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If you are crazy about heritage, culture, adventure or food tourism, then I can bet that state of Rajasthan will not disappoint you. Humungous forts of Indian maharajas in Jaipur, beautiful historic lakes in Udaipur, beautiful golden deserts of Jaisalmer and wildlife of Ranthambore, Rajasthan has flavours of everything you can imagine in your holidays.

Rajasthan is a big state with more than 25 cities. You cannot really visit all cities in your single visit. It is important that you plan your Rajasthan holiday itinerary in a way that you make the most of your valuable time and take memories for lifetime. To make your life easier, we have handpicked some of the best itineraries. We have planned these Rajasthan tour packages using our 15 years of Rajasthan travel experience.

If you are someone from India, planning for a short 3 – 5 days holiday or a foreign traveler (from US, UK, Australia etc) who is looking for a long 15 days tour, you will find something for everyone in our handpicked Rajasthan tour packages.

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Tour Plan 1
04 Nights

Jodhpur Jaisalmer Tour

Duration : 04 Nights / 05 Days

Destination Covered : Jodhpur – Jaisalmer

₹-8,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 2
04 Nights

Jaipur Udaipur Tour

Duration : 04 Nights / 05 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur – Udaipur

₹-8,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 3
04 Nights

Jodhpur Udaipur Tour

Duration : 04 Nights / 05 Days

Destination Covered : Jodhpur – Udaipur

₹-9,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 4
04 Nights

Jaipur Pushkar Ranthambore Tour

Duration : 04 Nights / 05 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur – Pushkar – Ranthambore

₹-10,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 5
05 Nights

Udaipur Mount Abu Jodhpur Tour

Duration : 05 Nights / 06 Days

Destination Covered : Udaipur – Mount Abu – Jodhpur

₹-11,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 6
05 Nights

Delhi Jaipur Agra Tour

Duration : 05 Nights / 06 Days

Destination Covered : Delhi – Jaipur – Agra

₹-11,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 7
05 Nights

Jaipur Udaipur Pushkar Tour

Duration : 05 Nights / 06 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur – Udaipur – Pushkar

₹-12,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 8
06 Nights

Jaisalmer Jodhpur Udaipur Tour

Duration : 06 Nights / 07 Days

Destination Covered : Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Udaipur

₹-14,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 9
06 Nights

Jaipur Jodhpur Udaipur Tour

Duration : 06 Nights / 07 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur – Jodhpur – Udaipur

₹-13,999/- per person

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TourPlan 10
06 Nights

Jaipur Jodhpur Jaisalmer Tour

Duration : 06 Nights / 07 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer

₹-14,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 11
07 Nights

The Marvel Called ‘Rajasthan’!

Duration : 07 Nights / 08 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur - Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Udaipur

₹-19,999/- per person

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TourPlan 12
07 Nights

Vibrant Rajasthan

Duration : 07 Nights / 08 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur – Pushkar – Jodhpur – Udaipur

₹-18,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 13
09 Nights

Shades Of Rajasthan

Duration : 09 Nights / 10 Days

Destination Covered : Jaipur – Udaipur – Mount Abu – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer - Pushkar

₹-20,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 14
09 Nights

Majestic Rajasthan

Duration : 09 Nights / 10 Days

Destination Covered : Pushkar - Jodhpur - Jaipur - Mount Abu - Ranakpur - Udaipur - Delhi

₹-20,999/- per person

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Tour Plan 15
12 Nights

The Rich Legacy Of Rajasthan And Delhi

Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destination Covered : Delhi - Bikaner - Mandawa - Jodhpur - Ranakpur...

₹-23,999/- per person

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RAJASTHAN TOUR PACKAGES Most Popular Rajasthan Itineraries

Searching for the best tour itineraries to discover the grandeurs of Rajasthan? Here are some of the most popular and suggested itineraries for exciting Rajasthan tours:

Explore Rajasthan within a short span of time. Though a short one, this Rajasthan tour is a perfect match for those who wants to experience the royalty of Rajasthan, but within the shortest time period.

