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Visit the dignified land of maharajas with Rajasthan tour packages. Make your holidays royal by exploring the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan.

Famous for its historical forts, palaces, art, and culture, Rajasthan is among the most visited destinations of India. Exploring this State is a unique experience, enhanced with Rajasthan tour packages. Located in the north western part of India, Rajasthan is a geographically diverse state that fascinates its tourists.

From sand dunes, safaris, grand structures, and wildlife to hill station, lakes, and temples, the state has something for every visitor. With Rajasthan packages, travellers can enjoy the best of both the world. One can indulge in adventurous activities like camel safari, quad biking, wildlife safari, camping, and hot air balloon rides and savour the taste of thrill. Apart from this, a visit to the top temples, palaces, forts, and other historical sites will allow one to peep into the glorious and intriguing history of Rajasthan. All in all, your Rajasthan trip is sure to be a memorable one if you opt for these amazing packages.

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Explore 10 Best Destinations in Rajasthan Tour Packages

For kids, the state offers a host of attractions such as Camel Safari, Desert Safari, Jeep Safari, adventure desert camp stay, puppet shows, an elephant ride. With Rajasthan holiday packages, explore these attractions with your family. Rajasthan also caters to the specific requirements of seniors. They can delight in attractions like folk dances, cultural trips, architectural marvels, and a host of religious places. Needless to say, there is something for everyone in Rajasthan that enhances their vacation delight. Rajasthan tourism packages take travelers to this land of colors, highlighted by golden stretches of sand. Such tour packages for Rajasthan can ensure a great vacation for families, friends as well as couples. Out west, the Thar Desert in Jaisalmer and Jodhpur allows a wide range of outdoor thrills such as desert camping, desert safaris, dune bashing, and more. Each city in Rajasthan emit it’s unique charm that makes it different from the other one. From thrilling activities to amazing sightseeing experiences to marvelous culinary experiences, your Rajasthan tour would a connection of all the joys that you’re seeking. Here the top tourist sites in Rajasthan that allows you to witness the best of this Rajputana Land. Don’t forget to add them to your itinerary.

1. Udaipur

  • What’s Special: Handicrafts, Palaces, Heritage, Lakes
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: City Palace, Lake Pichola, Ropeway, Jagmandir, Lake Palace
  • Distance From City: 0 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

Dubbed as the City of Lakes and the Venice of the East, Udaipur is famous for its scenic natural beauty and rich history of the Mewar Kingdom. Boating in Pichola Lake, a morning walk along the Fatehsagar Lake, an exciting drive to Monsoon Palace, and shopping in Hathipole are some of the best experiences in Udaipur. Tourists can also plan a visit to nearby attractions such as Jaisamand Lake, EklingJi Temple, Ranakpur Temples, and Kumbhalgarh Fort with Rajasthan tour plan. Located about 5 hours from Udaipur, the hill station of Mount Abu in Rajasthan is popular for its gorgeous views of the Aravali range.

2. Jaipur

  • What’s Special: Forts, Heritage, Shopping Markets
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Palace, Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort
  • Distance From City: 0 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

The state capital and the Pink City, Jaipur lies in the heartland of Rajasthan. Famous for royal palaces and bustling markets within it’s Old City, Jaipur attracts a vast number of tourists from October to March. Travelers can catch amazing views of the city from Nahargarh Fort, enjoy elephant rides at Amer Fort, sample traditional food in ChokhiDhani, and shop for jewelry in Johri Market to make the most of their trip. So, without worrying about Rajasthan trip cost, plan a visit to Jaipur and witness the best of Kingly Land.

3. Jaisalmer

  • What’s Special: Desert Safari, Forts, Havelis, Culture
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Jaisalmer Fort, Desert Safari, Jain Temples, Kuldhara Village, Desert National Park
  • Distance From City: 0 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

An oasis in the heart of the Thar Desert, the Golden City of Jaisalmer is famous for its sandstone buildings, carved Havelis, and unique culture of the Marwar region. From camping and camel safari in Sam Sand Dunes to boating in Gadisar Lake, tourists can indulge in thrilling experiences with Rajasthan tours package. Watching puppet shows, paying homage to soldiers at Longewala, and eating Rajasthani cuisine are the best things to do in Jaisalmer.

