Jodhpur Travel Guide
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Member Reviews (14)
- JodhpurMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsOct 20, 2013
Jodhpur, with the heavy battlements of the Mehrangarh (Majestic Fort) looming from a high plateau over the blue houses of the old city, looks the perfect setting for the kingdom of medieval Hindu warlords who once made their capital here. Few places on earth can beat the Old City for atmosphere; getting lost here for a few hours is one of the surest ways to end up with some spectacular photographs. Sunbaked, dusty, and desert-ringed, Jodhpur is steeped in history. Be sure to spend a couple days here: the Majestic Fort lives up to its name, and there's always something new to discover around the next blue-washed corner.
- JodhpurApr 08, 2013
As part of my school's India trek, we spent two days in "glamping" (glamorous camping) in the desert of Jodhpur. After settling into the campsite, we rode on camel-back through the desert to take some photos on sand dunes and watch the sun set. Later that night we sat around a bonfire, eating traditional cuisine and listing to local music. Some of us even learned the traditional dance form of ghoomar from a young local woman who danced on glass and sharp spikes!
Overall, it was a great experience and resulted in amazing photos.
- JodhpurNov 24, 2012
Jodhpur ist eine typische Rajasthani-Stadt, sehr viel Verkehr und schmutzig und hektisch. Es ist ziemlich gut verbunden mit neu-Delhi (mit 9 Stunden Strecke mit dem Zug). Fort ist der Haupt-Touristen-in Jodhpur zurückzuziehen. Und es ist auf jeden Fall einen Besuch wert. Es lohnt sich auch, in der man in die Altstadt, zu sehen blauen Farben Gebäuden ausgeschlossen.
- JodhpurMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 10Jul 05, 2012
Jodhpur, one of the royal charms in desert that one can witness even today. The palaces now turned to hotels gives the best feel of it. Beautiful place.. beautiful locations to watch.. beautiful things to do .. one will get addicted to see them again n again n again..
- JodhpurMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBackpackersJul 04, 2012
The Blue City and its incredible fort make for some incredible roof-top pictures. Skip overcrowded Jaipur and start your tour of Rajasthan here instead. Ride out of town via camel on your way to Jaisalmer.
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