a picturesque sports theme and exhibits wildlife hunt trophies on its walls.

Location: Umaid Bhavan Palace, Circuit House Rd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006

Timing:11 am to 11 pm throughout the week

Price: Rs.10000/- for 2 people

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Raas Haveli

Raas Haveli
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Raas Haveli is one of the most popular Jodhpur Tourist Places. It has a range of options that you could pick from which includes the Mediterranean, Thai as well as the delicious indigenous menu. Baradari is one such names, and it gives an excellent vantage point to enjoy the view of the fortress and is placed in the very calming effect of the courtyard.

The ingredients used are organic and ensure that the flavours and textures are wholesome and delicious. The other alternative is the Darikhana which offers a majestic view of the Mehrangarh Fort. The meals are prepared with the traditional style of Rajasthani cooking. 

Location: Tunwar Ji ka Jhalra, Makrana Mohalla, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001

Timing: Open 24 hours throughout the week

Price: Rs 6000/- for 2 people

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Gypsy Restaurant

Gypsy Restaurant

Located in the bustling market area of Sardarpura, this is one of the best places to visit in Jodhpur. It offers a diverse menu that includes Continental, Thai, Chinese, Italian as well as the traditional Rajasthani Thali.

It is acclaimed to have the best of Rajasthani flavours in extremely subsidized rates. This place is one of those Jodhpur tourist places that promise great food at great prices and the first-hand experience of the totality of the local Rajasthani culture.   

Location: 689, 9th C Road, Sardarpura, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342003

Timing: 10 am to 10 pm throughout the week

Price: Average cost between Rs. 200 to 400/-

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Nirali Dhani

Nirali Dhani
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This place with its fantastic Rajasthani menu condenses the cultural bonanza of the state in a single plate. Among the most visited tourist places in Jodhpur, this place has a traditional setting. The thali served here is like nowhere else across Jodhpur and serves unlimited food for as much as you wish to eat.

It displays the true essence of Rajasthani architecture, and the dining options are divided into Jiman, Padharo Sa and Jo Hukum bar. Touted as one of the most famous 3-star village resort, it has thirty-four wifi-enabled rooms and banquet hall. The food tantalizes the senses and fulfils the hunger for the culture, life, vigor, and texture of Rajasthan.

Location: Siddhanath Circle, Near Chopasni Filter House, Chopasni Road, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001, India

Timing: 7 pm to 11 pm throughout the week.

Price: At highly subsidized rates starting at just Rs. 100/-

Places to Enjoy Nightlife in Jodhpur

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Pulse The Bar

Pulse The Bar
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This place has a very relaxing setting with a splendid atmosphere. The menu offers a large variety of delicious food of diverse cuisines such as Indian, Continental, Chinese, etc. which serve vegetarian, barbequed, and grilled delicacies.

It is touted as one of the best Jodhpur tourist places, with dim red interior lighting that promises a night of fun where people come to relax and unwind. A large assortment of drinks is also available with a well-stocked bar. The service is excellent and prompt, and the ambience is quite welcoming. Tourists truly enjoy the great food, hospitality, and comforting atmosphere.

Location: 58, Opposite Medical College, Residency Road, Bhagat Ki Kothi, Sardarpura, Jodhpur 342003, Rajasthan

Timing: 11 am to 11 pm

Price: Average cost- Rs. 800/-

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On the Rocks

On the Rocks
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Located in the magnificent Blue City of Jodhpur in Rajasthan, this beautiful restaurant is ideal for dining in with your friends and family in the mesmerizing interiors. The menu is versatile and serves Indian, Continental as well as Pan Asian food. It also offers a wide range of refreshing cocktails and drinks.

This is one of the most opulent places to visit in Jodhpur. This place strikes the perfect balance between modernity and tradition. On the Rocks resonates with the high royal culture, tradition, and grandeur of the state of Rajasthan.

