Udaipur is famous for its hills, ornate palaces, intricate temples, stately Havelis, and striking lakes. Browse through several Udaipur Tour Packages at TrueHAB. On Udaipur Tours, you can discover Rajput-era forts, museums, galleries, traditional festivals, and rich culture. Aravalli hills separate the city from the Thar desert. Tour to Udaipur is awash with regal past, bygone-era palatial architecture, grand edifices, and vibrant bazaars. Lush green hills of Aravallis, whitewashed streets, picturesque lakeside bathing ghats, elevated slopes, and picturesque panorama are other experiences that Udaipur Trip Plan covers.
Udaipur is compared to Venice in Italy because five beautiful azure water lakes surround it - The Udai Sagar Lake, Lake Pichola, Jaisamand Lake, Fateh Sagar, and Rajsamand Lake. Rich Rajasthani culture brims with opulent craft, dance, and music forms.
Pamper yourself with mouth-watering Rajasthani cuisines and delicious food. Go on a shopping spree at Shilpgram, Bada Bazaar, Mochiwada Bazaar to buy Bandhani sarees, handmade juttis, silver jewelry, bags, and authentic Rajasthani handicrafts. Spoil yourself with trekking, paragliding, cycling tours, helicopter ride, sunset boat rides.
Maharana Udai Singh II founded Udaipur as the capital of the Mewar Kingdom. Apart from the primary language, Hindi, the dialects of Mewari, Marwari, and Wagdi are also spoken in Udaipur.
The Mewar festival takes place in the month of March-April every year to celebrate the arrival of spring. This festival coincides with the Gangaur festival. Women adorn the idols of Isar(Lord Shiva) and goddess Gangaur(Parvati) and carry them in a procession to Gangaur Ghat at Pichola Lake. Some of the cultural events include Ghoomar and Kalbeliya dances and traditional songs amid glittering fireworks.
Udaipur experiences a moderate tropical climate throughout the year. It is usually hot due to the desert area. The best season to visit Udaipur is winters, when the weather is pleasant with the most negligible heat and humidity.
Udaipur packages from Delhi, Udaipur tour packages from Ahmedabad, and other major cities are readily available for your convenience when you are in any part of the country. Tourists can select a suitable Udaipur package to experience all must-visit places. Book your Udaipur Tour Package at the best price with TrueHAB.
Udaipur Trip Cost
Looking for Udaipur Trip Cost? Check Udaipur Packages based on duration and price for a beautiful trip.
|Udaipur Tour Packages||Duration||Price (per person)|
|Short Trip To Udaipur||3 days- 2 Nights||INR 6,000|
|The Lake City Udaipur||4 days-3 Nights||INR 6,705|
|Udaipur Honeymoon Package - 5 Days||5 days- 4 Nights||INR 13,950|
|Udaipur Holiday Package||5 days- 4 Nights||INR 5,760|
|Beautiful Udaipur||4 days-3 Nights||INR 7,277|
Ideal Itinerary for Udaipur Tour Package
Refer to an ideal itinerary for Udaipur Tour Package for a great vacation to cherish. It covers all major tourist attractions in Land of the Mystique.
Day 1- Arrival at Jaipur
You can visit some of the major attractions of Rajasthan like the Lake Palace, Jagmandir Island, Vintage car museum and Shilpgram. You can witness the sunset at the Monsoon Palace.
Day 2- Udaipur Sightseeing
You can visit the City Palace, Jagdish Temple & Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir to marvel at the contrasting culture and extraordinary history. You may be taken to the Pratap Memorial, an 18th-century monument which is perched on the top of Pearl Hill in Udaipur.
Day 3- Mount Abu Arrival
You can go to visit the 11th century Dilwara Jain Temple which is famous for its extraordinary architecture and marvellous stone carvings. You can relax on your cruise through the Nakki Lake at Sunset.
Day 4- Magic of Mount Abu
You can visit the heart of Mount Abu which is the Nakki Lake, a major attraction of the place. You can take a walk to the bank of the river & notice the eccentric rock formations alongside.
Day 5- Departure
You can end your magical vacation with so many beautiful memories and return home.
