Rajasthan Tour Packages

The Incredible state of India, Rajasthan is one of the most colourful and vibrant states and is one of the most visited states in India. The Golden sand deserts, pretty handicrafts, authentic cuisines and astonishing palaces that are of historical significance makes Rajasthan one of the perfect place for vacation.

Rajasthan has impeccable cities that one must visit on their vacation. Apart from housing all the scenic places, majestic palaces, pretty architecture, pristine lakes, Rajasthan is known for its lip-smacking cuisines that one cannot afford to miss. So plan your next vacation here and feel the grandeur of Rajasthan and enjoy the royal side of this exotic destination.

Famous Places of Rajasthan

The Land of Kings, Rajasthan offers one a royal experience. This beautiful state is on almost everybody’s wish list. There are several amazing places to explore in Rajasthan.

Make sure to visit the below mentioned vibrant places that will give you a sneak peek into the major attractions, delectable food,  pretty handicrafts and yes into the lifestyle of the natives-


The pink city Jaipur is one of the happening places in Rajasthan. This place welcomes one with forts and outstanding architecture that flaunts the expertise of old artisans. Some amazing places need to be explored during your Jaipur trip - City Palace- Renowned for its history and pretty architecture, Amber Fort- or Amer Fort. Enjoy elephant riding here and attend the light and sound show in the evening, Nahargarh Fort- witness the stunning viewpoints of the city that this fort offers, Jaigarh Fort- do not miss to visit the artillery museum here and do capture the pretty view of Lake Palace, HawaMahal- make sure to visit the Archaeological Museum, Jal Mahal- is situated in the middle of Mansagar Lake and is known as the visiting site for several migratory birds like- Grey Heron, and White-Browed, Galtaji- or Khole Ke Hanuman Ji- a prominent Hindu pilgrimage centre, and Birla Temple- known for its pretty architecture. There are other amazing places too that one cannot afford to miss in Jaipur.


On your next visit to Rajasthan make sure to explore the City of Lakes, Udaipur that offers an astonishing location and holds a rich cultural background. The Venice of the East, Udaipur holds some of the astounding places that reflect the architectural grandeur that prevailed during the period of Rajputs.

Here are some of the ravishing places to add to your Udaipur tour itinerary- City Palace, Lake Pichola- enjoy boat riding that is truly worth thing to do, Lake Palace- take a tour of this historic heritage site and enjoy the sunset at the nearby Lake Fatehsagar, Bagoreki Haveli- do not miss to visit the museum in this Haveli and attend the musical and folk dance show, Saheliyon Ki Bari- just walk through the garden and visit the museum here, Moti Magri- visit this place to get an insight about the astonishing legacy of events associated with Maharana Pratap and do not miss to attendthe light and sound show in the evening.


The Golden City, Jaisalmer is one of the major tourist destinations in Rajasthan. Enjoy the desert safaris that take place in Sam Sand dunes.  This place offers some amazing places one cannot afford to miss-Jaisalmer Fort- which displays fantastic craftsmanship and is one of the most renowned forts in the world, Kuldhara village, Jain temple, Desert National Park- one of the largest nations parks, Gadisar Lake- was once the source of drinking water for the entire town of Bikaner but now holds many temples and shrines surrounding the lake, Sam Sand Dunes- a rare desert area lying in the edge of Jaisalmer desert National Park. Enjoy camel and jeeps safari here that is an amazing thing to do, Patwon Ki Haveli, Bada Bagh, Tanot Mata temple, and Indo-Pak Border- situated near the Tanot Mata temple and can be visited by prior permission and permits from the Indian Military forces.



The Blue City, Jodhpur is one of the most loved destinations in Rajasthan. This place is renowned for holding blue houses, and pretty temples. On your visit to Jodhpur make sure to visit several places that are truly worth visiting- Meharangarh fort- one of thelargest forts in India, Jaswant Tada- is a royal cenotaph built in white marble, Mandore Garden-  that has ruined fort and palace, Umaid Bhawan Palace- one of the major attraction in Jodhpur and is one of the largest private residences in the world, Ghanta Ghar- located in the centre of the city and offers astounding panoramic view fo the city from the top, Toorji Ka Jhalra- a stepwell of Jodhpur and is one of the few remaining structures depicting the traditional water management systems of Jodhpur and Balsamand Lake.


Ranthambore is one of the best tiger reserves in India. It also has one of the richest flora and fauna that makes this place a must-visit. It is nestled in the foothills of Vindhya and Aravali Hills. There several places one can visit during their Ranthambore trip- Ranthambore fort- that is situated in the reserve itself. This fort is located higher up and the view from it is amazing, Padam Lake- is the largest lake in Ranthambore National Park. Most of the animals can be spotted around this lake that makes it the perfect location for wildlife photography, Kacheeda Valley- is inside the reserve itself. The Panther populationof the reserve resides here. One can reach this valley via jeep safari, Surwal Lake- is located inside the Ranthambore National Park and is famous for bird watching as several migratory birds can be witnessed during the winter season.


A traveller’s haven, Bikaner is one of the most loved destinations in Rajasthan. With its awe-inspiring architecture, art and culture, the camels sauntering the beautiful sand dunes, ancient places and forts, this place truly mesmerize one. Add some amazing places to explore here in Bikaner that will surely allure you- Junagarh Fort- that is built in the arid region of the Thar desert and is renowned for its pretty architecture, and intricate carvings, Karni Mata temple, Gajner Palace- is a lakeside palace complex, Lallgarh Palace, Rampuriya Haveli, Bhandasar Jain temple, Royal cenotaphs, Kodamdesar temple, Sadul Singh Museum, Shiv Bari Temple, and Kolayat- a quaint little town renowned for the Kapil Muni Fair.


The land of Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Ajmer is surrounded by Aravali ranges and is a  famous pilgrimage centre for Hindus as well as Muslims and thus the city has immense importance for both. The city happens to be a base for visiting Pushkar the abode of Lord Brahma. Visit this place to witness the exquisite Mughal architecture set in an aura of spirituality. Here is the list of some of the astounding places to be visited on your next visit to Ajmer- Ajmer Sharif Dargah- the tomb of Moinuddin Chishti, is one of the holiest places of worship in India, Ana Sagar Lake- an artificial lake constructed in 12th century AD, Adhai Din Ka Jhopra, Akbar’s Palace, Nareli Jain temple, Durga Bagh Gardens, Kishangarh city- or the marble city of India, renowned for its art and culture, and Ajmer Jain temple.



