Rajasthan, the royal kingdom of the gallant Rajputs is a treasure of rich Indian culture; located at the heart of the Thar Desert, this Indian state is mysterious and colourful. Rajasthan tour packages help you explore this gem of incredible India.
With its pink hued buildings, palatial palaces and mighty forts, Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan is the first stop in the Rajasthan tour packages.
As you ride through the twisted hills to reach the Amer Fort on a decked up elephant, you feel no less than a king. With its grand gateways and intricate designs, Amber Fort exhibits a blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture.
Hawa Mahal with its 983 balconies and windows reflect the amazing mastery of the artisans. While this five storied building narrates the lifestyle of the royal women, the museum of the palace showcases the belongings and antiques of the clan.
The City Palace is stunning with its exquisite architecture and also gifts you a bird’s eye view of the complete city of Jaipur. Visit the palace museum to check out the invaluable craftsmanship of the state.
Jantar Mantar, one of the largest observatories of the world was a passionate approach of the Rajputs towards science and technology. The observatory still has the largest sun dial of the globe, besides the geometric devices.
Jaipur is also the place to decorate your hands with beautiful mehendi designs, fill your bags with boutique printed apparels and leather shoes. The Rajasthan tour packages are made to entertain your evenings with folk dance and song program.
Udaipur- The Lake City
Udaipur is an oasis at the arid land of Rajasthan and a must visit destination of Rajasthan tour packages. The City Palace located at the banks of Lake Pichola is a unique group of 11 palaces, with wonderful hanging gardens, terraces and pavilions. A blend of European, Mughal and Rajput architecture, the palace interiors are adorned with wall paintings and antiques.
Step into a land of history at Bagore ki Haveli. The ancient jewellery boxes, hand fans, copper vessels available here along with the amazing architectural efficacy of hundreds of rooms of the palace is worth a visit.
Lake Pichola is a wonder in itself; the banks of this man made water body are dotted with numerous palaces and bathing ghats. Tourists can seek respite from the scorching heat of Rajasthan enjoying evening boat cruises over the crystalline waters of the Lake.
The Lake Palace, built in the 18th century at the heart of the Lake is an amazing piece of architecture. As water ripples around and the cool breeze touches you, life seems to be eternal.
Jodhpur- The Sun City
Jodhpur is a must visit to check out the rustic life of real Rajasthan. Located at the edge of the Thar Desert, you have an opportunity to ride on camels on the warm sands and enjoy a night camp at the Sam Sand Dunes, under the star lit sky.
The sight of Jaswant Thada, encircled by a multilevel garden is charming as the sun rays reflect over the white marble structure; the interiors of the building are adorned with portraits of the Rathore rulers.
Last but not the least; Rajasthan cuisines are as vivid as its culture. From the spicy lal maas to the vegetable dish of kher sangria, from the sweet daal bati churma to the crispy namkeens, you have lot to taste.