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Rajasthan: Although A Desert, Yet Have Colours To Enjoy

A destination of the kings through stunning Palaces, Forts and Havelis that have withstood time complemented by the rich romantic past is Rajasthan. Rajasthan is famous as the land of kings, hospitable locals, and heroic and chivalrous past. It has its sack full for everyone, be it the adrenaline pumping desert safari or the camel race or gazing the myriad birds in its various sanctuaries. This famous province of Indian subcontinent is the most shining jewel and is a home to many cities that are important both historically and geographically.

Famous Tourist Destinations:

Also called as the Historical Paradise, Rajasthan is home to several popular tourist destinations. The princely states of Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Udaipur are an amalgamation of the ancient and the modern world. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan has innumerable feathers, like the Pink City, which is a heritage city dating back to the 18th century. This pink facade and old heritage attract tourists from all over the world and the famous Hawa Mahal, hill forts of Nahargarh, Amber and Jaigarh adds the breathtaking and majestic views.

Leading all in the series, the Jaisalmer fort is the enchanting, magical, and the vibrant desert city of Jaisalmer, dating back to the 12th century.But, many tourists find it equal to Jodhpur, the former capital of the princely state of Mewar, which is not only the famous for its forts, like UmaidBhavan and Mahrangarh Fort, but also for many lakes and sanctuary.

Now, if you want to witness Venice in India, then doesn’t miss to visit Udaipur, which is also known as the ”Venice of the East”. Seems amusing, but it is not because the experience it gives is all same to the “Venice in West”. Though, if you seek example, then the finest example is the Lake Palace in the middle of Lake Pichola, which fulfils the quest of architecture and culture under the same roof.

Activities to be done in Rajasthan:

  • Safari and Camel ride:The famous camel ride or spotting the world famous Indian tiger in the RanthamboreNational Park is the best advised activities among all.
  • Shop all the Rajasthan: While visiting this destination, shopping is also an excellent pastime, if you are female blood. It is just not only souvenirs, but also a lifetime colourful memories of this melodious land.
  • Food that satisfies your taste bud:This culturally rich state welcomes its guests with lavish cuisine that were meant for the kings in ancient time. RajasthaniThali, Dal BatiChoorma, Lal Mas, ShahiGatte, BatiPurla, etc., can be guilty for those who are physically fit and love to be. But, trying them out once in a life is not a bad decision.
  • Enjoy the fairs and fairy tales: The colourful fairs and exhibitions around the year makes this place a must-visit not only one time, but every time in a year. From the start of the year to the end, this state of India is always on the fun and galore wheels. The celebration ofthe Desert festival in Jan-Feb gives a kick start to the saga, which continues with the Elephant Festival, Ghangaur Festival, Pushkar Fair, Marwar Festival, etc.
  • Don’t miss to be the part of the luxury on wheels: To showcase the rich history of this land and add the enthusiasm, the Government has taken initiatives, like ”Palace on Wheels” and ”Royal Rajasthan on Wheels”. These are the two most comfortable tram cars or trains taking along its visitors to a weekly exploration of the vibrant Rajasthan. It covers the princely states of Jodhpur, Udaipur, Chittor, Swai-Madhopur, and Jaipur.

Best time to visit the Rajasthan:

As it is a dry desert region, hence, summers are very hot and dry, with cold and pleasant winters. Adding to the dryness of summers, there is very little or no rainfall in the region. So, adding to overall conclusion, the months from February to March and July to September are the best to visit the Rajasthan with our Rajasthan Tour Packages.

However, this is the disclaimer for girls and women that do come with makeup substantial as no matter it is summer or winter; you will need them in the sandy desert.


Romantic Rajasthan

8 Nights / 9 Days Romantic Rajasthan Tour starting from the capital city Jaipur through the major cities of Rajasthan i.e. Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur to the city of Lakes Udaipur.

Day 01:  Arrive Jaipur
Assistance on arrival at Jaipur airport / railway station and transferred to your hotel for 02 nights stay.

Day 02: Day in Jaipur
As you finish your breakfast, your guide will be happy to take you to Amber fort where he will be happy to assist you to board your elephant ride to ascend Amber fort which is one of the great example of Mughal and Rajput architecture.