Best Places to Visit in Udaipur
Udaipur Tourist Places comprise iconic landmarks to make the most of your visit. We share the best Udaipur Places to Visit.
1- Saheliyon Ki Bari (Garden of maids)
Saheliyon ki Bari was built by Maharana Sangram Singh in the 18th century on the banks of Fateh Sagar Lake as a relaxing spot for the queen and her maids. The literal meaning of Saheli is a friend or maid in Hindi. Maharana gifted this garden to the queen and her 48 maidens that accompanied her after marriage. Queen and her female companions used to stroll and spend leisure time here for recreation.
Lush green lawns, bougainvillea flowers, marble art, and kiosks in the center of the pool alongside the Lotus pool set the romantic mood. Later, Maharana Bhopal Singh built a pavilion of rain fountains (elephant-shaped) imported from England.
It houses a small museum with a massive collection of stuffed animals like a cobra and royal households.
2- Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum
This museum showcases the rich folk history and culture of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat. You can develop an in-depth understanding of exquisite refinement and traditions in even a tiny aspect.
Mihir Chaudhary set up Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum in 1952 to popularize folk culture in arts, dances, and literature. Its 44 years old enthralling collection reflects the age-old charm and captivates people to a new form of artistic pleasures. Ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, rural-dresses, folk deities, folk musical instruments, and paintings
Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum exhibits an exclusive collection of articles representing the folk culture of Rajasthan. These are ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, rural dresses, folk deities, folk musical instruments, and paintings.
3- Jagdish Temple
Jagdish Temple, earlier known as Jagannath Rai temple, is one of the largest temples of Lord Vishnu. The temple stands out as the best architectural wonders of the Mewar dynasty with the Indo-Aryan architectural style. The temple construction conformed to the Vastushastra(Architectural Science).
The three-storied temple stands on a raised platform with carved pillars, airy halls, painted walls, and intricately decorated ceilings. Two elephant statues greet the devotees at the entrance. An inscription at the entry gate shows the contribution of Maharana Jagat Singh to the temple.
4- Badi Lake(Jiyan Sagar)
Badi Lake is an artificial freshwater lake. Maharana Raj Singh I built this lake between 1652-1680 to countervail the disastrous effects of a famine. He named it Jiyan Sagar after his mother, Jana Devi. Its serene and calm ambiance provides a view of a never-ending expanse from Bahubali hills. Three artistic chhatris (kiosks or pavilions) grace its 155 square kilometer area and a dam 180 meters long and 18 meters wide. Badi Lake is the least explored or known to people.
5- Marvel Water Park
Marvel Water Park was the first amusement water park in Udaipur. It is ideal for a one-day trip with kids amidst the beauty of lush green trees. The water slides, rain dance, dry slides thrill both parents and kids to the core. Wave pool, adventure pool, and activity pool are other outlets to spend time in the water. The mushroom waterfall draws visitors. Other significant slides are Pendulum slides, zigzag slides, capsule slides, dry landing splash slides, and colorful 12 mega slides. The kid’s pool with 12 slides is exclusively for children.
6- Sukhadia Circle Fountain
It is a favorite recreational spot in Udaipur. White marble has been used to construct this three-tiered water fountain surrounded by a pond and garden. Sukhadia Circle Fountain is named after the one-time Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Mohan Lal Sukhadia.
Fantastic street and Rajasthani food are available at affordable prices here. Pao Bhaji, Dabeli, Gol Gappa, Bhelpuri Vada Pao, Faluda Icecreams are some of the specialties at food stalls. You can enjoy delectable delicacies and experience the beauty of the fountain for one or two hours with your family and friends in the evening. Boat Ride, camel or horse ride, play zones are other attractions at this picnic spot.
7- Mewar Biodiversity Park
Gamdhar forest area in Aberi forest block is home to Mewar Biodiversity Park. This park aims at educating students, environmentalists, research scholars, and departmental employees on biodiversity.
Biodiversity encompasses different forms of life, such as man, animals, and plants in the universe. This park is home to 63 species of trees, 33 types of shrubs, 37 kinds of creepers, 117 varieties of under shrubs and herbs, 38 species of grasses, three types of parasites, and two species of pteridophytes, and one sort of bamboo.
