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Best Rajasthan Tour Packages
|Rajasthan Tour Packages||Tour Duration||Package inclusions|
|Magnificient Rajasthan Tour||12 Days – 11 Nights||Centrally Located Hotels, Daily Breakfast, Private Deluxe Car with English Speaking Driver, Knowledgeable Tour Guide|
|Rajasthan Adventure Package Tour||14 Days – 13 Nights||Centrally Located Hotels, Daily Breakfast, Private Deluxe Car with English Speaking Driver, Knowledgeable Tour Guide, 1 Internal flight|
|Luxury Rajasthan Holiday Package||17 Days – 16 Nights||Centrally Located Hotels, Daily Breakfast, Private Deluxe Car with English Speaking Driver, Knowledgeable Tour Guide, 1 Internal flight|
|Rajasthan with Goa Combo Package||16 Days – 15 Nights||Hotels in city center, Daily Breakfast, Private Deluxe Car with English Speaking Driver, Tour Guide, 1 Internal flight|
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About Rajasthan Tour Packages
Rajasthan is the land of heroes and home of great kings, famous for its massive forts, yellow dunes, and colourful culture. It is an unforgettable historical imprint that makes Rajasthan the unique state in India. Rajasthan holds an important place in Indian tourism, war-torn Havelis, amazing mythological temples, and the pride of Marudhara destination Amber and Kumbhalgarh stands out Rajasthan from the usual tourist destinations of India.
With our Rajasthan travel packages, you will experience the luxurious aspect of Rajasthan, including vibrant markets, golden forts, traditional festivals, thrilling desert tours, and 5 star luxury resorts.
Visit 7 Best Places With Rajasthan Tour Packages
Rajasthan is dotted with some spectacular tourist destinations, including attractive udaipur city palace, pink city Jaipur and Jodhpur blue city. Here are the 7 best places to visit in Rajasthan during your rajasthan holiday packages.
A golden city, Jaisalmer is situated on the western border of Rajasthan. A very serene destination that contains some unusual architectural specimens, this city gives tourists many opportunities to explore. Surrounded by the desert area, in Jaisalmer, you can see some smiling faces wrapped in traditional clothes roaming the streets, who are proud of their culture.
Attraction points of Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer Fort, Sonar Qila, and ancient Jain temples
Jaipur is the busiest and most populous city of Rajasthan. The scintillating culture and unusual attractions of Jaipur keep it at the top to visit. Every year millions of tourists from all over the world visit Jaipur and fall in love with it. Jaipur has a mixed influence on Rajputi, and Mughal architecture, City Palace and Hawa Mahal are the best examples of this blend of mixture. The capital city of Jaipur comes alive as the sunsets. With our Rajasthan packages, you will be able to enjoy the vibrant nightlife in Jaipur with buzzing bars and delicious restaurants. Also, Jaipur is a prominent part of India’s Golden Triangle along with Delhi and Agra. Jaipur has many tourist places to visit and things to do for all kinds of tourists
Attraction points of Jaipur: Amber Mahal, Nahargarh, Jal mahal, Jaipur parkota, City Palace, and Jantar Mantar
The City of Blue Houses Jodhpur is an exquisite destination situated on the edge of the Thar Desert with many historical temples and forts. The strong Mehrangarh Fort of the 15th century is the global identity of Jodhpur, in which the Sheesh Mahal and Chamunda Mata Temple are must-visit tourist points.
Jodhpur is one of the major cities of Rajasthan, which is known for its blue-printed sandstone houses.
Attraction points: Umaid Bhavan, Mehrangarh fort, Rao Jodha desert rock park, Mandore garden.
The pride of Rajasthan Chittorgarh has been a witness of an impressive and proud history. There are many arrows in the quiver of Chittorgarh, still, this is amongst the best offbeat places in India. The city’s global identity Chittorgarh Fort is the largest fort in India, and the main attractions are the Mira Bai Temple and Rana Kumbha Mahal located in the fort. Chittaurgarh boasts of an excellent collection of sculptures that can be seen in the mythological temples and forts.
Attraction points: Chittorgarh fort, Chittoargrh Vijay stambh, Fateh Prakash Palace, Meera temple, and Gaumukh Kund.
5. Ranthambore Sanctuary
Located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, Ranthambore is a National Wildlife Sanctuary where people worldwide come to see tigers. You can book a safari and explore the entire park. Seeing wild animals up close is a thrilling experience, and Ranthambore National Park is the top destination.
6. Mount Abu
Mount Abu, an important hill station of Rajasthan, presents amazing views before your eyes. High plateaus and serene lakes are the main attractions of this destination. Mount Abu is located in the Sirohi district of Rajasthan, which the local people recognize as the winter capital. The Dilwara Jain Temple of Mount Abu is famous throughout the country; this 22nd-century temple is built of white marble and grabs visitors all day.