Location: Ajit Bhawan, National Highway 65, Near, Circuit House Rd, Ajit Colony, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006

Timing: Opens throughout the week between 12 pm to 3:30 pm and 7 pm and 11 pm. 

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Lily Bar, Darbar Ki Kothi

Located in the Darbar Ki Kothi in Jodhpur, this bar is an acclaimed Jodhpur tourist place. It has a diverse menu and a beautiful ambience that reflects the Rajasthani culture. The food has the perfect texture of the age-old indigenous spices; its textures and flavours are robust and scrumptious.

The ambience is relaxing and aesthetic. The modern décor and a mixture of different culinary flavours bring alive the true culture of Rajasthan. The bar is well-stocked with a variety of drinks and mocktails.

Location: Opp. Pragya Niketan, Behind Public Park, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001

Timing: opens throughout the week for 24 hours.

Price: The average cost for two people- Rs. 500/-

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SKKY 63

SKKY 63
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This place offers the magical mix of both the worlds- the traditional Rajasthani culture and modern hues of Rajasthan. It serves several exotic cocktails, scrumptious food from all around the world, and brims with a beautiful atmosphere. The restaurant offers a fantastic view of the majestic Mehrangarh Fort and the Umaid Bhawan Palace.

The place promises a fun time and is among the most exquisite places to see in Jodhpur. Each dish served over here is prepared with perfection and culinary expertise. The service is excellent and is a must-visit for those on the lookout of luxury.

Location: Jhalamand House, Airport Road, Air Force Area, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342011, India

Timing: opens throughout the week between 7 pm and 11 pm.

Price: Rs. 750 

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  • Get picked up from the Mountbatten lodge in Ranakpur and take a jeep excursion to sunset point  on a thrilling journey.
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  • After the jeep ride enjoy the sparkling champagne at sunset point with your loved ones.
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  • Get picked up from the Mountbatten lodge in Ranakpur and take a horse ride to sunset point  on a thrilling journey.
  • Experience the aspects of traditional life with mythical and timeless beauty over the sand dunes riding a horse.
  • After the horse safari enjoy the sparkling champagne at sunset point with your loved ones.
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  • Riding the state's most acclaimed animal is an exhilarating experience.
  • Enjoy this amazing Camel Safari amidst the golden sand dunes of the Thar desert with your family or friends.
  • Upon arrival at the location of activity, you will be welcomed in the traditional Rajasthani way.
  • Also meet with the desert family, have tea with them, and understand the cultures and traditions in this royal state.
  • Do not miss a visit to the ancient temple in Osian village nearby
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  • Set out for a dazzling visit to the proud village of Marwars after getting picked up from Chandpole gate.
  • Spend six hours in the fascinating village, interacting with the residents and observing their lifestyle.
  • The small huts, the nature and the routine of the villagers will obviously amuse you.
  • Ramble through the roads to view how their economy is being revolved and try tasting tea or indigenous bread if possible.
  • The tour takes you to a number of rare scenes of rural India where simplicity and calmness reside.

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  • Indulge in this amazing night in Osian, Rajasthan and get a chance to see the colors of authentic Rajasthani culture.
  • Get welcomed with 'tika and aarti' and sit around the bonfire as you enjoy the Rajasthani folk music and dance.
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Let the myriad flavours of Rajasthan come alive as you bask in an authentic village experience.Your unique sojourn would begin sometime in the evening and would last for around 6 hours.

Begin with a 30 km drive from Jodhpur to the village (colloquially called Dhanis). After a traditional welcome, take a walk with the village chief to witness the different activities that take place here. On this guided walk, you visit the potter's and weaver's homes to see engaging sights of expert artisans at work. After absorbing the day to day scenes and sights of the village, participate in an old Rajasthani ceremony and subsequently join the chief at the temple for the evening prayers. In the evening, enjoy a festive ambience of folk music and dancing illuminated by a bonfire. Just before dinner, you get a Rajasthani cooking demonstration that titillates your senses for a sumptuous dinner ahead. It is prepared by the chief’s wife using ingredients indigenous to this region. 