Day 01: Arrival in Jaipur | City Sightseeing Tour to Amber Fort and Palace with an Elephant Ride.

Day 02: Drive Through Samode (Palace Tour) | Transfer to Shekhawati Town and Finally to Mandawa for Overnight Stay.

Day 03: Mandawa Sightseeing | Transfer to Bikaner with a Lunch Stopover.

Day 04: Junagarh Fort Sightseeing | Visit to Prachina Museum, Bikaner | Transfer to Jaisalmer.

Day 05: Jaisalmer Fort and Temple Visit | Drive to Jodhpur with Lunch Stopover.

Day 06: Jodhpur Sightseeing with a Visit to Mandore | Flight to Mumbai/Delhi | Tour Ends Here; In Between, You Can Visit the KhimsarViallage Instead of Bikaner.

Want to pack in as much of Rajasthan as you can in a week? Here is a complete schedule on going about it the classic way.

Day 1: Fly to Udaipur from Delhi/Mumbai and go sightseeing followed by a boat excursion on Lake Pichola.

Day 2: Leave for Mount Abu. Visit Dilwara Jain Temple, Nakki Lake and Sunset Point after lunch.

Day 3: Drive to Jodhpur and visit the Ranakpur Temple en route.

Day 4: Spend the morning at the Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur. Drive to Jaisalmer post lunch.

Day 05: Morning Visit to Jaisalmer Fort and Various Havelis | Post Lunch Transfer to Khimsar Village.

Day 06: Morning Village Tour in Khimsar | Mandawa Sightseeing Tour.

Day 07: Transfer to Jaipur | Tour around City Palace and Other Prime Attractions in Jaipur.

Day 08: Amber Fort Sightseeing | Departure for Delhi | Tour Ends Here.

Unravel the imperial beauty and charm of Rajasthan with a detailed tour across some of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the Desert Capital. Also, visit important and stunning landmarks within the tour to make your Rajasthan tour much more exciting!

Day 01: Arrival in Jaipur | Full-day Sightseeing Tour around Amber Fort, City Palace and Other Attractions.

Day 02: Road Journey to Bikaner | Visit to National Research Centre on Camels.

Day 03: Visit to Junagarh Fort | Post Lunch Drive to Jaisalmer.

Day 04: Full-day Sightseeing Tour around Jaisalmer.

Day 05: Drive to Jodhpur | Visit to Mehrangarh Fort and JaswantThada.

Day 06: Drive to Mount Abu with a Visit to Ranakpur Temple.

Day 07: Full-day Mount Abu Sightseeing.

Day 08: Drive to Udaipur with a Visit to Kumbhalgarh Fort.

Day 09: Half-day Udaipur Sightseeing | Boating in Lake Pichola.

Day 10: Departure from Udaipur towards Delhi/Mumbai; Tour Ends Here.

Embark on this leisure Rajasthan tour to come face-to-face with the exotic and flamboyant beauty of the Desert Capital.

Day 01: Drive from Delhi to Agra | Visit to Sikandra Fort, Taj Mahal and Itmad-ud-Daulah.

Day 02: Leisure Morning in Agra | Drive to Bharatpur | Visit to Fatehpur Sikri on the Way.

Day 03: Morning Visit to Keoladeo National Park | Post Breakfast Drive to Jaipur.

Day 04: Full-day Jaipur Sightseeing Tour | Visit to City Palace, Amber Fort and other Major Attractions.

Day 05: Drive to Nawalgarh through Samode | Sightseeing in Nawalgarh.

Day 06: Drive to Khimsar Village | Leisure Day.

Day 07: Drive to Jaisalmer | Visit to Osiana or the ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan.

Day 08: Walking Tour to Jaisalmer Fort | Visit to Havelis and Jain Temples and Sunset Point.

Day 09: Drive to Jodhpur | Leisure Day.