A small temple town and a pilgrimage site for Hindus, Pushkar is a fantastic choice for a weekend getaway. This place is popularly known for being the world’s only dedicated Brahma temple. There are some of the most astonishing places here that need to be explored- Pushkar Lake- one of the holiest lakes of India, Brahma temple- the most famous Hindu temple devoted to Lord Brahma, Savitri temple, Varaha temple- the largest and the most ancient temple of Pushkar, Rangji temple, Singh Sabha Gurudwara, Man Mahal, Mahadev temple-or Apteshwar Mahadev temple, and Pap Mochani temple.


Things to do in Rajasthan


Rajasthan is not only known for holding tranquil places, massive forts and palaces but it is also renowned for offering thrilling and exciting things to travellers. Whether you are a culture enthusiast, an adventure lover or a history buff, Rajasthan has something in store for everyone. Just take a look at the best things to do in Rajasthan for a  memorable experience while holidaying at this astounding destination-


Jungle Safari in Ranthambore National Park


Ranthambore National Park is visited by numerous wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world. It is one of the biggest national parks in Northern India and is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Jeep Safari is the perfect way to explore the numerous zones of the Ranthambore National Park andencountering wild predators like- royal Bengal tiger, and leopards. Capture the thrilling moments in the national park, get a chance to witness thehistorical ruins of the Ranthambore Fort and the temples constructed back in the 10th century, capture the pictures of the rare animals and avifauna in your lenses while enjoying your adventurous jeep safari. The Ranthambore park administration provides safari service in 2 shifts- one in the morning and one in the afternoon in the 2 types of safari vehicles- a jeep and a Canter. Fees for Jeep safari is INR 800 for Indian nationals and foreign nationals- INR 1600. Timings- winters- 7 am to 10:30 am and 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm, Summers- 6 am to 9:30am and 3 pm to 6:30 pm. One needs to book their jeep safari well in advance to ensure availability. So justhop onto this adventurous ride andget ready for an unforgettable experience at Ranthambore National park.


Hot Air Ballooning in Jaipur

Just hop on a hot air Balloon in Jaipur for an ultimate experience. It is one of the exciting things to do in the beautiful Jaipur. The maximum elevation that this ride reaches is approx. 1200 feet from the ground. This activity gives one an insight into the regal land. Soaring high in the sky offers one to witness the detailing of heritage structures and wide expansive greeneries. This activity is conducted from numerous locations in Jaipur like- Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, Shiv Vilas, and Delhi-Jaipur road. The site keeps on changing depending upon the direction of the wind. The hot air balloon ride is arranged 2 hours before sunrise and 2 hours post-sunset. The timings for this ride are 5:30 am during April- June, 6:15am and 4 pm during September- November and 6:45 am and 3:30pm during December to March.


Camel Safari in Jaisalmer and Bikaner

The beautiful Jaisalmer and Bikaner have a plethora of camel safari options to choose from. One can find several well-known sand dunes sites where one can enjoy an exciting camel ride in the desert. Just hop on the back of the camel and enjoy the views that are a treat to the eyes. Capture the changing shapes of the sand dunes, spot wild insects and animals of the desert and also the different hues of the sky as the day goes on. If you are in favour ofsecluded places then you canarrange for a safari in the lesser-known parts of the Thar desert. Timing for a camel safari is from Morning till night and the price is INR 1200 and above depending upon the tour one books.


Desert Camping in Jaisalmer

The Golden City of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer offers plenty of options for staying out in the desert. Desert Camping in Jaisalmer is one of the most interesting things to do. There are numerous choices of desert camps varying from basic to premium packages. Here is the list of some of the best sites for camping in Jaisalmer-

Rajputana Desert Camp, The Serai Camp, Damodara Desert camp, Prince Desert Camp, Mama’s Desert camp, Winds Desert camp, Rawla Desert camp, Pal Rajah Resort, Oasis Camp, and Dangri Desert Safari Camp. All these desert camps offer fantastic accommodation facilities with some outdoor activities that will surely make your desert camping a surreal one. Avoid the summer season for desert camping in Jaisalmer as the temperature during summers rises to an unbearable extent.

 Plan your desert camping vacation inthe winter season that is from October to March as the weather is quite salubrious and comfortable for camping. Camping in Jaisalmer is one of the most exotic experiences and offers one to get to the roots of the Rajasthani culture. What can be as soothing as staying under the moonlight in comfortable beds, feasting on traditional Rajasthani cuisines, witnessing the sand dunes while enjoying a camel rideand yes dancing on folk music.


Motor Boating in Udaipur

Head towards the pristine Fateh Sagar Lake in Udaipur for a motorboat ride. Fatehsagar lake is the second-largest artificial lake and is surrounded by the high Aravalli hills on three sides and Pratap Memorial on theNorthside.

Capture the astounding views of the lake during the evening and witness the beautiful sunset from behind the mountains. The ride costs INR 200 for adults and INR 100 for children. The timing for the boat ride is from 8 am to 4:30 pm. 


Famous Forts of Rajasthan

The beautiful state of Rajasthan has numerous forts and palaces that are even today standing strong and speak of a glorious past. Be its tremendous architecture or rich history it truly attracts every visitor. As one wanders through narrow passages and captures pretty carvings on the walls one can feel the kind of craftsmanship. The state of Rajasthan has over a hundred fortifications on hills and mountain terrains. Make sure to witness the massive forts of Rajasthan that depicts the glorious past with astonishing architecture.



Amer Fort

Amber Fort or Amer Fort is one of the most exotic forts in India. This fort is almost 11kms away from Jaipur. Do not miss an elephant ride up the stairs to this majestic fort.Witness the traditional Hindu and Rajputana style ofarchitecture here at Amber fort. The intricate paintings of the ancient hunting styles and portraits of prominent Rajput rulers are a major attraction here. Amer fort is divided into four sections and each section has its separate entrance and courtyard. The main entrance is known as the Suraj Pol or Sun Gate that leads to the main courtyard. attend the 50 minute light and sound show that is held every evening here that showcases the history of Jaipur and the fort. Timings for the show is- 9 AM to 6 PM, The entry feefor Indian National- INR 25, students- INR 10, and for Foreigners is- INR 200 and the charge for an Elephant ride for two at Amer Palace is INR900.



Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort is situated in the beautiful Jodhpur. It is one of the largest forts in Rajasthan. This massive fort was built in 1438 by Rao Jodha after whom the city of Jodhpur is named. The walls of the fort are 118feet in height and width 69feet which protects its massive area. The fort has two ancient temples and a museum that contains relics and ancient artefacts that not only come from royal families of Rajasthan but also from the Mughal dynasty culture. The major attraction here is the musicians playing traditional folk songs at the entrance of the fort. Enjoy Zip lining activity – Flying Fox here that can be undertaken from9 amtill 5 pm. Theentry feefor international guests is INR 600, including the audio and for domestic guests, it is INR 70.


Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer Fort is situated in the pretty Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. The fort strongly symbolizes the power of the Rajput dynasty and was constructed in the 12th century by Rawal Jaisal. Jaisalmer Fort is also known as Sonar Quila or Golden Fort by the locals as it has the golden aura that engulfs the fort during sunset time. Make sure to visit the Jaisalmer fort that is one of the most loved forts in Rajasthan. The timing to visit this fort is from 9am to 5 pm. The Entry Fee- For Indians,  is INR 30, for foreigners, is INR 70, for the still camera is INR 50 and for the video camera, is INR100.



Ranthambore Fort


The majestic Ranthambore Fort is situated amid Ranthambore national park in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. It is the crucial part of the hill forts of Rajasthan and is declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. This fort was constructed by the Chauhan kings of Rajasthan and is believed to have been built in the 8th century. One visiting this fort can findthe prettyGanesha temple within the fort which is the major attraction among the travellers. Ranthambore fort stands out as a great example of astounding fortifications that attracts tourists.The timing to visit this fort is 6:00 am- 6:00 pm and the entry fee for adults is Rs.15 per person and for children, it is Rs 10 per child.



Chittorgarh Fort

The massive Chittorgarh Fort is located in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan. This majestic fort is renowned for its pretty architecture that is best suited for a luxurious lifestyle. Chittorgarh Fort is the largest fort in the state of Rajasthan. Few architectural remains even today with their heads held high out of pride & honour & displays the grandeur of the Rajput rulers of Mewar. Chittorgarh fort has nine gates - Ganesh Pol, Jodala Pol, Ram Pol, Laxman Pol, Bhairon Pol, Hanuman Pol &Padan Pol. The fort also has 2 towers Vijaya Stambh& Kirti Stambh. The timing to visit this fort is between 9:45 am- 5:45 pm and the entry fee for Indians is INR 15 and for Foreignersis INR 200.


Taragarh Fort

Taragarh Fort or Star Fort was constructed in the year 1354. It is one of the most visited forts in Ajmer and is counted among the most astonishing forts in Rajasthan. Taragarh fort has three main gateways- Gagudi Ki Phatak, Lakshmi Pol, and PhutaDarwaza that are the major tourist attractions and are engraved with carvings of elephants. Some othermajor attractions of the fort are- Rani Mahal- which flaunts its stained glass windows and murals that still are adorned with the charm of the bygone era and Miran Saheb Ki Dargah. Capture the panoramic and breathtaking views of the entire city of Bunid located in the Nagpahari of Aravalli ranges from this fort. The timing to visit this fort is from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm. There is no entry fee required to visit this fort.


Gagron Fort

Constructed in the 12th century Gagron Fort was built by DorRajputs.GagronFort is indeed a masterpiece of Rajput architecture and a striking example of a hill and water fort. This fort is constructed on top of a hillock and thus offersan awe-inspiring 360-degree view of the landscape below. One can find a museum outside the fort gates and a mausoleum of Sufi Saint Mitthe Shah. A Fair is conducted every year during Muharram to mark the respect for him.The key highlight of this fort is the tranquil river on three sides. The timing to visit this fort is between 8 am to 7 pm and the entry fee is INR 50.


Kumbhalgarh Fort


Kumbhalgarh fort is one of the 5 hill forts of the Rajasthan state of India and is situated almost 82kms from Udaipur. Kumbhalgarh Fort has the second largest wall after the great wall of China and is built on the foothills of Aravalli ranges and is surrounded by 13 hill peaks ofthe ranges.  One can find a Lakhola tank that is inside the fort that was built by Rana Lakha between 1382 and 1421 CE. Witness some of the major monuments that are present inside this fort- Ganesh Temple, Vedi temple, Parsvanatha Temple, Bhawan Devi temple, Kumbh Palace, and Badal Mahal. Do not miss attendingthe light and sound show that depicts the story of the Rajput Royals. The timing to visit this fort is from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. The entry fee for Indiansis INR 10 and for foreign tourists is INR 100. One who is in favour of attending the Light and Sound show then the price for it is INR 100.


Junagarh Fort

Junagarh fort is one of the most popular forts in Bikaner. The original name of the Junagarh Fort is the Chintamani Mahal. Today a part of this fort is converted into a grand museum that is housed with ancient artefacts that have been well preserved. The tourists can witness the historic pieces of art and paintings displayed in the museum.Make sure to visit this fort to witness the lavish structure and the majestic beauty of each structure. The timings to visit this fort is between 10am to 4:30pm and the entry fee for Indians is INR 50, for Foreigners, is INR 300. For Audio Tour it is INR 350, and for visiting Phool Mahal and Chander Mahal is INR 100.



Neemrana Fort

Neemrana Fort Palace was constructed in the 15th century. This palace was under the reign of Rajput Maharaja Prithvi Raj Chauhan III and is the epitome of immense beauty. It flaunts a perplexing blend of traditional Rajasthani and modern styled interior; It is one of India's oldest heritage resorts and offers one with a splendid night view. The beautiful Neemrana fort palace flaunts its stunning night views. One can find 2 pools around the palace, hanging gardens and beautiful rooms that make one’s visit a memorable one. The fort is also renowned for holding marriage ceremonies and other cultural events. The timings to visit this fort palace is between 9 am to 3 pm. The entry fee for weekdays is INR 500 per person, and for weekends it is INR 750 per person.



