Jama Masjid

Majestic Rajasthan with Pushkar Fair

Visit to Golden Triangle along with the City of Lakes Udaipur and a tremendous visit to Pushkar Fair

Every year around November, the small town of Pushkar (Rajasthan) comes alive with the fun and frolic of the world's largest livestock and camel fair. At the fair, you'll come across a large gathering of locals from every corner of Rajasthan and tourists from different parts of the world, for getting a picturesque view of the fair in a hot-air balloon, watching the 'Fusion Band' performances, seeing a number of bizarre competitions, enjoying camel safari in the Thar Desert and shopping till you drop to relishing a wide variety of Rajasthani cuisines, the Pushkar Camel Fair offers tons of attractions for a lifetime experience.

Arrive in Delhi and make yourself comfortable. Later, get ready for a wonderful sightseeing tour of Old and New Delhi, accompanied by a local guide. Drive to Agra where you'll view the unparalleled beauty of the Taj Mahal, built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the loving memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. After visiting the majestic Agra Fort, hit the road again to reach Jaipur, also known as the 'Pink City'. While in Jaipur, view a number of forts and palaces dating back to the Rajput Era. Enjoy an excursion tour to the Amber Fort seated on an elephant’s back. Finally, step into the town of Pushkar to catch all the fun and adventure of the world's largest camel fair. Enjoy fun-filled activities such as camel safari, hot air balloon ride, cricket match, kite flying competition etc. Later, start to explore the town of Pushkar and see Pushkar Lake and the Lord Brahma Temple. Later drive for Deogarh or Devgarh in Rajasthan formerly the city was an estate of the Chundawat Rajputs. The very next day drive for Udaipur.

Have a great time in Udaipur, the 'Lake City' of India. Fly to Delhi for onward destination.

01 Day

Arrive Delhi

On arrival Delhi International Airport meetings & assistance by Max Holidays representative then transfer to hotel for check in. Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi.
02 Day

Delhi sightseeing

Morning breakfast at hotel, meet your tour guide at the hotel then drive for sightseeing of Old and New Delhi. Drive past through Red Fort, Jama Masjid, enjoy rickshaw ride through busy lanes of the famous market Chandni Chowk. Later visit Raj Ghat - the cremation ground of Mahatma Gandhi, Qutub Minar – the tallest Brick Minaret in the world, Humayun's Tomb - referred as the garden tomb and if time permits also visit the Lotus Bahai Temple.
03 Day

Delhi to Agra (204 Kms)

Hit the road to Agra, home of the world's most gorgeous monument of Taj Mahal. Reach Agra and visit the massive Agra Fort which overlooks the Taj from window where Akbar was kept imprisoned by his own son. In the evening before sunset visit Taj Mahal and spend time to know about the history and architecture of this stunning architectural masterpiece. Spare some time to click memorable photographs at the monument. Overnight stay at hotel in Agra.
04 Day

Agra to Jaipur (238 Kms)

Take a drive to Jaipur and 30 kms after Agra stop at Fatehpur Sikri to see the deserted town and fort here. Later visit Galta Temple also popularly known as Monkey Temple among the travelers. Evening spend time tasting delicious local food in a local city restaurant and watching live folk dance performances by local artists. Overnight stay at hotel in Jaipur.
05 Day

Jaipur sightseeing.

Today, enjoy an excursion tour to Amber Fort which is situated on the top of Aravali hill. To reach the entrance of the fort enjoy a decorated elephant ride and feel like a Maharaja and Queen. After visiting the fort, take a city tour of Jaipur visiting the famous City Palace Museum, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar Observatory and also spend some time exploring the markets. Jaipur is world famous for its great handicraft, textiles, carpets and precious or semi-precious stones.
06 Day

Jaipur to Pushkar (150 Kms).

Drive to the town of Pushkar through the busy roads as many hundreds and thousands of travelers are heading to this place to witness the world's largest livestock market and festival. Upon reaching Pushkar stay in your hotel or camp and enjoy witnessing the celebrations and activities.
07 Day

Pushkar festival

The following morning is free to continue enjoying the delights of the Pushkar Camel Fair. Also visit the Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple and other interesting places within the village. A trip to Ajmer can also be organized. Ajmer is the most famous and most spiritual Muslim pilgrimage destination. People and devotees from around the world visit here in a large scale, throughout the year.
08 Day

Pushkar to Deogarh(160 Kms)