Day 10: Full-day Jodhpur Sightseeing | Visit Mehrangarh Fort, JaswantThada, Mandore Town and Local Bazars.

Day 11: Drive to Kumbhalgarh with a Visit to Ranakpur Temple.

Day 12: Morning Visit to Kumbhalgarh Fort | Drive to Udaipur | Evening Boating in Lake Pichola.

Day 13: Full-day Udaipur Sightseeing Tour | Visit to City Palace, Lake Pichola and other Major Landmarks | A Visit to Ekilangji and Nagda Temple is also Possible..

Day 14: Drive to Chittorgarh | Brief ChattisgarhExcursion | Departure for Ajmer.

Day 15: Morning Visit to MoinuddinChistiDargah | Excursion to Hindu Pilgrimage Site in Pushkar | Tour Ends Here.

Add an extra amount of fun and excitement to your Rajasthan tour. Visit some of the most scenic and wildlife abundant reserves and national parks in Rajasthan to experience the wilderness of India’s Desert Capital.

Day 01: Arrival at Sariska National Park from Delhi/Jaipur | Leisure Day.

Day 02: Early Morning Jeep Safari in Sariska National Park | Drive to Jaipur | Brief Sightseeing Tour in Jaipur.

Day 03: Road Journey to Sawai Madhopur | Post Lunch Jeep Safari to Ranthambore National Park | Tiger Spotting and Bird Watching.

Day 04: Early Morning Jeep Safari in Ranthambore National Park | Post Breakfast Drive to Bharatpur | Day Picnic on the Way.

Day 05: Early Morning Visit to Keoladeo National Park | Post Breakfast Drive to Agra | Visit to Taj Mahal | Tour Ends Here.

Udaipur or the ‘City of Lakes’ boasts of its enchanting beauty and imperial outlook. Cossetted by the scenic backdrop of the Aravalli Ranges, this tour is the best way to witness and enjoy the magical beauty of the Aravalli Ranges and Udaipur.

Day 01: Drive from Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh | Visit Kumbhalgarh Fort | Enthralling Night Drive for Wildlife Spotting.

Day 02: Early Morning Drive to Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary | Wildlife Spotting | Drive to Ranakpur to Visit the Jain Temples.

Day 03: Departure from Ranakpur | Visit Desuri Range on the Way and Enjoy Wildlife Spotting | Return Drive to Ranakpur.

Day 04: Drive to Udaipur | Tour Ends Here.

A hand-picked tour that takes the visitors through some of the selected locations and tourist destinations in Rajasthan, this is also one of the shortest tour in Rajasthan.

Day 01: Arrival in Jaipur | Sightseeing and Elephant Ride at Amber Fort.

Day 02: Drive to Ranthambore National Park | Half-day Wildlife Excursions in Ranthambore.

Day 03: Full-day Wildlife Spotting in Ranthambore.

Day 04: Departure for Agra | Taj Mahal Visit | Tour Ends Here.

Rajasthan is truly a melting point of different cultures, traditions, art and music. With this tour, visitors will get to enjoy the diverse cultures and the artistic beauty of the state.

Day 01: Arrival in Udaipur | Half-day Udaipur Sightseeing | Afternoon Visit to City Palace | Enjoy Local Artworks and the Creation of ‘Phads’.

Day 02: Drive to Nathwada to Witness and Enjoy ‘Pichwai’ Paintings | Visit BharatiyaLok Kala Museum to Learn More about Tribal Paintings.

Day 03: Drive to Roopangarh (or the capital of Kishangarh) | Ajmer and Pushkar Visits on the Way | Enjoy Local Artworks in Kishangarh.

Day 04: Drive to Jaipur | Afternoon City Tour in Jaipur.

Day 05: Amber Fort Visit in the Morning | Enjoy the Local Craftsmanship and their skills in arble sculpting.

Day 06: Drive to Shekhawati Region | Leisure Day in Nawalgarh or Mandawa | Visit the Local Havelis to Adorn the Opulent Artworks.

