Planning to visit the Desert State of India this season? Then, choose from our extensive range of Rajasthan Holiday Packages with saving deals and offers. Whether you’re looking for a family vacation, friends get-together, honeymoon trip, or solo backpacking, we’ve made a customized Rajasthan Itinerary Package for every kind of traveler keeping all your comfort needs in mind.
Explore the amazing places of Western India with our affordable Rajasthan Tour Packages and explore the ancient ruins of Amber Palace, Jantar Mantar, Mehrangarh Fort & Museum, Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur Village, Ranthambore National Park, the only Lord Brahma Temple in Pushkar, Dilwara Jain Temples complex in Mount Abu, and much more.
Besides being an important Indian historic state, this is the land of colorful and beautiful festivals and fests organized every year with great fervor mainly during the winter season, making it the best time to plan your vacation. So, pack your bags and get ready to step into the royal heritage of India.
Rajasthan in Summer- The summertime from April to June is quite harsh with the searing temperature rising to 50 C some days, making it difficult for sightseeing and doing any thrilling activity in Rajasthan. If you wish to visit the single hill region, then this is the right time as the place celebrates the annual grand Summer Festival in May.
Rajasthan in Monsoon-The weather remains pleasant with the occasional rains and chill temperatures between 21C to 35C from July to September. It is an ideal time for sightseeing and trying adventure activities in Rajasthan. It is this time of the year that the famous Karni Mata Fair is held in September.
Rajasthan in Winter-The winter season from November to February is the perfect time to visit Rajasthan, the Desert State of India. Besides the rich historic culture and ancient ruins, Rajasthan celebrates several famous festivals during the winters such as Udaipur Mewar Festival, Teej, Jaipur Gangaur Festival, and Bikaner Camel Festival, Winter Festival in Mount Abu, and much more.
By Air- Jaipur International Airport is the major airport in Rajasthan, operating several domestic and international airlines including Oman Air, Jet Airways, Thai Air Asia, Indigo, Air India, and Spice Jet, connecting many major destinations such as Delhi, Agra, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Pune, and some middle eastern countries like Singapore, Bangkok, and so on. The other domestic airports are Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Kota, and Udaipur.
By Train-The railhead is connected to many big cities through major railway stations in Rajasthan like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kota, Ajmer, and Udaipur. Four out of seven luxurious trains in India are facilitated- Palace on Wheels, Maharajas’ Express, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, and The Indian Maharaja Deccan Odyssey.
By Road-Rajasthan is well-connected via road with several national highways, among which National Highway 8 is the most traveled as it is connected o major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Udaipur, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, and a few other major towns and cities. You can easily catch RSRTC buses from the main cities.