Women Only Tours in Udaipur


Know as the 'Venice of the East', Udaipur has a rich history that runs more than a thousand years deep. Such is the beauty and heritage of Udaipur that numerous poets and writers have found their inspiration here. But Udaipur is just not about lakes and palaces, hidden behind its hypnotic royal charm is a city full of welcoming people, colourful bazaar and lively art scene. Come lose your heart to this City of Lakes with our Getaway Goddess Udaipur tours.

  • Best Time to Travel

    September to March

  • Curent Weather

    29 Degrees C

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Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Udaipur

Apart from its gorgeous palaces and lakes, Udaipur is also famous for its unmatched shopping scene! The markets here are full of traditional handicrafts like wooden toys, wall-hangings, kaath putlis, etc, Kundan jewellery, Pichwai paintings, leather items, tie-and-dye clothes & more. Some of our favourite markets are Hathi Pol Bazaar, Bada Bazaar and Chetak Circle.


Mewar Festival (March/April)
Celebrated to welcome spring, the Mewar festival is celebrated throughout Udaipur. During this festival, the entire city is drenched in the colours of festivity. The main highlight of Mewar festival is the procession, carrying the idols of Shiva and Parvati, that passes through the city. In addition to this, you have various cultural dances and fireworks to complete the show.

Shilpgram Crafts Fair (February)
Shopoholics are in for a treat at Shilpgram Mela. Held annually Udaipur, the festival aims to promote the art and craft of Rajasthan. So if you are looking for some authentic Rajasthani handicrafts, this is the place to be


Lake Pichola
Lake Pichola is a beautiful, picturesque lake located in Udaipur and is the largest and oldest lakes in the city. Built in 1362 by Pichhu Banjara under the rule of Maharana Lakha, the lake has two islands - Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas which were developed to provide a stunning view off the lake. A boat ride here is highly recommended.

Udaipur City Palace
Breath-taking, that's how visitors choose to describe the Udaipur City Palace. Constructed on the banks of Lake Pichola, the palace is a treat for sore eyes with its big corridors, arches, domes, pavilions, terraces and gardens. Believe it or not, the City Palace houses a total of 11 palaces inside it walls. 

A spectacularly well-preserved temple complex, Eklingji comprises of a staggering 108 individual temples that have origins dating back to 734 A.D. We recommend visiting this temple complex on Monday, when the Maharana of Udaipur visit the site.

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