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2 Days in Jodhpur

Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Mandore Gardens, Toorji Ka Jhalara, Ghantaghar, Nirali Dhani, Sardar Market, Masuriya Hill Garden, Bishnoi Village Safari, Jaswant Thada, Mahadev Temple, Mishrilal Lassi Wala, Kaylana Lake, Balsamand Lake, Tripolia Market, Roa Jodha Desert Rock Park, Chamunda Mata Temple, RAAS.

There are umpteen of places to visit in Jodhpur in 2 days to make the most of your royal excursion to the desert city in Rajasthan. Home to a plethora of historical monuments and extraordinary forts, including the very impressive hill fortress - Mehrangarh. One might feel two days a short duration when it comes to exploring all that the ‘Blue City’ has to offer.

Ideally, the itinerary for places to see in Jodhpur in 2 days can be started with Mehrangarh where you can go on guided tours around the in-house temples, gates and palaces. And later end it with a flying-fox activity. Next up, the Umaid Bhawan Palace would be the perfect dose to keep the lavish and royal experience on a high. Furthermore, there are still many other options one can choose to add to the day.

If historical sites are not to your liking, then you can pay a visit to the many other things to see in Jodhpur in 2 days. Enjoy a panoramic view of the entire city from the heights of the Masuriya Hill Garden, a vantage point that is settled on the Masuriya Hill. Alternatively, you can have traditional dining and stay at the Nirali Dhani and a day-out at the Toorji Stepwell. And it's still not over, with one too many places and things still left. For which you can check out the entire list below:

Here is a list of places to visit in Jodhpur in 2 days:

Places To Visit In Jodhpur On Day 1

01

Try the Thrilling Flying Fox

Try the Thrilling Flying Fox
To satiate the adventure deprived travellers, Jodhpur offers a flying-fox or ziplining adventure at one of the most iconic attractions of the city - Mehrangarh Fort.

Probably one of the most unique ways to enjoy the sights of cities best, there are many organized ziplining courses available that one can attempt. The overall activity can conclude for 2 hours, covering different distances in which you get to see the walls, the bastions and the lakes in and around the fort.

Location - Mehrangarh Fort, P.B # 165, The, Fort Rd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006.

Timing - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Entry fee/ Price - Adults - INR 1700 - 1900 | Child - INR 1500.
02

Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort
Imposing on the Jodhpur skyline, the Mehrangarh Fort perched atop a 400 feet high hill is the crowned attraction that lures throngs of domestic and international tourists to the torrid desert city for a holiday. Built in 1459 by Rao Jodha, the massive fortress is counted among the largest palatial structures in the country.

Within the vicinity of the fort are many other architectural wonders including the seven gates - Victory Gate, Fateh Gate, Gopal Gate, Bhairon Gate, Dedh Kamagra Gate, Marti Gate and Loha Gate. And the Mehrangarh Museum, two palaces - Sheesh and Phool Mahal, among others.

Location: P.B # 165, The, Fort Rd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006.

Timing: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Entry fee/ Price: Museum - India Tourists - INR 60, Foreign Tourists - INR 400 | Camera Fee - INR 100 | Guided Tours (Audio) - 400 - 600 INR.
03

Umaid Bhawan Palace

Umaid Bhawan Palace
The Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur is one and many things at the same time. It is the official residence of the third generation of the Royal Family owned by Gaj Singh who is the grandson of the founder of the place - Maharaja Umaid Singh.

Apart from that, a part of the establishment has been converted into a luxurious hotel under the Taj Group. Besides this, there is a museum, many lavish gardens and other wings that are open to the public for viewing and touring. Built in the year 1943, Umaid Bhawan makes it on the list of places to see in Jodhpur in 2 days.

Location - Circuit House Rd, Cantt Area, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006.

Timing - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Entry fee/ Price - Adult Indian Tourists - INR 30, Foreign Tourists - INR 100 | Chil - INR 10
Cost of booking a room would vary.
04

Mandore Gardens

Mandore Gardens
Mandore Gardens is a small and abandoned town, lying 9 kilometres from Jodhpur. The place is home to many ancient buildings like - Madore Fort and Palace, Ravana Temple, and lush, manicured gardens that are a real show-stealers.

Mandore was once the capital of the Pratiharas dynasty that ruled in the region around 6th-century AD before the seat moved to Mehrangarh in 1459. The town has also found mention in the Hindu mythology - Ramayana, as the birthplace of King Ravana’s wife Mandodari and hence makes for a great addition to the things to see in Jodhpur in 2 days itinerary.

Location - Mandore, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342007.

