Our next destination was Jaipur, 400 kilometers north of Udaipur.
Jaipur forms the “golden triangle” with the Capital New Delhi, and home of the Taj Mahal, Agra since they are all under 300 kilometers from each other.
It is common in India for a Google Map/GPS location to be inaccurate; this was the case for our intended camp in Pushkar, Rajasthan.
We were routed through a single lane road paved through rural Rajasthan across farm land and through villages.
This is the only road in the area and there are no tourist attractions which allowed us to view isolated rural life in India. After hours of searching for our intended camp, we decided to continue onto Jaipur.
After arriving in Jaipur we visited the Nahargarh Fort which was built in 1734. The view included Jantar Mantar, the world's largest sun dial.
Next stop Delhi!