One of the standout tourist destinations in Rajasthan, Jodhpur offers elegant forts and lip-smacking Rajasthani food. In this article, a 5-day itinerary is designed especially for you and your loved ones, to enjoy the beauty of the ‘Blue City’. Admire the magnificent Rajput architecture and soak in the local culture and the vibrancy of Jodhpur - things that will make your trip to this city the perfect family vacation.
Your Club Mahindra membership will ensure that you live it up during your stay in Jodhpur as well as the nearby city Jaisalmer. You can start your day by exploring the most popular attraction among the places to visit in Jodhpur, the Mehrangarh Fort, which is an architectural marvel with a magnificent view and an inviting rooftop restaurant.
The nearby Jaswant Thada is a royal architectural beauty, which houses many stunning gazebos, manicured garden, and a lake. You can dine while enjoying the stunning night view of Mehrangarh Fort at Pal Haveli, a roof-top multi-cuisine restaurant.
On Day 2, you can visit the Umaid Bhawan, one of the world's largest private residences and, of course, one of the popular Jodhpur tourist places. Just adjacent to Umaid Bhawan is the Hanwant Mahal, a heritage property turned into a luxury restaurant, which offers stunning views of the city and the Umaid Bhawan Palace. You can visit Sadar Market to sum up the day and look at buying exotic spices, authentic Rajasthani handicrafts, textiles, jewellery, clothing etc.
On the third day, you are ready to check out some of the remaining attractions in Jodhpur. Do so by taking a trip to the famous Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park. You can enjoy the ecologically-conserved park with its flora and fauna at a languid pace or plan a quick trip to the Mandore Garden before retiring for the day and preparing for the next part of the itinerary.
After three memorable days in Jodhpur, you can head out to Jaisalmer early in the morning of Day 4. Jaisalmer will take you approximately six hours by road. After checking yourself in the Club Mahindra Jaisalmer Resort, you can enjoy some fun-filled boating in the Gadsisar Lake while enjoying the views of temples and shrines on its shoreline.
You can then visit Jaisalmer Fort, the second oldest fort in Rajasthan before indulging in some shopping of local silver jewellery, vibrantly-coloured puppets, and embroidered mojris and jootis.
Let Day 5 be for exploring the adventurous part of you with parasailing, paramotoring, quad biking, dune bashing, and also some desert safari. It will be a hectic day filled adrenaline-charged activities. Let the Club Mahindra Jaisalmer Resort welcome you back as you return to relax and prepare for the return journey.
You will end your trip bidding goodbye to the comfort of the stunningly beautiful resort, the Pratap Niwas of Jodhpur and Club Mahindra Jaisalmer Resort. Both are known for providing plush rooms that are very comfortable and fitted with the most modern of amenities.
The Pratap Niwas resort in Jodhpur is named after Maharana Pratap Singh of Mewar and boasts of a luxurious swimming pool and elaborate dining facilities giving it an inimitable old-world charm. Club Mahindra reviews, available online, will help you make up your mind and choose the perfect holiday partner to make your family vacation a memorable one.
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