Colourful Markets in Rajasthan


Shopping in Rajasthan is all about trinkets, leather goods, royal jewellery and yes spices too. Apart from all the splendid monuments that speak of a legendary past, Rajasthan offers some of the most exotic shopping places that are worth avisit. Here is the list of some famous markets located in the most popular cities ofRajasthan-

Johari Bazar, Jaipur

Hunting for some pretty Rajasthani Jewellery? Then head towards the Johri Bazar in Jaipur. This market is famous for the intricate Kundan work and the traditional Meenakshi jewellery. Johri Bazar holds a vast collection of jewellery that comes in different price ranges. Apart from jewellery, this market offers one of the Rajasthani lehengas and saris that are worth purchasing. One can even head towards the food stalls and try some authentic delicacies of Rajasthan. This market is opened from 10 am to 11 pm.


Bapu Bazar, Jaipur

Bapu Bazar is located near Johari Bazar and Nehru Bazar. Visit Bapu Bazar for Rajasthani textiles, handloom, and pretty accessories.

The items here are reasonably priced. The market is open from 11 am to 8 pm.


Clock Tower Market, Jodhpur

Clock Tower Market is one of the perfect shopping destinations in Jodhpur. It is renowned for selling spices of different kinds, but one can even find antiques, handicrafts, clothing items too. This market remains open from 10 am to 8 pm.

NaiSadak, Jodhpur

Your Jodhpur trip is incomplete without visiting NaiSarak. This market is properly known for Bandhej and Badhni apparel generally known as tie and dye products. Grab some pretty turbans, leather items, hand-painted beautiful sarees that reflects the rich Rajasthani culture. The Local artisans sell these products. This market opens at 10 am and remains open till 10 pm.

Bada Bazar, Udaipur

On your Udaipur trip do not miss to explore the Bada Bazar that is renowned for gold jewellery, clothing material, silver and copperware. Some shops also sell precious gemstones, antique items and leather goods. This market opens at 8 am and remains open till 9 pm.


Decors of Hathi Pol Bazaar, Udaipur

Grab some pretty handicrafts from the Hathi Pol Bazaar situated in Udaipur. It is one of the buzzing markets.  Take home with you the pretty Rajasthani footwear- jootis and mojris and yes the traditional miniature paintings that are worth buying. This market opens at 9:30 am and remain open till 5:30pm.

Sada Bazar, Jaisalmer

Sada Bazar is one of the most happening markets in Jaisalmer. Shop for some pretty blankets, rugs, carpets, apparel, pretty handicrafts, and antiques. This market also offers some other items like dye and Khadi fabric. The items here are available at a wholesale rate. It remains open from 10 am to 6 pm.


Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bikaner

Mahatma Gandhi Road is one of the biggest markets in Bikaner. This market houses several shops selling textiles and leather juttis along with other items. Grab the famous Bikaneri Bhujia on the Station road that is a part of Mahatma Gandhi road. This market is open from 9 am to 7 pm.


Kote Gate, Bikaner

Kote Gate Raod exhibits the exuberant Rajasthani culture. Grab some pretty accessories, multi-coloured sandals, beautiful miniature paintings, colourful Khadi kurtas,camel leather items, Bikaneri Namkeens, sweets, and many more other items too. Try a hot cup of tea made from camel’s milk that is the speciality of this market. This market remains open from 9 am to 9 pm.


Sarafa Bazar, Pushkar

Sarafa Bazar in Pushkar offers one of the beautiful Indian ethnic wear along with unique and stylish bangles, silver jewellery, mojari, embroidered camel covers and colourful idols of different gods and goddesses. All the items sold here are at a reasonable price. The market opens from 9 am till 9 pm.


The famous festival of Rajasthan


Rajasthan beautifully flaunts its rich heritage, culture and picturesque splendour. Apart from its scenic places and massive forts, this state celebrates colourful and traditional festivals that reflect ethnicity, and cultural events. The festivals of Rajasthan gives one a sneak peek into its rich culture. Just have a look at some of the vibrant festivals of Rajasthan-


Rajasthan International Folk Festival celebrated in Jodhpur

Rajasthan International Folk Festival is an annual festival and is all about the celebration of traditional folk music and arts. This festival is celebrated every year on the Sharad Purnima in October at the Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur to promote traditional folk music and arts. The major highlights of this festival are- folk music and dance, jazz night, early morning ragas and numerous interactive sessions.

Pushkar Camel Fair

Pushkar Mela or Pushkar Camel Fair is conducted in Pushkar in October- November at the time of Kartik Purnima according to the Hindu Lunar Calendar. It is a 100 years old camel fair that is famous all over the world.

It is a grand seven-day traditional festival where thousands of camels gather for trading. The major highlight of this festival is- Parade and beauty contest of decorated camels, hot air balloon ride, moustache competition, and handicraft bazaar.


Teej Festival, Jaipur

Teej festival is one of the most loved and popular festivals of Rajasthan and is celebrated in Jaipur in August. This festival is all about traditional song and dance, fairs and worship of goddess Teej. A grand procession is held in which the golden palanquin of Goddess Parvati is taken across the city with decorated elephants, horses and camels. Enjoy the Ghewar- a teej special sweet, and malpua that is the major sweet during this festival. The major attraction of this festival is the womenfolk dressed in green traditional dresses, bangles, and mehndi.


Desert Festival, Jaisalmer

Desert Festival is a grand celebration held for three days in February month and is organised in the pretty dunes of the Thar desert in the Sam Dunes that is 42 km from the main city of Jaisalmer every year.

The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm. Enjoy the Rajasthani fold culture, which is showcased through dance, music, gymnastic, camel polo, camel races and other thrilling sports. The major highlight of this festival is the gigs by local nomadic groups, rallies from Jaisalmer fort to Shahid Poonam Singh Stadium, Gair fire dance, tug of war, turban tying and other interesting contests.


Udaipur Mewar Festival

The Udaipur Mewar festival is the world’s second living heritage festival that is organised in Udaipur in March with great grandeur and splendour. Themajor highlight of thisfestival is musical shows, classical dance, seminars on preservation of city monuments, food stalls by professional chefs and amazing firework display.


Famous food of Rajasthan

Apart from allthe exotic destinations, massive forts and palaces, Rajasthan is famous for its lip-smacking cuisines. The use of dried lentils, beans, milk and buttermilk is common in cooking in Rajasthan. Here is the list of some of the most iconic food of this state that you must try-


Dal BaatiChurma

Dal Baatichurma is the signature dish of Rajashtan.The dough of this dish is made with semolina and flour and is stuffed with a filling of peas, dhania, spices amchoor, jeera, heeng, and is then baked to perfection. The daal is made of lentils.


