The Mewar Light and Sound show is no easy feat. Held every night at Manek Chowk in the City Palace, this extravaganza condenses the history of the Mewar kingdom into 1 atmospheric hour and 12 spectacular episodes. You’ll witness magic shows, puppet dances, folk dances, tribal dances, and many more! The show plays both in Hindu and English, so everyone is welcome to join.
Step into the world of legends by heading to Chittorgarh Fort. Form your hotel, you'll head out to the fort and straight to Padmini Palace, a three-storey structure, and explore its outer walls painted white as it overlooks a pleasant lotus pool. Then you'll head to Vijay Stambh, a momnument constructed by Rana Kumbha. Then you head to Kirti Stambh to see its seven story tower and five foot statue. You'll hear many tales about this incredible palace, including its origins, where it was said to have been crated by the legendary hero Bhim from the famous epic tale the Mahabharata.
Discover two of Udaipur's most significant historic and cultural sights! From your hotel, you'll head to Kumbhalargh Fort, the second most important citadel after Chittorgarh in the Mewar region. Built in the 15th century AD by Rana Kumbha, the site is full of history that your English speaking guide will enlighten you on. You'll see the Kumbha Palace, Jhalaia Ka Malia Mansion and the spectacular Palace in the Clouds. After lunch, you'll head to Ranakpur Jain Temple in Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan.
Watch the beautiful panoramic views of the city from the comfort of an Indian palace. Your evening activity will kick off with a convenient pick up service from your hotel within Udaipur. From there, you will take a relaxing boat ride to Jag Mandir Palace, situated on an island in Lake Pichola. The spectacular 17th century built palace was completed under the reign of three Maharanas, so you’ll see each period’s influence on its architecture. Explore its marble corridors and impressive entrance flanked by statues of four large elephants. Take a glance at the scenic backdrop of Aravalli hills as you enjoy your memorable dining experience on the palace grounds with your family, friends, or special someone.
This Heritage walk of Udaipur takes you through its streets to uncover the city's history and culture. You'll meet your English speaking guide at the Palace Gate where you'll learn about the City Palace and appreciate its architectural fusion of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. From here, you can get excellent photographs of the panorama of the city. Then you'll walk through the streets to Ganghaur Ghat, at the waterfront of Lake Pichola. It's a site of celebration and amazingly colorful.
Head out from your hotel to see on of Udaipur's most historically rich sites: Kumbhalgarh Fort. You'll be able to explore this majestic structure rising 1180 meter high from sea level, with a splendid view of the Arvali Mountains. You'll be able to learn of its rich history when it served the ruler of Mewar and the legendary king Maharana Pratap. Within it is the famed Kumbha Palace, and the famed Badal Mahal, otherwise known as the Palace of the Clouds, which stands at its highest point.
Witness the beautiful sights and sounds of 18th century India at the Bagore Ki Haveli mansion. Indulge in an hour and a half dance show that features both tribal and folk dances with music played on folk instruments like the ghumat, camel, zany, shehnai, and surt. Hotel pick ups and drop offs are included, so all you need to do is to enjoy the night of entrancing dances and music.
Looking to learn more about local religious culture? This 7 hour tour to the Rankpur Jain Temple complex with an English speaking guide is where you'll get a quick comprehensive overview. From your hotel, you'll proceed to Rankpur and to the Jain Temple itself, and get a full view of its intricate and almost visually arresting architecture. The temple is named after the provincial monarch Rana Kumbha who supported and encouraged the construction of these temples. You'll explore this temple complex's hidden sites and other smaller surrounding temples, taking in the sacred atmosphere and discovering the poignancy of the site both in history as well as in a religious setting for the locals.