Timing - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Entry fee/ Price - INR 50 - 100 for Museum Entry Fee.
05

Jodhpur Stepwell (Toorji-Ka-Jhalara)

Jodhpur Stepwell (Toorji-Ka-Jhalara)
One of the most impressive places to visit in Jodhpur in 2 days, the Toori-ka Jhalara is a well-preserved piece of architecture from the ancient times in the ‘blue city’.

Built in 1740, the step-well is among the few left in the region that shed light on the intricacies of the design as well as a prominent water management system used back in the days. This stunning structure was constructed by the queen-consort of Maharaja Abhaya Singh and even to this day leaves the visitors amazed and charmed.

Location - Sutharo Ka Bass Rd, Makrana Mohalla, Gulab Sagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - 24 hours.
06

Ghantaghar

Ghantaghar
Ghantaghar in Jodhpur is another remarkable piece of architecture and among the best places to see in Jodhpur in 2 days. Also known as the Clock Tower of Rajasthan, it was built by Maharaja Sardar Singh over 200 years ago.

The eye-catching tower stands in the very centre of the city and denotes the Old Jodhpur Area. One can get a panoramic view of the cityscape and the circling markets, including the popular Sardar Market during their visit. If you stay till the late evening hours, then do not miss the sight of a lit-up Ghantaghar.

Location - Nai Sarak, Ghantaghar Market, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.
07

Nirali Dhani

Nirali Dhani
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Nirali Dham is a luxury hotel resort in Jodhpur that is known for its ethnic and cultural stay experience. Starting from the design of the property to the interiors in the accommodations and hospitality from a courteous staff, the place has inculcated the authentic Rajasthani heritage.

Leaving no stone unturned, Nirali Dhani provides delicious dinings, cultural entertainment and other regional immersive activities, making it one of the topmost places to visit in Jodhpur in 2 days.

Location - Siddhanath Circle, Near Chopasni Filter House, Chopasni Road, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.
08

Go for Shopping in Sardar Market

Go for Shopping in Sardar Market
Overlooking the Ghantaghar (clock tower) in Jodhpur, the Sardar Market area is one that forms a part of Old Jodhpur. A busy shopping street with a connection of several branched out tapered lanes, the mood of Sardar Market is the good kind of chaotic.

This is also the largest marketplace in the city that offers and sells everything one can imagine, ranging from fabrics to handicrafts to shoes and more Rajasthani items, as well as several stalls and shops selling street-foods.

Location - Sardar market clock tower, Paan Gali, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - 9:00 am to 9:00 pm.
09

Camping in Osian

Camping in Osian
Osian (Osiyan) is an ancient desert village situated at a distance of 69 kilometres from Jodhpur. Inhabited by people, the place is also known as ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan’ due to the presence of over 18 Hindu and Jain temples that were built between 8th to 12th centuries during the Gurjara Pratihara dynasty.

Many of these temples have immaculate detailing, sculptures, carvings, intricate facades and domes, making it worth visiting. Apart from that, to give the taste of the Thar Desert, there are many campsites here that offer an outdoor, overnight stay amidst the golden dunes.

Location - Osian Village, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342303.

Entry fee/ Price - Starting from INR 2500 and onwards.
10

Masuriya Hill Garden

The magnificent Masuriya Hill Garden is a vantage point and a naturally scenic attraction that lies on the Masuriya Hills in Jodhpur. Situated within the courtyards is a temple of a local deity and a statue of Veer Durgadas Rathore who is an important hero figure among the Marwari community.

The entire premises of the establishment are also laced with paved walking-paths, among many other structures. You can add the Masuriya Hill Garden to the travel-list of places to visit in Jodhpur in 2 days to enjoy 360-degree views of the ‘Blue City‘.

Location - Balaji Rd, Masuria Colony, Baldev Nagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342003.

Timing - 7:00 am to 9:00 pm.

Entry fee/ Price - Tourists 5 year and above INR 10.

Places To Visit In Jodhpur On Day 2

11

Go for Bishnoi Village Safari

Go for Bishnoi Village Safari
The Bishnoi Village Safari is an organization set in Jodhpur that brings honest and laid-back rural life by taking visitors around the many traditional settlements. An excellent way for tourists to spend a day going around the places to see in Jodhpur in 2 days is learning more about the lifestyles of the residents.

Not just that, you also have the opportunity to interact with the villagers, eat freshly prepared Rajasthani meals and also learn some vocational skills like weaving, pottery, hand printing etc. from the artisans.

Location - Jodhpur Goshala Road, Kumharon Ki Dhani, Nandwan Village, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342804.

