New Delhi and Punjab region are full of crazy travellers who just love to plan road trips all over India. In this Rajasthan comes at number 1 as it is will connected with both Delhi and Punjab.
In this post we have shared a road trip from New Delhi to the beautiful city of Udaipur and all the cities which one must see on this 650 km trip. Have a look.
Delhi to Jaipur:
Jaipur is approximately 227 km away from Delhi. The journey is covered via NH 8. The road is well maintained, and there are many hotels and motels on the way which offer decent food and stay to travellers.
Amer Fort, City Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Birla Museum, Kanak Vrindavan, Hawa Mahal and Statue Circle are must visit tourist sites of Jaipur. One day is not enough to visit each tourist site of Jaipur.
Hotel Ramsingh Palace is the best and budgeted hotel in Jaipur. Jaipur is famous for many churans such as khatta chuhara, ajwain churan, mitha aampapad, jeera goli or imli and khajoor ladoo.
One can contact Rajputana Cabs for Rajasthan Car rental service. They offer sedan, Innova, tempo traveller and AC buses for Rajasthan tour by Car.
Jaipur to Jodhpur:
The distance between Jaipur and Jodhpur is 335 km via NH8 and NH25. The condition of the road is good enough. Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park and Balsamand Lake are major tourist attraction of Jodhpur.
The last great Palace of India, former Royal Resident Umaid Bhawan Palace is the most luxurious and most expensive hotel in Jodhpur. Govind Hotel is a great budget hotel and an awesome host in this beautiful city. In Jodhpur, Gypsy Restaurant is the most popular food outlet. It is known for excellent food, hospitable staff and warm ambiance.
Jodhpur to Jaisalmer:
The journey is 286 km and is covered via NH25 and NH11. Jaisalmer is referred as the Golden City of India, because of shining golden colour of sand stone used on every home in the city. The Jaisalmer Fort also known as Sonar Qila is the largest and best preserved Fort of the world.
Bada Bagh, Patwaon ki Haveli, Gadisar Lake, The Thar Heritage Museum and Desert National Park are the must visit sites of the city. Sam Sand Dunes is the favourite picnic spot in the Thar Desert. This place is famous for beautiful Sun Rise and Sunset. There are local folk dancers with awesome food and drinks.
Fort Rajwada offers an insight into real imperial living. Trio Restaurant is a must visit restaurant in this city. Located under a tent-roof atop the wall of a mandir, offers a spectacular view of the whole Jaisalmer.
Jaisalmer to Udaipur:
Udaipur is around 496 km from Jaisalmer, and the roads are in good condition. Udaipur, The City of Romance, is famous for Lakes. City Palace, Monsoon Palace, Lake Palace, Saheliyon ki Bari, Pichola Lake and Fateh Sagar Lake are popular tourist sites in Udaipur.
The Leela Palace is the most luxurious hotel in Udaipur. It offers a spectacular view of Aravali Hills. Natraj Dining Hall and Restaurant, the great eating outlet of Udaipur is famous for its authentic flavours.
The journey back to Udaipur from Delhi is around 662 km. The two cities are connected by National Highway NH78 and NH8. It takes approximately 10 hours to complete this journey.