Trip to Rajasthan - Suggestions needed.

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    A few of us are planning on a trip to Rajasthan in August. Train Tickets haven't been booked yet btw [​IMG]

    The current plan is to reach Jodhpur by train (on some day) and then head out to Jaisalmer --> Bikaner --> pushkar --> ajmer --> jaipur

    Is this plan feasible? I mean is this the right way around Rajasthan? and how to get around Rajasthan -- trains, buses?


    Any and every suggestion to refine this crude plan totally welcome [​IMG]

    PS: since the ticks haven't been booked yet, we might even drop the plan. apna koi bharosa nahin [​IMG]
     
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    Er What? I was only answering your question. You could go at Bhangarh, if you really wish so.

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    Don't forget to go to Udaipur IMO.
     
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    If you are coming to Rajasthan, then do visit the city of lakes- Udaipur.
     
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    What do you think is the right way to cover all the places mentioned (and Udaipur as well)

    Jodhpur -?

    and if you could, please help me out with the time needed to cover a particular city, best way to get across cities and places to visit etc etc..
     
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    oh..why couldn't I think of that? :|
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    Hi,

    You could reach Jaipur (Mysore-Jaipur Express), then go to Ajmer just 2 - 2 1/2 hrs from bus, Pushkar is near Ajmer.

    Then to Johhpur, Jaiselmer, Bikaner, Ranthambor(if you like wild life).

    Udaipur is a must visit place if you are coming to Rajasthan.
     
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