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  • Unravel the charm and essence of the golden Thar Desert. 
  • This full day tour around the villages of Jodhpur is especially crafted to make you acquainted with the life and culture of the desert. 
  • Following your pick-up from the meeting point at around 8:00 AM, drive through the rustic tracks of the villages and reach the local settlements. 
  • Interact with the native people, be their guest and get a feel of their culture and traditional lifestyle. Discover the peace and harmony among the different communities.
  • A picnic lunch in the afternoon will keep your energy and enthusiasm alive and post this, visit one of the nearby villages. 
  • Take part in their different ceremonies and be a part of their delightful ceremonies and celebrations.
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Experience the serenity and tranquility of Rajasthan with a farm picnic lunch in this colourful state! You will start from the hotel with a drive for about 3 km where the camels will wait for you to climb aboard to embark on a fun journey! Jump on the camel’s back and ride to the local Thakur Saabs farm where you can relax in the open fields under the Neem tree. Get familiar with the local spices and the traditional cooking methods and join your hosts on a stroll through the farm during which you'll learn more about life on the farm, the crops and their seasons and local farming practices

Meal Types: Breakfast

Activities: Camel Safari, Local spices tour and traditional cooking methods

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Champagne and Camel Ride in Jodhpur
  • 3H
  • Osian
  • 3H
  • Osian
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About the Activity:
  • Leave behind the hustle and bustle of the city and the calm beauty of the sand dune in this 3 hour safari. 
  • Indulge in a camel ride which will lead you to the thrilling journey as you cross the sand dunes in the Thar Desert.
  • Experience the traditional life of and timeless beauty of the desert.
  • After the camel ride enjoy your champagne while looking at the tranquil beauty of the horizon as the sunsets.
  • Before concluding the trip witness a delightful dance and music show at the campsite.
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Desert Experience in Tented Camp, Jodhpur
  • 3D/2N
  • Jodhpur
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  • Jodhpur
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A night camp experience, touring a Rajasthani village, watching the sun set over the sandy dunes, drive over the undulating landscape and visiting the homes of two ethnic communities – all this is packed into the 3 day Desert Experience Camp. Conducted near Jodhpur - also called the ‘Sun City’ – the culturally rich and adventurous camp is a great opportunity to know more about this state while enjoying the touristy must-dos as well.

This 3 day camp begins when you are picked up from the meeting point after lunch around 2pm and driven to the camp. A short hike up the hill and you will be witness to a beautiful sunset over the sandy horizon. The evening is spent in enjoying the bonfire and barbeque dinner after which you retire to your tents for the night.

Early next morning, after breakfast around 8am, the desert experience drive commences over dry riverbeds and the sandy terrain. After that, come the visits to the homes of the Bishnoi and Pittal community where the hosts let you in their abodes for you to observe their lifestyles and traditions. Post a picnic lunch, another riverbed drive follows and onto a village where you will be accorded a grand welcome in a traditional Rajasthani ceremony. A walk through the village allows you to soak in the typical rural ambience as you are witness to the lives of its residents. After returning to the camp, you will freshen up before eating a sumptuous dinner and head to your tent for the night. The third day morning, you will head back to Jodhpur after breakfast around 8am.

Duration: 2 nights and 3 days

Other Places to Visit in Jodhpur

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Sardar Government Museum

Sardar Government Museum
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Located within the premises of Umaid Public Park near Rajasthan High Court, Sardar Museum is yet another place to discover the olden days of Jodhpur city. The museum is quite old and showcases portraits of kings and other historical things. It is a great place to unwind the tales of Jodhpur’s history.

It is nothing less than walking back in time to get a glimpse of pre-historic times of Jodhpur city. One can also laze around in the park, which is a good place to do nothing but relax. This museum can be one of the simplest and easiest places to visit in Jodhpur.

