In Jodhpur, the Sun City, you will find magnificent palaces, forts, and temples that will delight any travel enthusiast. Jodhpur, also known as the Blue City, has many house walls, cafes, antiques, and interiors that are blue in color. A desert safari is something that you should not miss when visiting the Blue City. The vast sand deserts of Jodhpur are home to blackbucks and foxes. You can take a camel trek through the dunes to mesmerize the moment and take home memories that you will cherish forever. Jodhpur is located in Rajasthan, the land of the Royals. The historic forts of this city have a rich heritage that reflects the architectural heritage and splendor of the past.
The Blue City Is Reckoning: Pack Your Travel Bags
When visiting Jodhpur city, do not forget to visit the best places and some alluring palaces. The city is famous for its mouth-watering sweets and food that identify the culture, like Mirch Bada and Mawa Kachori, which you will find very delicious.
Madvik Retreat offers you the perfect heritage homestay in Jodhpur and provides a stay with on-site dining and free WiFi. Vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike can enjoy North Indian, continental, and Rajasthani cuisines at our homestay. Our trained cooks serve you 24×7 and give you the best experience in Jodhpur.
Explore The Magnificent Mehrangarh Fort!
Mehrangarh Fort, the majestic fort, lies 150 meters high on top of a hill. The wonderful structure is a masterpiece of architectural excellence and rich heritage—one of the largest forts in India that were built in the year 1459 by Rao Jodha. Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, and Chamunda Mataji Temple are some beautiful sights you can visit inside the palace. One can enjoy a Blue view of the entire city of Jodhpur from the top of the fort.
Umaid Bhavan Palace is popular for its designs and architecture, which greatly attracts tourists. A part of the palace is converted into a heritage hotel that provides a rich royal experience to its visitors.
A Night Stay in The Desert
Camp and tent stay in the desert is an amazing experience. You will find the quiet starry night away from the hustle-bustle of the city. You can enjoy a quiet and peaceful night in these desert camps. The camp stays are equipped with tents and all other facilities like live music, campfires in the evening, and jeep safaris in the Thar Desert.
Bishnoi Village is a small village known for its cultural activities. It’s a popular tourist spot where one can go for cane spotting and a village walk. Amidst the setting of a typical village lifestyle, you can live in luxury accommodations and encounter some unforgettable moments. As a nature enthusiast who loves to explore all the aspects of natural beauty, you can come across some finest glimpses of the cultural life of Marwar.
Camel Safari in The Desert
An exciting adventure you will never want to miss!
If you want to experience a camel safari, Jodhpur is the right destination. The huge Thar desert is famous for tourists from all over the world. A charismatic ride on the infertile dunes on a camel’s back is one of the thrilling and exciting encounters to explore the hidden secrets of the Thar.
A heritage homestay Jodhpur offers beautiful accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning, a lounge, and a terrace. A pure vegetarian breakfast will be served in the morning.
The Sun City is dipped in a rich historical legacy of the Rajputana. You can visit the Jaswant Thada, an excellent architectural specimen of built-in fine marble, and Umaid Bhawan Palace, another great example of British architecture. Some other attractions are Khejarla Fort, Clock Tower, Girdikot, and Sardar market.
In Rajasthan’s “Blue City,” Jodhpur, lies the Toorji ka Jhalra Baoli, an old stepwell. This ancient stepwell displays the imaginative purity and inventiveness of bygone eras. A stop at this stepwell is often on the itinerary of tourists interested in Jodhpur’s rich history.
Maharaja Sardar Singh built the Ghanta Ghar clock tower almost 200 years ago. An instantly recognizable structure marks the beginning of Old Jodhpur and is often called “the clock tower of Rajasthan.” It offers a panoramic view of the city from its top. It is the focal point of Jodhpur’s busiest and largest marketplace, where residents sell and promote various goods and services. If you are interested in learning more about Jodhpur’s history and culture, you might want to visit its markets and tower.
Sardar Market, named after the deposed king, is one of the most famous street markets in the vicinity of the clock tower. This area is home to a wide variety of people from various backgrounds. The illumination of the tower at night completes a successful day of shopping in this abundant market.
Exploit the Royal Tradition and Culture
The royal city has a traditional Marwari culture. The exquisite things like handicrafts, folk dance and music, the ghoomar dance, and the colorful attire of local Marwadi people. Jodhpur is a shopper’s paradise for handicrafts and traditional wooden products. The Sardar Market has a variety of handicrafts, silverware, antiques, and textile shops. The stock is amazing, and the shopkeepers are lively and always smiling. Jodhpur is famous for Dal Baati Choorma and delicious snacks, Kaju samosa, shahi samosa, mawa kachori, and pyaj kachori.
Nirali Dhani with its fantastic Rajasthani menu condenses the cultural bonanza in a single plate. The thali serves unlimited food for as much as you wish to eat. The place displays the true essence of Rajasthani architecture, touted as one of the most famous 3-star village resorts. The food will surely tantalize your senses and satisfy the hunger for true Rajasthan culture, vigor, and texture.
Madvik Retreat provides a luxurious homestay in Jodhpur for you and your family. They provide a comfortable homestay with all the amenities and complete safety.