Jodhpur is like stepping back in time, it’s modern and you’ll have a hard time finding decent Western food here – which is usually an indicator of how touristy a place is. The Old City is jammed with people, cars can’t go in, and the bustling clock tower is so busy.
It’s somewhere that will give you a sense of that Indian culture shock that we all get a kick out of but at the same time it’s small enough that if you walk around and get lost you can hop in a rickshaw and they’ll likely know your hotel or at least the area the hotel is in and help you find your way home for just a couple bucks.
While in Jodhpur, you don’t need to think luxury – instead think eating Indian food with your hands, getting lost in the maze of blue buildings, photographing the amazing sights and people, seeing animals in the streets, and staying in a haveli from the 15th and 16th century.
Get in touch with the artisans, local bazaar and lakes inside the city. Relax your eyes with the view of famous stepwells and beautiful lakes. Know about the stories behind the construction of different water bodies, sophisticated water architecture and their importance in the old time and in new. Enhance your history by talking with our guides throughout the walk. Create your memories by getting the best from our trip.