Gurgaon to Udaipur Taxi

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About Udaipur

 Udaipur is mostly preferred by travellers. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Udaipur is, however, mostly preferred by by Couple, Family. The best season or months to visit places in Udaipur are January, February, October, November, December. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Udaipur, which are great places to visit, Udaipur can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter. 

Famous Places To Visit In Udaipur

 

  • Lake Palace

The Lake Palace in Udaipur was built in 1743 -1746 by Jagat Singh II. It was built in the middle of Lake Pichola over the backdrop of beautiful Aravalli Mountain. The palace had been the summer palace for several rulers in Udaipur and was the hiding place for British families during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. 

  • City Palace

The City Palace was built by Maharana Udai Mirza Singh as the capital of the Sisodia Rajput clan in 1559, after he moved from Chittor. Located on the east bank of the Pichola Lake, it has several palaces within its complex. Considered the largest of its kind in Rajasthan, the palatial building displays a fusion of the Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles. Built on a hilltop, the palace provides an aerial view of the city and its surrounding.

  • Pichola Lake

Pichola Lake is an artificial fresh water lake that has been named after the nearby Picholi Village. Created in the year 1362 AD, it is one of the several contiguous lakes, developed over the last few centuries in and around Udaipur city.To meet the drinking water and irrigation requirements of the city and its neighbourhood, the lake was primarily created by building a dam. In 1362 AD, the lake was built by Banjara, a gypsy 'Banjara' tribesman, who transported grain during the reign of Maharana Lakha.

  • Fateh Sagar

Fateh Sagar is an artificial lake that was constructed by Maharana Fateh Singh to the north of Pichola Lake in 1678. Situated to the north-west of Udaipur, the lake is considered to be the pride of this 'City of Lakes'.One of the four lakes of the city, its blue waters and the backdrop of green has given the nickname of ‘second Kashmir’ to the city. Three small islands are located within the confines of the lake.

  • Ahar

Ahar is famous for being the cremation ground of the rulers of Mewar. Renowned as an archaeological site, the town is famous for the cenotaphs of the royal rulers and an archaeological museum. Located at a distance of 3 km from Udaipur, the town has more than 19 cenotaphs of the kings, who were cremated here. The memorial consists of several columns that are supported by platforms sheltered by arched roofs. 

 

Gurgaon To  Udaipur Taxi Per/Kilometer wise Rates:

 

Approx Distance From Gurgaon to Udaipur :  650 km

 

        Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

        Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

        Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

             Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

             Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

             Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll, Tax and parking’s as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

             Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

              Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

              Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

              Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

              Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

              Driver allowance Rs.350 per day  

              Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day  

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

              Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

              Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

        

 

 

Excluded:

  • Meal
  • Guide
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Driver Tips
  • State Tax
  • Toll Tax

 

Payment Options:

  • 20% Advance Payment
  • Online- Credit/Debit Cards
  • Cash Pickup from your home/office
  • Bank Deposits
  • Pay Driver

 

Comments   

 
0 #1 Vishwajeet 2014-10-06 08:44
Thankyou travelindiaonli ne for making our trip memorable. :-)
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