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Choose from the Rajasthan travel packages offered by Thrillophilia, and avail a chance to experience some perfectly planned trips. These packages are for all kinds of travelers who wish to go on a Rajasthan trip. They can be customized as per your travel needs.

With Thrillophilia, you can avail not only an amazing itinerary, but also pre-booked accommodation, vehicle, delicious meals, knowledgeable local guide/driver, enjoyable sightseeing tours, and various fun outdoor activities. Not to forget, you will also receive 24/7 travel assistance on the go from the team of Thrillophilia with these packages.

No matter if you are planning to visit Rajasthan with your family, kids, friends, or partner, you can get the perfect Rajasthan tour packages for your every mood with Thrillophilia. On your trip to Rajasthan, you can visit top destinations of the state, such as Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Kumbhalgarh Fort in Udaipur, Ranthambore National Park in Sawai Madhopur, Lake Pichola in Udaipur, and many more.

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Popular Destinations to Visit on the Rajasthan Tour:

1. Udaipur

It is situated in Rajasthan's Aravalli Hills. It is known as the City of Lakes and captivates visitors with its charm. By Udaipur tour packages from Thrillophilia, you can take a tour to majestic palaces like City Palace, Lake Palace, Lake Pichola, and Jagdish Temple. Other must-visit attractions are the Jagdish Temple and Saheliyon Ki Bari which add to Udaipur's cultural and architectural splendor, ensuring a memorable visit.

2. Jaipur

Jaipur, the "Pink City" of Rajasthan, attracts visitors the world over with its colorful tapestry of history and vibrant culture. The iconic Hawa Mahal, majestic Amer Fort, and the City Palace showcase its grandeur. Dive into the royal heritage of this incredible destination with Thrillophilia’s Jaipur tour packages and explore its timeless beauty and rich traditions. You can always expect good deals and discounts when you book your Rajasthan holiday packages with Thrillophilia.

3. Jodhpur

It is famous as the "Blue City" of Rajasthan and mesmerizes you with its indigo-coloured charm against the backdrop of the Thar Desert. The Mehrangarh Fort is known for its architectural wonders like Umaid Bhawan Palace and Jaswant Thada. Immerse yourself in the magic of Jodhpur with our tailored Jodhpur tour packages for an authentic desert experience.

4. Jaisalmer

The Golden City, Jaisalmer completely attracts you with its sandstone architecture and the intrigue of the Thar Desert. On your trip to Rajasthan explore the iconic Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon Ki Haveli, and the Gadisar Lake. Embark on an unforgettable desert adventure with specially curated Jaisalmer tour packages from Thrillophilia, capturing the essence of this magical destination.

5. Ranthambore

Ranthambore is home to the famous Ranthambore National Park where you can enjoy a close encounter with the Bengal Tiger. The untamed wilderness of Ranthambore is the perfect destination for every nature and wildlife enthusiast for its lush landscapes and diverse flora and fauna. You can comfortably explore the natural wonders of this exotic land with specially curated Ranthambore tour packages of Thrillophilia. 

6. Mount Abu

Situated in the Aravalli Range, Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan, is a tranquil retreat with cool climes and lush landscapes. Its highlights include Nakki Lake, the ancient Dilwara Temples showcasing stunning marble craftsmanship, and Honeymoon Point offering panoramic sunset views. Choose from a range of personalized Mount Abu tour packages from Thrillophilia that promise a serene escape for those looking for a tranquil holiday in the hills of Rajasthan.

7. Pushkar

Pushkar, the sacred town of Rajasthan, unfolds its charm around the holy Pushkar Lake and Brahma Temple which is the world's only Brahma shrine. The vibrant Pushkar Fair, held annually, adds a cultural vibrancy to your Rajasthan packages with camel trading and festivities—Immerse in this spiritual haven with thoughtfully curated Pushkar tour packages by Thrillophilia that offer an enriching experience.

8. Bikaner

Bikaner is an exotic desert destination in Rajasthan that beautifully blends desert landscapes with cultural richness. Visitors are captivated by the majestic Junagarh Fort and its intricate architecture. The Karni Mata Temple, famous for its rat residents, and the vibrant bazaars showcasing local crafts are must-visit attractions in your Bikaner tour packages for a truly immersive experience.

Best Time for Rajasthan Trip:

Rajasthan offers some of the landscapes and vibrant cultural splendor making it an exciting year-round delight for visitors. Each season in Rajasthan unfolds a unique charm, providing ample opportunities for exploration for your Rajasthan tourism packages. You can explore the best time to visit Rajasthan according to your preference.

