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Pushkar Tour Packages

Explore the rich history, heritage culture, and sites with our customized Pushkar Holiday Packages for family vacations, friends’ trips, and solo backpacking. Located in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan, Pushkar is the oldest spiritual city in Rajasthan, housing many temples and famous pilgrimage sites for Hindus and Sikhs.

Also known as the ‘the Rose Garden of Rajasthan, Pushkar is the only place that houses Lord Brahma's temple.

From famous Pushkar Lake and sand dunes, Mahadeva Temple to Gurdwara Sahib Pushkar and about 52 ghats, the place has to offer every traveler the ideal choices based on their interests. Besides the glorious confluence of history, heritage, culture, and exotic surroundings, Pushkar celebrates Pushkar Fair, the biggest and most colorful cattle fair festival in the dunes of Rajasthan in the months of October and November, making the winter season the best time to visit the place in the full moon nights.

Considered to be the most sacred place in northwestern India, then browse from our extensive range of Pushkar Tour Packages best-suited for family, honeymoon, and, solo backpacking trips with much more convenience and under budget.

Best Time to Visit Pushkar

Pushkar in Summer- The weather remains searing hot when the temperature rises above 45℃. The summer season from March to June is extremely exhausting and beyond hot to visit Pushkar. The evenings give some breather for local sightseeing, shopping, and picnic by the ghats.

Pushkar in Monsoon-Being an arid region, there’s not much rain during the monsoon season in Pushkar which commences in late July and lasts till September. It is an ideal time to visit Pushkar with less crowd to encounter, a respite from the scorching summer heat, and more quality time to explore the city.

Pushkar in Winter-It is a peak tourist season in Pushkar from October to February. The temperature remains between 14 C to 18 C, offering great surroundings and pleasant weather to take part in several adventure activities and sightseeing tours. It is this time of the year when the place celebrates the largest Pushkar Fair Festival.

How to Reach Pushkar

By Air- The nearest airport is in Jaipur- Jaipur International Airport, which is around 15 km away from Pushkar main city. You can either hire a taxi,cab, or catch a bus to reach the destination.

By Train-The closest is Pushkar Railway Station. As the only intra-state railhead, take a train to Ajmer Railway Station, which is around 15 km away from the downtown city.

By Road-Pushkar is well-connected with a road line from many major cities in India that operates private and Volvo buses. You can either catch a bus, hire a cab, or embark on a refreshing road trip via NH 48 and 58, which is well-connected to Jaipur and Ajmer.

Major Tourist Attractions in Pushkar

  • Brahma Temple- Pushkar is world-renowned for it houses the only Brahma Temple in the world situated near the Pushkar Lake that attracts hundreds of thousands of devotees every year. The temple is beautifully constructed with white marbles and decorated with bird motifs. The most interesting part is that married men are not allowed to enter the main sanctum of the temple.
  • Pushkar Lake- It is the most serene destination to explore in Pushkar situated closest to the Brahma Temple. The lake holds a strong mythological belief that Brahma and Savitri prayed here. It is also believed that a holy dip in the Brahma Ghat, among many others, can get you closer to salvation, Moksha.
  • Naga Pahar- Ajmer and Pushkar are divided by a hill, Naga Pahar, and is believed that the great Sage Agastya lived here. Apart from many mythological and religious beliefs, the place offers many trekking spots and incredible city views perfect for photographers and peace-seekers. According to a local saga, the height of the hill will continue to diminish till it eventually disappears one day in the future.
  • Rose Garden- Witnessing the colorful flowers in the middle of a desert is such a delight to the eyes, and hence Rose Garden is considered the best place to visit in Pushkar and capture the ethereal beauty of vibrant and fragrant roses sourced from all around the world.
  • Mahadeva Temple- Located in the heart of the city near Pushkar Lake, it is another most revered temple to see in Pushkar dedicated to Lord Shiva. Also known as Apteshwar Temple, it is a famous Hindu pilgrimage site in Pushkar that was built in the 19th century with white marbles and houses a five-face Lord Shiva’s idol, named Sadjyot, Vamdev, Aghor, Tatpurush, and Ishan.
  • Varaha Temple- It is the oldest and the largest temple in Pushkar dedicated to Varaha, an incarnation figurine of Lord Vishnu as a boar. Thousands of pilgrims visit the temple to be awestruck by its architectural wonder, which was built in the 12th century and destructed by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and then restored in the 18th century under the command of Raja Sawai Singh II.
  • Savitri Temple- It is the most popular temple in Puishakr dedicated to Goddess Savitri and Gayatri. Situated on Ratnagiri Hill, it is believed that Lady Savitri rested here after rebelling against her husband marrying another woman.
  • Rangji Temple- Adorned with carved pillars and decorative ceilings depicting South Indian architecture mixed with Mughal and Rajput construction styles, this beautiful structure attracts many visitors every year, making it the best place to see in Pushkar for serenity. The temple is dedicated to Lord Rangji, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and is a major pilgrimage place for Hindus.
  • Guru Dwara Sahib Pushkar- It is one of the sacred places in Pushkar located in the heart of the city. The gurudwara holds a major religious significance belief that Guru Gobind Singh and Guru Nanak set a camp to rest here and hence became a famous pilgrimage site for Sikhs in Rajasthan.
  • Man Mahal- Located just 1 km from Pushkar, it is a beautiful palace built by Raja Man Singh of Amber in traditional Rajasthani architecture style and houses a temple inside. The place is now used as a tourist bungalow and offers incredible views of sunset by the lake and the calm environment of a temple. Go for camel riding and camping to enjoy the palace to its fullest.

