Venice of the East; the city of lakes; the white city and one of India’s most romantic destinations, with all these tags one can figure out why Udaipur is called the most prominent attraction of India. It was founded in 1559 by Maharaja Udai Singh and becomes the final capital of the Rajput kingdom of Mewar. And that’s the reason why Udaipur and its neighboring region have some of the finest examples of India’s heritage museum. So to introduce you to all these vestiges and know about chronicles, Tour My India has designed a tour that will take you to all the famous attractions of Udaipur, and its neighboring cities – Chittorgarh and Kumbhalgarh. In just five days, this tour will take you to all the major attractions of Udaipur, Chittorgarh, and Kumbhalgarh. For further details go through the detailed package mentioned below; else contact the travel desk of Tour My India.
Udaipur Arrival,Overnight At Udaipur
On arrival at Udaipur Airport/ Railway Station, you will be transferred to your hotel. After some rest, you will explore the countryside region of Udaipur and go for a boat ride. Overnight stay in the Udaipur hotel.
Udaipur City Tour
Post breakfast, go for city sightseeing tour. Today, you will visit City Palace, Saheliyon-ki-Bari, Jagdish Temple, and Bhartiya Lok kala Museum. Overnight stay in the Udaipur hotel.
Udaipur To Kumbhalgarh (100 Kilometers/2 Hours)
Check out from the Udaipur hotel and embark on a drive to Kumbhalgarh. On arrival, check in the hotel and after some rest visit the iconic Kumbhalgarh fort, which has a 36-kilometer long wall. After exploring the fort, go back to the hotel for overnight stay.
Kumbhalgarh To Chittorgarh(160 Kilometers/2 Hours)
Embark on 160-kilometer drive to reach Chittorgarh. On arrival in Chittorgarh, you will be transferred to the hotel. After relaxing for some time at the hotel, visit Chittorgarh Fort. After exploring the Chittorgarh Fort, go back to the hotel for overnight stay.
Post breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport or railway station for your journey onwards.