Popular Rajasthan Horse Riding Tour Packages
|Day Out at Sunrise Water Park in Jaipur||1D||₹ 720||4.0 star|
|Incredible Rajasthan Tour on a Horse Back Safari||6D/5N||₹ 8500||4.0 star|
|Experience Tradition at Country Side Resort,Pushkar||2D/1N||₹ 5000||4.0 star|
|Horse Riding in Pushkar, Rajasthan||1H||₹ 550||4.0 star|
|Short Horse Ride in Udaipur||2H||₹ 1500||3.0 star|
Horse riding tours in Rajasthan are an ideal way of touring incredible Rajasthan. Equally popular as camel rides, the horse rides are found at most parts of state. Many tourists opt for sightseeing on a horseback to explore famous sights such as City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Sahelion ki Bari, Rana Pratap Memorial, Kumbhalgarh Fort and Lake Pichola. A horse ride into Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a memorable experience. One can spot an array of birds and animals, endangered species and virgin deciduous forest. Moving ahead of the sanctuary, one gets the option of staying over at Narlai village. The village has some lovely horse breeding farms and Marwari horses with perfect pedigree. Pushkar town bordering the Thar Desert is another great location for horse riding. Enjoy the beautiful countryside and ride to Pushkar Camel Fair on Marwari horses. Besides sightseeing, the other activities that can be included at Narlai are horse trekking, camel riding in the desert sand dunes, shopping and more.
The other places ideal for horse riding are Sunrise Water Park in Jaipur, Ranakpur, Ajmer among others. At Ranakpur, the horse riders can ride through the paths of the beautiful Aravalli mountains and lesser known streets to enjoy the magnificent views of the scenic village. The village is a home to beautiful lakes and Jain temples. At Udaipur city, the horse riding experience is pleasant and regal. The popular Ranakpur Jain temple can be explored by horse and many horse riding trails are available in and around Ranakpur. Tourists mainly choose Marwari horses, a descendant of Indian ponies and Arabian horses, over other horse breeds for riding as these horses are well-trained and known for its loyalty. The recommended time to indulge in horses riding is between the months of October to March when the weather is said to be moderate and pleasant.
Those of you who want to watch the livestock of Rajasthan, under one roof can visit the place during the annual Pushkar Camel Fair, a cultural fete considered to be one of the country’s top-rated travel spectacle. Watch thousands of horses, camels and cattle. The festival that kick starts with a camel race offers tourists a plenty of opportunities. The activities range from horse rides, camel rides, handicrafts shopping, traditional fairs to cultural performances and exhibitions. The vast track of deserts, isolated hills, sand dunes and stunning landscapes makes Rajasthan an ideal location for conducting horse riding tours in Rajasthan. There are many tour operators that organise horseback safaris and riding holidays.