Explore Ajmer's historical attractions and spiritual allure beginning in the central region of West Bengal. Our Ajmer vacation packages provide a smooth travel experience, including rail or air transport, cozy lodging, and well-chosen tourist activities. Explore the many sights of Ajmer, such as Taragarh Fort and Ana Sagar Lake, and immerse yourself in the city's spiritual aura by paying a visit to the hallowed Ajmer Sharif Dargah. This package guarantees a thorough study of Ajmer, from its busy streets to its quiet corners. From West Bengal to the centre of Ajmer, experience the warmth and flavors of Rajasthan while travelling on a journey that will never be forgotten.
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Major Highlights of the Tour:
Ajmer Dargah Sharif: Visit Ajmer Sharif Dargah to immerse yourself in the profound spirituality of one of the most well-known Sufi shrines in India. Seek blessings at the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, where qawwali performances and the prayers of pilgrims from all over the world fill the air with a holy atmosphere.
Ana Sagar Lake: Savour the peace of this serene lake. This large artificial lake, surrounded by lovely gardens and marble pavilions, provides a tranquil boat trip where you may enjoy the tranquil waters and take in Ajmer's stunning beauty.
Exploration of Taragarh Fort: One of India's oldest hill forts, Taragarh Fort offers an intimate look into Rajasthan's past. Representing Ajmer's regal heritage, it provides sweeping vistas of the city below. Sample Local Cuisine: Indulge your palate with genuine Rajasthani flavours. Taste the regional specialties of Ajmer, from the fiery "kachoris" to the delicious "malpuas," to enhance your cultural immersion.
Local Bazaar Shopping:Explore Ajmer's vibrant marketplaces to purchase beautiful Rajasthani handicrafts, silver jewellery, tie-dye textiles, and more. For those looking to buy souvenirs, Naya Bazaar and Mahila Mandi are a must-see.
Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra: Admire this architectural marvel, Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra, which skillfully blends Indo-Islamic design. It was once a Sanskrit college before being converted into a mosque. It features pillars with elaborate carvings and a distinctive blend of styles.
How to reach Ajmer?
By Air: Jaipur International Airport is the closest large airport to Ajmer. There are direct and connecting flights to Jaipur from West Bengal. It takes two to three hours by car to go to Ajmer from Jaipur. From Jaipur to Ajmer, there are numerous cab and taxi options available.
By Train: There is good rail connectivity to Ajmer. There are direct trains to Ajmer from major West Bengali cities like Kolkata. The trip gives a relaxing and picturesque view of central India.
By Road: Those who are itching for a road trip can go by car from West Bengal to Ajmer, stopping along the way to see several Indian states and their varied landscapes. Travel enthusiasts have an adventurous alternative despite the lengthy journey.
By Bus: Although there may not be many direct bus routes, it is still possible to go from West Bengal to large cities like Delhi or Jaipur via interstate bus; from there, one can take a cab or another bus to Ajmer.
How do you travel around?
Taxi service in Ajmer is an easy method to get around the city and provides you the freedom to explore at your speed. Tourists can learn about the history of the city from drivers who are fluent in English and frequently available. Choosing a cab is a great option for travellers looking for convenience and effectiveness because it offers air conditioning, comfort, and direct routes to locations.
Suggestions to plan the best tour:
Research and Itinerary Planning: Compile a list of must-see locations, order them according to importance, and design a well-rounded daily schedule.
Make Reservations in Advance: To take advantage of better prices and prevent last-minute problems, book your lodging, transportation, and tickets for unique attractions in advance.
Local Expertise: For in-depth information and cultural insights, think about hiring local guides or going on group trips.
Be Ready for Anything:Always have a fallback plan in place, considering things like weather variations, regional holidays, or unforeseen circumstances.
Pack appropriately: Make sure you have all the necessities and the right clothing based on the destination's climate, culture, and scheduled activities.