4. Jodhpur

  • What’s Special: Forts, Temples, Blue Houses
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort and Museum
  • Distance From City: 0 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

Get ready to have an amazing experience while booking our all-inclusive Rajasthan trip packages as it takes you on a tour of Mewar’s new capital, called Jodhpur. Also known as the Sun City, this region of western Rajasthan houses an old-walled city, palaces, and magnificent hill forts that conclude a wonderful journey for everyone.

5. Pushkar

  • What’s Special: Ghats, Temples
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Pushkar Lake, Savitri Mata Temple, Rangji Temple, Brahmaji Temple
  • Distance From City: 32 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

Located in Ajmer district of Rajasthan, this holy city is one of the best pilgrimage places to explore in India. Grab our Rajasthan tour package from Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, and other cities of India, and head towards this amazing town nestled at the shores of Pushkar Lake. Explore its various temples, and dive in its sacred ghats for a soothing experience. What’s more? As a tourist book, one of our Rajasthan travel packages with an itinerary of Camel Fair included in it, the five day fair offers them a chance to experience the folk music, dance, camel races, and a lot more that make the whole journey even more enticing.

6. Sawai Madhopur

  • What’s Special: Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary, Temple
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Ranthambore National Park, Khandar Fort, Chauth Mata Temple, Ranthambore Fort
  • Distance From City: 0 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

The city was founded in 1763 by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh. At present, the city has become one of the most favorite tourist destinations. The place is known for Ranthambore National Park and the key inhabitants of the park are the tigers. One can find a wide variety of flora and fauna inside the national park. The park has also been declared as the UNESCO world heritage site. Many people come here to enjoy jungle safari, birdwatching, and great photography. Sawai Madhopur is also popular for Ranthambore Palace which was built in the 10th century. The fort is also declared as a UNESCO world heritage site. People come here to get a glimpse of history and different battles fought here. The fort is situated in the heart of Ranthambore National Park.

7. Mount Abu

  • What’s Special: Aravalli Mountain Range, Temples
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Toad Rock, Nakki Lake, Sunset Point, Dilwara Temples, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Guru Shikhar
  • Distance From City: 0 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

Positioned in the Aravalli Range, Mount Abu is renowned for utsDilwara Jain temples that travelers from far and wide come to see. Apart from this, the destination takes pride in its lush green forests, lakes, waterfalls, and rivers. If you want to experience the vibe of hill stations in Rajasthan, then Mount Abu is the place to go. It has amazing weather throughout the year and also various adventurous activities can be enjoyed at Mount Abu. So, while opting for the tour packages for Rajasthan, don’t forget to plan a visit to this majestic hill station.

8. Ranthambore

  • What’s Special: Forts, Wildlife
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Ranthambore Fort, Surwal Lake, Kachida Valley, Trinetra Ganesh Temple
  • Distance From City: 15 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

Ranthambore is a place for animal lovers and photography enthusiasts. You will find an exotic variety of animals here and also a great variety of flora species. Besides the Tiger Reserve and National Park, there are other places as well which will make your trip an interesting one.

9. Sariska

  • What’s Special: Wildlife, Rocky Landscape, Dry Deciduous forest
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Sariska National Tiger Reserve, Kalighati, Bhangarh Fort, Siliserh Lake
  • Distance From City: 15 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

Sariska is not only famous for a variety of animal and plant species but also for other places as well. It will give you a rustic vibe being here and we are sure you will love the time spent here in Sariska.

10. Bikaner

  • What’s Special: Forts, Palaces, Food
  • Nearby Attractions: NA
  • Timings: 24x7
  • Major Attractions: Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Lalgarh Palace, Gajner Palace and Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Distance From City: 0 km
  • Transportation Options: Train, bus, cab, taxi
     

Bikaner is one of the most culturally rich cities in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The city has some great variety of Rajasthani snacks to offer apart from various heritage sites.

Best Rajasthan Tour Packages from Top Cities of India

The Rajasthan tour package prices are according to the budget of travelers of all kinds. From the cheapest to the most luxurious ones, you can find various kinds of packages.