1. Peak Season: The peak season, from October to March, offers pleasant weather ideal for exploring historical marvels like Jaipur's palaces and Jodhpur's forts. This period is also perfect for a tour of the iconic Pushkar Fair which can be part of your Rajasthan travel packages.

2. Shoulder Season: The shoulder seasons of April to June and September boast a unique appeal for visitors. While the temperatures rise, the deserted beauty of Bikaner and the tranquillity of Mount Abu become more pronounced. Summer is also a time for vibrant festivals in Rajasthan such as the Gangaur and Mewar Festival in Udaipur, Mount Abu Summer Festival, and many more.

3. Waning Season: The monsoon, from July to September, transforms Rajasthan into a lush landscape, enhancing the beauty of Udaipur's lakes and the greenery around Ranthambore. With fewer crowds during this time, you can enjoy a more tranquil time in Rajasthan with your Rajasthan vacation packages.

How to Reach Rajasthan:

By Air: If you are an international traveler, you can easily land at Jaipur International Airport. Rajasthan has a total of six functional airports in cities like Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jaipur, and Kota Airport which altogether experience a heavy tourist inflow. These airports carry aircraft to and from various national and International destinations including Delhi, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Muscat, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai and many others. Air travel is surely the best and fastest way to reach Rajasthan.

By Rail: Rails or trains are the second most comfortable means of transport to reach a specific destination and when considering Rajasthan, one can easily find numerous trains running to and from its cities. Each city of Rajasthan has different train stations which connect people to the outer world through trains. Cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, and Bikaner receive daily express trains from different parts of the country, hence making this mode of travel very budget-friendly, convenient, and fast.

By Road: A road trip can be done in several ways, starting from taking a personal vehicle and opting for a bus service. Rajasthan is well connected to other states through a large combination of highways and local roads. The major connection is through National Highway 8, which connects destinations like Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur with cities like Delhi, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, and Mumbai. You can also choose to rent out a cab or taxi service, using which you can easily reach your desired destination on time.

Places to Visit on a Rajasthan Trip:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Rajasthan:

1. Amber Fort and Palace: The Amber Fort, also known as Amer Fort, is well known for its rich artwork and Hindu iconography sculptures. The Fort is built with red sandstone and marble and is known for its unique, natural air-cooling system.

2. Hawa Mahal, Jaipur: Hawa Mahal, also known as the "Palace of Winds," is a five-story palace renowned for its unique honeycomb-like architecture in the pink city. It features numerous small windows and intricate latticework called jharokhas through which royal women observed street processions while maintaining their privacy. The palace stands as a symbol of Jaipur's rich heritage and offers a glimpse into the royal lifestyle and architectural brilliance of Rajasthan.

3. Jal Mahal, Jaipur: The Jal Mahal meaning the “Water Palace” is one of the most spectacular architectural wonders, built in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. It is one of the most peaceful places to visit when you are in Rajasthan and an excellent example of Rajput royalty.

4. Jantar Mantar, Jaipur: The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that attracts visitors interested in astronomy and history. Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the 18th century, it is an astronomical observatory that is famous for its stone architecture and scientific significance. With Rajasthan holiday packages, you can see the large-scale instruments used for astronomical observations and the world’s largest stone sundial at Jantar Mantar.

5. Jaisalmer Fort: The Jaisalmer Fort is a stunning yellow sandstone structure that emits a golden hue under the strong desert light, which creates a magical effect for onlookers. It is one of the largest forts in the world and includes a Jain Temple and Laxminath Temple that have been constructed on the premises.

6. Pushkar Lake: The Pushkar Lake is a highlight when you are signing up for the Rajasthan packages. For Hindus, it is one of the holy pilgrimage sites, and it is claimed that the lake's waters have healing powers, attracting thousands of tourists each year.

7. Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur: One of the most important attractions in all Rajasthan tour packages, Mehrangarh Fort is an enormous fort built by Maharaja Jai Singh II. This fort was the center of local administration and defense during the 18th century.

8. Kumbhalgarh Fort, Udaipur: If you are a history enthusiast looking for attractions that portray the regal past of Rajsamand in Rajasthan tour packages, visit the Kumbhalgarh Fort. Built in the 15th century, the fort is a historical wonder that is surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains and a 36-kilometre-long perimeter wall. The fort features intricate carvings, seven fortified gateways, and a number of Jain and Hindu temples.

9. Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur: Ranthambore National Park is a wildlife sanctuary found in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan in India. Raptors such as Bengal tigers, Indian cheetahs, and red-headed vultures can all be seen here. The park also provides habitat for around 1,000 species of birds.

10. Chittorgarh Fort,: Chittorgarh Fort was built in 1278 AD by the Sisodia rulers of Mewar. Built on top of a 116-foot hill, Chittor fort has four distinct terraces which have ramparts and watch towers. Built-in a magnificent architectural style, Chittorgarh Fort is always found in the Rajasthan trip packages of architecture buffs.

11. Lake Pichola, Udaipur: Nestled on the edge of the blue-hued mountains and dotted with purple wildflowers, Pichola Lake is well-known for its enchantment. The water here is calm and peaceful as it reflects the mountain scenery all around. Boating in Lake Pichola is definitely one of the most romantic activities to include in your Rajasthan packages.

12. Patwon-ki-Haveli, Jaisalmer: Located in Jaisalmer, Patwon ki Haveli is one of the most beautiful places to include in your Rajasthan tourism packages. It was built by Maharawal Maan Singh to serve as his summer residence, and today it stands as one of the world's finest examples of traditional Indian architecture.

13. Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur: Nahargarh Fort is one of the most beautiful forts in Jaipur to add to your Rajasthan holiday packages to visit. Built by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the fort stands tall on a hill that has three building blocks on top of each other, giving it an architectural beauty and uniqueness.

14. City Palace, Jaipur: Visit the City Palace in Udaipur and witness the grandeur of Rajput and Mughal architecture with our Rajasthan trip packages. Built on the banks of Lake Pichola, the palace comprises vast courtyards, colourful mosaics, gorgeous paintings on the ceiling, and lush gardens. The palace complex houses the Mubarak Mahal which is presently a museum displaying the royal costumes and Maharani Palace.

Things to Do on a Rajasthan Tour:

Here are some of the best things to do in Rajasthan:

1. Desert Camping in Jaisalmer: Experience the bliss of camping right in the middle of a cold desert and spend a night marveling at the scenic night sky. When booking a Rajasthan tour package, make sure to camp in Jaisalmer, the home of the Thar Desert. Because Rajasthan is home to the royals, even camping will be a luxurious experience.

From private air-conditioned Swiss camps to room service and multi-cuisine restaurant facilities, everything will be offered. You will also be treated to regional dance performances and local foods in order to highlight Rajasthan's culture, so you must include this experience in your Rajasthan trip packages.

2. Desert Safari in Jaisalmer: Rajasthan packages include a memorable desert safari in Jaisalmer that lets you experience the magnificence of the Thar desert. You can partake in a thrilling jeep safari with a rugged 4x4 vehicle navigating the undulating sand dunes. Indulge in dune bashing and quad biking, adventure, learn about the local culture, and participate in traditional Rajasthani performances at the desert camps. As the sun sets, witness a breathtaking panorama of colours painting the sky, creating a magical ambiance.

The safari will take you to some of the most gorgeous locations, but if you go in the evening, you'll be treated to some of the most spectacular sunset views. Safaris may be easily found and booked at a number of desert sites, and the thrill and adrenaline rush that this activity provides is well worth the time and money.

3. Food tour in Jodhpur: Jodhpur is one of those cities of Rajasthan which are famed for the variety of street food they have. From mirchi bada to kadi kachori and from gulab jamun ki sabji to makhaniya lassi, this city is home to some of the most delicious snacks which can be enjoyed by availing Rajasthan packages. For the best local food experiences, you can visit the old city area or the famous Shastri Circle, where finding restaurants and food trucks is really easy.

4. Camel Safari in Jaisalmer: Embark on a thrilling camel safari and explore the deserts of Jaisalmer with a Rajasthan tour package. As you ride atop the gentle yet resilient camels, you can witness the stunning sand dunes of the desert and explore the local lifestyle of the state. You can opt for a morning or evening safari to capture the beauty of sunrise and sunset views from the desert. At the end of the safari, you can unwind at the desert camps and relish scrumptious Rajasthani delicacies under the starlit sky.

5. Shopping in Jaipur: If the local Rajasthan clothing and jewelry fascinates you then make sure that you take at least one day out of your Rajasthan holiday packages for shopping in Jaipur. While great bargaining power in this market will land you a superb deal, the prices themselves are really less as compared to big malls.