Location: Maliyo St, Baldev Ram Mirdha, Paota, Sri Ganganagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 

Timings: 9 am to 7 pm

Entry Fee: Rs 5 per head

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Ranisar Lake

Ranisar Lake
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Built in 1459, this lake is one of the best places to visit in Jodhpur city. The main purpose to build this lake was natural water conversation. The best part of this lake is that it rarely runs out of water in its parched landscape. The lake was built by Queen Jasmade Hadi, Rao Jodha’s wife. It is located just around 5kms from the center of the metropolis.

As a visitor, you will surely get mesmerized by the tranquil waterside environment having the scenic fort view glooming in close proximity. The most mesmerizing sight for a sightseer in this attraction of the town will be the scene of the amazing sunrise which happens from the back of fort Mehrangarh and sunset which happens down opposite mountain. Clearly, for a peaceful and relaxing time amidst some natural scenic beauty, this place is one the best which the wonderful city of Jodhpur offers to its tourists.

Location: Fate Pole Road, Near Meharana Garh Fort,Chand Bawari, Sodagaran Mohalla, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Masuriya Hill Garden

Masuriya Hill Garden
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Surrounding the statue of Maharana Pratap in Jodhpur, located is this beautiful and charming park called Masuriya Hill Garden. The statue is a major piece of art work which is the biggest attraction in the garden. The garden area is a great place for small family picnic or an evening visit. This place is relaxing and a mind soothing experience for those of you that love to spend time amidst nature’s beauty. One can also witness wonderful sunsets and relish the splendour of the hill garden.

Not so far from the city, this abode is tailor made for a calm and soothing outing. One can take a break from temple hopping and visiting the historical destinations in the city and rejuvenate themselves amidst the greens of this park. The garden may not be something exclusive, but the experience can be a great one, and hence this also can be one of the places to visit in Jodhpur during leisure time.

Location: Balaji Rd, Masuria Colony, Baldev Nagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 

Timings: 7 am to 9 pm

Entry Fee: Rs 30 per head

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Machiya Safari Park

Machiya Safari Park
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Located in close proximity to Kaylana Lake, Machiya Safari Park is yet another popular tourist place to visit near Jodhpur. This destination is a great abode to explore for nature and animal admirers as this park accommodates several species of wild animals. Blue bulls, desert fox, deer, monitor lizards, rabbits, wild cats and mongoose can easily be spotted here in their natural habitat. These animals engage and enthral all age groups and hence Machiya Safari Park is a great place that accommodates every kind of tourist.

This park also consists of an exclusive birdwatching point treating the eyes of avid birdwatchers. The safari park premises is also home for a fort which provides picturesque view of the city and nearby terrains. All in all this location is a thrilling as well an enchanting experience to every tourist. With so much to offer, this safari park is a great Jodhpur place to visit.

Location: HI Area Phase II, Basni, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: 8 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: Rs 30 per head

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Padamsar Lake

Padamsar Lake
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One simple sentence which describes all about this lake is that it is situated adjacent to the Ranisar Lake discussed above. Thus everything mentioned earlier for Ranisar Lake is applicable to Padmasar Lake also. It was made by Queen Padmini of Rao Ganga who as also beloved offspring of Rana Sanga of Mewar in the same year which is 1459 with the same intention which is natural water conversation.

Although the water of the lakes may not be suitable for drinking purpose the best part which is also mentioned above is that its water barely dries out despite located in a dry area. Alongside, Ranisar Lake it offers one of the best scenic views in the wonderful conurbation of Jodhpur. If you are looking to spend some time lonely or with some companion then this is one of the best places to be in. 

Location: Sodagaran Mohalla, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Sardar Samand Lake

Sardar Samand Lake
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The city of palaces has a different charm to itself as it is also a home for several enchanting lake destinations. Sardar Samand Lake is one such place to see in Jodhpur that will redefine the meaning of tranquillity for its tourists. This lake is situated close to the city and offers great environs to its visitors. The lake and nearby areas are known for accommodating exotic species of migratory birds which enhances the beauty of the lake. It is hence a home for great bird watching activity.