Gatte Ki Sabzi

Gatte Ki sabzi is made with gram flour dumplings that are steamed and lightly fried. These dumplings are then added to tangy gravy made of tomato, buttermilk, and spice. Gatteki sabzi is best eaten with rotis and rice.


Laal Maas

Laal Maas is the most famous non-veg dish in Rajasthan and is made of marinated spicy mutton curry and is cooked on a low heat in a fiery sauce of red chillies, garlic paste, sliced onions and curd and is topped with ghee and coriander leaves.


Ker Sangri

Ker sangria is one of the most loved and famous Rajasthani dishes. Ker is a wild berry that is tangy and peppery and sangria is a type of long bean grownabundantly in the desert area. Ker Sangri is cooked in buttermilk or water with spices.People of Rajasthan combine Ker Sangri with bajra roti.


Onion Kachori

Onion Kachori, a breakfast snack, is a flaky deep-fried bread made from plain flour and stuffed with spicy onion mixture and is best served with tamarind chutney.



Ghevar is a dessert that is made from flour soaked in ghee, milk and topped with sliced almonds. This sweet has a crunchy texture and is made in a mould. Ghevar has town variety – plain, made with mawa and malaighevar



Raab is a thick broth that is made from bajra flour and buttermilk and is heated and fermented. The Bajra flour and buttermilk are put in an earthen pot and mixed to make a thick sauce. It is then left to simmer over a low flame for several hours until it is fully cooked.  It is usually eaten as a soup.


Heritage of Rajasthan


Rajasthan, the land of heritage sites holds the places that are either ruin of ancient structures or opulent forts, and yes wildlife sanctuaries too. All such places present the rich legacy of old times that is truly visible through jaw-dropping architecture, awe-inspiring interiors and yes soothing ambience too. Several travellers visit Rajasthan for its ancient UNESCO world heritage sites. The list includes- 6 hill Forts- Chittorgarh fort, Kumbhalgarh fort, Gagron fort, Amber Fort, Ranthambore fort and Jaisalmer fort, Jantar Mantar, National Park- Keoladeo National park, astronomical observatory and Jaipur city. All thehistorical sites are truly unique in themselvesand truly deserves a visit to get an insight into the state’s rich tradition, culture and heritage.


Offbeat Destinations of Rajasthan


The Land of Kings, Rajasthan holds some of the most popular destinations like Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Jaisalmer and many more, but apart from all these major places, one can find numerous offbeat destinations that are equally beautiful places. So why not travel to such places? So here are few offbeat destinations that you must include in your Rajasthan tour itinerary-



Bharatpur has a massive fort and Palaces. Bharatpur is a tourist place where visitors has much to explore. The place is housed with Lohagarh Fort, Ganga Mandir, Deeg- The water Palace, Gopal Bhawan, Kaman, Dholpur Palace, Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur Palace and Museum. The Government Museum which is in Lohagarh Fort is housed with ancient artefacts which symbolises art, history and ancient traditions.


A town Mandawa, with sand all around, is a city that is present in the Jhunjhunu district. This place is dotted with several Havelis. Here is the list of some of the fantastic places that need to be covered during your Mandawa trip- Murmuria Haveli, Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli, Harlalka Well, BinisidharNewatia Haveli, and Chokhani Double Haveli.



Nestled amid the secluded valley of Aravali ranges, Ranakpur is truly an amazing place for vacation. This destination offers one a verdant of greenery and gushing streams that makes this place a must-visit destination in Rajasthan. There are a lot of placesto explore here- Ranakpur Jain temple, Sadri- a small town and is a major worship place for the Jain community, Surya Narayan Temple, Muchhal Mahavir temple, Narlai- a small village renowned for its Hindu and Jain temples, Desuri- a town that has several beautiful temples. There are a lot of other places too that are truly worth visiting.



Kumbhalgarh town is one of the most visited places in Rajasthan. This place is renowned for its massive snake-like fortress and its majestic monuments, pretty palaces, and several temples. The major highlight of this place is its location that is at the foothills of pebbly Aravali hills. During your trip to Kumbhalgarh do not miss to visit some of the amazing places like- Kumbhalgarh Fort, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Badal Mahal, Neelkanth Mahadeo temple, Mammadev temple, Vedi temple, and Parshuram temple.



Nagaur is a pretty small town that holds the reminiscents of the past in the form of ancient architecture. Here is the list of some of the best places to explore- Nagaur Fort, Tarkeen Dargah, Amar Singh’s Cenotaph, Jain Glass Temple, Deepak Mahal, and Akbari Mahal.


Mount Abu

The exotic Hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is a major destination among travellers. Mount Abu is the only hill station of Rajasthan and is loved for its cool atmosphere and yes also for the lush green surrounding. Several placesto visit here are-Nakki Lake, GuruShikhar- the highest peak of theAravalirange, Toad Rock, Mount Abu Wildlife sanctuary, Dilwara temples, Mount Abu Sunset point, Raghunath temple, Brahma Kumaris Ashram, Mount Abu Honeymoon Point, Achalgarh Village, Arbuda Devi Temple, Trevor’s Tank, GaumukhTemple, Achalgarh fort are some of them.



Hunting for an exotic offbeat destination? Then Dungarpur can prove to be the one. With its charming palaces and exquisite terrains, Dungarpur is indeed one of the most loved destinations. Enter into the historic trance of this destination by exploring some exotic places- Udai Bilas Palace- serves as a heritage hotel and is embraced by traditional Rajput architecture, Gaibsagar Lake- the banks of this pristine lake is adorned by Badal Mahal, a dome-shaped palace that offers astonishing views of the lake and the popular Shrine of Srinathji, a temple devoted to Lord Shiva, Juna Mahal, Bhuvaneshwar temple, and Badal Mahal.



The city of Chittorgarh is perched upon the banks of riversGambheri and Berach. The beautiful City of Chittorgarh boasts of a glorious Rajput history. There are several tourist attractions that one cannot afford to miss- Chittorgarh Fort, Rana Kumbha Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Meera Temple, and Padmini Palace.



Alwar is truly a traveller’s paradise. This beautiful place is also known as the Gateway to Rajasthan. Alwar was once the seat of the Rajputs and yes one can still witness the remnants of their splendour here. Plan a trip to Alwar and cover some of the amazing places for a memorable vacation- SariskaTiger reserve, Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri, Bala Quila, Jagannath temple, Bhangarh fort, Karni Mata temple. There are other attractions too that one can explore in Alwar.



