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About 135 km away from Jaipur, Ajmer is famous for its ancient shrine of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. Near about 15 km from Ajmer, Pushkar is well known for its Lord Brahmas ancient temple and Pushkar lake including 52 Ghats.
2 Nights / 3 Days
Jaipur – Ajmer – Pushkar
Per Person - 8950
Min. 4 Person
The very best trip in Pushkar is to the Camel Safari. It will be a fun-filled experience for you and your friends or family. If you are looking for something more adventurous and exotic experience, consider going to the different dunes in the area. This can be quite a refreshing experience, especially when you combine it with camping and bonfire.
Pushkar, a small town in Rajasthan, is the most important holy place for Hindus. Pushkar is home to thousands of temples, which are famous for their impressive architecture and sculpting. The city comes alive with pilgrims in October when the town is visited by hundreds of thousands of Hindus for the Pushkar Fair. The Pushkar fair is one of the most famous fairs in India, which is attended by pilgrims from all over India and the world. Pushkar is also the home of the Brahma temple, considered one of India's largest, most beautiful, and most important temples. There is a lake near the Brahma temple, believed to have been created by Lord Brahma himself thousands of years ago. A day trip to Pushkar is an opportunity to see all of the most exciting sites in India without having to travel far and wide.
Camel Safari: If you want to see Pushkar at its most spectacular, this tour is for you. Many visitors to Pushkar only know it for its camel fair, which is one of the largest in Asia but also offers other beautiful sights. The camel fair and the surrounding desert are magical, and it is a great experience to ride with the camels through the Thar Desert. The camels take turns walking with the tourists, and each camel is dedicated to one person. The camel safari is approximately 6 hours long, but the time goes by quickly when you ride through the desert with the wind in your hair. The camel safari costs Rs. 1200 per person.
The city's markets are colorful and vibrant, and the marriage market is the most famous. The town's streets are filled with shops and exhibitions, making it an ideal place for shopping. The city is also renowned for its white and red antiques. You can purchase local arts and crafts, gypsum, brocades, marble ware, metalware, carpets, miniatures, and antiques.
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