this collage of heritage monuments of rajasthan showcases the world famous hawa mahal , white marble elegant- Jaswant Thada of jodhpur, and red walls of junagarh fort in Bikaner

Rajasthan 07 Days Tour: Jaipur Jodhpur Jaisalmer Bikaner

"Rajasthan Desert Tour with Pink City"

Tour Plan: Jaipur- Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Bikaner - Jaipur

Duration: 07 Days/06 Nights

    En-route(On The Way) Attractions:-
  • Pushkar/ Ajmer- during our journey to Jodhpur

Arrival Location: Jaipur International Airport or Railway Station or Bus Station

Preferred Arrival Timing: Flexible (Anytime) | Around 08:00 AM would be an appropriate one.

Information regarding Tour Pacakge Price is given at the end of this Itinerary.

Day 01: Jaipur arrival and sightseeing

Upon arrival at Jaipur International Airport, you will be greeted by a representative and transferred to your hotel. After checking in, you will have some time to relax and refresh.
In the afternoon, your exploration of Jaipur, renowned as the Pink City, begins. The captivating Hawa Mahal, or the Palace of Winds, sets the tone for an enchanting journey. You'll then delve into the historical richness of the City Palace and marvel at the astronomical precision of Jantar Mantar.
As the day unfolds, the cultural tapestry continues with visits to the Albert Hall Museum, the serene Ram Niwas Garden, and the serene Birla Mandir. To cap off the day, savor the flavors of traditional Rajasthani cuisine at a local restaurant.

jaipur sightseeing covering prominent attractions such as hawah mahal (palace of winds), jal mahal, jantar mantar observatory, albert hall museum, amer fort, city palace museum, and jaigarh fort cannon
Jaipur Sightseeing Attractions
Day 02: Jaipur sighseeing

Fuel up with a delightful and nutritious breakfast before embarking on another day of Jaipur's wonders. Your morning adventure takes you to the majestic Amer Fort, where the joy of an elephant ride adds a regal touch to your experience. Proceed to Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort (housing the world's largest canon), offering panoramic views of the Pink City. Capture the picturesque Jal Mahal, a palace surrounded by a serene lake. As the day unfolds, the splendors of Akshardham Temple beckon, and the city's vibrant markets invite exploration Rest of the time's utilization depends on you or you can visit Jaipur market where you would see different malls, shops to see different varieties of things like Handicrafts, Jewellery, Bangles, Blue pottery, and many more as you explore the area.
Return to the hotel for a restful night's sleep.

Day 03: Jaipur- Pushkar- Jodhpur (350kms /06 hrs drive)

After a hearty breakfast, leave Jaipur and set forth on a picturesque drive to the Blue City, Jodhpur. Well, we'll come back to Jaipur in the end so it's not like we're bidding farewell to it, actually we won't bid farewell to any place because they all will stay in our memories. En route, pause at the enchanting Pushkar Brahma Temple (closes between 13:00 - 15:00), taking in the spiritual aura and the holy Sarovar Lake. The journey is peppered with scenic stops, including a brief interlude at Rajasthan Ka Switzerland in Kishangarh {30-40mins}, a haven for photography enthusiasts. Upon reaching Jodhpur, check into your hotel, unwind, and absorb the day's travel tales. An optional stroll through local markets awaits those eager to explore. Rest up for the upcoming exploration.

jodhpur's prominent attractions in the sightseeing from the majestic mehrangarh fort to the stunning white marble architecture- Jaswant Thada to the royal umaid bhawan palace and to the bustling heart of blue city- clock tower
Jodhpur Sightseeing Attractions
Day 04: Jodhpur sightseeing - Jaisalmer (300kms/ 05hrs drive)

Post breakfast, get your luggage from the room, and check-out from the hotel.Complete the sightseeing of Jodhpur which primarily includes the famous heritage sites- The 150m high hilltop Mehrangarh Fort ; nearby attraction Jaswant Thada cenatophs of royal family are placed in this place and it is famous for it's white marble structure ; Explore the royal artefacts at Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum ; If time permits, then you can walk around a local-side-attraction, Clock Tower (Ghanta Ghar).
After lunch, start our drive to Jaisalmer. Enjoy the scenic drive as we enter the Golden City. Post arrival, check-in at the pre-booked hotel, and relax. overnight stay at the hotel.

