blue city of rajasthan, jodhpur, houses and walls are painted blue, thus giving it's name as blue city.

Jodhpur Full Day Sightseeing

Sightseeing Starts
Preferred Arrival timings:
from 08:00 AM
Preferred Departure timings:
After 04:30 PM

Start off the sighseeing from your airport/ railway-station arrival, you will see an envoy of ours holding a patching-board of your name.

mehrangarh fort, a hilltop fort overlooking the blue city, known for its imposing architecture, towering walls, and intricate carvings by namaste holiday Visit the historic hilltop fort Mehrangarh Fort- standing on a 122m high hill, gives a splendid view of the blue city, like Amer Fort of Jaipur, it also has numerous constituent attractions such as Sheesh Mahal, Phool Mahal, Jhanki Mahal, and many more. The fort also constitues two temples- Chamunda Devi Temple dedicated to Goddess Durga and Nagnechi Mandir dedicated to their (the royal family) Kuldevi . You'll also find a Museum named "Mehrangarh Museum" containing the preserved collection of the previous royal families' records.
After that, visit the nearby attraction- Jaswant Thada- also referred to as "Taj Mahal of Marwar" due to the use of white marble in its making. It is a cremation site for the royal rajput family of Jodhpur (Marwar). umaid bhawan palace, part royal residece, part luxury hotel, and remaining part as museum for tourists displaying numerous royal artefacts.

clock tower or ghanta ghar in jodhpur is the prime attraction for local taste of jodhpur in terms of spices, traditional items, and many more by namaste holiday Pause the sightseeing for some time and we can have a lunch break now. Post lunch, we'll resume the Blue City sightseeing.
Visit Umaid Bhawan Palace- like many other palaces in Rajasthan, one part of it is where royal family resides, and the remaining part is accessible to the tourists in the form of hotels+museum. Enjoy exploring the museum of one of the largest royal residence of the world.
These were the 03 historic monuments of Jodhpur and these are mostly visited in the Jodhpur sightseeing. So if time permits, we can visit some side-attractions such as Clock Tower, Mandore Garden, Kalyana Lake, and Toor Ji Ka Jhalra Bavdi.
If you want to visit the old city area of Jodhpur then you can visit Clock Tower- also known as "Ghanta Ghar" an d"The Spice Market", and nearby to it the popular local market- Sadar Market. You'll find a lot of shops selling different variety of products such as handicrafts, spices, jewellery, and many more. Usually visited when one wants to spend their leisure time seeing the busy alleys,the shops, and the people (both local and tourists).

This marks the end of our blue city sightseeing after covering the prominent attractions and capturing a lot of memories to remember.

Sighseeing Ends
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    The first historic monument to visit in Jodhpur is Mehrangarh Fort, an imposing hilltop fort known for its breathtaking architecture, intricate carvings, and panoramic views of the Blue City.

    Near Mehrangarh Fort, you can visit Jaswant Thada, also known as the "Taj Mahal of Marwar," a beautiful white marble cenotaph dedicated to the royal Rajput family of Jodhpur.

    Umaid Bhawan Palace is a must-visit destination where you can explore the museum showcasing various royal artifacts. Part of the palace is also a luxury hotel and serves as a residence for the royal family.

    Yes, if time permits, you can visit some side-attractions such as Clock Tower (Ghanta Ghar), Mandore Garden, Kalyana Lake, and Toor Ji Ka Jhalra Bavdi, which add to the overall experience of the tour.

    The local market around Clock Tower, known as Sadar Market, offers a delightful experience of traditional shopping. You can find a wide variety of products, including handicrafts, spices, jewelry, and more.

    The three most prominent and must-visit historic monuments in Jodhpur are Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, and Umaid Bhawan Palace. These attractions showcase the rich heritage and culture of the city.

    Yes, it is possible to cover Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace, and some of the side-attractions in one day, provided you plan your time effectively and manage the visit accordingly. Check out our Jodhpur Day Tour Page for more info about timings and sightseeing.

    It is recommended to start early in the day (around 09:00 AM) to make the most of your sightseeing tour. Wear comfortable footwear as some places involve walking. Carry a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun during the outdoor visits.