Explore the best of Rajasthan with our Holiday packages to Rajasthan
Rajasthan is the glorious land of deserts, havelis, and palaces. It showcases a breathtaking blend of exotic views and royal lifestyle. Make memories worth remembering by exploring the magnificent forts, desert safaris, and wandering in the ancient streets of Rajasthan. It is also an ideal place for history enthusiasts since it offers a rich history of its culture and buildings. The Rajasthan tour package includes the major sites of Rajasthan so you can make the most out of it. Enjoy the camel rides, folk dances, hot air balloon rides, desert safari, exotic wildlife, and rich culture as well as history. You will also get to encounter the nomadic people of Rajasthan and experience their warm hospitality. The best time to visit Rajasthan is during the winter season, which is from October to March. It is perfect for sightseeing, desert safaris, wildlife expeditions, etc. because the weather is cool. Since Rajasthan is India’s largest state, it has so much to offer! There are numerous tourist activities as well as fun things to do in Rajasthan. Here are some of the places in Rajasthan that you must visit, or else your trip is incomplete! Write us for any information you need for Rajasthan Holiday Packages and one of our expert will be in touch with you
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Your Rajasthan trip must include the following cities for delightful experience
Jaipur is amongst the most visited places in Rajasthan, simply because it is worth it! Therefore, if you plan on visiting Rajasthan, Jaipur should be on top of the list. Jaipur is blessed with the most beautiful forts, royal palaces, busy marketplaces, and famous museums. Get to learn the most about its rich history and please your eyes with beautiful ancient monuments in places such as the HawaMahal, Jaigarh Fort, JalMahal, Nahargarh Fort, City Palace, AmerFort,Observatory and so many more famous places! If you love shopping, visit Jaipur’s markets and buy yourself some souvenirs!
Historical capital of the Mewar Kingdom (South of Rajasthan), Udaipur was founded by MaharanaUdai Singh in 1553. Udaipur is a dream for travelers from all over the world. The city rhymes with romance, exoticism, palaces, all surrounded by lakes and gentle hills. In short, Udaipur is unique!
The beautiful Lake Pichola, and the majestic Aravalli hills in the background seem to have inspired the founders of the city. The wonderful palaces and monuments that are reflected in the calm waters will make you instantly fall in love with Udaipur. It is good to stay there for a few days, take a boat trip on the lake, go for a walk in the mountains or enjoy the comfort of extraordinary hotels in ancient palaces of Maharajas!
The bazaars of the city are not in rest. Take the time to get lost in the alleyways of the old city, negotiate over a tea and come back with a souvenir of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Photographers from around the world visit this place to capture the beauty of Lake Garden Palace and Lake Pichola. Famous tourist spots include City Palace, Saheliyonkibari, Royal Vintage Care Museum, and Bagoreko Haveli.
Jodhpur, located on the edge of the Thar Desert, is the second largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur. It was built in 1459 by the Rajput rathor clan leader. Nicknamed “the Blue City” because most houses in the old town are painted that color. The blue indicated that these houses belonged to members of the Brahman caste. Blue also has the advantage of protecting from heat and repelling mosquitoes. Jodhpur is also called “the city of the sun” because of the exceptional sunshine it enjoys throughout the year. Some small (white-faced, black-faced monkeys) sometimes circulate in the city; these animals can be found in particular in a temple dedicated to Hanuman. It is surrounded by a rampart 10 kilometers long.
Jaisalmer is a lost city deep in the desert of Thar. Its imposing citadel, its bastions and ramparts, emerge from the Thardesert. Ideally placed on the route of the caravaneers between India and Central Asia, its past history and growth are linked to the trade that enriched traders and city dwellers. It is from this very prosperous era that date the splendid houses (Haveli) of sandstone, embellished with delicate wood carvings. Inside its walls, a maze of cobbled alleyways leads to the Jain temples and the palace of the former ruler. Completely restored, it is a set of buildings dating from different eras, rich in paintings and mirrors.
Camel safari proposed in the dunes of Sam or Khuri.
See also, GadiSagar, imposing reservoir located south of the city that supplied water, surrounded by temples, pavilions and bird sanctuary.
Rajasthan is a beautiful place that you must visit if you want to have a good time and make countless memories.