Later after enjoying your traditional meal at local restaurant visit City Palace one of the major tourist attraction of Pink City Jaipur, also visit the biggest stone observatory and Hawa Mahal etc.

Evening at leisure to visit the famous City bazaar in front of Hawa Mahal for shopping etc…

Day 03: Drive to Bikaner
After breakfast, drive towards to Bikaner and check into your city hotel for a night stay. Later visit Lalgarh Palace, Junagarh fort, camel breeding farm etc.

Rest of the evening at leisure..

Day 04: Drive to Jaisalmer
After breakfast drive towards to Jaisalmer, upon arrival check into your hotel for 02 nights stay. Rest of the day leisure have leisure walk through the ancient Havelies….

Day 05: Day in Jaisalmer
Morning explore Jaisalmer city covering Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon-ki-Haveli, Desert Culture centre and museum, Jain Temple, Salim Singh ki Haveli, Nathmal ki Haveli, Gadisar Lake etc.

Evening at leisure to enjoy camel safari in the Sam Sand-dunes…

Day 06: Drive to Jodhpur
After breakfast drive towards to Jodhpur the second largest city of Rajasthan and check into your city hotel for a night stay. Later enjoy city tour of Jodhpur city which is also known as blue city visiting the sky-touched Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, old Market and Victory Tower etc.

Day 07: Drive to Udaipur, via Ranakpur Temples
After breakfast, drive towards to Udaipur one of the beautiful city of Rajasthan via visiting one of the famous Jain Temples of Ranakpur, then continue your drive through the beautiful countryside and check into your hotel for 02 nights stay.

Day 08: Day in Udaipur
After breakfast, enjoy city tour of Udaipur city sightseeing of Udaipur city covering City Palace and Museum, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar and Udai Sagar Lake, Pratap Memorial, Jagdish Temple, Saheliyon-ki-bari, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir to see the folk art museum etc.

Day 09: Udaipur (Departure)
Assistance on departure at your hotel and transfer to Udaipur airport / railway station to catch your flight / train to back home.

Rajasthan – a Journey through the land of Maharaja’s (Kings) to experience Royal Grandeur of Heroic Rajputs Kingdoms.

Rajasthan – The land of Heroic Rajputs

Rajasthan is known as the birth land of great warriors and heroic Rajputs. The vast deserts, thrilling legends and palaces of great Maharajas add up to the glory of Rajasthan. The astonishing history, exciting tales and colourful culture make Rajasthan irresistible for the tourists. This incredible state has been ruled by several other dynasties but could not damage the princely status of the Rajput rulers. People of the state take pride in depicting the tales of glorious battles that were fought by the Rajput rulers.

Rajasthan is known for giving a grand welcome to its guests. In 1876, the walls of Jaipur were painted in pink to welcome Prince Albert. Hence, got the name ‘Pink city’ of India. Jaipur has a tradition of welcoming its guest with classical music and traditional dance performances. The Hawa Mahal is made of pink and red sandstone and has an impressive architectural structure that enfolds in different levels. The City Palace in Jaipur is occupied by the Royal family, holding a stunning interior architecture and work of art.

Rajasthan is covered with various destinations that still hold a panorama of the medieval blare. Rajasthan tourism has done a great work in maintaining the grandness and glory of the architectural work. Gaitore, the cremation site of the Maharajas of Jaipur, is one of the most prominent architectural works in the state. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti dargah in Ajmer is enriched with the authenticity of the Mughal culture and its cuisine. The Chittaurgarh Fort located about 170 kilometres from Udaipur, is considered to be the largest and grandest in the country. The history of this fort is associated with the morbid tale of sieges and sacrifices.

The beauty of Rajasthan persuades one to explore its forts, havelis, lakes and experience a get away from their urban life. Don’t forget to go on a Rajasthan Desert Safari and explore the vast deserts blending with the colourful turbans and ghaghras. It makes you familiar with the true gypsy culture. It is always better to Book Rajasthan Tour Packages India to enjoy your trip with ease and comfort. They make sure that you get to travel around the whole state without any disruption. The travel agents know exactly where to take you and also guide you through the forts, gardens, dungeons and canopied terraces. You cannot afford to miss this incredible state so, go ahead and book your trip now!