Our Rajasthan tour packages give you an opportunity to time travel and relish the magical expanse of Royal Rajasthan Tour. You wouldn’t stop yourself from living every moment twice of your Rajasthan tour. After all, it is not just a state, it is the pride of its bygone rulers and the joy in the voice of people who say ‘Padharo Mhare Desh’. Rajasthan is a vast land that is dotted with the glistening lakes, ancient forts, unexplored Havelis, and the massive Thar Desert. We offer Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Bangalore, Kerala, and other famous cities of the country. One can also customize Rajasthan tour with us and we have options of meticulously crafted itineraries which is being designed by the experts. Book the best Rajasthan tour packages with us and get the best discounts with the opportunity to explore the land of Maharajas with opulent hospitality and graciousness.
Our collection of Rajasthan Tour packages are classily created to suit those seeing for holidays in North India. Be there with a family trip, romantic honeymoon or for an adventure voyage, you will be in wonder of the options. Every visit of the city gives you the wonderful memories.
Rajasthan is a vast land that is dotted with the ancient forts and palaces, unexplored Havelis, glistening lakes and the massive Thar Desert. We offer Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Bangalore, Kerala, and other famous cities of the country. One can also avail customized Rajasthan packages from us as per your requirements. Get the best discounts with the opportunity to explore the land of Maharajas with opulent hospitality and graciousness.
Indian Holiday offers the Rajasthan holiday packages which are designed to offer you a peek into the era where all you get to relish are opulence and artistry. These small things counted together make Rajasthan one of the most popular tourist places in India.
Rajasthan tours fetch some topmost places of the country with the main focus on favorite Rajasthan destinations, involving the cities of Jaisalmer, Jaipur, and Udaipur. Overall, the purpose here is to let you delight the loveliness of the land which is full of magnificent forts and Havelis.
Still, yearning for more things to explore on your holiday in Royal Rajasthan? Take on the road to the World Heritage Hill Forts of Rajasthan, marvel at the frescoes and Havelis or photograph the wild stretches of Ranthambore. Sit along the glistening lakes and feel the bliss of skipping the monotony that fills your heart with joy. Join the crowd of shopaholics as Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur raise curtains to a world full of drop-dead gorgeous jewelry, Bandhini fabrics and more.
Showcasing India at its most colorful and exotic best, Rajasthan is one of the most visited destinations in the country. The journey begins from the vibrant bazaars and resplendent forts and palaces of the pink city, Jaipur which is a part of the Golden Triangle tour. And takes one down to the city of lakes, Udaipur and its floating palaces. From the camel safari in the Sand dunes of
Thar in Jaisalmer and Bikaner to the abundant wildlife of Ranthambore and Bharatpur. These tastefully crafted Rajasthan holiday packages are your permit to an era of grandiose, heroism and romance. Unfolding many of its moods, Rajasthan flaunts its every city distinctively.
There is so much in this state to keep even the fussiest of travelers on their toes. Live the royal life by staying in one of the palace hotels that are now some of the best heritage hotels in India. Moreover, Rajasthan is one of the most chosen honeymoon destinations in India. So if your mind is wondering where to escape with your partner, let our Rajasthan honeymoon package make your journey memorable.
Your Rajasthan tour is incomplete without royalty, colors, hospitality, celebrations, culture, dance, history, traditions and above all fairs and festivals. Feel pleased in the midst of colorful people and ancient culture to warm the soul for a memorable experience. Set out on a Royal Rajasthan tour that gives strong photographs of Indian culture, customs and rituals to understand the uniqueness of the land. Our Rajasthan holiday packages help you have a great time in the desert city of North India. It offers you the complete package of excitements make it a cherished rajasthan vacation.
Best Places to Visit in Rajasthan
Jaipur also famed as the ‘Pink City’. Bestowed with majestic forts and palaces, the city remains thronged with tourists throughout the year. Delectable Dal Baati Churma and Lal Maas offered here are a treat to your taste buds.
- Jaipur Famous For: Forts & Palaces, Culture Heritage, Shopping
- Nearest Airport: Jaipur International Airport
- Nearest Railway Station: Jaipur Junction railway station
- Best Time to Visit Jaipur: November to February
- Ideal Duration: 3 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Palace, Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar
Udaipur gives a chance to indulge in amazing experiences at the ‘City of Lakes’. Be it staying at one of the heritage hotels like the Taj Lake Palace situated amidst Lake Pichola or delight in the monsoon season, you can do it all here.