Day 07: Rambagh Visit to Witness the making of Furniture | Transfer to Delhi | Tour Ends Here.

While on a Rajasthan tour, you should not miss the colourful Kite Festival. Celebrated across many different places, attending this festival is an extremely fun-frolic affair!

Day 01: Journey from Delhi, Mumbai or Udaipur to Jodhpur.

Day 02: Morning Sightseeing in Jodhpur | Enjoy Kite Flying in Barkatullah Khan Stadium.

Day 03: Drive to Jaisalmer | Rest of the Day in Sightseeing around Jaisalmer.

Day 04: Morning Sightseeing i Jaisalmer | Afternoon drive to Jodhpur

Day 05: Morning Train Journey to Jaipur | Rest of the day Sightseeing around Amber Fort and Other Jaipur Attractions.

Day 06: Enjoy Fun-Frolic Sights and the Kite Festival in Jaipur | Visit Chaugan Stadium in the Afternoon to Enjoy Kite Flying Competition | Tour Ends Here.

One of the holiest places on the earth, Pushkar is undoubtedly a major tourist destination in Rajasthan. With this tour, visitors will get to enjoy all the flairs and flavours of Rajasthan.

Day 01: Arrival in Ajmer | Transfer to Pushkar | Rest of the Day will be Spent in Fair Grounds | Overnight Stay in Tents.

Day 02: Attend the Fairs | Enjoy Camel Rides | Visit Brahma Temple | Rest of the Day in Shopping and Leisure Activities in the Fairs | Tour Ends Here.

A festival that symbolise the victory of good over the evils, Dussehra in Rajasthan is enjoyed with high spirit and enthusiasm. During the festival, devotees of Lord Ram burn the effigy of the 10-headed Ravana and mark the beginning of the festive season.

Day 01: Arrival in Udaipur | Sightseeing for the Rest of the Day.

Day 02: Lunch Drive to TeekhiMagri Village | Cultural Performances – Acrobatics, Sword Play, Folk Dance, Horoscope Reading, Etc.

Day 03: Transfer to Bijapur | Visit to Chittorgarh on the Way | Overnight Stay in Castle Bijapur Hotel.

Day 04: Transfer to Kota | Sightseeing in Menal and Bundi on the Way.

Day 05: Sightseeing in Kota | Revel Dussehra Festivities in Kota | Visit Dussehra Ground in the Evening to Witness the Burning of Ravana | Tour Ends Here.

Marking the arrival of the monsoons, Teej is a primary festival among the women in Rajasthan. During the festival, women adorn themselves in the most beautiful ways and pray for the well-being of their married life, protections of their husbands, and prosperity in the family.

Day 01: Arrival in Jaipur | Sightseeing for the Rest of the Day.

Day 02: Attend Teej Festival – Enjoy the Swings and Apply Henna on Hands | Attend the Teej Procession by Afternoon | Tour Ends Here.

Whether you are a shopaholic or not, the colourful markets of Rajasthan will make you one! Let all your shopping spree turn real and revel in the vibrant markets in Rajasthan; buy traditional items, souvenirs, leather goods, gemstones, etc. while on a Rajasthan tour.

Day 01: Arrival in Udaipur from Delhi/Mumbai | Half-day Udaipur Sightseeing | Visit to Local Bazars (Markets) | Buy Jewelleries, Pichwais Paintings, Handicrafts Items, and Much More.

Day 02: Drive from Udaipur to Jodhpur | A Visit to the Temple Town of Nathdwara on the Way | Arrival in Jodhpur.

Day 03: Half-day Jodhpur Sightseeing | Visit the Local Markets by Afternoon | Revel in Shopping for Colourful Textiles, Local Artefacts like Juttis and Others.

Day 04: Drive from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer | Sightseeing for the Rest of the Day.