Places like Bapu Bazar, GT Mall, Johari Bazaar and many others are famous here for offering a wide variety of shops to enjoy a shopping spree. From wall hangings to famous blue pottery and from Rajasthani rugs to Jaipur razai, every item is available in these markets.

6. Hot Air Ballooning in Jaipur: Conquer the skies as you opt for a session of hot air ballooning in Jaipur. Hop on a safe and sound basket and reach the heights from where you can admire the serenity and beauty of this beautiful city. This activity will give you a chance to enjoy some of the most beautiful panoramic views of the Pink City.

Including this activity in your Rajasthan Tour Packages will add the much-required thrill and private time with your loved ones. The session is done in the Aravali Hills, hence the view is truly worth a picture.

7. Wildlife Safari in Ranthambore National Park: The Ranthambore National Park is for those who are interested in nature and wildlife, as it is home to countless varieties of plants, animals, and birds. People can enjoy the wonderful views of nature while also spotting creatures such as deer, Bengal tigers, black buck, spotted deers, Indian wolf, and others on safaris in compact 4*4 jeeps and passenger buses with open tops. Including this activity in your Rajasthan tour packages will let you explore various beautiful corners of the Ranthambore National Park.

8. Spot Wildlife at Sariska National Park Alwar: While many may consider the State of Rajasthan a barren land with just the sand dunes, this place is actually way more prosperous than that. Rajasthan is home to numerous green and thriving national parks like the Sariska National park which lets you catch a glimpse of various wild animals resting in their natural habitat. From birdwatching tours to spot colorful birds to safari sessions, you can avail of various wildlife spotting tours in Sariska National Park with your Rajasthan packages.

9. Visit the Bhangarh Fort: One of the scariest and most haunted places to visit in India, the Bhangarh Fort is known for creeping out people. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the fort of Bhangarh was once a prestigious home to the royals but came under the curse of some evil person. It is believed that the fort, in addition to its surrounding city, disappeared in a single night, leaving behind just the broken houses and pathways.

Since many people consider that they still hear the laughing and crying sounds of people, the place has become a haunted destination. Including a tour of this place in your Rajasthan tourism packages is truly worth it.

10. Ziplining in Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur: Swoosh along a 396-foot-long and 150-foot-high ziplining track and experience the thrill of flying like a fox. The best part about this activity is that people get to enjoy some of the best views of the Mehrangarh Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you are looking to add some fun activities to your Rajasthan holiday packages then a ziplining session is a must try.

11. Sunset Boating at Lake Pichola: Admire the mesmerising sunsets at Lake Pichola, a well-known freshwater lake in Udaipur surrounded by majestic palaces and the stunning Aravalli Hills. Enjoy a delightful sunset boating ride and marvel at picturesque views of the city with Rajasthan trip packages. As you float on the shimmering waters of the lake, you can witness the sun slowly setting below the horizon.

Historical Forts of Rajasthan:

1. Ranthambore Fort - The Ranthambore Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is located inside the Ranthambore National Park. Key attractions in the Fort are the Hammer Court, an ancient stepwell, and the 10th-century Ganesha Temple. The Fort also offers breathtaking views of the park's diverse wildlife, creating a unique blend of historical grandeur and natural beauty in this Rajasthan gem.

2. Taragarh Fort - Explore the timeless charm of Taragarh Fort in Bundi with your Rajasthan travel packages. This historical gem has amazing attractions such as the Rani Mahal's stunning murals, the Bhim Burj's imposing cannon, and the panoramic views from the Fort's ramparts. This 14th-century fortress, steeped in history, offers a captivating glimpse into Rajasthan's architectural and cultural heritage.

3. Gagron Fort - Gagron Fort in Jhalawar is a UNESCO World Heritage site and it is surrounded by the tranquil waters of the Ahu and Kali Sindh rivers. Must-see attractions of this imposing Fort are the stunning palaces, the Bara Mahal, and the ancient temples. This formidable fortress stands as a statement to Rajasthan's architectural splendour and strategic significance.

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4. Junagarh Fort - Junagarh Fort in Bikaner is famous for its opulent palaces and some of the most incredible artworks you can find here. It is also an architectural gem and it was not built on any hilltop which signifies that it was built mostly for luxury rather than defence. Key attractions here are the Anup Mahal's opulent interiors, Karan Mahal's royal chamber, and the intricately carved Phool Mahal. 