jaisalmer sightseeing covering prominent attractions with namaste holiday- desert sam sand dunes, patwa haveli, golden fort, and bada bagh
Jaisalmer Sightseeing Attractions
Day 05: Jaisalmer sightseeing

heritage walls at gadisar lake of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. After a delicious breakfast, get ready to explore the architectural wonders of Jaisalmer. As the sun rises over Jaisalmer, dive into the architectural marvels of the Jaisalmer Fort (Golden Fort), revealing intricate Jain temples and ornate havelis. The narrow lanes lead you to Patwon Ki Haveli, Nathmal Ki Haveli, and Salim Singh Ki Haveli, each a testament to the city's artistic heritage. Afterward, visit Gadisar Lake, a serene man-made reservoir adorned with temples and ghats, offering a picturesque setting for peaceful moments. In the afternoon, embark on an adventurous excursion to the mystical desert region of Jaisalmer. Visit the ancient Kuldhara Village, known for its fascinating legends and abandoned structures that reflect its intriguing past. Experience the awe-inspiring Sunset View at the famous Sam Sand Dunes, where the golden hues of the desert create a mesmerizing spectacle. Enjoy a thrilling camel safari and immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere of the desert.
In the evening, indulge in a cultural program featuring Rajasthani folk music and dance, followed by a delectable dinner. After a day filled with unforgettable experiences, retreat to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 06: Jaisalmer - Bikaner (350kms/ 06hrs drive)

After a fulfilling breakfast at the camp, bid adieu to Jaisalmer and embark on the final leg of your journey to Bikaner. Preferred Check-out Timing: 08:00 AM to cover the sightseeing (04 attractions) of Bikaner properly in 02 Days.
While driving toward "The Camel City", take a break of 15-20mins at Khichan Bird Sanctuary, and take some memorable clicks of demoiselle cranes (or, Kurjan) that migrate here every winter. Arrive in Bikaner with some appropriate stops in-between the journey for meal/refreshments. Transfer to the pre-booked hotel for check-in, and relax for a while. We'll cover 01/02 attractions today and remaining tomorrow. Explore the Camel Breeding Farm (primarily known as "National Research Centre on Camel"), Asia's largest Camel Research Centre. If time permits, drive to Deshnok to visit Karni Mata Temple, also known as "The Rat Temple" due to the large number of sacred rats. Come back to the hotel and overnight stay.

bikaner sightseeing covering prominent attractions such as lalgarh palace museum, national research center on camel, karni mata temple, junagarh fort of bikaner, and karni mata temple rats
Bikaner Sightseeing Attractions
Day 07: Bikaner sightseeing - Jaipur (350kms/ 06hrs drive)

Post breakfast, check-out from the hotel (08:30 AM), and cover the remaining attractions of Bikaner. Visit Junagarh Fort and Lalgarh Palace Museum. After a leisurely lunch and the completion of sightseeing, the journey back to Jaipur commences. On arrival, you'll be transferred to the airport for your onward journey.

This marks the end of "Jaipur Jodhpur Jaisalmer Bikaner Tour by Car and Driver" or "Rajasthan Desert Tour with Jaipur", as a 07 Days Rajasthan Tour or Weekly Rajasthan Tour.

Tour ends here
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Package Inclusions:-
  • As per the itinerary, 07 Days Transportation Service with Air-Conditioned Sedan/SUV or any other car from the Car-Rental page, as per the number of persons.
  • Air-Conditioned Accommodation for 06 Nights with 01 Double-Occupancy room or more as per your plan, with breakfast.
  • Dinner at a Camp in Jaisalmer.
  • Camel Safari on Sand Dunes in Jaisalmer.
  • Toll-tax, parking, fuel charges, and driver allowances.
  • Language Guide Service (if mutually agreed during the tour confirmation).
Package Exclusions
  • Generally- Monument Entrance Tickets, Camera, and Jeep Safari/Elephant Ride Charges.
  • Any other thing which is not included or agreed during the tour confirmation.


The Rat Temple, 2nd name of Karni Mata Temple, is located in Deshnoke, a small town near Bikaner in the state of Rajasthan, India. The temple is famous for its reverence of rats, which are considered sacred. Devotees believe that the rats in the temple are the reincarnated form of Karni Mata's family members and seek blessings by offering food and praying in the temple. The temple is a unique and intriguing place, attracting tourists and pilgrims alike.