Day 05: Walking Trail across the Colourful Lanes of Jaisalmer | Enjoy Shopping for Local Handicrafts – Silver Ornaments, Mirror Works, Embroidered Textiles, Woollen Works, Etc.

Day 06: Drive from Jaisalmer to Bikaner | Local Tour to Explore the Art and Craft of Bikaner | Delight in Local Snacks and Delicacies.

Day 07: Drive from Bikaner to Jaipur | A Visit to Shekhawati on the Way.

Day 08: Half-day Jaipur Sightseeing | Visit Amber Fort and Palace | Visit the Local Bazars and Satiate all Your Shopping Desires | Tour Ends Here.

While on a Rajasthan tour, you simply cannot miss the elephants. A sign of royalty, wealth, power, and courage, these giant mammals have always been closely associated with the history and royalty of Rajasthan.
There are several options available for Elephant Safaris in Rajasthan:

Option 01:

Day 01: A Visit to Amber Fort in Jaipur | Head towards AodhiRamsagar | Post Luch, Visit Harmara for Overnight Camping.

Day 02: Visit the picturesque Harmara Lake | Continue towards Chomu with a Picnic Lunch on the Way | Arrival at a Campsite.

Day 03: Explore the Town of Chomu | Make it to the Sand Dunes for Overnight Camping.

Day 04: Proceed towards Samode | Either Spend a Few Days in the Palace Hotel or Continue with the Safari towards Shekhawati or Jaipur or Delhi by Car | Tour Ends Here.

Option 02:

Day 01: Drive from Jaipur to Sawarda | Begin the Fun with Elephant Safari towards Pushkar.

Day 02 & 03: Enjoy Elephant Safari across the Countryside | Overnight Stay in a Camp.

Day 04: Take a Safari to Pushkar | Safari Ends Here, But You Can Explore the Sacred Lands of Pushkar Before Leaving for your Next Destination | Tour Ends Here.

NOTE: If travelling dates coincide with the Pushkar Fair, you can stay at the campsite on Day-04 and enjoy the fair.

Option 03:

Day 01: Embark on a Drive from Jaipur towards Agra | Traverse Around 15km to Start Elephant Safari | Ride Towards the NailaRehion for Overnight Camping.

Day 02: Ride Across Naila to Explore the Countryside | Overnight Camping.

Day 03: Continue with the Elephant Safari to Reach Kanota | Tour Ends Here.

NOTE: Depending on your convenience and affordability, you can either stay back or take a drive to Jaipur or Agra on Day-03.

Camels or the ‘Ship of the Desert’ holds a celestial bond with Rajasthan. With these camel safaris in Rajasthan, visitors will get an insight of this eternal bond between the Desert Capital and camels.

There are two available options for these tours:

Option 01:

Day 01: Arrival in Jaipur | Transfer to Manoharpura off the Delhi-Jaipur Highway | Get the Camels and Begin with the Safari to Sherpura.

Day 02: A Three Hours’ Safari to Shahpura City after Breakfast | Enjoy Lunch at Garden Palace | Safari Ends Here.

Option 02:

Day 01: Arrival in Nawalgarh, Shekhawati | Check-in Into RoopNiwas Palace | Rest of the Day Exploring the Brilliant Architecture of Nawalgarh.

Day 02: Get Started with a 6-Hours Camel Safari after Breakfast | Enjoy a Day Picnic | Proceed to Narsinghani after Lunch for Your Overnight Stay.

Day 03: Continue with the Safari to Mandawa | Dinner and Overnight Stay at the Hotel Heritage Mandawa | Tour Ends Here.

If you want to explore the heavenly beauty of Rajasthan’s magical beauty, you must opt for the enthralling jeep safaris. Taking you to places that are almost inaccessible by other vehicles, these safaris in Rajasthan will offer you the best of the Desert Capital.

There are around four different options for Jeep Safaris in Rajasthan:

Option 01:

This includes a six days’ Jeep Safari originating from Bikaner. During the six days, visitors will get to spot a wide range of wildlife species including Peacocks, Deer, Cranes, and others across Kheechan and other locations. With overnight camping across Dhumpaliya, Samaru, Jamaniya-ki-Dhani, Jaisalmer and Banisre, this tour will conclude in Chabha village.

