The 3 Shades of Rajasthan - 7-Day Itinerary

Rajasthan seems like a synonym for the word 'tourism' in India. The magnificent places and experiences are a treat to its visitors. But, you might get perplexed by the numerous options to choose from. Fret not, for we've got you covered with a Rajasthan itinerary for 7 days that you can follow for your upcoming visit.

The Pink City (Days 1, 2 & 3)

Jaipur is the biggest city in Rajasthan. Often referred to as the Pink City, Jaipur and has a lot of heritage sites that include forts, palaces and havelis. The city also features a plethora of intriguing bazaars to be explored.

On the very first day of your Rajasthan trip for 7 days, you can visit the City Palace, Johri Bazaar and Nahargarh Fort. You can also visit the Amer Fort followed by the Hawa Mahal. The next day, you can make time to learn about block printing at the Anokhi printing museum. Allow the sunrise hot air balloon ride to tickle you pink before you bid adieu to the city on the third day of your tour.

If you don't like compromising on your comfort but also adore luxury, then you can check out our hotel in Rajasthan for a snug stay in Jaipur.

Hawa Mahal palace in Jaipur
View of city fort from lake pichola in Udaipur

The White City (Days 4 & 5)

Udaipur, famously known as the white city, is too beautiful to miss and is also considered the most romantic city in India. Start your day four by paying a visit to the City Palace before 9:30 am to witness the subtle orange sun rays fall over Lake Pichola - You also get to enjoy a boating experience here with a vista.

Day five can be reserved for a visit to The Monsoon Palace where one can take in the encompassing views of the city's rivers. The remaining time on the fifth day can be spent exploring The Kumbhalgarh Fort. This UNESCO site is a Marwari fort from the 15th century. Its magnificent architecture and view of the downhills attract lots of tourists.

The Green City (Days 6 & 7)

Alwar, well-known to be the green city of Rajasthan, is home to great architecture, grandeur palaces, sturdy forts, and picturesque lakes. You sure would like to wrap Rajasthan's itinerary for 7 days here.

Get your accommodation sorted out ASAP and you can also have a jeep safari booked by your hotel on day 6. The Sariska Tiger Reserve is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and is located in the lap of Aravalli hills. This national park is a habitat to varieties of wild animals that including the charismatic Indian Bengal Tiger. The safari unveils the magic of nature in front of your eyes.

Dedicate the last day of the Rajasthan trip itinerary to exploring the local culture amidst the Karni Mata Temple that houses thousands of rats. Here, not only goddess Karni but also the rats are worshipped. If time permits, a trek to the Garbhaji Falls would be ideal - perfect for family getaways and adventure seekers alike.

Hill Fort Kesroli 14th Century Alwar - drone shot of the property