Rajasthan the royal state of India is ideal for a holiday in India. The regal land of Rajasthan has a rich cultural heritage. Rajasthan has carved a niche for itself amongst other Indian tourism destinations. Amongst the must checkouts in Rajasthan are its forts and palaces, heritage hotels, wildlife, Palace on Wheels, fairs and festivals and traditional dal, bhatti and churma cuisine.
RAJASTHAN TOURS PACKAGES
Visit royal Rajasthan, see magnificent forts and palatial homes that rise out of desert contours and listen to bards recounting romantic legends and tales of war in tune with desert music with Rajasthan tour packages.
HERITAGE HOTELS OF RAJASTHAN
Many of the forts, palaces and mansions owned by the rulers of Rajasthan in the yesteryears have been converted into heritage hotels. These heritage hotels dot Rajasthan. Each with a rich past and awe-inspiring architecture offers the most luxurious stay possible in Rajasthan. Amongst the best of the heritage hotels in Rajasthan are Taj Lake Palace Hotel in Udaipur, Hotel Devigarh Fort and Palace again in Udaipur, Neemrana Fort and Palace, Khimsar Fort, Rambagh Palace, Bhanwar Niwas Palace and Hotel Laxmi Vilas Palace.
WILDLIFE IN RAJASTHAN
For the nature and wildlife lovers Rajasthan is the place to be. Tigers, birds and other species of animals make it popular with many photographers too. Special wildlife and photography tours are available for the wildlife destinations in Rajasthan namely Bharatour for Koladeo Ghana national park, Sariska for its tiger reserve and Ranthambore for its national park.
The picture perfect way to tour the royal state of Rajasthan is aboard the palace on Wheels. The Palace in Wheels is amongst the most luxurious trains of the World. The luxury train takes you across the best of tourism destinations in Rajasthan and Agra - a week in wonderland including places like Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Chittaurgarh.
FESTIVALS OF RAJASTHAN
The rich culture and customs of Rajasthan has resulted in several colourful fairs and festivals. Amongst the most famous fairs and festivals of Rajasthan are Pushkar Fair celebrated in Pushkar, Camel Festival of Bikaner, Nagaur Fair of Nagaur, Desert Festival of Jaisalmer and Elephant Festival of Jaipur. The folk dances, music and colours of joyous celebrations make them a must check out.
Soaked in hues of pastel fuchsia and rose blush, Jaipur the capital of royal Rajasthan lures you to come and explore its sculpted colonnaded hallways, imposing battlements, intricately carved havelis and other enchanting tourist attractions.
Aristocratic Jodhpur welcomes you into a world of medieval grandeur that enchants you with its architectural marvels. Be fascinated with the soft blue mist that envelops Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. In fact Jodhpur is popularly known as the blue city of Rajasthan, North India.
Maharana Udai Singh laid the foundations of Udaipur the 'city of lakes' in the year 1567 A.D. after a holy hermit advised him to set up his capital in the region. Sail past the corridors of Udaipur history and see glorious palaces and temples that were built by the mighty Sisodia descendants.
Spectacular Jaisalmer entices you with its intimidating desert sands, awe-inspiring forts, impressive havelis, adorable camels and an inherent aura of romance intermingled with a historic charm.