Option 02:

This includes a 2-days’ round trip that originates from Jaisalmer and takes the visitors across Moolsagar, Khuri, and Devikot during the first day. Second day includes safari to Lodurva, Sam Sand Dunes, Kanoi Village and the mystical village of Kuldhara.

Option 03:

On this 3-days’ tour that originates from Jodhpur, visitors will get to travel across Bhadrajun, Daspan and finally to Sirohi city. The tour makes its way through a mixture of terrains; from loose and rugged sandy terrains to lush hilly regions. The tour comes to an end on arrival at the highway that connects Udaipur and Mount Abu.

Option 04:

This is also a 3-days’ tour that starts with your arrival at Sanganer Airport. Within the three days, you will be driving across places like Kanot and Dhola on the outer fringes of Jaipur city.

Rajasthan – the ‘Land of Maharajas’, is also revered as one of the holiest destination among the Hindus. A home to numerous pilgrimage sites, this magical state is a treasure trove for the pious devotees. With this 12-days’ religious tour in Rajasthan, visitors will get to visit several devout places, sacred temples and sites across the Desert Capital of India.

Day 01: Arrival in Bikaner | Visit to National Research Centre for Camels | Jain Temple Visit including Shree Raj RatanBihari and RasikSiromani.

Day 02: Morning Visit to Junagarh Fort | Afternoon Excursion to Karni Mata Temple in Deshnoke.

Day 03: Drive from Bikaner to Jaisalmer | Visit Kolayat and its Temples on the Way | Visit Pokhran’sRamdevpir Baba Shrine.

Day 04: Morning Sightseeing around Jaisalmer | Visit Jain Temples within the Jaisalmer Fort and around Lodruva.

Day 05: Drive from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur | En route, Visit Osian | Rest of the Day at Leisure.

Day 06: Mehrangarh Sightseeing | Drive to Ranakpur | Visit Temples in Ranakpur.

Day 07: Drive from Jodhpur to Udaipur | En route, Visit GhaneraoMahavira Temple | Also Visit Charbhuja, Nathwara and Eklingji Shrines.

Day 08: Full-day Udaipur Sightseeing | Visit to Jagdish Temple.

Day 09: Drive from Udaipur to Pushkar | Visit Brahma Temple | Drive to Ajmer | Visit Ajmer Sharif Dargah.

Day 10: Drive from Ajmer to Jaipur | Sightseeing Tour across Jaipur | Visit to GovindDevji, Ganeshji and Galtaji Temples.

Day 11: Morning Sightseeing around Amber Fort and Palace | Visit JagatShiromani Temple and Karauli town.

Day 12: Short Excursion to Kaila Devi Temple | Drive from Agra to Bharatpur | Tour Ends Here.


All that you should know about the mystic land, Rajasthan!

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Rajasthan is situated in the north western piece of India. The land is encompassed by Pakistan in northwest, Gujarat in southwest, Madhya Pradesh in southeast, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab in upper east.

Summers are at its peak in the state of Rajasthan, and if you travel during this time, then, this might come on your way to enjoyment. Hence, we bring to you a list of the top most destinations in Rajasthan and the best time to visit them! Read on…

Udaipur: Udaipur, the metropolis of lake or a romantic city, is suitable to go to in during the Monsoon Season i.e., July to September. Your day trip to Udaipur would take maximum 2 days and if you manipulate to wrap up touring the locations in just one day then you can even pass ahead to Chittorgarh which is just 113 km away from Udaipur.

Jaisalmer & Jaipur: Jaisalmer (The Golden City) and Jaipur (The Pink City) are regarded to be the excellent places to go to in the winter, i.e., late October till February. The time duration of 2-3 days is ample to explore the ‘Golden City and Pink City of India.’