8- Karni Mata Temple
Shri Mansapurna Karni Mata Temple is located on the Machala Magra Hills near the Doodh Talai Lake. Karni Mata is regarded as the reincarnation of Goddess Durga. Natives and devotees rever rats in the main shrine of Mata Karni.
Temple was built between 1620 and 1628 and later developed in the year 1997. You can view the whole city and lakes from the temple.
9- Doodh Talai Musical Garden
Doodh Talai Musical Garden is the first musical fountain at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Park in Rajasthan. The dazzling sunset point and stunning Lake Pichola give you the most incredible views.
Manikya Lal Verma Garden, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Park, and Karni Mata temple are three attractions of Dudh Talai Lake. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Park houses a musical fountain.
10- Lake Pichola
Lake Pichola is an artificial lake right in the middle of Udaipur city. Banjara tribesman, Pichhu Banjara, built this lake in 1362 AD during the reign of Maharana Lakha. Lake is named after the nearby village Picholi. Sunrise and sunset views are the most enchanting on the lake. Palaces, temples, mansions, ghats, islands, and restaurants flank this beautiful lake. Its depth is 30 feet with a length of 3 miles and a width of 2 miles.
Jag Niwas, Jag Mandir, Mohan Mandir, and Arsi Vilas are the four main islands on the lake. Maharana Udai Singh enlarged the lake further with the construction of a dam on the shore of the lake.
Lake Palace is a heritage hotel on Jag Niwas, and Jag Mandir has the famous Lake Garden Palace. Mewar kings used to see the Gangaur festival celebration from Mohan Mandir island. Maharanas built a small beautiful palace on Arsi Vilas to enjoy the sunset on the lake. Arsi Vilas is home to a sanctuary of birds such as tufted ducks, cormorants, coots, egrets, terns, and kingfishers. Sitamata Game Sanctuary is another attraction around the lake. Boats run to other parts of the lake from Bansi Ghat.
11- The Monsoon Palace (Sajjan Garh Palace)
Maharana Sajjan Singh built a magnificent and stunning palatial residence on the Bansdara peak of Aravalli hills in 1884. The palace provides an arresting view of the City Palace, Lake Fateh Sagar, countryside, and the King’s ancestral home, Chittorgarh.
The Royal family used to feast their eyes on the monsoon clouds from Sajjangarh Palace, which is why the palace is known as Monsoon Palace. It also served as a hunting lodge for the royal family.
Marble pillars form the foundation of the fort. These marble pillars have been carved with exclusive motifs of flowers and leaves. Lime mortar was used for plastering the palace walls. The central court has a staircase, several quarters, and rooms. Rajasthani architecture reflects in the domes, fountains, jharokhas, and high turrets.
Maharana Sajjan Singh was a visionary developer in the Mewar dynasty and ruled for ten years from 1874 to 1884. Initially, it was planned to build nine stories with white marble. The plan had to be shelved due to the premature death of Maharana Sajjan Singh. Later, his successor, Maharana Fateh Singh, completed the palace.
The most attractive site is the sunset point with golden-orange light. The palace is decorated with fairy lights at night to give a beautiful view. Carry a camera to click lovely images.
Shilpgram means the village of artisans. It is an attempt to preserve the art and craft of traditional Rajasthan. Rural and indigenous people showcase their crafts. Aravali ranges surround this beautiful village spread over 70 acres. Old architectural huts built using mud display the ethnic diversity of western India. Of total 26 huts, five from Rajasthan, five from Maharashtra, five from Goa, and seven from Gujarat make up Shilpgram. This village portrays the rural life of artisans and the workspace of occupational dwellers.
This festival is an amalgamation of rural and urban arts as urban ceramists, designers, visual artists come together with rural workers to create fabulous art pieces for exhibitions every day.
You can watch tribal and folk dances during a festival celebration at an open-air amphitheater with a seating facility for about 8000 onlookers. Around 700 artists perform at the open auditorium at sunset.