Apart from this it is also blessed with different species of animals that one can spot while at this abode and also while getting there. Exotic animals like chinkara, black bucks and neelgai enthral tourist beyond limit. This destination hence is the most enchanting lake destination in the Blue City which one cannot afford to abort from their list of places to visit in Jodhpur. This lake hence is a beautiful and peaceful retreat from the busy metropolitan life.

Location: 
Sardar Samand Lake, Tehsil Sojat City, District Pali

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

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Umed Garden Zoo

Umed Garden Zoo

Exploring the wilderness of any place is always a great experience. This also can be ticked off, while in Jodhpur city. The land that own innumerable historic locations and heritage sites is home form some of the exotic wildlife destinations as well. One can explore and witness migratory birds, relax amidst the greens and spot animals at this abode. The migratory birds that are accommodated at this Garden zoo are believed to be from African and Australia. This location is hence of great educational values and is perfect to visit with children.

The place is beautifully equipped with trees and plants that add to the overall experience of a family picnic. The park has minimal entry fee which makes it all the more simpler to explore the garden. Both children and adults can watch exotic animals at this spot as there is an opportunity to visit the ‘Walk-in Aviary’ at the zoo.

Location: Sardarpura, Jodhpur

Timings: 10 am to 4:30 pm

Entry Fee: Rs 3 per person

Places to Visit near Jodhpur

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Osian

Osian
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Encompassed by brilliant sand ridges and villages, Osian, found 65 km north of Jodhpur, is well known for its Hindu and Jain temples and is known as the Khajuraho of Rajasthan because of the sensual figures on the temples.

An unmistakable exchanging focus on the Silk Route from the eighth to the twelfth century AD, Osian was additionally a noteworthy journey site amid the Gurjara Pratihara administration, who administered a lot of northern India from the sixth to the eleventh century and was known as Upakesapura.

Among the most acclaimed vacation spots of the town are the 16 temples that incorporate Sachiya Mata Temple, Sun Temple, Mahaveera Jain Temple, and so on going back to the eighth to the eleventh century. With their mind-boggling carvings, the Sun Temple, Sachiya Mata Temple and the Jain Temples are devoted to Lord Mahavir emerge in their beauty and engineering.

Distance from Jodhpur: 68 km

Timings: Temple is open from sunrise in the morning to 1 hour after sunset in the evening

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Khichan Bird Sanctuary

Khichan Bird Sanctuary
Khichan is a village in Rajasthan in which is located this magnificent bird sanctuary which attracts a number of tourists every year. The sanctuary is situated in next to a lake in Khichan village and accommodates a number of bird species that migrate from other regions. One cannot afford to miss this picturesque location on the way to Jaisalmer from Jodhpur, but witness the splendour of it.

This sanctuary is the best Jodhpur place to visit for those of you that love bird watching activity.  Apart from witnessing the splendid view of different kinds of birds, one can also relish the charm of the picturesque location around the lake. This destination is an easy going place to laze around and witness the best of sunset at this nature’s abode. Take a bow to the magic of nature that brings the birds here and relish its charm in your own way.

Distance from Jodhpur: 142 km

Timings: 12 am to 12 pm

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Chandelao Village

Chandelao Village
The village and Garh of Chandelao have since a long time ago had an impact on the historical backdrop of Rajasthan and the Kingdom of Marwar. This region of Rajasthan is famous for its savagely free individuals, its beautiful attire, its painstaking work, and its conventional lifestyle.

Chandelao is a town of around 2,000 individuals, and like most towns in Rajasthan, most of the general population are included in farming. A considerable lot of the houses are still developed of the customary mud blocks, with a weatherproof covering of dairy animals excrement, painted white, red or blue. In a few spots, more up to date houses developed of excellent red Jodhpur sandstone are being constructed.

