Pushkar Travel, Rajasthan, India
Why Pushkar travel?
One of India’s oldest towns, created by Lord Brahma according to legend, this is also one of the five most sacred sites in the Hindu religion, and consequently hosts a good number of foreign tourists, but also Hindi pilgrims travelling to worship at one of the temples in the town (especially the unique Brahma temple) and bathe in the sacred lake as well as Rajasthani rural folk coming to trade camels and party in November’s Camel Fair.
Flights: the nearest airport is Jaipur’s Sanganer, with many flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Jaisalmer and Udaipur.
Rail: Trains run to nearby Ajmer from all over Rajasthan but most importantly to/from Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Bikaner, Delhi and Mumbai.
Bus: Buses go there from main Rajasthani towns and cities, as well as from Delhi.
Car/Taxi: it’s an easy drive from Jaipur of 143 kms or Jodhpur 197 kms.