Destination: Udaipur (02 Nights/ 03Days)
An oasis of cool, with its massive lake and Venetian-like appearance, Udaipur is one of the most romantic towns in Rajasthan, crammed full of palaces and temples.
The Venice of the East or the City of Lakes, Udaipur is a stunning city. It is one of Rajasthan’s bigger cities and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful mountains, lakes, temples, and palaces. Even for those who just want to relax and take in the city itself, there is a lot to see and learn.
Udaipur is one of the most well-known visitor spots for both domestic and foreign visitors. It is one of the romantic vacation spots that combines both contemporary advancements and old-world charm. One such city with a wide variety of tourist attractions is Udaipur. The locations serve as a reminder of the Rajput era’s opulent architecture.
Additionally, the beautiful scenery illustrates how kind nature tends to be wherever it chooses to be.
- Fateh Sagar Lake
This captivating manmade lake is dedicated to Maharana Fateh Singh of Udaipur and Mewar. The lake’s azure water and the mountains’ green backdrop provide for an excellent scene that is pleasing to the eye. Because of its distinctive combination of colours and unmatched natural beauty, this lake is regarded as one of Udaipur’s best lakes.
- Lake Pichola
Lake Pichola sits in the centre of Udaipur city, another magnificent manmade lake. In the year 1362 AD, Picchu Banjara, a member of the Banjara tribe, constructed this lake. One of the most visited lakes in Udaipur due to its serene waters and charming islands and temples surrounding it.
- Badi Lake
Badi Lake is an enchanting fresjwater lake in Udaipur. It was started by Maharana Raj Singh as a way to repair the harm that starvation and drought had done. Three kiosks, or chhatris, along the 155 square kilometre lake’s perimeter. When there was a drought in 1973, water from this lake was used. When you return to Udaipur, be sure to see this lake.
- Udai Sagar Lake
Another well-known name on the list of lakes in Udaipur is Udai Sagar Lake, which was built in the 16th century under Maharana Uday Singh.
This 4-kilometer-long dam is thought to have been commissioned by the Maharana to satisfy his region’s water needs. Many conflicts and wars were fought on the shores of this famed lake during Maharana Uday Singh’s turbulent reign as ruler of Udaipur. However, Udaisagar Lake has been a popular tourist destination and historical site for decades.
- Jaisamand Lake
This lake is the second-largest man-made lake in India, lies about 50 km from the city of Udaipur. On the banks of the Gomati River, a 14-km lake was created in the 17th century during the reign of Maharana Jai Singh. A massive marble dam with six cenotaphs is thought to have been constructed by the Maharana as a means of irrigation amid Rajasthan’s months-long severe drought. This lake’s dam is so large that a Shiva temple has been constructed atop it.
- Rajsamand Lake
In 1660 Maharana Raj Singh built Rajsamand Lake, also recognized as Rajsamudra Lake. Visitors interested in exploring the lake can take leisurely strolls around its length and breadth, taking in the year-round magnificent sunsets. There are marble ghats that lead into the lake near the lake’s southernmost point.