- Udaipur Famous For: Lakes, Palaces, Heritage, Culture, Handicrafts
- Nearest Airport: Maharana Pratap Airport Udaipur
- Nearest Railway Station: Udaipur railway station
- Best Time to Visit Udaipur: October to March
- Ideal Duration: 3 Days
- Tourist Attractions: City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jagmandir, Lake Palace, Saheliyon ki Bari
Hailed as the ‘Golden City’, Jaisalmer is another popular place to visit in Rajasthan. The golden sand dunes and the majestic Jaisalmer Fort that dominates the skyline are the major attractions here.
- Jaisalmer Famous For: Desert Safari, Forts, Havelis, Culture
- Nearest Airport: Jodhpur Airport (Located 300 km away from Jaisalmer)
- Nearest Railway Station: Jaisalmer railway station
- Best Time to Visit Jaisalmer: November to February
- Ideal Duration: 2 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Jaisalmer Fort, Desert Safari, Jain Temples, Patwon ki Haveli, Gadisar Lake
The second largest city in the state of Rajasthan, Jodhpur also has so much to offer. With its mighty Mehrangarh Fort overlooking the city, the town casts a spell on the visitors.
- Jodhpur Famous For: Forts, Temples, Blue Houses, Culture, Shopping
- Nearest Airport: Jodhpur Airport
- Nearest Railway Station: Jodhpur Junction railway station
- Best Time to Visit Jodhpur: October to February
- Ideal Duration: 2 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Museum
A former royal hunting ground, Ranthambore National Park is home to tigers, leopards and marsh crocodiles. An imposing 10th-century Ranthambore Fort adds to the mystic aura.
- Ranthambore Famous For: Tigers, Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari
- Nearest Airport: Jaipur International Airport (Located 200 km away from Ranthambore National Park)
- Nearest Railway Station: Sawai Madhopur Junction railway station
- Best Time to Visit Ranthambore: October to April
- Ideal Duration: 2 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Ranthambore Fort, Kacheeda Valley, Jogi Mahal, Padam Lake
One of the revered pilgrimage sites and dotted with 400 temples, Pushkar is situated on the bank of the Pushkar Lake. It is world-famous for its spectacular Camel Fair.
- Pushkar Famous For: Camel Fair, Lake, Temples, Ghats
- Nearest Airport: Jaipur International Airport (Located 150 km away from Pushkar)
- Nearest Railway Station: Pushkar Terminus
- Best Time to Visit Pushkar: November to March
- Ideal Duration: 2 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Pushkar Lake, Brahmaji Temple, Savitri Mata Temple, Rangji Temple
The town is popularly known as the home of Keoladeo National Park. Drenched in culture and folklore, Bharatpur is an exotic offbeat destination.
- Bharatpur Famous For: Bird Sanctuary, Forts
- Nearest Airport: Bharatpur Airport
- Nearest Railway Station: Bharatpur Junction railway station
- Best Time to Visit Bharatpur: October to February
- Ideal Duration: 2 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Bharatpur National Park, Lohagarh Fort, Banke Bihari Temple, Bharatpur Palace & Museum
8. Mount Abu
Perched at an elevation of 1,220 meters, Mount Abu is snuggled in the Aravalli mountain range and the only hill station in the desert state of Rajasthan. It is a popular retreat among travelers.
- Mount Abu Famous For: Hill Stations, Temples, Aravalli Mountain Range
- Nearest Airport: Udaipur Airport (Located 200 km away from Mount Abu)
- Nearest Railway Station: Abu Road railway station
- Best Time to Visit Mount Abu: November to June
- Ideal Duration: 2 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Dilwara Temples, Nakki Lake, Sunset Point Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
Located amidst the Thar Desert, Bikaner is famous for its magnificence in architecture, art, and culture. The old-world charm of this dazzling lures a large number of tourists.
- Bikaner Famous For: Forts and Palaces
- Nearest Airport: Civil Airport Bikaner
- Nearest Railway Station: Bikaner Junction railway station
- Best Time to Visit Bikaner: October to March
- Ideal Duration: 2 Days
- Tourist Attractions: Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Lalgarh Palace, Gajner Palace and Wildlife Sanctuary
Why is Rajasthan Famous for its tourism?
