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Planning a trip to Rajasthan, India

15th Sep to 21st Sep, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
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Estimated Budget
for the Trip
INR 44,000 - 57,500View Breakdown

Things to do in Rajasthan, India in September

Day 1 - Sunday 15th, Sep
Morning -

Arrival at Jodhpur Airport and transfer to hotel

Afternoon -

Explore Mehrangarh Fort

Evening -

Walk around the vibrant Ghantaghar Market and enjoy local street food at the Sardar Market

Day 2 - Monday 16th, Sep
Morning -

Guided walk through the blue streets of the old city

Afternoon -

Visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace

Evening -

Relax and watch the sunset at Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

Day 3 - Tuesday 17th, Sep
Morning -

Check out from hotel and transfer to Udaipur

Afternoon -

Visit the City Palace and enjoy the views of Lake Pichola

Evening -

Dinner by Lake Pichola

Day 4 - Wednesday 18th, Sep
Morning -

Boat ride on Lake Pichola to visit Jag Mandir Palace

Afternoon -

Visit the historic Bagore Ki Haveli and experience traditional Rajasthani dance and music

Evening -

Relax and enjoy the sunset at Ambrai Ghat

Day 5 - Thursday 19th, Sep
Morning -

Check out from hotel and transfer to Jaipur

Afternoon -

Visit the Hawa Mahal and stroll through the bustling streets of the Pink City

Evening -

Explore the local bazaars for handicrafts and traditional Rajasthani attire

Day 6 - Friday 20th, Sep
Morning -

Visit the majestic Amber Fort and enjoy the elephant safari experience

Afternoon -

Relax at Sisodia Rani Garden and explore the beautiful gardens

Evening -

Traditional Rajasthani dinner at Chokhi Dhani, an ethnic village resort

Day 7 - Saturday 21st, Sep
Morning -

Optional morning visit to the Jaigarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort

Afternoon -

Explore local handicraft markets for souvenirs

Evening -

Transfer to Jaipur Airport for departure

Weather in Rajasthan, India in Invalid date
Avg Temp23°C to 34°C
Chance of Rain20%

September in Rajasthan is generally hot and dry, with occasional showers possible. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

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Things to Carry on your trip to Rajasthan, India

Clothing & Apparel

Cotton Shirts -

Lightweight and breathable, suitable for warm weather.

Light Trousers -

Comfortable and versatile, suitable for both casual and semi-formal occasions.

Kurta Pyjamas -

Traditional Indian attire, suitable for cultural experiences and special occasions.

Scarf or Dupatta -

Versatile accessory that can be used for sun protection, warmth, or as a fashion statement.

Comfortable Footwear -

Sandals, sneakers, or closed-toe shoes for walking and exploring.

Undergarments -

Pack enough for the duration of the trip.

Swimsuit -

Optional, if planning to visit any lakes or pools.

Rain Jacket -

For unexpected showers, especially during the monsoon season.


Sunglasses -

Essential for sun protection.

Hat -

For additional sun protection and style.

Small Backpack or Shoulder Bag -

For carrying daily essentials and souvenirs.

Jewellery -

Optional, to accessorize outfits.

Watch -

Convenient for timekeeping.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and Visa -

Essential for international travel.

Indian Rupees -

Carry sufficient cash for smaller purchases.

Credit/Debit Cards -

For larger purchases and emergencies.

Travel Insurance -

Provides peace of mind and covers unexpected events.

First-Aid Kit -

For minor cuts and scrapes.

Medications -

Pack any prescription or over-the-counter medications you regularly take.

Hand Sanitizer -

For maintaining hygiene.

Travel Documents -

Keep copies of important documents like passport, visa, and itinerary.

Good to Have

Travel Towel -

Quick-drying and lightweight, convenient for use in guesthouses or hostels.

Laundry Bag -

For keeping dirty clothes separate.

Travel Pillow -

For added comfort during long journeys.

Insect Repellent -

Useful in areas with mosquitoes.

Reusable Water Bottle -

To stay hydrated and reduce plastic waste.

Travel Adapter -

For charging electronics if necessary.

Small Guidebook or Phrasebook -

For basic cultural information and language assistance.

Camera -

Optional, for capturing memories.


Smartphone -

Essential for communication, navigation, and entertainment.

Laptop or Tablet -

Optional, for work or entertainment.

Power Bank -

To keep devices charged on the go.

Headphones or Earbuds -

For listening to music or podcasts.

Travel Charger -

For charging electronics.

Universal Adapter -

If necessary, for charging electronics in foreign countries.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit/debit cards are widely accepted in Rajasthan. Visa and MasterCard are commonly used.

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Budget for Rajasthan, India in Sep, 2024
  • Budget
  • Tips to Save Money
INR44,000 - 57,500

Approximate Budget Range for your trip.

Travel Expenses Breakdown
Flight Expense
INR 15,000- 20,000
INR 9,000- 12,000
INR 14,000- 18,000
Local Travelling
INR 2,000- 2,500
INR 3,000- 3,500
INR 1,000- 1,500
Simple Tips to save money while travelling to Rajasthan, India
  • Try the traditional Rajasthani cuisine like Dal Baati Churma and Laal Maas
  • Bargain while shopping in the local markets for better deals

*Disclaimer - Please note that the travel budget suggestions provided by Trip Garuda are generated through AI algorithms based on available data and user input. While we strive for accuracy, these estimates may not reflect real-time pricing or unforeseen expenses. We recommend using these figures as a general guide and encourage you to conduct further research and budgeting based on your specific travel requirements.