Rajasthan Tour


Travel Rajasthan

Rajasthan Tour is one of the most enticing trips in India. We arrange Rajasthan Tour for overseas tourists in India. Rajasthan India Trip is known for its forts and palaces, culture and colours. Tourist season in Rajasthan starts from October and ends in February every year. Our Rajasthan Tour includes every facet of this colourful destination in India. Rajasthan Tour includes visit to forts and palaces, elephant ride, desert safari, camel rides in desert and much more.

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Rajasthan Heritage & Culture Trip 

During Rajasthan India Trip you will find that distances between cities are usually long and transportation is relatively slow. The ideal time to visit Rajasthan requires eighteen days. Travellers who have limited time to spare then they are recommended to fly Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur and then excursions from each city. You may book Rajasthan India Trip from any reputed travel agency in India that will be added advantage to you since they may avail you suitable hotels, transportation and guides etc at per your requirement that will save your time and energy considerably.

If you have 3 Days: You may fly into Udaipur and spend the day wandering the narrow, hilly lanes of the old city and visting huge City Palace. That evening take a boat ride on Lake Pichola or cab upto Monsoon Palace at sunset. If you can, stay at Lake Palace Hotel, smack in the middle of the lake. The next day fly to Jaipur and explore the pink city. Take a taxi out of town of the Amer Fort and Palace, then spend the night in one of Jaipur’s heritage hotels. On your third day, hire a car and driver to explore Shekhavati, stopping in villages such as Jhunjhunu and Mandawa to see the lovely havelis, some with magnificent frescoes. Treat yourself to a meal at one of the Heritage Hotels. From here you can easily drive to Delhi.

If you have 6 days: As on the three-day itinerary, fly into Udaipur and spend a day and a night here. Try to pop outside the city to the crafts village of Shilpgram. The next day, drive northwest to the Jain temple at Ranakpur, and spend a few hours exploring the temple and the surrounding countryside. Continue on to Jodhpur and spend the night in one of the city’splendid hotels. Head up to the fort the next morning, then spend the day exploring Jodhpur City. Take the overnight train to Jaisalmer and spend Day 4 and the following night here. The morning of Day 5, embark on a half-day camel trek. Return to Jaisalmer in time for dinner and the overnight train back to Jodhpur. On your last day, fly to Jaipur to see the Amer Fort and Palace and the delightfully pink city.

If you have 10 days: Spend your first day exploring Jaipur. After a night in one of Jaipur’s luxurious hotels, hire a car, and leave early for a trip to one of Rajasthan’s wildlife parks. Bharatpur, on the eastern edge of the state, is one of the finest bird sanctuaries in India; if you prefer tigers, head to Ranthambhore National Park. Spend the afternoon in the great outdoors and the night at a park lodge, and then venture out early the following morning to watch the animals as they wake. Leave the park on Day 3 for Shekhavati (it’s a long, approximately 300 km (185 mi) drive from Bharatpur or Ranthambhore to the heart of Shekhavati). Spend your third night at one of the Heritage Hotels in this region, and drive back to Jaipur on Day 4.

From Jaipur, fly to Jaisalmer and consider devoting Days 5 and 6 to a camel safari, which means you’ll be sleeping in the desert those two nights. Fly or take the overnight train to Jodhpur for Day 7. Fly the next morning to Udaipur, and splurge on one of the city’s magical hotels for your last two nights here. If you like temple architecture, make a detour to the Jain temples at Ranakpur and Mount Abu or the Hindu temples at Nathdwara Leave Rajasthan on Day 10. This is a crowded schedule, but you’ll get to see most of Rajasthan’s highlights.

Tourists City Briefs

JAIPUR : It is an important tourist city of India. It is also known as the Pink City since most of the buildings of this city are painted in pink color in 1853, when the Prince of Wales visited Jaipur during the regime of Sawai Ram Singh. This colorful tourist city of India is visited by millions of international tourists annually from the world over. This city has a 300 yrs old history and legacy of erstwhile Rajput Hindu rulers.

Jaipur Sightseeing Highlights

  • Forts and Palaces that include Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort and City Palace.
  • Archaeological wonders like Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal and Jal Mahal Palace.
  • Historical artifacts at the Museums comprising Albert Hall, City Palace Museum and Doll’s Museum.
  • Beautiful gardens as Jai Niwas Garden, Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh, Kanak Vrindavan Garden, Vidyadhar Garden and Ram Bagh Niwas etc.
  • Temples such as Birla Temple, Galtaji Temple, Govind Devji Temple and Moti Doongri Temple.
  • Birla Planetarium and Gaitore Chattris.

JODHPUR : This desert city of Jodhpur is situated at the edge of Thar Desert. You may see the beauty of the forts and palaces, havelis, monuments, temples, cenotaphs and trips in Thar Desert on the back of the camel.