Morning breakfast at hotel then drive for Devgarh, also known as Devgad or Deogarh.Here you can find many heritage luxury resorts still managing by royal families. On arrival sightseeing of Deogarh Mahal which is converted into a heritage and luxurious hotel, overnight stay at Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh.
09 Day

Deogarh to Udaipur (130 Kms)

Morning breakfast at hotel then drive for Udaipur which is at a distance of 130 kms. On arrival sightseeing of Udaipur visit City Palace - explore the beautifully decorated rooms with thousands of exquisite, handcrafted mirrors that cover the walls, the ancient ivory doors, City Palace the brightly colored stained glass windows, expansive inlaid marble balconies and the unique peacock courtyard. An auto rickshaw (tuk-tuk) ride is recommended to feel the real essence of the town. In the afternoon enjoy boat ride on Lake Pichola to visit the Lake Palace situated amidst the water body and also Jagmandir Island. Also visit Saheliyon ki Bari – a garden made for 48 attendants who accompanied the princess to Udaipur as a part of the dowry.
10 Day

Fly to Delhi. Departure

After spending a leisurely night at Udaipur today take a flight to Delhi for departure.

What’s Included

Airport Services

Private air conditioned car with driver Company staff for airport assistance


06 nights in handpicked hotels, 01 night in heritage hotel and 02 nights in Deluxe camp


09 Breakfasts, 02 lunches and 02 dinners


All ground transport for sightseeing trips

Guides / Escorts

Expert local tour guides for sightseeing tours


Rickshaw ride, Elephant ride, Camel cart ride, Boat ride and Tuk Tuk (Auto Rickshaw) ride.

Other inclusions

Govt. of India taxes and Company service charges

What’s not included


International or domestic flights are not included

Entry Tickets

Monument and museum tickets

Travel insurance

Please carry a valid travel insurance


Visa fee and charges

Other Fees

Video / still camera fees wherever it is applicable


Meals not specified

Personal expenses

Any kind of personal expenses/bills

Pushkar Fair & Festival Dates 2019, 2020

Event Title/Year Start Date End Date
Pushkar Fair 2019 04 November’2019 12 November’2019
Pushkar Fair 2020 22 November’2020 30 November’2020
02 Reviews Write a Review

Ms. Catherine and Mr. Peter UK

25 November 2016
"I like to start with thanking note to the entire team of Max Holidays for organizing such a fantastic and well organized trip to India for me and my husband. It was our first trip to Asian countries. In the beginning we were little nervous to be frank but the reason for choosing India is because of my friend Anna who shared wonderful stories of India, its people as last year she traveled to India.

I was so fascinated and moved by the way she narrated her story and experience. It was an inner call that I should visit this beautiful and incredible country. Anna insisted me not to miss Pushkar fair and also referred me Max Holidays who give personalized and tailor made package and that is what I was looking for. I came in contact with Ms. Vidushi who listened to every tinny details of our requirement and put together an amazing tour plan for us. It was very impressive tour plan and we could not ask for more. When we arrived in India, we were greeted in Indian style with garland and Tikka and after that, it was like living a long awaited dream. Everything was exceptionally well like the hotels chosen for our stay, our driver Mr. Kailash who was not just good but was great, guide in every location was good except the guide in Bundi who did his job but was not so good in English but yes a place like Bundi which is not so popular so it was acceptable. Main highlight of the trip was Pushkar fair which is considered as the world’s largest cattle fair. We participated in many activities like playing cricket, dancing with local folk dance group and many more.. An outstanding way to get closer to Indian culture.

Thanks once again Max and Ms. Vidushi for putting up such a wonderful trip for us and we will sure that we will return back next year and this time for Kerala as I am reading a programme on your brochure about Kerala. Stay in touch and keep up the good work. "

Maria G California

20 November 2017
"Dear Max,
I travelled to Pushkar in the year 2017 during the Pushkar Fair which is held once in a year. In 2017 it started in the end of October. I and my husband arrived in Delhi then we had visited many places, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Udaipur & Deogarh. I heard about Pushkar Fair from one of my friend and found it quiet interesting, so I thought taking a trip to this place with my husband. While searching I came across the website of Max Holidays and found their itinerary interesting, so decided to ask them to make arrangements. The staff re-organised the whole itinerary according to our preference, I would highly recommend this company to my friends and family. The guide was really helpful; he helped us throughout the trip. The hotels were amazing, most important the tents in Pushkar during the Pushkar Fair were an amazing experience.
With Regards, "
Majestic Rajasthan with Pushkar Fair Map