Demoiselle cranes, also known as Kurja or Kurjan birds, can be spotted in various parts of India, especially during their migration season. These migratory birds are known to travel long distances, and India is one of their crucial wintering grounds. The best time to see Demoiselle cranes in India is during the winter months when they migrate from their breeding grounds in Central Asia. In Rajasthan, they're mostly spotted at Khichan ("Khichan Bird Sanctuary").
Here are some locations in India where you can witness the arrival of Demoiselle cranes:

  • Khichan, Rajasthan: Khichan is renowned for being a major wintering area for Demoiselle cranes. The birds usually arrive here in large numbers between October and March.
  • Jodhpur, Rajasthan: The region around Jodhpur, including the Khimsar region, is another place where Demoiselle cranes can be seen during the winter months.
  • Sambhar Lake, Rajasthan: Sambhar Lake, the largest inland saltwater lake in India, is a habitat for migratory birds, including Demoiselle cranes.
  • Kutch, Gujarat: The Kutch region, especially areas like Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, is frequented by Demoiselle cranes during their migration.
  • Banni Grasslands Reserve, Gujarat: This reserve is known for hosting various species of migratory birds, including Demoiselle cranes.

The Demoiselle cranes usually arrive in India from their breeding grounds in Mongolia and Central Asia around October and stay until March, taking advantage of the milder winter climate.

The haunted (not really haunted, as now there are tickets to enter and explore this village in the day time) place in the Jaisalmer region of Rajasthan is believed to be the abandoned village of Kuldhara. Kuldhara is known for its mysterious and eerie atmosphere, and it is often associated with local legends and tales of paranormal activities. Visitors are intrigued by the deserted structures and the enigmatic history surrounding Kuldhara, making it a destination that sparks curiosity and a sense of the supernatural.

Yes, there's a break at Khichan Bird Sanctuary to capture memorable clicks of Demoiselle cranes, adding a scenic touch to the journey.


  • Dal Baati Churma: A traditional Rajasthani dish consisting of lentils (dal), wheat rolls (baati), and a sweet crumbly mixture (churma).
  • Laal Maas: A fiery red mutton curry known for its rich and spicy flavor.
  • Gatte ki Sabzi: Gram flour dumplings in a spicy yogurt-based curry.
  • Ghevar: A rich and decadent sweet made from flour, ghee, and sugar, often shaped like a disc or a honeycomb.


  • Makhaniya Lassi: A sweet and creamy yogurt-based drink, often flavored with cardamom and saffron.
  • Mirchi Bada: Spicy fritters made with green chilies and a gram flour batter.
  • Pyaz ki Kachori: Deep-fried pastries filled with spiced onion mixture.


  • Ker Sangri: A traditional Rajasthani dish made with dried berries (ker) and beans (sangri).
  • Murgh-e-Subz: A flavorful chicken curry with a mix of vegetables.
  • Ghotua Ladoo: Sweet gram flour balls often enjoyed as a dessert.


  • Bhujia: A popular spicy snack made with gram flour noodles.
  • Rasgulla: A sweet dish made with cottage cheese dumplings soaked in sugar syrup.
  • Bhujia served as a topping on a variety of chaat items.

But, the suggested duration is 08Days/ 07Nights to cover all the famous places/ cities of Rajasthan in a comfortable manner.
You can find the tour packages under "weekly tours" section of "rajasthan-tour-packages" or click here to find these packages.

Well, within a week, like 06/07 Days, Jaipur | Jodhpur | Jaisalmer can be easily covered giving the taste of heritage + Desert. With 01 Extra day, you can visit Bikaner or spend one more night in any city.

When going from Jaipur to Udaipur, there are numerous en-route attractions such as Pushkar Brahma Temple, Kishangarh Marble Dumping Yard, and Sambhar Lake. Other en-route attractions that can be covered are Chittorgarh Fort or Nathdwara Srinath Ji (depending upon the temple timings), Vishwas Swaroopam.
Attractions near to Jaipur are Galta Ji Temple, Samode, Hot Air Balloon Safari in Amer/ Samode, Pushkar Brahma Temple, and Kishangarh Marble Dumping Yard.
Attractions near to Udaipur are Chittorgarh Fort, EklingJi, Srinath Ji, Sanwariya Seth, Vishwas Swaroopam, Kumbhalgarh Fort, and Mount Abu