• Maldives to Ajmer Tour Packages

    Experience the glorious past of Ajmer with our well-curated holiday tour packages from Maldives. Immerse into the rich cultural tapestry of this historical city nestled in Rajasthan, India. Discover the famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah, a sacred Sufi shrine, and soak in the spiritual ambiance. Travel around the ancient forts and palaces, immerse in Rajputana grandeur and glory. This all-inclusive holiday package offers seamless travel arrangements, including accommodation, transportation, and guided tours, to ensure a hassle-free journey. Indulge in authentic Rajasthani cuisine and vibrant local markets.

    Let us customize a remarkable trip to Ajmer, blending tradition, spirituality, and adventure for an amazing getaway.

    About Ajmer:
    With the famous Dargah Sharif and historical importance, these places to visit in Ajmer vouches to leave you spellbound and wanting for more. Famous for its vibrant Mughal era history and religious attractions, Ajmer in Rajasthan draws tourists from all over the world throughout the year. Whether you're a history buff or a nature lover, you're bound to find a home in Ajmer. The famous places in Ajmer cater to those with a spiritual bent of mind.

    Places to visit in Ajmer:
    Dargah Sharif – Dedicated to Khwaja Gharib Nawaz Dargah Sharif is a revered Sufi Shrine and a significant pilgrimage site attracting devotees. It's the final resting place of the great Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, famously known as Khwaja Gharib Nawaz.

    Adhai Din ka Jhonpra – On the outskirts of the city Adhai Din ka Jhonpra is a mosque and is one of the best places to visit in Ajmer. Constructed in 1153 took only two and a half days, Adhai din ka Jhonpra was originally built as a Sanskrit college, but in 1198 Mohammed of Ghori seized Ajmer.

    Durga Bagh – A charming garden on the banks of the majestic Ana Sagar Lake. The garden was built by Maharaja Shiv Dan in 1868 AD. The marble pavilions were built on the premises of the Daulat Bagh.

    Foy Sagar Lake – An artificial lake near the city of Ajmer, Foy Sagar Lake is named after Mr. Foy, an Englishman credited with its planning and construction. This place offers a panoramic view of the towering Aravalli peaks that surround Ajmer.

    Taragarh Fort – Built in the 12th century AD, Taragarh Fort dates back to the Chauhan empire. One of the top places to visit, the stunning hillfort is known for its brilliant architecture, with its three massive gateways being its greatest assets.

    Pushkar – The renowned holy town of Rajasthan, Pushkar is often discovered on a same-day excursion from Ajmer. The holy sites and peaceful surroundings of the sacred town will surely overwhelm your heart and soul.

    Ajmer Urs Festival:
    The annual Urs Festival takes place in Ajmer's notable Dargah Sharif, which commemorates the anniversary of the death of Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chishti. The saint preached tolerance of all religions and gave a message of love. Many tourists or pilgrims gather here to offer prayers to the saint.

    How to reach Ajmer from the Maldives?
    To reach Ajmer from the Maldives by air, travellers typically need to take a flight to an international airport in India, such as Delhi, Mumbai, or Bengaluru. From Male International Airport, there are many direct flights to major Indian cities.

    Once you are in India, travellers can book a suitable connecting flight to Jaipur International Airport, which is the nearest airport to Ajmer, located around 135 kms away. There are various transportation options, including taxis, buses, or car rentals in Jaipur to reach Ajmer. The road journey from Jaipur to Ajmer takes around 2-3 hours by road, depending on traffic conditions. It is advisable to plan the journey and check for flight schedules and transportation options for a smooth travel experience.

    Best Time to Visit in Ajmer:
    The ideal time to visit Ajmer is from October to March, during the winter season. This duration offers pleasant weather with temperatures ranging from 15 to 25 degree Celsius, making it ideal for exploring the city's major attractions. The winter months also coincide with the festival season, including the famous Pushkar Camel Fair in November, adding vibrance to the atmosphere. Moreover, this time of the year is also suitable for visiting Ajmer as you can enjoy sightseeing of the city to the fullest.

    Travellers in Maldives seeking a remarkable sacred experience in Ajmer and Rajasthan. The heartwarming welcome of locals will surely win the hearts and souls of travellers. If you are someone planning for a relaxing escape, then Rajasthan is a place to be.

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