How to Reach Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is a land of rich heritage, culture, and history. Witness the true royalty by exploring grand palaces and forts. The state is very well connected by air, rail, and road. So, if you are planning to go on Rajasthan trip packages, here is a detailed guide which will help you find the best mode of transportation.

By Air

Rajasthan has one International airport in Jaipur - Jaipur International Airport which is connected to Middle Eastern countries, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, and also to the major Indian cities. So grab Rajasthan tourism packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Pune and other top cities in India. There are about 5 domestic airports in Rajasthan which are Maharana Pratap Airport in Udaipur, Jodhpur Airport, Kota Airport, Jaisalmer Airport, and Nal Airport in Bikaner. The International airlines operating from Rajasthan are Oman Air, Jet Airways, and Air India. A few of the domestic airlines operating are IndiGo, Go Air, Air India, Air Deccan, Jet Airways, Kingfisher, and SpiceJet.

By Train

Rajasthan is easily accessible by rail and the major railway stations are in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur, Ajmer, Kota, and Bikaner. Most of these stations are well-connected to major Indian cities.

There are many luxurious trains in Rajasthan such as the Palace of Wheels, Maharajas Express, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, and The Indian Maharaja-Deccan Odyssey. Avail tour packages for Rajasthan to witness these luxurious trains. Railways are another great option to travel comfortably within the State. Palace on Wheels is an extremely luxurious option to explore the interiors of the Rajputana through a week-long train ride.

By Road

Rajasthan is well-connected by road and has twenty national highways. NH8 is the most traveled highway it connects Delhi, Udaipur, Jaipur, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and other small and major cities. With well-constructed roads and vast expanses of eye-catching landscapes, Rajasthan is a mesmeric destination for road trips. Road trips in Rajasthan are among the much-loved activities that tourists indulge in during their trip. Exploring the State while meandering through its smooth roads is an exceptional experience to cherish. To travel around in the State conveniently there are several State Transport buses that ply regularly between cities and towns. Travelers can also hire jeeps and cars to travel around.

How To Travel Around & Explore The State?

With well-constructed roads and vast expanses of eye-catching landscapes, Rajasthan is a mesmeric destination for road trips. Road trips in Rajasthan are among the much loved activities that tourists indulge in during their trip. Exploring the State while meandering through its smooth roads is an exceptional experience to cherish.

To travel around in the State conveniently there are several State Transport buses that ply regularly between cities and towns. Travelers can also hire jeeps and cars to travel around. Railways are other option to travel comfortably within the State. Palace on Wheels is an extremely luxurious option to explore the interiors of the Rajputana through a week long train ride.

What is the Best Time to Visit Rajasthan?

The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February. These months have the most pleasant weather. It is noteworthy that December and January in arid areas are bitterly cold. Summers are to be avoided i.e., from April to August as it is scorching hot in many parts of the State. However, festivals celebrated in various parts of the State in different seasons attract travelers. Charm of the State can be enjoyed throughout the year. Depending on the weather and local festivals, the best time to visit Rajasthan varies as per the particular destination.

Winter Season

The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February when the temperature during the night is considerably low and the temperature during the day is moderately low, thus offering a pleasant experience. You will also get to witness some colorful festivities as most of the festivals in Rajasthan are also organized during this period. Winter, from November through February, remains the best season to visit Rajasthan. There are some fairs and festivals in Rajasthan in December, for instance, Shilpgram Festival in Udaipur.

Monsoon Season

During monsoon season, Rajasthan in August can be a pretty sight; especially when the hills of Aravali are greener and hill stations have idyllic weather. Mount Abu, Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh, and Kota are popular places to visit even in the monsoon season. You can easily plan a visit to the desert during this period as the days are not too hot and the night temperatures are quite cool. This desert state has varying seasons that create different experiences for various kinds of travelers.

Summer Season

Beginning with the summer season, you will get to face the scorching sun, while winters are extremely cold, and the monsoons will leave you drenched. If you are planning to visit Rajasthan during June, the best place you can go would be the hill station Mount Abu as the temperature is not too cold during this time and is thus ideal for sightseeing.

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