One destination, innumerable attractions! Tourists from all over the world find the royal state of Rajasthan a major tourist destination in India. Owing to several vibrant cities such as Jodhpur and Jaipur, traditional puppet show, its folk dance and music, palaces and forts, golden Desert, delectable food, colorful festivals, etc. It is also famous for textiles, semi-precious stones, handicrafts items, and vibrant art. Rajasthan cast a spell as it is claimed as the top place for tourism.
Things to do in Rajasthan
Rajasthan is a true majestic state by all means. Its opulent food, heritage sites, and forts are delightful attractions. The state is also well-known for exciting things to do. Check out the list of things to do in Rajasthan where you can enjoy yourself with your family and friends in Rajasthan. Take a look!
Experience Camel riding:
Don’t miss out on the rustic desert experience when in Rajasthan. The best areas of Rajasthan for typical desert safari are Bikaner, Osian, and Jaisalmer. Camel safari is one adventurous activity that must undertake to discover the unknown places of the striking golden city. It is the best thing to do in Rajasthan with your families and kids.
- Location: Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur, and Pushkar
- Timings: Jaisalmer Camel Safari timings: 5 A.M to 7 A.M (sunrise) and 5 P.M to 7 P.M (sunset)
- Camel Safari timings: Opens 24 hours
Admire the Exquisite Architecture:
The attractive places and forts in Rajasthan are large in number and all of them have an exquisite structure. The best things to do in Rajasthan are to admire the wonderful beauty of royal structures. The assortment and radiance of the architectural heritage of Rajasthan lure visitors from all over the world.
- Location: Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Chittorgarh
Go for Desert Camping:
It is one of the best experiences for a lifetime. Desert Camp offers luxury tented accommodation, camel safaris, and remarkable desert experience. It brings the pleasure, charm, uniqueness, and enthusiasm of the desert life. Planning your Rajasthan tour then Indian Holiday will be the perfect choice with whom you can venture out into the desert and staying in a desert camp.
- Location: Jaisalmer, Pushkar, and Jodhpur
Enjoy Royal Wildlife Safaris in Rajasthan:
It accommodates one of the most well-known wildlife reserves of the country. You can take a Jeep Safari tour of Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary. Wildlife Safaris in Rajasthan are the best ways to probe deep into the core wildlife zones and have a captivating encounter with the jungles dwellers. You can easily spot the royal Indian Tigers, hyenas, leopards, blackbuck and several other fascinating species.
- Location: Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan
- Timing: The morning hours 06:00 A.M to 09:30 A.M and evening hours from 03:00 P.M to 06:30 P.M.
One of the most spine-chilling activities in Rajasthan. Hot Air Ballooning is appealing the tourists from worldwide. Soaring high in the sky on a hot air balloon is the marvelous experience and gives you an insight into this royal land. Take your pick of the backdrop and set out to navigate in the sky. Plan your rajasthan vacation with your family and friends
- Location: Jaipur, Pushkar, and Ranthambore
- Timings: The usual timings for hot air balloons are 05:00 A.M from April to June (no evening ride due to immense heat).
- Timings: 06:15 A.M to 04:00 P.M during September to November.
- Timings: 06:45 A.M to 03:30 P.M during December to March.
Enjoy Dune Bashing:
A tremendously popular sport in the Thar Desert. Dune Bashing is an activity of driving a vehicle in the desert. It is a real bump of adventure and an interesting way to explore the sand dunes. You can rent a jeep from the neighborhood dealers and have the blast. It is one of the most exclusive things to do in Jaisalmer.
- Location: Jaisalmer Timings: November to April is the best time while December to January is the busiest month.
Elephant Safari at Amer Fort:
Have you ever had a daytime out with Elephants? Well, this is the perfect opportunity to have one. You can try your hand on this activity at Amer Fort. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Jaipur, an elephant ride up to Amer fort can be a remarkable experience. It is one of the most visited tourist places near Jaipur.
- Location: Jaipur
- Timings: 08:30 A.M to 12:00 P.M
Desert Trekking Expedition:
Trekking in Udaipur is a brilliant experience as it is encircled by the exquisite Aravalli Mountain Range. Swanky greenery of Alwar and Heritage density of Mount Abu is the most preferred trek for adventure lovers. This beautiful environment attracts not only adventure seekers but nature lovers too. Kumbhalgarh is the best place for trekking.
- Location: Mount Abu, Jaipur, Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh and Ranakpur
- Timings: November to February Advisable timings for trekking in Mount Abu is around 10:00 A.M to 05:00 P.M
Experience Rajasthani hospitality at Chokhi Dhani:
Chokhi Dhani is a famous tourist attraction in Jaipur and well known for its rich Rajasthani Culture. The place is away from the hustle and bustle of the big city where nature is flourishing and refreshing. The resort has an imperial décor with ancient relics, antiquated furnishing and gives the luxurious look. Plan your holidays with your family and friends to experience the royal hospitality at Chokhi Dhani resort and feel the essence of Rajasthani traditions.
- Location: Jaipur
- Timings: 24 hours
Horse riding is more a colonial one and an ideal way of exploring incredible Rajasthan. It has been an audacious sport exercised by the Indian aristocracy. You can go on a horse safari in the region for 2 hours, 4 hours or even for a whole day. Though, these tours are also customized for durations and pit stop as per request.
- Location: Udaipur, Pushkar, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Ranakpur
- Timings: November to February
The rush of adrenaline at Zip lining:
One of the most adventurous things to do in Rajasthan, it involves a user to get harnessed with a pulley that is mounted on the steel cable. Zip Lining can be tried in Neemrana Fort and Mehrangarh Fort in Rajasthan, while both offers to enjoy the magnificent views.
- Location: Jodhpur and Alwar
- Timings: 09:00 A.M to 05:00 PM
Say Your Prayers at Ajmer Sharif:
It is one of the most visited places in Rajasthan and a blessed resting ground of Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chishti. Famed for its spell of granting and fulfilling every wish. This is one of the places that you must see in Rajasthan to understand the significance of the place.
- Location: Ajmer
- Timings: 05:00 AM to 10:00 P.M
Boating on Lake Pichola:
One of the most perfect things to do in Rajasthan. It is the oldest lake in Rajasthan and undoubtedly the main tourist attraction of the city. The beautiful view of the lake and sun hiding is wonderful. Lake Pichola is the best-known tourist spot of Udaipur and you cannot be missed while touring the gorgeous city.
- Location: Udaipur
- Timings: 08:45 A.M to 07:30 P.M
Relish Traditional Puppet show:
Puppet show nowhere else you’ll get to witness and listen to the stories of the Kings and Queens in such an entertaining way! Decorated puppets dancing to the traditional tunes and narrating amazing incidents present a sight to behold. Only Rajasthani can keep alive the old-age tradition of puppet-show with such grace.
- Location: Jaipur, Udaipur
- Timings: 12 P.M to 1 P.M and 6 P.M to 7 P.M
Wonderful Golden Desert:
The soft smooth silky golden sand covering a vast stretch tickles you when it slips under your feet. Appearing to be glittering liquid gold, the desert is the pride of Rajasthan and a perfect place to spend the night under the star-laden sky.
- Location: Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Pushkar, Osian, Nagaur
- Timings: November to February
Folk Dance & Music:
It is the folk dance and music of the Rajasthan that urges you to tap your foot and match some steps with the locals. The magic of traditional instruments like pungi or been will make you leave all your worries behind. For the people of Rajasthan, the music and dance are in their blood Location: Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer
Major Fair and Festival in Rajasthan
Rajasthan is the land of festivals and fairs. Celebrating festivals of Rajasthan is worth experiencing at least once in a lifetime. Gangaur, Kajli Teej, Pushkar Camel Fair, winter and Summer Festival, Mewar Festival and Kite Festival are some of the popular festivals of Rajasthan. Desert Festival, Rajasthan International Folk Festival, Jaipur Literature Festival, Nagaur Fair raise the fun quotient to the next level. Besides, these festivals Brij Holi in Rajasthan enlighten you from within. Given below is the list of colorful fair and festival that is celebrated in Rajasthan.
Jaisalmer Desert Festival:
A three-day event organized by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation in February. Jaisalmer comes alive with the dazzling colors, music, and laughter of the Desert Festival. Camels play a superior role in this festival where the rich and colorful culture of Rajasthan on show.
