“Wanderlust: Taking small steps to take a big enthusiastic leap to explore the world.”
Traveling is a therapy that makes us feel refreshed and alive again. Our monotonous lives have made us so occupied that we do not visit the café next door or a good restaurant open to tantalize your taste buds. Traveling is different! It is a wonderful experience worth cherishing. However, if you travel solo, nothing can be more beautiful than exploring the rendezvous of Udaipur’s enchanting and royal city on a bike. You can rent a bike in Bangalore for a month and start your kilometers’ worth of travel on the bike you like. Instead of waiting to purchase a bike, renting is a great and affordable idea.
Well, OnTrack is changing the face of traveling and exploring by empowering two-wheeler mobility. You can rent a bike hassle-free through the OnTrack app and go on your long-awaited tours. It has your back.
Exploring Udaipur With Bike Rentals In Bangalore
As we say, “Adventures are the best way to learn.”
So, why not set yourself on the long-lasting adventure on the rental bike you can call on your own without owning it? However, remember a few things before renting a bike, like where you are going for a ride, what kind of bike to choose, rental, insurance, financing options, etc. After keeping all these things in mind, start your journey from the busiest city to the calm and serene CITY OF LAKES: UDAIPUR. It will take you 2-3 days to travel depending on how you strategize your journey. Nearly 2000 kms apart, Udaipur is very different from Bangalore in terms of culture, people, and the places of see.
Udaipur is full of lavish grandeur and royal palaces that lets everyone experience royalty once in their lifetime. Maharana Udai Singh II founded Udaipur in 1559, a city of artificial lakes known to house the Royal Residencies. The biggest of them is Lake Pichola, where the famous City Palace is situated. It is a complex monumental palace housing 11 palaces, gardens, grand courtyards, and peacock mosaics.
What a sight to see!
Well, yes. Udaipur is also referred to as the “Venice of the East” that offers royal offerings in the lush green backdrop of Aravallis as you explore it via bike rentals in Bangalore. Don’t forget to explore the largest manmade sweet water lake in Asia that is situated here, known as the Jaisamand Lake.
When you rent a bike in Bangalore for a month, you also plan to visit Udaipur to experience the royalty of the Mewar Kingdom. If you are visiting Udaipur this December, visit the 10-day Shilpgram Festival from 21st Dec. to 30th Dec. It is a must-visit festival for people who love arts and crafts and look for beautiful home decor.
Things To See In Udaipur
If you are planning to rent a bike in Bangalore for a month and want to roam in and around Rajasthan, Udaipur must be your first stop. Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Ranthambore, Mount Abu, etc., can also be explored during this time.
Let us now quickly tell you what to watch out for in Udaipur. “Udaipur is a Foodie’s Paradise,” so keep your tum-tum full.
- City Palace
With bike rentals in Bangalore, do a pitstop first at City Palace. This lavish and grandeur palace is one of the best architectural marvels. The palace has grand pavilions, courtyards, corridors, terraces, hanging gardens, and rooms. The sun’s balcony, or Surajgokhada, is where Suryanshi Maharanas of Mewar presented themselves to the people to restore their confidence. Other royal attractions in the City Palace are Chini Chitrashala, Mor Chowk, and Manak Chowk, known for reliving Mewar’s rich cultural history.
- Jag Mandir
Udaipur is known for its cultural and architectural heritage. Jag Mandir is also known as the ‘Lake Garde Palace, built on Lake Pichola. This was used as the summer resort and for hosting parties. When he rebelled against his father, Emperor Shah Jahan was given shelter there. Jag Mandir Palace is an inspiration behind the magnificent Wonder of the World – the Taj Mahal.
- Saheliyon Ki Bari
The entry fee to this iconic place is just INR 5/- per person, and it is open from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for sightseeing. The garden was built for the maidens by Maharana Sangram Singh in the early 18th century. Princess of Udaipur, along with her maids, used to visit Saheliyon ki Bari. You can watch for marble fountains, elephant structures, kiosks in the pool, and the lotus pool.
- Sajjangarh Fort
It is five kilometers from Udaipur and is known as the Monsoon Palace of the Royals. The fort is situated on the Bansdara Peak of the Aravalli Hills. Maharana Sajjan Singh resided here during monsoons, and the king watched rain clouds from the Sajjangarh Fort. The delightful view is mesmerizing as you can watch the lakes of Udaipur, as the fort is on the hilltop of Aravalli. There is a full-fledged cistern system and rainwater harvesting system in this 9-storey tall marble fort.
- Jagdish Temple
Relieve your religious faith in this Indo-Aryan style-built Jagdish Temple. It was built in 1651 and is cited as one of the grandeur places of all time. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and you can watch out for the nicely carved pillars, gracefully painted walls, and huge ceilings. Maharana Jagat Singh I built this three-storey temple. There is no entry fee to the temple; you can visit it every day from 05:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 04:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Udaipur is known for its cultural heritage. There are many places worth your time that you can go around to and explore for hours together. You must take out enough days to explore the grandeur of Rajasthan, the Royal City. When coming to Udaipur, hop on to OnTrack App, and register bike rentals in Bangalore for a hassle-free and smooth journey to the iconic City of Lakes: Udaipur.