5. Neemrana Fort - Neemrana Fort is a 15th-century heritage marvel that beautifully blends history with modernity. Attractions that you must visit with your Rajasthan packages are the Hanging Gardens, the stepwell pool and a zip line adventure. The Fort's palatial rooms and ambiance make it a unique heritage hotel, providing a luxurious experience amid the cultural richness of India's past.

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How much does a Rajasthan trip cost?

The cost of a Rajasthan trip for 6-7 days will be between 7000 INR to 50,000 INR. Also, the cost depends on your choice of accommodation, meal preferences, activities, and travel preferences. From exploring the palaces and forts in Jaipur to visiting the lake city of Udaipur and the Thar desert in Jaisalmer, the Rajasthan group packages include all, so choose wisely. 

How many days are enough to explore Rajasthan?

A 7 day Rajasthan tour package is a good starting point to cover major attractions in cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. For a more immersive experience, especially if including wildlife safaris or a desert safari, extending the trip to 10-14 days is recommended. This allows travellers to soak in the rich cultural, historical, and natural treasures that Rajasthan has to offer.

How can I arrange my trip in Rajasthan?

Start your plan for a Rajasthan trip by determining the number of days and destinations you wish to include in your package. Alongside this, you will need to make a budget which will cover the accommodation of your choice, the cost of local transportation, meals, activities and sightseeing. For your stay you can opt for homestays, guesthouses, hotels or resorts depending on your budget. In places like Jaisalmer, you can opt for a stay in one of the Swiss tents when you go for your desert safari. You can also get your package customised which will include destinations and activities of your choice. 

Why is Rajasthan so famous?

Rajasthan is famous for its rich cultural heritage, historical significance and architectural marvels including majestic forts and palaces. It is also popular for its desert landscape and adventure activities like camel safaris and dune bashing in Thar desert. The state is also the home to several renowned wildlife sanctuaries and national parks where you can find different species of wildlife and birds. The vibrant folk music and dance, traditional handicrafts, appetising cuisine and colourful festivals like Pushkar Camel Fair and Desert Festival are other attributes of Rajasthan that captivate tourists.

How to plan a 7-day Rajasthan trip?

Day 1 - Arrival in Jaipur:

Morning: Explore Amber Fort

Afternoon: Visit City Palace and Jantar Mantar.

Evening: Stroll through the colourful markets of Johri Bazaar.

Day 2 - Jaipur:

Morning: Visit Hawa Mahal and Albert Hall Museum.

Afternoon: Explore the local markets and try Rajasthani cuisine.

Evening: Witness the sunset at Nahargarh Fort.

Day 3 - Jaipur to Jodhpur

Morning: Travel to Jodhpur

Afternoon: Visit Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada.

Evening: Explore the bustling markets near Clock Tower.

Day 4 - Jodhpur:

Morning: Discover Umaid Bhawan Palace.

Afternoon: Explore Mandore Gardens and the vibrant streets.

Evening: Enjoy a traditional Rajasthani dinner.

Day 5 - Jodhpur to Udaipur

Morning: Travel to Udaipur (about 4 hours).

Afternoon: Visit City Palace and Lake Pichola.

Evening: Enjoy a boat ride on Lake Pichola.

Day 6 - Udaipur

Morning: Explore Jagdish Temple and Saheliyon ki Bari.

Afternoon: Visit Sajjangarh Palace for panoramic views.

Evening: Attend a cultural show or dine by the lakeside.

Day 7 - Departure from Udaipur

Morning: Visit Fateh Sagar Lake or the Vintage Car Museum.

Afternoon: Explore the local markets for souvenirs.

Evening: Depart from Udaipur, concluding your memorable Rajasthan trip.

Which kind of Rajasthan tour package is best?

Choosing the best Rajasthan tour package depends on individual preferences and interests. For cultural enthusiasts, a heritage tour covering Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur may be ideal. Wildlife enthusiasts might prefer packages including Ranthambore National Park. Those seeking a mix of history and spirituality may opt for tours that include Ajmer or Pushkar. If desert safaris are what you want then include packages with Jaisalmer. Luxury travellers can explore bespoke packages offering stays in heritage hotels. Ultimately, the best package depends on personal interests, travel style, what you wish to experience in Rajasthan.

How many types of languages are spoken in Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is a linguistically diverse state in India where people speak 19 different languages. The official language of Rajasthan is Hindi while the regional language of is Rajasthani which has various dialects like Marwari, Mewari, Dhundhari, Mewati and Harauti. Other languages like Gujarati, Sindhi, Punjabi, and Urdu also have a significant presence due to historical and cultural influences.