Barmer, a place where the warmth of the locals and the richness of age-old traditions combine. It lies in the Thar Desert region of Rajasthan and is known to have extreme climatic conditions. There are a lot of places to be explored- Nakoda Jain temple, Kiradu temples, Mahabar Sand Dunes, Barmer fort. There are other places too that truly needs to be visited.



Banswara is one of the offbeat destinations in Rajasthan. This place has an abundance of bamboo forest and products sprouting within its boundaries. Make sure to visit Banswara and explore some of the exotic places like- Tripura Sundari- a temple, Abdullah Pir- a place of worship for the Bohra community of Muslims, Dialab Lake, Arthuna temple, Mahi Dam, and a lot more other places too.



A historical city, Kuchaman is one of the offbeat destinations located in Rajasthan. There is a lot of amazing places to explore in Kuchaman. Some include- Kuchaman Quila, Meera Maal, Ganesh Dungri, and the Shakambhari hills. Visit this fantastic destination to witness the astonishing place that is worth paying a visit.



Mahansar is a small village located in the Shekhawati region in Rajasthan. This offbeat destination is renewed for its rich and heritageculture and is quite popular for its heritage liquor. Visit this destination for a memorable experience and to get an insight into the culture of this place.




Set in the Aravali hills, Narlai is a small village located between Udaipur and Jodhpur. Here is the list of some of the attractions of Narlai to visit during your tour to Narlai- Adinath Jain temple, Munisurvat Swami Jain temple, and Shantinath temple.



Deogarh is one of the offbeat destinations in Rajasthan and is situated on the boundaries of Marwar, Merwara and Mewar around 80 miles northeast of Udaipur. There are several amazing places to explore at Deogarh- Deogarh Mahal, Baidyanath temple, the Chandrakoop Well, Jain temples, Deogarh Museum, Dashavatar temple and Trikut hill.



Alsisar is a small town situated in the north-western part of the Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan. This place is renowned for its castle, Havelis, Hindu temple and cenotaphs. The major attraction of this place is the artistic paintings. Most of the forts are designed with fresco paintings. On your trip to Alsisar make sure to visit- Alsisar Mahal, Satya Narayan temple, Shri Rani Sati temple, and many other major attractions too.



Nestled amidst the shifting goldenSand dunes, Churu is a small town labelled as the Gateway to the Thar Desert. This town lies in the historic Shekhawati region in Northern Rajasthan. Visit this place for its architecture. Sethani Ka Johara- a water reservoir, Salasar Balaji- or Salasar Dham is a temple devoted to Balaji, and Tal Chappar Sanctuary is some places that are worth visiting.



Longewala is a border town in the Thar desert in the western part of the Jaisalmer district. It is a must-visit place. The Indian army has converted this war place into a memorial for the visitors. One can find the bunkers and tankers captured during the Indo-Pakistani war of 1971.

Dera Amer

Dera Amer was established by an elephant lover. It is a unique and special tented camp set up in a very pretty patch of several hundred hectares of wilderness in the wooded Aravalli hills, a short drive out from Jaipur. This place offers one to spend time with elephants. One can find the tented camps that are quite comfortable. Visit this place to simply live amongst these elephants and watch them doing their daily business.


Sariska is truly a paradise for wildlife lovers. It is a fantastic tourist spot in the district of Alwar. It is a tranquil tourist spot with a salubrious environment. Apart from wildlife attractions, there is so much to explore – Sariska National Tiger Reserve, Siliserh Lake, Sariska Palace, Kankawadi Fort, BhangarhFort, Hanuman Temple for Pandupol, Naldeshwar Shrine, and Neelkanth temple


The beautiful Neemrana town is located in Alwar and is renowned for its massive Neemrana fort palace that was built in 1464 AD. There are some amazing places to explore during your Neemranatour- NeemranaFort Palace, Baori, Sariska National Park, and Bala Quila.


The best time to visit Rajasthan

The ideal time to explore the royal state is between October till March as the days are sunny but not too humid and the nights are cooler and thus One can easily stroll and explore Rajasthan. Avoid the Summer season as it is not the perfect time to explore but if one wants to visit during summer then one can head to Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, and Ranakpur as these places have a soothing temperature. If one is planning to visit in the winter season then one can head towards the desert places- Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Bikaner as this season is superb for a vacation here. Monsoon season is also considered the perfect time to visit Rajasthan as one gets a chance to witness the sudden change in the landscapes Bundi, Udaipur, and Keoladeo National Park are some places that can be visited during this season.


What type of Tours can you do in Rajasthan


Dreaming of a vacation in the Land of Kings? Well  Then choose from the list of some of the famous tours you can book for yourself to explore the fantastic places in Rajasthan-

Heritage Tour in Rajasthan

The royal Rajasthan is known for housing massive forts and imperial palaces along with its rich cultural heritage. Several places are recognised as World Heritage sites by UNESCO as they have unique historic and cultural significance. Here is the list of some of the best places for a Heritage tour-

Jodhpur- is renowned for its majestic Mehrangarh fort that was constructed by Rao Jodha in the 15th century. The top attraction here is- Jaswant Thada and the respondent Umaid Bhawan Palace. Apart from the forts and palaces, one can witness the ancient temples, pretty lake and yes the attractive shopping centres.


Jaipur- for your Heritage tour add Jaipur to your tour itinerary. The pink city has houses and buildings all painted in pink. Tourists visit this place for some amazing places like- Nahargarh fort, Amber fort, Hawa Mahal, ChokhiDhani that gives a glimpse into the local culture.


Udaipur- The Venice of the East, Udaipur is renowned for its lake palace, city palace, Vintage car museum and the pristine Nakki Lake. Make sure to visit the Udaipur Palace located on the banks of Lake Pichola. This palace reflects the blend of European, Chinese and medieval architecture.


Jaisalmer- The golden city, Jaisalmer is renowned for its massive forts, pretty palace, high sand dunes and awe-inspiring views of the Thar desert from the Jaisalmer fort. Enjoy caping and camel rides in the Thar desert that will give you a next-level experience. Visit the architectural marvels here like- Jain temples and Havelis constructed of yellow sandstone.