Distance from Jodhpur: 42 km

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Om Banna Temple, Pali

Om Banna Temple, Pali
The Om Banna Temple in Pali is known for a motrcycle baba (Om Banna), and the neighborhood used to worship him. They think doing as such will avert accidents around there. Story behind this Baba is, there was a Guy named Om Singh Rathore assumed name Om Banna of town Chotila, in 1988 Om Banna smashed on the same site while riding on his bullet.

After that cops seized Om Banna's motrocycle, yet the following morning it was absent from the police headquarters, they sought the bike and found that the bike is remaining on the accident site, they took it back to the police headquarters yet again next morning they found it at the same spot. They trusted that this entire demonstration is finished by Om Banna (really his spirit). So they fabricated a temple there in his memory. From that point on, individuals love Om Banna as an accident preventer. So this is the tale of om Baana.

Distance from Jodhpur: 46 km 

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Khimsar

Khimsar
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Located on the edge of the Great Thar Desert in the heart of rustic India lies this exceptional sixteenth-century Khimsar Fort, which is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Jodhpur and offers experience subsequent to invigorating background.

Many years of history unfurl as you look at its fight scarred dividers and walk around its bulwarks. As you taste tea on the porches you understand the magnificence of being encompassed by sections of land of rich green greenhouses.

A genuine uncommonness of any desert on the planet!! Peacocks, parrots, pigeons and upwards of forty-six assortments of winged animals welcome you to add to the appeal and quality of this antiquated post.

Khimsar Fort has been granted the 'NATIONAL GRAND HERITAGE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE' (this being the most noteworthy acknowledgment presented upon any legacy property by the Department of Tourism, Government of India).

Distance from Jodhpur: 98 km

Timings:  Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee
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Phalodi Fort

Phalodi Fort

Phalodi Fort, a historical site is situated in a small city called Phalodi in Jodhpur city. This fort is another place that reflects the cultural richness of the Blue city and speaks of the pre-historic period of Jodhpur. It is constructed in the year 1488 by Rao Hammir Narawat, and today majestically stands as a glimpse of the glorious olden days.

One can witness the charm of this historical site and explore the village life of Phalodi at the same time. The artistic portraits and architectural designs of this fort are quite engaging and makes this destination one of the nicest Jodhpur Tourist places. This fort reflects the fine work of artists of Marwar of the pre historic era.

Jodhpur city is undoubtedly one of the most exuberant and historic tourist destination of our country. Much popular as the Blue city of India, Jodhpur is a perfect destination for those who love to walk back in time to pre-historic era. The splendour and charm of the city’s culture and traditions is sure enough to leave its tourist spell bound. With innumerable places to visit in Jodhpur, one is sure to enjoy his/ her time here. What is more attractive about this city is how it accommodates every age group and every kind of traveller and has destinations that suit each and every one.

Being one among the culturally rich cities of India, Jodhpur is a perfect way to learn about the history of India. Every destination is a valuable addition to the never ending list of places to visit in Jodhpur. Explore the unseen and unwind the books of history as you pack yourself to one of the majestic tourist destinations of India. 

Distance from Jodhpur: 143 km

Timings: 7:00 am to 6:30 pm

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Jaswant Sagar Dam

Jaswant Sagar Dam

Jaswant Sagar Dam is located in Pichiyak village of Jodhpur. The dam was constructed in the year 1892 by Maharaja Jaswant Singh and is hence named after him. Back then the dam was constructed keeping in mind the need for water and fulfilment of irrigation requirements in Jodhpur. Today, the dam is transformed to become of the most visited recreational spots in Jodhpur city. Surrounded with scenic environs the dam provides boating facilities to its visitors. It is a great abode to unwind yourself and relax in the arms of Mother Nature.