Timing - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Entry fee/ Price - Starting from INR 1200 and onwards.
12

Jaswant Thada

Jaswant Thada
In the lush and quiet surrounding along a lakeside in Jodhpur stands erected the brilliant Jaswant Thada, a cenotaph (empty tomb) dedicated to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II.

The monument was commissioned by his son Maharaja Sardar Singh of Jodhpur in 1899 to commemorate his father’s memories and legacy. The mausoleum was designed with meticulous detailing and made using white marble, and the site still serves as the cremation ground for the Royal Family.

Location - Larawan PB# 65, c/o Mehrangarh Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Entry fee/ Price - Indian Tourists - INR 20, Foriegn Tourists - INR 30 | Camera and Video Equipment - INR 25 - 50.
13

Mahadev Temple

Mahadev Temple
The impressive itinerary of things to see in Jodhpur in 2 days is not limited to just forts and places, but also the many ancient temples and one such is the Mahamandaleshwar Mahadev Temple.

Built in 923 AD by Mandal Nath, this is believed to be the oldest place of worship in the city. Within the sacred sanctuary is housed the shrine of the main deity, Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati. Considering the temple’s age and how it has stood the test of time, the value of the visit amplifies tenfold.

Location - I/S Krishi Mandi, Basni, Jodhpur, Rajasthan - 342005.

Timing - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.
14

Mishrilal Lassi Wala

Mishrilal Lassi Wala
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To get a true taste of the town, one has to head to Mishrilal that is situated in Old Jodhpur area near the Ghantaghar. Considered a landmark, the hotel/shop has a legacy of over 90 glorious years of serving countless hungry folks with a range of sugary desserts and savoury snacks. Opened by Mishrilal Ji in 1927, the place over the years has made a mark on locals as well tourists with its speciality ‘Makhaniya Lassi’.

Location - Clock Tower Rd, Sardar Market, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - 8:30 am to 9:00 pm.
15

Kaylana Lake

Kaylana Lake
Kaylana Lake is an artificial water body that was built in 1872 by Pratap Singh. Located a mere 8 kilometres west of Jodhpur, the primary reason for constructing the lake was to meet the water requirements in the region.

However, over the years this natural attraction has been a tourist favourite, making it one of the top places to visit in Jodhpur in 2 days. Surrounded by Babool trees and hillocks, visitors can spend a leisurely afternoon here indulging in boating and bird watching, taking a trek to the nearby Shiv Mandir and having a picnic.

Location - Jodhpur-Jaisalmer Road, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.

Timing - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
16

Balsamand Lake

Balsamand Lake
Situated 5 kilometres from Jodhpur, the Balsamand Lake is another human-made water reservoir that has garnered popularity of being one of the top attractions, as well as things to see in Jodhpur in 2 days.

Built during 1159 AD by the Gurjara-Pratihara rulers as a way to overcome droughts in the region. The Bal Samand Lake Palace, now a heritage hotel and other picturesque sceneries are also reasons why your visit here would be worth the time. You can also dine at the hotel while enjoying the views to end the day on a high.

Location - Jodhpur-Mandore Road, Jodhpur District, Rajasthan.

Timing - 24 hours.
17

Tripolia Market

Tripolia Market
Jodhpur’s Tripolia Bazar is a haven for all the lovers of Rajasthani handicrafts. A bustling district with narrow lanes, colourful shops and welcoming vendors, the ambience of such an old-school market is something that you must experience during your vacation in the royal city.

You will find a lot of decorative items, pottery, an assortment of wooden, metal and brass items, jewellery and much more at bargainous rates, or sometimes having to use the bargaining skills.

Location - Sojati Gate jodhpurs, Daspa haveli, Tripolia Bazar Rd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.
18

Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park
Spanning over 72 hectares of land harbouring a variety of arid and desert vegetation, the Rao Jodha Desert Rock ark is situated near the grand Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur.

Built in 2006 out of a rocky wasteland site, the eco-park has dense and rugged terrains dotted with over 200 species of the indigenous flora of the Thar Desert in Rajasthan. Over the years, the place has spiked interest and caught the eye of many tourists, especially nature and geology enthusiasts.

Location - Mehrangarh, Fort Rd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - April - September - 7:00 am to 7:00 pm | October-March - 8:00 am - 5:30 pm.

Entry fee/ Price - Adult - INR 100 per person | Guided walk with a naturalist - INR 200.
19

Chamunda Mata Temple

Chamunda Mata Temple
Dedicated to the fearsome avatar of the Hindu Goddess Durga, Chamunda Devi Temple on top of the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur is an ancient temple that was built by the benevolent ruler Rao Jodha.