Jodhpur: The best of Jodhpur can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Travelling to Jodhpur would require 2 days. That would be sufficient to get via the fundamental sightseeing locations and enjoy notable food.

Mount Abu: Mount Abu (Rajasthan’s sole hill station) is fantastic in summer time and monsoon. 2-3 days would be sufficient to cowl most of the places alongside with playing the beautiful mornings and evenings in the hill station.

Bikaner: Bikaner (a day or 2 would be enough to help you explore and revel in your Bikaner Tour) and Bharatpur (best region to visit with children and household all through the monsoon season, so you would require to design outing of 2 nights three days).

Narlai: Narlai, a lovely village of Pali district in Rajasthan which is placed at the Jodhpur-Udaipur toll road is one of the most ethnic cities in Rajasthan and is great area to go to for in the duration of the monsoon season. You can extend a day to visit Narlai when travelling Jodhpur and Udaipur.

Ranthambore National Park: Plan your escape to Ranthambore (October-April) which is a substantial flora and fauna reserve close to Sawai Madhopur that would take you maximum three days to explore the deep jungles and Ranthambore Fort, and enjoy safari rides, birdwatching, and a lot more.

By Air: Rajasthan is a regular tourist hub for home and international tourists. Whether you are about to journey from within or from outside India, there are hosts of alternatives for airways connecting all the states of India. The three important airports of Rajasthan are Jaipur (International), Jodhpur (Domestic) and Udaipur (Domestic).

By Train: Rajasthan has a precise network of rail if you are touring inside India. There are a number of routes which you can choose for a train that connects to different cities of Rajasthan. For instance, Jaipur and Kota are the hubs connected to other fundamental cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata and others.

By Road: Planning to visit Rajasthan by means of road? With over 20 country wide highways, which embody an overall span of 6373 kms, amongst which NH-8 is the most preferred one as it is the extraordinary to be travelled on. The kingdom has commendable bus carrier that is regulated by the government with over 56 depots of buses which connects states like Gujarat, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Delhi.

The state of Rajasthan is flooded with some of the best religious destinations. Here are some that you should visit if you to enjoy peace and feel sanctity.

Dilwara Jain Temple in Mount Abu has beauty that is indescribable in words.

Similarly, if you go to Jaipur, then you should see the Birla Mandir Temple which is beautifully structured with white marble.

And if you are in the city of Lakes then you need to head to Jagdish Temple and watch out the lovely carvings, embellished ceilings and steep steps. And yes, above all- seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu!

The Royal State of Rajasthan is notable for its Forts, numerous Palaces, Castles, Chhatri, Mansion, Stepwells, Mahals, Stambh, Temples, Fresco and Havelis. Rajasthani landmarks are one of the best example of rajput craftsmanship and engineering, It incorporates Amber Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Hawa Mahal, City Palace Jaipur, Mehrangarh Fort, City Palace Udaipur,Rambagh Palace, Junagarh Fort Bikaner, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Kumbhalgarh and Chittorgarh Fort.

The leather goods, spices and royal jewellery and trinkets, all make for some engaging portions to be bought from the vibrant bazaars of Rajasthan.

Here is a list of shopping locations that you should visit here!

Johari Bazaar -Shop the classic and usual Jaipuri ornaments.

Bapu Bazar- This is your answer to all your needs! You will find all kind of items here to be shopped at reasonable prices!

Clock Tower Market -Get a range of spices, flavoured-teas, antiques and so on.

Nai Sarak -Grab the fine of Rajasthani fabric: Bandhani suits, pagris and leather-based goods.

Mahatma Gandhi Road -Your search for outstanding mojris and handicrafts ends here.

We not only provide you trips across Rajasthan’s in a budget of your choice but also impart treasured guidelines that will definitely make your time here even more fun. The itineraries are well-curated. Transports are arranged and the high-quality hotel in your price range is also booked alongside preparations of activities and sightseeing tours that will be loved by all.

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