Thrilling Activities to do in Pushkar

  • Trekking- It is the top thing to do in Pushkar for every adventure enthusiast and capture the breathtaking sunset at Ratnagiri Hills, Paap Mochani Temple.
  • Camping- Staying overnight under the starry night sky of the desert is the most thrilling thing to do in Pushkar. Enjoy the soft breeze, cultural music and dance performances, luxury hospitality, and delicious Rajasthani cuisines.
  • Dunes Safari- It is one of the exciting things to do in Pushkar to get magnificent views of the Aravalli ranges on a camel safari and jeep safari. Bash through the dunes and explore the diverse tribal culture of Rajasthan. Capture the surreal sunrise or sunset view from a camel back.
  • Hot Air Balloon Ride- Get a bird’s eye view of the entire city and fly over the scenic backdrop of the Aravalli ranges from a height of about 1100 meters. If you travel between October and November during the Pushkar Mela Festival, this is a must-try adventure activity here at Pushkar International Balloon Festival.
  • Pushkar Mela Festival- This 5 to 8 days long cattle fair festival is one of the largest and most colorful livelistock fair festival in Rajasthan that is celebrated annually in the of Kartik according to the Hindu Calendar that falls between October and November. Witness the state in its full swing and watch the trading of cattle like cows, camels, sheep, and goats. The whole town goes vibrant with numerous cultural events and games and shopping.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Pushkar Travel

Q.How much will it cost me for Pushkar Holiday Packages?
Whether a family vacation or a honeymoon trip, to get an estimated idea of the spending, browse from our budget Pushkar Itinerary Holiday Packages, customized for your convenience. Feel free to call our travel experts for any inquiries.
Q.How many days are enough to explore Pushkar?
One can explore many famous places in Pushkar in a minimum of 2 days to visit the ghats, lakes, and temples, and eat the delicious Rajasthani cuisine. Indulge in the famous camel safari on the golden sand dunes of Rajasthan.
Q.Are there any shopping places in Pushkar?
Shop for leather goods, antiques, traditional Rajasthani wear, spices and chilly, Lac bangles, and amazing handmade decorum at Sadar Bazaar, Sarafa Bazaar, Kedalganj Bazaar, Antique Boutique, and several other street shopping places available in Pushkar.
Q.Is Pushkar safe for traveling with kids?
Yes, Pushkar is completely safe for traveling with kids and solo as well. The place hosts hundreds of thousands of travelers every year from all around the world. To be on a sure and safer side, keep your belongings safe and avoid strolling on unknown trails alone at night.
Q.Which is the best way to reach Pushkar?
To save time and make the most out of your trip, the convenient way to travel to Pushkar is by air. Jaipur Internationa Aiport is well-connected with major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Agra, Chennai, and so on from where you can hire a taxi or cab to reach the main city of Pushkar.