Experience Brij Holi:
Holi is universally known as the “festival of spring” or “festival of colors”. The most loved festival in India is celebrated in an ostentatious and elaborate style. The essence of the city comes active during this festival. Lord Krishna is worshipped in this festival hence the entire love story of Krishna and Radha is showcased in the form of dance. The entire region is engrossed in the colors of Holi. Tourists from far and wide come here to experience out of the world festivities.
Pushkar Mela is a spectacular five-day camel and livestock fair held in the town of Pushkar. It is one of India’s largest camel, horse and cattle fair and also called Kartik Mela. It attracts throngs of tourists making it a true cultural bonanza of art, music, puppet shows, dance and vendors selling delicious things like camel milk, cheese, and cakes. The entire festival and divine atmosphere completely illuminate the desert these days.
International Kite Festival, Jaipur:
It is one of the most attended festivals in Rajasthan. The most flamboyant festival of Rajasthan provides ultimate fun and frolic. It is a 3 - day festival to rejoice the spirit of Makar Sankranti. The International Desert Kite Festival is simply a kite-flying competition.
Famous Forts in Rajasthan
Indian glories give you the info about the prominent forts of Rajasthan. These forts are standing examples of rich cultural heritage and awe-inspiring architecture. Yes, Rajasthan is one of the most colorful states of India, acquainting tourists from across the world. Now, we go through the top forts in Rajasthan which are must-visit places during the Rajasthan trip.
Neemrana Fort Palace:
It is one of the most regal forts in the country. This spectacularly beautiful palace is now renowned for serving as a heritage hotel for all those who seek out to enjoy their trip to Alwar. One of India’s oldest resorts, it offers you with wonderful night views. Apart from being an idyllic destination for a small break.
It is one of the most famous palaces in Rajasthan to plan your tour with your family and kids. The conspicuous Hawa Mahal designed in the form of the crown of Krishna and was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. The best time to view this palace is early in the morning meanwhile its red color becomes tremendously vibrant in the soft glow of the morning sun.
It is perched on a hillock of Aravali ranges, Amber Fort is a magnificent fort of Rajasthan. The marvel was built by Raja Man Singh in the 16th century is an architectural glory of Hindu and Mughal styles. The spectacular attractions of the Fort are Sheesh Mahal which is made up of glass and the Diwan-i-Khas with impressive artwork. For the best experience try to visit the Fort during the sunset and sunrise to enjoy the tranquility of the place.
One of the largest forts in India, Jaisalmer Fort was built in 1156 AD by King Rawal Jaiswal and was entirely built with yellow sandstone that’s why the fort also regarded as “The Golden Fort”. This UNESCO World Heritage Site has an exquisite attraction to check out. Jaisalmer Fort is the best fort to see amidst the desert.
It is one of the most important heritage sites of Jodhpur and a splendid fort standing on a hilltop. The palaces in the fort are also great attractions of the fort and they are Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, and Daulat Khana. The Fort overlooking the city seems to be very attractive to visit.
Famous Palaces in Rajasthan
The princely state of Rajasthan is famed for its glorious bygone era, rich culture and splendid legacy. Some of the palaces are so majestic and regal that they have been transformed into heritage hotels so that visitors can get to experience the lifestyle of royals. Here is the list of magnificent palaces in Rajasthan.
This palace is built in a glitzy style and is sited on the east banks of Lake Pichola. The edifice is considered to be one of the biggest palaces of Rajasthan, which is quite exceptional of its kind. Explore Rajasthan and experience its royal lifestyle with your family and friends.
Jal Mahal Palace:
It is well-known for its absolute beauty and Mughal style architecture. As its name states that it is situated amid the beautiful Man Sagar Lake. The palace is a five-story structure in which four of its floors remain submerged when the lake is full. It was built by Maharaja Jai Singh for picnics with his family. You can also plan a trip with your family to get the experience of this beautiful palace.
Enriching the charm of Venice of the East, Lake Palace is amongst the best heritage hotels without a doubt. It’s a superfluity property with 83 rooms that will make you revisit the golden era with the comfort of the modern amenities. The Palace was built as east facing so that the members of the royal family could pray to the Sun God. Explore now the best Rajasthan Tour packages with your family.