After moving the capital from Mandore to Jodhpur, he brought along the idol of the deity in 1460 and placed it within a new holy sanctum which is now the renowned temple in the Blue City. The best time to see this pilgrimage in full grandeur is during the celebrations of ‘Navratri’ (nine nights of festivities) that takes place between September-October.

Location - Mehrangarh, Mehron ko bass, Gulab Sagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.

Timing - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
20

Dinner at RAAS

Dinner at RAAS
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Based around a well-preserved 18th-century haveli (mansion) in Jodhpur, the RAAS is the first boutique resort in Jodhpur that lures most visitors for a dining experience at the ‘Darikhana’, an alfresco dining spot.

Translated to the ‘Chamber of Carpets’, this pavilion was built by the Thakur for their personal entertainment, in the 1850s. To make your evenings unforgettable in Jodhpur, it is best to dine at the RAAS. There are a total of 5 outlets on the premises, each having a unique offering and a unanimously decadent menu of traditional Rajasthani, Indian and International cuisines.

Location - Tunwar Ji ka Jhalra, Makrana Mohalla, Gulab Sagar Rd, Sagrar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001.
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05 November 2019
Excellent
It is a great deal. Beautiful place to stay. Owner Mr. Mahaveer is very humble and helpful person. Food was tasty & ample. The provided unlimited mineral water for us as and when required. Camel safari was also good & enjoyable. We enjoyed true Rajasthani folk cultural program at night. It was diwali on that particular day. They had arranged some in-house fireworks. Dark starlit sky, campfire, fireworks, folk music & wines - the whole ambiance was ecstatic. Overall a very good & comfortable stay. Only thing I would like to remind you that the region where the camp is located is named Osiyan. Here, you won't find complete desert like Jaisalmer. It is more like a terrain covered with thorny bush. Sand dunes are limited though the camel will take you to a nearby one. But, it's not a fault of owner. You will get compensated with their warm & humble hospitality.
20 September 2019
Excellent
Rajasthan > Jodhpur > Osian Desert > Safari Camp > Camel Safari When I heard of Camel Safari Activity in Thrillophilia first thought which came into my mind was of Sand Dunes & Sunset. Thrillophilia arranged the activity to such an extent that it was like dream became reality. We enjoyed a beautiful sunset upon reaching the summit of our 30 minutes hip-hop Camel Ride. An experienced guide accompanied us explaining the flora and fauna of the desert along the ride and he took few pictures also to memorize this event. Everything was perfect from the evening sun to the delicious meal that one can enjoy afterwards at the camp (at extra cost).
14 December 2018
Excellent
My mom and I really enjoyed this camel ride. The guide, Dhanna was fantastic and took us back to his place for a home cooked meal made by his wife. It was so peaceful riding the camels in the Thar desert to disappear from the hustle and bustle of the India cities. We couldn't have loved the tour any more. Absolutely fantastic!
17 November 2019
Excellent
A really great time! We very much enjoyed the cultural experience in the local village. We also took a jeep safari which showed the local wildlife; our guide Minaj was sweet, friendly and took extra time to be sure we really enjoyed it. Can't wait to come again! The Bishnoi people were inviting and helpful, and the sweet and quiet time in desert was a great reprieve from the cities. We wish them well and to see again.
"Excellent tour special thanks to Sumer and family for very nice Camel ride and homely tasty food. "
16 December 2019
Excellent
Samsara Resort is a really great place to spend quality time with family. Staff is really cooperative and helpful. Best part was jeep safari. Food is really awesome, We experienced the cultural festival and dune bashing provided by the resort.
17 January 2020
Excellent
Samsara Desert Camp And Resort was very well maintained. Rooms were nice and spacious. We had a great time especially the desert safari and the cultural program organized by resort. Do try Rajasthani thali at their restaurant and spa I am sure you will not regret it. I loved the Thrillophilia platform for making the activities inclusive of stays. Must visit place!!
02 March 2020
Excellent
It was an amazing stay. The booking through Thrillophilia was super smooth. The owner of the place Mr. Mahaveer is very helpful and welcoming person. All staffs of this place are very very well behaved and courteous. They served us all inclusions, written in booking voucher. The Camel Safari, Rajasthani Folk Music & Dance, food (lunch, dinner and breakfast) were awesome. The Rajasthani dishes were so delicious. We've enjoyed every bit of stay at this place!! Definitely recommenced place.
Excellent
"Experience was awesome...????... never thought such experience as I kept expectations low and then what I saw n feel over there was some different level and full of excitement.\nrecommend to everyone. with or without family... doesn't matter."
30 December 2019
Excellent
Owner Mr. Mahaveer is very humble and helpful, great experience of my life, they provide high class service. Tent is very comfortable. Cultural program is Osm. Food is very tasty and yummy. Thank you mahaveer ji ????

