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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.

Best Time to Visit Rajasthan

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.

How to Reach Rajasthan

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.

Major Tourist Attractions in Rajasthan

  • Jaipur-It is the capital city of Rajasthan and is also popularly known as the ‘Pink City.’ it is the top tourist destination in India that houses the famous ancient palaces and forts such as Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, etc., man-made lakes, intricate temples, and vibrant markets.
  • Jodhpur-Explore the Sun City of Rajasthan with our all-inclusive Rajasthan tour package and behold the heritage Mewar culture in the form of an old-walled city, ancient forts, heritage palaces museums, and quaint blue-painted houses.
  • Jaisalmer-known as the Golden City, Jaisalmer is a famous city in Rajasthan situated in the heart of the Thar Desert. Besides being famous for its yellow sandstone structures and pristine lakes, the place offers several exciting activities to try such as Jeep Desert Safari & Camel Safari in Sam Sand Dunes, paragliding, overnight camping, and much more.
  • Pushkar-Being the only town in India that houses one and only Lord Brahma temple in the world and Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Pushkar is one of the revered pilgrimage sites for Hindus and Sikhs. During October and November, the town celebrates the most famous Pushkar Camel Fair, alluring travelers from all around.
  • Udaipur- Formerly the capital of Mewar Kingdom, Udaipur is the best all-year-long tourist destination in Rajasthan. Famous as the ‘City of Lakes, Udaipur is surrounded by eight lakes and lush green backdrops, making it the best honeymoon destination in India. Go for a romantic bosting at Lake Pichola, beautiful sunset at Fateh Sagar Lake, admire the heritage Monsoon Palace, Kumbhalgarh Fort, and much more.
  • Sawai Madhopur-- Founded by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh in 1763, Sawai Madhopur has become the top wildlife attraction in Rajasthan. Famous for its rich varieties of flora and fauna, the park is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in the heart of the Ranthambore National Park. Indulge in birdwatching, and get a closer look at wild animals, leopards, tigers, nilgai, wild boar, crocodile, and many more.
  • Ranthambore-Another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Rajasthan is the top-most thing to do for history and wildlife lovers. Ranthambore National Park houses the larger number of tigers in the world. Embark on a thrilling experience of Jeep Safari in the middle of a dense jungle and get a chance to click wild beasts playing and preying, Indian Elephants, reindeer, spotted deer, hyenas, 300 species of migratory birds, exotic aquatic life, and lakes and rich flora.
  • Mount Abu-Visit the only hilly station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu. Nestled in the lush Aravalli Hills, the place has become the most-visited tourist destination for its several popular religious sites such as Dilwara Jain Temple, Guru Shikar, and the shrines of the Jainism. Besides the place offers several adventurous activities and mesmerizing views of waterfalls, lakes, and ancient monuments.
  • Bikaner-One of the most loved places among foodies in Rajasthan is Bikaner. Along with the culturally rich aura and heritage forts and palaces, it serves the famous ‘Bikaneri Bhujia’ in authentic Rajasthani style. The city houses the royal 16th century Junagarh Fort, Karni Mata Temple, and hosts the popular Bikaner Camel Festival in January every year.
  • Aguada Fort, Terekhol Fort, Reis Magos Fort, & Cabo de Rama Fort- If you're a history buff, then these centuries-old historic spots are the perfect places for you to visit in North Goa and explore the serene ambiance and magnificent panoramic views.

Thrilling Activities to do in Rajasthan

  • Wildlife Safari in Ranthambore National Park-Spot the endangered species of wild animals, migratory birds, rare varieties of plants, and exotic aquatic fauna and coral reefs on a 4*4 Jeep Safari or Canter Safari.
  • Desert Safari & Camping in Jaisalmer-Explore the dunes of the Thar Desert on one of the exciting things in Rajasthan- Desert Safari. Get a memorable experience in Swiss camps offering every basic and needful amenities and indulge in an unspoiled star-gazing.
  • Hot Air Balloon Ride in Jaipur-It is the best thing to do on your romantic trip with your partner and enjoy the scenic panoramic views of the Pink City of Rajasthan in pleasant winters. Ziplining in Jodhpur
  • Parasailing in Jaisalmer-Soar high in the blue sky without wings over the Sam Sand Dunes in the Sam Village located around 40 km from Jaisalmer.
  • Trekking in Mount Abu-Trek the rugged terrains of lush rolling Aravalli Hills at Mount Abu- the only hill station in Rajasthan. Catch the enchanting sunset at Nakki Lake and Sunset Point, visit the famous Dilwara Jain Temples, and so on.
  • Trekking & Camping- It is one of the thrilling experiences amid nature to Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Todo Waterfalls, Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary, and more.
  • Try Local Dishes-What would a trip be worth if you don’t try the delicious Rajasthani cuisine and sweets such as Gatte ki Sabzi, fiery Laal Maans, and Mohan Maas with bajre ki roti, the Rajasthani traditional food- Dal Bhatti Churma, delicious Pyaz ki Kachori, savory Rajasthani Kadhi, tangy Ker Sangri pickle, pure-ghee made Dil Khushal and Ghewar for the sweet tooth, and much more.
  • Shop for Souvenirs-From traditional wear to handmade antique replicas, old-charm jewelry, spices, leather, and textile goods, many places in Rajasthan can satiate your shopping monger. Shop for traditional wear and jewelry, carpets, and other souvenir goods in Jaipur at Sireh Deori Market, Bapu Bazaar, Johari Bazaar, and others. For antiques and unique artifacts, visit Clock Tower Market, Nai Sarak, Mochi Bazaar, etc. In Jodhpur. Buy anything and everything in Udaipur at Bada Bazaar and Hathi Pol Bazaar, and Sadar Bazar in Jaisalmer.
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Best Holiday Packages for Rajasthan


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Frequently Asked Questions About Rajasthan Travel

Q.What is the best time to plan Rajasthan Tour Itinerary?
The summers are very humid and quite hot with temperatures up to 48 C, hence the winter season from October to February is considered to be the best time to book your Rajasthan and step into the culturally rich historic land of India, offering serene natural sights, housing rich flora and fauna, and many important and fun fests and festivals.
Q.Is Rajasthan worth visiting?
If you are a history buff, wildlife enthusiast, or nature lover, Rajasthan is the perfect place for you. Visit some of the famous tourist destinations in Rajasthan- Amber Palace, City Palace, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, and Kumbhalgarh Fort in Jaipur, Bhangarh Fort, Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace in Udaipur, Jaisalmer Fort, Pushkar, Lake, Ranthambore National Park, and much.
Q.How many days are sufficient for Rajasthan Trip?
To enjoy the most out of Rajasthan Holiday Packages, a minimum of 7 to 8 days is required. The trip can be customized as 3 days for Jaipur and Udaipur, 3 days for Jaisalmer, and 2 days for Bikaner. You will cover all major attractions and if lucky, would be able to attend the most colorful fests and festivals in Rajasthan.
Q.Is Rajasthan safe for traveling?
Yes, Rajasthan is extremely safe for traveling with family, friends, and solo as the place hosts hundreds of thousands of travelers every year from all around the world. Just make sure to keep your belongings safe and avoid strolling on unknown trails alone at night.
Q.What should i pack for my Rajasthan Trip?
Depending on which season you are going on the trip some basic things to pack for your Rajasthan City Tour are extra pair of clean socks, sports t-shirts for sweat, recyclable bottles and containers, sunscreen, goggles/hat, toiletries, torch, power banks, charging cord, and basic medical kit with antiseptics, cotton, bandage, and pain-relief spray. If traveling during monsoon and winter pack a raincoat, and light woolens.