Ajmer- the beautiful Ajmer attracts one for its Dargah Shareef, the holy shrine of HazratKhwajaMuinUd Din Chisti, the revered preacher and saint. Ajmer is surrounded by Aravali hills and is a land of natural splendour and spirituality. The pristine lakes, and pretty Jain temples, and museum that displays historical artefacts are the major attraction of Ajmer.


Luxury Tours in Rajasthan

The Land of Kings, Rajasthan with its imperial spirit greets one with all its heart. Enjoy your luxury tour in Rajasthan by exploring some of the topmost places-


Jaipur- The Pink city forms part of India’s golden triangle tourist circuit and is home to several well-known castles and palaces. Some of the major attractions here are- Amer fort, city palace, HawaMahal, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh fort. Experience a luxury stay at the accommodation provided that have been transformed from heritage possessions that give the guest a fantastic opportunity to enjoy a luxury living.


Udaipur- One of the most romantic destinations in India, Udaipur is one of the topmost places for your vacation. Lake Pichola, City Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, Sajjangarh place, and Eklingji temple are some of the places to add to your Udaipur tour itinerary. Visit the City Palace Museum that will give you a chance to witness a lot of personal royal inheritances, family photographs and other souvenirs that are put on a show in the city palace museum giving the beautiful Udaipur a royal touch. Udaipur is the perfect place to enjoy a luxury experience amidst the royal boundaries of it.


Jaisalmer- Visit some of the famous places here like- Jaisalmer fort, the Thar Heritage Museum, Bada bagh, Patwonki Haveli, Sam Sand dunes. The city of Jaisalmer is much-much popular for its camel safari and luxury experiences that give the tourists ample chance to relish royalty and adventure at the same time.


Honeymoon Tours in Rajasthan


Hunting an exotic Honeymoon destination? Then planyour honeymoon vacation in the beautiful Rajasthan. Explore together some of the majestic monuments, royal and luxurious palaces, witness the traditional Rajasthani music and folk dances, and savour the authentic Rajasthani cuisines. Here are some of the best places to visit in Rajasthan during your honeymoon vacation-

Mount Abu- is located amidst lush green forested hills on the highest peak in the Aravali range and is renowned for its natural beauty, sightseeing and sunset point.  The major attraction here isNakki Lake, Dilwara temple, Guru Shikhar and Achalgarh.

Ajmer- this place is famous for its Dargah Sharif. The major attraction here is Ajmer Sharif, Ana Sagar Lake, Akbar’s Palace and museum. It is indeed one of the best destinations to explore during your honeymoon trip.

Bikaner- This place is one of the major attractions and is renowned for its forts, palaces, and desert safari. There are some of the beautiful places one can explore- Junagarh fort, Karni Mata temple, Gajner Palace, National Research Centre on Camel. Enjoy the desert safari with your partner thatis one of the interesting things to do in Bikaner.

Jaisalmer- Make your honeymoon vacation most memorable in the exotic Jaisalmer. Go for the desert safaris on camels and enjoy camping. Jaisalmer is an hour away from Jodhpur. The major attraction here are- Jaisalmer fort, Longewala war memorial, Tanot Mata temple and Bada Bagh.


Jaipur- Jaipur is one of the perfect places for your honeymoon vacation and is renowned for its forts, palaces and local markets. Explore the forts, monuments, temples, step-wells and vibrant shopping streets. The major attraction here is Birla Mandir temple, City Palace of Jaipur, Jaigarh Fort, and Nahargarh fort.


Udaipur-The fantabulous city of lakes, Udaipur is one of the topmost destinations for Honeymoon in Rajasthan and is renowned for its Rajput-era palaces, scenic vies, vibrant culture and historical sites. The pristine lakes, rich Rajasthani culture, heritage, monuments white marble palaces, opulent accommodation options are all that makes Udaipur the most fabulous destination. The major attraction to explore here are- City Palace, Lake Pichola, Lake Garden Palace, and Vintage Garden Museum.


Wildlife Tours in Rajasthan

The state of Rajasthan is home to several endangered animals, tigers and leopards. There are top 5 sanctuaries in Rajasthan where one can experience the wildlife at its best-


Sariska National Park- Is Home to the Royal Bengal tigers, Hanuman Langur and severalother animals. This sanctuary is also home to different species of birds.


Ranthambore Tiger Reserve- This tiger reserve is renowned for its rich biodiversity, lush green jungles and rich population of tigers. It is indeed a paradise for wildlife lovers.


Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary- This sanctuary is home to Golden Jackal, small Indian civet, Indian wolf, Indian fox, wild boar, Indian leopard, sambar, jungle cat, striped hyena, sloth, pangolin, hedgehog and many other animals too.


Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary- This sanctuary is the natural habitat of several carnivores and herbivores. One can witness- tigers, sloth bears, hyenas, wild boars, endemic deer, leopards, sambar, chinkara and chitals.


Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary- The major attraction of this sanctuary is the man-made lake- Bari Lek. One can spot tigers, nilgai, sambhar, wild boars, hyenas, panthers and jackals at this sanctuary. The trekking trail from Gorilla point to Bari lake is truly a delight for adventure lovers.


One can plan a wildlife tour in the summer months that is from March to June as the animals can easily be spotted around the water bodies in the sanctuaries and the national parks as they come to the water bodies to quench their thirst. If one is planning in the winter months then one can plan between October toMarch when the weather is pleasant and is also apt for camping and trekking through the forests.



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How to reach Rajasthan?

By Air

The state of Rajasthan is well–connected to the prominent cities of India. There are three major airports in Rajasthan state – one in Jaipur – Sanganer International airport, that operates domestic flights also. Jodhpur and Udaipur have domestic airports, Jodhpur airport is also the base for the Indian Air force and the Udaipur airport – Maharana Pratap airport, Dabok, Rajasthan. Almost all important airlines Air India, Go Air, Jet Airways and Indigo operate their flights on regular basis to these 3 aforesaid airports.

By Train

Rajasthan enjoys a good rail network connection. The cities– Jaipur, Kota, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Ajmer, Alwar, Udaipur and Jodhpur are well – connected with several cities and towns across India. There is more than 140 railway station in Rajasthan. Major train – Rajdhani Shatabdi, Duronto, and luxury trains like Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, Palace on Wheels, Maharaja’s Express, and the Indian Maharaja – Deccan Odyssey are also operational for several prominent travel places in the Rajasthan state.

