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Driving Direction to Ajmer

Driving Direction from Delhi to Ajmer

Distance: 391 km
Driving Time: 8.00 hours

The best route to opt for, when driving from Delhi to Ajmer is NH8.
Drive out of Delhi by taking the NH8/Gurgaon Road, keep straight and drive on for 40 km on this route till Dharuhera.
Drive past Dharuhera, after a short distance take a slight left to stay on NH 8, go through a roundabout and as you pass by Reliance Petrol Pump, top up your car tank.
Keep driving straight for another 60 km via Bawal, Shahjahanpur, and Neemrana, respectively.
At Behror, halt at the roadside dhabas for lunch, and hit the road again to continue on NH 8 for another 74 km, passing through Kotputli and Pragpura.
Drive past Shahpura and continue for next 56 km via Manoharpur, Chandwaji, and Amer.
At Amer, you can make a small detour to visit the well known Amer Fort, and dine at the roof top restaurant there for a true royal experience, as the dishes are prepared by the king’s own Khansama.
If you don’t wish to make that detour, drive straight through and turn right onto Surajpol Bazar Road.
Keep straight as the road turns into Chandpol Bazar Road, and you arrive at Jaipur, where you may take another break and savour some refreshments, use washrooms, and also get your car tank filled up at the petrol pumps.
Hit the road again, and drive on NH 8 for another 27 km till you cross Bagru, where you need to lookout for Punjabdhaba on your right.
You can stop here for a quick bite and freshening up; refill your car tank on the petrol pump located on this highway, if need be.
After some snacks, move ahead on the road and keep driving on NH 8 for another 78 km crossing by Dudu and Tiloniya, till you each Kishangarh.
Halt here for some refreshments, and to freshen up; visit the Kishangarh Fort and do checkout the unique and popular Kishangarh style of paintings.
After sightseeing, hit the road and drive for another 28 km on NH 8 before you reach your final destination – Ajmer.

Driving Direction from Ahmedabad to Ajmer

Distance: 525 km
Driving Time: 11.00 hours

To drive out of Ahmedabad get onto the Shyam Prasad Vasavada Road and drive for about 54 kms before you reach NH 8.
Keep driving straight on NH 8 before you spot a signboard welcoming you to Prantij, from here continuing driving straight on NH 8 for another 27 kms before you reach Sabarkantha.
Make a halt at Sabarkantha for some delicious Gujarati thali at Ashirwad Hotel located on the NH8, you may also use the washroom here and get your car’s tank refilled here along with your car’s tyres checked for your onward journey towards Udaipur.
After your halt at Sabarkantha get onto the road again and drive for another 102kms on NH8 and cross Sunak to reach Kherwara.
Stop at Kherwara to savour the speciality Dal-bati-churma or freshen up and if need be get your car’s tank filled.
Get onto the road again after your stop at Kherwara and drive for another 83kms crossing Rikhabdeo on your way on NH 8 before you spot signboards for Udaipur bypass and the other one to enter the city.
In case you want to stop for refreshments you may make a slight detour into the city and stop at this beautiful city of lakes to enjoy the sightseeing, refill your car tank and satisfy your hunger pangs at the numerous restaurants within the city.
If you don’t want to stop at Udaipur then take the Udaipur Bypass, where you will cross by an Indian Oil pump on your right and continue on the Udaipur Bypass till you cross Geetanjali Medicity on your right.
From here drive on for another 27 km till you spot a HP petrol pump on your left and from here follow the signboards till reach Gandhi Marg.
From here it is a drive of about 68 kms before you cross Ghosunda Dham and reach Al Plaza – a fast food joint that serves Indian street food along with pizzas and burgers made with local Indian flavour.
After your halt here get back onto the road again and drive for about another 3 kms crossing four petrol pumps on your way you will come to a left turn.
Take the turn to get onto the Delhi-Jaipur-Ahmedabad-Mumbai Expressway and on this Expressway drive for another 34 kms before you reach Food Corner where you may stop to take a break from your journey.
From here, carry on for about 83 km, passing five petrol pumps, after which you will spot a sign that asks you to turn right to get on to the Nasirabad Bypass.
Take this Bypass till you pass an HP Petrol Pump and from here take a left here to stay on the Nasirabad Bypass and then take the first exit at the next roundabout.
Drive on for another 13 kms till you reach another roundabout.
At the roundabout follow signboards till you get onto the Makhupura Road.
Once on Makhupura Road it is a drive of another 5 kms before you cross St Mary’s Convent Senior Secondary School on your right and reached your destination – Ajmer.

Driving Direction from Jaipur to Ajmer

Distance: 134 km
Driving Time: 2.00 hours

If you are driving from Jaipur to Ajmer then follow the route to Bhawani Singh Road till you reach a roundabout from where you take the third exit for Hawa Sarak Road.
Continue driving on this road and follow the instructions on the road till you see a sign to turn left towards a national highway.
From here keep following the route till you spot a sign for your destination – Ajmer on your left.

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