Attraction points: Dilwara Jain Temples, Guru Shikhar hill, Wildlife Sanctuary
Pushkar is a pilgrimage site that attracts young nomads and hippie types of people worldwide. Known for Pushkar Sarovar and only temple of Hindu lord Brahma. Although the city has now come under the western grip, the traditional impression of Rajasthan is still seen. Pushkar Camel Fair is a famous festival, which is fair to buy camels and cow buffaloes. October and November are the best months to visit Pushkar.
Attraction points: Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, Rose Garden.
How To Travel Around The Rajasthan
Well connected by road, Rajasthan is the largest state, and even the villages are a substantial part of the road network. Tourists can run on uninterrupted roads by bus, car, and motorbike and explore the destinations. There are many options of government transport in the state which regularly run from cities to towns. Best of all, you can support independent travel by renting a car and bike.
An extended network of rail tracks in Rajasthan wraps all the main cities and towns. For a comfortable but long journey, you can choose the train. For some of the majestic train options, the Palace on Wheels and the Royal Rajasthan Train make a fun excursion by getting acquainted with the culture.
The arid nature of the state influenced Rajasthani cuisine; the hunting and warrior lifestyle of kings has completely changed the Rajasthani food habits over the past centuries. Many new flavors have been invented in this culture which was new to the world and now they have become the identity of Rajasthan. The use of buttermilk, curd, and dry lentils in cooking has been given to the world by Rajasthani cooks. Here are some must-try Rajasthani foods on your Rajasthan tour.
- Dal baati churma
- Ker sangri
- Onion kachori
- Gatta sabzi
Top 6 Things To Do in Rajasthan
Many things can be resorted to drowning in Rajasthan, whether you are a pilgrim, art and culture lover, or just willing to take the risk, the land of kings is ready for you to lay your eyes on with some of the exciting things to do in Rajasthan.
1. Feel like home in the desert of Rajasthan: Desert camping
Lying on the cold sand under the starry sky where there is no one for miles can be a thrilling activity that can only be lived in Rajasthan. During the Dessert Camping, You can also enjoy folk dances and puppet shows. Dessert camping is one of the best winter activities in Rajasthan.
2. Have the Royal Dinner at Chokhi Dhani
Chokhi Dhani Restaurant Chain, which has become synonymous with Rajasthani taste, no longer needs any introduction; you can expect a royal welcome here and taste the real flavors of Rajasthani cuisine. Make Chokhi Dhani dining activity a priority in your checklist for places to visit in Rajasthan.
3. Visit the Abha Neri: The Stepwell mystery
Abhaneri or Chand Bari is a local method of water drumming. Abhaneri is located about 62 miles away from the capital city Jaipur. The Abahneri Bari Staircase is a mythological wonder built in a thoroughly scientific manner that symbolizes the intellectual potential of the ancestors.
4. Camel Riding in Desert
Camel riding is one of the most popular activities in Rajasthan, which should be put on the top of the list of tourists. Crossing the desert on a camel after the sunset in the Thar Desert may sound like the Arabian Nights, but the costumes are a bit different here. Jaisalmer and Pushkar are the best cities for camel riding in Rajasthan.
5. Join Kite festival in Jaipur
If you are booking a Rajasthan tour package during January, then it may be unfortunate to miss out on the kite festival of Jaipur. Kite flying is a royal hobby of the people of Rajputana; people live it as the most recreational activity. Every year many foreign tourists participate in the Jaipur Kite Festival and get acquainted with the local culture.
6. Stay in Lakeview Hotel of Udaipur
Udaipur city is the Venice of east and believes you won’t find is any less from the original Venice and if you want to take the joy of the Udaipur then spending a day in Lakeview hotel of Udaipur will become a life long experience for you.
Best Time to Book Rajasthan Tour Packages
Rajasthan is a dry and hot state where winter is the best time to visit. November to February is the best season for Rajasthan tourism; most domestic and foreign tourists visit Rajasthan during these months. The summer season is generally scorching, and the temperature can reach up to 45 degree celsius, although Rajasthan is a large state, and the temperature varies by region. The western part of Rajasthan is hotter than the eastern cities.
Traveling Tips for Rajasthan Tour
Follow the travel tips while visiting Rajasthan with our Rajasthan tour packages, and you will return with a beautiful Rajasthan tour experience.
- Avoid walking a lot
- Carry a water bottle and cap
- Use public transportations for intercity travel
- Avoid overeating at night time
- Wear cotton clothes and avoid dark colours
How to Reach Rajasthan
Rajasthan has three airports Udaipur, Jaipur, and Jodhpur, in which Jaipur is open for international flights and brings international tourism to the state. Jaipur airport is directly connected to major Asian, European, and American countries.