Evenings are the best time to explore this location as it is quite popular for the picturesque sunset. It is that time when the crimson hued sun shimmers on the water gently enhancing the visiting experience of the tourists. Apart from all these, this Jodhpur tourist place is quite popular for being one of the finest abode for educational trips. It is seen that a number of schools and college from around the city choose this destination for a great recreational as well as educational trip.

Distance from Jodhpur: 71 km

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fees: No entry fee

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Dechu

Dechu

It is a renowned village in the Jodhpur district of Rajasthan state of the country. It has numbers of resorts and hotels which itself is an indication that despite being termed as the village, it is a very popular tourist spot.

The main attractions of the village are Old Wells and Sand dunes. You can also try to reach to reach the top of Sand Dunes by the road available for the purpose. Other destinations of the place where tourists frequently visit are Baba Ramdev Temple, The Pokaran Fort, Salim Singh Haveli and more. Apart from the sand dunes, there are high and long rock series.

The only setback you will have is reachability. There no major Railway Station or Bus nearby. Thus, one needs to opt for a cab or bus to reach this part of the country. But this little inconvenience is worth giving to enjoy a memorable holiday. 

Distance from Jodhpur: 123 km

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Rohetgarh

Rohetgarh

It is an ordered Heritage Hotel situated in Jodhpur. Throughout fifteen years it has been supported and created with extraordinary love and care by the family into one of the finest hotels in the country.Situated on the banks of a lake and set amidst rustic environment, it is an asylum of peace and quietness.

Manicured Gardens and Sprawling yards, which welcome a large number of flying creatures and moving peacocks, proclaim your entrance into this desert spring where the feathered creature tune is the main sound you will hear. A great swimming pool with four enchanting structures tempts you for an invigorating plunge. Regularly supper is served by the poolside as society artists’ breathe life into the night air. A rich wonderfully delegated relax, quiet verandahs and porches with stunning perspectives, make consummate scenes for unwinding.

Distance from Jodhpur: 38 km

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: Varies everyday

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Takhat Sagar Lake

One of the surreal and peaceful abodes situated near the city of Jodhpur is Takhat Sagar Lake. The lake is located in the outskirts of Jodhpur and is a great place to drive to. The lake is surrounded by lush greenery and is a quite abode. Many tourist visit the place just to place the areas around the lake. This not so popular destination is a refreshing break from visiting the heritage sites in this city of palaces. One can witness mesmerising sunset and unravel in the mystic beauty of this place. It would not be wrong to say that this lake is one of the many charming lake destination that surround this Blue City of India.

Among several tourist spots that one can tick off in this city, this destination is a unique addition to the list of Jodhpur tourist places. In addition to the charm of environs around this lake one can also delve into some ethnic food dishes that are served in the nearby food stalls and restaurants. Great food and location make Takhat Sagar Lake a complete destination to rejuvenate oneself. 

Location: Takhat Sagar Hills, Jodhpur

Timings: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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  1. What are the best things to do in Jodhpur with family?

    Here the list of best things to do in Jodhpur with your family:

    1. Visit Mehrangarh Fort
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    5. Visit Historic building Jaswant Thada
    6. Explore Mandore Garden
    7. Iconic Clock Tower
  2. What are the best camping sites in Jodhpur for family and friends?

  3. Which are the best resorts in Jodhpur?

    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
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  4. How to reach Jodhpur?

    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.
  5. What is the best time to visit Jodhpur?

    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.
  6. How many days should I spend in Jodhpur?

    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.
  7. Which is the best area to stay in Jodhpur?

    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
  8. Is Jodhpur worth visiting?

    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.
  9. Is it safe to travel to Jodhpur?

    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.
  10. How can I spend 2 days in Jodhpur?

    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.
  11. How to reach Jodhpur from Delhi?

    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.
  12. What is famous in Jodhpur?

    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.
  13. What is there to do in Jodhpur at night?

    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.
  14. What is special about Jodhpur?

    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.

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