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Rajasthan Tour Packages
Jaw-dropping forts & havelis; commendable folk music; myriad tales of chivalry and mouth-watering food welcome you to the culturally wealthy state of Rajasthan. Given a chance to time travel and relish the magical expanse of Royal Rajasthan, you wouldn’t stop yourself from living each moment twice. 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’. The desire to catch the floating bubbles of culture, traditions, history and its royalty never ends, but travelers can at least start from somewhere with our Rajasthan tour Packages.
What are the Best Tourist Places to Visit in Rajasthan?
The land of turbans, moustache, ghoonghat and camels, Rajasthan is an unparalleled tourist destination when it comes to culture and heritage tourism in India. Home to famed tigers like Machhali, the desert state also boasts memorable wildlife adventure. Brace yourself for heart-warming hospitality; luxurious stays and unforgettable experiences.
Showcasing India at its most colorful and exotic best, Rajasthan is one of the most visited destinations in the country. Whenever you will think of Rajasthan, images of desert, palaces, forts, camels and snake charmers pop up in your mind. Besides, the best places to visit in Rajasthan shouldn’t be missed.
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 Sam sand dunes of Thar in Jaisalmer and Bikaner to the abundant wildlife of Ranthambore and Bharatpur. These tastefully crafted Rajasthan tour packages are your VIP Pass to an era of grandiose, heroism and romance. Unfolding many of its moods, Rajasthan flaunts its each and every city distinctively.
Jaipur - To start with we’ve 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.
Udaipur - 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.
Jaisalmer- 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.
Jodhpur - 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.
Ranthambore - 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.Udaipur, and Jodhpur raise curtains to a world full of drop-dead gorgeous jewelry, bandhani fabrics and more. Not to forget that the charm of Pushkar in October-November cannot be put in words as it hosts the biggest cattle fair.
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.
Why is Rajasthan famous for its tourism?
Forts and palaces - The very name of Rajasthan conjures up the image of hilltop fortresses, maharajas with scimitars riding the painted elephants, the exquisitely carved havelis and the royal hunting grounds.