What clothes to wear when you are on the Rajasthan tour?

When packing for a trip to Rajasthan, keep in mind the desert climate. Pack loose, breathable clothing made of breathable fabrics such as cotton or linen, to beat the heat. Modesty is appreciated, so pack long skirts or pants for women and long trousers for men. A wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and bug repellant are essential. Comfortable closed-toe shoes are practical for exploring historical sites. For cooler evenings, take a light jacket or shawl. You can also add a touch of cultural immersion by dressing in traditional Rajasthani clothes.

Which are the best places for a camel safari in Rajasthan?

1. Pushkar: Pushkar has been around for over 5000 years and the thousand-year-old Man Mandir Temple at the place is still the most popular attraction to date. Pushkar fairs have been held since the 18th century and it is one of the biggest festivals in India where farmers from across Rajasthan come together, sell their agricultural products during festival days and bring their camels so that the tourists can enjoy camel rides through the vast and beautiful deserts. Pushkar is a good spot for camel safaris which are included in Rajasthan tour packages.

2. Jodhpur:
Taking a camel safari in Jodhpur at night is one of the perfect experiences to add to your Rajasthan travel packages. You can soak in the serenity of one of India’s most beautiful landscapes as you take a ride on a camel through this vast, sandy expanse.

3. Jaisalmer: Camel safari in Jaisalmer is one of the best activities to include in your Rajasthan tour packages. Jaisalmer is known for its white sand dunes, which makes the safari experience unique. During your safari, you can observe many species of animals while touring the desert-like Bharil, Thar Desert Fox, Bats and so on. You can also find beautiful birds here like the Great Indian Bustard, Larissa Strigillata, Indian Sparrow Hawk, and Grey Francolin.

4. Bikaner:
Include Bikaner in your Rajasthan holiday packages and visit this city around the beginning of January, as this is when the annual camel fair takes place. Here, you can see people dressed in colourful traditional attires and the popular camel races. December and January are good months to visit Bikaner for safari tours, as it can get very hot during other times of the year.

What are the famous adventure activities to do on the Rajasthan tour?

1. Dune bashing: Dune bashing is an adventurous activity during which you have to ride over the soft dunes of the desert at different speeds. It is an unforgettable experience that lets you embrace the raw beauty and adventure of the desert. Rajasthan tour packages provide dune bashing in a powerful 4X4 vehicle like a Fortuner or Toyota Land Cruiser at the Thar Desert in Jaisalmer. Hold on tight and feel the thrill as your driver manoeuvres the jeep through the rugged terrain at high speed. 

2. Zip LiningIf you are looking for a spine-chilling adventure activity in your Rajasthan holiday packages, go zip lining. Also known as Flying Fox, ziplining at Rajasthan is available in Mehrangarh Fort, Neemrana Fort and Kumbhalgarh Fort where there are several zip lines of different lengths. As you glide along the zip line, you can witness scenic landscapes, stunning valleys and sparkling lakes of these majestic forts. The activity also includes a training session and two instructors who will guide you throughout the zip tour.

3. Jeep Safari: Jeep safari in Rajasthan packages let you explore the vibrant landscapes, diverse flora and fauna and cultural heritage of the state. For a wildlife safari, board a 4x4 Jeep and venture into Sariska and Ranthambore National Parks where you can spot animals like tigers, hyenas, nilgai, bears and leopards. You can also go on a village jeep safari in which you will get to visit remote villages and learn about their ethnic life and traditional customs. The packages also offer night safari and desert safari along with camel rides and dune bashing.

What is the famous food of Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is renowned for its rich and flavoursome cuisine that reflects the grandeur of Rajputana culture. Rajasthani cuisine is known for its generous use of spices and appetising aroma of seasonings that take you on a wonderful gastronomical experience. Dal Baati Churma, a combination of lentil curry, baked wheat bread balls and a sweet wheat dessert, is the traditional food of the state. Other popular dishes include Gatte ki Sabzi, Laal Maas, Pyaz ki Kachori, Kadhi, Mohanthal and Ker Sangri.

Which are the best places to stay in Rajasthan?

Rajasthan has retained its royalty through its many luxurious palaces and forts that have been converted into luxury accommodations. Here are some of the best options:

1. The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur: The Oberoi Udaivilas is one of the best hotels in the world, with its incredible architecture, suites with their own private pools, bougainvillaea gardens and plush lawns. The entire hotel overlooks the stunning lakes of Udaipur that you can enjoy from your luxury rooms.

