We provide the best travel experiences with our well-designed Rajasthan tour packages. We provide sightseeing, cozy accommodations, smooth transfers, and scrumptious meals on these packages for a pleasurable vacation. Moreover, we also provide customization with which tourists can design the itineraries of package as per their requirements and budget. You can book Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Kerala, and other famous cities of India.
Rajasthan is the land of myriad tales of chivalry, majestic forts, and palatial Havelis. This culturally rich state is a jewel in India’s crown, which boasts about towering temples, tranquil lakes, wildlife reserves, and golden dunes. With our handpicked Rajasthan tour packages, tourists can explore the enchanting beauty of these idyllic places and get a sneak peek into the glorious history. They can embark on a Rajasthan tour to delight in the cultural opulence and explore the popular attractions.
Visitors can have a unique experience during the sightseeing tour of Rajasthan and explore significant cities such as Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, Mount Abu, and Jodhpur. They can indulge in adventure activities such as camel ride, desert safari, boat rides, and jeep safari. Additionally, Rajasthan is dotted with a large number of temples including Brahma Temple, Karni Mata Temple, Eklingji Temple, Dilwara Temple, and Ranakpur Temple.
It is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, which offers opportunities to explore the rich biodiversity and unique ecosystem. The popular wildlife sanctuaries are Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. During the tour, visitors can also explore the most notable architectural structures such as Kumbhalgarh Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Amer Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jal Mahal, and Nahargarh Fort.
Rajasthan is the largest state of India in terms of area. It shares its borders with 5 states - Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh. Rajasthan is often called the Land of Maharajas because there are various forts in different towns and cities like Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur, and Udaipur. Tourists across the world visit Rajasthan for its quintessential charm and warm hospitality. This princely state exudes its customs and royalty on high. Rajasthan has endless opportunities for every kind of traveller. From luxury to romance and adventure to culture seekers; Rajasthan is a must visit place.
How to Reach in Rajasthan
How to reach Rajasthan is what travelers coming from the far destinations look out for. Reaching Rajasthan is easy and quick from all the states in India. It has good connectivity with air, railways, and roads. Jaipur has an international airport, which is well connected with flights from international destinations like Dubai, Singapore, Thailand, etc. Domestic tourists can also reach Rajasthan by air. The domestic airports in Rajasthan are located in Udaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Bikaner, and Jaisalmer.
Tourists can also reach Rajasthan by train. Its vast railway network connects it with various Indian states. Direct trains to Rajasthan run from the metro cities like Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, and Hyderabad. For international tourists, there are several luxury trains like Palace on Wheels, Maharaja Express, and Royal Rajasthan on Wheels. These trains transport tourists to the whole new world of luxury and cultural heritage. Road journey to Rajasthan via NH-8 Highway is worth taking for tourists coming from Delhi and the NCR region.
Best time to Visit in Rajasthan
To understand the best time to visit Rajasthan, you must know about the climate of Rajasthan. It is divided into 4 seasons - summer, monsoon, post-monsoon and winters. Temperature and climate hover differently to some extent depending upon the region tourists are visiting in Rajasthan. April-June marks the summer season in Rajasthan. Must visit summer places in Rajasthan include Mount Abu Ranakpur, Bundi, Udaipur, Ajmer.
The monsoon commences in Rajasthan between July-September and the temperature remains tropical for sightseeing. Rain showers in Rajasthan attract tourists which marks monsoon season, the peak tourist month. The best monsoon places in Rajasthan are Udaipur, Pushkar, Alwar, and Mount Abu. October marks the winter months in Rajasthan and the temperature decreases during November-February. It is the time when the climate fluctuates in day and night. Winter months mark the festive season in Rajasthan's different states like Jaislamer, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Jaipur, and Pushkar.
When it comes to places to visit in Rajasthan, travellers would be spoilt with choices. This princely state serves tourists of different tastes, mostly luxury-loving and romantic tourists. It has calming lakes, thrilling wildlife parks, towering forts, and cultural and traditional villages to tour. For those seeking romantic experiences, Udaipur, Jaipur, and Jaisalmer are the must-visit places in Rajasthan. For holidays in the wilderness, Ranthambore National Park is the place to go. Although, history, culture, and tradition could be experienced in each town of Rajasthan tourists visit. There are rustic villages where the old community still lives with their traditions. Tourists will love visiting culturally rich places like Bundi and Bishnoi village.
Shopping in Rajasthan
Along with its rich culture, Rajasthan is a paradise for shopaholics. When it comes to shopping in Rajasthan, there is no shortage for tourists. From colourful arts to vibrant crafts, the local bazaars in Rajasthan transport tourists to the bygone era. One of the famed markets for shopping in Rajasthan is Johari Bazar in Jaipur . Other famous markets are Sojati Gate Market (Jodhpur) and - Hathi Pol Bazar (Udaipur).
When you visit Rajasthan must attend most famous festivals of Rajasthan
The land of Maharajas - Rajasthan is known for its vibrant festivals. The most famous festivals in Rajasthan are Udaipur Mewar Festival, Pushkar Camel Festival, Teej Festival, Kumbhalgarh Festival, Kota Adventure Festival, and Kabir Yatra. However, these are only a few famous festivals in Rajasthan, which are liked by both - local and international tourists.
Must try the famous cuisine of Rajasthan on your Rajasthan trip
The cuisine of Rajasthan is mouthwatering. It is one of the best places in India to taste the lip-smacking local cuisine. The signature dish of Rajasthan is Dal-Baati-Churma. Tourists will love to satiate their hunger with local vegetarian food as most of the Rajasthani menus are predominated by vegetarian meals. People who want spicy food can eat Gatte ki Sabzi, mirchi ke gutte, mirchi vada, Ker Sangri ki Sabzi, and Ker Pickle. Treats for those having a sweet tooth are ghevar, mawa kachori, and besan ki chakki.Eateries are scattered across each town in Rajasthan to gorge on the mouthwatering local food. However, tourists will easily find different types of cuisine in Rajasthan.
Enjoy Nightlife in Rajasthan
Talking about the nightlife of Rajasthan, tourists will be spoilt with options. Cultural shows are organized in Rajasthan for the tourists who love to enjoy the nightlife. Also, the pubs, restaurants, and bars are scattered across all towns in Rajasthan. There are stages set for cultural evenings at Amber Fort. At night, puppet shows are organized in Rajasthan that give the tourist the glimpse of its cultural side in its purest form.
Best places to stay during you holiday in Rajasthan
Accommodation in Rajasthan is available for every budget and requirement.. So it is a myth that Rajasthan is only for the luxury-loving tourists. However, Rajasthani hospitality's best could be experienced at the lavish hotels like Umaid Bhawan Palace and Taj Lake Palace. There are accommodation options in Rajasthan for budget tourists and backpackers also. According to the budget, tourists could pick the type of accommodation on their Rajasthan trip from hostels to home stays.
There is nothing better to explore the delightful state of Rajasthan like a local. To live this dream, we offer personalized Rajasthan tour packages. Tourists can customize their Rajasthan trip itinerary and add sightseeing according to their plans. There is a dedicated Rajasthan trip host behind every Rajasthan holiday package that will give tourists the insider tips about the Land of Maharajas.