Rajasthan

Overview

Rajasthan, often called the "Land of Kings," is where you can feel India's rich history and culture. It's a place where history, culture, music, and food come together, and you don't need much time to fall in love with it. When you visit Rajasthan, see three famous forts: Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Amber Fort in Jaipur, and Jaisalmer Fort, also known as Sonar Quila. Don't forget to greet people with "Khamma Ghani." You can also explore historical palaces like Jaipur City Palace and Umaid Bhawan Palace, both filled with stories of the royal families. Rajasthan's culture is a colorful blend of music, dance, and festivals. You'll enjoy traditional dances like Ghoomar and Kalbeliya and savor flavorful dishes such as Dal Baati Churma. Explore beautiful handicrafts, including textiles, jewelry, and pottery. The state's vibrant culture and artistic traditions are a true feast for the senses. In Rajasthan, history, culture, and natural beauty come together to create a unique and memorable experience. It's a place to step back and discover India's regal past. Best Time to Visit Rajasthan The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February, during winter. Daytime temperatures are pleasant, making it ideal for exploring temples, palaces, and forts. Visiting between July and September is good, too, with occasional rainfall. However, from March to June, summers can be very hot and humid. Best Places to Explore with Rajasthan Tour Packages
  • Jaipur - The Pink City: Jaipur has been the capital of Rajasthan since 1727. Visit the 18th-century Jantar Mantar and the famous Hawa Mahal. Other great places to see are Nahargarh Fort, Albert Hall Museum, Jal Mahal, and Birla Mandir.
  • Udaipur - The City of Lakes: Udaipur is in the beautiful Aravalli hills. You'll love the City Palace, the Lake Palace, the Monsoon Palace, and the Kumbhalgarh Fort nearby.
  • Jaisalmer - The Golden City: Jaisalmer's main attraction is the Jaisalmer Fort, often called the "Golden Fort" because of its golden sandstone. Take a camel ride to the Sam Sand Dunes for an authentic experience and visit the Longewala border post.
  • Jodhpur - The Blue City: Jodhpur is famous for the Mehrangarh Fort, which offers fantastic city views. Explore Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Ghanta Ghar clock tower, and Mandore Gardens. Ajmer - Ajmer is known for the Ajmer Dargah, a place of pilgrimage. Visit the peaceful Nag Pathar area and explore the Nareli Jain Temple and Ana Sagar Lake.
  • Chittorgarh: Chittorgarh is an old city dating back to 734 AD. It's famous for the Chittorgarh Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Must-visit places in Chittorgarh are Rani Padmini's Palace, Rana Kumbha Palace, and the Kalika Mata Temple.
Famous & Local Food to Taste During Rajasthan Tours When you explore Rajasthan, you're in for a treat with its delicious and mainly vegetarian cuisine. The food here reflects the region's weather, water availability, and environment. Rajasthan's food is a significant part of its culture, adding color, meaning, and festivity to daily life. Some of India's most cherished dishes come from this state. You can't miss trying these during your Rajasthan tour:
  • Moong Dal ka Halwa: A sweet dish made from moong dal (lentils), it's a delightful treat, especially during festivals.
  • Dal Bati Churma: This is a classic Rajasthani dish consisting of baked wheat bread (bati) served with lentil curry (dal) and a sweet crumbled mixture (churma).
  • Ghevar: A sweet and crispy dessert, ghevar is a must-try. It comes in various flavors and is particularly popular during festivals like Teej.
  • Rabdi: A sweet dish made from condensed milk and flavored with cardamom, it's a creamy delight.
Exploring Rajasthan without savoring these specialities, especially the Rajasthani thali, would leave your journey incomplete. The food here is a flavorful journey; trying these dishes is a cultural experience you will want to experience. If you seek a truly remarkable and unforgettable journey through the incredible tapestry of India, then this tour is tailor made for you. Embark on an expedition through the rich historical tapestries of Delhi, stand in awe before the immortal beauty of the Taj Mahal in Agra, and lose yourself in the vibrant and bustling markets of Jaipur. In the mystical land of Rajasthan, where the landscape is adorned with majestic sand dunes, lush wooded hills, and serene lakes, you will be transported to a world of wonder. Explore grand palaces, rugged forts, and immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of life, where men and women adorned in colorful turbans and skirts move through bustling towns and tranquil villages. Here, you can encounter the regal grace of camels and elephants under the unrelenting embrace of the sun, only to be caressed by the cool evening breeze as you meander through this enchanted realm. Rajasthan is a place where history, culture, and the vivid present converge, offering an abundance of experiences that will forever etch themselves into your memory.

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Rajasthan is a place where history, culture, and the vivid present converge, offering an abundance of experiences that will forever etch themselves into your memory.

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Tour details

  • Tour Type Explore
  • Price ₹200 - ₹500
  • Categories Destination
  • Language Hindi, English
  • Currency INR
  • Time Zone UTC-7
  • Drives on the Right
  • Calling code +91 (020) 4863 3175
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