Pushkar Tour Packages

Pushkar is an ancient holy town in Rajasthan. It is said that after the creation of the world Brahma, organized the ceremony in Pushkar, and thus created the lake of Pushkar by throwing the flower of lotus from his hand (Pushp = Flower and Kar = Hand). If you are looking to uncover the mysteries of this holy place, then our Pushkar tour packages are the answer to your quest.

Pushkar is home to many temples, lakes, and markets which have contributed to its growing popularity with tourists in recent years. Not only does Pushkar have holy significance, but there are many fun activities to enjoy as well.

However, before you go on your next sightseeing trip to Pushkar, it’s important to be informed about the best times to visit, best tour plans, best itinerary to follow, how to get around town, and what kinds of things you should do while you’re there.

Here is our team of tourism experts of Pushkar who came up with the 6 best Pushkar Tour Packages to spice up your visit to Pushkar and around.

Our 3 Best Pushkar Tour Packages

Pushkar Ajmer Tour Package

 1 night / 2 days Tour Package starting at 6699 ₹ (double sharing basis)

Ajmer, Pushkar, and Jodhpur Tour Package

4 days / 3 nights Tour Package starting at 14999 ₹

Jaipur and Pushkar Tour Package

4 Days / 3 nights Tour Package starting at 13699 ₹ (double sharing basis)

Popular Tourist Places to visit in Pushkar

  • PUSHKAR LAKE

Pushkar Lake is a famous tourist attraction in Pushkar. The popular Pushkar Fair takes place at the bank of this lake. Pushkar Fair has beautiful cultural performances, animal races, and many vibrant bazaars.

  • Brahma Temple

Brahma Temple is located near the enchanting Pushkar Lake. This beautiful temple was built in the fourteenth century. Brahma Temple is an architectural masterpiece and attracts thousands of devotees every day.

  • Varaha Temple

Varaha Temple is dedicated to Lord Varaha and is one of the ancient temples in Pushkar. Varaha Temple was once destroyed by Aurangzeb but later it was restored by Raja Sawai Jai Singh.

  • Gurudwara Singh Sabha

Gurudwara Singh Sabha is a holy place for Sikhs. This sacred place was built in the nineteenth century. Since then, it is visited by several pilgrims and is one of the most important places in Pushkar.

  • Rang Ji Temple

This temple attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists. This temple is also dedicated to the incarnation of Lord Vishnu called Rangji. The architecture of Rang Ji Temple is like those of south Indian temples.

Other Places to Visit in Pushkar 

  • Rose Garden of Pushkar
  • Savitri Temple
  • Atmateshwar Temple
  • Naga Pahar
  • Gau Ghat
  • Pap Mochini Temple
  • Man Mahal
  • Varaha Ghat
  • Kishangarh
  • Pushkar Bazaar
  • Sri Panchkund Shiva Temple
  • Pushkar Camel Fair

Things to do in Pushkar

Pushkar is a wonderful place to experience the spiritual and cultural significance of Rajasthan. There is always something to indulge you while in Pushkar. Here is the list of things you must try after visiting the sacred land of Pushkar.

  • Take a bath in the holy water of Pushkar Lake
  • Enjoy camping in Pushkar
  • Taste some delicious street foods such as Kachoris, Gulkand Lassi, Samosas, and Malpua.
  • Watch evening prayers at beautiful ghats
  • Visit the vibrant markets of Pushkar
  • Experience the thrill of Savitri Mata Ropeway
  • Enjoy camel safari in Pushkar
  • Camel Safari – Camel safari is a must if you are in Rajasthan. Camel safari allows you to witness the real rural Rajasthani lifestyle. You will find amazing camel safari services in Pushkar.

Detailed Guide to Shopping in Pushkar

You can’t resist buying the beautiful items in Pushkar bazaars. Pushkar Markets are popular for the variety of colorful Rajasthani products. From embroidered fabrics to antique jewelry, shopping in Pushkar is a wonderful experience. Here is the list of things Pushkar Bazaar is widely known for and the popular marketplaces of Pushkar.

Things to buy in Pushkar :

  • Rose products such as rose oil, perfumes, Gulkand, and rosewater.
  • Beautiful leather products
  • Hippie and ethnic style garments

Antique articles of silver and precious metals

  • Colorful handicraft items and artifacts
  • Popular Marketplaces in Pushkar
  • Bada Bazaar
  • Pushkar Fair
  • Sarafa Bazaar
  • Sadar Bazaar
  • Kedalganj Bazar

How to reach the sacred city of Pushkar?

Being the most visited pilgrimage site, Pushkar is finely connected to other major cities of Rajasthan. Pushkar is around 17 Kilometres from Ajmer and 150 Kilometres from the pink city Jaipur. Here are the ways by which you can easily reach Pushkar.

  • Reach Pushkar by Air – The town of Pushkar doesn’t have an airport. Jaipur International Airport is the nearest airport to Pushkar. From Jaipur Airport you will easily find any road transport to reach Pushkar to complete your Jaipur Pushkar Tour.
  • Reach Pushkar by Train – There are fewer direct trains to Pushkar. Ajmer Railway Station is the nearest station to Pushkar which is well-connected to other major stations. You can experience the daily routine of locals while traveling to Pushkar via train.
  • Reach Pushkar by Road – Pushkar is well-connected to other destinations via roadways. Several private and public transports run between Pushkar and other cities. You will also find some luxury buses to reach Pushkar.

Traveling to Pushkar via any means of transport will surely be the most thrilling experience of your life.

Best time to visit Pushkar

The best time to visit Pushkar is during winter (November to March). The climate is very pleasant and comfortable during winter. You will also find several fun and exciting activities of Pushkar which happen during the winter season. In winter, the temperature ranges from 8°C to 22°C. The most popular camel fair is also organized during winter. That’s why winter is the most preferred time among tourists.

If you want to visit Pushkar in summer, then be ready for the consequences which may lower the excitement of traveling. Summer in Pushkar is very hot and humid. The temperature in summer may reach up to 45°C. Sunburn and dehydration will surely make it hard to explore the Pushkar on foot.

Whichever season you choose to visit Pushkar, make sure you prepare all the requirements a month before traveling.