2. Narendra Bhawan Bikaner: Narendra Bhawan is a converted palace that is now one of the most exclusive resorts in all of Rajasthan. There are several exquisite rooms, along with swimming pools, in-house restaurants, spas, massage centres, and many more, which makes this a haven for peace and relaxation. It is indeed a good option to stay while on a Rajasthan tour.

3. Hotel Fairmont Jaipur: Hotel Fairmont is a majestic structure with an even more majestic interior, with rooms that overlook the beautifully rugged landscape that surrounds Jaipur. The hotel boasts of several exclusive spas and pools, along with many restaurants and other premium services.

4. Taj Aravali Resort & Spa, Udaipur: Another much sought-after property in Udaipur is the Taj Aravalli, with its open-air dining spaces, dreamy interiors and rooms that offer a stunning view of Udaipur. The resort is located in the laps of the Aravalli Hills, surrounded with dense vegetation, which makes it a natural wonderland, it is indeed a luxury option to stay while on Rajasthan travel packages.

Which are the best romantic places to visit on a Rajasthan tour?

Here is a list of some of the most romantic places you explore as part of your Rajasthan tour packages:

1. Udaipur:
One of the best places included in Rajasthan packages, Udaipur, with its many lakes and palaces, makes for the perfect honeymoon destination for couples. You can walk through the many forts that have a rich history, or simply watch the lights of the city reflected in the lakes as you enjoy a meal in an open-air restaurant

2. Jaisalmer:
Jaisalmer is one of the most iconic places in Rajasthan, where you can ride camels, camp in the desert, go shopping, explore the forts, and have as many authentic Rajasthani experiences as you possibly can with your significant other, and this should be a part of your Rajasthan tour packages that spells magic

3. Mount Abu: Mount Abu is a natural paradise, with its mountains and hills and stretches of greenery where you can lounge, trek or hike. It is also home to several quaint resorts that offer romantic services such as candlelight dinners and couples’ activities.

4. Jodhpur: The natural rusticity of Jodhpur makes it the perfect recluse for couples who want to spend some time with each other amid nature. Jodhpur also has many luxury resorts and heritage monuments, which makes for a colorful stay. Make sure you have enough time in the itinerary of your Rajasthan holiday packages to include this.

What are the best places to visit in Rajasthan with family?

Here is a list of some of the most cherishable places to visit with your family in your Rajasthan tourism packages:

1. Ranthambore National Park: Almost all comprehensive Rajasthan tour package for families include a trip to the Ranthambore National Park. This National Park has one of India’s largest tiger populations, along with other exotic animals like deer, peacocks, lions, etc.

2. Amber Palace: Amber Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an architectural gem that brings together the styles of Rajputs and Mughals. The palace is located on the top of the hill overlooking the Maota Lake and is surrounded by lush green gardens. To engage kids and teach them about the historical past of Rajasthan, Amber Palace hosts a light show every evening.

3. Hawa Mahal: Witness the architectural brilliance of Hawa Mahal and its unique pyramidal structure similar to the crown of Krishna with Rajasthan tour package . Thanks to the windows and jharokhas, the palace enjoys amazing ventilation and hence is named Hawa Mahal which means ‘Palace of the Winds’. Younger ones of the family are sure to have fun looking out of the windows and walking up the ramps to different floors of the Mahal.

4. Mehrangarh Fort: History buffs looking for attractions in Rajasthan travel packages that reveal the grandeur of Rajput architecture must visit Mehrangarh Fort. It is a 15th century fortress in Jodhpur that features seven huge gates, intricately carved panels, expansive courtyards, and ornate palaces. The fort also has a ziplining activity to engage kids as well as adults in the family.

What to buy in Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is a paradise for those looking for souvenirs. Some of the most special things you buy from here include:

1) Authentic gemstones and jewellery from Jaipur: Your Rajasthan Package must include a visit to the famous Johari Bazaar in Jaipur, known to be a paradise for jewellery lovers. In this bazaar, you will not only find gold and silver jewellery but will also feel ecstatic finding hand-cut precious and semi-precious stones and gems such as Ruby, Garnets, Emerald, Amethyst, Topaz, etc. Try out some local variants such as kundans, carved trinkets or Meena work in necklaces, headgears, cuffs, anklets etc.

