Rajasthan Tour Packages: Creating a memorable lifetime experience
Tour Rajasthan, a jewel in India’s crown, and experience what this vast, splendid, and the alluringly captivating northernmost state has for adventure-thirsty vacationers like you. Travel back in time, traversing through the ancient Golden City of Jaisalmer and all the countless exuberant forts of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur,Bundi, and Bikaner. Contact us for organizing your Rajasthan Tour Packages, and one of our Indian expert will be in touch with you.
Whether to enjoy the best of Jodhpur’s sunny mid-mornings, run across the delightfully sandy Thar Desert hills, or go on a camel ride in Jaisalmer, we’ve got them all. There’s no better way to experience the pure magic and glamor of India’s largest state, than with the ultimate Rajasthan Tour Packages.
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Come with us as we indulge in the unforgiving, unforgettable Rajasthani adventure tours, best served by the locals. With our Rajasthan tour packages, you can be confident of relishing all that the state is known for, including the pride of our long-gone rulers and their forts and fortresses that still stand.
Book your preferred Rajasthan tour package with us and enjoy unbeatable discounts as you explore and discover the magical lands of the Maharajas with the genuine Indian lavish hospitality. Backed by our years of experience in special Indian tours, travels, and safaris, we are one of the largest Indian tours company providing customized Rajasthan tours all-year-round.
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Absolute Must-Visit Spots in your Rajasthan Tour Packages
While we do trips from various part of the world, a tour of Rajasthan would take you to some of the most magical places. We’ll take you to each of the spectacular forts and palaces, introduce you to authentic mouthwatering Rajasthani dishes and cuisines and ensure you meet the charming, hospitable locals.
Rajasthan is famous for all-things glamorous and unforgettable – palaces, forts, desert, camels, and elephants; name them all. From the beautiful ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur with all of its majestic forts and palaces to Udaipur, the ‘City of Lakes,’ or the ‘Golden City’ of Jaisalmer, we’ve got them all on your itinerary.
Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur is one incredible spot you will never get its match all over the world. There’s the beautiful Neemrana Fort Palace in Alwar, which, when illuminated by the light at night, looks wholly stunning.
Other must-stops on your ultimate Rajasthan tour would include:
- Mehrangarh Fort
- Ranthambore – ex-royal hunting spot with a 10th century Forth
- Chittorgarh – ancient city
- City Palace in Jaipur
- Mandawa Havelis
- Golden Fort in Jaisalmer
- Amer Fort in Jaipur
- Junagarh Fort
Of course, along the way, you will make a little stop at the vibrant bazaars and eateries, and other spots loved by tourists in Rajasthan.
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A little trip down the history lane
And you’ve another reason to choose our exclusive Rajasthan tour packages – Jaipur, part of the famous Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit, is particularly enjoyable. For tourists, its accommodations are relatively cheaper, while the romantic city of Udaipur is perfect for lovebirds and honeymooners.
Jaisalmer, a fantastic sandstone city, is more than your ordinary Indian tour destination. The city majestically rises from the dunes of Thardesert, painting a picture of an ideal spot. A tour around this 1156-built city would take you back to what the world probably doesn’t know about Rajasthan, especially with the forts, temples, palaces, and some super-exquisite Havelis.
You may never get enough of Jodhpur, the “Blue City.” From the fascinating Mehrangarh Fort, all of its pristinely kept palaces, museum, and restaurant to the inexpensive accommodation facilities, a true around this 2nd largest city in the state will astound.
And then, there’s the sleepy little holy town of Pushkar,a backpackers’ paradise. It is the right spot for the old adventure-filled traditional Indian festivals and bargains at the town markets.
We showcase Rajasthan at its beautiful, exotic best and ensure you fall in love with all it has on offer. And you’ve got no reason to worry about excessive crowds or paying high prices to see the best gems – everything is well taken care of.
Seeing the desert, palaces, forts, snake charmers, camels, elephants, everything on your Indian bucket list is possible with us. We will take the road to the UNESCO World Heritage forts, take Insta-worthy shots and sit for a delicious Rajasthani dish.
There’s so much fun and adventure to keep you excited. Whether you need a short vacation, a honeymoon holiday, or just an ordinary tour, book your most preferred Rajasthani tour package with us today.
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The Best Time to Visit Rajasthan
Winter, from October to March, is the best time to make your Rajasthan tour. During this period, the weather at Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, and Bikaner gets pleasant for tourists. It is also that time when festivals kick off in earnest with major cultural festivities, including the PushkarMela happening all around the state.
Every July through September is Monsoon season in Rajasthan. It is a dry, windy season, and the landscape turns pretty. During this period, the sandy desert up north becomes a lot welcoming and adventurous to visit. Udaipur, during Monsoon, also becomes remarkably inviting.
From April to June, however, Rajasthan turns hot, humid, and somehow unfriendly to non-locals. Temperatures can soar to as high as 45-degrees Celsius, and going on a trip at such daytime temperatures isn’t always a great idea. Ideally, you shouldn’t plan your Rajasthan trip during summer, unless you are doing a trip to the lone hill station Mount Abu.
Where to stay in Rajasthan
Rajasthan, being a famous holiday destination known for its overabundance of ancient forts and palaces, has lots of them turned into hotels and resorts. From JalMahal Palace in Jaipur, Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, Royal Desert Camp in Jaisalmer, and The OberoiVanyavilas in Ranthambore, you will not miss an exotic spot to spend your holiday in.
Staying in one of these excellent accommodation facilities, there’s no doubt you will enjoy the unique, aristocratic ambiance. But accessing the most popular tourist spots in the state isn’t arduous either.
All over the state, the road, airways and railways networks are impressive. Jaipur has an international airport with direct flights to major cities across the country and abroad. Direct trains depart the city for Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, and Hyderabad, among other destinations.