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Rajasthan houses many charming tourist spots, that are bound to excite you as well as enlighten you with all the rich history of Rajasthan. Jaipur also called the 'pink city' is the capital of Rajasthan and is one of the most famous tourist spots in Rajasthan. The 'Venice of the east’ or the 'city of lakes', call it what you would want, but the Aravalli Hills surrounding the Udaipur City, along with the pristine lakes, make it beautiful and charming. A prominent tourist spot in Rajasthan is Jaisalmer, or the 'Golden city', adorned with golden dunes, golden honey sandstones covering the castles, Jain temples, and Havelis. Often called the Blue City, due to the blue aerial view because of the blue houses and walls, Jodhpur, is another enchanting city in Rajasthan. Located amid Thar desert with camels mapping the beautiful dunes, Bikaner is often called a cultural paradise, and rightly so. With the best tiger reserves of the country and the richest flora and fauna, Ranthambore is a treat for nature lovers. Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan and is famous for the stunning architecture in the Dilwara Temples. Surrounded by the Aravalli Ranges and bound with tradition and culture, exists the city of Ajmer, famous the Ajmer Sharif Durgah, where it is believed that all your prayers are heard. Other than these, there are many important tourist spots that you can explore in your Rajasthan tour package, like forts, palaces, and wildlife sanctuaries.

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  • Rajasthan

    Rajasthan- "The Incredible State of India"- is a magical place full of royalty and reverence. With medieval forts standing tall and proud, showing the glorious history of Rajasthan's many former kingdoms, amongst the beautiful palaces and crowns. Home to a vast mysterious desert, that has heard many stories, secrets, and wars, Rajasthan is a place where history comes alive. It is, indeed, the Incredible State of India.

    Often called the "Land of Kings", Rajasthan is full of grandeur, traces of which can be found in the culture, music, history, and cuisine. Some of the most important forts and palaces are found here, which not only offers the best view of the vast-golden dessert but also shows the rich heritage of the place. Traditional arts and crafts and cultural festivities are also abundant, here in Rajasthan. All these features make Rajasthan a very famous tourist place. There are many Rajasthan tour packages available for you to choose from. Before you start planning your Rajasthan tour, let us find out some more interesting information about the state. 

  • Day 1 - Arrival at Udaipur

    Meet and greet on arrival at Udaipur Railway Station or Airport and transfer to hotel. Check in to hotel. Overnight stay at Udaipur. 

  • Day 2 - Udaipur City Tour

    After breakfast, start for Udaipur city tour. Visit Fateh Sagar, Maharana Pratap Memorial,  take a photo stop at Nehru Garden, Sehelion-KI-Bari - Queen’s resort for their friends,  Sukhadia Circle (Drive Pass), Bhartiya Lok kala Museum - a museum of folk and art, it  displays a rich collection of folk dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, etc. Next visit  City Palace – The largest palace complex of Rajasthan, Jagdish Temple – built by Maharana  Jagat Singh and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and visit Gulab Bagh. Overnight stay at Udaipur. 

  • Day 3 - Excursion to Chittorgarh

    After breakfast start for full day excursion to Chittorgarh. Chittorgarh is the epitome of  Rajput pride, romance and spirit. It reverberates with history of heroism and sacrifice, which  is evident as it echoes with the tales sung by the Bards of Rajasthan. The main reason for  visiting Chittorgarh is its massive hilltop fort, which is a depiction of Rajput culture and  values. The fort stands on a 240-hectares site on an 180m high hill that rises rapidly from the  plains below. Evening return to Udaipur. Overnight stay at Udaipur. 

  • Day 4 - Udaipur Departure

    After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Udaipur Railway Station or Airport for  your onward journey. 

  • Accommodation: double/triple sharing rooms will be provided
  • Daily Meals- Breakfast in above mention Hotel
  • Airport / hotel transfers + city tour + Drives as per the itinerary by Air – Conditioned  Sedan Car (02 Pax) Toyota Innova Car (4/6 Pax) 
  • All currently applicable taxes, however, any other tax as and when levied by the  Government shall be extra.

  • Any meal unless specified above. 
  • Any Air Fare/ Train Tickets. 
  • Any Guide Services.  
  • All entrances fees to monuments. 
  • Personal nature expenses like telephone / laundry bills etc. 
  • Airports tax and travel insurance etc. 
  • Services not specified above

How to reach Rajasthan?

Rajasthan has a huge highly developed, well-connected network of roads and highways, with buses and cabs frequently running around the state. Still, the cheapest and the most convenient way of reaching Rajasthan might be by the railways. The state is connected by rail tracks to all the major cities of the country, like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Banglore, and Chennai. Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Jaipur have airports with frequent flights connecting the state to other parts of the country. International flights are available from Jaipur, making Rajasthan easily accessible to all the tourists from around the globe.

What can you do in Rajasthan?

Whenever you hear the name of Rajasthan, does a vast landscape covered with only sand come to your mind? But, Rajasthan is like a surprise box, when it comes to activities you can do here. From wildlife safaris to camping to hot-air balloon rides, Rajasthan offers many activities for those who seek adventure. Hot-air balloon rides, available in Jaipur and Pushkar are a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Camping at Puskar can offer you the comfort you look for in a vacation along with the adventure. You can also indulge in camel safaris in the desert and jeep safaris in the sanctuaries.

What are the events celebrated in Rajasthan?

Many exciting fairs and festivals are held every year in Rajasthan. Pushkar festival, a camel and livestock festival, celebrated during October, is the world's largest camel fair. Artists from across the globe, are brought together in the Udaipur World Music Festival. Jaipur Literature Festival sees lots of literature fans from all over the country witnessed the celebrity writers interact with common people. Desert Festival in Jaisalmer gives a glimpse into the rich culture of Rajasthan, with the camel races, folk dances, and beautiful handicrafts.

What is the hype about the Royal Trains in Rajasthan?

Rajasthan's majestic forts and beautiful palaces can be explored by the royal trains in the best way. The Palace on Wheels and Royal Rajasthan on Wheels are the two royal trains that tour around this state. The former, i.e the Palace on Wheels takes you on a Rajasthan tour, starting from Delhi, running through the state every Wednesday night. You will also be able to enjoy the Taj Mahal as well as some cultural activities while the tour. Equipped with comfortable beds, wardrobes, washrooms, and a bar-cum-lounge, it will be the most memorable ride for you. The newly-built Royal Rajasthan on Wheels also takes you on a tour from Delhi to the state, equipped with all the facilities to make your ride as comfortable as possible.

What is the cuisine of Rajasthan?

Although the food of Rajasthan is primarily vegetarian, yet, it offers some of the tastiest delicacies, with much time and energy going into the preparations. The cuisine suits the weather, atmosphere of the place, and availability of water. Dal Baati Churma, Moong Dal ka Halwa, Rabri, Ghewar are some of the famous delicacies found in this culturally rich state. But your Rajasthan tour will be ideally completed only when you try the most famous Rajasthani Thali, filled with Dals, Rice, Chapattis, and different varieties of vegetable gravies.

What is the median Rajasthan accommodation package?

Rajasthan is a quite affordable and cheap place for tourists. Different types of hotels are available for tourists here, and they are quite cheap, as you can get a decent hotel around here for INR3000 to INR4000 per night. Some guesthouses offer rooms at an even lower price. OYOs and Airbnbs are also available here. Meals also cost you around INR1000-15000 per meal, and Thalis are even cheaper here. Thus, compared to other tourists destinations in India, Rajasthan tour packages are going to cost you much less.