Rajasthan Tour Packages

    About Rajasthan

    With its vast expanses of sand sea and majestic forts and palaces that overlook shimmering lakes, Rajasthan is a land of regency, hospitality and breathtaking experiences. Formerly known as Rajputana, or the Land of Princes, it's historic landmarks and fortresses are reminiscent of the brave warriors who have earned this state its acclaim. Book your favourite from one of our several Rajasthan tour packages to experience the state's rich cultural heritage.

    There is more to Rajasthan than the sun and sand let on – the Ranthambore jungle is known as the most reliable place in Asia to spot wild tigers, while the carved marble temples at Mt Abu are a sight for city-weary eyes. Rajasthan is best described as a land of stark contrasts, where extravagant luxury in the form of India’s best-known palace hotels is just as expected as the quaint villages and old world marketplaces. Our Rajasthan tour packages have been specifically designed to give you an insight into these contrasts.

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    Rajasthan is a state that allows you to live like royalty, capture the romance of a bygone era and partake in a host of local activities. Whether you’re planning your honeymoon in Rajasthan or eager to set off on a bohemian holiday, make sure to first check out our range of Rajasthan tour packages to find an option that best suits your requirements.

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    Culturally entrenched Rajasthanis have a swagger that is hard to miss. Colourful attires, vibrant streets, boastful moustaches, uncanny dances and elaborate crafts offer experiences that are unparalleled. Every corner of Rajasthan offers you a unique taste. Dal bati, laal maas, ker sangri, gatte ki khichdi, kachori, namkeen, mohanthaal, ghevar - the drool list is as long as the province itself.

    Best time to visit Rajasthan

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      The best time to visit Rajasthan is in the winter season, when the state experiences summer that is relatively less harsh. Considering the ease of travel for tourists, October to March is the time when most of the desert festivals are planned. However, if Mt. Abu is on your mind, then visiting between May and July provides rewarding views of green-dotted hills.

      Do bear in mind that since Rajasthan is primarily a desert state, it experiences extreme climatic conditions. With hot days and cold nights, you’d have to prepare yourself for both the seasons.

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