Jodhpur Sightseeing Highlights

Mehrangarh Fort: Rao Jodha constructed this 125-meter high magnificent fort in 1459. You can see the cenotaph Chattri of Kiratsingh Sodha, Jayapol, Fatehpol, Lohapol, Phool mahal, Zhanki mahal, moti mahal and the museum with interesting artifacts.

Jaswant Thada: It is a white marble memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The royal crematorium and three cenotaphs follow the cenotaph built in 1899. There is beautiful latticework over the wooden doors and windows.

Umaid Bhawan Palace: It is built in marble and pink sandstone; this huge palace is also known as Chittar Palace. It was begun in 1929 and designed by the President of British Royal Institute. The museum at the palace houses an assortment of beautifully crafted weapons, stuffed leopards, clock collections and Chinese urns.

Clock Tower: It is an important landmark of Jodhpur and a wonderful place to ramble around.

UDAIPUR : This romantic city has many synonyms as city of Lakes, The Land of Dawn and “Venice of East” etc. you may enjoy the rich heritage of performing arts, painting and crafts along with majestic forts and palaces, lakes, temples and gardens etc.

Udaipur Sightseeing Highlights

Lake Palace: It is Maharana Jagat Singh II built an imposing fort, also known as Jag Niwas, in 1754. The spectacular palace located on lake Pichola.

City Palace: It is one of the largest palace complexes of India. The palace complex has eleven spellbounding palaces, offering a splendid view of the lake and the city.

Jag Mandir: It is another island palace on Lake Pichola. King Karan Singh built the palace in 1615 A.D. The scupltures of giant elephants and cenotaphs add to the charm of the palace.

Monsoon Palace / Sajjan garh Palace: It is the heritage palace built by by king Sajjan Singh. This Monsoon Palace renders a panoramic view of the lakes, palaces and the city. The fort was an observatory to watch the advancement of the monsoon clouds. There is a small fish shaped hill that is called Ekling Garh or Machla Magra.

Saheliyon-Ki- Bari: It was built in 18th century; this garden was retreat for the ladies of royal families. Lotus pool, fountains (in the shape of birds), lush green lawns, flowerbeds, and marble pavilions, are a delight for tourists.

Jagdish Temple: Maharana Jagat Singh built this largest and most beautiful temple in Udaipur dedicated to Lord Vishnu in 1651 A.D. It is an architectural marvel.

Fateh Sagar: It is located close to Sahelyion ki Bari, a famous beautiful lake, built by Maharana Fateh Singh in 1678.

Gualb Bagh: It is a huge garden cosists an area of 100 acres. You can see the beautiful e garden with flowerbeds and zoo. The museum has eloborate collection of antiques and curios.

Nehru Park: It is the oval shaped island named after the first Prime Minister of India – Jawaharlal Nehru. It was inaugurated on the birth anniversary of of Nehru on 14th November 1967.

JAISALMER : The Rajput king Rawal Jaisal founded the Golden City of Jaisalmer in 1156 A.D. This desert city is best described with its forts, havelis, sand dunes and camel rides. A city of remarkable history, rich cultural heritage, life style, exciting desert trails and vibrant fairs and festivals is a favorite tourist destination.

Jaisalmer Sightseeing Highlights

Jaisalmer Fort: Jaisala built this magnificient fort in 1156 over the Trikuta Hills.

Jain Temples: There are seven beautiful carved Jain temples in the fort, built during 12th and 15th century.

Laxminath Temple: It is a Hindu temple located in the center of the fort consists of some interesting paintings.

Rajmahal: You can see only the part of this beautiful palace. The view of city form atop the palace is awesome.

Havelis: There are very beautiful havelis in Jaisalmer, which show the royal lifestyle of Rajput kings. Famous Havelis include Patwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli and Nathmal ki Haveli etc.

Museums: There are Desert Culture Center and Museum and Government’s Museum. You can see preserved articles including religious sculptures, ancient scripts, puppets, textiles and coins etc.

BHARATPUR : The city consists famous Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary or the Keoladeo Ghana National Park that is the World Heritage Site also. You may see migratory and non-migratory birds at the park that is one of the most favorite things to do in Bharatpur.  You can also enjoy Cycling around the park, Boating in the Bharatpur Lake, walking trips in the National Park and exploring the park on a rickshaw ride. The city also has some traces of its rich historical heritage.

Bharatpur Sightseeing Highlights

Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary: This is the greatest attraction of the city. There are 354 species of birds in this sanctuary. It is the best place for bird watchers. The tourists can watch migatory birds in winters.

Lohagarh: Lohararh literally means Iron Fort. A Jat ruler, Suraj Mal, built the fort in 18th century. It stands firm even after several attempts of invasion and attack in history. In Government Museum you can see 7th century carvings of Shiva, Parvati and Natraj apart from old photographs of the king and his family.

Ganga Temple: This temple dedicated to Goddess Ganga. The temple construction was started by Maharaja Balwant Singh in 1845, but was completed by by Maharaja Brijendra Sawai in 1937. The two-storied structure built of sandstone and chequered floors are uniquely painted in black and white.

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