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People Also Ask About Jodhpur

  1. What is the best time to visit Jodhpur?

    The ideal time for you to plan a trip to Jodhpur is during the winter months, starting from October till March. The ‘Blue City’ is a part of the north-west torrid state of Rajasthan and experiences high temperatures in summers and monsoon seasons, making sightseeing and activities less fun.

    However, in the winter months the atmosphere is dry with pleasantly warm days and chilly evenings, making things to see in Jodhpur In 2 days comfortable.
  2. What are the best things to do in jodhpur in 2 days?

    Here is a list of some of the best available things to do in Jodhpur.

    1. Sightseeing - Home to a plethora of exceptional monuments and attractions, one cannot remiss visiting these places during their trip to Jodhpur.

    2. Zip-lining/Flying Fox - As you visit Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, another adventure can be clubbed to make your vacation an unforgettable experience. There are many different courses that one can partake in and enjoy the views of the city and its many attractions from above, gliding through.

    3. Cycling Tours - The thriving tourism has made way for many fun and exciting activities in which visitors can not only have fun indulging in some action but also get to see the hidden gems of the Jodhpur city.

    4. Desert Safari - The Thar desert bordering with Jodhpur brings an opportunity to sit in a jeep and go for a high-intensity ride over and across the uneven sandy dunes.

    5. Camping - If you thought camping is only limited to forests and lakesides, then a camping adventure in Jodhpur will surely change your mind. Several luxury campsites pitched amidst the desert, the experience of enjoying the barren outdoors of Osian is unlike any other.
  3. How to reach Jodhpur?

    Here are all the ways one can travel to Jodhpur to spend a royal desert vacation.

    - By Air - The Jodhpur Civilian Airport is one that is well--connected to all the important metropolitans and other cities. Travellers from farther regions can conveniently take a flight to commute to Jodhpur.

    - By Train - There is a railhead in Jodhpur and many express trains commute to the Blue City from rest of the Indian cities like - Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Bangalore etc. This is one of the most pocket-friendly means of transportation as well.

    - By Road - This option is viable for travellers planning a holiday from the nearby cities of Jaipur, Delhi, Ajmer etc. You can choose to drive a personal vehicle or board a rented cab to complete the travels. Inter and Intrastate buses are also an option.
  4. What are the best places to stay in Jodhpur?

    1. Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace - For the out and out luxury and royalty-like treatment you can choose to stay within the Umaid Bhawan Palace, a part of which is still an active residence of the Royal Family. The heritage hotel wing is owned by the Taj Group offering all the modern-day facilities.

    2. Raas - This is the first boutique hotel in Jodhpur that is situated close to the Mehrangarh Fort, presenting clear views of the magnificent edifice. Other than that, the property is installed with a range of luxury facilities and features to make the stay experience memorable.

    3. Mihir Garh - This is one of the other heritage hotels that was once a fort in Jodhpur. Set amid barren and deserted topography, the lavish property offers all the imaginable amenities as well as a traditional Rajasthani stay experience with their many activities and special arrangements.

    4. Ajit Bhawan - Yet another astounding renovation of historical mansions, the Ajit Bhawan is among the top luxury resorts in Jodhpur. Boasting of a serene ambience and tasteful landscaping, this palatial lodging option has a heady mix of the traditional roots and the urban luxuries.
  5. What is Jodhpur famous for?

    Jodhpur is best known for its Palatial structures, the Mehrangarh Fort, the iconic indigo blue coloured houses in the Old City area, giving it the name of ‘Blue City’. Apart from that, the many ancient nearby cities, the Thar desert and traditional Rajasthani handicrafts are also quite renowned.
  6. What can I buy from Jodhpur?

    Here is a list of the top shopping items to get your hands on when vacationing in Jodhpur.

    - Bandhej - Printed fabric material
    - Tie ‘n’ dye
    - Metalware
    - Pichwai Paintings
    - Mojris (Juttis)
    - Lakh Bangles (hand-crafted)
    - Handicrafts decoration
    - Spices
    - Turbans
    - Poshak (traditional skirt and top set)
    - Silver and junk jewellery.

    And below are mentioned all the best places to shop from:

    - Clock Tower Market
    - Nai Sarak
    - Sojati Gate Market
    - Mochi Bazaar
    - Umaid Bhawan Palace Market
    - Kapraa Bazaar
    - Sarafa Bazaar
    - Tripolia Bazar.

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