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Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur 8 Nights

8 Nights   3 Hotel

Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur 8 Nights

Udaipur - 8N

Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Pushkar & Ajmer 10 Nights

10 Nights   3 Hotel

Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Pushkar & Ajmer 10 Nights

New Delhi - 1N, Shimla - 2N, Manali - 2N, New Delhi - 1N, Agra - 1N, Ajmer - 1N, Jaipur - 2N

Mount Abu, Jaipur & Chandigarh 7 Nights

7 Nights   3 Hotel

Mount Abu, Jaipur & Chandigarh 7 Nights

Jaipur - 2N, Bikaner - 1N, Jaisalmer - 1N, Jodhpur - 1N, Udaipur - 2N

9 Nights Ajmer, Bikaner, Shimla & Manali

9 Nights   3 Hotel

9 Nights Ajmer, Bikaner, Shimla & Manali

Jodhpur - 9N

16 Nights Rajasthan & Himachal

16 Nights   3 Hotel

16 Nights Rajasthan & Himachal

Udaipur - 2N, Ajmer - 2N, Bikaner - 2N, Jodhpur - 2N, Jaisalmer - 2N, Pushkar - 2N, Mount Abu - 2N, Jaipur - 2N

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There are many places to explore, but if you have time constrain, then you can still explore the state in 3 days. We have listed the places to visit in Rajasthan in 3 days. Explore these places and enjoy the best time of your life
Jaisalmer
Located in the heart of Thar Desert, Jaisalmer, the land of Golden City is known for its sun-soaked sand dunes and rich exuberant forts. Being listed as the top cities of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer should be your first day trip out of the three. Don't miss the aerial view of the prince sitting on the edge of sand dunes. If you are visiting Rajasthan in January-February, then don't miss the Desert Festival. However, the best time to visit Jaisalmer is November and late January when the climate is chilled out.
Jaipur-The Pink City
Start your 2nd day journey with the pink city of Rajasthan- Jaipur. Founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1927, Jaipur is the most tourist flocking city in Rajasthan. Blended with historic and modernity, Jaipur has many things to explore. From City Palace, Amber Fort and Palace, Jantar Mantar, Birla Mandir, etc., you must enjoy your moment by engaging in desert safari, shopping for Rajasthani crafts and other things. Each aspect of Jaipur is royal and must be enjoyed to the fullest.
Pushkar
The third and the last day of your trip dedicate Pushkar, where the largest camel fair takes place. The festival is known for its colour riot and is visited by tourists globally. The city also houses Brahma Temple and is the only temple in India. There is a Pushkar Lake which is a Hindu pilgrimage having several Ghats makes the perfect location to visit. Don't miss the evening aarti and if you are a photographer, then this is the best place to visit.
Conclusion
There are many other places like Udaipur, Ajmer, Bikaner, and others which are worth exploring and enjoying the moment of your life. The listed places to visit in Rajasthan in 3 days should be enjoyed at your best. Make sure you book your accommodation way in advance.


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