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Jodhpur to Udaipur Cab

We are in cab rental business since 2007 so if you are planning to visit Udaipur or your next stop is Udaipur then cab hiring with us is the best option as we do provide comfortable cabs with a very good price offer for you. Udaipur is known as the city of lakes and it can be covered at any weekend holiday and it is only 5 hrs from jodhpur. We assure you best quality cab experience to make your Udaipur trip an amazing trip. Even if you are going on a business trip we are available to serve you because we know what you want.

Jodhpur to Udaipur Car rental and Fare

This Fare is a projection for 2 days tour of Udaipur based on 500km of running. Cheapest cab for Udaipur will cost you ₹ 4500/- for Jodhpur-Udaipur-Jodhpur for 1 day. This is estimated cost as it doesn't include any toll and parking charges as the actual cost may vary.

₹ 4500/- in Sedan Car @Rs9/km
₹ 6000/- in INNOVA @₹12/km
₹ 9000/- in 12 Seater Tempo Traveller @₹18/km
₹ 10000/- in 16 Seater Tempo Traveller @₹20/km

Jodhpur to Udaipur Distance and time

By road distance from Jodhpur to Udaipur is approx 250km and by car, it will take approx 5 hrs to reach Udaipur and Udaipur is only connected to Jodhpur by Road as there are no other options to go to udaipur.

Other ways to reach Jaisalmer

As Udaipur is not connected to Jodhpur by train route and arial route so by road is the only option left to reach Udaipur. Apart from private cab hire bus is the option you can go to Udaipur and it will take approx 6 to 7 hours to reach Udaipur.

  • Rajasthan Roadways Buses
  • Jain Travels

More About Udaipur

Udaipur was founded in 1559 by Maharana Udai Singh II in the fertile circular Girwa Valley to the southwest of Nagda, on the Banas River. The city was established as the new capital of the Mewar kingdom. This area already had a thriving trading town, Ayad, which had served as the capital of Mewar in the 10th through 12th centuries. The Girwa region was thus already well known to Chittaud rulers who moved to it whenever the vulnerable tableland Chittaurgarh was threatened with enemy attacks. Maharana Udai Singh II, in the wake of 16th-century emergence of artillery warfare, decided during his exile at Kumbhalgarh to move his capital to a more secure location. Ayad was flood-prone, hence he chose the ridge east of Pichola Lake to start his new capital city, where he came upon a hermit while hunting in the foothills of the Aravalli Range. The hermit blessed the king and guided him to build a palace on the spot, assuring him it would be well protected. Udai Singh II consequently established a residence on the site. In November 1567, the Mughal emperor Akbar laid siege to the venerated fort of Chittor. To protect Udaipur from External attacks, Maharana Udai Singh built a six kilometre long city wall, with seven gates, namely Surajpole, Chandpole, Udiapole, Hathipole, Ambapole, Brahmpole and so on. The area within these walls and gates is still known as the old city or the walled city. to know more about Udaipur City refer to wikipedia

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