3 Day Trip to Ajmer

By Triphobo Travel Expert | 12 Dec'16 to 14 Dec'16
INR INR
4100
  • Monday 12, Dec Ajmer
    • 09:00 am Stay for 30 min
      Savitri Temple

      This temple is built on Ratnagiri hill and is home to Goddess Savitri, who is Brahma’s estr...

    • 14.113 km | 18.80 mins
      09:48 am Stay for 45 min
      Hotel Sobhraj
      Dargah sharif road 12 reviews
      INR 4100.00
  • Tuesday 13, Dec Ajmer
    • 09:00 am Stay for 45 min
      Hotel Sobhraj
      Dargah sharif road 12 reviews
      INR 4100.00
    • 1.0 km | 6 mins
      09:50 am Stay for 45 min
      Dargah Shariff

      The Dargah Sharif or the Ajmer Sharif is a Sufi shrine of the great Moinuddin Chisti, who is also...

    • 0.4 km | 2 mins
      10:37 am Stay for 30 min
      Adhai-din Ka Jhonpra Mosque

      This mosque derives its name from a belief that fairs used to be organized in this place for 2 an...

    • 2.1 km | 9 mins
      11:16 am Stay for 1 hr
      Ana Sagar Lake

      The Ana Sagar Lake is in Ajmer, Rajasthan. It is a beautiful artificial lake which was built in t...

    • 0.8 km | 2 mins
      12:19 pm Stay for 45 min
      Shah Jahans Mosque

      The Shah Jahan’s Mosque is built within the inner courtyards of the Dargah Sharif in Ajmer,...

    • 2.3 km | 8 mins
      01:12 pm Stay for 1:30 hrs
      Akbars Palace And Museum

      The Akbar’s Palace and Museum is located just near the Ajmer Railway station and houses a f...

    • 1.3 km | 4 mins
      02:46 pm Stay for 2:30 hrs
      Mahila Mandi

      Apart from the other attractions, Ajmer is also the perfect shopping destination. The noise and c...

    • 2.6 km | 8 mins
      05:24 pm Stay for 30 min
      Mayo College Museum

      One will get to view items which relate to various areas of knowledge and learning in this Museum...

  • Wednesday 14, Dec Ajmer
    • 09:00 am Stay for 45 min
      Hotel Sobhraj
      Dargah sharif road 12 reviews
      INR 4100.00
    • 12.3 km | 26 mins
      10:11 am Stay for 1 hr
      Rangji Temple

      The original temple of Lord Rangji dates back to the year 1823. It was built by Seth Puran Mal Ga...

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