2) Special Lehariya sarees: Saree lovers will surely like to add a Rajasthani Leheriya saree to their collection. The design pattern on these sarees has been inspired by the vast stretch of the desert landscape of Rajasthan. You can get the Lehariya saree in two patterns - either as Mothra showcasing a crisscross look or as  Samudra leheriya resembling broad stripes. Choose from different fabric options such as Pure Silk, Cotton, Chiffon, Georgette etc.

3) Colourful Bandhani dupattas: Another item popular with the ladies of Rajasthan is a Bandhani dupatta. Bandhani, also known as tie and dye textile, is a type of work where designs are made of pieces of cloth by plucking cloth with fingernails to create tiny bindings that form a figurative design and then dipping them in the dye. The colourful dupattas of Rajasthan are sure to make you crave to purchase a few for yourself and a few as souvenirs for others.

4) Meenakari work items: Jaipur is the main hub of Meenakari work and you must look out for items with this work during your Rajasthan Tour. Meenakari work is an art of painting or embellishing various types of metals with vibrant colours and motifs of flowers, birds and leaves. It is made of coloured glass powders and can appear opaque, transparent or translucent. You can come across endless items with meenakari work such as jewellery, bells, key chains, trays, boxes etc.

5) Embroidered bed sheets: You must take back with you some embroidered bedsheets from Jaipur. These Bedsheets are those which are artistically hand-woven in vibrant colour and stylish designs. Upgrade the décor of your bedroom by decorating them in Rajasthani style using these bedsheets.

6) Jaipuri handcrafted handbags: The beautiful multi-coloured Jaipuri handcrafted handbags will surely catch your eye during your Rajasthan tour and tempt you to purchase one or two to add to your collection. These bags are well known for their aesthetic look, lightweight and fine finish. You can buy them in various shapes, sizes and hues, each having a distinct design portraying the Rajasthani lifestyle.

7) The famous Blue pottery: One of the famous things to purchase in Rajasthan is the blue pottery, available throughout the state. Purchase a few of them to liven the beauty of your home. The reason for the beauty of these potteries lies in the material used in crafting them. Unlike normal pots which are made of clay, these items are made with Multani mitti, sodium sulphate, quartz and raw glaze.

8) Mojiris: Mojiris are Rajasthani footwear which is also known as Jodhpuri Juttis. You will be delighted to own one of these colourful footwear with patterns in them adding a tinge of royalty. Made of pure leather, the Mojiris are available in different shapes such as Chota panja, gol-panja or Salem shahi.

9) Rajasthani snacks and desserts.: Your Rajasthan Tour will remain incomplete if you do not taste some of the famous desserts and snacks. Rajasthani snacks are mostly fried and fiery items such as Mirchi vada, pyaaz kachori, Kanji vada, Kalmi Vada etc. Rajasthani bhujia and mathri are also famous and must be tried once. Rajasthani desserts include sweets made of pure ghee, milk and sugar. A famous sweet of the state is Ghewar. 

Which are the famous National Parks in Rajasthan?

1. Ranthambore National Park: Spanning over 1,300 square kilometres, Ranthambore National Park, is a renowned wildlife sanctuary that is best known for its tiger population. The park offers a unique opportunity to witness majestic Bengal tigers in their natural habitat. It is also the home to various other wildlife species, including leopards, sloth bears, hyenas, chithal, and 320 bird species. Rajasthan travel packages organise jeep and canter safaris which let you explore the park's rugged terrains and witness its incredible biodiversity. 

2. Keoladeo National Park: 
Keoladeo National Park, formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, is an avifauna sanctuary and a bird watching haven. Locally known as Ghana, the park is a mosaic of marshes, woodlands, dry grasslands and wetlands which provide habitats for diverse flora and fauna. Keoladeo is home to over 370 species of migratory and resident birds including the rare Siberian cranes and various species of reptiles, amphibians and fishes. You can walk, hire a cycle or go on a rickshaw ride to explore Keoladeo Park with Rajasthan tour packages.

3. Sariska Tiger Reserve: Nestled amidst the Aravalli Hills, Sariska Tiger Reserve is a wildlife sanctuary and tiger reserve covering grasslands, cliffs, mountains and dry deciduous forests. It is home to the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers, leopards, sambar deer, chithal, and numerous bird species like harbour quails and sand grouse. Visit the Neelkanth and Hanuman temples within the sanctuary, enjoy thrilling jeep safaris and nature walks, explore the diverse landscapes and spot wildlife in their natural habitat at Sariska Tiger Reserve with Rajasthan packages.

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