Udai Vilas Palace:
It is considered as one of the famous ones and as the royal sojourn of the lake city. This palace is known for its traditional and flamboyant style of architecture and creative designs. It is embellished with an array of beautiful fountains and succulent gardens. This palace is now transformed into a heritage hotel.
What to eat in Rajasthan
Rajasthan, the land of Maharajas, is famous for its opulent culture. Rajasthan is famous for its delectable delicacies and it is evident in their preparations. Rajasthani cuisines are surely a treat to your taste buds and make this Rajawadi land of Rajputs a paradise for foodies. A Rajasthani platter features a plethora of dishes ranging from spicy starters to tangy drinks, bread, mouth-watering vegetables along with added delights of pickles, chutneys, papads, and buttermilk. Here are delicacies from the land of Maharajas that you must have to try.
- Dal Bati Churma: This is the state’s typical signature dish. No Rajasthani food is complete without Dal Bati Churma. The round Batis plunged in Ghee along with Pachkuti dal and sweet Churma.
- Rajasthani Kadi: The Rajasthani version is a sharp-tasting and spicy one which will give your taste buds a kick twitch. This light and healthy dish is a staple diet that you must try.
- Churma Ladoo: It is one of the famed Rajasthani food and is also popular in Gujarat. An intermingling of wheat flour, jaggery, and desi ghee make up this delightful dish. Most popularly during the occasion of Ganesha Chaturthi. It is also a must dessert for every meal.
Things to Buy in Rajasthan
Rajasthan accommodates some of the best markets of the country which offers some cool, traditional, and eye-catching stuff to buy. It is a paradise for jewelry lovers. Here one can buy the pottery items, puppets, stuffed toys, alluring fabrics, and many more things. Here we have mentioned some of the best things to buy in Rajasthan. Take a look:
Collection of Artworks and Clothing:
The Kedal Ganj is one of the famous marketplaces in Pushkar. Here is a huge variety of shopping options like miniature art goods, paintings as well as attractive embroidered dresses. For sure, you can enjoy the shopping experience and buy a souvenir for your family and friends.
- Location: Pushkar
- Timings: Between November and March
Rajasthan is one of the pioneer seats of miniature portraits in India. The style of paintings found in Rajputana and Mughal’s lifestyle. If you want to change the look of your drawing room, these elegant and graceful paintings indeed can help you to do so.
- Location: Hathi Pol bazar in Udaipur.
- Timings: 09:30 AM to 05:30 PM
Want to get ethnic carpets for your home? Rajasthan is the only place where you will get an extensive collection of carpets in India. The dazzling colors of the carpets catch the attention of the visitors and therefore one of the best things to buy in Rajasthan.
- Location: Jaipur, Bikaner and Ajmer
- Timings: 10:00 A.M to 9:00 P.M
How to reach Rajasthan
Rajasthan is one of the famous tourist destinations in north india which attracts a large number of tourists from all across the world. The question comes into the mind of the people who wish to plan a tour to Rajasthan is how to reach Rajasthan by flight, train, bus, car, etc. It has good connectivity with the rest of the country and the major cities of the world by the airways, roadways, and railheads. Here is an elaboration about the best way to reach Rajasthan:
By Air (Flight):
Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and it has an international airport with Jodhpur and Udaipur. Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi is well connected with the rest of the world. Jaipur has direct flights Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Varanasi, Hyderabad, and Bangalore. International flights to Jaipur are from Dubai, Singapore, Sharjah, and Bangkok. Read More...
Rajasthan is well connected with several railheads from the major cities of the country. Jaipur has direct trains from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and other cities with the superfast, express, Shatabdi, and Rajdhani trains. It houses 34 subcategory railway stations which include 12 junctions. They are connected with the major cities and nearby states of the country. One can plan their Rajasthan tour by train as well. Maharaja Express is a luxury train on which one can go on an excursion of famous places in the country. Read More...
Rajasthan is well linked with the nearby cities by the road network. The national highway of Rajasthan is almost 5,700 km and the state highways are around 8,700 km. The government and private buses ply daily from Delhi, Lucknow, Agra, Ajmer, Jodhpur, and Udaipur. There are numerous luxury buses runs between these cities. Read More...