Rajasthan Holiday Packages
Our Rajasthan tour packages give you an opportunity to time travel and relish the magical expanse of Royal Rajasthan. You wouldn’t stop yourself from living every moment twice on your Rajasthan trip with your family and friends. After all, it is not just a state, and it is the pride of India. You can explore the charm of the bygone era and also enjoy the joy in the voice of people who say ‘Padharo Mhare Desh.’
During the Rajasthan tour, you will explore the enchanting beauty of glistening lakes, ancient forts, unexplored Havelis, and the massive Thar Desert. We offer Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Bangalore, Kerala, and other famous cities of India.
One can also customize the Rajasthan tour with us, and we have options of meticulously crafted itineraries that are being designed by the experts. Book the best Rajasthan tour packages with us and get the best discounts to explore the land of Maharajas with opulent hospitality and graciousness. You will also be provided with swift transfers, sightseeing, delicious meals, and comfortable accommodations for pleasurable vacations.
Our collection of tastefully designed Rajasthan Tour packages are attractively created to suit every kind of traveler who wishes to delight in the rich cultural and historical heritage of Rajasthan. Be there with a family trip, romantic honeymoon, or for an adventure voyage, and you will be in wonder of the options. Every visit to this amazing state will give you wonderful memories.
Renowned for architectural wonders, rich cultural heritage, wildlife sanctuaries, and vibrant surroundings, Rajasthan is located amidst the vast desert. This magical land is synonymous with romance and chivalry. It is a culturally rich state and popular for heart-warming hospitality, luxurious stays, and unforgettable experiences. It is an amazing place to get glimpses of the royal bygone era and reliving tales of kings and queens, valiant warriors, and grandeur with a stay at one of the heritage hotels in Rajasthan.
The glorious history of Rajasthan attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. The princely state of Rajasthan was the seat of the Rajput Rulers. Jaipur is the capital of the state and home to amazing tourist places. The cultural opulence, scrumptious cuisines, traditional attire, festivals, and folk dances of Rajasthan offer unforgettable experiences.
Clothing: The traditional attire for women in Rajasthan is ghagra, choli (also called kanchli or kurti), and odhni. The embroidered and pleated skirts (or ghagra) come in a variety of colors, prints, and fabrics, such as silk, cotton, georgette, and crêpe. To impart royal elegance to the dresses the antique borders and Jaipuri Gota-Patti work are incorporated into the ghagra and choli. The traditional outfit for Rajasthani men is dhoti and angarkha, or pajama-kurta.
Food: Rajasthan is an exotic destination to satiate your taste buds. The signature dish of Rajasthan is Dal Baati Churma. Other popular dishes of the states are Gatte ki sabzi, Ker Sangri, Laal maans, Papad ki sabzi, Raab, Bajre ki roti with lehsun chutney, and onion kachori. In a sweet dish, Ghewar is a distinctive culinary treat for everyone.
Folk Dance and Music: Rajasthan has many forms of folk dances, which are popular all around the globe. Among all Rajasthani folk dances Ghoomar, Kathputli (puppet), and Kalbeli are the most famous. Folk songs are mostly related to heroic deeds and love stories, religious and devotional songs.
Festivals: Some of the famous festivals of Rajasthan, which cannot be missed are International Folk Festival (Jodhpur), Pushkar Camel Fair, Teej Festival (Jaipur), Desert Festival, Braj Holi (Bharatpur), and Udaipur Mewar Festival. Other popular festivals are the Summer and Winter Festival (Mount Abu), which attracts a large number of locals and tourists.
Places to Visit in Rajasthan
From hill stations to deserts and from historical monuments to breathtaking vistas, Rajasthan is blessed with a plethora of tourist destinations. Here is the list of popular places to visit in Rajasthan:
Things to do in Rajasthan
Rajasthan is an amazing blend of vibrant culture and unparalleled tourist destination. There is no dearth of things to do and activities to involve in Rajasthan. Here is the list of best things to do in Rajasthan, which one should not miss out on during the visit.
Jeep Safari at Ranthambore National Park
Night cycling tour in Jaipur
Camel Safari in Pushkar
Boat Ride in Udaipur
Bishnoi Village Safari
Camping at Sand Dunes in Jaisalmer
Paragliding in Jodhpur
Flying Fox and heritage tour in Jodhpur
Jeep Safari at Sariska National Park
Best Time to Visit Rajasthan
The winter season is the best time to visit Rajasthan. From October to February, the weather conditions in Rajasthan remain pleasant and perfect for the sightseeing tour. The temperature remains moderate throughout the day and makes his season ideal for outdoor activities. You can also enjoy the adventure activities. In the monsoon region, the region receives some amount of rainfall and in the summer season, Rajasthan experiences extremely high temperatures. Here is detailed information about the best time to visit Rajasthan and things to do in different seasons.
Winter (October to February)
In the winter season, the temperature hovers between 2°C to 33°C. During the peak winter season, the nighttime temperature sometimes drops below zero. The winter season is considered to be the best time to visit Rajasthan as the days are pleasant and deserts are not too hot to enjoy the outdoor activities. You can camp in the desert and enjoy the camel safari. Also, it is an ideal time to enjoy a jeep safari in the national parks and indulge in adventure activities.
Some of the popular festivals of Rajasthan also held in this season such as Abhaneri Festival, Rajasthan Kabir Yatra, Chandrabhaga Fair, Bundi Festival, Pushkar Fair, the Kolayat Fair, and the Marwar Festival are celebrated in winters. One can also enjoy the Winter Festival of Mount Abu, Ranakpur Festival, Kumbhalgarh Festival. Camel Festival and Desert Festival are other popular festivals of Rajasthan that are held in the winter season.
Monsoon Season (July to September)
July marks the beginning of the monsoon season and it goes on in Rajasthan until early September. Temperature drops, humidity level increases, and most of Rajasthan receives moderate to heavy rainfall. The rain transforms the dry landscape of Rajasthan into a beautiful green carpet and adds charm to the beauty. Teej festival is one of the popular festivals of Rajasthan, which falls in the monsoon season.
Summer Season (March to June)
In Rajasthan, the summer season starts in March and lasts until June. This season is quite extreme as the temperature goes up to 48°C. It is better to avoid visiting the cities in this season. However, there are some places in Rajasthan that experience calm and pleasant weather such as Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, and Ranakpur where the temperature ranges between 24°C to 33°C. Gangaur Festival, Mewar Festival, and Summer Festival in Mount Abu are some popular festivals where you can witness the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan.