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of the largest states of India, Rajasthan lies to the north west of India.
Rajasthan is regarded as an absolute paradise for tourists. The landscape of
Rajasthan is dotted with numerous forts, palaces and other historical
monuments, coupled with idyllic blue lakes, temples, and fortresses. The
state also has a rich culture and traditions, which adds to the charm of the
state. Always in the list of the tourist itineraries, Rajasthan is one place
in India which has everything for almost every traveler coming to the state.
The colorful cities, the enthralling festivals, abundant wildlife, endless
sand dunes, the swaying camels, the buzzing streets, the chaotic bazaars,
the arid landscape finely blended with the glorious past makes Rajasthan the
most selected destination in the tourist map of India.
» Sightseeing :
||Things You Can Do
in Rajasthan ?
Rajasthan stores a wide
variety of attractions for tourists. There are numerous forts and palaces in
this royal land speaking volumes of its past glory. Almost all the cities
have a royal past, which are quite evident in their forts & palaces.
Rajasthan is rich in its wildlife resource, something which you should not
» Shopping :
The best buys of Rajasthan are the
handloom and handicraft items of the place which are available in al the
places of tourism interest. Some of the must buys are - tie & dye
fabrics, Rajasthani quilt, Jodhpuri jooties, precious and semi precious
stones and jewelry, terracotta items, Rajasthani paintings, antique
furnitures, etc. The best places to shop in Rajasthan are - Jaipur, Jodhpur
» Eating Out :
Rajasthani cuisine, which you will
find almost everywhere is too spicy and are mostly made of dry lentils. You
can also find other Indian, Chinese and continental cuisines in various good
quality hotels and restaurants of Rajasthan. mainly located in the cities.
» Camel Safari :
This is something which you should
not miss. The camel safari of Rajasthan will take you to a completely
different world. The safaris is available at Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner.
Cities of Rajasthan :
every city of Rajasthan stores some attraction or the other. The cities that
attract tourists in large numbers are the pink city of Jaipur, Jodhpur,
Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Bikaner, Ajmer, Mount Abu, Bharatpur and Ranthambore.
The attractions range from forts and palaces to temples to wildlife
sanctuaries to the desert.
» Forts and
Palaces of Rajasthan :
The landscape of Rajasthan is dotted with
numerous forts and palaces. Built over different periods of time in history,
they are all architectural masterpieces and a must-see for all tourists. The
forts and palaces of the place include Hawa Mahal, Vijay Stambh, Jaisalmer
Fort, Junagarh Fort, Jaipur City Palace, Udaipur City Palace, Lalgarh
Palace, Bundi Fort, Mehrangarh Fort and Neemrana Fort.
Sanctuaries of Rajasthan :
Rajasthan is also a state that boasts
of a wide variety of flora and fauna. The wildlife sanctuaries of the state
are the natural habitat of many different bird and animal species. The
wildlife sanctuaries of the place are Ranthambore National Park, Sariska,
Bhensrod Garh, Darrah, Jaisamand, Keoladeo
and Kumbhalgarh sanctuaries.
» Fairs &
Festivals of Rajasthan :
Rajasthan is a state with a rich culture
and tradition. Several cultures and traditions gave birth to numerous fairs
& festivals, which are celebrated at different times of the year. The
major fairs & festivals of the state include the Pushkar Fair, Gangaur
festival, Marwar festival, Teej festival, Mewar festival, Desert festival,
Elephant festival and Urs at Ajmer Sharif.
» Desert Safari
- Camel Safari :
A desert safari is the best way to explore the
vastness of Rajasthan Thar desert and experience desert life from close
quarters. The safaris are undertaken in jeeps, camels and horses. Camel
safaris are the most popular of them all. The safaris are arranged in such a
way that tourists also get a chance to interact with the local population
and enjoy their dances and music. The main safari routes are Jaisalmer,
Jodhpur, Bikaner and Pushkar.
» Palace on
The Palace on Wheels is one of the ten most luxurious
trains in the world and a great innovation on the part of Indian railways to
attract tourists. The train has 14 air conditioned coaches named after the
former Rajput states.
» Desert Safari
In the far west of Rajasthan is Thar desert, one of the hottest places
on earth. To experience the total silence of the desert and witness the
tough but unique life of the people that reside in the nearby villages and
towns, opting for a desert safari is the most suitable option.
state of Rajasthan is encircled by many states and some of the important
ones are Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana. Some of the major attractions
one should not miss are - Khajuraho, Agra, Delhi, Gir National Park,
||Most Ideal Time to
Visit Rajasthan ?
The climate of Rajasthan greatly varies throughout the state. The
southern part of Rajasthan is more hilly, wetter and fertile as compared to
the western part of the state. On average winter temperatures range from 8°
to 28° C (46° to 82° F) and summer temperatures range from 25°
to 46° C (77° to 115° F). Average rainfall also varies;the
western deserts accumulate about 100 mm (about 4 in) annually, while the
southeastern part of the state receives 650 mm (26 in) annually, most of
which falls from July through September during the monsoon season.
The best time to travel to Rajasthan is during the winter which extends
from December to March.
» By Air :
||Getting There ?
Rajasthan is well connected by
air with almost all the major cities of India. A number of airlines both,
government as well as private have regular flights connecting the state to
rest of the India. The four airports of the state are, Sanganer in Jaipur,
Jaisalmer, Udaipur, and Kota. Recently an international airport has also
started operating from Jaipur, which links Rajasthan to several
» By Rail :
Rajasthan is well connected with the
rest of India through a good railway network. Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur,
Jaisalmer, Kota and Bikaner are the major railway junctions which connect
Rajasthan to the rest of the country.
» By Road :
National highways no. 3, 8, 11, 11A,
12, 14, 15, 65, 76, 79, 89 and 90 in Rajasthan connect it to various cities
within and around the state. Buses operate regularly from Delhi to various
parts of Rajasthan. There are also bus services from neighboring states.
» Private Vehicles :
You can contact us for this,
as we are well established with an extensive number of cars and coaches
(ranging from luxury to budget and between) for the tourists from all over.
is the most colorful region in India portraying splendor and royalty in
every aspect of life. It is called as "a land of valiance and chivalry,
which is endowed with invincible forts, magnificent palaces, waves of sand
dunes and serene lakes. There is a remarkable diversity in all of its forms-
its people, culture, customs, costumes, cuisine, dialects and rustic music.
Millions of tourists visit this state every year and are overwhelmed by its
colorful atmosphere and never fading glory.
Rajasthan is accessible by various means of transport. There are both
international and domestic airports in the state. Jaipur has both
international and domestic airport terminals, serving both international and
domestic tourists. Jaipur is the main airport to enter Rajasthan. Serviced
by all the domestic airlines of India, Jaipur has connections to Delhi,
Mumbai, Udaipur, Aurangabad, Jodhpur and few more cities in India. Other
major domestic airports are in Udaipur and Jodhpur.
The state also has a well defined network of railways, which connects the
state to several parts of the country. The Road transport is no less better
here. A good number of Government and private buses ply to the state
connecting it with nearby places of interest.
But, if you want to make your travel most comfortable with personalized
services on board, then just contact us before starting your journey to
Rajasthan. Our fleet of vehicle at Jaipur office are well equipped with all
the facilities to make your travel one of the most memorable. We will make
your travel stressless and hassle free.
Rajasthan has good accommodation facilities in budget, mid range and
top end luxurious categories. There are heritage hotels for those in search
of luxury in royal ambience. Almost all the cities of Rajasthan has numerous
accommodation facilities in the range of budget to luxury and heritage.