By Road

Rajasthan has 20 National highways that establish a smooth connection with several other states. National Highway – NH8 is the major highway that connects Rajasthan to – Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Mumbai. There are 19 more national highways all well maintained which makes the journey comfortable and speedy. The Rajasthan state has a commendable Bus service which is regulated by the state government under the name of RSRTC. It has more than 5000 buses and three out of a total of 56 depots have buses travelling to other major states – Gujarat, New Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh. Tourists can also opt for Gandhi Rath, Volvos, Blueline services, Gold line services that also operate from the state.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q. How much does a trip to Rajasthan cost?
  • Rajasthan trip package price depends on several factors. The longer the duration of the trip is the costlier it will get. The second is the accommodation and if the accommodation is for a five or a four-star hotel one will be paying more. There are several other things like-entry ticket prices being inclusive in the tour packages, food, etc. that affect the total Rajasthan tour package price.

  • Q. Which tour package is best for Rajasthan?
  • We an experienced travel agency offers our customers exotic Rajasthan tour packages. These packages are available on our official website- www.travelride.in just go through our multiple tour packages that need to be purchased. Through our Rajasthan tour packages, you will be exploring some of the stunning tourist places that are truly worth visiting.

  • Q. Which is the best time to visit Rajasthan?
  • The most perfect time to explore Rajasthan is in the winter season that is between November to February when the temperature ranges between 10 to 27-degree Celcius. It is the most perfect time to roam and explore the city.

  • Q. How many days are enough in Rajasthan?
  • Six days are pretty enough to explore the Royal Rajasthan. The beautiful state holds a good collection of numerous cities that have their specialty. 

  • Q. Which are the best places to visit in Rajasthan?
  • The land of Kings- Rajasthan is the largest state in the Republic of India. It holds an amazing display of arts and pretty architecture. This beautiful state has a significant number of astounding palaces that are of historical significance. It is one of the most colorful and vibrant states in the country. One falls in love with a strong blend of culture, history and yes with the stunning places too.

    Make sure to spend your next vacation in the beautiful places of Rajasthan to absorb their splendor, exclusive handicrafts, scrumptious cuisines, and yes peek into the lifestyle of the natives. Here are some of the best places to explore when in Rajasthan- Jaisalmer- the golden city, Jaipur- the Pink city, Jodhpur, Ajmer-renowned for Dargah Sharif, Mount Abu- the only hill station of Rajasthan, Udaipur- the City of Lakes, and Bikaner- home to several temples and forts.

  • Q. What can I cover in 5 days Rajasthan tour?
  • In 5 days you can cover three exotic places- Jaipur, Pushkar, and Mount Abu. Enjoy the sightseeing of City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and Jantar Mantar. Enjoy an Elephant ride at Amber Fort. Get a chance to be a part of the sound and light show in Jaipur. Take a holy dip in the Pushkar lake.

    One can enjoy a camel ride in Pushkar city. Visit the Brahma temple and Rose Garden at Pushkar. Explore Dilwara Jain temple at Mount Abu and enjoy cruising at Nakki Lake at Mount Abu.

  • Q. How many days are enough for Jaipur?
  • Jaipur is a treasure trove of tourist-worthy attractions. A three day stay in the pink city, Jaipur is enough to explore all the major tourist places like- Amer Fort, City Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Chokhi Dhani, and Galtaji Temple.

  • Q. What can I buy in Rajasthan?
  • On your trip to Rajasthan grab some wonderful stuff that is traditional and eye-catching. Here are some of the beautiful items that one should take back home- Jewellery and Gemstones, Paintings, Carpets, Pottery, Puppets, Fabric Work items, Metalwork items, Spices, Jhodhpuri Juttis, and sweets.

  • Q. What are the special foods of Rajasthan?
  • The Rajasthani cuisine is among those rare cuisines that boast of the never-ending platter with numerous dishes. Here we are mentioning some of the most iconic food of Rajasthan that no one can afford to miss- Dal Bati Churma, Mohan Thaal, Laal Maas, Mawa Kachori, Mirchi Bada, Gatte, Bajra Ki Raab, Methi Bajra Puri, Kalmi Vada, and Bajra ki Roti with Lehsun Chutney.

  • Q. Is it good to visit Rajasthan in summers?
  • The summer in Rajasthan is very hot and the temperature ranges between 32 to 45-degree Celcius. At night depending on which region is, the summer months April to June are the hottest months in Rajasthan and the temperature ranges between 20 to 25-degree Celcius.

    At night depending on which region one is in the temperature ranges between 20 to 25-degree celsius,  but yes the beautiful Udaipur and Mount Abu are the perfect destinations for a Rajasthan summer visit.

  • Q. How can I plan for 6 days in Rajasthan?
  • Planning to spend a vacation in Rajasthan for 6 days? Do not worry we are here to make your 6 days full of memorable moments. Explore the city- Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur on your 6-day vacation in Rajasthan. Explore some places in Jaipur like- Jantar Mantar, City Palace and Hawa Mahal.

    Make your next visit to Jodhpur and explore- Mehrangarh Fort, and pretty palaces and temples. Head towards Udaipur, the city of lakes and explore Pichola lake, Swaroopsagar Lake, and Fatehsagar lake.

  • Q. What is Rajasthan famous for?
  • The Royal Rajasthan is renowned for its historical hill forts and pretty palaces. It is also known for textiles, semi-precious stones and handicrafts.

  • Q. How can I plan Rajasthan from Mumbai?
  • From Mumbai to Rajasthan just book our exotic Rajasthan tour package from Mumbai. We offer our customers numerous Rajasthan tour packages from other cities. We have packages that start from Mumbai. Check our website today and book your desired Rajasthan tour package from Mumbai.

  • Q. Which is the most famous festival of Rajasthan?
  • Desert Festival is the most famous festival of Rajasthan. It is a three-day event organized by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation in the month of February. This festival showcases desert rituals and life, camel races, gymnastic stunts. There are several competitions like the longest mustache, turban tying, Mr. desert and a lot more other festivals too. One can even enjoy lip-smacking food and buy some pretty handicrafts and other souvenirs.

  • Q. How can I book a tour package for Rajasthan?
  • Visit our website for some amazing Rajasthan tour packages. Click on your favorite tour package today and get your package booked.  We have well-maintained tour itineraries that assure you of covering all the major places of Rajasthan. Feel free to ask your enquire about any package on the given contact number on our official website- www.travelride.in